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CBS 2 News AM News Update 11-02-20

CBS2 News Chicago

01:04 min | 3 months ago

CBS 2 News AM News Update 11-02-20

"I'm andrea and hear the stories making news at this hour. Early voting continues today ahead of election. Day tomorrow in chicago polls open this morning at eight thirty and close at seven pm. If you're not sure where to go. There's a search engine on the board of elections website. If you aren't registered to vote you can do so at any voting site today and tomorrow. It's been a tough seven day stretch. The chicago bears yesterday. They had a shot to get back into first place instead back to back losses for the first time this season in overtime against the new orleans saints will lose hit a game winning thirty five yard field goal to hold off a bears. Comeback bears lose twenty six twenty three in not and there are calls for peace amid renewed pushed abolish campus police at northwestern chaos started saturday night when a group of demonstrators including northwestern students gathered for a protest. At one point. things did turn violent. One person was arrested. An officer was injured. Your forecast sunny and breezy a high of fifty degrees from the cbs to newsroom. I'm adriana vegas.

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Is It Real?

Highly Questionable

20:32 min | 1 year ago

Is It Real?

"Yeah I Kinda WanNa think about what Dan's doing right now but with George Sodano here this show is back to being two-thirds Cuban George what are you like show oh give me some Aaron Rodgers he's a bad welcome to highly questionable I'm busy Gutierrez business interests that he and a lot of people including the NBA and other fortune five hundred companies have decided to take it's hypocritical as Lebron James has sounded when he those things also don't necessarily translate to you not loving your country and believing in freedom those things aren't mutually exclusive but clearly he drew a delineation here there is feud with Daryl Daryl Morey but I believe he wasn't educated on on the situation at hand and and he spoke and so many people could have been harmed not only financially but physically emotionally spiritually so just be careful what we tweet and we say speaks on social issues here in the states at will not allow Daryl Morey to do so because it affects him it's unfortunate he look this way it's unfortunate he doesn't want to speak about the actual those waiting for comments from players who played in China because at the time when they did play they weren't allowed to discuss anything with the media regarding Darryl Maurice Tweet that started this whole stirrup with China here's the conundrum that I think you're talking about is it's not just the financial one I think with Lebron he talked about not only financial harm but potential physical harm China's and play brought more attention to a subject that seem to matter a lot to him it's just largely disappointing that this is the way Lebron James came about this the short answer is yes we should have expected more but occur so to inform himself on it despite being on the ground in China being able to get more information on this subject and sound better when he does talk about it he comes in sound our rules and that's why a lot of the companies and individuals here who do business with them are treating this situation and treading very lightly and delicately ultimately when you look say and we always thought we all talk about this freedom of speech yes we all do have freedom of speech but at times there are revocations for the negative that can happen and he said Darryl Maurice comments could have waited a week his tweet could have waited a week when frankly that's just wrong it's not only selfish but it's wrong because when Daryl Morey tweeted this he could not have but here was Lebron's first public comments on the matter when we all sit back learn from this situation to happen understand that what you could tweet or could that I did not like and the Bron James a bigger spokesman for the NBA Than Daryl Morey is he's a bigger spokesman for sports than Adam silver is and for him to come out sounding this way sounding the situation with China and Lebron he could've fear for him and his teammates safety there they could have been detained there have been a lot of different things that can happen there because they don't play by rules when you're not thinking about others only on your only thinking about yourself so I don't believe I don't WanNa get into a word a word or sentence the NBA side of this is divided when we know China is unified in its subject it's extremely disappointing he offered up some comments afterwards via twitter to clear this up what we do even though yes we do have free speech but there can be a lot of negative because that's a now I understand the conundrum that Lebron James is in with one tweet Daryl Morey I a lot of us to have to inform ourselves about a subject going on that frankly is difficult to grasp when you live in a country as free as ours but despite having all this time several days a week like the one who's misinformed and the one whose failing people he's starting a war of words with more on what he should have said what he actually said was look this affected me and my teammates in a way official at all the lions get host by direct short answer to go your way George yes absolutely I mean if you wanted to matter at hand but it makes them look well there is some good news for Lebron today but ZAPPA TAC toe right because that wasn't contracts about the illegal hands to the face and things that's continued packers drive late night game that's fine you could say hey maybe it looked like he had his hand to the face and maybe that referee didn't do his job that well there's other areas just not knowing the rules like the lions getting called for having twelve men defensively on the field and the packers never getting called for that calling a time out despite not being allowed to do that they absolutely got hoes in this game Aaron Rodgers was great but the officiating has been terrible in this league in so many voices have been out there saying just that these the packers actually once had thirteen men on the field and we're not flagged in that particular situation but I'm not absolving the lions here when you get a defensive effort like that they had them they could've put them away they didn't decide to do that did they get hosed by the sure but you you had the chance to put them away you had the chance to finish them and that's fine games every year where you could say oh we could have won that and we're GONNA blame the rest but this is just part of the greater conversation about the referees this year whether it be because some of our better officials are going to the Rogers and the first half if you're Matt Stafford in that offense you got to capitalize on that because you know you're not gonNA keep him down the whole game so ultimately you can't absorb the lines at all here in this situation you just heard of yesterday and of course it's Aaron Rodgers I feel like Aaron Rodgers challenges themselves the deeper it goes into the wide receiver depth chart and when he gets on whether it be not calling pass interference or whether it be refusing to overturn pass interference calls there are plenty of numbers tell you the officiating as a problem right now and they don't really have a two or three years to adjust and the average time now for referees from college to pro is only six years so there's GonNa be a learning curve here I think that that plays a role in it ATV side or whether it be because the game is so complicated these days that their job is almost impossible it seems like they're just doing bad jobs whether it be not knowing the rules at the a superhero but it was Aaron Rodgers making him do that Aaron Rodgers is making throws in this game and look he does this all the time it's prototypical Aaron Rodgers especially when he's coming from behind solution for it other than complaining like this you're John Perry are rules expert was on Golic and Wingo today he talked about he was in college for eighteen years before he became an NFL referee and it took him guys like Allen Lazard he's just saying I'm going to make amazing passes that passed that he threw the thirty five yard touchdown was an absolute dime and Lazar just finished the game looking game stretch last year before the shoulder injury where I thought he was playing at an MVP caliber type level or similar to what he was playing a couple years ago but really that's it that's just a blip on the Allen's ratings and it starts one oh six point six he's throwing the ball at sixty five point six completion rate Cam Newton has done that once in his career the panthers are averaging thirty uh-huh who was the biggest start for the packers Aaron Rogers Allen Lazard that can't be a serious question Allen Lazard as a player Elsa the eagles coach went on his weekly radio show on ninety four point one wip and sounded baldy sounded confident going into his game in Dallas this week here's what he said that really no one else in the league can make as great as Russell Wilson has been this year and he's probably the MVP and as much resumes. Tom Brady has when Aaron Rodgers is on his game. DP level and by the way that season had a QB rating of ninety nine point six I don't know if he's ever going to get back to that level but until you have evidence that he will and can in those onerous it's a great group of guys I'm privileged to be a part of them understand my role I'm though go back to come no don't it sounds like a really difficult question right you've got Cam Newton coming back healthy and of course you would want to replace Kyle and with him but let's just give you some numbers exactly what you want to hear from a coach who just lost Minnesota three and three the divisions right in front of them but then he backed off of that the question just like that wow coming up next on my cell stevie show he's smooth man I kinda think without the defense offensively he looks sorry this team on his own why not stick with a guy that has not lost you a game has not even thrown a single interception to your point is he really since the MVP season he had about seven or eight the Dallas and our guys are going to be ready to play and we're going to win that football game and when we were in first place in the NFC as we control our own destiny right where we need to be yeah look at your division if you WanNa talk smack to the Dallas Cowboys now's the time you're the Philadelphia Eagles you're the lovely underdogs that came all the way through with Nick foles in one or super at the nineteen ninety nine Miami Dolphins let's talk about the whole roster is is Doug Pederson tally of the I know the sky's falling outside yeah I it's it's falling and I get that and the fans are are are religious bit but but you know we we're going down he's seven years old physically he was way more limited at that stage of his career much like cam is at this stage of his career dealing with all those injuries they aren't a backup quarterback Damon Huard when four and one a a little craftier version of Mike Miller who didn't play defense like Klay Thompson your favorite Bobby Russia one point three points a game with him started with cameras about twenty and a half and Cam Owen eight in his last eight starts I don't know if he's ever going to get back to his never said that I never said guarantee win I'd never do that come on like what's the fear here again said that good group of People Mesa great team talk about this group wing tonight as keep off incredibly I with grave keitel yeah exactly he's the most bold coach we've seen in a long long time he goes for it on fourth down as much as anyone if not more than anyone so I am a little disappointed that he backed off man radar as far as his career's been since that MVP and I've seen this before not apples to apples but I remember in one thousand nine hundred nine man Dolphins Fan Dan Marino goes down and I'm like we saw late night game last night there's nobody better at the position pretty hard though Erin Roy years but you see the interview after the game I like it various hundreds of incredible gains available on demand I'm pretty sure a new house might be haunted what makes you say that the furniture is levitating will you talk smack talk magneto it's okay technically though you didn't say we guarantee a win so it's a bit of a semantics game I get it but yes marlins oh a little bit of a reputation I see oh there's more money on the ghost welcome home yeah that's that's bookie what's released scaring missing out on Geico for help with homeowners and renters insurance series we're just getting these wonderful national has had a great story about to make their first world series in franchise history we WanNa talk about it right now let's just go geico makes it easy to sink them bunch great you're not sticking around the party's just getting started like a Klay Thompson right it doesn't seem like anything really bothers him he can get his shot off clean anywhere on the floor there's a there's a smoothness of rhythm to his game I really liked it yeah he's six six he's kind of like Auden Marino they lost the next three really hurt their playoff positioning so if you're the panthers just be careful with history it's not necessarily on your side no chance in heck you knew that much buzz worthy he's gotta be your favorite rookie this year he's buzz worthy now because he went for twenty points in the first half last night against the hawks here's some of that he these guys off the rails but you know who is on the rails ray again I said Attivo soon a mess ups you didn't use it when he was actually a heart attack depth perception not history the you know what the females well they'll essent today thank you Lebron you're talking about those rogers had bigger controversy just WANNA just GonNa get swift mood man I kind of think without the defense offensively he looks like Klay Thompson right it doesn't seem like anything really bothers him he can get his shot off clean anywhere on the floor there's a a smoothness the question which was better defensive play how there's not much nfl college football to discuss so let's go to California look at some high school football footage L. here right why why why do we have to celebrate this is teams up seven to nothing do we say that I saw this I mean listen he's going the wrong way right and somebody's gotTa Stop I would yell but clearly he can't hear you and dropped the ball that has to come up with that every single about that here's one soda I mean his teams up seven nothing now in the half court like he really doesn't hit the rim he's incredible shooting the ball right now this preseason boiling but that Javale McGee I turn around and run for a touchdown wouldn't you look at the guy at the bottom of the screen on the sidelines that part is hilarious and then this other guy very upset throwing his hands in the air that DV hearing you know that happens in basketball too really away is it too I thought it was jailed McGee uh-huh income on what's he doing is missing we need ten Moskva Doll Style and then you've got a wide 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What Are the Odds?

StarTalk Radio

50:16 min | Last month

What Are the Odds?

"Welcome to star. Talk your place in the universe. Where science and pop culture collide. Dr talk begins right now. This is starting sports edition. I'm your host. Neil degrasse tyson your personal astrophysicist and today sports edition we've titled what are the odds and if you're going to start a program with a question somewhere in there there's going to be a so we'll get to that in just a moment but first let me introduce my co host. Chuck nice jackie baby. Hey neil what's happening right now you pay rent towing but so why do we have you on this Absolutely if i were getting if i were good enough to pay my rent telling jokes i wouldn't be here all right so so chuck now. We love you because you bring some levity where sometimes needed But also you're you're a sports enthusiast on a level that i think is uncommon among people who are not otherwise. pay to have that level of knowledge. So good to have you but where we get our street. Credit course is from gary o'reilly gary. Hey neil what's up all right You're a side but you were raised in the uk professional soccer. There love talking about your injuries and how you recovered from them. We have hold shows on that but come from the professional world. And there's some insight there that you could bring to this conversation because what we have found is that there's a superstition can manifest itself in sports and Superstition tends to show up when people are not entirely in control of the outcome. And so how much in control are they not is this even quantifiable. Should managers study. This should players study this and so generally when those kinds of issues arise you need a mathematician and so we found we found the perfect mathematician for this. And who do we have her doctor. Matthew ginsburg matt matthew man. I think it is viking. Call you welcome to start talk. Thank you and yes. It's not it is mad at the solent. Excellent so you. You have a phd in mathematics and do that's dangerous is because people don't know how important math is what they do and then it mathematician starts walking up from the incomes in the back door and say oh they're ready to sort of shake this up and to tell us where we're miss thinking they're going to straighten this out. They're going to ruin our superstitions. They're going gonna end so you ruined people's days with your excellent is when you have to be bluer having an argument and you come in and you just completely settled with mathematics jiffy all right on both love you. I mean it's just it's totally the way to make friends and okay. Yeah okay i actually. I think you're wrong there man. I think he's line. I think what happens. Is they both come. And go guys a dick over mad at you. Because they both look like idiots as everybody does next to mathm- really they just want to have the argument. They actually don't really care about being right or care that they're disagreeing and we don't know the differences it comes it tears out manifest if you sell it with a solution that neither of them had previously embraced. Then they're both wall. And then magnifies your ticket tude. But so we should actually. We should get my wife in here because she will tell you that she will be delighted at anything that you guys can do to to minimize my dick a tube okay. What's surprising about going to get if we're all but guess what we're already making plans to bring him back to that same. Dick chewed actually existed. So so i'm gonna ask at by the way this is. We have a third segment where we just sort of chew the fat and shoot. Can you state for that segment. 'cause they're places i wanna get into your professional profile easy put. That would not be part of what we know much. Get through because we wanna talk about What kind of statistics d do you. Where did you get your phd where we were. Pe in astrophysics is blaster. Physics from roger. Penrose ocsar okay. Let me tell my co-authors he just totally namedrop there. Yeah talk tolan named roger penrose. Hardly anyone heard of before a month ago with he got the nobel prize that was like total total name drugs. Okay s a double namedrop because you've got the oxford on the back of it oxford. You've got penrose who is famous among all astrophysicists and and this throwdown of the of the nobel prize. But so anyhow so then you then you start up decided to slump and do pure math private. Obser- i was at cal tech for you where my supervisor kip. Thorne also nobel prize. Actually we'll get. I get credit. This is me. I'm the common link could scientist the reason wondering about grows highs. Don't interesting because tom cruise. Who probably will never win. An academy award for acting has been in movies where you know five other academy awards have been given to the movie to the other actors to the thing so he can say that. He enabled the acting of their exactly. Yeah this is probably addicted. That's true yeah. I was gonna say i'm starting with your wife so what what is the. What is the knowledge you bring to assist. Sports people would have you studied in your mouth so the math really was twisted theory in quantum mechanics. Stuff like that. But since then i spent a lot of time doing a and i made i think most of my career doing artificial intelligence cystic in machine learning. And that's what. I bring is a knowledge of statistics. In what you could predict what you can't and how that kind of information can help people make better decisions as they play their games when we talk about predictive analytics. I we really just talking about different forms of statistics and the use of statistics that we're often talking about machine. Learning machine is really just sort of statistics on steroids right. Yeah and our steroids allowed in computing. Don't i'm gonna have to invalidate a program. It's on steroids. It's at power surge. I participated along time ago and the world computer bridge championship. Wrote a computer program to play bridge and it was at the world computer bridge championship and they actually drug tested the programs sample of blood idea. What as far as roads and so forth there are people worrying about this issue. So let me ask if you said. There's some things that you can't predict is because there's insufficient data to make a reliable prediction or would you are you. Did you mean to imply that. There's some things that can never be predicted. No matter what so you. At some level you can't actually predict anything with certainty right so so we all think sunshine crop tomorrow but there are a variety of things that could cause it not to know early. No don't go there. No say that like yeah. There's a fifty percent chance the sun is not going to run. And i'm a betting person we're good so let's let's not worry about the philosophical limits of what could or could not happen. Let's talk about what a certain betting person would bet on us about. What i'm trying to say is all you can ever do about. The outside world is quote odds right now. If you can make that if somebody's willing to bet me that the sun is not gonna come tomorrow. Living odd. I'll make that because the sun's coming up tomorrow you know ninety nine point nine nine a lot of nuts simile. If i want to predict that babe ruth pointing to a point in the stands. I'm gonna hit a home run in. It's going to go there. It's not one hundred percent. There's some chance that he gets to honor that prediction and the question is how accurately can gauge the probabilities. And how close can you get them to one. Zero correct and so zero is certainty. It won't happen and a one is certainty. It will happen right okay. And so of course. Sports is a lot of betting sports. And if you could put a shading of insight into an outcome you could become a very wealthy man. Yeah but i wouldn't have any fun. Okay i let me just put a quick addendum to that matt You would with all the money. So yes you're right. You would not have any fun in the process however the result on anatomic after afterwards so what what about curses where people have long losing streaks. And they think they're cursed and this is where superstition comes in and it seems to me. Mathematicians highly needed in those moments. So all we can. We can tell you that. You're probably not kurds. Okay so there's a chance for actual cursed. That's what you're saying does a chance of anything right now. Imagine going right and you start tossing. It comes up heads heads heads at some point you will conclude that the coin is biased coins. Not fair and long takes you to admit that the coin is unfair is really function of how confident you were initially that the coin was fair. The more coughing corn is fair. The longer it takes you to believe you're actually dealing with an unfair coin. Chris same right so a person i think. Should we have no. There's no no mechanism by which you can be cursed so my belief that i am cursed is in. It's incredibly unlikely but eventually the evidence would could overwhelming now. The red sox not winning the world zero thousand years. They didn't series because they stunned biden copy because they were hurt and then they sold a lot of other players to the new york yankees and surprising enough. The yankees went ahead and won a loaded. Lack of votes and the red sox have been winnings. Yeah exac quite dominant. In fact i think that so occurs is such an extraordinarily unlikely event. You ask you at the beginning is the probably never zero one. The probably would have curses. You know microscopic. But eventually i might eventually be convinced that i that i was i. I don't think you know for baseball team to be cursed. I believe you would need more than a lifetime's worth of evidence. The red sox didn't even come close right. do you not get a herd mentality. Where all of a sudden that so many people buy into it but they cannot remove that thought from their mind and therefore it kind of self prophesized is. I don't think so. So i've actually. I've looked at the right. Just make every year. I had a case where this how voodoo might work right where you are so convinced you're going to fail that throws off your hand and then you fail and then you rent. It took the blame. The yeah the voodoo for that because you have to find you have to find a full guy and therefore it's the console so that would mean position warming at very high level athletics. You know that ninety percent of the game is half mental. That's what you're saying there. I literally a lot of. It is what i tried to look at. I played tennis in high school. I was awful and and i took up astrophysics. I'm glad okay. Arteries i became convinced that i was terrible. That maybe worse. But i think when you're talking about professional athletes if they do that to themselves they're not professional athletes. They just can't. They're competing against people who don't if they're susceptible to. What are the things i did when i was working with the oregon ducks volleyball team is. I've got a bunch of statistics and just out of you live. In eugene oregon. I've lived in oregon. I've worked with dr bunch. I was working with the bible team and they gave me statistics on on every play. And i said okay. Let's look at individual players who played poorly for the first half of a match. Do is there any correlation between airplane poorly the first half of the match and played poorly. The second half of match notice have gotten in their own heads decided. They're having a bad night and the answer was no. There was no such correlation. The kids are as near to machines as the coach can make them play badly on point. They shake it off playing. Well let me just add and just to just to to to to blow some smoke in your direction. The you have to know that that was the right question to ask right. That's a brilliant question. And as simple question that i bet most people don't think of because what you're saying is if you if you start to have a bad game and then it does affect you mentally because you already know what they are physically. You know what they're capable of and you you ask the right question not enough people in the world think about the value of the right question asked at the right time thank you. I think that one of the things that i have learned so a lot of what i've done is involved large amounts of data. And what you do is you wanna take data. You get from whatever source in. You're looking for patterns and the patterns. You're looking for surprises. Because when you find a pattern it's a surprise might be curse might be lack of curse but you're looking to look for patterns in data. That's what machine learning is about. That's what statistics is about as what data science is about. And when i got all his volleyball data. I just started doing everything you can think of. I asked a bunch of questions that were less interesting but this one thank you saying it was a good question. But it's something with the data was able to me on and i've done. I did the same thing with basketball. So i got every basketball play for a year and i started looking to see. Is there anything that predicts whether a player is gonna perform well or poorly in any particular game and the answer turned out to be s and it was basically the number of minutes he played previously and basketball has a very long memory. It turns out that that plane a lot earlier in the season you carry that burden with you for the rest of the season but it. Does it help you or hurt you. If you played mark it hurts. Hurts you yeah. And it's season fatigue as a matter of fact last year before the whole cova so not this past season that they play but the season before there was a big argument about certain players chunk before it's just bc before covid that's Yeah but there was a big controversy about allowing players to kind of take a break during the season. Sit out games. That weren't as crucial to allow their bodies to refresh and reenergize in some way and it just became a huge huge thing and the damage. I'm paying eighty dollars per ticket. I wanna see shack play at it. And that's basically what you're going to see this and the other concerts. I'm paying his salary right. The controversy is hey we never did it like this before you know. The guys are the guys before who came before us are tougher than those guys. Grounded out for the whole season. What makes you so soft that you've gotta take a break through my injury list because this is another hour now the guys in my iraq did exactly that and we have injuries that lost days. If we start with one and then go to the other guys like matt who would sit down a male. You find an elite sport we we call asset management. I go to pull you out for two game. So as i can have you for the next two months because if i play even those next two games you're out for those two months 'cause you burn your muscles are going to good condition. And as soon as a higher probability that would receive one of the things that i found it was interesting. So it's not just sit steph curry at what point so you know. There's three minutes left in game. Europe six is that enough that you should sit him down and give him six more minutes of rest today so he's played better tomorrow the next day and the interesting thing is if you have all the numbers this becomes purely quantitative question you know if i sit him down for the rest of this game chances of winning his game go down a tiny bit. I've probably want it. 'cause we're up six with three minutes but my chances of winning the after morrow goes up and the game after that they go up you end up with this incredibly quantitative question. I actually punched it off so okay. So let's come back to that. We gotta take a break now but when we come back. We're gonna talk about number crunching exactly as you're describing matt and i'm going to ask you the question if it's all just a matter of numbers who needs coaches when start talking. Sports edition continue. Rebecca startled edition with doing this by the numbers. What are the odds wasn't even mean. We got a mathematician. Mack matt love having you here. Just because i think everyone should have their own personal mathematician speech. You just reach for them when you need one. And that's just i. i love love. How the guys in the bar. Who are having cited own. Because they don't want their own methods. I want our own mathematician mad ginsburg. So i we. We left off with you describing the decision to sit a high value player. If you're leading because you don't need them to win the game and that could help you win tomorrow's game or the next thing that see these are decisions not according to you not left to the judgment of the coach but these are with fast computing and thinking about it. You can make these decisions in an instant art so presumably. That's not just for basketball for other sports as well. So yes you can. I mean you can help all over you help in different ways. I worked with football team on whether they should punter go for it on fourth down. I work with the volleyball team on when they should call timeouts. I also did some worked with the volleyball team. This was not so successful. We set up a system where there were too high definition cameras and they would watch the volleyball in the the girls on the team had had a smartwatches on their arms under a shooting sleep and if the serve is going to be out we would make the smartwatches buzz in we could tell for the serve got there that was not successful. The ansi doubt about it. They told us we were bad. People made a stop but does it. Is it illegal. They actually a legal. They know it should be illegal until they saw that. You were doing it right. Well they said it was legal and we said why doesn't break any of the rules and they said we don't actually know which will breaks but we are telling you that it does break the rules and you have to stop. So they should have said is not that it breaks rules but that is cheating. And so so did you. Did it. calculate based on a ballistic trajectory and not an era dynamic trajectory so You would get it wrong if the ball has a spin on it. One of the things. I did obviously is looked to see whether the ballistic trajectory got. The right. obviously said you test what you're doing stuff up and then next in the answer was i was able to accurately predict whether a volleyball service who's going to be in route. So that was that was just an it worked but big cheating. They can't just say you're saying how does that change. How would that change the game is. It's it's decide whether you're going to retry or not serves can be deadly. And if they're out you'd rather not have to try to return this very simple but you would have. Oh i see what you're saying so it happened in that in that such short period of time that if you're wearing the watch and buzzes yes. Nothing but brilliant. I would be loud buzzing their watches pretty much as the ball crossed over the net. Okay that that's what. I was trying to figure out is totally real. How how much how. Time as part of this too. I didn't do anything right. The computer was it was all programs. He doesn't he's not thing he's even here right. This is avatar. i got so. So what is the future of coaches if you can make key decisions such as that by what do you need. I think this is not just about coaches writing. So we have a entities making more and more decisions for us. And i think the thing that you the you have to realize. Is we solve problems. Totally different machines do so when a person place chest they look at a handful of chess positions deeply plays chess they look at. It looks at billions when we saw problems by pattern recognition. They saw problems by searching. The net result is that we are good at one kind of thing in computers are good at a different kind of thing so the question about balancing somebody's energy. How many minutes should they sit out. This game next game machines are good at that were lousy machines should do that questions about motivating the players to practice harder to get drunk before gains whatever. It is the coaches are doing. That is very much a personal interaction. Adding value adding experience adding pattern recognition kinds of things. We're gonna to keep doing that. That's no no way. No you know because what happens is i. I was out all night. And i was drinking and i come in and a i test my blood and it says your alcohol is two percent blood. I got that joke from removing some years ago. I know a couple of goes and so then. Ai says mic shows that your performance will be diminished by this amount and so they will know exactly how much your performance would be diminished. That's not the not. I'm going to coach for that when when you can know the chemistry of that phenomenon. We don't need a coach. Tell you that you're drunk. Players should plan coach to convince the player not to get drunk the night before a game to a but didn't get drunk the night before the super bowl and still win the super bowl. I mean do you know. What did you ever. I was wearing wearing the patio. So for those who are not one hundred years old. He did a tv commercial advertising pantyhose. After i think he shaved his legs city anyhow. Anyway let's move on so so man is famous for how much statistics plays in the decisions of coaches on the level. Will this shift in entire infield of to one side because of the statistics of how the batter hits the ball. Do other sports lend themselves to this level of analysis. Yes yeah short answer. Basketball is right on baseball's heels. So i know a bunch of people involved in the basketball world and they are incredibly committed to exploiting statistical information the same way the baseball guys to the other sports are behind. So i've been looking in football and talking football people and they know that they're not taking advantage of data as much as some of these other guys as you began just a moment ago. The biggest decision play is do you kick. would you go for fourth down. I mean whatever the fourth and short kick or do you go for it. And that's you know everyone. That's everyone debates that day after right. If it didn't go the way people wanted how does how does how does data help that. That is you just do it. You just figure it out. And i did work for your dogs and i actually made a deal with him. I would figure out what they should do on fourth down and i would get four season tickets. I guess why told them. Every week i would go to the this giant book of what to do in every possible for dancing. And i give it to the coach. I said the same thing i said. Look here's the deal. Just stop putting between thirty five yard lines. you'll be fun in the oregon. Ducks stopped punting. Between thirty five yard lines and they. They had an amazing year in part because not putting between and five yard lines in college. Football is just bright. I did then go in the next year and ask him. If you wanted to do it again he said no. And i said what and he said. I know not to pump between thirty five yard lines. I'm gonna keep my tickets. And he's and he sent me on the way so they are starting to make the decision this way but not terribly effectively yet and you can do so much more than fourth and however courtroom. What happen but what you're saying is you're you're you're you're advice to him was consistent with his life experience and therefore it had no value to him. No no no he he. When i started working with him he never punted. he always punted it. Certified guidelines everybody pumped it so the first time he followed my advice he was playing utah with fourth and five from midfield and he decided to go for because i had been telling him to. Do this forever. Utah was so surprised. They had to waste time out because they had put their punt return team on the field. He put his normal offense so they had to blow a timeout and then he got it and well that's pretty cool and he did it again and he learned he just started doing better. And if you watch college football now you will see that between the thirty five yard lines. They go for a lot Starting to trickle into the nfl also and what is the fourth between the thirty. Five yard lines is there a qualifier because fourth of fifteen on a penalty. Seventy five yard. Line it's a different a lot of them fourth in between the threshold show. The answer is there is essentially no qualifier. I don't. I didn't run it out to fourth and forty seven but let's look at fifteen. I think fifteen may have been around the break point but you really just go for it. And the reason is some percentage of plays. Get your fifteen hjort bright. Sometimes you make it but mostly putting does not help you because college punters. Aren't that good. They're gonna punted zonta. Instead of having at midfield they have it at their own twenty in. It's not really that much better. It's not that puts also to College returns are a lot advanced a lot. Further beer in the rose. If you look at the pros when they are right there and most times that'll be mistakes. That player is going down a occasionally. You'll see a breakaway. You might see somebody get twenty or thirty yards on a return which is far more routine in college than it is in the pros as whether it could special teams jump. The other thing is you should always go for a fourth one on your own nine go forward on fourth one and just say it's better because every now and then you're gonna get it and then you get a new life punting from your own nine. You're screwed you're screwed on your mind you're still screwed because the other team's going to have the ball on your on your forty and you still live. Yeah and poach actually told me he said. Stop telling me about this. I can't go for it on fourth one from io nine. 'cause if i'm wrong they're gonna fire me contrite. Stop talking me about it. I'm just not interested. So i stopped talking about. But so so. Coaches are acting coaches. Have a lot more bounds than simple. Quantitative decisions right to balance the press and the fans in people's moods and stuff that i don't know anything about 'cause i'm just a numbers guy so you telling me the facts. Don't care right so when the coach yet the the the coach is just riddled with emotions. And he's going to get fired. If dot dot dot what happens when you slide the dossier across the desk and say this is factual amat pushback and is it never going to happen or do you. Get like the embraced. The coach eventually gives you all is as an embarrassing honestly ready to. It's a personal thing. I mean so. I've worked with people who have a huge not invented here syndrome. You can tell them any idea and they will tell you already thought of that doesn't matter if they have male dealing with football coaches of football coach may say if i go for on my own nine and force one and i'm wrong i get fired. And he's right. Yeah is it's his job to know what gets fired then you can't you know he said. Stop trying to talk to me about this but in baseball if you make a statistical decision you're not gonna get fire because everyone knows the power those statistics and then in the long one you're going to win and and you have one hundred and sixty two games said because it's a marathon not a sprint. Now maybe football. Each game has been a little more critical. Let me how. What about the hail. Mary pass is that a is that a statistical thing. I don't know. I actually just looked at this and i can tell you that looks like you. It works about two percent of the time. But it's restless right it because y you have the ball at their six seconds left in the game. You're down by four if you don't throw a hail mary pass. You are guaranteed to lose if you throw a hail. Mary pass a two percent chance of winning. I'll take two zero percent any day. It's not the kind of decision what people get upset with. Is you go for it on fourth and one and statistically it's right but it was wrong spectacularly today okay so the the the alternative hell. Mary pass is a quarterback run with twelve consecutive laterals. That's that's the alternative to that. And ev you thought much about that. That's that's a lot of ball handling which always carries a risk. I know so you have to extend. I can't think about that. Because i don't think about football. I think about numbers and there. No there is no data on people trying this multiple lateral play so just you could say at what fraction of laterals or fumbled right. Because it's another ball handle right and and so there's gotta be. Some access into the play album. Is that every lateral has to be backwards so eventually out of field but the real problem is not moving the ball forward as your as your lateral occasionally. You do say somebody you know. There's a kickoff return at the end of the game and people start laterally It never works. I've never seen in seen helm areas. Where and then there's also the trick play like which is a variation of a lateral where an it normally only happens on kickoffs where the a returner will receive the ball and then you because you can forward pass as long as the ball is not going forward so he throws the ball across the field to another player which looks like a forward pass. But because it's going in am back. It's going back which is considered a lateral and then that player is free from is wide open. He's and he's got a big long field of and if he's fast enough he can actually avoid being tackled so that we got to take a quick break. When we come back. I i wanna get into. So what made you who. You are If i can spend a couple of minutes doing that and still connected to the what mad scientists puts together basement. We're all right We'll take a quick break. This is star talk sports edition by the members. We're back star talk sports addition. What are the odds. And we've got mathematician matthew ginsburg so we you briefly mentioned that you just set off the cuff. Oh hail mary passes worked two percent of the time and you know i don't i don't have to run numbers to know that it doesn't happen often but when you say two percent hugh probably mean exactly two percent so how did you. How did you actually get that number so for that number which your team actually asked me about. I looked at all the football. I have tried every. Nfl play since nineteen hundred nine in the questions. Which the hail marys. So i said. Okay you gotta be down more than field goal. But a touchdown can tie. You gotta be down forty eight points you have to be at least thirty yards away from the end zones at least thirty yards to go. It has to be the end of the game which i defined as either less than twenty seconds left to play or less than a minute left to play in its fourth down. You're desperate and i looked at all the plays a role like that and how many of them were actually recorded. As being deep pass which is part of the data. I have there were one hundred and eighty seven. Plays in desperate situations like that that were recorded as deep passes and of those hundred and eighty seven plays forward touchdowns so i can tell you to percents Two point one percent of how. Mary's work or wow. Yeah but right one percent. I've been half all this data used did a bunch of queries. Yes super percent over over zero percent right. If you don't do it you know you're not that's so in this third segment which we've was still trying to find a good name for it but until we do we just shoot the shit. So what am i gonna question for you man. I'm if i remember correctly was it deeply. Yes or whichever. Ibm computer beat. The world's best go champion has a google computer called. Globo's sorry google was yet. That's right google. And what was the name of that computer. I think it was alpha. Goes i think what they call it. Okay i'll forgo and I remember chatting with some google people at apparently you can do one of two things if you have machine learning deep machine learning a are you can say all right. Let's study every single game ever play. Which is you can do with chess. Because every important game is recorded right and have it learn moves that worked and didn't work and it could have the sum of all human knowledge and thereby beat practically and human who plays it that makes sense but then in the follow on google program. It didn't do that. It said what is the goal of the game. Oh it's the d. Mark territories into prove is that the goal will let me play myself. And do what i think i need to do to win and let me play a billion games against myself doing that. That program beat the previous program that had beaten previous go players and exploded and then a tear in the space time continuum donald trump. He's so quick. Question is man. At what point are you going to say might best data are all of the games ever played rather than my best data are the games that could be played that i can think up and have never been played and thereby i'm gonna make a giant leap for the sport like the first person to bunt. That must have been a craze. What is that something had to invent that her a mercer was fosbury was a fosbury yet. Fosbury flop yeah. Nineteen sixty eight olympics. Mexico city doesn't brand new. Just to be clear. Because i i've noticed that people know that that's a better way to jump over the bar. But they don't always know why but give me like thirty seconds to explain that. So if you watch old high-jumpers They would go forward over the bar and you can only really bend at your waste. Your legs can't bend in the opposite direction than they do. So your legs have to clear the bar strenght backwards over the bar. You're back can curl. You concur backwards at your waist and your legs condemned angle so you can make a hemi circle a semicircle and carl yourself around the bar taking your center of mass below the bar even though your body goes above the bar so you can jump higher than ever before by actually jumping lower than ever before in a world record setting jump so because when you're curling your center mass is no longer in your body is outside of your body and you didn't actually have to jump as high so you could say that was cheating but they left it in and now everybody jumps that way so just slip that in because i noticed that not everyone knows that even some athletes so continue matt sorry. I interrupted though what i do. But people working machinery general is they sent his port. You look for patterns data the more data you have the more likely it is the patterns you detect a real more likely the easier. It becomes to find the pattern. You want as much data as you possibly can have. And they're obviously is a choice. You either can use naturally occurring data data from or. You can use dedicated you generated by playing yourself for example and there's a trade off the naturally occurring data is at some level. Gonna be better. It's hard to imagine pewter simulations of football games being a value for example but you do have the opportunity to generate more data by playing yourself by using the computers. At this point. Computers are way better at chest and we are so the way the date you want. You wanna look at the data from stock fish. Which is the best non machine learning based program from my perspective. You just wanna do what works. I don't care where the data comes from. As long as what i learned from. It is actually ballot. But it's more fun. If your program invents a new football play that no one thought of yeah because it because it didn't want to base itself on games that were played before i wanna see innovation. Because that's you know and i guess that's what trick plays are but yes but and is that true creativity. Oh is that what. We're doing human beings looking around and seeing looking for misdirection looking for ways to make your opponent think something that's not happening at that's how we come up with new plays and that is also a part of pattern recognition. As a matter of fact in football they call it disguising defense and all that kind of stuff. Yeah and not only that the the very final play in the movie major league was basically a trick play. And that's baseball right. What happened is the batter. Points to the outfield. Okay and so. So that's you know that's showing some gonads. They're right points like he's gonna hit. And then instead he turns around and bunks and so the third baseman has to come running in because they were playing in deep hole construct living. Let me give you a re actually to answer this okay. We'd rather just argue at. You gonna actually ask you the question back. When i worked for the ducks i actually did. Events new play and i described the play as an optional self safety so there are situations in football where you actually want to score safety on yourself and then take the kickoff from the twenty and so forth and so on and i created another kind of play. Which was you go back for paths. Throw pass if you're pass as basically guaranteed 'cause the guy is just wide open throw the pass other step out the back of the end zone and do a safe young yourself new play. Nobody had thought of before so possibly one is that the ducks win. Crucial game because i gave them this new play possibly to is the ducks win a crucial game because i got to stop punting between the thirty five yard lines for me possibility to just as much fun. That's the question you originally asked is just as much fun as possibility one because i did it i know i did. I don't have to go and pick up a girl in a bar by telling her. I invented this. The passing sell safety and by the way that wouldn't work half working to nerve bar works every time. You've said that you've tried it. No no worsen the nerd bar toys gone. I know when. I watch football game when i watch college football game and i see somebody putting up between thirty five airlines. I smile from ear. 'cause i did that It's just as good as if i invented display that people run from time to time. It's just as much fun. What i did was just as impactful. And whether it was something that looks really splashy like pointing to the outfield and then bunting or whether it's something that's just grinding it out by doing numbers and figuring out what to do on fourth down. Impact is impact. Winning is winning or so then. Why don't why don't batters who are statistically predicted to hit. Eighty percent of their line drives to the left side of the infield. Why don't they just punch to the right side and or save that for when they really need it. And what was it an ego that they're fighting the get through even though they're putting their best stuff you have to ask a baseball player. I have played a bit. And your natural swing is gonna go particular way and messing with it is at your own peril. Ligature reicher right. So can i ask you. Let's look at football and basketball because they are not as statistically driven as baseball. Is there one thing in each sport. Barring the fourth and one situation that you know you hear announcers talking about. Is there one thing in each sport that you would say. This is what they're all not doing that if they did. They would find greater success so basketball. That's really is very statistical. These days and i don't understand basketball nearly as well as i understand the other games so i'm gonna leave basketball out of it football. Yes so there is one incredibly easy thing that people don't do in football and they're crazy and that is score a touchdown and you have to decide whether kicked extra point or gopher to it. Turns out that you're expected number of points. Scored is pretty much the same. You're about fifty fifty to make it if you go to so all you're doing when you decide to go for two instead of taking extra point is you're adding sort of noise you're adding uncertainty and that means and this is incredibly simple and they should have to have to but in because you said something that i don't know if it's completely clear to others so when he says your expected results are the same what he's saying is if he's a fifty percent chance you're gonna score two points then half the time he score at the other half you know on average you scored extra point which is the same as the guaranteed one extra point right. There was the traditional head on. So i think i said that correctly reichman so you need to have a very straightforward one point. It's going to be one. It's not gonna be there. It's not gonna be too it's just gonna be one or you can have like a noisy one point where it's halftime on half the time it's too so the question you should be asking is. Do i want noise in the football score and the answer is if you're playing a team that's better than you you do because the way you're gonna win this game is by getting a little bit lucky and you wanna give the gods of luck as much chance as possible to help you you wanna increase was called the standard deviation in the score. You can't move the average but you can make it noisier so you wanna climb out to the wings of that distribution where you could have actually a chance of winning that jackley as the underdog s so every underdog in football or touchdown should go for two and it's obvious and it's simple and i don't do they don't think about the problem. Apparently is not obvious to people. Don't have a with a degree that they earned from nobel prize winning brilliant. What we got we got. We got to actually land this plane a book to take us out man. Just tell me what. What was factor man. What what is that book. You wrote a book in two thousand. Eighteen is I have spent a lot of my professional career working on a particular technical problem. And if you saw that you can solve all the other problems literally and it's a book about a guy who does and it's an awful. It's enough oh cool. Cool roller thriller thriller mathematical thriller. Two words you've never seen in the same sentence. I've often talked to my friends about if you solve this problem. It is actually rex. Between whether you take over the world at the government kills you and and dislike his is in this race. He knows he's in this race. He doesn't really. I'm watching that when it comes out on netflix. because they'll surely by the story that's what factor means about. Oh excellent excellent for that and And greatest name ever for computer program. Dr phil with f. I l l. tell me about that. dr. Phil is I don't remember who suggested the name i actually. It's a program that solves crossword puzzles. And neil you. And i have both created crossword puzzles. That created of course pose to i am. I am awful at crossword puzzles. When i have a puzzle in the new york times it takes about a year from the time you submitted till the time it comes out. I can't do my own puzzles when they're finally published so i wrote this program that's really good at solving crossword puzzles. It sort of my revenge on all the people who are so so much better than i am nine. The name and i asked the community of crossword puzzle constructors for name and one guy suggested deep clue race good worth that was good and somebody else suggested dr phil which i thought was hanged bit better. So that's how dr very cool so so in other words never wrong a geek because whatever the not good at create a robot that is a take over yeah man we gotta we gotta call it quits there but for talk sports delight to hear how you've contributed to this and this is surely not the end of that story. There is much more Infusion that math will have not only in sports but the rest of our lives. And i i think overall the more the better and we look forward to this. So thanks for being on star. Talk jack gary all not always a pleasure. We're here. I'm neil degrasse. Tyson your personal astrophysicists as always bidding.

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Yeah she's a soccer player for vanderbilt. They asked her to come in. Because why because. I think kobe took kickers. Yeah they had no one and they ask her to come in and they got beat forty one to nothing so she thinks she only kicked off. Once i watched the whole game did you. Yeah she Their offense was so bad they never got in field goal. Range never even were a threat to score a touchdown so she might have to kick an extra point. She kicked off in the second half. Yeah and she kick to the thirty five yard line but she placed. It wasn't that she tried to kick deep and then it didn't go deep. She kicked it like she knows how to kick which is like soccer ball and placed it on the thirty five yard line which was Which is decent field position taking over not not giving them the ball to to integrate fields yet. It was referred to as a mortar kick Washington head coach. Ron rivera congratulated on twitter and referred to it as a perfectly perfectly executed mortar kick so that she kicked apparently where they they told her. Kick it here and she kicked exactly. They're the and he knows a lot about soccer. Rhonda puerto rico. Is it right. The conversation assume the that's why you don't you know like soccer is puerto rican too good soccer here you go. Yeah i think he's puerto rico his he. Now we'll find out we'll we'll get we'll get our column crack team on it The conversation online though was pretty ugly congratulating but a lot of people saying i hope she gets nailed by one of these guys out on the field so she can see what it's like to really play football and i don't get it either. She's a she's a kicker she goes in and does what she's supposed to do. I don't know rooting against and they asked for her. Yeah they didn't necessarily have her going in there. You know saying. I demand you let me on the team because discrimination you don't they they were looking for somebody. They didn't have any kickers. They say anybody that can kick. they asked for For soccer players. She went and she tried out. And and that was the deal. This publicity stunt backfires and she gets tackled so people calling it a publicity. It's not a publicity stunt. They don't have any kickers. Well i kind of think though if they look not necessarily a political Publicity stunt but there had been some some Guys who had kicked in high school that they had asked for that air probably could have dug around and gotten but she was there she got the the thing and i'm sure they thought well you know what this will be. We'd have no chance of win and vanderbilt. They know they're not going to win. A fair game at this point the carnival making win. Pick up the ducks game now So they're like yeah. this will be good morale. And let's do it. I saw the people being really really really mean and the people that i shop being mean about where women were they. There's some. I just don't get why i don't understand the hatred for her. Okay yeah. I was just curious because it was a big story on saturday and i thought you guys would have an interesting opinion on and seventy eight year. Old president elect. Joe biden was playing with his dog on saturday and he slipped and twisted his sprained his ankle. And then he went to the orthopedic specialist yesterday at around four pm and he does have a hairline fracture in the middle of his foot did just turned seventy eight last week. So they said he's going to be in a boot for a couple of weeks. But that's that was a big story because you know after this election and you know everybody's pointing at is seventy eight years old and he's falling and so obviously it's not good be fine. That's the kind of thing that happens to seventy people all the time. Yeah but when you become the president now let's just stay away from the dog navy. It is the first rescue. it's going to be in the white house. They they love stories. You know whatever. All those things are now trending. So riggins has a little bit of a dilemma in If you've been with the show very long We'll just tell you this and it'll make you wanna listen to it even that much more. It is a dilemma. The concerns his former a dog walker slash best friend slash crush from el salvador. Next now you can text the tj show by texting. Act jay and your message to nine six eight nine three mores at tj next always and tj show graphics and web designer ton by alpha lab. Lines looking for spectacular. Email design at ace. Tj dot com web design menus marketing materials brochures flyers social media ads and more design at tj dot. Com fill is the tj show every weekday morning at seven eight and nine eastern. Regan's hosts doubt trending get the latest from. What's going on around the world. Live on the ac tj show on the app available at i tunes and google play last year Riggan started talking about the Upcoming departure of his best friend and Crush named dog walker. She was his Dog walker from the time he got his the little dog riley. She lives in his building. They were neighbors and she took a liking to the dog and became kinda like The the dogs Aunt honorary on today. So the The lady we refer to as dog walker is from el salvador. I'm just giving you all this background stuff case. Anybody missed it. Is we have millions of new listener. Since then if you know all of this displease indulge just And it wasn't until she was preparing to move away with her boyfriend to ohio That riggins decided. He wanted to tell everybody that he had feelings for dog walker and how much he was going to miss her and in want her to leave and so every day was. Did you tell dog walker how you feel about it. Is you the she know. Did you tell her don't move. Did you tell her that she needs to stay in. All of this kind of stuff. It was a an ongoing saga and a lot like regan's personality when it comes to Other things once she was out of sight she was out of mind. You know there. There was no pining away for her. Whatever we almost offense to the fact that she left to begin with i did. How could you leave me here. Absolute i still feel like that. So nasty lives in ohio. You chat from time to time you text with each other you keep up with each other all the time and as a year each not to her or her mom mainly reaching out to your mainly reaching out to me and you responding half the time yeah okay so now riggins has put up his christmas tree. Which i think is adorable that he does that. I absolutely adorable. So what kind of dilemma could riggins be having with dog walker. Who's moved far far away and his christmas tree. Well tell riggins what your problem is before she left. She gave me a christmas present and it was a bunch of nice stuff. It was like I don't know a bunch of random things but one of the items was accustomed christmas ornament. That had a hand painted picture of the dog on one side and riley's name Written painted on the other side of it. And i love this very sweet. So i put it on a prominent position on the christmas tree. Because obviously if she's coming in and out of my apartment all the time she was going to be looking at the tree to see if the ornament was on the tree This year. And i should mention that. She also has my log in and password to the camera. That's in my living room because she likes throwing treats the dog and talking to the dog through the speaker still yeah So weird how does she throw a treat to the talk. There's a function in the hap for the camera Where you you flick across the screen and it'll throw treats from the camera out onto the floor makes little noise so the dog knows what's about to happen and he comes. Running over to. The camera needs the treats. And you can talk to him to way to a audio so she still checks in from time to time on the way so she just look at you while you're there too yes Which i'm fine. That's what this year. I put the christmas tree up on saturday. And i pulled out all the ornaments and that ornament was broken and my heart is broken because i love the ornament and all that but i was planning on putting it in a prominent position again because i know she looks into my living room through the camera and she's not gonna if she does it anytime now. She's not going to see that ornament up. So do i tell her. Because i that's what i would do if i could look at somebody street. And i gave him an ornament. I would wanna see that ornament on the tree. Like how could they not put the ornament that. I gave them on the trick. So now i'm thinking. Do i take the whole tree down or at least some weird the whole tree down because of one ornament or what am i supposed to do. Am i supposed to write her a note and say hey sorry. Because i was clumsy and didn't much started. I broke the ornaments. Did you have it completely. Padded and wrapped up in. When you put it away and you were careless with it. I was careless. Okay Is there anybody else. You could blaming the dog. This is an easy one on. I put the tree up and rally grab was grabbed tree and the ornament fail and it broke. And so i'm just wondering i'm so sorry i didn't want to be looking for when the but yeah. Well that's what i'm asking. Do i write a note or explain it to her beforehand. That it's not up there for whatever that it's broke just hate down because as your is your because she can say look you could at least put the ornament up. If you're not putting the tree up you're going to have somewhere and if you're proactive. It does if you're telling her this just happened at it's upsetting to me. And i just want to let you know. Because then if she sees it and asks you owe riley broke. It could be lying if you reach out to her. First your your good. I know but that seems like a lot of work to take. It's a stupid text message. Hey i just wanted to know so. Sorry if you're looking for your the tree. Riley grabbed the tree last night in an arm fell and broke another two other ornaments. Phil has she already seen. Have you noticed whether she's checked in on the cameras vegetarian. I can't tell. I mean. I can tell when she's looking at it live just a light changes on the camera. I know somebody's watching it. S crazy person out real close but what about so. You don't care at all that she has his logging link. There's never a time that you need privacy in. What if she is so happens to check in at that exact time. I don't care women gum parading around so somebody just messages. Is reagan's a real person. I don't think it's ridiculous. i'm just trying to think. Do i have two options can tell her that. it's broken. which is gonna kill me. Because she'd put in a lot of work and i don't think so it's hand painted But it seems like a better easier out to take down the tree get. Let me let me ask one question because people are asking. And i think you mentioned this. The ornament can't be fixed now because it can't be glued back together now it's irreparable. Yeah okay. It was a glass of big glass ornament. Then i was careless and our broken. But now i'm left to deal with the repercussions. I can either admit to what happened. Which seemed. I don't like the idea that she's from el salvador. I don't know what that means. Exactly what her family. It was almost kidnapped. Yeah i don't know so. You mean tough map. Okay yeah yeah absolutely. She's not one of those spoiled salvadorians like alexis. Stop it. your three dogs trying to decipher what he's saying. Why don't you just wait to see if she even says anything about it. Because i if i were in her position and i know i would notice it and then not saying. Just be irritated about it. But how i gave you that. You're not gonna put it on the tree. You got a bunch of automatically without even knowing the story of what happened. So if anybody has any helpful advice to throw out at young regan's and if you can do it with a straight face that would be better one triple eight forty one as tj or or. Send us a damn. Let's get you some help. Brigands is the ace and tj show. Do you love sugar spice. And everything nice. Do you love pumpkin fragrances. Then i have something for you. I'm bobby barbara independent. Since he director on new fallen harvest atoms are now available on my website at smells. Just right dot com. We have some amazing new products and we have something for everyone hop on over and check it out at smells use right dot com got questions. I answers text or call two five six seven one zero two three four two and let me help you. Get your home ready for fall. This is the acc tj show when you want to hear the show anytime remember you can stream the and tj show replay every weekday after the show. Oh you download the show with tj show on demand stay connected funny on the act tj app available at itunes and google. Play all right. Here's the dilemma or somebody pronouncing dilemma. Same type of person says directly would say which. I'm not a fan of either but be that as it may. Excuse me riggins Dog walker that. He had such a huge crush on. It was his best friend before she moved a year and a half ago she had a an ornament made a beautiful christmas ornament of Of regan's dog picture of his dog the ornament got a broken in storage Riggins has one of those dog cameras where he can check in on his dog at any time and he gave the code the password and all to the camera to dog walker so she can look in and his apartment anytime she wants and play with the dog over the camera And a lot of people are commenting about that. That's a different thing. We'll tackle that at you. Know some other time about the fact that he is. Maybe we'll get into that after the lesson at hand here which is What should he do. He doesn't want her to log onto the camera. See that the ornaments and say Regan's where's the where is ornament. I made for you. Poppy east gone. He sees east east not there and you have to deal with that so he who wanna know. He should just take his tree. They're not have a tree up which is a lot of people say Tell her the truth. That is the worst thing you can ever do. Is that so bad. Don't ever do that. Oh no it's never the right answer. Just say hey. The ornament accident got broken. I'm so sorry. where'd you get. I would love to get another one. I loved it so much. How clear can you see from the camera. A clear ten eighty. You wouldn't be able to get just like ornament that looked similar to it and just put it up and she would think it was zoom. Our what's wrong with just saying though. Hey bro i am sorry. I don't remember. I would love to get another. Wh- where'd you get that ornament. I would love to get something similar. And maybe she'll order you another one and send it to you. Okay now this is a fella named danny. And he's thinking along the same lines. I think he he's thinking along the right. The right lines Be like the grinch and lay the tree on it side the broken ornament in front of it and wait till she tells you the tree got knocked over. That's really really good. So then there you go stayed right there stage in accident tree and so then instead of her being angry at you or disappointed. Then you're the victim because you love that ornaments so much she's gonna feel sorry for you and possibly by you know. Yeah get you another one made at. That's that's a great way to go in all these honesty is the best policy powder. Just oh gosh you never get anywhere. Tell them the truth. Unless you're a kid kids you know you tell the truth but adults in this type of situation worst possible thing you can do. I just can't live with the fact that something else is my fault like i. I live my life trying not to be a bother to the list of things that once again i have royally screwed up. I get it i know. Don't give me things. Don't i don't know i just cannot escape my own. This is not that big really screwed up. Well somebody gave you thought to. How did you store it. You were careless with it. I have a big thing ornaments in bought at walmart or whatever. Wrap them up because they're a box of five dollar ornaments. I don't care if those break. But i threw it in there with them question and it's several people have asked if she doesn't listen on last she this conversation. Yeah okay. She barely speaks fluent english. I don't even know she would understand. She doesn't not a joke. Well so what are you gonna do. I'm gonna lie just going to pick one of these lies that you like the best that somebody's sitting. Yeah i get taken down. The trees is going to be a pain. I've already put it up now. So i'm gonna lie. Somehow i just don't know what the lie is yet. Okay all right. That seems like a good idea. Okay let us know how that okay that turns out to be great. Okay so the next week in improving get more into the The aspect of why reagan's is giving someone access to his home at anytime the camera. Saddam more worried about do that. This is the as tj show more next is your small to mid sized business ready for the inevitable. Rebound voice. Hunter dot com specializes in providing top level voice talent for all your video marketing and advertising needs. There's no better time than right now. To focus on increasing your customer base and corporate internal audio needs boy center dot. 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So he gave the code to his former dog walker. Who had to move away. She lives in ohio now and so anytime of the day or night. She can log onto the camera and look right into his living room. No matter what's going on. And he has no problem with it and a lot of people seem to have a little bit of an issue thinking that that's crazy alexis is one like i just because of how you live your life. I would never think that you would allow someone else to have access to you. I wasn't thrilled with the idea when she first brought it up but she kept on and kept on. I want the password. I want the password. I want the bathroom so finally i just gave in. Okay well now. She doesn't live here. Just change the password. Yes but then that lends itself to an awkward conversation. You changed the password like what does that. But that's That's the reason why she wanted the password rice because she was moving. She wanted because she was with the dog every day. She didn't just walk the dog and then take it back home while he was at work or whenever he was not at home she was with the dog and the dog was with her So they were kind of like co owners of the dog but he's the one that got the bills exactly in a so. She didn't want to break away from the dog. You gave her the code and now if you said. I don't want to having the coating i i don't care who it is. I wouldn't want my wife looking at me on camera. When i didn't even know where sh you know that she was there. I mean in our own living room if she put a camera up in there and in you know in there watching tv. Or balking around. And i hear her say. Hey i'm at target. You need anything that would freak me out. She would probably do. That's going. hey i'm in. I'm waiting to get my hair done. And are you eating another bag of doritos or whatever the case may be. I wouldn't want anybody having access to. I don't even like when people take a picture of me or video me. When i don't know they've done it friend. Jenny does at all times by sudden. She'll just send me a video this she's taking me one. I'm singing with the band. Cl- a bar or something where we gone on vacation you i for some reason. That just doesn't bother me in the slightest like. I'm not doing anything in the view of the camera that i'm be would be embarrassed about or anything like that so there's never any time that you're sitting on the couch saturday drinking your beers doing whatever it is that you do and you're not like oh could be watching me right now like that never crosses your mind or you. Don't walk around your apartment without clothes on not naked. Never would i can remember. Lake never made it will underwear on. It wouldn't bother you as much as it would me. I don't think but you don't want anybody to be able to look. I wouldn't give it to her in the first place. Now let you look into my apartment time. You won't do it. I going do that. No you give it to me. Wherever she says nope not happening. You should not have. I'm not let it give you access to my home. Twenty four seven period. And what's the craziest thing for me is just because of the year personality. How you are that something that i would not expect not one bit. Gimmie with those privacy. Yeah just how you how you are and how you know i just i would never expect you to be okay with someone else's kind of being able to check in on you when you don't even know you. I don't know that i'm particularly private person. I just like my own space age. It never even occurred to me. Okay he likes to be alone but he's not trying to maintain privacy. I guess yeah. I like being a private person. Do dow training and tj.

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Joe Judge Let's His Guard Down And Reveals His Roots

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Joe Judge Let's His Guard Down And Reveals His Roots

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That is the dulcet tones of the new york. Giants head football coach. Joe judd's who joins us right now. Joe good morning. Thanks for joining us. Our you man good today. We're doing great. So what was that noise you were here on. You're trying to talk about your team after another win. So i guess they were testing like there's zoom for the eagles press conference on the other side of the room but it's kind of one of those big banquet type jeff stadium and it was just blast in the background so every time i was trying to answer a question i can hear was just a bunch of background. Sound like someone's blessed on the radio or something the other side. So i look at our pr guy and kind of gave me a heads up a few minutes beforehand and it just kept getting worse so i just wanna make sure it was. Also i concentrate answer questions. Like joe judge in a nutshell right there. Man i'm in charge. Yes i have a larger charge. You know joe. I want to take it back to january ninth when you became the giants head coach at your press conference at everybody's you even ask the question that everybody was asking at that time i am i. Nobody really knows who i am. And you've been or you. Were relatively obscurity from coaching standpoint. Being that you were down in alabama and of course you the special teams wide receivers coach for coach ballot check and you laid out your vision and here. We are ten weeks into the season when you look back on that day where you are today. Do you think that you've actually accomplished what you set out. Initially all the players really work and break and we're trying to do and i've seen entire organization with a shared vision moving in one direction. And i'm very proud of that thing everybody understands. It's our job as coaches to make we illustrate with the players where we are where we have to go and what we have to get there. There's definite improvement. There's been weekly improvement from the guys on the peyton I love the way we practice a level. Where guys coming to compete. But there's obviously things we have have to keep on improving on to really get what we want to go and and we're not there yet The guys understand that. But i'm very pleased everything they're doing to get us there and they're really the ones pulling the train right now. You know we listen to giant fans constantly because obviously you know they. They have skin in the game. They believe in their team. And i think for the most part almost all the calls that we get lately are supportive of your approach to the way that you're handling things especially with the way that you're handling your young quarterback daniel jones initially when you started here you wouldn't even mention his name and now obviously you emphatically support him being your starter. What have you seen in terms of improvement from your your young quarterback especially over the last couple of games he just continues to grow within system itself. It's a new system to them And i him just growing professionally as well. As being a young quarterback decision making critical moments his understanding of the overall big picture situation. I mean look. It's third and long. We're on the thirty eight yard line. You know we for the first enter. We secure field goal. You know we're on the thirty five yard line. It's third down to pressure came coin. Do not getting up a sack. Make sure each of the field goal. We're trying to push this thing. Forward is the window factors. We're not worried so much about the sack or no for fourth down anyway. You know what's the situation and see. Dang really embracing understand the big picture situations of it of how he handled down by down Look i really see the guys respond to them. And that's the biggest thing you know. There's when you step in the huddle you want ten is with confidence on you. And i know when this guy steps in front of the room when he steps in the huddle guys believe in them and they always a tough dudes putting all the work prepare and then oh he's doing everything he can help this team and that's something right there. You can respond to as players in something gives us as coaches a lot of comments. Joe judge head coach. The giants is joining us. Fought for a few minutes this morning. Joe you just brought up all the different factors that go into every game and as broadcast or i've done a million new england patriot games and i've always felt like bill. Belichick was ahead of everybody. You know even cam. Newton came out this week and said look man. I've never been coached like this before. And i'm assuming that this has had a major impact on how you go about your coaching. And i'm just. I'm wondering how important he has been in your growth. As a coach and everything that you've tried to emulate but yet put your spin on it he's been tremendous and i stress this all the time. I mean there's a number of great coach played for and work for and take something from all of them specifically told my coach ballot check. Look he's been he's been instrumental in my in my personal development As a coach. And how i see the game from bigger picture standpoint. There are a lot of things before. I started working for him. That i didn't even know i didn't know. And and after being spend better part of a decade there with them and really learn. Dan day out basis. It gives you perspective and how to take you know each game. And what's really important and then also the flow of the season of developing your players in your team changing with the flow of the league of what's going on schematically that maybe you work. Something different training camp how we have to adjust and then also just kind of weather and the storms of the season and keeping the guys focused on just improving on daily basis and ultimately. That's it's all bashes keeping improving. So joe as were watching you go through the season and you're close which is still losing. These games would come on the air every monday morning and say man they played. Well we see something there. We're starting to see the change but from you. It's a different story because you're still losing those games. I'm just curious. How did you deal with the losing streak when you're so close and you can see improvement but you also don't want to start accepting losing as a reality. How did you deal with that as a head coach can't hear right now. Can you go ahead. You got me and we got you now. Go ahead okay. Good Yeah to me. The approach on a monday regardless of winter losses the same thing You show him the tape. You make sure you emphasize what you have to improve what we did wrong corrections that we have to make because other teams are watching our tape as well and they're going to expose something we left on tape and then you have to show the players. Well what they've done well to me. It's important highlight not not like it's pep rally but highlighted the team. You know what they're doing well and it's important for the defense to see the offense the offense to defense everyone she the kicking game collectively in the in the film review to understand what we're doing on each side of the ball. It's important to me when we go into the game. Everyone understand how the flow of the game has to be played. You know we make a mistake. You know in the kicking game everybody on offense and defense should be able to say we've talked about that all week. We know that was episodes. We know that's being coached. we understand. There's a plan for that. We have to be accountable for that. You know and it's important at the same time when someone makes a big offense defense that the team understands they've been working on that and that's becoming a strength force. This is something that's helping us. You know this guy was going to say this is music to giant fans. Here's what they're hearing right now joan. I think you're explaining it absolutely perfectly. Okay i just want to go back to daniel jones for one second. You were around. Tom brady for all those years in In new england you saw how he prepared. You saw how he practiced Is there any trait that you see daniel jones. That could be similar to what tom brady. Brought to the patriots. Well i don't want to go ahead and compare daniela anybody else on own guy and obviously you compare anyone. Tom brady peyton. Manning guys are that like. You have to make a huge comparison. But but i would say this to me. Any successful quarterback especially Has the same traits. And i think daniel shares those traits of total commitment to the team. And you know absolute preparation and this guy locked behind the scenes. But this guy's in here for fourteen hours. Every tuesday watching tape you know prepared on the opponent coming up. I mean a lot of conversations talks. Jason talks jerry. Splints care quarterback coach and shares his kind of ideas and things. He likes me and him talk a lot about the defensive action the opposition of what. He's seeing things that i may see on tape. How maybe we can attack certainly is but you know. This guy prepares tirelessly when he gets in on wednesday you. He's not getting the scott report. I mean he's just confirming what he's already seen on tape and he's really already step ahead in terms of his preparation. So i to me. The commitment and the preparation of committing to what takes people don't see i think that's the trait. That really good quarterbacks have to have there's a lot of talented guys stores all the time like he was so good but it couldn't stand the building he didn't watch the tape. He couldn't get off video games. Thing may be that distract them from really you know. Improvements craft talking to giants head coach. Joe judge on the fan and cbs sports network. Tell us why you handled the golden tate situation the way that you did. I just say any situation that happens with the team I'm just a big believer in hand things handling things internally I it's not my job to put you know. Players or coaches into the trial of public scrutiny. They've criticism as it is. We're going to handle things very honestly and transparently inside But to me it's my job head coach to make sure that a handle the issues but same time protect them from some of the things on the outside of their have to face. Anyway so anything that comes up in a program like me very direct with We're not walking by anything that he's be corrected on the field off the field But at the same time you know where keep the family business keeping job. How much do you hate social media. I don't hate it account on it causes so many problems for coaches especially a guy like you the want to keep everything internal. It's just there. I shouldn't say hate all of it because there is some good that comes out of it but it's such as danger are guys have done a really good job of really being you know good with their social media. And here's the thing that we try to explain them early in the early in the whole process that's social media not trying to rob anybody their identity. We're not trying to make anybody robots but just understand that when you put anything out there it's out there forever and you're going to face from inside or not. That's it just understand that you whatever you go to hit send on whatever you're going to send on just make sure that that's something you never have to defend or explain it better be thought out thorough and it better truly represent what you are as a person so whether that's on something you know in society that something about football. It may be now. I'm a big believer in keeping business in house in terms of you know giants businesses giants business. We're not putting dirty laundry out there for us. We're and what we're doing in a game plan. We're not gonna talk about how excited we are to catch a reverse pass or something that week. I mean there's mistakes you see around the league where it's like you look at the jerusalem. We don't wanna do this and put things out there that know giants property To me social media just in general is just. Don't create distractions for yourself that you don't have to right there you know. Do i want guys use social media. Yeah use it responsibly. You know just don't do some. Give yourself a headache. It's tough enough to win games like we don't need something else on top of our plate that we have to deal with just trying to be deposed that week man you learn well from coach saving and coach ballot check. There's no question about it. I could hear it everywhere that you're saying Talk to me. It would have been about andrew. Thomas starting left tackle in this league is not easy. Especially when you're high draft pick especially when the giants have went down this path before with another high draft pick. That unfortunately didn't make it for them. But really i would say buckled under the pressure in the scrutiny and criticism that came as way probably via social media and also through the to the general media and especially this radio station so i don't think people realize how hard it is. The play left tackle and this young man. It seems to be very quiet. Seems to try to go about. His business has had some struggles. Have you seen in general improvement in him and whereas his mindset. Oh absolutely i look andrews mentally tough dude. He's physically tough dude. I've seen this guy improved throughout the year book. Obviously you know. He came in this leading baptize by fire. Me saw elite pass rushers on a on a weekly basis but that's just the nature of the nfl. You know they're all good that there are no weeks off. You know there's no weeks you playing you know some you know northwest south directional school from arkansas homecoming game so we gotta make sure that you know they come to work every week and ready the radio against the top player but for him i seen just improvement and how he's handled different moves different counters. He's really studied film effectively to understand. Not only what they do but how they're going to attack him Look he's a quiet mannered guy walking around but he's not a quiet personality if that makes any sense and he gets on the field and this guy competes and look one thing you shoot this guy ton of tape on sixty minutes. He plays hard. You know he's not dropping his head. He's not dipping down. He's not going to feed. If something goes wrong. Lines plays next play and does everything can to play his best. And that's all you can ask the players and We gotta keep doing a good job. Put them in the right position. But i'm very pleased with andrew matt and retire offensive. Line young guys you know. I think they're coming along nice and They're really making weekly improvement now. I know what you're going to say because you're very prepared guy. You're not someone who's ever gonna make an excuse but was there a moment at some point after you get hired and then we're living in the cove nineteen world where you said all right. I'm a head coach. I'm a first time head coach. I'm coaching the new york bleep in giant. There's a pandemic going on. I can't talk to my players face to face. i got zoom everybody. I got to create a new culture. What i can't even be around everybody. Oh my god what's happening to me. Did you have a moment like that. Please tell me did. Because if you didn't then i wouldn't think you were human now my my attitude like this is what we're gonna use us better than everybody else you know. That's it you know. I think. I think that is where young team. So tech savvy. You know where new staff so. We're not stuck in our ways on the new head coach. So i don't have an established routine that i have to stick to so to me. It wasn't a change in what i was doing. It's the first time going about it. And how can i go ahead and accomplish what we have to accomplish through the medium we were allowed to. That wasn't ideal. I mean no. I'd much rather have interpersonal connections by looking guys talking to them but ultimately that's what everyone's houston so we have to find a way to use a bad in them. I was going to say in regards to your coaching staff. I i gotta help having the dallas cowboy head coach jason garrett on your staff and you know there are questions about who you're playing against scouting opponents what. They did well what they didn't do well. I would imagine that he has been a little bit of a godsend for you to be able to turn to in times of questions and trying to get a little bit of a and understanding of what's going on in the nfc east. Yeah he's been a great resource officer because he's very familiar with a lot of these teams You know obviously there's some change within vision but still a lot of the personnels the same. Here's some schematic remain. The same and then throughout the league with teams played him being. Yeah for so long. He's seen a lot of the carryover from different teams. So the all weekly conversation how we want. Approach the game or game playing four. It has been very productive seeing a lot of improvement. You know with the entire staff on all three sides of the ball as we've gone and really settling in know how to use their players best. jason been a great resource. I think pat grande is tremendous. John he mac has been phenomenal. You know he was here last year on a different staff He's been a tremendous god. Send us in terms of you know you know really. Understanding the personalities are players and get some to them as people which is critical for us to be able to reach them in formulation of success. Coaching them But i've ever pleased the entire coaching staff and our move forward is the message to the team heading into this by week. We can win this division. And that's the goal or you going to give me the one game at a time thing which obviously works. But are you looking ahead to that you give that message of. We can be division champs to the locker to disappoint you on that one. That's really is just luck. We got to go one. Get the bengals coming up. Next week to improve to me. It's gotta stay process oriented and if we just focus on every day coming to work and getting better than what we're being asked to all that other stuff takes care of itself. But i could stand there. I put some chart up there and and start circling games once you look past the team right in front of you. You're probably already defeated in that game. You've gotta play that sunday you know. We don't have the opportunity right now to look past anybody so we're going to work. We're doing We're taking this by do some kind of self scouts stuff internally as coaches come up with some different schemes and concepts that may help us going down the road and it's good for players right now to get mentally and physically refreshed but ultimately come back next week and we got your bengals. Hey joe last question for me. You know my college roommate is frank reich and you know obviously the head. Coaching indianapolis colts and i asked him. You know frank when you first got the job did you realize the enormity of the job and everything that you're going to be asked to give your opinion about and how many things are gonna come across your desk at he goes. There's no way that you could possibly be prepared for. Everything is been one thing that somebody has come to ask you because you are now the head coach you never thought in your wildest dreams that you would have had to make a decision on. Oh man there's been some operations type stuff and the off season where you kinda get ready for like who's sitting where on airplanes and who's you know it's right next to with the bus cove stuff. I spent a tremendous time through training camp trying to organize you know airplane flights and buses and you kinda stopping point like man. We'll talk. I get back to football But that's just part of it and there's reasons you have to be efficient and you wanna do the best job he can and those kinds of setups. Yeah but partner language gas. What that is. That's coach talk right. We get a coach. You know you have some things. Come across and you just kind of get used to doing it. The one thing that i was told before. The job You know bill told me goes look. There's gonna you're gonna go in every day with a list of thirty things you have to get done and you're gonna walk out every day with twenty nine things on that list. You haven't even gotten to start on these. Things are going to keep coming up every day and you just got to keep moving with it and find ways to budget. I'm get fishing. And you know one thing i've really learned is how to lean on my staff to do a lot of things by nature. I'm a very do it myself type of guy that i've got guys in the staff that are really trust. They've been really really good for me. A lot of guys. I can lean on that made me a better coach So please out of staff will go. And as far as time management and You know delegation. That's all been been better. We'll see how far you've come here as the coach of the giants. What do you call a very big sandwich that you would get from a deli. Well i mean since birth. it's been hoagie. I is a hero is that we're gonna. We're going with the hero. Yes were you now. One for one. Let's say i'm getting an ice cream cone. And i wanna put some rainbow topping on top of that. What am i calling that. it's still jimmy. No geez it's joe. Let's go all right so one for two and i got a third one. I need some cash. I'm going to go to the bank. I'm gonna use a machine one of my coal that machine today for three. Oh my goodness. We've got some work to do here. Joe the boy out of philadelphia but not and clearly not right. All right joe is a pleasure talking to your best of luck. The rest away. Hey guys appreciate man all right. Thank you judge. 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Full Show (Cowboys/Eagles recap, Tua's starting debut, Lamar's struggles, Bills/Patriots)

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"Welcome to the undisputed podcast. I'm your host jerry taft. This podcast is the full show from today's episode of undisputed from start to finish. They've got a busy slate. So skip shannon. Let's get to it undisputed. We are live from la and jenny. Skip bayless plough. While it is monday loss on friday. I told you once. I would bet against my team i would take dilly give you the dallas cowboys. My dallas cowboys will give you ten points and guess what phillies still covered. But they hovered around you that sorry sorry over. Do you really yeah. Let's way to get a Skip i'm sorry another monday. We're going to talk about the cowboys. And they're losing effort lead at halftime against the eagles last night but couldn't get the job done in the second. Philadelphia scored two unanswered touchdowns including a fifty three yard. Fumble return in dallas. Couldn't get offense rolling behind rookie. Qb ben and it was sixty three yards on the ground in dallas was only able to muster two red zone trips without boring on soc shannon. Is it time stuck out the cowboys out. The nfc east's no. I saw nothing last night from the eagles to make me that can convince me that they're skip you just raven about walking talking about. Let me explain little. There's saying that somebody has to win. Oh okay solve. Somebody's going to have to win a bad vision. And you and i both know one of the likelihood of somebody going on a two or three three game winning streak in division regardless of who they play. I don't see that happening so in a bad division of can the cowboys a one game. They won game. The eagles lose their tied. So no no. They're not out of it now. Is he going to be a scramble. I believe probably at first was like aids gonna win intervision. There's not a team in this. Division you might have combined combined all of their records to get to eight winds. Six winds will probably win this division when you look at their schedule and they still have pittsburgh they still have some of these other teams on that debate on that list the cowboys the eagles get. I don't see. I don't see how once a team in this division. Get the eight win win this division. Someone's going to win this division. Someone's going to get a home playoff game arm. Oh with all of this division should be home for the holidays. Someone's going to be home planet. Playoff games get look. I called the eagles played awful. Thought carson wentz played terrible with the thank you with the exception of a handful of throws. I thought peterson skip. He wrote a book called fearless but fearless and foolish are very very close. And just because you're fearless doesn't mean you have to be foolish skill. Why would you do that. Why would you go for it on fourth down in that situation right there punt the football game. They can't do. They can't jittery any offense all the way they can beat you with therefore time. Give them a short field. And you see the guy keeps the field goal. Going into the half. I'm like what are you doing okay down. You've got a guy that wants. What hell the jail watches. Dr david hurts. Did he watch any jamie hers. College did he wants him to alabama. Did he wants him. But oklahoma a lot of the things that they have the one are tailor made for him any drops back to protocol. I just don't get it sometimes. The game that he's calling. I think sometimes he wants to. He wants to show the world. I just. i'm just as good as some of these are read. Some of these other coaches that you mentioned it's gets. He does some things that i'm like are you. Are you out of your mind. Dougie p what are you thinking. And then went skill unconcerned. They won the game but he'll make five plays in a game that will normally call your game and the only reason the only reason they won the game they happen to be playing a team. That's twice as bad as they are. Not one tear low to tears low. Because of you turn the ball over four times you play any other teams give you get molly wa. They turn the ball over four times in a lot of it with a negative territory and they gave up three field goals. Nyala to stop this skill. You do realize talking played this game. Virtually 'cause y'all get on the plane going kirk clear across country kicking field goals really skill. That's which i'll be. I wanna show the platelets give this to be concerned watch carson wizard. I wanna know what you felt. Because i don't know what he felt. Dimmer take this guilt. He has time he has tire. There's nothing you out of the park. Throw the ball away dons and guarding the ball. Away with angle. I want to what you see. I see deer in headlights. I've always told you carson wentz's deer and headlights. He always turns into deer. He likes to hunt deer. I think up north dakota but he gets wanted to skip out of the pocket. You can throw the ball and hit the liberty bell with the ball. There's nothing there with throw it away the defense one. Okay they want but then you he'll come back and he'll do things like this. That's the same play. Just throw the ball away. He held onto it again. but skip. and then you'll see those like this. This is what can be. So you see what i'm talking about. Now look at it and drop the bucket trevor. He never still looking back at the guy had the ball with his hands it. That's what i'm talking about is getting. He'll do two or three hundred and you say see that's how you got the name walk into him and then he'll come back and he'll turn the ball over. Its killed four turnovers. Give us hard if you play a good football team and you turn the ball over you. Turn the ball over tampa port times. You turn the ball. Kansas city pittsburgh and you just bang nine points on you but skip. Someone's going to win this bad division but let me tell you what if you think washington football team if out of this. You said the mistaken now. I think the giants out of it guilt. They got tapping tonight they to catch another. Something unforeseen happened but skip. This is a three team. Race is bad as it may sound skilled. The cowboys are not out of it as much as i wish they were. But as long as i keep coming here on monday. And i get to see. I look on your face. I'm okay you finally finished. Is this show over yet. I don't know. I think it might be my turn you but these cowboys just will not leave me. Just when i needed walking to them and the philadelphia eagles to put me out of my misery last night just when i needed them to. Just blow me away to bury my team. Forty two three. Which is what. I predict your gulf earlier in the week that would happen. Would you believe. I just got a moral victory. Would you believe. I just got my coach. Mike mccarthy after the game my first year coach almost giddily saying that was a step in the right direction. And guess what ladies and gentlemen. After i slept on it i must admit i woke up this morning feeling dangerous. I'm talking about dangerously delusional. Because i'm in the shower getting ready to come in here and fight with you and i'm thinking wait a second even though my team is now two and six. Even though my offense has scored one touchdown in the last three games and that came in garbage time in a thirty eight to ten embarrassment at the hands of arizona on monday night football and one touchdown despite all that. I actually think my team should be favored right now to win the east because the more i think about the philadelphia eagles the sorrier get last night. My pain suga won the game with a seventh round rookie whose initials are be. Add measurement. anthony do nucci. all new. Probably almost certainly played his first and last. Nfl game and he should've wanted andy. Dalton would've won that game last night against not. Walk into a wins. It's give it to him. Winds are you going to go with that guy of quarterback. The guy you have told me is better than dak prescott which is laughably wrong this morning would you believe that. I'll give it to a wince. Would you believe he now has sixteen turnovers on the year through only half the year. Would you believe that. give it to him. Wince has more turnovers by himself than thirty other nfl team. Would you believe that the only team that has more turnovers then carson wentz has by himself is my dallas cowboys. Would you believe that. He has five more turnovers. Then kirk cousins or daniel. Jones danny dimes pennies. As we're gonna see tonight. You might have a season that we thought james and put the ages he worth enjoy last year. Might be so. Would you believe that last night. I must admit it. Delusional might be today. My defense actually showed signs of life. That's what you should be impressed with. I am. I can't help myself. I start flashing back to what i saw. I saw rays of hope. I saw de law demarcus lawrence actually looked like he was going to earn his money last night. The best player on the cowboys deepened. He did i saw. Welcome back randy gregory. I saw him flying off the edge. Which i saw in two thousand eighteen when he had six sacks god bless him or knock on wood for him and the demons he continues to fight but if he stays eligible the rest of the year. I got a shot. All the smith has been a revelation. I think he sorta hit the mid year wall little bitty so running out of gas. But he's still a force on the other side of the ball. And i saw jalen smith actually run around and get to the right place that the right time. I actually saw donovan wilson. Blow some people up like we just saw. I saw him run around hitting some people. I saw wolf hunter. Actually hunt some wolf last night. I saw him make a few plays. I saw on below. He did he did. And i actually saw trevan digs. Hang tough like you have to do you have to have. No memory is a corner battle. You get smoked a couple of times and then you got him back fly. You picked him off twice carson. Wentz gave you four gifts just barely into the third quarter. And i'm thinking. Wait a second. My team actually jumped out to a three to nothing lead. Or you believe my cowboys had the lead over the eagles. This happened at philadelphia. And i'm thinking wait a second. Yeah it was three field goals like you say fifty nine yards forty nine and forty nine but still i look at what happened in the third quarter and after trevan digs with stefan digs and over. Their shoulder caught it over on winston the end zone and then ran it back. Thirty three yards here. Came my dallas cowboys. And would you believe on that drive. They started doing something. You've called four all year long. Just run the football. You've got a kid in be a d. A quarterback who last night was was truly. Just be a d. you he just can't play. I'm sorry flinching at the rush. He's throwing wild. Hi no it was wendy. I know chilly drizzly. I got all that but he was just awful bad. Bad was and yet he can hand off right. Handed off to zeke. Look what happens. Zeke goes nine six eight and then wait a second. Here comes tony pollen a love toni. Pollard i have from the start. He's got a little more zip a little more. Wiggle to what i thought you say. I thought he was. Go get upset because we asked to come out after nine eight well did. But pollard is such a great change of pace. Because zeke doesn't have sudden to anymore he lumbers through the whole and it's not bad but it's not twenty sixteen zero but tony pollard. Gives them a little burst in the defense back on its heels because he goes seven and nine and all of a sudden. It's second and eight at the twenty philadelphia's twenty six yard line we have a chance to go up sixteen to seven which which would feel like thirty six seven in a game like that and all of a sudden what is killing more. Call a gadget play a trick. Play what are you doing. Can we see the trick plight. Cedrick wilson who is a high school quarterback. He's going to throw out. Wait it's fletcher cox. He's gotta throw reverse past and you lose one hundred yards. Felt like you lost a hundred yard. What are you doing no killing you. Got him on their heels. Just go roads. And that's that's the weakness of the defense is the why night is that you can run the ball down the ham but you. Why are we doing in that situation. We had zack. Martin back when we had a symbol of hope in the in the interior line. Where actually your gashing them. You had the game in the palm of your hand and then you go backwards and you wind up with zor line field goal from fifty two and he missed it with the win carter or he knuckleball did because he kicks the weirdest kicks i've ever seen. He won last night. That was pure as the driven snow. Right down the middle but most of them go left right left right in right. that would just went debt. Write a complete banana slice over and it was probably windblown. But i don't know yet here we go. Philly goes fifty two yards nine plays. They scored the two point conversion. It's fifteen to nine and yet here we come again with an eleven play forty yard drive and we get down to fourth and to thirty five yard line. And i'm thinking maybe maybe and could we see the play. That happens with old new chick quarterback andy dalton could make this point. No no don't don't don't don't go that way. Don't go that way. And the ball gets tipped as he's throwing it and it goes nowhere. That was the ugliest play of the night for the dallas cowboys. No no no just throw it. Yes throw it with some conviction no no and we turned it over on downs but we hold fill in my defense rises and shines again and we get the ball back and again we go. Eleven plays forty yards and old new. Throw here and there. He found jolts a couple of times. Because the tight ends the easiest. No doubt find tied in right and again it comes to third and six at the twenty one yard line. So you're all the way down to philly twenty one and we're still israel to nine. We got shot right okay. And it comes to turn six. This is five eighteen. Left in the fourth quarter. If we could see what happens here. No football no. He gets blown up. They send the house. Adam jim schwartz is. We knew he would. And here's the problem with this play. Vinnie comes up with the football. Queenly i got no problem with that. But he's down and connor williams actually wrestles the ball away from him. But he's clearly down down as you can be he's down. You got a whistle. that play dead. It's not a loose football at that point. You've got a call it down deal. Curtis do what you wanna do. You want him to and he he. He wouldn't fight for andy dog last week but he's fighting for the football and actually blows up to play again so it was double jeopardy on one play because then he courage should have been whistled down. He's on his back with full possession. The ball being touched by connor williams. It's your ball right there. Well that's it the philadelphia thirty five yard so maybe my defense can hang on and maybe you get one last shot which i also they could still be out there trying to get it in the end zone right now and he couldn't get in the end. That's what i believe but the point is we quote unquote even got robbed on that play. Am i going to kick and scream about that today. No i'm not because how could i defend this. How can i even work up any mad about a game that you have a seventh-round quarterback and by the way. Nbc pointed this out last night. We have little cronyism at work here because the late brother of mike mccarthy in in a suburb of pittsburgh actually coached d. Or talking about benjamin anthony domenici when he was in like middle school. Okay so again. They wound up in an elevator together before the national championship. Game in dallas and d'ici introduced himself to mike mccarthy and i'm sure he told them used to play for your late brother and so there was a little connection there and i'm sure when they got around seven in the draft mike saying why don't we take this kid from james madison. He's a good. It's brooke right okay. So even that. But andy dalton is coming back and yet i look at. What's coming that. They're going to lose to pittsburgh and i'll be i'll be honest with you. I still can't make a case. They're going to win another game. I'm not sure which it is. They get washington on thanksgiving at home. It's not like they're bringing brady back to bring it back. He's been looking at with you. I still think andy dalton is better than carson wentz. But that's just me that's just me okay. So they've got pittsburgh then. They got washington. Scan down the schedule. They got washington at home. On thanksgiving is a winnable game. Then i thought could they win. Could they beat the rookie. Joe burrow cincinnati. Did you see what they did to tennessee yesterday. Right joe burrow. And by the way i heard joe burrow after his game say would you believe we played today with four of lyman including one. We just signed on friday. We started at right guard today. Okay we'll doesn't. He have excuses. He lit up a really good tennessee defense and they won the game. They won it pretty easily. Thirty one to twenty okay. Can my team go win there. With andy dalton his home coming to cincinnati i know. Could they win a game or two here or there. How can i argue for philly winning this division. Because i look down their schedule. And it's not that easy. And you're right off the giants. I'm not but philly gets a buy. And then they go to the giants they go to cleveland. I don't know what to make a baker and company right now. They're up and down hot and cold then it. This phillies scheduled. They got seattle at home. At green bay new orleans at home at arizona my god then at dallas and then washington washing already beat them to start the year. That's my thanksgiv- that's west. Believe washington is more major player than the giants. Not not to say. But i don't believe anybody i don't believe any of these teams there teams that get on a roll and they were five or six game to close at the end of the year and they win a division a lot of tennessee. Titans last year they got on a roll ended up getting into the vision and they get to the championship game. Do you believe anybody who's division can put together three wins in a row. No i do not impossible. It's impossible they're all bad. And i know that somebody has to win. You said has to win the my defense. Would you believe my defense. Just held carson winston company ed philadelphia on sunday night football to fourteen points. Because remember there's a scuba score and there's we took a safety at the end of the game just to try to bamboozle them into it. Almost didn't you questions killed telling do they realize that you can fair. Catch all the kicked off. You compare it was so short that the guys who are able to fair catch were too deep to come up and catch the weight of blow. I know it's terrible. Why they did it out. That's why you see it happened. We championship may we didn't safety skip. But we kick the ball off in the ball in the air and the guy was so deep it hit the ground we jumped on it and we never looked back. You compare catch a put. You compare catching kickoff empty. So do they. I don't know everybody just stood around looking like what happened. Do you want offensive. Linemen to fair. Catch it because that's what you're up against. We lost the game berry way. Bill belichick did the us endeavor stoke the safety kicked off to the guy's not realize that they kept it hit the ground. We got it but it pinned us down at the five yard land. Okay we got about ten yards. It went about eighty yards high in about ten yards long. And that's why. Because i i got you give guys opportunity get down. There stands punted. He punted the hell out of it. Got caught up in the area but greg ward returner. Yeah he should have been up closer to fair. Catch that not have this scuttle it would cut. This could have been it. Could've worked in the cowboys fabricate time dallas cowboys played at philadelphia. It was for all the marbles back in december and guess what happened though the mayor point. Okay we got nine boys so so we got nine both times. So what's not to like about nine nine broke and last time carson win scored seventeen and beat us. Seventeen to nine this time. His offense scored only fourteen. So why wouldn't. I be delusional about my chances. Maybe we're just better than philadelphia. Holo you you remember. You had complete arsenal leisure. You had task. Smith's you had your whole office allow college as it got nine with dak. Prescott starting quarterback our starting quarterback. He had a bum shoulder able to practice that week. But that's no excuse. He was out there. He play said i can do that. I can score nine at philadelphia. And guess what he did is look. Let's be all the way is too bad teams. Play a last night. That's not what you would. Nbc envision having sunday night football they did not envision this no but this is what it is and the only reason they kept his match-ups give because cowboys they would've loved like flakes. I don't know if you can flakes week seven but they would've loved affleck's out and as usual. The cowboys played a wildly entertaining game. And i'm sure it will just rate just finding out the cowboys nobody cares. They're two and six. It was the accident. Anybody okay it looking at the cowboys yeah. I wanted to one another game. He don't watch the cowboys. You rubber neck. The cowboys right. My man new j- he threw for almost twice as many yards as two or three or four. Yesterday that's pretty good at some point in time the women y'all got three wide receivers running back and what. What does that should want. You wouldn't know the steelers do come to town. Easier took hiring is challenging. Especially right now when you have so much on your plate. Luckily there's one place you can go. Were hiring is simple fast and smart place. Where growing businesses connect to qualified candidates. That place is ziprecruiter. Dot com slash approach. Ziprecruiter does the work for you. 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And i think the thing was that they asked him to go back and pass them in the first play of the game. Aaron donald says hello. I don't know if you know me. Allow me to introduce myself. 'i brockers introduced himself more than one and knocked the ball out. He flipped the ball alexander. Just absolutely body slammed into like welcome but gets let's give he got up so he's okay. I'm okay with this. Yeah but if i were to tell you. There's one team teammate. Had three hundred and twenty six more yards than team b. They had thirty one first. Down team had eight years down l. a. persist about thirteen more minutes to their team out but team may also had four turnovers. They gave up with coupons gore. They gave a punt return touchdown and they also gave a fumble return that went back to the one yard. Line you that explains why they lost the ball game in that explained. Why the rams lost ballgame. The ramp played right. And i don't know who needs to hear this but you know the miami dolphins possess the number one scoring the in all of football very very sound football team and i said look. I don't necessarily agree with the decision. But i understand black. Brian floor is the head coach. Have the vision in what he in direction he wants to take. This down. still has a boatload of draft picks. yep thanks to houston texans. That's another reason bill. O'brien jobs but to it. Didn't have to do a whole lot. What what is up the yard skipping. Three a dozen a dozen collegiate nothing really down the field but when you get in a situation like this skip don't do anything crazy. You don't have to prove that you can throw and go get three hundred yards passing the football. There will be a time and a place that they're going to ask tour to drop back and throw the ball thirty forty times and he's going to need to be able to go get your three hundred yards. Maybe three plus and a couple of touchdowns. But this wasn't a game for that because jerry golfing the rams offense they here we're going to help you get your first victory. We don't give scoop and score couple of dole's and we're gonna give you two interceptions. The rams played awful. And i did not envision them playing. That's why pick the rams the win knowing there weren't gonna ask torture door whole lot. Not in his first start but the rams and detroit motor silver platter. This is why they lost but this is something for two or to build on now. If they think moving forward he could play like this and they're gonna win game. I don't give them how good it be. He would have to do more what he did yesterday. Thank you which is why. I have proclaimed to the luckiest first game starter. In the history of the national football league he got away with ninety three total yards passing. Twelve completions out of twenty two attempts and a qbr grand total of twenty five. That's on scale zero to one hundred. That's not good about good. He was so lucky he was playing a god that i now call jared cough as in beard cough it up because he was coughing it up. Maybe even worse than wince was two hundred sixteen draft quarterbacks. Don't know they got their money and they will give it back. They are giving back to the opposition. Now jared cough it up. Starts off by three hundred interception to christian wilkins were. He's zone-blitz right. And if we can look at that he. I think we have them all at once. Yeah here we go in and that was returned to the rams thirty three yard line. And here's comes the fumbles sack fumble in that gets scooped in scored with this is horrendous. Just horrendous and then here's another interception that didn't hurt them actually. But then pretty quickly we get another sack fumble that almost by kyle ban the patriot turn dolphin. He almost scored with that. If you're going to do that and you realize that all happened in the first half yes. Well look at what happens to the score. It goes four. Actually the rams scored. I and yet the christian wilkins interception allowed a short field touchdown and to a made one throw the whole day. It was devante parker and it was one of only two targets. He he had and he caught it. For three yard touchdown against an all out blitz and to a did to his credit he hung in on this throw in whipped it over the middle to a single covered receiver who got fouled on the play. It was actually pass interference over the over the top and that was as impressive as it got for to a because the scoop and score touchdown makes it fourteen to seven and then all of a sudden here here we go again with the. We didn't mention the part returned. Td grant and went eight yards. That made twenty one to seven and then there was the interception and then the almost score by call vanoy got it down to the rams one and and that suddenly makes it twenty eight to seven and we're still in the first half okay. Well to gets taken completely off the hook for his opening sack fumble that led to seven nothing rams because he didn't do anything the rest of the way and to all your points about the stats. They went three of twelve on third down. That usually won't were know to your point when when you only rush for fifty five yards and they rushed for one hundred and thirty one. You're probably gonna lose that when they throw for three hundred and forty yards and you throw for only ninety total yards. You're probably going to lose. The rams had ninety two plays. The dolphins had forty eight and as you said at the time position was completely lopsided thirty six minutes or twenty four minutes for the visiting team so the visiting team did everything but hold onto the football had to and it just went gift gift gift gift and when you have four gifts then then to a dozen have to do anything to me if i were grading too i just say this was an incomplete right because he had ten incompletions right so what what should i say about to. I don't know what to think about it right. I still have my doubts about him. At six foot quarterback who got hurt had five different surgeries reportedly at alabama shannon. Sharpe always tells me hurt and colin short prose had a career threatening hip injury and had a track team of receivers at alabama. Just a devante. Smith is bad man. I he's going to go. Hi hi is and again. They had joe. God bless joe waddell. He got hurt last week and has gone for the first round he. He'll be a first round pick. They were loaded. They had four. He was throwing the four first round picks and maybe fifth in nausea harrison. Who caught a bunch of balls. The other night left tackle. Go probably going to go in the first two rounds. Thank you thank you for all that. They are loaded. So you're making my case. You have to be a little skeptical of what is. He's got a feel good about himself because he's competing internally against ryan fitzpatrick and externally against justin herbert. Well the joe burrow you'll bourboule was first pick in the draft tool was fit. The nerve was sick remember. There's a lot reports. That miami wanted joe burrow instead of two and they tried to trade up unsuccessfully to one right because they got draft capital. And you look at. Although the record is not indicative. Just herbert is playing out of his mind. He's playing every bit as good as joe burrow. If you skip i mean. They've lost three straight games in which they've had seventeen point or more lead three consecutive two picks yesterday. And that's what got a costume against kansas city. Yeah they were dealing. And he picks on blah blah. He is throwing lots of. He threw three more touchdown passes to yes. He's dropping dominated toward the guys holding the guy and he put the ball. Where only god could get you at one hand so daily. But he's going to have to cut down on the turtles because they were in control of that ballgame and then all of a sudden turnovers allowed denver to get some confidence and they ended up winning late in the ball game. We buy her magic spoon. Oh isn't yet magic. You back on that bandwagon out band. Look my homeboy. He owned different. You're against the jets. Don't do that but look skill to like you said. Yeah this is a this is an incomplete took that hit early and then he only got hit one other time. He only took two hits entire day. And that's what you got to keep them clean and you know reading all the reports they said. Look we gotta go to because we got. Basically we got four. Picks in the top two rounds. What do we. Espn reported that yesterday. That was a big reason. They throw him in as early as they did either. Doing dropped off his. Do we need another receive and do we need a running back or quarterback now. I don't believe they're going to be high enough. Skip to get. Trevor lawrence adjusted fields. Now everybody keep talking about trevor lawrence. But i've been seen quarterbacks every bit as good trouble over. I told you last week. Justin feels that quarterback from byu waking over the qbr lead. All he does no touchdown passes that alabama given. I don't know what he's going to be. Maybe it's the tried team again. I don't know i'm not loving it. But he's playing it. I got in. Everybody loves that trae. Lance and i have not seen enough to know a little bit championship game last day. So but look if incomplete. He didn't have to do a whole lot. And i'm sure. If brian flores headed grebe he wouldn't have to do all the rest of the season. Yeah but there will come a time. There will and their the team's not going to turn it over. You're not gonna get scoop score. You're not gonna get return of dow in two of going to have to throw yup and we know this team. The miami dolphins of all people a ride on buffalo's tail to win the afc. Yes because speaking of tail end of the patriots are now bringing up the rear not vision that what is it. Lo- the jets. The jets are not jets. Got trouble lower this. We won't travel. Feels they to get one of these quarterbacks and they end up trading sam darnold yep because you get to know what picks it might not even be up on sam donaldson pros but there's like. Nah they just believe that. These guys coming out are better than he is in trouble hours ago. He cut his hair. He might shave his. You go to ability. Like i won't know parts of new york agreed All right well. You did mention the bills and the patriots. So how are we talk about. Exactly what happened there because the bills did manage to get their first win against the patriots since twenty sixteen yesterday guys buffalo regained the lead with four minutes to go and new england had an opportunity to at least tie the game with a field goal. Late minute left cam. Newton's broke away in the red zone. Buddy fumbled the ball ending any hope for patriots win shannon. How much blamed as cam deserve for this loss. Can't play better. Let's give you can't turn it over there. Not good enough to overcome campbell mistakes especially at that point of the game that wanted to give him the game's over. There's only thirty one seconds. You've got to talk. There's nothing else you can do. They're going to need to get out of there. But i thought they ran the ball. Well have you look at what they did to hit thirty four russia taleb's one hundred eighty eight yards five. Point five kerry fifteen candidate fifteen twenty five attempts a hundred and seventy four yards. He didn't turn the ball over. But that one crucial turnover. Our turnover. The not created equal skill. When you turn it over and where you turn over yeah greatly greatly goals to whether or not you're going to win or lose the ball game. Which turning the ball over at that juncture. Skip because it works. Can you feel at least we'll get a crack. Feel who knows we might get a walk off touchdown and win the game but we'll never know what happened in in a situation like that has the no skill is just not good enough for them to get you down because you in field goal range. They got attacked. The ball. yellow cam has to be better to have a better understanding and he knows that nobody feels worth this morning because they're right there. There were so close. They played well enough starting to game. Let go again new england. Y'all by the by the cat another air and they thought these scratch they saw with no gear more. I thought the defense played well with no stefan gilmore that other than but they don't really have any. They really can't president quarterback on a consistent basis. They really never could once they let chandler jones go the only guy that could really go get pressure on the quarterback but cab just has to do a better job of taking care of the football. He had fifty four yards rushing touchdown. Yup but when you look at jakobi meyers. That was their leading receiver skip. I'll know people know this. He was a college quarterback and cam. Gay tim targets. That's what i mean that jakobi meyers ten target. Bird and for white had four right. Izzo izzo had three. Wow that's what camp working with. Nobody nobody here know care about that. 'cause you've got to get it done and he could have got a victory yesterday. I believe they will go win the game if he holds onto that bought. We'll never know. But i believe they will win the ballgame had cam security football. And he knows he's got to do a better job of that coach belichick preecha that maybe need to get one more balls. Maybe they need to hire them. Ballboys back you know who he bought in nobody ever fumble. They got more fumble this year than they ever had in twenty. You know who the ball. Just say another gratuitous. I didn't call them nobody's name. I'm just saying they never fumble and now all learn claimed mccain nobody to hold onto the tomorrow all of which is why i give cam newton zero blame for what happened yesterday. I give him high credit for them having to win so far because this is they've really bad. Football team cupboard is was left bare when brady went south to tampa. There's nothing left. He got lemonade out limits. I was going to use another expression. But you used that did you. Did you ever on. Friday is the santa recap you know the by scare you own you own store and start michelle so bear and because you left bear coach. What do you want to take the blame for that. And who are your big ticket. Items out ofter stefan. Lot of with brady. they're dead. Money went grown so skip but you have to factor that when you give these contracts and you let people willing to just walk out the door you have to understand the ramifications with dead money now how it works so i thought cam. Newton played extraordinarily well to get them their two victories. I thought he played supremely well at seattle on that sunday night and came within one play balancing it. Outside of stealing that game against denver it went to the wire and he had a chance on fourth and ten and misfire and then it came down to this yesterday. But but i'm with you. I thought they were going to score. It felt like they slightly outplayed buffalo all day for a fact cam newton slightly outplay josh allen. Who's in a slump. I know he got his left shoulder dislocated and he has to wear a harness on it. But he's just not the same. I realized the throwing conditions were as they were. In many places yesterday just flat out impossibly misery right. i realize it's gale force wind plus a little drizzle it. You can't get a lot worse than buffalo is not a place that you wanna play special it anytime because it gets cold. It gets windy. Because i've been up there. And all those conditions it rains it snows yup. But if you look at what happened down. The stretch of this game. Josh allen finally made a couple of plays and he made one throw on third and five from ten with four sixteen left in the game and he threw it to his rookie tight end. Gabriel davis in the end zone. I think we have this. This would've won the game going away for buffalo. This would have probably clinched it because it was so hard to score and he whips it into the end zone and tell me this isn't catchable there. He just goes right through his hands. I don't know what he's doing. It's like the ball's moving a little bit with the wind. But you gotta catch that one. And he's actually been pretty good and yet. That was the throw for the game that left the door open and all of a sudden they have to take a field goal. So now it's a field goal game and all of a sudden. It was moving on a little bit thinner heated. All of a sudden he starts. Okay i got it but you gotta catch. It's for the division. You know this is it. This has been your nemesis for all these years and to overcome them. Even though you're a rookie tight end you just have to catch it in the end zone just followed in. It's gonna move you just concentrate holland in in the games. Virtually over at that point and not virtually over but but again at least you've got overtime fresher but then here came campania. Jakobi meyers the x. Quarterback from north carolina state undrafted waiting for eight and then damir bird kid from south carolina who was undrafted in freight yards. Then he ran for nineteen. And i thought. Oh this cam look quite like you used to run. He he's numbering a little bit. He doesn't have quite the sudden as he used to have. But he's just still such a force he gets nineteen so now it's second and ten at nineteen thousand nine yards away and i thought he. He's going to cash russ. They're going to win this and he ran it for five. Before from behind zimmer. Just got a hand up and his cam said after the game high touch got a hold high tide and plus they got to timeouts so it doesn't matter it's thirty one seconds so it doesn't matter you you can run to begin it all the time you still good so they were. They were in prime position. Okay so cam made one huge mistake and as you said. It came at the worst time josh allen to one interception that was horrible but it came earlier in the game and did not end it for them. This ended the game. So if you look at the stats of this game there even steven right down the board even time of possession. It was even all the way home. New england was in position to win this game and because cam tries to do too much he couldn't close the deal. Who is the greatest deal closer in the history of this league. Well it used to be the quarterback in new england. How many times did he say bill belichick. He had fifty nine. Tom brady did. Fifty does have now fifty nine game winning drives in the fourth quarter overtime. That all time record well. How many of those games did he win right well. You just stepped into the winged cleats of tom brady. It's hard man. It's a lot to ask him. Newton it'll break. You would have broken already. But he hangs tough. He always takes full blame after the game. It's on me. I got a project the football on and on and on but the truth is you're the reason they even have a semblance of credibility right now and yet to what are they now to and two five and five. I think they're going to have a hard time winning any other games except the two jets games. Yeah it's it's gonna be tough lead. Don't count them out. You know go to be ready to play but like you say. It's going to be tough sledding movie. I'm counting. I'm out coach. Bill checks defense. Yesterday gave up one hundred and ninety yards rushing to a third round rookie. Name's zack moss. This year and the third rounder. From last year devin singletary. They got one hundred and ninety yards rushing. So if you can't stop that at buffalo you'll probably what would that was. We thought this last june you when they had the yellow those guys before they opted out because a covert and a lotta. Those guys left via free agency. Yeah cleveland started this cause remember what we were. Oh they will behind so you know. They really cared. They were so far but at so far. Hey that let's run does it. And all of a sudden saw. That's not that's not an accident and they're just that bad at stopping the run and then we saw lamar jackson and his company. Roughly two hundred plus and we saw a lot of derrick. Henry would really cool the guard. That was in his like okay. Well tonight on monday night. Football tom brady will continue to show up. Bill belichick into prove once again he was the reason for the doug is added. I am you tell me against any time team. It's at the giants realize. Yeah really. I told you the giants dangerous gioja. So so if joe judge gordon hey coach belichick treating. The giants had the eagles flat out beaten. You know that. On thursday night flat out beaten seventy three with the real. I andy dalton. He took over up. Try to win. We were the last time you had elite it. How besides last what was the last have. Can you remember league. The giants at the have look down seventeen to three in the second quarter so i just trying to figure out. What would the last time. You guys had a lead. You got probably the last game that they just beat the brakes of washington like forty three proud of you. Ask me the last time. They had elite on breezy the lead in that game at half skit. We did not have vision. Twenty twenty gotta go way steelers. Remain the only undefeated team in the nfl after handing the ravens. Their second loss of the season mark jackson came up just short of a game. Winning drive on the last play of the game the reigning. Mvp completed fewer than fifty percent of his passes and turn the ball over four times. Averaging just four point one yards to carry so shannon this question but is it fair to say that. Lamar jackson just can't win. The big ones is fair. To say is still early in his career skip. The he was the main reason they lost game yesterday. He can't continue to play the way he's playing and hope and expect them to win. Ball game it was his pick. Six they got it started for the steelers it was his fumble two interceptions and two fumbles and at some point in time if out gonna stop turning the ball over and he's gonna have to start playing better against the better competition because ultimately that's how we're judged. We're not jealous by putting up staff against willy nilly teams. Let's go back to what we would consider big gains two games against the chiefs. I don't count the first game because that was rookie. Start second starts getting so the two games against the chiefs the playoff game against the titans. So here what is embiid games. He's won in fix nine touchdowns eight interceptions fifty three percent completion. Six yard for a fourteen turnovers. What do you call the one. Who's the one that he beat. I don't know which one you're saying. Well he did abe okay but he had three at three in that game in overtime. Okay yep so. And his other twenty four stars. He's twenty three and one forty seventy eight forty seven touchdowns eight hundred. Sixty five completion. Seven point nine yards for tip. Thirteen turnover skill. He has more turnovers in his lawsuit in the big games then he had to get everybody else in all the other games. Yep if i maybe the dolphins in seventy two can say you know what we ran ourselves to a super bowl but since they invented the forward pay as the. Let's get you're not running your way to a super bowl. I don't care lamar register. Eighteen hundred yards because team will force you to throw a football and it's starting to wear on his teammates especially those on the offensive side that says deleted tweets. Hollywood with brown was decision having soldiers. If you're not going to use them and that's his buddy from from miami. I thought they were like soulmates. So we are so well let me tell you. It gets very hard to block forty times a game with. I only get one attempt one target my way if hard it wears own you because you keep telling you we're gonna throw it and skip as great as lamar and he was the mvp if you add it up through all this all of its playing. He's still on the two hundred yards throwing the ball per game. Yeah you can't you can't win term. You can't understate of says we dared you to beat us. Just take the flat lamar. You had the running back you the back in the flat the flat. Don't try to get the ball. There's a reason why got big it because he's thinking he wants to give you that. But you won't take it lamar. You don't have to be great. Every play was lamar. Jackson realizes that he's going to be everything does not have to be mad. Everything does not have to be historically great on every play. He tries to make everything spectacular. He tries to make everything highlight in getting him in trouble. And that's the problem. So he's going to have to be mahal. Gordon where put it makes teams get. He's not big his division and seems like he's found a resurgence. So the gather and and you see india coming in order for get lombardi. Get to where he needs to be. Okay how you do it. When you the afc you had to be bringing you had to beat manning if you wanted to represent you had to be known for two decades now going to the nfc. So he's opened it up now you got to go through. You'll have to go through homeboy. So lamar you're going to have to play better skip. He's going to have to play better than what he played yesterday because he he honestly skipped a beat. Be honestly blood. He killed a raven. Justin he did. They actually put up great yards. They did a lot of great things. But if you turn over four times even at home because they are one you're gonna lose going into score. Tumbles seventeen seven. He lets footwork right back. It when he throws the the flat and look at the total yards. Lamar's offense four fifty seven tends to twenty one was only three of nine on third down. Lamar was eight fifteen. That's pretty good. Yeah that's normal window game. That'll win it possession. You dominated that thirty five minutes to twenty five minutes. Can't turn over four times. Maybe maybe twice. You could get away with but you can't get away with four. I thought you just nailed it when you said you don't have to be mad. I think lamar is becoming a victim of his hype. Because he's a great kid. He's a try hard. He wants so badly to do this right. But in the back of your head. I gotta be i gotta be gotta be. I gotta live i got. What do they want me to be. We're talking about michael vick about this. Was michael vick experienced in atlanta. Started to happen the michael. We're gonna put our show. I got i got. I got no. You just got to win. You gotta protect football and make the plays that are there for you to make and sometimes there with your legs and when you take off you can just gash there. Nobody can run the way you can in pro football. He's the most elusive open-field runner. There isn't a gang. But if you're going to try to make a fourth in three play down near the goal line by cutting it up the middle you're not derrick henry. So he tried to. I think we have the play you know. This is the last big turnover he he tries to make. Four three with pure guts and heart of a quarterback draw. Did no i got it. But but they're putting a game in his hand. Yes and that defense is just to hell asics physical. You're going to get met at point of attack. And he did and he just tried to stretch the football forward and lost it. It didn't matter because you didn't get to the line ninety six ziggy hood. He made a tremendous center. The center had it and he says i'm fighting over the top uneven here because if he doesn't make that place believe lamar gift the first down. So here's my issue with lamar again. Can't defend him today. Even though i picked the ravens to win it all because he was the reigning. Mvp big home losses to playoff games. One monday night against mahomes and one yesterday against big ben rothlisberger. Their first meeting has been was obviously out last year. Okay so what do we have these four games too ugly playoff losses at home right even though he put up some numbers in garbage time against the titans last year they fell behind so quickly turned over so rapidly that he tried to rally them and put up big numbers because he did run with the football he had one hundred and forty three rush yards against the titans but they lost twenty eight to twelve. So here's the problem in those four games if you combine the floor to playoffs games losses mahomes at home and then what happened yesterday his his. Qbr for those four games as twenty four. It's pathetic scale zero to one hundred. And he has ten total turnovers in four games. You're gonna lose your home your at home. You got to home playoff game a good team. Did you get bit really with the exception. It might be. That'd be true this you'd east those teams in the play. They're pretty good. Yeah and if you look you mentioned this year against the chiefs. He threw for ninety seven yards. Yesterday he was undefeated to pursue planting with and today's in today's game. Now when i was in the league the ninety the when you put a quarterback completed pitiful of his passes but that was pretty good heard of they played not only complete pitcher brasilia. Parents right now. Sixty percent is not good with the way. They protect quarterback in the way the field is spread open. He was left and fifty percent. Yep you can't win like that. And by the way those home losses that i just detailed as he was seventy three of one hundred and forty four. That's fifty one percent. It's not good enough now. You're better than that. And against the average or below average teams last year. He was the mvp because he's shredded this by throwing darts right. There'd be games murray game at buffalo. Last year he just took my breath away. he's just dropping dimes throwing darts. I'm saying we're number the monday night game. I just rams have another perfect quarterback rating opened the season with five touchdown. Pass over three hundred yards against miami and then we saw what he did one game. You saw what he did against the patriots skip. We saw that sunday night game. How cold delegate. And code has an answer for everything. There is not a problem. That's that hasn't been saw. Belichick didn't slavic yup. He had no answer for this kid. But you look at what he's done against cancer. You gotta have to be if you want to get somebody who to be city right now. You have to be pittsburgh win out of this food pittsburgh right now. There's only one nice get remember. The to buy system is over. Only one by and pittsburgh and pittsburgh right now. Two games ahead of a raven margot the played battleship. He's going to have to be more consistent. He's gonna have to throw the football team's going to say we are not going to let you lead us without legs. Yup so the irony to me yesterday was the defense then held after that fumble got one last. Iran got a chance to save the day right and he tried to throw a little goal line. If we could see this past. And i thought this was the one place where he needed to bolt the pocket and buy time to get. Somebody opened my end zone because he just tried to force that. That's almost into triple zone coverage. Yeah it's not gonna work. He threw it. It was a really good throw. It's it's the only place you could go small receiver anyway but fitzpatrick's gonna get up something that like you said is going to have to be you'll have to break the pocket and by time kinda like what drew did yesterday against the bronco you see. They contain themselves from time. Like this hit a play own rhythm like that and they completely blow the coverage that they came in the number one team on defense in yards allowed. Right there really good. Yes so you're going to have to use your legs so he's got the identity crisis going. Should i break the pocket. I stay in the pocket and my pocket passer. Am i runner. It's hard man. It all fell right last year. Just being come down to come down. Nobody is going to care how you win. They just want to say that you want. And lamar hasn't played in these games. He hasn't played with. He had historic numbers. Give against the titans but we all know there were. they were empty calories. Yeah they were down. Twenty eight hundred number mitt. Nothing no we. we saw. What happened gets san diego. They offend the keep. La chargers kit. They were down by so much. Yeah eating out of the come back but they were empty they were already out of member. Chen to home crowd was chanting lack lack of great britain debris flacco back in. He's going to have to play better in these moments because these are defining moments but nobody legalize. it'd be cleveland. Yeah you'd be okay. Yeah yeah yeah. But if games like this brady made his main beating peyton manning you dating other big time. Quarterbacks playing big in the regular season and that's what you're going to have to do in order to get there. You look at drew. Brees that historic one. That he went on. He be paid manny. He beat a brett farve he. He beat the cardinals his name. Late at rams quarterback kill. It was a historic run. Kurt warner historic run all those. Mvp's that he had to be well. Lamar that's the table. That that's how you do. That's that's why you'd have to do it bro. I still believe in him. I believe in his football character. But i cannot defend. What else happened four times at home in his career so far you're going to have to throw the ball raw. Getting better safe cowboys lead at halftime against the eagles last night but couldn't get the job done in the second philadelphia's for two unanswered touchdowns including a fifty three yard fumble return dallas. Couldn't get their offense rolling behind rookie. Qb bendon cheese zeke and it was sixty three yards on the ground and dallas was only able to muster two red zone trips without sporran on either fox sports. Nfl analyst. michael vick joining us. This morning mike good to have you. I'm gonna start with you. Is it finally time to count the cowboys out of the nfc. East eighty dollars back. Next week dan. I'll give the dallas cowboys. Debenham benefiting the doubt of been new cheers the starting quarterback next week to nominate say absolutely because the one i know was sunday night. Football and this is big stage. I've played on. You know it creates a dramatic situation in. It could be if you feed into not they build the caught up in a little bit of that philadelphia eagles on the other side of the rivalry in is system. It is both Number of quarterback react and played away Not know he's a rookie to let me add that. But that was that was. That was something to watch yesterday on. Watch other rookies around the lead. It makes me question to some degree to dallas cowboys evaluation of talented times. 'cause i mean the any quarterback great again you know he gotta be evaluated from from the top down and you know downstream wasn't dead copying wasn't bad and you know i honestly telling my son you know look go play. Don't don't why this game. Because that's that is the ideal plan to quarterback Rookie i thought dallas cowboys competed and they hung in there so if they have more play or some more confident. Play the quarterback position. They had a chance. So all depends on anti doping comes. Back makes me agree. No they're not out of it. Because i don't see i didn't see anything from the eagles that were convince me there. Where does it run away with this division. I haven't seen anything for washington the cowboys and unfortunately the same. Somebody's gotta win. Somebody's gonna have to win this division in washington football team. Excuse me the eagles and the cowboys. I know we look the cowboys i know. We look bad but we're only game at washington was on the bye week. They next week there in first place so with all that being said no. They're not out of it to like. You just said if our evaluated the way i would evaluate a players. You know everybody waiting. Yeah it took him. He's not gonna be ready to play but what happens if somebody gets hurt in front of it. I understand you had given dakyns never been hurt. So you're thinking into new. She's going to have to three years to develop but what happened when that gets hurt his backup. Give her half the plate. Now you you import and he looked like it was jim fourth with trying to do too much too much. Why are you guys. Tom brady peyton manning about back there just to cook get it. Because he hasn't been in the league long enough to distinguish if big. Are they going to bail the not. And you see when they came. And they forced the fumble they just lined up in it they ran the exact same blitz. Then we'll hit with his with. Yeah they ran the faint blizzard. He didn't his he. Formidable this gupta score so it's no. Nobody's running division if you count. Six weaned is winning division as running away. Because i believe that's winning this division to have. They're not going to have more than seven. But i want to right now. The winner of the nfc east will have six. When you look at that schedule. You look at who they play who they be. Runoff beat three three games in a row skin. No seriously how are you getting to six for anybody. Past four well building on sirius. You gotta show me sick. I look at it right now. Even have three got named gave it to go. They should we have thirty three percent of the game. I don't see down the schedule. I don't see michael vick. I want to thank you for your objectivity when it comes to my cowboys. Because benjamin anthony genucel initials or be a d. And he would just flat out bad. I'm pretty sure be a d. Just played his first and last. nfl game. Because i'm pretty sure. Andy it's gonna come back and god bless this young man. I'm sure he's a great kid from james madison. He just doesn't look to me like he can play pro football to michael's i didn't see the arm strength. I saw wild. Hi a note. Was wendy drizzly. But i didn't see poise. I didn't see confidence. I didn't see mental toughness. I saw flinch e in an fidgety. And i got a bolt the pocket at the first sign of pressure and despite all that when i woke up this morning i thought my team should have won that game my team. Actually they forced four turnovers from carson wins. My partner calls calls him walk. Itunes wins i now call him give it to them wins because he gives it to us again and again and again everybody everybody. He is running away with the individual turnover race in this league. Because he's up to fifteen or sixteen which is size more than kirk cousins or danny dimes. That we'll see tonight on monday night. Football five more. That's carson wentz afloat and not only that but the fourth one came early in the third quarter and my team suddenly started driving not because of the new jersey because they started actually doing shannon call for them to do from the first of the year they started actually handing it to number twenty one and he goes nine yards six yards eight yards. He knew little risk because he he makes a lot of money and he needs a little and here comes my backup pretty good. And he's a good change of pace and tony pollard. He's got a little wiggle in a little burst to him. That zeke doesn't have and he goes for seven and he goes for nine and also winds up. Second and eight from the philly twenty-six. Wait a second we're going in. For what could be the sixteen to seven touchdown. That would feel like thirty six to seven and a game like this. What happened on the next play. A coordinator kill and more calls a trick. Play a gadget play if we could see this. Cedrick wilson is gonna throw it except he gets thrown for like a thirty yard loss. By fletcher cox. I don't know what you're doing if you just keep pounding and running running down their throats they can't stop you there on their heels but you think you got to trick them to seventh round rookie quarterback and it blew up in your face and they missed the fifty two yard field goal and that that to me basically was the beginning of code did say he had a tree plays up his sleeve. Charles i'll say this to the nutrients credit it looks like the dallas cowboys is trying to play a real conservative offense to a lot of strain passes get. It seemed like they wanted to get the ball out his hands and they didn't take the right approach in terms of getting him in the best opportunity to go out there and play with confidence. If you've got a young guy like that you have to get them involved early the game get them some confidence easy completions and get them into the florida game. But i guarantee you this at all said and done that will begin the half a billion dollar contract next year because this validates that dallas cowboys need that prescott on senator. I don't care about anybody else who starts out there. That get a half a billion okay but think back to the last time. Dallas played at philadelphia last december is for all the marbles in the nfc least dak did have a bum shoulder wasn't able to practice but my team managed to score nine points in that game which is what newt scored last night. He scored nine dax scored nine and carson wentz scored seventeen in december to win. Seventeen to nine. Would you believe my defense. I saw rays of light last night. I saw signs of hope by defense held carson wentz and company to fourteen points because there was a scoop and score a touchdown and a safety i guarantee you if the eagles had turned the ball over in december four times against that he was going to get more than nine. I would hope so. Good morning i'm andy would have gotten more than you might be right. You might be right. But they're in trouble. Get a michael. Help us out. What are you seeing from carson. Wentz what is he. Just become a turnover machine. Is he losing confidence. Should they think about playing jalen hurts a little bit more. what's up. Cut carson is in a good position right now. I may bid top of the division so he can take a step back in and going into the bye kind of look at the mistake sees may and this will give him a chance to just kind of loose. I lo- he did you know. Just take a step back from the game and you know just stop pressing. I think he's trying too hard. I think he feels like where the world is on his shoulders. Which it is. You know at at times of the quarterback position. But you know he's taking the brunt to the blame for everything and he said all the responsibility so he's on himself in his force him to try to do everything and you can't do everything at quarterback you gotta take one play. Time is hard to do when a game is moving so fast and we've got the ball your hands but i think is gaining more control over this team. He'll get better as the season goes on. I honestly bank built. He'd been getting worse. Skip into is losing confidence. Hell no. I want him to lose. Because you see those throws he keeps making because he has too much of a home. He tried to throw the ball game win. Thirty yards down the field into the end zone and they got him double cover. And you'd be one to try to thinking time eighty over juice and digs pixie. No his problem is he has too much confidence. Dave holding onto the ball. That i my the when they show on the twenty two the air. I'm like what the hell the there is. Nobody on that side of the field. There was no reason. Hold on to the ball just thought about the parking just throwing away now. What are you trying to do. He was on the other side of the. He's like talking to you. Don't dare michael vick. Just when i needed carson wentz to put me out of my misery with like a forty two three win i i wake up this morning. I'm reading mike. Mccarthy is saying like moral victory. We took a big step in the right direction. He's my mccarthy almost giddy after the game last night because my defense showed signs of life last night demarcus lawrence and randy gregory and wolf hunter and jalen smith. I saw signs of real life from start to finish or pittsburgh a real right. You got big being now. You got being those wide receivers that we will see how much confidence deal hair. Now i liked what i saw with de la de la. Look like the best player on the cowboys. Defense data de law that. I needed to see over the last year and a half that i haven't seen. Maybe this was what he needed to get going in the right direction because he was playing his tail off last night the corner they competed jalen reagor touchdown brown plenty of that out at the end i liked the concern of the competing dig here. There megyn dow but he allow only remember that that happened five years ago. He going to try to get back. You know why because he has a big brother star and you know how that feels and it gives you faith. I've got this right. He's going to be a player. He's gonna make pro bowls not one pro bowls. He going to be really good okay. So here's running this time yup Onsides talk time this year. Around this time of the year you start thinking about next year and guys stop hotter because it's a good chance juku be on the cutlets so reality started to kick in yet wanted to throw that out lama. Throw this out. what last point here. When i looked down philly schedule they get there by but then they go to the giants who knows that's like they should've lost to the giants at home. And then they go to cleveland. I never know what baker is going to do. but you. it's not an easy game. Cleveland and then here comes seattle than at green bay new orleans at cuyler an arizona then at dallas and then washington. Who beats you in the opener. You get them at home okay. Look it's not that easy on. I don't know if you can find me. Three winds down that stretch dog out of them was scheduled to skip. I know it's it's slightly easier just slightly known tangle by lower got his first start and i win yesterday against the rams in miami. The rookie quarterback was able to rely in his defense and special teams who counted for fourteen of the team's twenty eight points to finish with three passing yards and his first career passing touchdown. Twenty eight to seventeen. Michael vick is still with us this morning. Mike did you like what you saw from to us. Like what i saw to. Before i give to i wanna say i really like what i saw from the miami dolphins defense. This was like the ultimate case of big bro. Stepping up for low drove. I mean to his welcome to the nfl long. They not been around early earned. Donald got sean and then defence went on them. It's just like you know we don't do our part and we make sure that we give out young quarterback some cushion sole in that case. I gotta give a lot of props to the miami dolphins defense. Brian flores is really putting them guys in position to play well and taking advantage of every opportunity getting include yesterday. We'll talk you know. I thought he hugging. I said he had his moment where he got hit. Probably woke him up. A little bit nice touchdown pass in our has nice pronouncing Passes it wasn't pretty but he's wanna know You know moving forward just like the miami. Dolphins is open up for him. Open it up. Like the riott dispatching a lot of doda ball around the ought Plan against donald. I gained rookie game. Now that's why you know eats every other quarterback in league notice On so the only thing you wanna do in focus on is this. Get out of the stadium where the way in the best way. You can't deny not how you do a pass. The football run the football defense in order to get out of there. One doing lock was confidence. Moving full yeah. I agree with you mike. I thought he did some good things. They didn't ask them to do a whole lot. And i think that was the game plan. We don't need you to do a whole lot. The rams had three hundred and twenty six yards thirteen minutes time of possession. Thirty one first down to the dolphins at eight into a completed twelve passes but the rams turned it over four times in the first half and that is a recipe for disaster can normally if the cowboys any good when khartoum west turn the ball over four times. That's what happened to do. They should call them ale. Just like the ram but because us because unable to take advantage of that they ended up losing after getting turtle but it also helps when you turn the ball turn the ball of also skip book you get a defensive touchdown punt return touchdown as you mentioned at scooping score took one yard line get more times than not The team that did you go to win. The game gonna win the game. And that's what happened and like affairs. I think moving forward. They will add a little bit more a little bit more to tools plate if he picked scoop and score their gay point return tests down to censor their beginning. That's not going to happen. Teams are going to go to shut down the road. They don't afford to throw a football and that's what they wanna do yesterday. They couldn't force them to throw the football because they were so sloppy. The rams were sloppy the football themselves but to did what he needed to do. He got to win but he will definitely need to do more in order to move. Which is why. I have idea how to evaluate what did yesterday because it was next to nothing because he wasn't asked to do much of anything. It's gotta be the luckiest start for a quarterback in the nfl history. Because they took him completely off the hook against a team that came in favored by three and a half or four points with the pass rush. That got him early. Welcome to the nfl. Aaron donald guts football and brockers got two inches body slammed him and i'm sure coming off the career-threatening hip surgery. I'm sure he. He decided relief that he he got baptized. like rebaptized. well at least got through that one and yet if you told me friday when we were kicking around that the rams would hold to it to ninety three passing yards and that he tried to run twice and got zero total yards. I'd say. Ooh this got ugly ugly the other way and it got ugly because jared goff had a terrible had a carson wentz memorial give it to them game. I started calling him jeered cough and cough it up because i've never seen anything like this. All in the first half he gets intercept john zone. Zone-blitz that gives the ball christian. Wilkins got it down at the rams thirty three. And then they had the the fumble return for a touchdown. That's seventy eight yards so it second goal at the nine for the rams. You're going in for a score and all sudden it's sack fumble scoop score seventy eight yards. Now it's fourteen to seven and then jiechi grant returned the punt for eighty eight yards in touch announced. Twenty one to seven goff does another interception and then another sack fumble and as you point out shannon vanoy took it all the way down to the one and you get a gift. Little one yard touchdown will that all happened in the first half this twenty eight seven and a half time and two has done next to nothing so if you asked me to give to a grade i i don't know except incomplete right. What did he do. He threw one nice ball against complete all out blitz to devante parker who who had a little three yard touchdown. That was the only ball. He caught the whole game well. He's your go to guy to targets one three yard touchdown catch so what it's like. Tb on to because he didn't do anything awful except for the opening play but now what if you think about it we had two guys yes. We had three guys yesterday. That win games. Josh allen kirk cousins complete eleven passes now tool completed twelve passes talking with the game but timeout. They were doing it in high wind and rain. And he's doing it in miami. But i'm not condemning him. I'm just saying what am i supposed to make this nothing. Well if i come to class every day tournament term fatal time. Can i at least get a passing grade lethal. Did that before you go. I will give you a grade because you did kobe every day as you did. Turn the paper to okay but he got a qbr twenty five which scale zero onerous terrible. Great debate with people turned passion was able to endure. Yesterday that detonated said that about. I saw my first thought was against the dallas cowboys. I don't if you remember. I don't time cowboys fan. And i'll just say this after all said was said and done by the end of the game doug johnson was automated in and out every play and it felt like a pop won a game to that point. I was disappointed and embarrassed in new. I had to give myself so what tool was able to endure yesterday and what happened. It was just god given that he should be thankful he's like saying that like you said it may not be another week like death while long long longtime their read. Must have been your coach. You are in quarterbacks. Dan was a part of that. I've been a part of that. So dan rea learned it from coach landry in dallas. 'cause he tried to win in that did not work. It did not work right though. We got it right. Nope he did get it right. The dolphins defense dolphins possessed an scoring defense. So just don't put the ball in harm's way and that's what happens if you look at us. Two thousand ravens. Just don't put the ball in wake the likelihood of a team driving down the field. If you don't put us in harm's way is not very good. You look at his look at the bears. The eighty five bears. You look at the old to both if you had to drive. Contains lay down the field. Seventy eight yard the likelihood of you beating. That team was a very good so they were not going to ask to it. I start against that bond. Pass to drop back five seven step down the field trying to get the ball out of his hands. Quick hopefully in the rams played right into it by turning the ball over and getting behind now to do anything he a three and out because as long as he keeps you on a negative field. You weren't going to eat them. I think brian florez got a number on. Sean mcvay everything about superbowl. Last couple years was a look. It a rams to move the football and you know when i started to connect the dots like this is. What's going on this is what's happening this man this man. He knows what he likes to do and he took. It took everything away from this team and they wanted to be and You know that's what you're supposed to this past this weekend. Petro football returns as arizona. State takes on usc in the big saturday game of the week on fox or over on f s. One in the big ten michigan battles indiana. Both of those games are saturday at noon eastern and has always also available streaming live on the fox sports app so that means guys early. Were game in la saturday. And how about this though. No bills managed to get their first win against the patriots. Since twenty six sixteen buffalo regain the lead with four minutes to go and new england had an opportunity to at least tie the game with a field goal late with under a minute left cam. Newton broke away in the red zone but some of the ball ending any hope for a patriots win. Michael vick's still with us. I love having your mic on monday. There's so much to talk about. How about this. How much blame does candidate serve for. The loss cam deserves the blame for this woman. And you know if you look at his postgame press conference can take this on the chain and this is the title play that i can personally say as quarterback. Aren't you for a lifetime. A it'll be hard to get out with this. One could be a detriment to the success of the pages moving forward and you know camps miss dukes if say the deep dive into it and acted just vividly remembered. Nah nah has got veteran memories. But it was like yesterday. You know being with the philadelphia eagles. The plan game in pittsburgh and having to come was in a game two costly fumbles and even though we finished the game that we was leading going into the fourth quarter. He gave big-band chance to come down and kick a field goal to win it. But if those two fumbles when it never happened in owego we go to form one win. The game The net go to three and to end the season foreign swelled and that apple like those two plays was a detriment to ask season. And i think we can look back at this morning. He headed says is going hunting for a long time. Because ultimately the guys ball has got to protect it. S we taught in football routing number one and this is certainly going to stain is nowhere rounded and sometimes you got to take responsibility for your actions and i think this is the case. The cam right now are agree with you. The new england patriots give or finding out what is like to be the other team because the new england patriots the way they played now skip. They gotta play the wear and hope they're in the ball game late remember. Everybody would play tom. Brady and the new england patriots. Say all we wore the chance to possibly win the game late in the fourth quarter. And how many times have we seen the patriots players script. The ball on the receivable or running back or quarterback skip to hold onto a victory and the very thing that they've done so well over the past decade. They had the very thing happen to them. Here they are in the ballgame late with a chance to possibly tie or win the ballgame and zimmer come from behind and punch out and boom there goes the ballgame and km. Has he accepted responsibility. He understands that coach. Belichick wanted the ball in his best players hand. In that moment cameras their best player he had the ball. He must secure it and he didn't and that's what it comes down to. It came down to that because they ran the ball. You couldn't ask for anything better. One hundred eighty eight yards running the football five and a half yards per carry. Km threw the ball in those in those conditions. And you had a chance with under a minute to go in the ballgame where bare minimum tie. What a potential chance to win the ballgame and cam just must secure the ball. The most important thing is not first downs. It's not yuck if you don't have the ball. What good is the first down. I believe they would have won the game. Now we'll never know. But i believe with the momentum that they had generated they were gonna win this ball game and camden secure. The ball buffalo did a great job of punching it out and that ended. I'm gonna disagree with both of you guys. Only because the degree of difficulty for cam newton yesterday to even put the patriots in position to win a game at buffalo against the team leading. The division was extraordinary. His three wide receivers going into this game. all undrafted jakobi meyers and went all the way down to garner. Oh chef ski like this is what you're working with your demeer bird. These are all undrafted kids because bill belichick has let this roster go from bad to worst. The cupboard is bare. And i thought cam in the high wind and the drizzle played very well just as he get. He played well enough for them to win a couple of games. He's been in the lone bright spot for this whole team. He had them in position to win. He's trying to do a little too much. He didn't as he said after the game. Go high and tight with the football. 'cause you got to and he made one mistake but only one the whole day it wasn't like a carson wins game wasn't a jared goff game it wasn't just fumbled interception fumble. He made one key mistake. But it was the mistake and to michael's point is gonna haunt him the rest of the week. It'll on the rest of his natural born days knowing cam the competitor as we do he'll take it to heart and keep dart but end this. This is why tom. Brady's greatness shown the brightest over the last three years he was playing with next to nothing especially last year and he kept pulling rabbits out of his hat with undrafted. Free ages that he was throwing too and no gronk last year obviously and had them in position to win the two seed afc. Well tom brady simply has the most game. Winning drives in the fourth quarter and overtime in nfl history with fifty nine. And now you've seen cam have three shots at three late wins to pull it out of the fire. You had the denver game at home. He had a fourth and ten is a little bit of a long shot. But maybe the seattle game was from the one yard line with one. This is it do or die from the one and we all agreed you should have bounce it outside and he almost surely would have scored in that game yesterday but he stepped in to the hardest cleats to fill in the history of this league. You're trying to replace the goat in new england and it's hard man and i thought he's. He's played extraordinarily well and did a lot of good things yesterday. And i still blame bellichik overall much more than i blamed cam for just yesterday. Well i think the thing is when you look at it. He had those same undrafted players throw into that had him in that position. They had him in position to win the game. You can play. Because he fumbled now the undrafted players. They let him down. No cam head. The ball coachella tricks. There's no we're not hearing about. We're not handing it off to anyone. Km qb drove qb neighbor. Be piled housed so no and that it goes to show you these quarterbacks that have all these come from behind victory. Think about all the time that they've done it in how many times things can go wrong. We came in situation. This is three times basically this year as you mentioned. He had a chance to possibly pulled this up and get done. And we've you buy go a year or two years and see tom. Brady like this. Get it done or peyton manning. That's the thing cam just has to hold onto the ball. I would have loved to see head. He held onto the ball the outcome of this bone. I think they believe they're for touchdown. Not kick a game tying field goal. They're going to win a couple of days ago. Cam reiterated a couple of times that. I don't care who out there. I don't care who receive resolved with the personnel. Looks like the name on the back of any jersey on my side. You'll montaigne as long as i know what i'm doing. Then we have a chance to win the game. I can't believe in side. And he just believing in the system and the guys abramowicz his spread. It would oppose the have as a starting quarterback next the confidence that that cam has. I think in this situation you know similar to carson wentz. You know he just lost focus trying hot you know and when you turn it over turn it over you know it becomes a big party psyche and i think cam is villa with that on a very high level right now and he's trying to do a lot of his always trying to throw to. The world is another guy that just leads to step back you know. Just look at the film and simplify things and it's easier said than done. It's easy to say from. This chair is easy to be safe from. But when you out there man you gotta live in a mall but we talked about this. We knew what was in new england as far as what was it in new england from the skill position. We say if cam is not twenty fifteen kale. This thing could get ugly. Yeah he's going to have to be. Mvp that's what he was going to have to be in so now he's not that it is bad. There's no question running. You can have your koby miles and bird and all of them eight if i to our dip. But that's what cam is playing with. But in order for in order for cam to have this team in contention or forget continue for. I'm talking about the be a decent. He was going to have to beat him. Bp came in with a simple of that he was gonna have to play like he played in two thousand fifteen. He's not playing like that and they're not winning and so if he can't get back some resemblance of that. I don't know what what are we looking at. Maybe two three more we. It's tiny two jets games. That's what they got left. The most importantly camps planned with future right now and if there isn't a district for next year been you know here goes. It helps so he asked get ready for that and and you know coach ballot check probably knows this season is probably gonna not gonna end the way we wanted to but you know we can't end with some positives if we can plan for your future is something that he really needs to focus on right now. All i know is if bell check had the audacity start. Jared stood them from the start and not sign candidate window. They'd be owen separate thank you. That's why can't and cam hasn't played particularly well but he knows that coach belichick notes. That can is way better than brian. Hoyer engineers did him. He got no chance of winning with chance. I'd say camel any day. I'd say cam smoke quarterback now steelers remain the only undefeated team in the nfl after handing the ravens their second loss of the season. Lamar jackson came up just short of a game. Winning drive on the last play of the game and the reigning. Mvp completed fewer than fifty percent of his passes and turn the ball over four times. While averaging just four point one yards a carry. Michael is still with us today. So mike how concerned are you with the mars regression this year. Not concerned at all with off. I think you can teach do anything. Anything possible on a football field and he can conquer it. I think he's just a talented. I think he's competent. What i am worried about. Is this game the baltimore ravens running their teams catching up with this game. And what. I don't want to happen happen. Which iran tell on the gregg roman offense and his offense could be dynamic and i love what they do and they can come out into your shocking times but you know when things have a chance to scheme it it tends to slow downing and get stymied a little bit in is not a slow on a as as we would think it should be and i think the will you know victim of that right now. What they have to stop doing. Because i know they're getting a ton of eight-man boxes and i'll probably watching film on them. Take advantage of you know the one on ones outside. You know we know they like to play the game between the ashes with two tight ends and it easy to scan for atlanta. I said the market learn anything that you want to teach him. So the one on one taking advantage of the eight-man boxes you know you got it implemented that not mistaken the was vouching or got like tonio brown. You know throughout the offseason. A guy who can take advantage of the eight-man box one one outside and change the flow and the pace of the game. So you know there's no. There's no excuses you know to to live. We should think has been a regression lamont because what has been what you know when you run in the same scheme over and over again to catch will bet so base had have happened. You don't move forward fast because it's a lot of football players in teams out there that can scheme and how to stop. You know what you're trying to do if it all looks the same. i'm not over the concern regression. I'm more concerned with that. I haven't seen progression. That's what i'm concerned with and we keep talking about it. Because here's the thing might believe. He has the receivers. Hollywood brown can beat one on one coverage. I believe they have some guy that can beat one on one coverage but are we sure is well the marias right. Now that he can consistently get to that. And throw that incomplete that you're talking to a guy that if you look at skipping our talking about this earlier in big games listed three games against kansas city two games against pittsburgh and the playoff games he's won six nine eight nine eight hundred seven fifty three fifty three percent completion percentage. Might you know in today's game. If you're not in the mid sixties you bore java because the game is souls win open. The way they protect receivers all the incidental contact the way. They protect the quarterback. That's why you see a lot of these talk quarterback they sixty five seventy percent completion percentage if you look at his numbers against the other teams. He's twenty three one one twenty three loss one. Sixty five percent completion. Thirteen tunnel with other one is six. He's fourteen turnover so he turned the ball over in seven games more than he's turning over in twenty four games the regression. I'm not worried about regression. I worried about progression. Because in order for him to get to where he wants to be. He's going to have to call the pope ball. But mike got no you notice this temple. What are the teams that gave you problem and what to do and who was. Who was the db coach on tampa the head coach. Tony dungy with the head coach. Tom lewis my tablet understands. Okay this is what we're going to take away. We're not going to let him run. Well it we're gonna take away. Quick drove now if he wants to go progression and get the ball down the field have at it. We go to the middle of jacob hand. Hello job son was down the road but until he consistently do that. This is going to be a problem because in order for him to get to where he needs to be the last team that really ran themselves to a super bowl. Seventy two dolphins. If your quarterback can't make thrones. I'm talking about big time. Big time moments. You're not going to slow boat. So michael you have been a mentor to this young man big brother to lamar and i want to stress that you do not win the mvp of this league. By accident he has unbelievable talent and to me he has unbelievable football toughness football character football iq and yet what even though. I picked the ravens to win it all this year. Because the lamar. I'm having trouble with him mostly in big home games. That's what concerns me. Because both the playoff losses were at home. The loss to mahomes this year was on monday night football in baltimore and yesterday obviously was in your building and you got to defend your turf and instead he put the ball on the turf four times because obviously two interceptions two fumbles lost three. Fumbles total. you. Just can't do that and i don't know if he's trying to do too much at home shannon brought up the point that it's not madden and start to think. Well is he trying to be mad. Is he trying to live up to the height. You remember michael. What happened to you. The michael vick experience in atlanta were there times when you try to do too much because you were trying to live up to outrageous. Just run away hype address that if you would you know i. It's funny you said ask because my next take was going to be on watching the mind this game and year one always goes well. It's it's all ladies. You know things that that had surfaced that people never seen and you know versus four thousand yards in. It happened with me. My i in the west coast system. You win jim. More joining the forty nine. It wasn't the system for me. But i made it work. Iran closer bows a yards. Long story short. We went to the nfc championship game. And i'm thinking the next year it's going to be easy. We'll give back and team started to watch them. They caught up with this game. All of a sudden you know what i was doing wasn't working anymore and i'm like you know looking at. I gotta be this type of player. I gotta be dynamic. Got a rush was sort of the was certain on the us in. This wasn't bad because the defense is gain to stop the run and then take away the passing. I just felt it was. I was in a situation while couldn't win. And you get caught up in the things that you've done before and the successes that you've had you think it's just gonna come naturally but the scheme has to wall and that's why i say now we go through sustain go to some one on one type of throws you don't know regressed from that. We know he has to go out and do it and try it in to the speaking actually doing. And that's the only way it's to happen if not winning run up against the top teams embedded fences. We're going see we sing in the play offs and what we say yesterday because those guys scheme scheme extremist. Take away the things that you don't do so well that's the biggest key. The thing is is that you mentioned. Is that when you got to the nfc championship. Game against the eagles went to lambofield. You beat the packers and you say you thought it was gonna you were going to just take off from there the biggest key. Mike is adaptability. When i moved from wide receiver to tight end. There's one thing be present you skipping shoving you. It's a whole different ballgame when a linebacker the defense amid putting his hands on so i gotta get stronger. I gotta be able to fight through that contact. Well now okay. They understand he really wants to do everything with his legs. Let's take these legs away in. Can we make him beat us with his arms only until he can do that and we see what what is started doing my own. Everybody wanted to just drop people. Say you know what people to cover. What i'm going to take are running out going. Make you play me honestly. That's what you have to do. Tomorrow is going to have to doubt because of wanted to cut his legs off. He's going to have to now. Beat the with dr. And if he can't do that it's going to be tough sledding because big in that division busier my you know there's only one by so everybody got to play opening week. Gotta gotta pay a playoff weekend and mahomes is not going anywhere. You look at india. I'll know any looking real good defense and look real. Philip rivers is playing. Well so they have their work cut out or them. But they're gonna have to find a way a lombardo have to find a way to evolve and become. I'm not saying he needs to be brady or needs to be home. But two hundred but one hundred eighty her native five yards a game. Throwing the football hegel twenty twenty mingle credit and go ahead. Michael now i was gonna say the best slow fact six years later in my career in i learned to become a better passer. I just think now's the time to help lombok aggressive becoming a better person to the only way you can do that as the actually do would allow game action. Yup so hollywood brown has real raw track speed. He can run past people and he posted was at a tweet that he then deleted which took a shot at some body. the scheme gregg roman. It's just wrong that he's not getting more targets than he yesterday. And yet he lamar or homeboys. Obviously from miami right in there. I think they're very close. So i can't interpret that as a shot at lamar. It's gotta be back to michael's original point right. It's gotta be about gregg roman. This is shot. Coach is down inside. Greg brown you keep everything confiding by reference tyrod. Let's second year in buffalo. It was hot. It's hot rod and there was no offense generating the accident quarterback to do a lot more than once in the middle of the season is hot switch up because now you add different protections batman protecting six-man sometimes seven man and things get complicated. And you don't have enough time. So hollywood brown right you've got to take advantage. Put them on the outside. Let him wrestling goes did comebacks. Be dig routes you know about a game and then you realize the game this time effort into building a strong rents scheme support the passing game. But he will have at end of the day mike. He's just going to have to take what they give him. he has a flat route. That's holding the deep by. He tries to total over the deep guys. Here and the guy pick just take the plant route. He's working one side he had now he tried to come all the way back and the guy pigs or pig thick. You don't have to be spectacular every single play. You don't have to make every single play the defense one you know you know what they got. Throw it away okay. I mean you're only making plays. You're not the only ones that there's really good after lamar understand that. Sometimes the defense wins. Let them we. Just don't turn the football over you turn it over twice. They're going in for another score. He almost gets bud. Dupree the up seventeen seven. They're in complete control of this game. He told the nsf were steelers. Go right back down the field right. Back in the ballgame. Seventeen fourteen is mistakes that yup dislike cam. New logs woke up. He's wake up this morning. I gotta take the blame for this one. I got to take on. It was only now there. Aaron rodgers leads the packers in a rematch of the nfc championship. Game against the forty niners. It all starts at seven thirty eastern four thirty pacific on fox network and streaming on prime video guys the vikings and Johnny taft could not have been happier for the return of delvin cook who had worse than two hundred yards and four touchdowns in their twenty eight twenty two win over the packers rodgers threw for nearly three hundred yards and three touchdowns but rodgers fumbled the ball on bass potential game winning drive in the final seconds in the packers fell to five and two shannon. How much blame does rogers deserve for this stunning home loss to. Yes the minnesota. Vikings strangest game i've ever seen. I don't know if i've ever seen a game like this. Where basically you get four possessions and the teams going position in the first half. I mean if you really look at aaron rodgers just had two possessions scored he got the ball back right the right before the end of the half with like twenty five seconds and they ran the play so really here to possession the minnesota vikings had to possession they score touchdowns on their possession and then dowling. I don't get skill. Mike was an eight-man front and dalvin cook getting twenty thirty ten eight yards a clear. I like really in thirty nine. They don't persuading pair of screen brands to dalvin cook. And he goes fifty. Green bay. defense wasn't top notch. Is that okay you know. Maybe maybe twentieth skip yesterday. What i saw like. What is this. We just talked about. At birth cousins was level to fourteen skip. Let us do want an nfl game. He complete this nineteen everyday. That's eight nine thousand nine hundred sixty level of fourteen and they won the ball game because the the packers defense couldn't stop dalvin cook need to get a little bit money. Skip out you want to Roger the blame maybe the play that it through tainan that tiny laid out for give one percent but other than that. I can't put this this. I mean the guy was twenty seven hundred forty one. To ninety one three touchdowns. No interceptions mcgann. Were the two thousand dollars to picks and they're five into you. Want to put that on one on tampa late at feet us right here skip. I can't put this at his feet so help me out here. This is the greatest store. The football and the history of the game says the hall of famers shannon and. He's up against a one in five. Vikings team with the thirtieth ranked defense in points allowed coming into the game thirtieth ranked. That's thirty two points gang right. Well how did he put up. Only twenty two points on defense allowing thirty two. You have to have the ball down and cook with dabba whitman. Geigo thirty for one. Sixty three okay. Time out time of possession home team packers had the ball thirty two minutes to twenty eight minutes for kirk cousins and dalvin. Cook you wife. They gained thirty two to twenty eight youth. What was happening in that game. You saw you have little or no respect for kirk cousins. How many times do you think a guy is going to win a football game in which he has. Eleven completions and the defense doesn't score touchdowns. The spencer team doesn't score a touchdown or the office in the opposing office doesn't turn it over. How many times would that happen. Well it happen if you're running back runs while Million gives you cook with eight bucks. I thought aaron rodgers was transcendent. All i thought he could lift his team to win one in five division to hold up. I just thought you'll make foles lose again. Drew my thinking about you. Talk about how he saved carson without the he he lost the game went to overtime. Pretty good all. That does what. I do know this year in twenty twenty nick foles has more losses for the bears. That mitchell trubisky. Okay so now. We're talking about nick. Foles trying to change the subject from at aaron rodgers. Who lost at home yesterday scoring twenty two points against the thirtieth rank re really. The thing is we didn't really know fan. Oh there's no fan so now the excuses. There are no fans in green bay. And i know work. I didn't say they were paying in green bay. I'm there were paying that lambeau And then the miracle maker. That is aaron rodgers into game. He throws hail mary miracles. And you gotta know you gotta have that clock in your head. You gotta know who's coming from behind you stop it. Is he starting to get a little starting to get up there in that. Lebron wanna make sure you correctly you're supposed to have a clock your head to know. Somebody's coming not akhlaghi. Your head though is except when it's time to play at tampa bay. What happened aaron rodgers. He folded up like one of those lawn chairs at a tampa retirement home last three. Joe learns he scored zero points. It sound he folded yesterday. Her cousin alvin close to my guys plan on monday night. Football tonight to get a six in this thank you everytime the packers had the ball the scored or they reach minnesota's territory five offencive holding stalled out drives and we talked about. Remember that you remember. That guy was going bizarre chicago. People who are here were so another words. no turnovers no penalties. The last two games only work. Well we go well. The packers need air. Rogers need somebody. Well somebody but he put in his management face after the game because what he do is asked about receivers. The last guy i wanted. They they let go to buffalo right coumarin way to go. Aaron more shot that quarterback the packers defense. Right now how. They won a game right now wound. Who's at the quarterback to win to win a treated up to get. Oh i wanna know how the health of that they want to replace. Roger sooner than later you want to replace them soon so right now. We're sooner so how can you help us win. He's a diva and not a leader. I i get rogers all that need. I want to know how to do the draft. Pick up currently. It did not and yet here comes tampa bay you guys to read the also acres whatsoever traveling but i don't care after comeback win against the bengals last weekend baker mayfield and the browns offense. Not against the raiders. Yesterday baker completed just under fifty percent of his passes it only one hundred twenty two yards through the air sixteen to six loss. Oh shannon blamed. His baker deserve this one got a lot of credit for the winning last week with those five tests down skipping remember. He was like twenty twenty one last twenty one attempts. He deserves a lot data. You're gonna be better without. did you see it. We might need to come to grips. Come to the conclusion diesel baker mayfield probably going to be. He's going to be a guy that's going to be up in down in this notion that he's going to be the franchise quarterback because so many things have to go well in order for him to joy success. This might be who baker mayfield is. May we might need to come to that conclusion. Which is why. I'm giving him ninety percent of the blame for this three points. A game your favorite at home to win my biggest issue with baker. I'm going to say it again. If you allow yourself to be the star of every other commercial even that nissanheismanhouse. He's the star of blue. Who read has live sports. And then how about. I live in my stadium for progressive will. If you live in your stadium you should own your stay right. Yes you should protect. This house against the raiders. Yesterday i know the conditions were bad. It was raining and drizzly. And the wind was gale-force. I got it but you can do better than one hundred twenty two yards passing and of three points and i did think they might be a little three year on offense without odell heavy consciousness. They will get everybody learned about it attention because they don't have anybody fear now. At least they spill ldl even though he wasn't getting the ball. But this look if you play in cleveland you play in and you play in boggs borough. The conditions are gonna be bad. You don't play in miami tampa. You wanna get weighed. you're gonna get fleet. You gotta get snowed. You're gonna get thirty forty miles an hour win this noise you people as shannon. What about coq. They expect me to go out there and make played the case to football is cold for everybody. Do not like the heated rooms baker by himself. He didn't play wale. he needs to play better. He stunk it up. You'll be happy about that one this morning and that is it guys for fear. We'll be back tomorrow to breakdown all things. 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The Live Mike: Book Big Ben to getting the Steelers back to the Super Bowl

Behind the Steel Curtain

31:15 min | 2 months ago

The Live Mike: Book Big Ben to getting the Steelers back to the Super Bowl

"Today answers matter more than ever before. That's why ibm is helping. Businesses manage customer. Questions with watson assistant. It's conversational ai. Designed to work for any industry. Let's put smart to work visit. Ibm dot com slash watson. Assistant heads berg steeler fans at this time once again for another edition of the live. Mike i am your host michael beck. Deputy editor of behind steel curtain dot com. And we are hanging out with you once again with undefeated records still in our back pocket. That's right the pittsburgh steelers have got off to the greatest start in franchise history and despite the success. We have seen some a little bit of hate on behalf of a few different media outlets and directed towards the steelers quarterback ben roethlisberger and interestingly. So it doesn't really make a whole lot of sense because when you look at the steelers a year ago finished the season. Eight and eight. It took them sixteen games and they could only win. Eight games steelers. This year have won eight games in eight games. It's really laughable. When someone saying that. Ben rothlisberger is holding this team back. It really isn't fair. it doesn't make any sense. It's week criticism. That do not believe is fair in the slightest and it's something that deserved mentioning today because the steelers aren't winning in spite of ben rothlisberger. They're winning because of been wrought the spur even sought against dallas cowboys when he exited the game with about a minute. Thirty left in the first half to quickly get his knees checked out to make sure that he was good to go. In the second half of course he did come back into the game but in that final. Minute thirty Some some wildness. I suppose the dallas cowboys foam the ball and make a fitzpatrick brought back to about the cowboys. Thirty five yard line and with ben rothlisberger already in the tunnel presumably pads off getting checked out by doctors. There's no way he was gonna make it back out. So the steel shutters sent out one young mason rudolph who obviously started a a handful of games a year ago and boy when he was in there he looks scared. He didn't look like he did really in that season finale for himself against the jets which to cap off his twenty nineteen season. Which by all means wasn't very good. He did have his really his best game before he broke his collarbone. And it seems like he's regressed since then because in in that short amount of action that he got against the against the cowboys on sunday. He didn't look good. He forced the ball. He looks scared. He didn't make right reads. He airmailed it out of out of bounds. And see if you can imagine that. If ben rothlisberger decided that because of this major elbow surgery if and his age and just worry is in his career if he decided that he was ready to hang up. The cleats in mason rudolph continued. Be the starting quarterback this franchise. Do you think it'd be where they are today. Do you think they'd be eight nil. How many of these games is here. Of course have gone down to the wire. But ben roethlisberger is a person step up and lead the team back to victory. I i can tell you for certain. The steelers don't beat the cowboys. They don't be the ravens. I don't believe they hang on to beat the tennessee. Titans i think they still probably beat the browns because absolutely completely spanked the browns. But when you look back at this entire season it's quite impossible. Steelers could only be at four. Wins or show at this point in the year if ben rothlisberger. Isn't the starting quarterback of this team. So why in the world is pro. Football focus saying that ben. Roethlisberger is holding them. Back doesn't make any sense and they're defending themselves with with such passionate i. It's almost frustrating. Because you know how good ben roth. Spur truly is and what he's truly doing this team because assess steelers fans. We sat there and we watched every single minute of the twenty nineteen season no matter how bad it got. And then we've sat back and witnessed. How amazing this twenty twenty year has been for the steelers and most of that coming on the back of ben rothlisberger. His team is almost entirely the same as a unit. The steelers rolled with last year. The biggest change obviously is behind center. And that's ben rothlisberger coming in and being the version. Ben that honesty. We've always seen his whole kerr and you know what he's been more efficient than ever. He's taking care of the football. He's making the right reads. He's spreading the ball around. He's not making mistakes. He's not taking a lot of sacks he's not doing many interceptions except for one game one game. He threw three quarters of his interceptions on the entire year and for the most part one was was a layup before halftime to try to to try to pick up some Some points out of desperation and that was just kind of a. Gimme pick another. One was a batted ball. Straight up in the air when you look at it. There's only two interceptions this whole season. That have been on. Ben rothlisberger shoulders. Like when you look at that like it makes you laugh this guy. He's barely turned the ball over. And when the stat does reflect the the turnover being on his back. It's still really isn't his half of the time. The guy's not fumbling the ball. He's he's been playing an outstanding season. Like i i realize at this halfway point in the year he is not quite on pace for four thousand yards. He'd be really close if he matched what he did. In the first half in the second half but even then he would break his own personal best passing touchdowns in a season if he's kept up what he's done. This year he would only thrown eight interceptions. Which would be. I believe the second best of his career. And i think only other times that he did better than that twenty ten he played twelve games and then twenty two thousand twelve. I believe he missed some time with a knee injury that years. Well so better off. Birth through through eight games if he extends this to a sixteen game season ben. Roethlisberger played the most efficient era career. This guy is carving defenses and playing great football on top of that. He's not quite at the at the at the passer rating That would be a career best for him. But it'd be the best that he's had in seven seasons it would also be. His best is third best passer rating in a seventeen year career for people to say that this guy isn't playing good football it's laughable. Like how can we even pay attention to these guys. But it's something worth bringing up because it seems like that's kind of the narrative floating around the national football league still a great but they're winning in spite of their quarterback. Can you honestly sit there and tell me that. That's true the steelers. They do have a great defense. They do and honestly this problem where the best. All around rosters. That ben roethlisberger might have had his entire career in. Yes that's including two thousand eight thousand eight. Offense wasn't very good. The defense was legendary. Didn't have a great offense didn't have great special teams either. It's a whole lot better this year in two thousand twenty then even those that kind of era of great late two thousand steelers defense. Though super bowl runs this roster is really good. And that's kind of what people are focusing on the tj watts the minka fitzpatrick's but depre- get in the backfield cam. And stefan i in the middle plugging it up. Joe joe nelson and both on the outside. Sure they're playing great. They're getting all the attention right now. And it's almost like they forgot. Ben rothlisberger really sitting back there and affecting the complete opposite of games in major league. Baseball called war wins after replacement. And it really is one of my favorite stats. There is in sports. And i really wish if they could reflect that to football and really right now if you reflected on ben rothlisberger his wins above replacement. Right now if you just take it literally from a year ago. he's faced. Sixteen regular season wins. That is eight. That is a difference of plus eight now. I know it's probably not legitimate and highly unlikely that this team goes sixteen and all because it only happened once before in history and that patriots team was absolutely loaded. They they didn't finish it out and that's the most important thing but just talking regular season. It's only happened once but at the very least i. I can't see this team doing anything worse than fourteen into a and anything worse than that would be a complete catastrophic collapse. You look at the schedule. It's perfectly for them. So ben. Rothlisberger this year legitimately just. His impact alone is going to be worth about six. More wins to the steelers team at ben never got hurt last year. And honestly i. I think those two games that he played to start off the air when your shaky. I think it's because his elbow really was messed up from the gecko. I honestly think that team could could push kansas city year ago to even go to super bowl last year. Think about how good the steelers were last year this year. I think they got better on offense with additional chase. Claypool and eric hebron their defense. They really didn't lose anybody. Like of course. Losing hargrave hurts but the emergence of tyson alu. This team is like it's better this year than it was a year ago. But still i think they could have pushed for super bowl last year. Ben was in the lineup this year. I think it's a slightly better team than it was a year ago but it becomes an elite team because ben roethlisberger is under center. Mason rudolph as a quarterback of this team. I couldn't see them doing much more than eight and eight again. And that's a kind of football purgatory. You do not want to be in and thankfully with ben roethlisberger back in the helm. This team is going to compete for lombardia. Really at this point in the year with the steelers sitting eight no and you look at some. The upcoming games of course got cincy twice. They should win both of those games. I don't care how good joe burrow is they. Don't have anything else you the washington. Football team The last opponent from the nfc least or nfc east depending on what you want to call them. Whatever they are. they don't win games. You look at that and you really kinda just start to laugh. It's like on top of that. They got the browns again to the last week of the year. You look at that and like the only lose -able games that you really couldn't be too upset with i. I suppose it'd be baltimore at home on thanksgiving and that game completely favors the steelers to win. Because the steelers will be on the end of a fluffy stretch and at home and on thanksgiving and the ravens are are gonna come off a stretch of new england. Which i know. They're not amazing. But then they're going to go to tennessee who they've struggled mightily against and then they're come to pittsburgh really is favoring completely the steelers in that matchup then. They got the indianapolis colts in home. The steelers a beat up on the colts past decade. If you ask me what's the one team. The steelers have dominated most the last ten years. I'm telling you the indianapolis colts those games. Typically blow steals picking up forty to fifty points and each of those matchups like legit. Go back and look it up. They also got the buffalo bills. Who who have look good. It is in buffalo and you know what that one if they happen to lose that game i. It really is a hostile territory in the freezing cold and buffalo sunday night. That being said ben plays his best game in prime time. So when you really factor in. There's a chance his team who runs the table. And if you're telling me a team. I don't even wanna say sixteen but a team that's flirting with a record lake. That say they end the year. Fourteen in two fifteen to one or perhaps even do it pull off the impossible to say and finished sixteen. No you're telling me ben. Roethlisberger isn't a top ten quarterback and football pro football focus. I believe said all speakers. The sixteenth best quarterback in football did just sit on that for a second. And just let that stew in your brain for second. Ben rothlisberger sixteenth best quarterback in football. The steelers eight. No do you remember every other team in history that recent history really out of gotten to a record like this eight not start the year like the teams that obviously immediately jump in a minder that oh seven pats team that of course around the table. Tom brady was lee. Mvp i also think about That super bowl. I wanna save forty four match up the one with the colts in the saints playing against one another both. Those teams started the year thirteen. And all the saints actually even what fourteen start that year. Your was peyton manning. Taking home the nfl most valuable player of the year. Award when you when you look back at these records the teams that start off with these outstanding records their quarterbacks usually seen as the focal point and all of a sudden the i team really in recent history that i can remember with a record like this people are saying. They're winning in spite of their quarterback. And that doesn't make any sense to me. They've been on the gauntlet of opponents. The last four weeks. That was the hardest stretch of the season by far. And you might be thinking like all barely beat the cowboys. Yeah sure that is true. They barely beat the cowboys. But you think about the last four weeks. They played a brownstein at home. That is a solid roster. Sure they beat the barn doors off them but when you look at it still a good team that they have there in cleveland. And it's a rivalry game. They were bringing it until until it was over. And i realized that that game was out of hand but still that is not a cakewalk by any means and then they got to go to tennessee and that was a slug fest. Those guys were given each other their best shots all day and then the rivalry of all rivalries against baltimore ravens in baltimore the managed to got that one out just emotional win an emotional high to win that game to you. Think that could take their mind off of football and i. It's one of those emotional games that you're kind of like They're probably not going to be ready for the next one. And then they go into dallas on the road again. Three weeks in a row in yes i know is a beat. Beat up dallas cowboys team. But the steelers had had all the reasons in the world not to win that game but they still did and you know why they did because they are led by their quarterback at the end of the first half ben roethlisberger took over the offense and he's he started doing it his way and at the at the second half of that game when the steelers decided to go spread formation five receivers and ben was just told to throw the ball over the field and he did that well. We're going to get back into some more. Ben roth dispirit talk in the second half of this episode Just going to step away for a quick commercial break but You are listening to the live on steel. Curtain michael bay. This is advertiser content. We now have two point. 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You are listening to the alive. Mike from behind steel curtain dot com. The steelers are eight. No and a feel. So dang good best start in franchise history like like. We've seen a few times. I'm sure you're listening to this year already. Well aware of that stat but teams that go eight. No one hundred percent of the time have made the playoffs. I'm pretty sure it at this point near it's one hundred percent and if not it's teams start nine at all and the pittsburgh steelers got the cincinnati bengals at home and yes. I know. Joe burrow has been an outstanding superstar rookie pretty much everything that that The analysts really thought he was going to be thing is the bengals. Don't really have too much else around him. i'm sure i'm sure. Joe burrow is probably gonna look right this week Just because he is that talented of a quarterback but the bengals did not do him any favors and there isn't really too much talent around him and not particularly a whole lot of talent. That wants to be there they did. They did manage to beat the tennessee. Titans but again the titans don't have a pass rush at all and that's the difference in this game because joe burrow's going to get beat up and when when they're turning the ball over and he's taking big hits and the the ball's going back to the other side it's gonna come down to one guy again the guy that we've been talking about all day long hair and that's ben rothlisberger. He is playing some of the best football of his career and if he can continue to play it at the level. He's playing at right now His four thousand yard pace Thirty six touchdowns eight interceptions Passer rating well over one hundred yards hundred yards a passer rating. Well over one hundred. Excuse me boy. Oh boy if he can if he can you to continue to do that. This team's going to have a extreme amount of success in the regular season. And they're going to do something incredible in the postseason. It's one of those things. That's it's really exciting to see the trajectory of this team and to see where they can go from here especially when they Really kind of a they have that final piece. That was missing a year ago when you think back about it and it ben. Roethlisberger was healthy. Go all year last year. I think they beat the bills. That's kind of embarrassing. Sunday night or that. Kick them out of the playoffs. I i know they beat the jets. There's there's a lot of the games when you look back here. All they're winning that game they would have beat the niners who went on to play in the super bowl. Steelers barely loss game. They barely got any offense out of mason rudolph and company right there. That's three more wins at the very least. That's eleven and five at the very lease and that's a year ago and that team went eight barely missed the playoffs without him and that just goes to show how important ben roethlisberger is this team and if these if these people that have been stating the obvious haven't figured out yet he is. He is the right man to lead this team. Everyone is bought in the. I think the receivers are backing him like no other. I don't think the offensive line has had a great year. As as ben rothlisberger has seen from them in the past. But i i don't know how. How big of a factor. That's going to be because ben has been getting rid of the ball so incredibly fast. He's playing football in a way that he has really never played football this entire career. He usually known as the guy that holds onto the ball. Try to make things happen. He he's the guy that's throwing the ball somehow with five seconds after snapped when this year thrown at less than two two and a half seconds. The ball's out of his hand. He is flying through those reeds. He's making smart choices when when the steelers need neither drive out of them. The steelers offense has done it every single time and you cannot tell me otherwise. And that's that's the reason why they're winning. It's it's down a certain margin. Alright offense we need you to score. Then they're driving. Eighty eighty five ninety ninety nine yards. I it's something that they've done this year the they've when they're called upon and they need to to get points seemingly better off the spurs taking complete. Control the offense and by that i mean. He's quite literally drawing up. Plays in the dirt whether or not the coaching staff wants to wants to approve of that message or not. That's exactly what's happening. You can see it in the huddle. He's he calls a protection for the offensive line. Then he turns receivers on the left side of the field. He talks to one talks. The other sends him out. He's literally telling them the routes to run. Then he does it to the guys on the other side of the field and they go lineup. Snap the ball. And he's thrown in the guy that he knew it'd be open from the gecko. This guy is on a whole 'nother level when it comes to football. Iq ben rothlisberger completely. Gets i know if there's anyone in the nfl doing it as well as ben rothlisberger when he takes complete control the offense i. I don't think anyone's doing it as well as ben is. And and that's including Mvp favorites like russell. Wilson patrick mahomes and aaron rodgers. And you might be rolling your eyes with me saying that and i need to tell you that you need to just just listen because sure those guys are great. They got the giant arms super accurate arms. And and they make those weird kind of sidearm. Baseball type throws and they're doing all these great things and they're putting up these flashy numbers but man has has been rothberg been able to just slice and dice defenses. Sure sure there's been some three announced but every team the league's been battling three and outs and seemingly those are coming when randy fichtner has complete. Control the offense and booth legitimately when you sit back and watch that. I feel like that's exactly what's going on. It's it's as soon as ben rothlisberger says. Okay it's my time to throw the ball. It's my time to shine and take over. That's when the steelers your absolute best. No honesty think about the last couple of weeks. Sit there and think about the last couple of weeks when the steelers needed some points against against the ravens. What do they do. They spread it out and ben rothlisberger calling shots and he was completing them. Seemed like he knew the coverage before even the defense knew the coverage. And you think about last week still down. Thirteen points going into the fourth quarter. What do they do. They spread them out. Then we're off the spurs calling his shots he's hitting his wide receivers literally this guy. He is continuing to do something that it really is amazing. How many teams do you know right now. In all of football all pop warner college. High school professional leagues. How many quarterbacks are quite literally just telling receivers you're on a slant you're gonna fade. You runako you're on a post and you're going to curl it's not. It's not happening and if someone tried to do that they're probably cut or benched like like how many people could get away with that right now like. I'm sure. i'm sure some of the elite quarterbacks could get away with it but how many could be successful at. It really is amazing. Sitting back on sundays and watching ben go to work. And it's one of the reasons why. I think this team is a super bowl contender exponentially because they have a quarterback that can literally say okay. You're going to run a slant. I'm going to throw it to a two yards. You're going to catch it and they're going to be here if you cut back you're gone and honestly that's exactly what's going on right now and if you don't think that's true former offense alignment are talking about it. Like ramon foster. Who who is literally in this offense. A year ago to play with ben rothlisberger for i want to say a full decade. He's literally saying. Ben is calling the place right like he is designing the place in the huddle. I if you think if you've ever been around football for any period of time how long did it take some time to install a play in training camp. Sometimes like there's some those core type plays like an inside outside zone. Play sometimes for me like i. I can remember that being like a full day thing to install one play. Get the footwork right. Get the timing right. figure it all out. make sure it's crisp. and then you run it in practice all season long just to make sure and get it better and better and rep it rapidly. So it's better and better and better and better but you look at what ben disperse doing. And he's not even doing that. They are literally coming up with it. It is truly backyard football. And if you don't think it's working the steelers are winning. Because because of this and to think that the steelers winning because of ben rothlisberger i can tell you right now. They don't have eight wins if if there's really anyone back there like on a c. I think there's a lot of great quarterbacks in the nfl the quarterback said definitely. I'd rank ahead of ben rothlisberger. I'm not stupid. But like i don't know if you're handing the keys to to to any which of these guys Do you think they're just going to say sorry. Randy i'm gonna run my own thing and some of you might think the answer to that is yes. But a lot of these guys especially young quarterbacks. They're not going to go against our offense coordinator and sure. I guess rennie's like ben's body but man. Oh man this really feels like this is completely ben rothlisberger offense. He feels the game better than anyone is right. Now when it comes to those kind of flashy awards. Like i know early in the episode we talked about like these teams that go on these these long winning streaks start the year their quarterback you she walks with mvp. For for whatever reason ben roethlisberger not in that conversation. And i feel like if this team even pulls off the impossible. They go six. I still don't think the media is going put in that conversation whether it's fair. Not everything ben. Roethlisberger is going to be the comeback player conversation anymore because alex smith of course is stories. Incredible he's not gonna have stats anywhere near that ben rothlisberger. He's not gonna make the playoffs but he's gonna ward and sure those things 'art don't really matter it's a super bowl ad count but when it comes to recognition of the all time greats. Ben roethlisberger has always like that tenth name listed in the in the years that he's even playing like you think back ten years ago when they're when they're playing in the super bowl or when they're going the super bowls when they're winning them. He was still considered a top five quarterback at any point and it makes you really wonder why that has been with the sky but steelers fans. We are extremely lucky to have this guy back under center. He is the right man for the job. He is going to lead us to a title. And i have complete faith in him that he will do. Just that so with that being said i want to reiterate one more time ben. Rothlisberger is the best man for this job. He is the guy that you should be putting your faith into an. Don't listen to the those outside sources. He is the top man for this job. All right ladies and gentlemen this has been your live mike After that week nine clash. Oh it'll be interesting to see where it goes from here. We will talk to you guys after bangles game coming up on sunday. It's fun as always make sure for that game breakdown and game preview and everything that you need to know in pittsburgh steelers from breaking news to coverage and analysis makes your clicking on behind the curtain dot com and make sure you listen to our entire family podcast here at behind the steel curtain and on top of that to make sure you're checking out all our social media's behind the steel curtain type that in facebook twitter instagram. You'll find us and if you wanna follow me too. I am at michael back. Fifty six on twitter. You're more than welcome to follow that as well as being separate sama get out here and we'll see you guys in the next one. Thanks for tagging along. We'll talk to you. Guys have a great one guys.

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1at and Goal Playing With Science Checkdown Week 9

No Huddle

02:49 min | 2 years ago

1at and Goal Playing With Science Checkdown Week 9

"It's time for the playing with science check down where sciences sports collide for that. We're pleased to be joined by our good friends. Dr Eric Goffin. Gary O Reilly fellas was Eugene Robinson. Bella Shing was that much yardage actually covered on the play. Well, professor looks like another play in desperate need of GPS. But I'm guessing you were able to go straight to the science would you like to share it with us take it away. Professor, sure. This play was filled with lots of great physics. The panthers. Started the play with DJ more lined up to the far left and Curtis Samuel lined up to the far right behind Cam Newton. We're running backs Alexander Armand, Christian McCaffrey. When Newton took the snap under center. Armagh hit the left side of the line to block Newton faked a hand off to McCaffrey while the two wide receivers were racing to the backfield. Newton didn't toss the bottom more who then tossed it to Samuel Curtis. Samuel receive the second toss in the center of the field and his momentum. Carried him to about the bucks. Forty six yard line. He then turned on the jets and race down toward the left sideline after he passed the twenty yard line. He began a series of three incredible cuts that kept him from getting tackled. His first cut hard was to the right then to his left, and then a great cut to his right, which took took the legs right out from under bucks outside linebacker Levante. David Samuel started the play lined up on the right between the numbers at the thirty five yard line. He lived all the way across the field to his left, and then ran all the way back to the right side of the field before finally scoring fourteen point two seconds. After the play began. He ran about one hundred and three yards on the play. That was average speed was fourteen point eight miles per hour or he hit a peak speed of about eighteen miles per hour. Hard quick cuts require a lot of force. I estimate that. One of us cuts the ground exerted, a peak force on his leg of about nine hundred pounds. That's four and a half time Samuels, wait. It's no wonder Gary that running backs have so many ACO injuries. Thank you. Professor Lau nine hundred pounds of false who cut a semi was knees that seem credible which is basically what you could say about that play because just about every pences offensive plan played a role getting that bull over the line. It was a brilliant individual. But a good team effort to from all of us are playing with science. Thank you have a great Sunday. Have you straight back to the guys in the studio? Yeah. It's meant tremendous insights as always we look forward to chatting with you next Sunday. Playing with science check down all free olien. Tune in.

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BREAKING: Ellen Page is a Man!? | Ep 72

Louder With Crowder

1:10:38 hr | Last month

BREAKING: Ellen Page is a Man!? | Ep 72

"Hey the audio listener. You might be confused saying usually get one or two of these podcasts on audio a week but for the next two weeks. We're actually putting all of this. Content is available on youtube. Clip exclusive on audio. Just for you can listen in your car. You have to text and drive what you shouldn't be doing anyway because it's a gross violation of the law and very inconsiderate to other people around you who kill you veer off the road and you're not even aware so if you enjoy this please review the podcast on apple android spotify and enjoy the show. Do consider joining my club. Because that's the only thing that allows these free podcasts. To begin with you freeloading scum today just a classic slurp that was very classic address it up like a good steak. I don't need no catch up. This is this. Is kobe by. We don't need it know the japanese. Apparently they make good steak amazed. Kobe's feels a kobe. Kobe bryant after he was born in japan distasteful right on the outset. But i promise you the rest of the show is as well glad to be with you. Patient lawyers audio wait quarterback garrett accepted most. No communities. Took an hour and gerald. How are you sir. I killed asian bill real. Oh well that's not very nice. Don't admit to a felony on air especially against a lawyer who can now prove that. Your claim was fraudulent is murder a felony. Now i'm not entirely sure it's up there with not having an end ninety jaywalking. We have a lot. they're going to be talking about. So many of you may not have had the time yesterday to watch the arizona hearing and the votes on. And i know sometimes we'll say well it's like it's a broken record. Well actually. it's not because we're going state by state in arizona. There's some new revelations that we heard about yesterday that have been confirmed. It is confirmed. And i think it's important for us to go over that along with the hypocrisy coming from the left on the idea of election hacking the idea was that the russians interfered in the in two thousand sixteen right and not to mention. They also claim that the russians may have interfered because hurricane of voter systems and maybe even dominion itself. So what what point do you trust them. Let me ask you this. People were both conservatives and liberals people who did you believe the russia hoax. Did you believe russia scandal. And now where do you line up on the on the voter fraud issue on the election. abnormalities issue. I can't say voter fraud because right away. We are under the links to article. That said voter fraud is rare in the united states of america. Voter fraud does not exist now. It says it's rare and says what happens but not enough to change the election. A few thousand mundane detail mike. So but first before any of this. We just had to touch on this necessary. It's historic did you. To promote vanderbilt's champagne. That's that's the thing it is. There was a soccer player sarah fuller. She became the first woman in history to play in a power. Five football game here. You go this dream down at the thirty five yard sarah cooler. Happy thanksgiving happy thanksgiving historic purposes. Like is this an onsite camp after kicking. She was immediately rushed off the field. Vanderbilt lost forty-one zero and the coach was fired up only thing. Funnier would have been if they moved through sports but they moved across the field and swarmed in tackled her. That what you kicked it. She actually ran back towards the sideline and didn't actually cover. What you're supposed to the kicker because of the fear. I don't by the way if you've seen vanderbilt play. They didn't need a play like a girl pro program already doing. Oh an eight hundred party succeeding wonderfully at that. Girls can do everything. boys can do. My favorite part. I think my favorite part was the one of the commentators later on said like she did a squib kick which was to the thirty five yard line which was exactly what she was asked to do. Casual graduating woman doing what she's told giving the team the ball down the field is good. She's no business. Being on that. Same reason that i have a problem with the film rudy because this is not the same. You pick a fight. Don't you not precisely known. He's the best quarterback and i lived in not true. The different odi says you. Rudy is anti-fraud that rudy is tackle. Either girl on my team we played at the greenfield park packers. Yeah we want like sixty something to nothing. We had a girl kicker she to say here's the thing people get really mad at me when i make picture that only it's isis it's combat. That's why i don't want women come that sure. Sure sure sure you can serve coffees all right. Hey do follow us some parlor because who knows how long other social media platforms taking your live. Chat on mugla exclusive after this love it. Lot of dot com slash. Moc clubs. Still the promo code because the election has not been called crowder elections stream. It's thirty dollars off again. My question to you is do you believe. Did you believe the russian hoax and has that sort of affected all your viewpoint. But i hit like everyone who wants like like like like algorithm on youtube. Another quick story before we get to arizona. And it's a little bit of a deep dive. Kids call it is. Norway has now outlawed hate speech against trans people really and people who are found guilty could face a fine or up to a year in jail so for private. Remind the fries remarks. Yeah never let it be said that the naursky mountain retard monkeys never contribute anything society by the way. If you do it in three years in jail yeah in public. So it's just like it's an iky display. No you have to put them together rehabilitation not punishment because that would be absurd. So let's move on here to To arizona did any of you watch the hearing. And what did you think was the most compelling evidence something to keep in mind. Arizona biden leads. Leads like girl power leads. Donald trump by eleven thousand votes or zona Doesn't matter because the interesting fox news called it. When trump led biden eleven million. They wanted to be first before where there were some things that were there were claimed yesterday and i want to say before we get to the mammoth possible. Fraud of the voting systems. Right which we'll also show you that in two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen. The democrats were very concerned with their reform complaints. Written up by elizabeth born and rachel netto right well federal complaint from elizabeth warren richland. I'll just based on the show. But the point on remains they were concerned about it and now that was a figment of your imagination. Before we get to that there are already enough issues that can wipe out the same thing in two hundred votes. You almost like people out of state. Okay well go on people who are okay. Mom gone trump wits. Same thing in arizona. So let's start with. Is the league eleven thousand votes before we get to fraud. This is important. Two thousand votes they use vacant lots in false addresses now. At first you say false addresses. I should have at that in. Can't what's what are the ground vacant. Lots burgers business in fargo season. Three was the address. Posted thousand voters were on the rolls with no listed sex instead of generic date of birth. But don't take my word for this was in a hearing yesterday. You have voted database discrepancies. Six thousand voters at lease entered into database with no sex and to fall date of birth and their non-existence alexis correct. And i believe that there will be a witness to to discuss that later this morning. So unless those can be those can be discovered those votes would have to be limited correct and also discovered over two thousand votes. That used a false address and address of the vacant correct. Now with elvis saying everybody lives in his vacant lot of vacant. Lot club thread leaking. What's the leaking. Eight is one of those. There's the rule. Don't ever ask a question. You don't know the answer to but rudy giuliani's taking it to the extreme ten so if we do not confirm those votes they could infect be confirmed correct. Yeah and that would be a bad thing this thing if they did the vacant lot thing. That's eight thousand votes gone gone now. I'm not saying that. All of those eight thousand votes were voting for joe biden. But let's be honest. I don't think there are a lot of vacant lot trump voter. It's a niche. I've looked at nate silver's analytics deep dives and i didn't see vacant lot. Voters as a key demographic of trump. I think biden one at ninety nine point nine to the vacant. Lots of the vacant lot was actually a graveyard. Yes it all that had the christmas carols ebeneezer scrooge wipes the snow off the head. So now we move on one hundred forty three thousand votes. They were dumped eight pm and arizona. Yeah i think this is after. It was called by the way fox news a couple of hours after this call. Thanks brett And there were one hundred forty. Three thousand votes dumped at eight. Pm that actually surpassed the voting machine processing capability again. So dissimilar with michigan talked about it. I think in georgia's happened in a few states where they have a pretty good estimate of how many votes can be processed in this machine and it was you know listen to entertain estimate. I mean like generally before someone goes to the olympics. Let's say they say okay you. Don't we have a good time bolt. Like oh but he was ninety seconds behind. We didn't see that coming. Yeah exactly you don't typically outperform by like four hundred percents. Why don't we just get a machine and run some ballots through and see what happens. You know it almost seems like that would be too rudimentary. This is worst bill night where we take the test voting machine for crying out we bipolar and just see like oh yeah that's right it's bullshit there's no way to process hundred and forty six thousand votes in zero seconds. Only if you try hard and here's something to. I don't know how they prove this but again these are claims made under oath and they do. So these are this is sworn testimony. And they also have statistical evidence as well as some actual evidence they have from screengrabs in videos what they're claiming but not always information is publicly available tucker. Carlson said we have to wait till the mid cork. He'll be on my show because you suck so yeah let's kneecap everyone. Who's doing god's work on our side because we don't get exclusive you got right. Let me ask. Lucy spread ever heard terrible toxic lucy. It's not what gonna do and they do that weird. Who wants to be a millionaire camera. Shows that they don't need that cost them a crane. That's half a million dollars. I wonder why they're dying your debt. You should be voting for biden your debt so an estimated. We'll show the clip thirty five thousand votes. This is they claim was thirty. Five thousand votes were automatically embedded for every democrat candidate running. Here's their clinton. So this is a hundred and forty three thousand hundred votes that were injected that was inaccessible. What the machines could have processed in pima county arizona and the democratic party added fraud votes in the initial count to the vote by mail. Totals released at eight pm on november third. We weren't aware of this until this email until after the fact so there were approximately thirty five thousand fraud. Votes added to each democratic candidates. Vote totals five thousand and you know what our candidate. We're going to keep going through this. And i know on youtube. All those going to say is the elections been called. Yes what else you got jet ski. Come on give something go on here. We're making some concrete clams. We're taking a reputation on a lot of people. Are you just say nothing. And by the guy who claimed the thirty five thousand actually turned over this statement and senate to the department of justice and let them look into it and he said there was a meeting that he was at. They talked about this. He said that they were able to do this. They've done it in years past and in two thousand fourteen judicial race. Were they in bed the votes they spread them out like this fully detailed thing now it has to be proven to be proven right. It's a claim right now. But it's like it's happened in the past. Come on which they say has investigate. Listen if you say. There's no precedent as well as no pro and it's never happened. There's precedence have happened before. And then there's also precedent would both bill that you killed him. Shallow trae phyllis filled on his ballot. For i don't know he's lying in an empty lot somewhere waiting to vote. You did a always show always a shallow grave as you're lazy if someone takes me out whether it's isis or whether it's antifa do what you want but just i ask for at least a mid level depth grade right a. little work. And here's what i'll do for you. I will vote democrat for you for the rest of your dead non-life every election that's ever wanted. Nothing would make me happier than to bust my wife's shops as a democrat voter even beyond the it steven crowder again. So this is something again. These are the what's important when they do hearings the reason that they're doing these hearings okay. It's to stay out in front of the public eye because the media wants to just leave. Coronation biden has one good thing that. Ap doesn't really elect president. We have actually have a process of electors. It goes through a state. Legislature electoral college and people can issue objections on january six. Oh good thing. It's not a p or the fox news desk with the crotch cam. Wow it is the crotch assist worked there and it was called the crotch cam cam. That shows the crotch. It's self explanatory. It's crotch camera does does it. I hope i have clarified for you. So here's another claim that they make one point nine million mail and votes and this matters. Because i talked about this yesterday in michigan where i was registered to vote both in michigan and in texas. I don't think we've had calls back from the clerks by no. I call the clerk. I called the clerks to check on grandma. Ruthie's vote and it turns out that maybe michigan. They store your absentee voting tracking status for a little bit of time and then it just disappears. Oh that's what i've heard thus far but can someone actually confirmed that. I don't think my wife voted. Yeah exactly. I don't think your vote was kind of but here's the thing they also just sent out a ballot requests like. We said everyone unsolicited in michigan to my old house. And they didn't verify signage. They didn't verify signatures the proper way for example in georgia. So it matters if you aren't verifying interest because mail in ballots. When they had to be requested in years prior they were rejected at a rate of thirty times largely because there were either no signatures or they didn't match so in this case now we have one point nine million mail and votes that were not validated at all by buying signatures. Qbr the reporting numbers from a pima emerged election day votes with write in votes with absentee valid. So there's no way to. In the publicly available data to parse those votes maricopa county had over one point nine million Male invalid request so And those there was a America county official on videotape. That did say that they did not validate the signatures on the write in ballots this year. Okay not shortchange information but get a better ballroom. Let's go to see Tuned because we're going to be talking about this a little later on right now. They're talking about florida. Governor doubles down on no statewide mask mandate he doubles down. Not infringing on rights. Let's talk to local. Is my main disease experts. He's gone to the folks that are most convenient and follow the ideology. He wants to follow in the result. Is that that man hearing already. His nose faces left konami entirely in a single day and then at the same time said that local governments can't like to get a picture find my profile where we wanna straight headshot the worst tip also okay. This matters because we're talking about it in a little bit Florida death rates are going down. Illinois skyrocket is because cases obviously involved testing and the more you test in the more efficient tests are the more cases. You're going to have florida. Their deaths have been consistently going down since summer illinois. But the going up so this is something they don't wanna talk about. They're not trusting the science. Well listen if he's a science. And i are praying that chicken bones like manny pacquiao working better than chicago and these. These stories are related because the numbers of cova do matter because that was the whole reason that we had mail in voting right so the numbers of mail in voting matter and the numbers of cove all. But they don't want us to dig into the numbers at all. They want to just say it's been decided. The death rate is climbing. we really afraid florida's it was a swing state. It's no longer. Let's try and trash republican states illinois. Let's give him a pass then. It's just you're trying to keep urkel out. You're running about aerosol particles and by the way can somebody opened like a free like google drive accounts that michigan can store like two gigs worth of data. Come on that's what i said a free. Google drive accounts so that they can store this data. You're telling me that they couldn't keep your voting information more than thirty days fortune. I can tell it's not no listen. Listen and i have to be fair at your speaking base. It's not that they can't store it. They can't both store and acid. Wash it the same time. That is difficult yet throwback lane so this is another thing where they claim. This is a claim that you've seen repeated by the way which slopes in fact checked all is true. No pinocchio surprising and that's the thing too is just these broad claims like they will make fact checks of donald trump. We did this with lee born back in the day where he went through fifty washington post fact checks like he said you know. I was there in the afternoon. They go fact. He was actually there at six thirty pm which is early evening. But no fact checks for brooklyn's existed safest election ever on record. How many times have you heard that right. That's probably the fact check below this video. Which probably kit like right now. What gets a through the fact checking the fact so this is the claim to save us election modern history and they debunked that pretty quickly by showing that the machines were in fact or not supposed to be connected to the internet. Which of course makes them very vulnerable and they show you exactly how because again this matters media will say there are no receipts present receipts breakfast of a and he basically said that this election was the most secure in history and partially that was because the states do an excellent job of validating voter rolls. And that this equipment is not connected to the internet. The sweet user's manual is about an inch and a half thick in the user's manual. It tells operators to connect the ethernet courts to the router and it is the systems are connected to the internet. I went can improve the phrase you ask from all. The tabulate judah caters to the local data center. At the at the time we have election officials. that did confirm that that was connected to the internet. But they said none of the tabulates or anything else connected physical connection between those tabulate tabulating machines the ethernet cables to routers or managed. Cantwell's delay but it's a router type device and so these tabulates were connected to one another all the kid connected with one another the local data center that they acknowledged with connected to the internet connected to these tabulated. We did observe traffic. That were going from the us. Now we don't know if it was civically dominion traffic. Going but to to a server in frankfort. Oh this exactly. I wanted to your point. There is no evidence that there's ever been election fraud then it goes. Well okay there is. There is some evidence of election fraud. But it's very very small. That's okay well. There has been some kind of widespread election fraud but not enough to actually change the elections. Saint them right here. This is the safest most secure election in modern american history because the machines were not connected to the internet. Well hold on. they were cable. Find that those who put the tabulations weren't connected to the internet. Were hardwired okay. Maybe there are hardwired to the internet accessible to frankfurt germany and foreign actor son of a bitch. Just stop somebody. Can i get a better notes. There is no amount of evidence that will convince the media. And that's why this battle shouldn't be fought in the media because it's not gonna win it there. The battle is being fought in the courts. And that's the right way to do legislators and that's why they hated excludes you know we should never if the bowtie go ahead habit basically. Cnn is still running with sunday. Sixty minutes interview with the former assistant chief or whatever whatever name call or whatever you're saying no no no. None of this actually happened. They've reported zero of this even to divorce. They haven't reported to debunk it. That's the issue of the media has no accountability whatsoever. That's what scares me. Think about it right now. Not only the media has no accountability. We know that. And now you have an administration if biden actually gets in without objection in january six anyone who doesn't issue objections. Who's a member of the republican party. Primary them will. He's not going to be held accountable by the media and the media is being held accountable to no-one and by the way there's this unholy alliance between legacy media and big tech because they now want a stranglehold on new media because they're losing that is what is most terrifying to me is that we end up like norway where you can't say. Kids can't take puberty blockers without being dan from society like a black mirror episode. Go ahead wait say. Cnn doesn't have to cover it because it's not like they can go. You may have heard this crazy rumor on facebook. You haven't heard on facebook as you can't report a prospect this crazy rumor on youtube or on any of the other news sources. No no no. They just don't they can ignore it because everybody has been silent off into the smallest news and then you go to a thanksgiving party which by the way. This is also why they didn't want you to have gatherings because they don't even want you to debate these conversations with your family member. Don't have them in the town. The digital townhall also don't have them in the home and don't have them in the actual town just don't have them. Don't have them talk to someone who go. Well hold on a second. i do. Election has been compromised in your family. Because i think it's the safest in modern american history you go. What about the one point nine. That weren't check verification. While i haven't read it well have you haven't watched haven't seen it haven't read. It haven't heard it. What about the fact that there are over. Ten thousand votes in states like nevada georgia from out of state. I haven't read. I haven't seen it haven't heard it so it doesn't exist. Of course they exist because it's not on facebook. It's not on youtube. I will say. I'm actually very grateful that youtube just falsely fact jackson. They still let this go up. Algorithms dam only get the people who actually tune in which means by the way. Hit the notification bell. Yes you are subscribed. Every monday through thursday. Sometimes friday at ten am eastern because subscription. Don't mean a whole lot go hell. Yeah unless you think. Stevens exaggerating when sydney pal filed her to court cases in georgia. And you do sometimes. Sometimes but in georgia in michigan twitter would not let you link to the pdf court filing literally would go to draft and say this link is blocked. You cannot send it and i was like oh well nothing to see here. Then it must not be true. I wonder this is something i know. I let me say. I am discouraged. I've not encouraged actively discourage any any offensive violence. Okay there's nothing to do with defending your home and your kids if you're riding and burning but you ever just wonder if we're that frog and the boiling real. They banned a link to a legal kate to a complaint file they banned that as misinformation. And then right i mean. At what point do we also banned doctors for citing death numbers on covid on facebook right the from california which we now know are accurate because it went against vouch. -i they banned doctors from saying this is what we're seeing. What their patients and setting actual statistics. Do you think we looked back. Oh man captain. We weren't allowed to not. We weren't allowed to stop kids from puberty blockers. Maybe we should have stood up and done something. That's something. I don't wonder i know. Yeah well this is definitely time. And at the american founding it wasn't just over like taxes and stuff there was an entire cultural divide and it was just that people got finally tired of the taxes. Tease go. There's a huge divide before that for decades it wasn't about the twining's early. I mean that that that that plays into it. Bergamot was a difficult commodity backing away. If you saw a bergamo bergamo. I dunno for bergamo outside of earl grey and someone want to redouble chat later amount i believe is a citrus fruit. Stay tuned for answers on that one. Bergamo if i saw it right now for bergamot rolled across the table. A little little cutie. Oh hot about guba. Friends just went from zero to. Yeah exactly it's like in green orange orange but it looks like a line that's weird. Something couldn't shouldn't be called an orange. It's green is incorrect offensive to me. I can't tell so totally fine. He positively loves burgum it. Let's go back. Let's move here because there's a lot to continually unpack with each state. And hopefully we'll get back to you with some word from the clerks in michigan. Don't hold your breath unless you're pearl diver in which case you could probably do it tomorrow. Hold your breath but people don't cover a lot is russia. A lot of people think that The russia the russian interference with donald trump really. It came down to impeach the president for a phone call a perfect phone bash the and good but but it was about three thousand ten thousand dollars over three thousand facebook. That's about some facebook ads interference. But here's something to number king earlier. This was being did. Talk about the russians hacking voting. Right this is not new. This isn't this before this election wasn't a republican or democrat talking point as a matter of fact it was probably more often complained about by democrats because they still. They've never considered the two thousand sixteen election still. Yeah let's just really quickly so this kind of ties into the fact. That biden announced his pick for budget. Chief was near a tandon attending Who is the president for the center of american progress and she immediately began deleting her russian tweets sixteen elections. Now here is maybe why because even if you go back. Then people like stelter brian. Since money completely straight stelter talked about how voting machines could be compromised. And he was he was the one saying. Recently we don't have that clip right now. We have the clip. Rachel matter from before he was trying to say that. Now it's a. It's a conspiracy theories so we'll claims before this conspiracy. Crap is just like trump anti-media enemy of the people smear. It's a slow acting poison talking about his crippling. The american body politic. Slow acting poison like your thyroid converted from free t three to four. Glandular snap at the brookings secretly a little piggy who built his house out of straw. Whoa what many overweight joke. Though i do. But i mean site when the waltzes huffing and puffing and blowing homes down just like throwing some reads ask enough. He stopped listening at blowing. Oh you that way into high. Sorry doklam my house down. I'll open the door and that third piggy pissed crush on my couch for like well you know. I don't have a house built out of straw. Hold you saw me building it with bricks at the same time you pick straw lesson. Lock the door for so that. Brian stelter now singer. Can it's a conspiracy. And i think we have the clip of stelter or at least cnn. In two thousand sixteen talking about the vulnerability of the voting machines we go. What are other ways that this can be bonar ball. These devices have to communicate twenty database system. We don't know what the transport network looks like between machine and the actual database server so anyway. If a hacker was to have something installed and the communications could be intercept. Given all this research. What would you say a safer. Electronic voting or voting paper. Walk until you this year. I will be voting the paper with the melon ballot as someone who is kind of need even vulnerability sees has the worst could happen. What keeps you up at night. Compromised election this conspiracy. Crap is too much i wonder. I wonder if we'll be back. You'll be hilarious if we fact checked before that clip. This is disputed. Don't worry we'll just got plenty. Thank you because even msnbc report now. They didn't just reports pacific on on voter fraud and sixteen now. So we've gone cnn now cnn. Two thousand sixteen let's go. Msnbc twenty eighteen specifically talking about dominion vulnerability reached out to all nine companies. That you need to look pandera spots. And they all essentially echo three main points from the joint statement signed by clear ballot dominion voting systems election systems and software heart and unison saying quote voting systems. Were not hacked or compromised in the two thousand sixteen election. Well there's been a lot of cybersecurity experts recently saying there are all kinds of ways that you can tamper with the official or unofficial results. If you can exploit some of these flaws you go to the companies. As i have and ask them to talk about this and they don't wanna talk about it. We reached for comment by the way but suddenly they disappeared. So that's how. They closed all their dominion offices. And just no more linked in dominion can you. Wow there's just a ploy shaped hole in a vacant lot. Yeah just a dominion employees. Dust clouds where they used to be. Mike you know what. Here's the here's the thing. It must be our greatest sin was taken seriously which was do. This job maybe. Msnbc girl denied every now and then absolutely believe it's interesting that they came out with all of these tales of how dangerous this could be right. After donald trump was elected trying to sow doubt and then in two thousand eighteen when moore republicans were elected trying to so further out than twenty twenty. No no no no no. Everything's at whatever you want to saying is. Don't take us seriously. Which which times is that. What you're saying well hold on. Let's go on to c-span fan. Did this stuff every time. I just thought c. span was one. There's like an odd congressional hearings say yeah exactly. Avalanche c. span reported on how it was a problem that dominion and other voting systems. Control the vote in the st span twenty eighteen partisan hacks sell off a part of that those assets to A third company. This is a company based in canada. Called dominion voting systems So dominion now has Part of old assets and contracts and espn s as part of depold contracts and assets. Danger in that in your view yes so so yes and essentially is i. You know maybe controlling the votes is a too strong of a word. But they're certainly Writing the software for more than sixty percents of the machines that are counting votes in the us. Would it be if she was talking to a split screen hat. Grieving is sort of in the middle of. I'm busy right now. We don't do commercials really unless you go. Full screen i just. I can't take a sip of my coffee. It was she. Branded a conspiracy theorist point this fact. Well she's now sure. Yeah probably the trump. She'll they're going back. Here is the leading all of these videos as fast as they can right now. Speaking schill rachel maddow. So let's apologised. Rachel maddow emphasized how worrisome it was that russia could again. This is what matters people just think of russia and the facebook ads. Rachel maddow was talking about. I think we actually have a montage because she did this. So much. a montage how votes could be compromised in the united states because of cyber attacks our election systems from. You guessed it russia. Rachel matt far more worrisome. To the obama team was the prospect of a cyber assault on voting systems before and on election. Day worrisome to the obama team was that prospect. Our government had previously announced that. Us election systems in the state of arizona and the state of illinois had been hacked by the russians Last week bloomberg news citing three people with direct knowledge of the investigation into the matter They had a report that said the russian attack Had just been about the against a a couple of states had actually been against thirty nine states. Russian cyberattacks much wider than previously known much wider than previously known. Said trump apologised. rachel maddow. Listen to him. He knows what he's talking and we just lost nine inconsequential viewers. We back yeah. We're back just norway for some reason and watching the late night show. That segment was david. Landow can't be shown in japan. Must've been all this happening right in japan. Do we do not know even if you murder jimmy fallon still have too much. Jimmy fatten so back to the rachel maddow. Think please lovely so i. She was saying that this is vulnerable. They were vulnerable. And that's probably we're vulnerable at some point. They didn't have all of the specifics that we have. It seems like he's done it again. It was just a suspicion ryan. It's worth looking into hard wired. Ethernet case if they had more they would have reported on it. Yes and now that we do have more totally on for no. Let's bring back up. I know we don't usually do this. The first brian stelter clip which was See it again. Slow day so again. This is everything that they have back then. We just went through c. span cnn. Rachel maddow in-depth about how compromise. It could be now when we actually have receipts and we actually have data from the wifi networks being connected and hard line and even though you can hardline in twenty twenty Apparently to this this conspiracy crap is just like trump's anti-media enemy of the people's day. It's a slow acting poison that is crippling the american body politics. You build your house officer incredibly convenience that we have not only that i see this all the time right now. People are saying statistics don't matter these filings have spacing issues and who could possibly read this addressing the substance of at all. But you have you have points of data. It doesn't dominion doesn't have to be hacked for you to do some research into this. And then you add the dominion stuff on top of that where it's like well. This is impossible. They can't count that many times. Can we please look at no. No no yeah. Why in the world thing. I always the republicans who hinge everything on the on the statistical on sort of like the germans are going to be disappointed. Yeah i do think that it's important but you don't need that for several states to switch right. It's already unconstitutional. To tell people a pipe burst and send them home right. That's already bad. That's already bad if you walk into your house and you lie to your mother when she did. You wear shoes in the house right. No okay. that's a problem. Grounded you just so happen to also kill a squirrel. Because you're little. Jeffrey dahmer and the make point is it's bad enough with what we have. You can already wiped out the margins. Just based on hand. Counting these ballots in arizona in georgia and the problem with arizona is that they would for them to challenge the electors they would actually have to have a supermajority to call the state legislature back into session which they do not have and the governor already certified it. We have a huge problem in arizona where we will likely find out that there was massive fraud or irregularities that caused people to be able to vote who are dead. I don't like that typically from vacant lots whatever it may be not a fan won't be able to overturn yes but what you're failing to remember for republicans in arizona. Those super delegates does just how you screw bernie all right side as rigged you guys you. Can someone explain to me a super delegate but explain it to me without sounding like okay a super delegates this is the part of the transparency party of. There's never been any voter fraud while there is going to affect it. People should be sending in ballots. We shouldn't have to actually check for signatures. We don't need any photo. Id by the way. One of the first actions. Joe biden wants to take us. President is a path to citizenship for eleven eleven million illegal immigrants and super delegates vote discounts ten times or eleven depending on how many i need to be election. This is what they mean by democracy. Yeah so they hacked our democracy out that that's definitely super delegates. Democratic bernie had one wouldn't even be by democratic socialism. It would be if he had won. It would have been by super delegate socialism which is really just socialism. You just wanted to say that right is oligarchical. Were how this is positively oli regarding watch tonight. Tux -clusive accu. It's a word act. I bet year regretting your decisions. Powell oligarch tuscaloosa should come on the anything more on the voter fraud or anyone want to chime in here. No okay move on. we can move onto. we can move on. Hey look these assholes gosh okay We're going to be bad movie lines by the way behind For those who are watching a lot of credit dot com slash mug club. And we're going to be talking about another story of a black business owner. Who got mad at torquing really. Let's talk about this pandemic thing. I don't know if it's pandemic going on you here. Let's it still really sars to is a pandemic so we talked about this a lot and we have talked about it a lot and i i will say this. I have family family members and friends and people who disagree with me. And i have some friends who think that this is just something we have to. We have to come together for the common good. How much is your life worth. You know what would change the opinion of a lot of people a lot of people out there watching where you think okay. It's about it's about keeping people home now going on what six nine months right if you really talk about some places. They've been locked down plus okay. You just paid a million dollars in taxes you have a million and payroll to meet or fifteen people are unemployed. Tomorrow go that. Change your opinion a little bit folks. There is no. Do you have any idea how much i would love a covid. A co vacation a kobe. -cation get corona -cation. Let's go with exclusive young thing. Yeah you're on how much love to take six months off. Four months off shutdown. Get a two month break. Guess what everyone here job. That's how much is your life. Or how much is a livelihood with people. Fought wars over lessons because the ability to hunt that graham. Oh that's a place. That's where all the the buffalo are which by they were hunted to extinction. Hey i'm grateful for thanksgiving that we took your land. So thanks yeah. Buffalo conservationist the native american painting was colors of the wind. My ass they would fight. They would kill people over. We want ford hunt. Why because being able to provide a livelihood was your life neutral somehow separate that. Now it is. Which is your life fourth. You've a million dollars in payroll to make go or everyone loses their job. Jaakko willink has been in war jacka willing because kill terrorists will sing. White of there is for crying out loud and he still gets up at three forty five. I don't buy it and he goes back to bed but little nap. And there's more pressure on business owners because you're dealing with the livelihoods of many people not just lives and it's on going. When he was on the show he talked about that. He said there are very comparable here. So this is really important to note. Because i say that because a million dollars in payroll. Let's say typical small businesses. Yeah or half a million dollars again. People who collect check from a business owner who you likely hate. Imagine you have to pay out half a million dollars dollars in payroll and you just paid a million dollars in texas. This is not atypical. for small businesses. Those are the people who've had to shutter their businesses in record numbers since the great recession. Likely if this continues since the great depression people need to keep in mind but the big business has continued to profit Just like big banks just like big auto just like big unions. It hurts the little guy. It hurts the business owners. The people who make up the backbone of this country mom and pop businesses and mom and pop businesses can still be businesses that are in the tens of millions of dollars. A lot of people don't have necessarily some you can have a business that the ten twenty million dollar business and the people who own it are not even in the top taps tax bracket. That's very common but guess what the wealthiest billionaires they've added one trillion dollars to their net worth this pandemic a lot a trillion dollars since the pandemic started record businesses. Shuttering this is. What's also raised me. When i was in michigan i couldn't go to a low. I couldn't go to a farmer's market to pick up a local squash. i don't even know what that is in the gorge. Squash gourd wash yellow. Look but i could go to cosco. I can order amazon prime. And you can't go. Your grocery store amazon. Fresh in jeff bezos. Just going ooh superman and this is the democrat. And you wonder why you wonder why. The democratic party is not the party of the working name anymore. They have kept every business owner. They've forbidding them from opening their businesses. They've kept people home. Unless they're going out for essentials pot liquor stores not church but costco and amazon. These are the people who stand to profit the most and by the way these are the people pushing for these kinds of far left policies because it eliminates competition like bill gates with a baseball that and computer companies only. Now you just have the government. Do your job down. We used to bring people to court for this antitrust lawsuits. We used to make sure that people could have a business open and not necessarily have it. Shut down for random reasons right. It'd be arrested for doing something. Like god forbid your door and somebody in how much. How much is your life worth. shut up. Shut up about this. How much i see this a whole lot and the people who virtue signal the chooses they actually they really don't the people who are being hurt most by this person wearing the mask growing. How much is your life worth. How many people do you employ. How many how. Many healthcare plans do provide the people out there because that goes away. Oh okay well. The government do it. Okay well who does the government or people who may taxes We because we've been telling you for years. The billionaires don't pay taxes they have an offshore accounts. Oh so your tax base to mom and pop the small businesses. The people who they've shut down. How are you gonna pay for it. It defies logic. But it's also not compassionate. And that's what i'm about to get to here with some pastors who have i've had my fill of them by the way i never wanted it. I never requested fill. It was like someone like new jersey. Where you can't pump your own gash like getaway getaway getaway. I can't i gotta pay extra for you to do this all right okay. This sucks yeah. It was just saying a lot of a lot of people who are calling for lockdowns. We've been talking about this. Since the very beginning of all this the people calling for lockdowns of the people with the least skilled the least amount of skin in the game people who don't have to pay people people who don't have i don't actually wait on their next paychecks and again it gives the light of the idea that republicans are the pro big business. Party republicans are pro business party but the big businesses. they want government intervention. They want they want anything. Because i want to be read with there. But i think concern serves big business or small business. I think we're all pro good businesses. Yeah yeah and by the way. I'm a student of history. Although i kind of tried to be. Sometimes i think the common good has been used by some very notable historical figures at lenin and pol pot said that i think we i think done insulation material mussalini said that. Do it for the common good. We have a common enemy. We have to fight against. Everybody has to sacrifice so that we can do this. Everybody has to sacrifice. Listen we have to see record. Unemployment and businesses shut down while. Jeff bezos baltin family. Not the ones who shut up too late at night. The walmart family make record profits because there's only ninety nine point nine nine eight percent chance of survival got. Yeah see us. Lewis said that among all tyrannies the one that's exercise for the benefit of its victims is the most egregious right but let's compass no. That's not true. Let it ride. I wanna see the comments sections there mine. No it's it's absolute. And there's whose name pastor retweet miroslav mir swap paul. Yeah lower came i would. I would say that guy could go to hell. He beat me to sting. He's on his way and people are asking. Why did you choose to tweet this because there are a lot of pastors. I don't have as much. I do have a problem with all of them. I should say but have more of a problem with people with who are leading their flock into a wolfman. What's happening right now. And by the way. Just because you're a pastor and you want to be nice doesn't mean that you understand the constitution. This is the only time. I've talked about this before. This is the only time in history of generations right. You have young kids who are trying to silence free speech on campus who are fighting for less rights and this is the only time where you see the party democratic party. The champion of the little man demanding no rights. This is the first thing about this. For a second. You have americans the people out there who are revolting denigrating who are vilifying they're revolting for the right to go to work. Yeah they're not. They're not they're not even fighting for the right to offensive speech so that they can show up and you know notorious. Anti semite ben shapiro so they can speak on campus. That's not what they're jewish mtc. Yeah it's rare story but i spotted exactly your exclusive. This is fighting for their right to go. They're not they're not asking for. This is a huge difference. One side that is fighting for their right to a handout. That is going to be subsidized by people who can no longer subsidize hand out and you say that billionaires don't pay taxes right. I don't think that's correct. Of course they do pay taxes. But it's still not enough. It's still not enough. If you get rid of all business you have one side fighting for the right to a handout. From the side that is fighting for the right to provide it and this is what really bothered with passers the name of the guy was miroslav. Vault vinnie. Sounds like a communist this out and people say. Why did you go after this. His tweet was we are asked to wear cloth and knows wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life. Your neighbors and the economy seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit. And he i think he was retweeting governor christie john piper there who's a dig at piper dig like dig retweeting john piper. Here's the thing that's not all we've been mandated to do. We've not been asked to put on cloth and to maintain distance. Have you seen the new guidelines. You have to wear masks and celebrate christmas outside in detroit. It's not that would be one thing. I it doesn't mean that is constitutionally correct. You cannot say. Put this over your face and you're not allowed to go and see your family that you don't have the right to do that. Now this is the right to peaceably assemble when people do. You really need the same pass or do you really need to go to church for what's considering that a physical church has been important since the beginning of christianity. I would say so. Can people do their little zoom church. I'm sure they can doesn't matter. Guess what people have the right to a buddy. People have the right to thanksgiving. It doesn't matter what you think about that the nomination. It doesn't matter what you think about the church people say. Hey we require physical worship in congregation. You do not have the right to tell them anyways. If it was a bit you do not have the right to tell them otherwise. Otherwise and yeah. This is the kind of guidance you get from people who actually don't have any sense of what real danger is but go ahead. This is not. All that has been asked of us there's been far more mandated of us. We've been forced to shut her livelihoods forbidden for vince. How about this one. Forbidden from sharing last moments with loved ones. Does that not matter to you. Do something about christians laying hands and praying maybe at the final final moments. That's illegal. Let me ask you this pastor if your wife's dying of cancer in the icu you skype. Because you're not a shepherd of the flock that i respect. If that's the case when i see people go out to these pastors virtue signaling us a little of i my wife you guys know. This basic procedure woke up paralyzed from the waist. Down i went into go visit her because it was supposed to be a basic twenty minute procedure. They weren't even going to put her under. I don't know but they did should a bad reaction to the anesthesia. Because my mother took her to the emergency room this happened. At the beginning of the pandemic. I rushed out of work. You remember rush go. My wife can't move her legs. We don't know what's going on. And i walked up and they said you can't visit your wife. It's only one person per twenty four hours. I said okay. I texted my wife and said listen. They're saying i can't come in here. Of course that's not true. But if i'm going to be on the nightly news tonight i probably can't visit you tomorrow. So how long do you think that this is going to be. She said hold on a second turns out my french canadian mother threaten the doctor and we were allowed to visit can imagine people say well. It wasn't allowed to visit my wife. She was dying. You weren't you weren't they. Didn't let you visit your loved one when they were dying people. Don't let you. this is reminding you have and you have pastors. You have leaders of the spiritual flock going along with this. It's not just about masks and social distancing it's about removing our most cherished traditions and celebrations. Whether it's christmas whether it's thanksgiving whether it's preying over dying loved ones visiting family making mary. And you're willing to give that away so that you can tell everyone that you're one of those aqap aac christians. Yeah you know what. I haven't seen them go after either. We've seen mosques mosques churches we've seen synagogues but no ma and i wanted to point after this the same guy what's his name again miroslav. Vol- mir stall slav. Miroslav is rather than tom clancy villain he. Also i see them. You know these these people and you have the raw bells and the rate and plenty of churches. That do things like trying to make sure. I don't name names olivet fellowship. Tweet things out the stupid platitudes right now. You see obviously a lot of people. And i'm upset. I think people here upset about this. I was upset when i couldn't. They wouldn't allow me to visit my wife. If i had to get a battering ram like the townspeople and beauty and the beast. One of bills dabs contraptions was going to be seeing my wife. I thought her life happened to be endangered but apparently the christian thing to do is oh no okay. Can you discharge your. Oh you won't do that either. I get it pandemic. let me zoom you sweetie. But these platitudes they use. I see them say things like one person was tweeting. These are pastors have notable churches. Oh name their names but who they are people who show the most contempt for others do so because they truly have it for themselves. That's such a stoop really really washington churchill. I can't think anyone who hated adolf hitler more than churchill. that's just because he was self loathing nazi. This is the stupidest thing ever heard in my life. I think this is the problem without taking into account waited morality. Christians get to citizen. No that's not true. Is that the same sin. If you're fifty jews in your attic to tell oh i can't lie fifty jews in my attic or do you tell them now and you save fifty lives. This is a whole other theological philosophical discussion. That we can get into but it's not even taking into account the idea. That contempt is somehow inherently wrong for a christian this creates. This creates a really really dangerous precedent for everything by that logic the monarchy. They were in the right because they didn't really have a problem with the american revolutionaries there's just gonna tax but we're not going to represent you was george washington's of the world the reviews of the world who said you know what we have contempt we have contempt for you not allowing us to practice religion freely. We have contempt for you. Taxing us without representation. We have contempt for society that does not allow freedom. It's just because they all secretly hated themselves. Show with your stupid platitudes and goes zoom. You're dying relatives. You should be ashamed of yourself. you put up. Just pray for him angry question you know what kind of like jesus with the temple or the big tree. Let's not saying. I'm jesus isn't necessarily righteous indignation that close. This is something else. I also see the fastest. Go see a lot right now to ruin these in these divided times. It's about not about a monologue. It's about a dialogue. Really where's your change. My mind mr reverend man. 'cause i saw was you deliver a sermon about how conservatives who are refusing anti-constitutional tyranny are simpson's. Where's your dialogue. Tired of this show. I got i expected. From joe biden expected from kamala harris who essentially african americans slave labor by keeping them beyond their sentences in california prisons. I'm sad to say that now. I'm expecting it from christians in the church and you know what if you agree with people. Were watching whether it's live archive of here's pisses. I'm about to hit like hitler now. And maybe this will get through the youtube fact checking algorithm. But oh my god this is. This is what passes so often as christian cultural engagement so that that's the way but really it's just holding up a mirror to the culture and saying whatever you guys believes what i believe. Yeah and then repeating it back to them. That's not how you win people over it and it also doesn't acknowledge that there's an absolute contradiction between belief and unbeliev ryan. Belief is something that does encourage families to get together. That's faith faith is is actually going and knowing the risks of what you're doing and stepping out anyway and doing something with some courage but there is as long as people don't acknowledge that antithesis there will always be there. There will always be people that go into life without faith without bravery without courage wimps. You can't just come in and and that's a good way to put. And by the way wimp i don't mean you have to have big biceps and got crushed beer cans on your head audio way to someone who you would think is is more of an artistic audio wait. I know his wife. I don't know his family. Audio way has a backbone. Audio weight is a brass. Pair sodas gerald so does sort of everyone in this room. I'm not talking about being physically tough. I'm talking about telling a nurse to sorry. I know this isn't your job. You're a patsy for the higher ups but you'd better move. I'm going to throw you out a window test. A male nurse mind you. I'm talking about a male nurse. Smart never hit a female nurse higher up. Well this is because you're missing the story in the bible where there was this fan in it's plagued came in and everybody shuttle the synagogues and they didn't go worship god like they were supposed to and they all just said the tyrannical leader once will do absolutely not. The bible is filled with stories of people overcoming whatever obstacles necessary to be able to worship god. How they see fit. People were burned at the stake in rome. They were used as lights down the street. Big thing just use google hangout. Because i don't like you and i could hurt you. That's why that's my justification point. Now it is. It is absolutely unreal. I can't say that it's unreal. I should be. I should be more eloquent. I should be able to. I should be able to articulate myself better. But when i see i see christians and people who are led astray by this like you said it's establish any culture of our own or make any suggestions as to what a culture should be. Let's just like you said mirror. Can you imagine if the missionaries just going down there at the as texas a throw in berlin girls at down the pyramid. Hey that's interesting. That's sort of messiah. We think there's a better way of christians are killing goods or raping. But you know what part of your pagan i guess. When in rome won't try freight the the entire reason that you have safe. Society and a good society is because people had the exact opposite strategy. Yes as what the left wing. Christians are doing right now and and so one thing to be very clear. Pastors throughout history have done a horrible job of standing up in some of the darkest hours yeah right throughout history and they have been looked back upon as cowards for not doing it and not saying look. You can't tell us that we can't get together. We're going to be responsible. We're going to do the things that we need to do. But you can't tell us. This is a bridge too far. We've seen this over and over and over again and somebody is gonna come on and say this is not nazi germany in the nineteen thirties. Yeah it wasn't nazi. Germany in the nineteen thirties when it was nazi germany in the nineteen twenties when this stuff started in the united states the treaty oversight. That's only half joke up. Its international policy to browbeat. Don't make any country where a dunce cap in the corner in front of all the other countries doesn't turn out good. They tend to continue. Come with a vengeance Saying looking back probably could have been better handling mistakes. I think we all think idea. Okay anyway the point. I'm so disappointed with the state of the church conservative in same thing with conservatives objections there's no reason for people right now people go. Why do you still. It's like a broken record. The first off we didn't have this information arizona until yesterday. It's the right thing to do. You should have this information. You're not going to get anywhere facebook. You're not going to get it on twitter. You're not gonna get on. Msnbc cnn and abc nbc cbs. Or fox news. So guess what i feel obligated to do it and provide a couple of dick jokes for some relief every now and then by the way. It's not a broken record. When they choose to the same illegal stuff in several states and you report it can rooker crime. They were created over here. They did the same thing here they did. They did their crime over and over. Oj kills again. You're going to report ten global them for so ninety s arcade trial by the way. Let's go to Let's continue talking right now. What is this isn't cnn. This is the right network story. I don't know what you guys did. Change it back but casino was talking about Florida so this is a really important when you want to know the me as to whether the media is being honest with you listen. We've talked about this quite a bit. And by the way all the sources that we provided today are available at louder with crowder dot. Com link is in the description below. Or i don't know where you're washington so you can just hit so you watch it natively on youtube so we actually provide all these sources for you We've we've talked about different states now. Obviously blue states have not done as well as red states both economically. Obviously there's no debate about that. The thing that the left doesn't really want to talk about his blue states with these severe lockdowns have done far worse as far as mortality rates in particular states. Like new york. I mean john. Johns hopkins eight or move a paper because it said that the death rates weren't really all that dramatically increased for in and twenty twenty versus twenty eighteen. And here's the thing if you look in two thousand nine hundred twenty twenty did increase overall. You can attribute it to four states. I won't tell you which one do your own research. Something about nursing homes and crips. I don't know but ultimately kobe deaths right now. They are spiking. So i want you to see you can see this shirt under the democrat governor. Look at that chart hockey. Stick chart governor gp pritzker. That's no good and now let's contrast that because you're seeing deaths go up. Now it's not just about case deaths are the metric that matter because i was going to cheat them. There are ways to cheat death through votes or listing death this cove and even if it was a shotgun blast to the head or a guy who drove off an overpass. Drunk a motorcycle. We get it. There might have been some antibodies in the system. That's one for you sars to you all right donald novel son of a bitch own novel mike. But let's contrast this deaths going up if you're in illinois you should know about that if the press is not the enemy of the people if their goal is to keep people safe obviously it's not to inform people. Let's assume they're still job of the press to at least keep people physically safe some like they can't be entirely replaced by an amber alert on my phone. Let's contrast the spike in death. They've never talked about here on cnn. And illinois with their current coverage of florida when you've seen from santa's the governor of florida is essentially a lot like trump just sort of ignore the problem. We can handle it not a big deal no statewide walls statewide orders and then and then you start to see the numbers. Is that true sitting elvira vegan. Yes let's deaths. Have steadily been going down in florida since summer and florida has been far more open than illinois illinois stricter lockdown measures and illinois seeing a spike in death. You look that's the deaths down in florida up in illinois. Why are you still talking. They're talking about florida not doing enough to lock people down. But they're not covering. Is that something they're doing in florida's working to lower deaths. Yeah week over week. What they're not what they're doing is they're praising illinois for removal of rights because that's sort of their ship yeah kid get a new within their praising them for the lockdowns but they ignore the crazy spike in death and their economy's doing better florida. Florida is right. Yeah not not enough restores on michigan mile. No not at all. And and this was from the illinois treating cova as if it's the only factor that is worth wing and florida's treating it as one among many factors right and the and the people who are treating it as one of many factors are doing better with that factor because they're weighing all of these factors by the way. If you way. Brian stelter the truck. It away instead it's one. This was that clip we just ran was from the summertime when they were preaching the gloom and doom of what florida was doing. How dare they open up as a state right now and they haven't gone back and covered it and gone. Oh well hey we were wrong. They haven't gone back at all to florida to say well. These numbers actually don't look all that they haven't gone back and said we were wrong to put young covid patients in with old nursing home resident now no accountability none whatsoever. They get it wrong. No one calls him on it. That's why we'll keep doing what we're doing. And you know what people don't if people don't like some of these if they think that it's repetitive that we're covering arizona today that we're covering the voter fraud once will stop covering it when it stops happening or when it's acknowledged just like we'll stop covering the actual facts surrounding covid either when we're band or when they stop lying about the facts and citizen. It's not a mistake now. Yeah absolutely and one of the crazy things that they come out and say. I can't believe that people think the election was stolen. I can't believe they don't trust us anymore. When they do things like this they come back and are genuinely shocked. That people don't trust their bullcrap anymore. The problem is the problem is a lot of people do. Yes that name miroslav golf. Yeah he he by that. This is more press than he's gotten ever well. This is and more mispronunciations than he's ever a general any passers and preachers. Who wanna know circles guys you got you got to reevaluate you leaders. I it sounds nice. You don't have the right to tell someone else to shut down their business that they can't visit their loved ones. I don't care if you think that's a gop love christianity and you ignore half of the bible it still. It doesn't apply biblically. it doesn't apply theologically and it doesn't apply constitutionally here in the united states of america. That's what bothers me because people on cnn hell bound heathens. Of course we expect them to get it wrong and not take into account a higher accountability higher power a higher virtue other than having an asshole haircut like sanjay trim the rat tail for crying. You're not going to a barber. Social distance of course. We expect that from cnn. We expect them to not understand the value base judgement from the christian side secret higher. Power the spiritual side of this but the problem is i guess. I never expected those. Were supposed to be a spiritual academics to not take into account. The constitutionality history is at the proper dates. And what you need to have all of these portions of the equation. And i guess. I thought that the leaders of the christian movement would expect this from cnn. I expected better from the right. Yeah if you care about your flock. What about the increased suicide rate because people are depressed. What about the increase alcoholism. But what about what about mental health issues. That people that are under twenty are now suffering in record numbers because of these lockdowns are part of your flock. I think those are the people that you said their lives matter when someone signs mass shooting with an illegally purchase firearm. And then we'll start about mental health of course another little tidbit miroslav golf Made a name for himself by saying that christians and muslims worship the same god. And we're on the same side. Oh good martin. Luther and nail the charlie hebdo cover to his congregation now. It's a joke. Take that as a death threat. But that's not because i threatened anyone. Muslims kill people over. You can nail nail as many pictures of jesus as you want white. Jesus mediterranean jesus. Black hebrew israelite. Jesus i don't care. No one's going die because i understand your rights. We're going to go play bad movie lines and talk about illinois a little bit more right now youtube. I've had my fill with you this off.

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SCAM: Arizona Election Fraud Testimony | Ep 71

Louder With Crowder

1:10:38 hr | 2 months ago

SCAM: Arizona Election Fraud Testimony | Ep 71

"Hey the audio listener. You might be confused saying usually get one or two of these podcasts on audio but for the next two weeks. We're actually putting all of this. Content is available on youtube. Clip exclusive on audio. Just for you can listen in your car. You have to text and drive what you shouldn't be doing anyway because it's a gross violation of the law and very inconsiderate to other people around you. Who kill you veer off the road and you're not even aware so if you enjoy this please review the podcast on apple android spotify and enjoy the show. Do consider joining my club. Because that's the only thing that allows these free podcasts. To begin with you freeloading scum today just a classic slurp that was very classic address it up like a good steak. I don't need no catch up. This is this. Is kobe by. We don't need it not japanese. Apparently they make good steak amazed. Kobe's does a kobe. Kobe bryant after he was born in japan distasteful right on the outset. But i promise you the rest of the show is as well glad to be with you. Patient lawyers audio wait quarterback garrett accepted most. No communities. Took an hour and gerald. How are you sir. I killed asian bill real. Oh well that's not very nice. Don't admit to a felony on air especially against a lawyer who can now prove that. Your claim was fraudulent is murder a felony. Now i'm not entirely sure it's up there with not having an end ninety jaywalking. We have a lot. they're going to be talking about. So many of you may not have had the time yesterday to watch the arizona hearing and the votes on. And i know sometimes we'll say well it's like it's a broken record. Well actually. it's not because we're going state by state in arizona. There's some new revelations that we heard about yesterday that have been confirmed. It is confirmed. And i think it's important for us to go over that along with the hypocrisy coming from the left on the idea of election hacking the idea was that the russians interfered in the in two thousand sixteen right and not to mention. They also claim that the russians may have interfered because hurricane of voter systems and maybe even dominion itself. So what what point do you trust them. Let me ask you this. People were both conservatives and liberals people who did you believe the russia hoax. Did you believe russia scandal. And now where do you line up on the on the voter fraud issue on the election. abnormalities issue. I can't say voter fraud because right away. We are under the links to article. That said voter fraud is rare in the united states of america. Voter fraud does not exist now. It says it's rare what happens but not enough to change the election. A few thousand mundane detail mike. So but first before any of this. We just had to touch on this necessary. It's historic point to promote vanderbilt's campaign. That's that's the thing it is. There was a soccer player sarah fuller. She became the first woman in history to play in a power. Five football game here. You go this dream. Down at the thirty five yard sarah fuller. Happy thanksgiving happy thanksgiving historic purposes. Like is this an onsite camp after kicking. She was immediately rushed off the field. Vanderbilt lost forty-one zero and the coach was fired up only thing. Funnier would have been if they moved through sports but they moved across the field and swarmed in tackled her. Noticed that what you kicked it. She actually ran back towards the sideline and didn't actually cover. What you're supposed to the kicker because of the fear. I don't by the way if you've seen vanderbilt play. They didn't need a play like a girl pro program already doing. Oh an eight hundred party succeeding wonderfully at that. Girls can do everything. boys can do. My favorite part. I think my favorite part was the one of the commentators later on said like she did a squib kick which was to the thirty five yard line which was exactly what she was asked to do. Casual woman doing what she's told giving the team the ball down the field is good. She's no business. Being which is the same reason that i have a problem with the film rudy because this is not the same. You pick a fight. don't you. Not precisely known. He's the best quarterback and i lived in not true. The different odi says you. Rudy is anti-fraud that rudy is tackle. Either girl on my team we played at the greenfield park packers. Yeah we want like sixty something to nothing. We had a girl kicker she to say here's the thing people get really mad at me when i make picture that only it's isis it's combat. That's why i don't want women that sure. Sure sure sure you can serve coffees all right. Hey do follow us on parlor because other social media platforms taking your live chat on mugla exclusive after this love it. A lot of dot com slash. Moc clubs. still the promo code because he election has not been called crowder elections stream. It's thirty dollars off again. My question to you is do you believe. Did you believe the russian hoax and has that sort of affected all your viewpoint. But i hit like everyone who wants like like like like algorithm on youtube. Another quick story before we get to arizona. And it's a little bit of a deep dive. Kids call it is. Norway has now outlawed hate speech against trans people really and people who are found guilty could face a fine or up to a year in jail so for private. Remind the fries remarks. Yeah never let it be said that the naursky mountain retard monkeys never contribute anything society by the way. If you do it in three years in jail yeah in public. So it's just like an. It's an iky display. No you have to put them together. Rehabilitation not punishment. Because that would be absurd. So let's move on here to to arizona. If you did any of you watch the hearing. And what did you think was the most compelling evidence something to keep in mind. Arizona biden leads. Leads like girl power leads. Donald trump by eleven thousand votes or zona doesn't matter because interesting fox news called it. When trump led biden eleven million. They wanted to be first before where there were some things that were there were claimed yesterday and i want to say before we get to the mammoth possible. Fraud of the voting systems. Right which we'll also show you that in two thousand sixteen in two thousand eighteen. The democrats were very concerned with their reform complaints. Written up by elizabeth born and rachel netto right well federal complaint from elizabeth warren richland. I'll just based on the show. But the point on remains they were concerned about it and now that was a figment of your imagination. Before we get to that there are already enough issues that can wipe out the same thing in two hundred votes and you're almost like an people out of state okay. Well that's on people who are okay. Mom gone trump wits same thing in arizona. So let's start with. Is the league eleven thousand votes before we get to fraud. This is important. Two thousand votes they use vacant lots in false addresses now. At first you say false addresses. I should have at that in. Can't what's what are the ground vacant. Lots burgers business in fargo season. Three was the address. Posted thousand voters were on the rolls with no listed sex instead of generic date of birth. But don't take my word for this was in a hearing yesterday. You have voted database discrepancies. Six thousand voters at lease entered into database with no sex and to fall date of birth and their non-existence lexus. Correct and. I believe that there will be a witness to to discuss that later this morning. So unless those can be those can be discovered those votes would have to be limited correct and also discovered over two thousand votes. That used a false address and address of the vacant correct. Now with elvis saying everybody lives in his vacant lot of vacant. Lot club thread leaking. What's the leaking. Eight is one of those. There's the rule. Don't ever ask a question. You don't know the answer to but rudy giuliani's taking it to the extreme ten so if we do not confirm those votes they could infect be confirmed correct. Yeah and that would be a bad thing this thing if they did the vacant lot thing. That's eight thousand votes gone gone now. I'm not saying that. All of those eight thousand votes were voting for joe biden. But let's be honest. I don't think there are a lot of vacant lot trump voter. It's a niche. I've looked at nate silver's analytics deep dives and i didn't see vacant lot. Voters as a key demographic of trump. I think biden one at ninety nine point nine to the vacant. Lots of the vacant lot was actually a graveyard. Yes it all that had the christmas carols ebeneezer scrooge wipes the snow off the head. So now we move on one hundred forty three thousand votes. They were dumped eight pm and arizona. Yeah i think this is after. It was called by the way fox news a couple hours after this call. Thanks brett And there were one hundred forty. Three thousand votes dumped at eight. Pm that actually surpassed the voting machine processing capability again. So dissimilar with michigan talked about it. I think in georgia's happened in a few states. They have a pretty good estimate of how many votes can be processed in this machine and it was you know listen to entertain estimate. I mean like generally before someone goes to the olympics. Let's say they say okay you. Don't we have a good time bolt. Like oh but he was ninety seconds behind. We didn't see that coming. Yeah exactly you don't typically outperformed by like four hundred percents. Why don't we just get a machine and run some ballots through and see what happens. You know it almost seems like that would be too rudimentary. This is one of the bill night where we take the test. Voting machine for crying out we bipolar and just see like oh yeah. That's right it's bullshit. There's no way to process hundred and forty six thousand votes in zero seconds. Only if you try hard and here's something to. I don't know how they prove this but again these are claims made under oath and they do. So these are this is sworn testimony. And they also have statistical evidence as well as some actual evidence they have from screengrabs in videos what they're claiming but not always information is publicly available tucker. Carlson said on we have to wait till the mid cork. He'll be on my show because you suck so yeah let's kneecap everyone. Who's doing god's work on our side because we don't get exclusive right. Let me ask lucy. Worst word ever heard terrible toxic. Lucy not gonna do and they do that weird. Who wants to be a millionaire camera. Shows that they don't need that cost them a crane. That's half a million dollars. I wonder why they're dying your debt. You should be voting for biden your debt so an estimated. We'll show the clip thirty five thousand votes. This is they claim was thirty. Five thousand votes were automatically embedded for every democrat candidate running. Here's their clinton. So this is a hundred and forty three thousand hundred votes that were injected that was inaccessible. What the machines could have processed in pima county arizona and the democratic party added fraud votes in the initial count to the vote by mail. Totals released at eight pm on november third. We weren't aware of this until this email until after the fact so there were approximately thirty five thousand fraud. Votes added to each democratic candidates. Vote totals five thousand and you know what our candidate. We're going to keep going through. This and i know on youtube while was going to say is the elections been called. Yes what else you got jet ski. Come on. give us something go on here. We're making some concrete clams taking a reputation on a lot of people. Are you just say nothing. And by the guy who claimed the thirty five thousand actually turned over this statement and senate to the department of justice and let them look into it and he said there was a meeting that he was at. They talked about this. He said that they were able to do this. They've done it in years past and in two thousand fourteen judicial race. Were they in bed the votes they spread them out like this fully detailed thing now it has to be proven to be proven right. It's a claim right now. But it's like it's happened in the past. Come on which they say has investigate. Well listen if you say. There's no precedent as well as no pro and it's never happened. There's precedence happened before. And then there's also precedent would both bill that you killed him. Shallow trae phyllis filled on his ballot for. He's lying in an empty lot somewhere waiting to vote. You did a always show always a shallow grave as you're lazy if someone takes me out isis or whether it's antifa do what you want but just i ask for at least a mid level depth grade right little work. And here's what i'll do for you. I will vote democrat for you for the rest of your dead non-life every election that's ever wanted. Nothing would make me happier than to bust. My wife's shops as a democrat voter even beyond the grave. I'm steven crowder again. So this is something again. These are the what's important when they do hearings the reason that they're doing these hearings. Okay is to stay out in front of the public eye because the media wants to just leave. Coronation biden has one good thing that. Ap doesn't actually elect president. Oh we actually have a process of electors. It goes through a state. Legislature electoral college and people can issue objections on january six. Oh good thing. It's not a p or the fox news desk with the crotch cam. wow it. Is the crotch system worked there and it was called the crotch cam cam. That shows the crotch. It's self explanatory. It's crotch camera does it. I hope i have clarified for you. So here's another claim that they make one point nine million mail and votes and this matters. Because i talked about this yesterday in michigan i was registered to vote both in michigan and in texas. I don't think we've had calls back from the clerks by no. I call the clerk. I called the clerks to check on grandma. Ruthie's vote and it turns out that maybe michigan. They store your absentee voting tracking status for a little bit of time and then it just disappears. Oh that's what i've heard far but can someone actually confirmed that. I don't think my wife voted. Yeah exactly. I don't think your vote was kind of but here's the thing they also just sent out a ballot requests like. We said everyone unsolicited in michigan to my old house. And they didn't verify signage. They didn't verify signatures the proper way for example in georgia. So it matters if you aren't verifying interest because mail in ballots. When they had to be requested in years prior they were rejected at a rate of thirty times this election largely because there were either no signatures or they didn't match so in this case now we have one point nine million mail and votes that were not validated at all by buying signatures. Qbr the reporting numbers from a pima in maricopa county merged election day votes with write in votes with absentee valid. So there's no way to in the publicly available data to parse those votes maricopa county over one point nine million Male invalid request so And those there was a America county official on videotape. That did say that they did not validate the signatures on the write in ballots this year. Okay not shortchange information but get a better ballroom. Let's go to see Tuned because we're going to be talking about this a little later on right now. They're talking about florida. Governor doubles down on no statewide mask mandate he doubles down. Not infringing on rights. Let's talk to local. Is my main disease experts. He's gone to the folks that are most convenient and follow the ideology. He wants to follow in the result. Is that that man hearing already. His nose faces left konami entirely in a single day and then at the same time said that local governments can to get a picture. Find my profile. Where we wanna straight headshot the worst. Yes okay this matters because we're talking about it in a little bit Florida death rates are going down. Illinois skyrocket is because cases obviously involved testing and the more you test in the more efficient tests are the more cases. You're going to have florida. Their deaths have been consistently going down since summer illinois but going up so this is something they don't wanna talk about. They're not trusting the science. Well listen if he's a science. And i are praying that chicken bones like manny pacquiao. It seems to be working better than chicago. And these these stories are related because the numbers of cova do matter because that was the whole reason that we had mail in voting right so the numbers of mail in voting matter and the numbers of cove all. But they don't want us to dig into the numbers at all. They want to just say it's been decided. The death rate is climbing grade florida's swing state. It's no longer. Let's try and trash republican states illinois. Let's give him a pass then. It's just you're trying to keep urkel out. You're running about aerosol particles and by the way can somebody opened like a free like google drive accounts that michigan can store like two gigs worth of data. Come on that's what i said a free. Google drive accounts so that they can store this data. You're telling me that they couldn't keep your voting information more than thirty days fortune. I can tell it's not no listen. Listen and i have to be fair at your speaking base. It's not that they can't store it. They can't both store and acid. Wash it the same time. That is difficult yet throwback lane so this is another thing where they claim. This is a claim that you've seen repeated by the way which slopes in fact checked all is true. No pinocchio surprising and that's the thing too is just these broad claims like they will make fact checks of donald trump. We did this with lee born back in the day where he went through fifty washington post fact checks like he said you know. I was there in the afternoon. They go fact. He was actually there at six thirty pm which is early evening. But no fact checks for brooklyn's existed safest election ever on record. How many times have you heard that right. That's probably the fact check below this video. Probably kit like right now. What gets a through the fact checking the fact so this is the claim to save us election modern history and they debunked that pretty quickly by showing that the machines were in fact or not supposed to be connected to the internet. Which of course makes them very vulnerable and they show you exactly how because again this matters media will say there are no receipts present receipts breakfast of a and he basically said that this election was the most secure in history and partially that was because the states do an excellent job of validating voter rolls. And that this equipment is not connected to the internet. The sweet user's manual is about an inch and a half thick in the user's manual. It tells operators to connect the eastern headquarters to the router and it is the systems are connected to the internet. I went can improve the phrase you ask from all. The tabulate judah caters to the local data center. At the at the time we have election officials. that did confirm that that was connected to the internet. But they said none of the tabulates or anything else connected capital physical connection between those tabulate tabulating machines the ethernet cables to routers or managed. Cantwell's delay but it's a router type device and so these tabulates were connected to one another all the kid connected with one another the local data center that they acknowledged with connected to the internet connected to these tabulated wasn't going anywhere. We did observe traffic. That were going from the us. Now we don't know if it was civically dominion traffic. Going but to to a server in frankfort hough this exactly. I wanted to your point. There is no evidence that there's ever been election fraud then it goes. Well okay there is. There is some evidence of election fraud. But it's very very small. That's okay well. There has been some kind of widespread election fraud but not enough to actually change the elections. Saint them right here. This is the safest most secure election in modern american history because the machines were not connected to the internet. Well hold on. They were welcome. Find that those who put the tabulations weren't connected to the internet. Were hardwired okay. Maybe there are hardwired to the internet accessible to frankfurt germany and foreign actor son of a bitch. Just stop somebody. Can i get a better notes. There is no amount of evidence that will convince the media. And that's why this battle shouldn't be fought in the media because it's not gonna win it there. The battle is being fought in the courts. And that's the right way to do legislators and that's why they hated excludes you know we should never if the bowtie go ahead habit basically. Cnn is still running with sunday. Sixty minutes interview with the former assistant chief or whatever whatever name call or whatever you're saying no no no. None of this actually happened. They've reported zero of this even to divorce. They haven't reported to debunk it. That's the issue of the media has no accountability whatsoever. That's what scares me. Think about it right now. Not only the media has no accountability. We know that. And now you have an administration if biden actually gets in without objection in january six anyone who doesn't issue objections. Who's a member of the republican party. Primary them will. He's not going to be held accountable by the media and the media is being held accountable to no-one and by the way there's this unholy alliance between legacy media and big tech because they now want a stranglehold on new media because they're losing that is what is most terrifying to me is that we end up like norway where you can't say. Kids can't take puberty blockers without being dan from society like a black mirror episode. Go ahead wait say. Cnn doesn't have to cover it because it's not like they can go. You may have heard this crazy rumor on facebook. You haven't heard on facebook as you can't report a prospect crazy on youtube or on any of the other news sources. no no no they. Just don't they can ignore it because everybody has been silent off into the smallest news and then you go to a thanksgiving party which by the way this is also why they didn't want you to have gatherings because they don't even want you to debate these conversations with your family member. Don't have them in the town. The digital townhall also don't have them in the home and don't have them in the actual town just don't have them. Don't have them talk to someone who go. Well hold on a second. i do. Election has been compromised in your family. Because i think it's the safest in modern american history you go. What about the one point nine. That weren't check verification. Well i haven't read it well. Have you haven't watched haven't seen it haven't read. It haven't heard it. What about the fact that there are over. Ten thousand votes in states like nevada georgia from out of state. I haven't read. I haven't seen it haven't heard it so it doesn't exist. Of course they exist because it's not on facebook. It's not on youtube. I will say. I'm actually very grateful that youtube just falsely fact jackson. They still let this go up. Algorithms dam only get the people who actually tune in which means by the way. Hit the notification bell. Yes you are subscribed. Every monday through thursday. Sometimes friday at ten am eastern because subscription. Don't mean a whole lot go hell. Yeah unless you think. Stevens exaggerating when sydney pal filed her to court cases in georgia. And you do sometimes. Sometimes but in georgia in michigan twitter would not let you link to the pdf court filing literally would go to draft and say this link is blocked. You cannot send it and i was like oh well nothing to see here. Then it must not be true. I wonder this is something i know. I let me say. I am discourage. I've not actively discourage any any offensive violence. Okay there's nothing to do with defending your home and your kids. You're riding and burning but you ever just wonder if we're that frog and the boiling real. They banned a link to a legal kate to a complaint file they banned that as misinformation and then right point do we. Also they banned doctors for citing def- numbers on covid on facebook right. The doctors from california which we now know are accurate because it went against vouch. -i they banned doctors from saying this is what we're seeing. What their patients and setting actual statistics. Do you think we looked back. Oh man captain. We weren't allowed to not. We weren't allowed to stop kids from puberty blockers. Maybe we should have stood up and done something. That's something. I don't wonder i know. Yeah well this is definitely time. And at the american founding it wasn't just over like taxes and stuff there was an entire cultural divide and it was just that people got finally tired of the taxes. Tease go. There's a huge divide before that for decades it wasn't about the twining's early. I mean that that that that plays into it. Bergamot was a difficult commodity backing away. If you saw a bergamo bergamo. I dunno for bergamo outside of earl grey and someone want to redouble chat later amount i believe is a citrus fruit tuned for answers on that one bergamo if i saw it right now for bergamot rolled across the table. A little little cutie. Hot about guba. Friends just went from zero to. Yeah exactly it's like in green orange orange but it looks like a line that's weird. Something couldn't shouldn't be called an orange. It's green is incorrect offensive to me. I can't tell so totally fine. He positively loves burgum on it. Let's go back. Let's move here because there's a lot to continually unpack with each state. And hopefully we'll get back to you with some word from the clerks in michigan. Don't hold your breath unless you're pearl diver in which case you could probably do it tomorrow. Hold your breath but people don't cover a lot is russia. A lot of people think that The russia the russian interference with donald trump really. It came down to impeach the president for a phone call a perfect phone bash the and good but but it was about three thousand ten thousand dollars over three thousand facebook. That's about some facebook ads interference. But here's something to number king earlier. This was being did. Talk about the russians hacking voting. Right this is not new. This isn't this before this election wasn't a republican or democrat talking point as a matter of fact it was probably more often complained about by democrats because they still. They've never considered the two thousand sixteen election still. Yeah let's just really quickly so this kind of ties into the fact. That biden announced his pick for budget. Chief was near a tandon attending Who is the president for the center of american progress and she immediately began deleting her russian tweets sixteen elections. Now here is maybe why because even if you go back. Then people like stelter brian. Since money completely straight stelter talked about how voting machines could be compromised. And he was he was the one saying. Recently we don't have that clip right now. We have the clip. Rachel matter from before he was trying to say that. Now it's a. It's a conspiracy theories so we'll claims before this conspiracy. Crap is just like trump anti-media enemy of the people smear. It's a slow acting poison talking about his crippling. The american body politic. Slow acting poison like your thyroid converted from free t three to four glandular snap at the brookings secretly piggy who built his house out of straw. Whoa what many overweight joke. Though i do. But i mean site when the is known for huffing and puffing and blowing homes down just like throwing some reads ask enough. He stopped listening at blowing. Oh you that way into high. Sorry doklam my house down. I'll open the door and that third piggy pissed crush on my couch for like well you know. I don't have a house built out of straw. Hold you saw me building it with bricks at the same time you pick straw lesson. Lock the door for so that. Brian stelter now singer. Can it's a conspiracy. And i think we have the clip of stelter or at least cnn. In two thousand sixteen talking about the vulnerability of the voting machines we go. What are other ways that this can be bonar ball. These devices have to communicate twenty database system. We don't know what the transport network looks like between machine and the actual database server so anyway. If a hacker was to have something installed and the communications could be intercept. Given all this research. What would you say a safer. Electronic voting or voting paper. Walk until you this year. I will be voting the paper with the melon ballot as someone who is kind of need even vulnerability sees has the worst could happen. What keeps you up at night. Compromised election this conspiracy. Crap is too much i wonder. I wonder if we'll be back. You'll be hilarious if we fact checked before that clip. This is disputed. Don't worry we'll just got plenty. Thank you because even msnbc report now. They didn't just reports pacific on on voter fraud and sixteen now. So we've gone cnn now cnn. Two thousand sixteen let's go. Msnbc twenty eighteen specifically talking about dominion gulnara ability. We reached out to all nine companies that you need to look pandera spots and they all essentially echo three main points from joint statement signed by clear ballot dominion voting systems election systems and software heart and unison saying quote voting systems were not hacked or compromised in the two thousand sixteen election. Well there's been a lot of cybersecurity experts recently saying there are all kinds of ways that you can tamper with the official or unofficial results. If you can exploit some of these flaws you go to the companies. As i have and ask them to talk about this and they don't wanna talk about it. We reached for comment by the way but suddenly they disappeared. So that's how. They closed all their dominion offices. And just no more linked in dominion can you. Wow there's just a ploy shaped hole in a vacant lot. Yeah just a dominion employees. Dust clouds where they used to be. Mike you know what. Here's the here's the thing. It must be our greatest sin was taken seriously which you this jedi maybe. Msnbc you know. Blind squirrel denied every now and then. Absolutely believe it's interesting that they came out with all of these tales of how dangerous this could be right. After donald trump was elected trying to sow doubt and then in two thousand eighteen when moore republicans were elected trying to so further out than twenty. Twenty no no. No no no. Everything's at whatever you want to saying is. Don't take us seriously. Which which times is that. What you're saying well hold on. Let's go on to c. span span. Did this stuff. Every time i just thought c-span was one. There's like an odd congressional hearings. Say yeah exactly at all. C. span reported on how it was a problem that dominion and other voting systems control the vote in the st span. Twenty eighteen partisan hacks. Sell off a part of that Those assets to A third company. This is a company based in canada. Called dominion voting systems So dominion now has Part of old assets and contracts and espn s part of d- contracts and assets. Danger in that in your view yes so so yes and essentially is i. You know maybe controlling the votes is a too strong of a word. But they're certainly Writing the software for more than sixty percents of the machines that are counting votes in the us. Would it be if she was talking to a split screen hat grieving. I'd sort of in the middle of. I'm busy right now. We don't do commercials really unless you go. Full screen i just. I can't take a sip of my coffee. It was she. Branded a conspiracy theorist point this fact. Well she's now sure. Yeah probably the trump. She'll they're going back. Here is the leading all of these videos as fast as they can right now. Speaking schill rachel maddow. So let's apologised. Rachel maddow emphasized how worrisome it was that russia could again. This is what matters people just think of russia and the facebook ads. Rachel maddow was talking about. I think we actually have a montage because she did this. So much. a montage how votes could be compromised in the united states because of cyber attacks our election systems from. You guessed it russia. Rachel matt far more worrisome. To the obama team was the prospect of a cyber assault on voting systems before and on election. Day worrisome to the obama team was that prospect. Our government had previously announced that. Us election systems in the state of arizona and the state of illinois had been hacked by the russians Last week bloomberg news citing three people with direct knowledge of the investigation into the matter They had a report that said the russian attack Had just been about the against a a couple of states had actually been against thirty nine states. Russian cyberattacks much wider than previously known much wider than previously known. Said trump apologised. rachel maddow. Listen to him. He knows what he's talking and we just lost nine inconsequential viewers. We back yeah. We're back just norway for some reason and watching the late night show. That segment was david. Landow can't be shown in japan. Must've been all this happening right in japan. Do we do not know even if you murder jimmy fallon still have too much. Jimmy fatten so back to the rachel maddow. Think please lovely so i. She was saying that this is vulnerable. They were vulnerable. And that's probably we're vulnerable at some point. They didn't have all of the specifics that we have. It seems like he's done it again. It was just a suspicion. Ryan worth looking into hard wired ethernet case if they had more they would have reported on it. Yes and now that we do have more totally on for no. Let's bring back up. I know we don't usually do this. The first brian stelter clip which was See it again. Slow day so again. This is everything that they have back then. We just went through c. span cnn. Rachel maddow in-depth about how compromise. It could be now when we actually have receipts and we actually have data from the wifi networks being connected and hard line and even though you can hardline in twenty twenty Apparently to this this conspiracy crap is just like trump's anti-media enemy of the people's day. It's a slow acting poison that is crippling the american body politics. You build your house officer incredibly convenience that we have not only that i see this all the time right now. People are saying statistics don't matter these filings have spacing issues and who could possibly read this addressing the substance of at all. But you have you have points of data. It doesn't dominion doesn't have to be hacked for you to do some research into this. And then you add the dominion stuff on top of that where it's like well. This is impossible. They can't count that many times. Can we please look at no. No no yeah. Why in the world thing. I always the republicans who hinge everything on the on the statistical on sort of like the germans are going to be disappointed. Yeah i do think that it's important but you don't need that for several states to switch right. It's already unconstitutional. To tell people a pipe burst and send them home right. That's already bad. That's already bad if you walk into your house and you lie to your mother when she did. You wear shoes in the house right. No okay. that's a problem. Grounded you just so happen to also kill a squirrel. Because you're a little. Jeffrey dahmer and the make point is it's bad enough with what we have. You can already wiped out the margins. Just based on hand. Counting these ballots in arizona in georgia and the problem with arizona is that they would for them to challenge the electors they would actually have to have a supermajority to call the state legislature back into session which they do not have and the governor already certified it. We have a huge problem in arizona where we will likely find out that there was massive fraud or irregularities that caused people to be able to vote who are dead. I don't like that typically from vacant lots whatever it may be not a fan won't be able to overturn yes but what you're failing to remember for republicans in arizona those super delegates. That's just how you screw bernie all right side as rigged you guys you. Can someone explain to me a super delegate but explain it to me without sounding like okay a super delegates this is the part of the transparency party of. There's never been any voter fraud while there is going to affect it. People should be sending in ballots. We shouldn't have to actually check for signatures. We don't need any photo. Id by the way. One of the first actions. Joe biden wants to take us. President is a path to citizenship for eleven eleven million illegal immigrants and super delegates vote discounts ten times or eleven depending on how many i need to be election. This is what they mean by democracy. Yeah so they hacked our democracy out that that's definitely super delegates. Democratic bernie had one wouldn't even be by democratic socialism. It would be if he had won. It would have been by super delegate socialism which is really just socialism. You just wanted to say that right is oligarchical. Were how this is positively oli regarding watch tonight. Tux -clusive accu. It's a word act. I bet year regretting your decisions. Powell oligarch tuscaloosa should come on the more on the voter fraud or anyone want to chime in here. No okay move on we can move onto. We can move on. Hey look these assholes on cnn. Gosh okay We're going to be bad movie lines by the way behind For those who are watching a lot of credit dot com slash mug club. And we're going to be talking about another story of a black business owner. Who got mad at torquing really. Let's talk about this pandemic thing. I don't know if it's pandemic going on you here. Let's it still really sars to is a pandemic so we talked about this a lot and we have talked about it a lot. And i i will say this I have family family members and friends and people who disagree with me. And i have some friends who think that this is just something we have to. We have to come together for the common good. How much is your life worth. You know what would change the opinion of a lot of people a lot of people out there watching where you think okay. It's about it's about keeping people home now going on what six nine months right if you really talk about some places. They've been locked down plus okay. You just paid a million dollars in taxes you have a million and payroll to meet or fifteen people are unemployed. Tomorrow go that. Change your opinion a little bit folks. There is no. Do you have any idea how much i would love a covid. A co vacation a kobe. -cation get corona -cation. Let's go with exclusive young thing. Yeah you're on how much love to take six months off. Four months off shutdown. Get a two month break. Guess what everyone here job. That's how much is your life. Or how much is a livelihood with people. Fought wars over lessons because the ability to hunt that graham. Oh that's a place. That's where all the the buffalo are which by they were hunted to extinction. Hey i'm grateful for thanksgiving that we took your land. So thanks yeah. Buffalo conservationist the native american painting was colors of the wind. My ass they would fight. They would kill people over. We want ford hunt. Why because being able to provide a livelihood was your life neutral somehow separate that. Now it is. Which is your life fourth. You've a million dollars in payroll to make go or everyone loses their job. Jaakko willink has been in war chaka willing because kill terrorists will sing. White of there is for crying out loud and he still gets up at three forty five. I don't buy it and he goes back to bed but little nap. And there's more pressure on business owners because you're dealing with the livelihoods of many people not just lives and it's on going. When he was on the show he talked about that. He said there are very comparable here. So this is really important to note. Because i say that because a million dollars in payroll. Let's say typical small businesses. Yeah or half a million dollars again. People who collect check from a business owner who you likely hate. Imagine you have to pay out half a million dollars dollars in payroll and you just paid a million dollars in texas. This is not atypical. for small businesses. Those are the people who've had to shutter their businesses in record numbers since the great recession. Likely if this continues since the great depression people need to keep in mind but the big business has continued to profit Just like big banks just like big auto just like big unions. It hurts the little guy. It hurts the business owners. The people who make up the backbone of this country mom and pop businesses and mom and pop businesses can still be businesses that are in the tens of millions of dollars. A lot of people don't have necessarily some you can have a business that the ten twenty million dollar business and the people who own it are not even in the top taps tax bracket. That's very common but guess what the wealthiest billionaires they've added one trillion dollars to their net worth this pandemic a lot a trillion dollars since the pandemic started record businesses. Shuttering this is. What's also raised me. When i was in michigan i couldn't go to a low. I couldn't go to a farmer's market to pick up a local squash. i don't even know what that is in the gorge. Squash gourd wash yellow. But i could go to cosco. I order amazon prime. And you can't go you. Your grocery store amazon. Fresh in jeff bezos. Just going ooh superman and this is the democrat and you wonder why you wonder why. The democratic party is not the party of the working name anymore. They have kept every business owner. They've forbidding them from their businesses. They've kept people home. Unless they're going out for essentials pot liquor stores not church but costco and amazon. These are the people who stand to profit the most and by the way these are the people pushing for these kinds of far left policies because it eliminates competition like bill gates with a baseball that and computer companies only. Now you just have the government. Do your job down. We used to bring people to court for this antitrust lawsuits. We used to make sure that people could have a business open and not necessarily have it. Shut down for random reasons right. It'd be arrested for doing something. Like god forbid unlocking your door and somebody in how much. How much is your life worth. shut up. Shut up about this. How much i see this a whole lot and the people who virtue signal the chooses they actually they really don't the people who are being hurt most by this person wearing the mask growing. How much is your life worth. How many people do you employ. How many how. Many healthcare plans do provide the people out there because that goes away. Oh okay well. The government do it. Okay well who does the government or people who pay taxes We don't know because we've been telling you for years. The billionaires don't pay taxes. they have an offshore accounts. Oh so your tax base to mom and pop the small businesses. The people who they've shut down. How are you gonna pay for it. Yeah it defies logic but it's also not compassionate and that's what i'm about to get to here with some pastors who have i've had my fill of them by the way i never wanted it. I never requested fill. It was like someone like new jersey. Where you can't pump your own gash like getaway getaway getaway. I can't. I got extra for you to do this all right okay. This sucks yeah. It was just saying a lot of a lot of people who are calling for lockdowns. We've been talking about this. Since the very beginning of all this the people calling for lockdowns of the people with the least skilled the least amount of skin in the game people who don't have to pay people people who don't have i don't actually wait on their next paychecks and again it gives the light of the idea that republicans are the pro big business. Party republicans are pro business party but the big businesses. they want government intervention. They want they want anything. Because i want to be read with there. But i think concern serves big business or small business. I think we're all pro good businesses. Yeah yeah and by the way. I'm a student of history. Although i kind of tried to be. Sometimes i think the common good has been used by some very notable historical figures at lenin and pol pot said that i think we i think done insulation material mussalini said that. Do it for the common good. We have a common enemy. We have to fight against. Everybody has to sacrifice so that we can do this. Everybody has to sacrifice. Listen we have to see record. Unemployment and businesses shut down while. Jeff bezos baltin family. Not the ones who shut up too late at night. The walmart family make record profits because there's only ninety nine point nine nine eight percent chance of survival got. Yeah see us. Lewis said that among all tyrannies the one that's exercise for the benefit of its victims is the most egregious right but let's compass no. That's not true. Just let it ride. I wanna see the comments section mine. No it's it's absolute. And there's whose name pastor retweet miroslav mir swap paul. Yeah lower came. Well i would. I would say that guy could go to hell. He beat me to sting. He's on his way and people are asking. Why did you choose to tweet this because there are a lot of pastors. I don't have as much. I do have a problem with all of them. I should say but have more of a problem with people with who are leading their flock into a wolfman. What's happening right now. And by the way. Just because you're a pastor and you want to be nice doesn't mean that you understand the constitution. This is the only time. I've talked about this before. This is the only time in history of generations right. You have young kids who are trying to sound free speech on campus who are fighting for less rights and this is the only time where you see the party democratic party. The champion of the little man demanding no rights. This is the first thing about this. For a second. You have americans the people out there who are revolting. Who were denigrating. Who are vilifying. They're revolting for the right to go to work. Yeah they're not. They're not they're not even fighting for the right to offensive speech so that they can show up and you know notorious. Anti semite ben shapiro so they can speak on campus. That's not what they're doing towards jewish. Yeah it's rare story but i spotted exactly your exclusive. This is fighting for their right to go. They're not they're not asking for. This is a huge difference. Yeah at one side. That is fighting for their right to a handout. That is going to be subsidized by people who can no longer subsidize hand out and you say that billionaires don't pay taxes right. I don't think that's correct. Of course they do pay taxes. But it's still not enough. It's still not enough. If you get rid of all business you have one side fighting for the right to a handout. From the side that is fighting for the right to provide it and this is what really bothered with passers the name of the guy was miroslav. Vault vinnie. Sounds like a communist this out and people say. Why did you go after this. His tweet was. We are asked to wear cloth over her mouth and nose. Wash our hands and avoid crowds. These minor inconveniences can save your life. Your neighbors and the economy seldom has so little been asked for so much benefit. And he i think he was retweeting governor christie about john piper there who's a dig at piper dig like dig retweeting john piper. Here's the thing that's not all we've been mandated to do. We've not been asked to put on cloth and to maintain distance. Have you seen the new guidelines. You have to wear masks and celebrate christmas outside in detroit. It's not that would be one thing. I it doesn't mean that is constitutionally correct. You cannot say. Put this over your face and you're not allowed to go and see your family that you don't have the right to do that. Now this is the right to peaceably assemble when people do. You really need the same pass or do you really need to go to church for what's considering that a physical church has been important since the beginning of christianity. I would say so. Can people do their little zoom church. I'm sure they can doesn't matter. Guess what people have the right to a buddy. People have the right to thanksgiving. It doesn't matter what you think about that the nomination. It doesn't matter what you think about the church people say. Hey we require physical worship in congregation. You do not have the right to tell them anyways. If it was a bit you do not have the right to tell them otherwise. Otherwise and yeah. This is the kind of guidance you get from people who actually don't have any sense of what real danger is but go ahead. This is not. All that has been asked of us there's been far more mandated of us. We've been forced to shut her livelihoods forbidden for vince. How about this one. Forbidden from sharing last moments with loved ones. Does that not matter to you. Do something about christians laying hands and praying maybe at the final final moments. That's illegal. Let me ask you this. Pastor if your wife's dying of cancer in the icu. Dig skype because you're not a shepherd of the flock that i respect. If that's the case when i see people go out to these pastors virtue signaling us a little of i my wife. You guys know. This basic procedure woke up paralyzed from the waist down. I went into go visit her. Because it was supposed to be a basic twenty minute procedure. They weren't even going to put her under. I don't know but they did should a bad reaction to the anesthesia. Because my mother took her to the emergency room this happened. At the beginning of the pandemic. I rushed out of work. You remember rush go. My wife can't move her legs. We don't know what's going on. And i walked up and they said you can't visit your wife. It's only one person per twenty four hours. I said okay. I texted my wife and said listen. They're saying i can't come in here. Of course that's not true. But if i'm going to be on the nightly news tonight i probably can't visit you tomorrow. So how long do you think that this is going to be. She said hold on a second turns out my french. Canadian mother threaten the doctor and we were allowed to visit. Can't imagine people say well. It wasn't allowed to visit my wife. She was dying. You weren't you weren't they. Didn't let you visit your loved one when they were dying people. Don't let you. this is reminding you have and you have pastors. You have leaders of the spiritual flock going along with this. It's not just about masks and social distancing it's about removing our most cherished traditions and celebrations. Whether it's christmas whether it's thanksgiving whether it's preying over dying loved ones visiting family making mary. And you're willing to give that away so that you can tell everyone that you're one of those aqap aac christians. Yeah you know what. I haven't seen them go after. Either we've seen mosques churches we've seen synagogues. But no ma and i wanted to point after this the same guy. What's his name again miroslav. Vol- mir stall slav. Miroslav is rather than tom clancy villain he. Also i see them. You know these these people and you have the raw bells and the rate and plenty of churches. That do things like trying to make sure. I don't name names olivet fellowship. Tweet things out the stupid platitudes right now. You see obviously a lot of people. And i'm upset. I think people here upset about this. I was upset when i couldn't. They wouldn't allow me to visit my wife. If i had to get a battering ram like the townspeople and beauty and the beast. One of bills dabs contraptions. I was going to be seeing my wife. I thought her life happened to be endangered but apparently the christian thing to do is oh no okay. Can you discharge your. Oh you won't do that either. I get it pandemic. let me zoom you sweetie. But these platitudes they use. I see them say things like one person was tweeting. These are pastors. Have notable churches name their names but who they are people who show the most contempt for others do so because they truly have it for themselves. That's such a stoop really really washington churchill. I can't think anyone who hated adolf hitler more than churchill. that's just because he was self loathing nazi. This is the stupidest thing ever heard in my life. I think this is the problem without taking into account waited morality. Christians get to citizen. No that's not true. Is that the same sin. If you're fifty jews in your attic to tell all i can't lie fifty jews in my attic or do you tell them now and you save fifty lives. This is a whole other theological philosophical discussion. That we can get into but it's not even taking into account the idea. That contempt is somehow inherently wrong for a christian this creates. This creates a really really dangerous precedent for everything by that logic the monarchy. They were in the right because they didn't really have a problem with the american revolutionaries there's just gonna tax but we're not going to represent you was george washington's of the world the reviews of the world who said you know what we have contempt we have contempt for you not allowing us to practice religion freely. We have contempt for you. Taxing us without representation. We have contempt for society that does not allow freedom. It's just because they all secretly hated themselves. Show with your stupid platitudes and goes zoom. You're dying relatives. You should be ashamed of yourself. you put up. Just pray for him angry question you know what kind of like jesus with the temple or the big tree. Let's not saying. I'm jesus isn't necessarily righteous indignation close. This is something else. I also see the fastest. Go see a lot right now to ruin these in these divided times. It's about not about a monologue. It's about a dialogue. Really where's your change. My mind mr reverend man. 'cause i saw was you deliver a sermon about how conservatives who are refusing anti-constitutional tyranny are simpson's. Where's your dialogue. Tired of this show. I got i expected. From joe biden expected from kamala harris who essentially african americans slave labor by keeping them beyond their sentences in california prisons. I'm sad to say that now. I'm expecting it from christians in the church and you know what if you agree with people. Were watching whether it's live archive of here's pisses. I'm about to hit like hitler now. And maybe this will get through the youtube fact checking algorithm. But oh my god this is. This is what passes so often as christian cultural engagement so that that's the way but really it's just holding up a mirror to the culture and saying whatever you guys believes what i believe. Yeah and then repeating it back to them. That's not how you win people over it and it also doesn't acknowledge that there's an absolute contradiction between belief and unbeliev ryan. Belief is something that does encourage families to get together. That's faith faith is is actually going and knowing the risks of what you're doing and stepping out anyway and doing something with some courage but there is as long as people don't acknowledge that antithesis there will always be there. There will always be people that go into life without faith without bravery without courage wimps. You can't just come in and and that's a good way to put. And by the way wimp i don't mean you have to have big biceps and got crushed beer cans on your head audio way to someone who you would think is is more of an artistic audio wait. I know his wife. I don't know his family. Audio way has a backbone. Audio weight is a brass. Pair sodas gerald so does sort of everyone in this room. I'm not talking about being physically tough. I'm talking about telling a nurse to sorry. I know this isn't your job. You're a patsy for the higher ups but you'd better move. I'm going to throw you out a window test. A male nurse mind you. I'm talking about a male nurse. Smart never hit a female nurse. I just higher up well. This is because you're missing the story in the bible where there was this fan in it's plagued came in and everybody shuttle the synagogues and they didn't go worship god like they were supposed to and they all just said whatever. The tyrannical leader once will do absolutely not. The bible is filled with stories of people overcoming. Whatever obstacles necessary to be able to worship. God how they see fit. People were burned at the stake in rome. They were used as lights down the street. Big thing just use google hangout. Because i don't like you and i could hurt you. That's why that's my desiccation point. Now it is. It is absolutely unreal. I can't say that it's unreal. I should be. I should be more eloquent. I should be able to. I should be able to articulate myself better. But when i see i see christians and people who are led astray by this like you said it's establish any culture of our own or make any suggestions as to what a culture should be. Let's just like you said mirror. Can you imagine if the missionaries just going down there at the as texas a throw in berlin girls at down the pyramid. Hey that's interesting. That's sort of messiah. There's a better way of. Christians are killing goods or raping. But you know what part of your pagan i guess. When in rome won't try freight the the entire reason that you have safe. Society and a good society is because people had the exact opposite. Reggie yes as what the left wing christians are doing right now and and so one thing to be very clear. Pastors throughout history have done a horrible job of standing up in some of the darkest hours yeah right throughout history and they have been looked back upon as cowards for not doing it and not saying look. You can't tell us that we can't get together. We're going to be responsible. We're going to do the things that we need to do. But you can't tell us. This is a bridge too far. We've seen this over and over and over again and somebody is gonna come on and say this is not nazi germany in the nineteen thirties. Yeah it wasn't nazi. Germany in the nineteen thirties when it was nazi germany in the nineteen twenties when this stuff started in the united states the treaty oversight. That's only half joke up. Its international policy to browbeat. Don't make any country where a dunce cap in the corner in front of all the other countries doesn't turn out good. They tend to continue. Come with a vengeance. Saying looking back probably could have been better hands mistakes. I think we all think idea okay. Anyway the point. I'm so disappointed with the state of the church conservative in same thing with conservatives objections there's no reason for people right now people go. Why do you still. It's like a broken record. The first off we didn't have this information arizona until yesterday. It's the right thing to do. You should have this information. You're not going to get anywhere facebook. You're not going to get it on twitter. You're not gonna get on. Msnbc cnn and abc nbc cbs. Or fox news. So guess what i feel obligated to do it and provide a couple of dick jokes for some relief every now and then by the way. It's not a broken record. When they choose to the same illegal stuff in several states and you report it can rooker name crime. They were created over here. They did the same thing here they did. They did their crime over and over. Oj kills again. You're going to report ten global them for so ninety s arcade trial by the way. Let's go to Let's continue talking right now. What is this isn't cnn. This is the right network story. I don't know what you guys did. Back but casino was talking about Florida so this is a really important when you want to know the me as to whether the media is being honest with you listen. We've talked about this quite a bit. And by the way all the sources that we provided today are available at louder with crowder dot. Com link is in the description below. Or i don't know where you're washington so you can just hit so you watch it natively on youtube so we actually provide all these sources for you We've we've talked about different states now. Obviously blue states have not done as well as red states both economically. Obviously there's no debate about that. The thing that the left doesn't really want to talk about his blue states with these severe lockdowns have done far worse as far as mortality rates particular states. Like new york. I mean jonah. Johns hopkins eight or move a paper because it said that the death rates weren't really all that dramatically increased for in and twenty twenty versus twenty eighteen. And here's the thing if you look in two thousand nine hundred twenty twenty did increase overall. You can attribute it to four states. I won't tell you which one do your own research. Something about nursing homes and crips. I don't know but ultimately kobe deaths right now. They are spiking. So i want you to see you can see this shirt under the democrat governor. Look at that chart hockey. Stick chart governor gp pritzker. That's no good and do that one. Now let's contrast that because you're seeing deaths go up now. It's not just about case. Deaths are the metric that matter because i was going to cheat them there are ways to cheat death through votes or listing death this cove and even if it was a shotgun blast to the head or a guy who drove off an overpass. Drunk a motorcycle. We get it. There might have been some antibodies in the system. That's one for you sars to you all right donald novel son of a bitch own novel mike. But let's contrast this deaths going up if you're in illinois you should know about that if the press is not the enemy of the people if their goal is to keep people safe obviously it's not to inform people. Let's assume they're still job of the press to at least keep people physically safe some like they can't be entirely replaced by an amber alert on my phone. Let's contrast the spike in death. They've never talked about here on cnn. And illinois with their current coverage of florida when you've seen from santa's the governor of florida is essentially a lot like trump just sort of ignore the problem. We can handle it not a big deal no statewide walls statewide orders and then and then you start to see the numbers. Is that true sitting elvira vegan. Yes let's deaths. Have steadily been going down in florida since summer and florida has been far more open than illinois illinois at stricter lockdown measures and illinois seeing a spike in death. You look that's the deaths down in florida up in illinois. Why are you still talking. They're talking about florida not doing enough to lock people down. But they're not covering. Is that something they're doing in florida's working to lower deaths. Yeah week over week. What they're not what they're doing is they're praising illinois for removal of rights because that's sort of their ship yeah kid get a new within their praising them for the lockdowns but they ignore the crazy spike in death and their economy's doing better florida. Florida is not. Yeah not not enough restores on michigan mile. No not at all. And and this was from the illinois treating cova as if it's the only factor that is worth wing and florida's treating it as one among many factors right and the and the people who are treating it as one of many factors are doing better with that factor because they're weighing all of these factors by the way. If you way. Brian stelter into truck. It away. Instead it's one. This was that clip. We just ran was from the summertime when they were preaching the gloom and doom of what florida was doing. How dare they open up as a state right now and they haven't gone back and covered it and gone. Oh well hey we were wrong. They haven't gone back at all to florida to say well. These numbers actually don't look all that they haven't gone back and said we were wrong to put young covid patients in with old nursing home resident now no accountability none whatsoever. They get it wrong. No one calls him on it. That's why we'll keep doing what we're doing. And you know what people don't if people don't like some of these if they think that it's repetitive that we're covering arizona today that we're covering the voter fraud once will stop covering it when it stops happening or when it's acknowledged just like we'll stop covering the actual facts surrounding covid either when we're band or when they stop lying about the facts and citizen. It's not a mistake now. Yeah absolutely and one of the crazy things that they come out and say. I can't believe that people think the election was stolen. I can't believe they don't trust us anymore. When they do things like this they come back and are genuinely shocked. That people don't trust their bullcrap anymore. The problem is the problem is a lot of people do yes that pastor's name miroslav golf. Yeah he he by that. This is more press than he's gotten ever well. This is and more mispronunciations than he's ever a general any passers and preachers. Who wanna know circles guys you got you got to reevaluate you leaders. I it sounds nice. You don't have the right to tell someone else to shut down their business that they can't visit their loved ones. I don't care if you think that's a gop love christianity and you ignore half of the bible it still. It doesn't apply biblically. it doesn't apply theologically and it doesn't apply constitutionally here in the united states of america. That's what bothers me because people on cnn hell bound heathens. Of course we expect them to get it wrong and not take into account a higher accountability higher power a higher virtue other than having an asshole haircut like sanjay trim the rat tail for crying. You're not going to a barber. Social distance of course. We expect that from cnn. We expect them to not understand the value base judgement from the christian side secret higher. Power the spiritual side of this but the problem is i guess. I never expected those. Were supposed to be a spiritual academics to not take into account. The constitutionality history is at the proper dates. And what you need to have all of these portions of the equation. And i guess i thought that the leaders of the christian movement would expect this from cnn. Yeah i i better not from the right and if you care about your flock what about the increased suicide rate because people are depressed. What about the increase. Alcoholism domestic abuse. What about what about mental health issues. That people that are under twenty are now suffering in record numbers because of these lockdowns. Those people i think are part of your flock. I think those are the people that you said their lives matter when someone signs mass shooting with an illegally purchase firearm. And then we'll start about mental health of course another little tidbit miroslav golf Made a name for himself by saying that christians and muslims worship the same god. And we're on the same side. Oh good martin. Luther and nail the charlie hebdo cover to his congregation now. It's a joke. Take that as a death threat. But that's not because i threatened anyone. Muslims kill people over. You can nail nail as many pictures of jesus as you want white. Jesus mediterranean jesus. Black hebrew israelite. Jesus i don't care. No one's going die because i understand your rights. We're going to go play bad movie lines and talk about illinois a little bit more right now youtube. I've had my fill with you this off.

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Hour 2: Paul Finebaum joins

The Stephen A. Smith Show

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Hour 2: Paul Finebaum joins

"You cash in what's in your wallet terms apply this is the stephen smith show podcast stephen smith show podcast is brought to you capital one safercar four percent cashback on dining entertainment two percent of grocery stores in one percent of all other purchases now when you go out on him with the expectations on him i think he's failed miserably and i wish i could tell you i was surprised i'm surprised but i'm not because he just can't he's gotta free app by the way after the impressive went over orbit i'll get into all that in a second but on the line with me right now he is not so much lashes rookie campaign but certainly the two three years before that what's going on with your mind because of baker mayfield stephen a nothing surprises me about baker mayfield because thought circulating through your mind about a guy that you pretty much covered extensively over the last for at least last two year two to three years has wanted to be johnny manziel he wants to be the bad boy and he did that oklahoma and at times to his detriment now once you played gotcha baker mayfield perform on monday night football last night giving shellacked thirty one two three by the san francisco forty niners having nick bosa fainting okay all right as long as you approve go with it let's get right into it man there's a lot of stuff that we could get into and we will paul but after eight one himself with his own daily radio show coming on at three PM eastern standard time here's the mouth he's known as the mouth of the south to some of you to me channel athletes don't act like that they they do what richard sherman said they respect the game and and i've always felt that baker mayfield in the back of his mind ending a flag after sacking them and what have you san francisco's defense dominating him having a QBR like twenty nine point eight right now talk to me about the awesome reminder that my goal trey wingo we'll be live from south bend indiana this friday covering the USC today matchup part of ESPN radio's full he's ever going to be a an all pro he's got to have the right attitude and right now i think he cannot get out of his well one the heisman figures team in the national semifinals we tend to forget that and i often wondered about his ascension to the number one pick and he did surprise a lot of us i've told you a couple of times sitting right here in your studio i didn't think he would play as well as he did last year but this year with the pressure on him with the attention own shadow well when you are of the mindset that he has the wrong attitude paul finebaum first of all tell tell my audience specifically what are you alluding to and number he just can't seem to separate his college attitude from in reference to being a professional i love to be every weekday afternoon and morning depending on where you're living number the caller was always a triple eight say ESPN that's eight eight eight seven nine three seven with paul tour brought to you by marathon get five cents of every gallon everyday with making count wars from marathon to sign up visit make account dot com or download the do you want but he has everything stephen i don't understand i'm sitting in new york and you're in my native south how did we get this picture i you know i had to come down here to handle some business what a great football analysts in america the great one himself to one that only paul finebaum is live with yours truly right stephen smith show ESPN radio ESPN news was that paul the AT l. atlanta georgia i am sorry that i am not there but it is the weather's kinda nice down here it's kind of nice to be down here right now paul i gotta admit it i got him it's nice reconfirming his statement about baker mayfield not wanting to shake hands are you saying that essentially you don't you find richard sherman's well he's always got a tweet back if people he's always got to instigate peyton manning do that stuff he li- manning didn't do that kind of stuff the great the great ones don't they just and it was a total embarrassment frigid sherman said that he wouldn't shake his hand and you know richard sherman wanted his diatribe about baker mayfield concentrate on their team they watch film and they lead their team to victory reason he's a good player i'm not trying to act like he's he's he's a bum he's not then he SPN is claiming this some video that that was obtained that brings into question whether or not richard sherman was telling the truth before richard sherman comes back out and tweaks to how long do you think it's been going on with him i think it's been going on with him for for for many many years i mean by that to stephen as he he's always got a crack back i'm i'm continually amazed that baker mayfield's long resume of just his inability to to keep his eye on the prize but he always seems to be distracted but my question all couldn't a legitimate argument be made respect the game and i am in his camp whether we have a film that shows up tonight or not i i wasn't there but i that kind of attitude has worked for him it's part of what made him great those two years at oklahoma and what ultimately led to him being the number one overall pick in the NFL billions of dollars at stake in terms of what happens in this league and i just don't see that may well i mean there are some but i don't see that many quarterbacks healthy and that's a cliche but it's also a truism they started to play really well stephen eight the same team barely beat miami same team aac very very believable because of what you've seen and known of baker mayfield have this bruder film ole time history buffs but and whether there was a shaking of the hands or not whether there's video or not to meet stephen a. sheriff sherman is saying what's accurate the baker mayfield does not you know florida beat him press win over auburn what did we learn about the gators well we learned they have an amazing defense and once they got i should say doing what he is doing i thought the light about mahomes was really interesting mahomes has done a great deal bay you know what is baker done he played well in but in in the end he's got to be a leader and everyone always wants to say well that's baker you gotta let baker baker well you know what i saw baker being baker last night he's in the NFL now he's he's not he's not he's not an enormous oklahoma lubbock texas there are there are hundreds of millions in the country they beat a good team auburn i never felt like it was a national championship to like team on i'm not mitigating it i'm just simply stating it they were light favorite and the gators prevailed now to me the question is what will happen to the gators next they go to bat rouge this weekend and three weeks i go to jail needed a shank thirty five yard field goal by kentucky to survive but they took advantage of those things and with one of the most ferocious homefield advantage is homa he was the number one pick let's stop it right there what's he done to cleveland good season last year this year though to me is where you have to focus your eyes paul finebaum right here with steven ESPN radio ESPN news i almost fear i'm almost fearful of bringing jim harbaugh up because he's talking about the LSU on saturday night they need to score points and i don't think they're capable of it how good is LSU this year i think i think they're extraordinarily rest my case for bombay stephen ESPN radio ESPN news let's go back to college football now one of the big game that took place this week auburn jacksonville take on georgia i don't think they can win either game i just don't think they were quite built for that their offense is still fairly limited abe may i don't know if i'm right or wrong i was reacting to richard sherman into right what he said but but i i tend to believe the overall message that he sent whether draft couldn't an argument be made that that's what happened stephen that's fair and i'll give you that but don't you think there has to be a line of demarcation when you when you're a little pass happy when you're all over the field in practice your defense loses some of its toughness now saturday night they could come back and is on with with everyone watching and you and i've heard dog super bowl MVP all these crazy things and what's he done this year now that's right that's right jack and sitting at numero uno on the hotseat list let's move into a huge robbery obviously brought up florida and LSU what did you see from michigan victory over iowa how do you feel about them at this particular juncture worse or better than you fell last week not much different now this is an old school football coach i've heard newsline over thirty five years but there is a theory at least in college football steven a. that when you when you when you eh but he just needs to grow up and i think sometimes gets in the way i'm not blaming all of that on his pathetic performance last night i mean there's no excuse for that they may return but but they weren't great against texas and an earlier in in the biggest task really only test they've had so far this season they were not really sure what it was their offense doesn't look a dime different than the one we saw against army and when we saw against wisconsin and that offense difficult oklahoma versus texas they go up against one another this weekend it's a yearly annual thing of course how do you feel about that robbery overall stephen i love this rivalry would the one caveat is this is not a vintage LSU defense dave rant is one of the best d. coordinators in the country but will not carry them to a win against penn state or allow state there's no chance so i expected jim harbaugh to do something differently a vintage game but it wouldn't be as important as it is right now now now listen these games are dying breed because texas has to deal with a lot of other this defense seemed to be missing some elements i mean they they have some first round draft choices on the defense but they're not as cohesive i was talking to and he didn't i don't know why he says those things but listen stephen we've got to know jim harbaugh pretty well over these last five years he's goofy guy he says goofy things trask i is banged up i think has a sprained knee he took over for felipe franks their defense will take them a long way but against a team like like act we have maintained this we have georgia florida at the end of the month but so many of these great rivalry games like that alabama auburn for instance used to be played a couple of reasons number one it's one of the few college football rivalries that is still at a neutral site i've been to this game the night before portent teams you know with- within within the boundaries but the fact that these two are still in the same league and play a game like this a pat dye the other day the legendary auburn coach i said what's going on here with these with LSU's defense and he said i don't think they practice you and then i not too big on SEC but let me ask you this how do you personally feel about the red river rivalry and i liked that better than neutral sites why do you like the neutral i i'll use the alabama auburn game as as an example if felt different when bring that up because i think every day that baker mayfield struggles on the pro level i think folks are thinking about lincoln riley and how great he must be as a coach it's as crazy a party in dallas as you ever go to and and again they're border states they both have big rivals within their league but but i like the shing the last couple of years especially the offensive position anyone in the country and i will be very surprised if not shocked if when dallas makes a change at the end of the season i think is really really cool and i maybe maybe i'm going old school a little bit i understand that the economics of it but i'm glad we still have this game but i think these are special games for the fans and sometimes we forget when we know if oklahoma texas and texas played at oklahoma it would still be ah a semi neutral silo alabama well why didn't you like it on a neutral site paul i liked the idea of the flip-flopping each other's home turf every year i have back to back heisman trophy wins both baker mayfield and colin murray especially if he gets a third in a row in jalen hurts would that be something steven they just thinking it was at a neutral site now the the reason i i was laughing go is that a lot of auburn fans didn't find birmingham to be a neutral site it was alabama's home stadium as well so hi oh state as LSU and even georgia of of the top five or six teams i think oklahoma's probably the only one that i think clemson would come back with a report because right now this is not a top four team i have not seen very much that indicates that they are on the same level as alabama as ah in around all day and i haven't heard everything that was said but i'm really of the belief that lincoln rally has done as good a job what am i missing here i mean i i don't even know that's like having stephen a smith is your commencement speaker and then the next year you know you you go into a bar in brooklyn easily beat the rest of them i think the way they are playing right now they're capable and and i know i know dabble well enough to know that he's probably going to use this we're about five six how you feel about jalen hurts and the job that lincoln riley has been doing with him at oklahoma i think it's been fantastic and stephen i've been about it he had tried to say this with a straight face he had lincoln riley as his coaching college and freddie kitchen in the pros they're on the verge of being on the right track will paul i saw that offense i i can't see how he would make such a statement like that i think it's damn there sacrilegious and they don't load up a brinks truck to his backyard and offer him ten million or whatever whatever the number is to get him to go to dallas is interesting really i mean what what i saw was a defense that that showed up a great defence that moves missing against wisconsin maybe it was the environment maybe it was jonathan boban right here with steven a. ESPN radio news i've ever missing let you get out of here before i ask you about clemson couple of more questions actually you got clemson they suffered a couple of weeks ago now as an advantage he's probably going to get their attention but so what i mean if you get their attention against florida state or all these other schools on the schedule it's not going to really they won the game but it was a nail biter gets north carolina they escaped with their figurative lives was it a wakeup call for the reigning defending national champions what do you think is more than other games are playing i just don't think have adequately prepared them and i i'm concerned by the time they get through the the the easy indication of things to come down the down to where i'm gonna i'm gonna measure my words very very carefully now knowing where you are going to be on friday yes anybody liked to anybody stand up in front of five thousand people and make a speech i mean you you can't have much more of a drop off than that what unfair considering that the SEC will start to cannibalize each itself and right and there's no way the SEC will have any more than one undefeated that's all play in the ACC championship game in charlotte will they be prepared for the playoffs and i know fans hate when people talk like that inch but i want you i i i can't wait till next week to talk to you because i want to know what what you see when you look into the eyes of trevor lawrence when you talk to daboh sweeney when arraigning defending national champions are you saying that the playoffs would begin the day you would keep the number one ranked team in the nation at clemson tigers derail beating defending national champions you will keep them out of the college football playoff or saving a if if if if it ended today i would keep them out now that's thing that i don't like is anything that has happened prior to late august why that should matter i don't think it should will it perhaps seems to be a mess paul far above i'm gonna give you one more chance because you just rattled off about four or five teams you put ahead of the clemson tigers right now is as of this day they're not one of the top four teams in the country now it would be difficult to leave them out if they are undefeated name now i learned my lesson last week trying to argue with you about keeping me i i mean i got i got i got black eyes and bloody noses all over the place because of that i've been paying attention i'm extremely impressed with the job the dabo sweeney is done i just don't think there are nearly as good this year that is my point i for me i i'll go on no matter what i don't think this clemson team is anywhere near what they were last year and they can change who's the biggest threat to knock it off ohio state in the big ten is it penn state of wisconsin i i'm trying to remember where the penn state games ranting you went on so i'm going to be a little bit more careful even given the distance but but i i will watch this very carefully i all i'm saying they will say well look what happened last year well what happened last year is that clemson had had an elite defense i don't think they have an defense this year and the offense is later and if you look at what they've done so far i mean AM was a interesting tasks but AM has has not lived up to expectations some of these will give clemson all the credit in the world i know what they've done i mean when clemson fans hit me up on twitter that like i haven't been to all these games act like i haven't steve day welcome to our number two stephen smith show here with you over the national airways of ESPN radio and ESPN news well i listened to your argument well one thing about it i i listen when when smart people talk and i get what you're where you're coming from stephen with a one i i deep down he just glad to get out of there with a win because had they not gotten out of there with a win you talking about a guy with a bull's eye on his it to me it's just more of a festival i i'm not against home at home i frankly think they ought to do this disallow all these kickoff classics at the beginning of the year i think garbage it's an is penn state to me is nikolay dangerous so and we also remember what happened last year no is that game will be in columbus to wisconsin game will be in columbus oh i think those two teams i would probably go penn state they're a bit of a mystery to me i we all know what was and there's a transition going on there at the position you know is it worth continuing this agony is there a reason to believe in him fourteen as the head coach of the UCLA bruins one in five this season as far as soon as you UCLA you have any kind of self respect he should have been gone not great good SE needs great as so i think he'll he'll be gone at the end of the season and then we can we can begin to speculate whether it's urban meyer or whether it's not working at UCLA and i was naive to think early on when when he lost a couple of games that he might turn it around i mean i i see no reason to believe he's going to turn this around after scott frost and they settled for dan mullen i mean i really be interesting to see if chip kelly who had gone there i think he's in listen he got fired from the eagles after he had a good year there and then he fell apart i mean what he did at the forty niners was an abject disaster as you know and someone else chip kelly is an enigma to me he's just been a disaster at UCLA and i think at some point the powers should the list goes on and on the dallas to stephen smith show ESPN radio ESPN news this place look hunted i mean the guys on a losing streak i i thought he would be good he'll you know what's interesting stephen a the university of florida when after chip kelly then right steven i when when when our conversation continues about a coach's future i think it means that it's inevitable that he is going to be gone and by the way record right now i did a pretty good job eight five season his last year he was four or five and five and six i'm sorry his last year but you got chip kelly chip kelly is four is gonna lose this weekend but what's the point of of continuing lengthening this conversation he is not an elite coach he's a good coach oh don't think about those two creepy girls come stay with ast truly frightening i haven't seen one it doesn't it doesn't have to be money it's UCLA you gotta think about this here okay i mean jim moore didn't do a bad job i'm looking eh personality wise a very strange fit it worked at oregon where they have a lot of support coming from nike and other places in terms of the brand ah impossible to argue everybody who's worked with chip kelly including myself wants to talk about what a great guy is i don't care what kind of guy is he has he has failed now just seeing how they operate you know win saturday over over notre game notre dame may help klay hilton keep his job at USC i would like to as always in an eight say ESPN eight seven to nine three seven six back to your calls and more on so many different issues baker mayfield the NFL this whole daryl morey scituate next week ma-ma you take care now funding cleanse thank you steven a. all right the one and only paul finebaum check out his radio show coming up at the top of the hour don't miss it the mouth of the south is ready to roll i never believed and then when he got the i told you that they told you that as i didn't believe in him i said he's gonna be a disaster UCLA short it happened paul finebaum always appreciate your buddy i'll talk to you freak reevaluation today you could start your new life as an IT pro and as little as four months even if you're not a techie it's not rocket science on a guy goes great service geico you get twenty four seven access to licensed agents creepy girls room rockets could it be because NBA players do collect about fifty percent of basketball related income levels of defense against gunk where 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because what he says he is is the level of that he was at he should have known better not to say what he said america to us this is the greatest country in the world there's the greatest nation on god's green us to folks and when you broke it down and said really we just can't say we can't we just can't say whatever we want whatever we feel like saying you have to look at the con it's my computer career just making sure you knew that by the way the pre stephen smith show is being brought to you by chevy powered nitro plus premium gasoline now two members of a desolate disenfranchised community there are things to complain about with this nation so anytime anyone speaks it's gotta be angry until today when you spelled it out you broke it down very eloquently and i want to apologize for me directly not that i know of i'm just saying and every time i turn around people saying you gotta go to china so god fearing individuals yeah absolutely right ball went interest ought to be taken into consideration everybody about any iniquities that are taking place and being exacted there i said i guess other human beings and other nations you have people that stick the chester oh i it's just white man who are businessmen making money and that's all they think it ain't brothers over there making have to before they started many of their graduates could turn a computer on and off and that's about it now the IT professionals and you can do it to go to my computer career dot EDU and take the represent us and i- interest and then compromise us why would you do that whether they're right or wrong that the second you have something to lose the second something is identified and recognized as value to you and you players profit off of that what have you heard speak against china take your time i'll we picked up this that when darryl more we spoke people wanna attack me on twitter did you hear james harden apologetic did you wonder why did you think it was just because he's a member of houston the little lemonade cheating gonna wait from award i'm drinking lululemon take your time take your time what NBA player amazing how people get selective with who they wanna point there is at ah all of a sudden you're making better decisions and what corporate america is saying excuse me in from other places they may not feel that way not only that you also have to understand that even though this country is so great is so many of our eyes april you live at stephen good afternoon how are you personal i'm i'm what he knows what he's talking about and he's entitled to his politics i mean no disrespect by issue with ted cruz with him calling out the save right here next to me tell me one player you heard that criticized china we act kim is a radio he's a fantastic radio host and i listened to him every chance i get even though i disagree half the time but of life the problem i think it's very plausible thank you for your call eight thank you so much those of you out there who am i wonder i wanted to rare radio host and sports that's qualified because i actually know mark levin a little bit and i respect the hell the interest they didn't condemned our maury they showed sensitivity to the chinese government they show sensitivity to the american buddy either really really take allergic this i'm going to take top give me tell me to play you gotta produce out and in feel emboldened and want to sit up there and say everybody should speak out on these things etc etc well certain elevates their level of intelligence it is amazing how smart people get when they learned they have something to lose it gets tidal stefan marberry became a citizen of the country megabyte everybody talked about hamas is to be made over there kobe bryant lebron VA for doing something he knows good and dale well capitol hill does every day so if you do it every day is eight legitimate question in the world of business which is why i had a problem with ted cruz senator ted cruz who again i respect talk about the pot calling the kettle black talk about somebody living in a glass house throwing stoves come on cruise policy accepted and i think it's important april have uniform to point out something as well what what folks need to realize also particularly in the united states we're working at a property where this woman to be actually politically connecticut with very accurate and happened to be personal friends with barack obama had heard the you because capitol hill does that all the time if you're doing all the time how you gonna knock the NBA for doing it for monitoring probably virtue of him we'll hear what i had to say i respect ted cruz but i disagree with him attacking the press the NBA on this and she wanted to be in the fashion industry and she had these finger lot dreads and hair it don't matter whether you for fortune five hundred company or if you're a drug dealer on the street or you a student on a comer i know we communicate our respective and i know he supported ted cruz where ted cruz running against donald trump so i'm sure ted cruz if i know other means employer did it because he didn't want how representing his product need to do what i want you to do short i understood that i understood it you want but you don't want to talk about making money from china i can tell you that right now i know it's not party guy and you're republican i didn't vote for i wouldn't have over formed but the bottom line is i respect the hell out of that man he's small avenue i had a friend is many many years ago that's about a decade ago she was drop dead gorgeous just gorgeous gorgeous black woman can you interest by virtue adress how do you have your head down for our money swearing that you go it really in the workplace politics really don't have a place unless you're in the business of politics hey are you are you ready for this sean listen sean sean i got a story that a one up that can i tell it to you cannot tell us so anyway i want to i could do 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Raising Good Infants with Michael Bosstick and Lauryn Evarts Bosstick of The Skinny Confidential Podcast

Raising Good Humans

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Raising Good Infants with Michael Bosstick and Lauryn Evarts Bosstick of The Skinny Confidential Podcast

"The following podcast is a deer media production. Welcome to reason good humans. I'm dr lee pressman and today is a fun. Episode with the co founder of deer media the producer raising good cubans podcasts. Michael bostick and his partner and wife. Lauren effort they have a podcast. The skinny confidential his and hers podcast and deer media was founded with the premise of having female focused podcasters. So that's pretty cool But that's not what we're talking about today. michael. Lauren had a baby in january twenty twenty. So they've done this whole ride in this wild year and we're talking about emerging parenthood and the birth of becoming parents. Not just what's going on with the baby but what happens with the developments of parenthood. If you liked this episode please rate a little review. Give it a good rating if you didn't the me privately and you can give me feedback and i would love to hear from you. And as always please send me messages and bastions on the am of keep doing more. Qna's and hope you enjoyed this so in developmental research three parenting styles that are that you typically see across all cultures apart from neglect. Which obviously we're not talking about that on parenting podcast but So one is called authoritarian. And it's when you are super strict and you have really high expectations and sort of almost fear based parenting but in terms of emotional sensitivity. You're not there and so then. The other side of it is permissive. Parenting where it's like a free for all best friend. Parenting super sensitive to your child's emotional needs not a lot of boundaries not a lot of limit setting and then in this middle spot when you combine you guys is called authoritative parenting. And it's when you have sensitive warm nurturing and also very clear expectations in boundaries and that sort of combination allows kids to kind of grow in a way that they can be their emotional selves. But also they're gonna do something they're going to be able to you know sleep through the night if we're talking about babies or have a job whatever whatever the example is and so it sounds like you know usually you kind of copy a little bit about the parent the a little bit of the parenting that you experienced so did you have more permissive. Open parents or were they. It's funny because i think i married my mother and he thinks he married his father like personality personality wise. Yeah yeah. My mother was definitely more strict. More about more about Structure whereas my father was definitely more like me. Do you want to hear the more. The interesting thing is like. I do agree with that. But also i think that as i've gotten older maybe i'm more like my mother and as she's gotten older she's more like her father which is dynamic. And i think like selfishly. I talk about this on our podcast. The reason i liked the schedule. I i think we should prepaid lauren and i when we had the baby. We're both working fulltime doing their media and she's actually glad you said that because that is why i asked that question is you're you're both fulltime working here like after. We had the baby in january. And i went back to work two weeks and fortunately covert and if there is back to work when i was actually pushing getting texas but when i was in labor with covid hit straight back to work two weeks running. Intermediate and covert hypnosis. Go after kind of go back to the house. And i'm actually really happy if there isn't a silver lining spent so much time but the reason we we had a night nurse in the beginning. 'cause we were both fulltime and had we have no family in l. a. Was just us two. She helped us put the baby on a sleep schedule and find time to eat and just really taught us things. We had no clue what we're doing at all like both. We're not maybe people before and selfishly. I like the schedule. Because i know if i follow the schedule it gives me the most time with the child because if she's all over the place and sleeping when i'm working when i'm not then both of us don't get spence. I look at analogy. I know when she's when she's sleeping. Which is eating and maximize the time with her It's just kind of fell into this at the same time like last night. It was nine o'clock and she was still up in. That's not her schedule. she's supposed to be in bed at seven thirty. But i'm the type of person that's adoptable to that. She what she didn't want to go to sleep. She didn't feel good. She's teething so i brought her in my room. I turned on the salt rock lamp. I put like red light for her meditation music and i think six months ago he win like we can't do this can the and now he's sort of adopted to the fact that not everything is going to be on time all the time. There's going to be different circumstances. You have to be more valuable so it together. It's it's coming together nicely. I do think that it's like definitely a learning experience for about the west. That like you said and so we so six months. You've actually fully been covid. Parents entire january twenty six. So we we get like a month. You've got a month. I think for babies they. They were living their best life. There couldn't be anything better. You're right. I think even during pregnancy i started to think like this but then certainly after i had my first baby i was like. Oh i'm not the protagonist of the story anymore. Like i'm the mom of the. I'm the mom of the kiro and it was like how do i feel about that. That was like a big jump to just your identity shifts. Even if you don't feel like you're gonna be such. I've never heard someone explained it like that. It's very very profound thing to say. It does shift changes. It takes months to come to terms of that. So you can't like just get there like you were saying like talk about something that no one wants to talk about which is weight gain. You can simultaneously be so happy and grateful that you have a beautiful healthy baby but also feel shitty about weight gain. Yeah it. I don't get this place that were in were. You can't say it sucks to gain weight. I gained fifty five pounds. When i was pregnant. And afterwards you're you think you're just like you know you hear celebrities like i was breastfeeding and then i was running after my kid and i walked out of the hospital in my jeans and that didn't happen and and i started to sort of talk about that and realize there's women everywhere that that have felt the same way it doesn't just fall off. It's something you have to work out so now not only. Are you dealing with your identity. But that is part of your free. You're dealing with another element of it and then you're dealing with the anxiety and then you're dealing with just a lot of pressure and for me. I looked at it. Like i'm i'm very lucky. Like i have a night nurse. I have my husband helping me. What is wrong. What is wrong with me. Yeah that i can't get over this. And so i think that just sharing this putting out there to women to know that you know there's all kinds of different emotions and it's okay to have simultaneously all of them yet. I mean that's such an important lesson as a parent to for your kids to know that they're going to be a range of emotions that you can have mixed feelings about things. And i think to your point. There are things that you feel like. This is not profound enough. Like it's not a big enough thing. So i i shouldn't you know there's a lot of shame as a mom if you're worrying about something superficial or you know it feels like okay. I shouldn't worry about that. I should be grateful for this beautiful creature. I should you know things are things are good and then there can be that feeling of like to be focused on this thing of weight gain or whatever it is and you're allowed you're entitled to have all of those feelings but it's not really talked about because if you talk about it there's usually judgment that surrounds that. I really wanna pull like i. I'm going to continue to keep talking about it. Because i do think it's something that is not talked about enough. You're just supposed to sit there and smile. And you know be grateful and there's other elements that are happening with the body and it's also it's every single facet of your body it's your nipples. It's your giant. it's you're like if you're going to see section it's even the bottom of your feet like the bottoms of my fear. I mean i had a rash from the federal all down my back like it just a lot of wear and tear and i think for me. I went into pregnancy. Not like thinking about it like i. i never thought. Oh when i'm pregnant and read all the books and did all the research. I just went into it and was like i'm just gonna follow my intuition and see what happens. It was very like kind of like falling into something. So i never really knew all of these things. And maybe that's my own fault. They should've researched it more. But it's just every single facet of your body feels worn. I didn't feel like that. And i think that it's it's a conversation that separate from how happy you will be separate conversation. Today's episode is sponsored by assia malibu. The original plan based results driven. Skincare care. line go to malibu. 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I think there's a couple to one of the things that we had to come out and we were talking about this privately with a with a group of friends was like wh as a new parent or maybe as a man of a female child like this new light enters your life and all the sudden out of nowhere. You are like immediately in love. At least i was with this child. And it's like it's like when you get into a new relationship just smitten and what you forget is like okay. You can have that feeling and it's new and it's exciting and you're always going to feel it but what happens like okay. Don't forget about my wife. And i made possible but for like three or four months day like okay. Maybe i'm giving was giving too much attention to the baby. Because there's this new exciting thing. We had to work to get back to each other and noticing each other. Yeah and i think we're there. It took a long time six six seven months. And we're still like process. But i think if i wasn't like i started having to be really conscious of it like maybe like it's okay to love this baby so much but don't not at the expense of for getting my wife Not that i was trying to just like this new thing that i'd never experienced before and i don't think a lot of couples think about like. Oh here's a baby and like this is our new norm and you just accept it but like you really have to work at the relationship to keep it strong because i think that helps the child it. It definitely helps child. I mean you were talking about. You had a model for parents that were together for thirty five yard together for thirty five years. That's you know that's had an impact on you. It's easy to get off it though when you see the you know of course all of a sudden we're going my god. I love this kid and he put the full focus and you have to constantly work like it's great to have the baby new of it but don't forget like where it came from one of my favorite mentors at my life. He's been married for like thirty years. He has two kids and he told us the best advice. He says that he when he's alone in the car with his kids and they're driving. He just talks so highly of his wife in front of them how much he loves her like. How beautiful she is Just really praises her in front of them. And i think that that on both ends for both parents to be complementary and Express how grateful they are to have the partner in front of the kids is. It's a strong example. You see so many parents that are bashing their significant other whether they're divorced or together in front of their kids and for us like. I really hope we don't go that route. Well yeah i mean how you the relationship that you have with your daughter and the relationship with a bit she. Witnesses will be what she seeks out when she's an adult relationships. I mean not to put pressure on it but it has an impact. That is very true. It's the hollywood. how like. How correlated is that. When you will think of if you think about it everybody has a sense of what's home to them. What feels like home. You might not have a conscious sense but there is some sense to you about what feels what what you associate with home and that comes from those early years and you spend your life seeking comforts that replicate what home was like which is why in good ways and bad ways which is why if you don't come to terms with if you had an unhealthy home you'll tend to look for the same experience for your new family your adult family and so you always want to think what is home to me and is that healthy and the healthy home. You wanna continue to replicate and also you are counting. On the fact that that's the assumption you're even going to be aware of it but if home you are parents that were kind to each other and speaking highly of each other and affirming each other's importance in each other's lives and respect and love and someone spoke to you with empathy and respect and love. That's your expectation of how others should treat you how you should treat them and the reverse is true as well. So it's it's it's very Correlated and it makes sense if you think about it because these are those early years are the things that we don't. We are unaware of but they have shaped us or think. Conversations like those are helpful because even as a command in a relationship if i hear and i'm aware like okay. I'm setting an example for my future child. Who's going to go and seek out a man of this type of it actually checks you a little bit like you're not gonna lose your temporary. You'll be more patient. But a lot of people you know. These these conversations are at the forefront of so many things and so people don't know and they repeat behaviors. but if you're consciously don't repeat that cycle you can check yourself a little bit early. It's not easy but it's not easy and you don't have to do it. One hundred percent of the time. It's just being conscious of it and saying haha before i speak to my partner like that. Is this the voice. I want my child to seek out when she's an adult and those kinds or the person or the relationship and those things do help you stop and take a breath and make different choices than you would if you weren't conscious of it so maybe i shouldn't have called you a fucking asshole in front of her. It was a slip. But that's what i was going to say is. I always say like throw out. I used to say when. I first started throwing twenty five percent of what i say. Or what any expert says because it's ridiculous but now i'm like if you keep twenty five percent that's great because it just helps it's just an awareness and you'll see that these little you make little changes in conscious choices that's enough and the rest of course we're human we're gonna we're gonna call people those things. I don't know if there's is there cursing on raising good humans. That's good to keep in mind though with what you're saying with how we show up in front of our children. They are absorbing it. Yeah i mean you know. It's also to go back to the other part of the conversation about your body. It's also when we're going through the process which we you cannot go through that metamorphosis without thinking about the changes in your body how you speak to yourself should why don't like to use the word should 'cause that's sort of obnoxious but ideally using voice that you imagine your zaza would use on herself if you could hear her when she grows up. That's the voice we should be using with our selves. When we talk about our bodies we talk about our relationships because that inner voice even if nobody can hear you it's tat look how quickly i adapted. La but it is that energy. It's that it's physics. You know so when you're talking to yourself about what you should or shouldn't be doing with your body or how it's looking or any of those things it's using and it's not to say that you shouldn't reach for a peek or tried to do better but it's just using a compassionate voice and it's easier to think about that voice when you imagine like. Is this the voice i want zaza. Because they pick up on these things and so part of why becoming apparent changes your brain is because all of these things come into play and you can be aware of them and make your motivated to change things about yourself that you never would have given attention to before god. There's so much to do. I know but most of it but most of it's like awareness and yeah like it's not actually the stuff it's like a lot of it is just take a breath and check in and also. I think observing your thoughts. I've been really trying to do that. I'm observing like stepping outside myself and looking at myself as i'm thinking. Yeah and it's not judgment. You're not hating yourself thinking those thoughts you're just making an observation. Oh they're those thoughts shauna shapiro. Who's a psychologist Mindfulness psychologist better behaved on the podcast. A couple of times and she's a friend. She has a really beautiful practice that she does every morning. And i i've fully copied it. And i have kids do it. And half the time. They roll their eyes but she it's two seconds and she just puts her hand on her heart and says good morning. I love you to herself. Good morning good morning lease. I love you. And she said bear with me. Try it for a month because you know it takes a while to get into new habits. But it's that same idea of like we're wired to not take a moment for these positive. Wake up it's the first self loving positive thing that you do and then having my kids do the same thing. It was so quick and easy and it's very similar to observing the thoughts that you're having and kind of shifting them a little bit but it was just like a new habit. that was so sweet and definitely. I enjoyed how hokey my kids thought. It was but they still do it because it's funny in weird. It feels good. I love that we should do that every morning. You can also put your hand on me and say good morning. I love i was gonna to say and the other thing to continue. It is like and you say good morning to all of the people that you wanna put love out there too like your partner and your child's and it's kind of cool. I can't wait to see you tomorrow too weird. It's a weird Stage of life. We're not weird. I mean everybody everywhere. That's children go through it but we were talking on our show and like i thought that the reason i was reflecting so much like maybe i'm getting older but i didn't until we just talked i didn't realize it maybe it's because now i'm thinking about it through the lens of. How am i going to raise this child. Why am i the way like. What am i passing on. What is she passing. Oh my it's it's a weird thing. Because i haven't self reflected this much since maybe i was early early twenties. Go through and i'm just kind of getting by now. I'm like well. I'm gonna hit in the face with all these ideas and thoughts that i never thought about before that have always been there. Yeah it's school even though it's a lot and it's intense. It's very cool. Because i think it's like lifting a little bit of a cloud out of your head but it's a lot though because you're going my god. There's a lot of things that i just haven't thought about before. I think her as well. And i think that's where people may be sometimes struggles like there's so much information that is just been it's been there for forever but you just reflected on it. Yeah and you're trying to like kind of analyze and figure out all of it. I mean the good news is you're kind of born at the same time as your kid and as parents. So you're you're in infancy. It's parents and you get a whole life of learning these things and figuring these things out so you don't have to do it all at the same time. I mean part of this process. I have adolescence. And i feel like an adolescent mom in that you know i've been through infancy. I've been through these different time periods but this is a new one and we really are doing it together in concert with our babies. That's the wild part to. Yeah it's like you'd be you. You're becoming a mom at the same time they're like it's so it's it's trippy. It's it really is. I mean if you think about it you know at the hospital where i work. We have a sign where you come in to give birth and it just says parents are born here because that is the coolest thing i mean. We're born at the same time figuring this out. There is nothing more special. And i haven't had a second one so i don't know if i can say this then the the first time you give birth and it's such a new experience and it's like new new everything everything's new and being. I remember being with my husband and my daughter in that little room and just being like the that's like such a magical moment I don't know if it's like that every single time but you know. I mean that's not i don't think so either different. It's different because you know. I remember with my second i was like it was different but it wasn't diminished. It was just different. Wasn't new. it was more like so. I so was able to be appreciative because it was less scary so i was much more present probably but i definitely didn't get the same like you know. 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I mean there are a lot of benefits in on paper. Although i tell my sister. I'm like oh didn't have those five Was because you're experiencing the thing it's like how do you i mean you want to be conscious and i have siblings. I think about this arab. Be careful what i say. Here would never robot gap which you know like. It's the first time you've come a parents the first time you see them do this or that and so it's like it's the first of every and i think like you have to be conscious leading others than would always think about is then like when you have the baby. It's the last. That's what i think of myself with my with my parents and my well but i was the baby and so i felt so special and then you know when we became adults. My sister was like eyes zoom. You know that. I was the favourite am i was like. I assume you know that i was so something that happened was probably. We both told whatever story we needed to be in that place but when i look at both of my kids i genuinely have no. I mean there are days when you have a preference like i would rather hang out with one over the other because of their mood or whatever i wanna be doing but i am shocked that i genuinely don't have it preference overall like i love them so much so differently but so equally or winter the traits of if you quickly summarize instead of baby middle firstborn most of these things are not actually like the research doesn't pan out but in general we know like if you look at first children you put as parents more into them. Once you've had multiple kids you get first of all a little bit more relaxed and second of all you just. It's a time thing a resources thing like. I just don't have time to sit and do this with you. So they're going to be. Maybe there's less one on one adult interaction for them for their language development for example but there might be a more relaxed vibe which helps them emotionally. I have a question brianna. I know this is your podcast. So i don't want to hijack too much but you know more than i talk about potentially having multiple children and who knows if we will. We won't but you think we've talked about the eldest and baby in like the middle one thing. That's top of mind. Because i have a middle sister again like a lover but not maybe she gets caught sometimes between eldest and youngest. That's very common in many families And i've seen different parenting styles where someone like. It's going to be an all equal in my opinion that doesn't necessarily work out because children are different But at the same time. Like i've also seen instances where like maybe that middle child kind of gets minimize or lost in between the eldest and the baby. Like what do you tell. Parents that are experiencing that dynamic. How do you not make a child feel left out. I mean part of it is setting up expectations a little bit differently. Like things are not always equal and there's going to be times when each kid gets a different experience or privilege because one of them is older and can handle more and one of them just had the luck of the timing and i think setting the expectation that it's not like make sure that each child fields bike were evenly distributing everything and nobody should have a different feeling just sets them up to not constantly look for the fairness of at all. Because it's just not going to happen. So somebody especially likely the middle child is going to bear the brunt of that. Because you're a little. You're old enough for a grownup to say. Come on. take care of your baby brother or whatever but you're younger than the oldest so you might get the will you can't because you're not old enough yet and so it's it's not the. It's not the driest place to be but if you set the expectations up that look they're going to be benefits for all of you for being in this birth order that you're in they're going to be some moments when you think i really got the right ended the deal but on balance it'll even out. Also things like with kids for me. I do not want to make my daughter comfortable all the time. Life is class. It's hard you know it's not gonna be smooth sailing all the time like you have to go out and you have to go make your own money and put like use your work drive like i just think this whole movement about you know kids being comfortable all the time is bullshit. Yeah get after will also something more than i talk about all the time. We both eldest children and adults. No and both of us like from their parents. There's a lot of pressure from our. Were both of us to achieve. Got like you're on your own. You gotta figure it out. You're going to work hard like early age. Had to work and get things down and figure things out and then what we see with our siblings sometimes is maybe like. Oh there's a pass and like in my own personal life if my family. Here's this they do. It's kind of like well michael. You had the opportunity and you and you did this and like sisters. Didn't it's like well. That's not setting them up for the real world because they're going to get out there and the real world doesn't care who was the middle. Who was the oldest. She was the youngest and like they. Don't care if it's fair or not like life's going to hit you in the face. And what i try to think about now with us as like how do you. How do we not repeat that. And how do we make sure that all of the children if we have them are equipped to handle the real world and life as it comes at you because like lauren said like we had to get very uncomfortable for very long time to to get where we are but sometimes babies i feel like our middle like they get a little bit more of a pass than what. The parents put on some of the older kids. And it's just in my experience. I don't know that does happen. And being uncomfortable is a really important part of being resilient person you don't want your child to learn about how to take those failures. Are those difficult moments from actual horrible difficult moments. You want them to learn it when they have to give up their pacify it or when they can't have a cookie like those are the times that you want them to slowly build their skill at being frustrated and disappointed and uncomfortable and over time they recognize that they can get through those feelings so that by the time they're in high school when you have no control over whether or not they're going to have a tough day or an easy day that they can manage it so i think it's a really important point and can change in shift depending on birth order for sure but also temperament and all sorts of things and it's just our again awareness as parents like being emotionally. Supportive is always important but fixing the experience or the feeling is not only not important but it's actually potentially really detrimental because then you go into the world and you're like i don't recognize that. I know how to handle this feeling. It's like what we talked about on our podcast about death like. Are you going to say that. The hamster ran away. Or are you going to say that it ran into the street and it got hit by a car and it's no longer here. I think i mean whatever. However you say i would say that happened to you. It didn't happen to me actually did happen to me. My dad told me the hamster a way. That's why i asked that question. My dad was trying to protect me. That's a little. That's a little story. I think that as a parent you like wanna cushion death or any kind of adversity and it almost ends up like you said harming later on the hamster is like very little but i think it's important to have real conversations about the real world so they don't feel blindsided when they get out and experience adversity or think it gets back. We talked about how we're parenting styles are different I think sometimes maybe. Lauren exaggerates richness. But it's probably some truth to it but we're very aligned on the fact that like we want the kid to develop some resiliency like develop you know feeling setback and overcoming because both of us had to how to do that and i hope this kid will probably have a better childhood than we did. Because you know that's humans evolving like we've gone further and further along but we think about all the time like how do we not just protect her and shelter from everything. Lake actually set her up. So that if got like god forbid lord. And i aren't in the world at some point she can stand on her own experience. What a setback is overcome it. It's a it's a were charged with a huge task. But that's like one of the things that is a real gift to kids is being able to sit with them through their discomfort and and worse than uncomfortable but sometimes real distress. And that's how you do. It is that you're not afraid of that in these earlier's you're not afraid of that discomfort and distressing because you're confident that she can do it that she can get through it and then of course when i mean. She's six months old. You can give her a little bit of a break but Dhabi maybe for another month or two relatives so just the small things but like at this age it would be as she's learning how to crawl. Let say when she's trying to reach for something not just handing it to her letting you know pushing it a little close to her so in reach but just a little bit challenging and so of course. I'm not saying like now you should pull her aside and be like a hamster was run over but over time you know it gets you know the challenges get bigger and that's how we can start to take a breath and think they have this they were. They're going to be able to do this. And that message to them is so valuable like to know that your parents believe that you've got this even though it's really hard is so huge. Thank you for listening and a huge huge. Thank you to all of you listeners. And community members of raising good humans. Podcast i have so much gratitude for you. And i hope that you had a meaningful thanksgiving.

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XFL: Can a New Football League Succeed?

ESPN Daily

28:39 min | 1 year ago

XFL: Can a New Football League Succeed?

"There's nothing that this league has in common with the original. XFL We've focused one hundred percent on really good quality football. We're doing this for the love. The game was Oliver Luck. Commissioner of the newest incarnation of the XFL which kicks off this weekend. Many football leagues have tried to provide an alternative to the NFL over the years ears but none have succeeded. Will this time be any different. Plus who won the NBA Trade deadline. I mean at times. It's Friday February seventh. This is espn daily presented by ADT. Kevin are you mean well. I'm starting experience little football withdrawal d think others Are Feeling that way. I think so. I think this is a week. Where people would it? Hits them quickly that football's over Kevin Siefert writes about the NFL and the XFL for ESPN. And it's not coming back again until September so that feels like a long long time from now. Yeah I know the symptoms of football withdrawal are pretty recognizable on Sunday mornings as I go downstairs. I just sit blankly in front of my television staring at it waiting for something to materialize. Sickness is probably a few people reconciling salary cap numbers in preparation for free as well but those are only the hardest core of the hardcore people. Again I I think most people when they hear. XFL's launching their first reaction is why. Now you know I. I think it's pretty simple. It's that football continues continues to be the most popular sport in this country. The NFL is by far the most profitable pro sports league in the country and people want a piece of it and there are so few NFL Games over the course of one year that it feels like there's a big part of the calendar that still has a window open for well-played interesting football and yet that boys existed. It's just not work in the past. I mean most recently with the Alliance of American football the ball we have breaking news. ESPN reporting the Alliance of American. Football is suspending all operations. Here is the similar logic. They wanted to fill the void but right after eight weeks sleek went bankrupt. How are they not anxious about that happening again? Well the one thing that's different about the XFL compared appeared to really any other alternative league that has tried to come up is that they have legitimate money behind them. XFL Kickoff in twenty twenty quite. I frankly we're GONNA give the game of football back to fans. Vince McMahon the chairman and CEO of WWe is the owner and financier of this league. He has committed a fair amount to do. This doesn't mean he is going to spend it all or he should spend it all or that he couldn't pull it back at any time but it's is an important first step to actually have real money behind a league and so that gives them some confidence that if they make some progress each year they'll have multiple years to develop a product product still. It is very hard as many people have proven over the past few decades to start a football league from scratch scratch where does your when the XFL originally launched in two thousand one with Vince McMahon at the how it felt at the time like an extension of WWe Violence and scantily clad cheerleaders and loud noises and they were pitting themselves against the NFL. which at the time they were calling the no fun league and the XFL was the extra fun league but this time around? They seem to be marketing. It very differently very much. So Vince McMahon has been completely absent from the promotional run up to the season. And I think that's by design. He hired Oliver Luck to be the commissioner and I think people would agree overlooks one of the most respected serious sports sports administrators in the country in terms of all the different jobs that he's had they really view themselves their window their market as hardcore football fans who are really bombed that football is over and they need to appeal to those people they did a study and they came up with the idea that there's forty million people people at the end of the NFL season. Who would be interested in more football after that? And those are the people that they're focusing on. I think there is reasonably a lot of skepticism. Assim around football fans who have seen these leagues in the past fail. How has Oliver lucked commissioner responded to that I think he understands you know he? He's well aware that the history tells you that this has never worked at least in the modern era of pro sports in this country we recognize the past and we've studied a lot of those leagues and they often come down really to two things one they were not a capital secondly making bad decision. And you know having a guy like Vince who's built incredibly successful businesses will help us not fall into making a bad decision making. I also think Jeremy's last time a alternate football ball league worked was the American football league and they ended up merging with the NFL fifty some years ago and so He's well aware that this has been tried many times and I think he's fairly humble about the process that they have ahead of them. Everyone who works for the XFL you know some of whom worked for the original XFL know that this is almost an unprecedented ed situation. If they were to succeed so I don't think they have any illusions about how easy it will be. But I think they do feel like they've put some things in place that have never been put in place before for an an alternative football league. What is the basic structure of the League? There's eight teams. There's about forty to fifty fifty players on each team. They're spread out around the country. Most of them are in warm weather places because this is going to be a late winter early spring season. La Houston Tampa Bay Dallas some of the teams there. DC in New York will be the two that will play outdoors and somewhat cold environments the play ten games over the next ten weeks and they'll be semi final the week Gov April eighteenth and nineteenth and then a championship game on the twenty sixth which is the day after the NFL draft and then those players will then be eligible go to NFL MINICAMPS and training camps if they garner interest said the XFL. This time is trying to avoid unstick but they also are changing a lot of the rules. What are some of the rule changes in this league? That jumped out to you as being particularly interesting well. They're very much believe that the kickoff should stay part of the game and be a much more exciting play than it is in the NFL touchback on kickoffs in the NFL reached almost sixty eighty percent this past year. It's almost a dead play so basically what the XFL has done is moved. The kickoff back five yards so that it's unlikely to go into the end zone own and they've moved all the cover people and all the coverage people between thirty and thirty five yard line and nobody can move until the returner catches the ball. And then you can start blocking and tackling pulling. This is a way to dramatically increase the number of returns without sacrificing much in the way of health and safety they also have done some things with the punt if you kick punt into the end zone. It's coming back to the thirty five yard line. And if you try a coffin corner kick and it goes out of bounds. It's also coming back to the thirty five yard line. So there's a big incentive to go for it when you're anywhere on the other side of the fifty and then point after attemps. Trump's have changed as well compared to the way the. NFL does it. There's GonNa be no kicking you either. Go for one point from the two yard line to from the five yard line and three read from the ten yard line and so that will give people a lot more options Certainly a more exciting play than an extra point and it actually will probably minimize the number number of overtime games. Because you'll have a chance. Basically at a nine point touchdown if you go for three after scoring and sounds like the XFL is waging war on special teams. I think that they realize that special teams important but that for the most part in the NFL special teams has not been very exciting in recent years ethnic fans will appreciate that if you can actually make punts and kickoffs interesting. What are the players salaries like the average? XFL player will earn fifty five thousand dollars over the course of ten games. Assuming he's on the roster the active roster for all ten games most of the quarterbacks they signed we are getting more than that fifty five thousand dollars a few of them are are approaching the minimum NFL salary. That's in the four hundred ninety thousand dollar range and the XFL felt strongly Oliver luck in particular that if they were going to devote resources to player salaries if should be at the quarterback spot that so much would snowball from good quarterback play or bad quarterback play or at least credible quarterback play. And so that's why they were paying some of the quarterbacks a lot more money but for the most part they're not even close to to say. NFL practice squad type salaries well along those lines. Could a college quarterback like I dunno Trevor Lawrence who's not yet draft eligible leave school go to the XFL and make some money before the draft. He absolutely could and that was sort of one of the market disruptions that we wondered if the XFL will try to attempt because as we know in the NFL you have to have been away from high school for three years before your draft eligible the XFL does not have that rule is not bound to it and so presumably could have recruited Trevor Lawrence to leave Clemson play a season with them. You know get a lot more eyeballs on the league and so that is the paradigm worth watching for future years if they're our future years of the XFL but this year they did not choose to do that in a high profile away. Kevin what do you think success will look like for the XFO ultimately the only success for any for profit business like the XFL in the NFL or anyone else's if they make money but I think this year success would be that they get through a ten game season and at the end of the season people can look back and say that was actually a really cool fun brand of football. You know one thing that's going to happen happening. Every single one of these Games is going to get national television on either. ABC ESPN ESPN two or one of the Fox channels as well so every single game is going to get measured Richard for ratings and that will give us an idea of our people buying in the XFL can say that yes S. people bought in. And here's the data. We have to prove it in terms of ratings and attendance been. It'll be a success and then they can reliably go into a second year looking to build on that Thanks so much Kevin Meena coming up the SEC's leader in career completions yards and touchdowns joins me to talk about his new role in the XFL. hiring is challenging. But there's one place you can go. Were hiring a simple fast in smart and growing businesses connect qualified candidates cafe Torre. COO DYLAN MOSKOWITZ experienced. How challenging hiring can be after unsuccessfully searching for a director of coffee for his organic coffee company but then he switched Ziprecruiter and saw an immediate difference and you can too by signing up for free at ZIPRECRUITER RECRUITER DOT com slash? ESPN daily Ziprecruiter. Doesn't depend on candidates finding you. It finds them for you. And its technology identifies people with the right experience and advise him to apply to your job. You get qualified candidates faster in fact after posting his job to ziprecruiter Dylan said. 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What's the energy like in practice right now especially with the the new league just starting? I think it's a lot of excitement. I think honestly offensively defensively or kind of sick of just practices against each other. I mean we get all I guess or. Ot as in December for a few weeks we had many camp in Houston for a few weeks. And now it's like okay. Let's go against them. I knew faces and other Pete a little bit I know for me I grew up in Tampa. We had season tickets to go see the box. I went to a ton of games and Raymond James Stadium and I would wear my book Jersey and Brad Johnson and work done and all those those guys and now I get opportunity to go play and Raymond James is my home saving for the season so I think that's a really cool opportunity. I think we've put a ton of hard working over the past few months and not just this team but all the teams the entire league to make sure that it should be a very smooth ride from your out so this is kind of full circle for you going from in Tampa back to Tampa Philipson and sort of all the stops. You've made along the way. Yeah so I. I grew up here in Tampa and then I'd be the fortunate ability ability to go on and play football diversity Georgia Had a chance to play there for four years Then was drafted by the Kansas City. Chiefs wasn't Kansas City. For a couple of years there's And then went over to Philadelphia for season. I had a great time there and then the last season was playing in the AF with the Atlanta legends. And then this year obviously now over getting things creek in XFL. And you're twenty nine so you were about ten when the XFL originally launched and what do you remember about the League back. Then I remember the kind of I guess you could say scrum at the beginning of the game Where it's like you you throw a ball out and guys go to fight for it to get the ball first And I think everyone will remember the names on the back of the Jersey. You know he ate me and all that good stuff. I think. That's what stuck out the most about that. League was I guess you could say somewhere that the gimmicky stuff not so much the football and I think that's what they kind of mindset is now when it comes from Vince sense and Oliver Luck and everyone involved is you know we don't need all that stuff. You Know People WanNa Watch football. This is the same game that you watch on Sunday. You know. We're GONNA have a little differences here. There are the way the game's played with the with the clock. The game's going to be a little bit faster. The clock won't stop besides under two minutes both at the half and at the game so it should be a quicker tame. They're aiming for about two hours and forty five minutes so about fifteen twenty minutes shorter than the NFL Game Lot Action Gogo make it very competitive repetitive UPTEMPO and should should be a great performance from all teams for the fans. Go Watch on on Saturdays and Sundays. As a quarterback had is the speed aspect. Let's affects you. I'm looking forward to facing some tired. Defenses in the fourth quarter. Yeah I mean the the the goal is the difference a little bit to the game clock doc ID the. NFL's forty seconds here to be twenty five so you're gonNA see a lot more UPTEMPO. Offense plays in not go to fast that you put your guys out of position you lose the ability communicate. So they're still going to be time for that but like I said there's still going to be a little bit more of a sense of urgency. How did the XFL even become an option for you in the first place? Ace for a little background. I've been working with. CBS for the past few years I do in college. Football Games commentary in the booth. So if I had a great time doing that but that's pretty much turn the fall only so they listen. I don't have much to do in the spring. You know. Pretty much always going to be doing his golfing every day So they WANNA go play a little football. Mike and I can lose a couple of strokes this year in order to play the game I love and have some fun out down in Tampa so I just remember. Coach trestman actually reached out to WHO Mark Rick And I remember coach. Rick called me. This is a while back ago saying. Hey there's this new league coming out There's a guy named Mark Trestman. I don't know if you've heard of course you know. Of course. He said he reached out to me. While the know your interest in the league and I was like I don't know about that and then finally coachman I connected and like I said the biggest biggest factor too along with it was the fact I got to come Tampa. You know a a lose a couple of sharks on my golf game but you know I'll take advantage of this opportunity. You mentioned you're with a f you know we've done a lot of reporting on sort of the collapse of that league and the financial problems and how they affected players. What was the end of that? Like for you and It definitely was you know it was shocking. The way just concluded after whatever week seven week. Eight and You the great thing with this with this new league XFL. I think they've taken more time to make sure everything was right. You know they. They didn't rush to market trying to be the first one out there. They said we're GONNA I sit back. Observe learn continue to make sure or ducts or a row that when we're ready to roll things out everything's going to be perfect and then my experience so far these past Husky months with the XFL is is is just that you know they have everything ready from facilities learning from some incredible coaches. I mean all over La Kinda run. The show show on prime time television every Saturday and Sunday for people to watch it just a a great mix of a lot of good stuff to make this league extremely successful when you look across the League and also obviously our own roster. Are there a lot of guys you know or you've played with even though you guys. I played with both in college. And we have A few Georgia boys here on this football team Guys played against in the SEC. Guys I played against an illegal twenty. We're you know I was After practice just get changed and and one of the guys one of our defense advantage like do you remember when I sat you were played. You guys in preseason Tennessee. Kansas City I was like I don't know about. Oh that one in the pull up the picture of course he google news right here actually completed that task and then you hit me so It it's good to be on some of these guys. Hi Steve. I mean some of them definitely give you some headaches both in college in the NFL but you work in media. You mentioned your Golf Game Gene. Why are you playing in this league? for the love of football. I think that's that's what everyone They love the game of football and this gives everyone an opportunity opportunity to go out there. I mean who knows what what some guys have had to deal with. You know. Maybe you went to a small college and no one really you know recognize you. Maybe you got hurt or maybe you got in the League. And and he just didn't do things the right way. Maybe slacked off if you thought you arrived. You just didn't work as hard as you want to. And then we all know what the NFL stands for. It's it's not for long. You know it. It is a true honor and blessing to be in that league and it's extremely tough to to one get in it into staying there for a long time so this is guys as to what you said may have had any one of those instances. I just talked about in their life. Get an opportunity right now because they love the game of football to make up for whatever wrong all occurred in their life or whatever Miss Opportunity they had and I think everyone's ultimate goal is is to win all the competitors but they also want to get back into the NFL. This gives them an opportunity. Opportunity to learn pro-style systems both offensively and defensively to try to make that dream. A reality. Is that something you inspire to personally. I don't know you know for me. If there's an opportunity at the end of the year beyond evaluated obviously talk with family me my wife since he you know this is something I definitely WanNa pursue or is this you know I don't I don't know for me right now. Focused on that. I'm completely prepared to to put myself and my teammates in the best situation to go out there and and once football games we have to Newark Guardians this weekend. Let's kick some plot. Thanks so much Erin appreciate it thank you coming up we tell you who won and lost the NBA Trade Deadline Espn daily is brought to you by ADT. What is real protection? Well when it comes to your home real protection means. ADT The nation's number one smart home security provider with Adt. You you get all of the latest innovation in Smart Home Security combined with twenty four seven monitoring from the most trusted name in home security you get everything from video doorbells indoor during outdoor cameras smart locks and lights controlled from the ADT APP or the sound of Your Voice. So what are you waiting for. Help protect your home with. Adt Go good ADT dot com slash podcast today so we're joined now by Kevin Pelton ESPN NBA writer. An insider Kevin. I want you to come on today because every time there's an NBA trade. The first thing I do is I go to. ESPN DOT COM. I searched for your name. I looked to see what grade you gave the trade and then I steal that grade my commentaries that I sound smart with your tough grader so I was surprised to see some as from you. I guess I'll start by asking getting now that the trade deadline is wrapped. Who Do you think was the biggest winner? I think it's got to be the clippers. The clippers the one team that did make a couple of trades. One that was just a clear a roster spot. It seemed like the Clippers Lakers were going head to head in. Maybe a preview of the western conference finals to get Marcus. Morris from the Knicks with the Clippers who ended up prevailing ailing They had the advantage of the fact that they could trade their first round. Pick this year. The Lakers don't have any first round picks that they can guarantee to another team and it sounds like maybe they weren't willing to I'm quite include. Kyle Kuzma trade. But you know Morris would have fit either of these two teams. He's an extremely versatile defender. Someone who can match up with Lebron James the clippers. Don't want Leonard and Paul George Having to guard him is frequently and then someone who's a legitimate threat. Offensively is shooting forty four percent from three point range this season fifth the league. That's maybe a little above his real level is at three point shooter. But certainly someone that you have to count for defensively. You also really liked what the Miami Heat did bringing bringing in Andrei Igwe dolla shipping out. Dion waiters talks about what this means for the heat and their playoff chances. Yeah I liked this this both now and going forward. I mean it'll be interesting to see what they get from Igwe Dolla. None of us. Unless you've been at the gym. I think he was working out at Saint. Mary's and that Kevin Arnovitz story story that he posted earlier this week. Or I'm sorry. USF unless you happen to be there. You don't know what all looks like right now because we haven't seen in place since game six of the NBA. Gay Finals the Grizzlies. Just let him stay at home. Will they try to figure out a trade which got a little contentious earlier this week especially with their young players but you know this ended up being the result that they wanted Gaulle wanted as well where he gets to go to a contender gets to play in Miami and then actually somewhat surprisingly signed an extension with the heat so he'll stay there next season so the other major trade was between Minnesota and Golden State Minnesota sent them Andrew Wiggins and a couple of picks one of which is in the first round is protected? Golden State sent Diangelo Russel to the timberwolves who had long been lusting after Russell was a pretty open secret an NBA. Who Do you think about the better of that? This goes all the way back to last July when the symbols are trying to figure out a way to sign Russell as a free agent even though they didn't have any cap space and you know the warriors kind of got in the middle of that and the assumption all along was that they got Russell in that sign and trade for Kevin Durant Kevin Durant to trade him. And that's what they've finally done here now but I like it a lot better personally for Minnesota. They just kind of had to do something. This franchise was going nowhere right now. They have lost seventeen consecutive games. That Karl Anthony towns has played. I think their last win within came before Thanksgiving he did miss an extended stretch in that period. But you know that's that's still hard to believe and Russell's feels guy. He wanted to play with a friend of his. And I think that's a pretty good pick and roll combination too dangerous shooters towns. His ability in the post makes difficult to switch which is kind of the the Kryptonite for Russell defensively in the pick and roll so they fit well together offensively although they might not be able to stop anyone conversely I don't like it as much for the warriors comparison. That's GONNA come up. Here is between Andrew Wiggins Harrison. Barnes who are pretty similar players in barnes was of course the starting small forward on the first championship team for the warriors. There's and the next year's team that won seventy three games and lost in game seven of the finals but even though they're pretty similar players highly touted guys who have just become volume scores in the NBA NBA. There are some important differences between the two of them Barnes's a better catch and shoot option plane next to steph curry and Klay Thompson in with Draymond Green. And then the other key thing here here is Barnes. A lot of value was he was able to slide down to power forward when the warriors went to the death. Lineup put Trayvon Green at center. A little problem is they also don't have Andrea Adul- anymore to to bring in alongside and when they do that but we really capable of defending power forwards like Barnes was well last question Kevin. They lose base loser and all this. I mean I think for today. It's probably got to be the Lakers. I mean this is again. They were going head to head with the clippers. I these two teams have. It seemed been on Clinton course since last summer when they dueled over the rights to quiet Leonard and the clippers came up the winner in that one as well They might have one more battle. Coming in terms of Darren Collison who retired last summer right before free agency and in could be headed back to the NBA map orange on the jump today that call us in his fifty fifty to play the season. He's in L. A.. Area Native and probably would sign with one of those two teams. So it'll be interesting to see if one of them can still make another marquee edition after the deadline. Thanks so much Kevin. I'll give you a two day downhill from here. Thanks I mean times and this has been. ESPN daily our show is produced by Michael. Bolton Era Troy Farkas Alexandra Hi Cet Mike. John's Sarah Kazadi St Marteen Ryan and Tell David Rossi Andy tennant Eve tro Christie Manila. And Erinvale we'll talk to you Monday.

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Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Masking the truth with the Raiders and why Josh Allen aptly defines Adam Hill

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Unsportsmanlike Conduct: Masking the truth with the Raiders and why Josh Allen aptly defines Adam Hill

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Just like the incredible players we sit down with on the podcast. The Chevy Silverado is in a League of its own strong advance and dependable download t one today wherever you listen to podcasts. Listening to Vegas Nation. It's Friday, which means it's time for unsportsmanlike conduct with your host, Adam Hill and at grain. Hey welcome welcomed unsportsmanlike conduct of the Vegas Nation podcast sponsored by Sami Nash Injury Lawn brought to you by door Dash Pepsi and favorite shots where your said Green Adam Hill where each week to give you some thoughts on the Las Vegas Raiders before entering the World News and other topics, we really find interesting. He likes it when I say this, let's. Patriots film versus. Thirty six to twenty. Do you just burn the film? Should we even mention the gamers are more important things like no masks to talk about I think you have mentioned the game I think we've mentioned it. You have to. Okay. I. Mean people. Listen. I. Think People are here for expert analysis of the tape breakdown for sure that's what take. They listened to the podcast that are wonderful. Commercial Reads I. Think People Enjoy those two? Wonderful on the Pepsi I by the way true here. but yeah, I, think the. The game obviously did not go well for the raiders. There's no question. I think expose some of the things that are real problems with a raters including the run defense You know I thought the the run game was having difficulty getting going at times. It was okay at times but I think the biggest thing to me is the to start. You know what? What did what did? I say on this show last week I think what what I was talking about was I don't remember you know why would i? I know what? I was talking about sitting myself up to answer the questions on the phrase. Don't ask me. Last week what I was saying was. The the way that they were playing. Offense was working sufficiently. It was incredible. But, that's also that's how offenses worked like in the eighties. And like I don't know that that can work anymore I don't know that you can run for three yards on first down run for three yards on second down and then figure out a way to pick up third and four. Why don't you pass for five on first? Passing I is actually very, very smart thing to do well at least four or five yards. Right. But like that's it when when it works like just like back in the days when that when that worked. That's that's how football was. That's how it was played, and that's how like it's probably in some ways the most efficient way of doing things but. It's efficient. Not The right word. It doesn't work anymore like that's there's a reason football has evolved because people figured out. That is not the most efficient is what I'm trying to say there. So. When it was working in the first two weeks, I think people were getting a little bit carried away of like, wow, see this is how this is how the raiders want to run their offense. This is what they're supposed to do. It just it just doesn't work in the NFL and the one of the reasons that doesn't work is what you saw on Sunday which is. The the Patriots basically saying yet we we'RE GONNA WE'RE GONNA. Wait until you commit a penalty or turn the ball over like you can keep moving the ball ten yards if you want get a couple of first downs. At some point gonNA. Make a mistake they did through the first two weeks there was the one turnover was the the pitched? Jalen Rashard. They had three penalties each week they weren't committing penalties at all in part of that is the league not calling penalties anymore but they really weren't committing penalties. They weren't turning the ball over and so that three yards three yards, four yards or three or three, hundred, six yards whatever was happening that worked. Yeah. But when you start making stakes when he turned the ball over when you commit penalties that no. Longer works and I think you saw kind of happened on fumbled in the red zone he got stripped because Denzel good upbeat delays fumble in the end zone for the touchdown game's over anyway. But that's car again and I know you wrote the next day in the paper about his troubles over the years with fumbling the ball and where he ranks us, it's two thousand, fourteen he league in. Las. Fumbles now. Not. All his fault not always his fault and the Russell Wilson does have about seven more fumbles than he does I think it is over the over that span. He hasn't lost as many well, but his Derek Carr might tell you he's got a super bowl ring so you know. What are you gonNA do so they lose at New England Buffalo's next and but before we get to that big story this week Adam ill was the masterless raiders at the gala for Darren. Waller's foundation. In terms of helping young girls problems, it's gala gala gala. Gala makes me sound a little more intelligent than I am gala would just be like you know that'd be what you'd expect me say Amen would sake. So. they walk in ten of them to support Darren and they don't have masks on Cassie Soda. The regional did a great job with the video pictures and then have Derek Carr fist bumping and taking pictures with people who bought for his Jersey for the auction. Great. Raised a lot of money but specific I want to ask you about the next day when Jon gruden Derek addresses. I will give Jon Gruden somewhat of a pass because I think he said, what happened they all talk to him. He's worried about Buffalo. He probably said look we can't do that. You've got you've got to be more irresponsible and probably said, okay, the other million things I need to do he takes a series salvage he had the buyers. I wasn't happy Derek cars explanation of this not because I don't think he apologize one and two and to look he's obviously great family man. That I'm FEM I have kids all of that, but he brought in to somehow try to correlate with going out to this to this gala. Correlated somewhere where he just wanted to get to the house because he he hasn't been able to take his wife out to dinner and they have these kids running around house. Welcome to the world. That's everyone's issue right now. People are jobs are yeah. We all WANNA go out more. So I wasn't fired up by the insinuation that one they only took their masks off forbid, we have video evidence to the contrary to i. just didn't hear anyone say they were really sorry about it should they have am I am I like saying I'm expecting too much. No I'm not I'm never a sorry person like. What I mean by that is like I don't I apologize like a hundred times a day. Yes. I bump into somebody I'm like. If they've opened to me. To pour coffee on your head, you're like I'm sorry. Are you. So you're coughing at least that's just what I do. That's who I am, but I'm not. I'm not a demand apology. I'm not a hey gathered. We need to hear you say I'm. Months Derek Carr had major problems with it, but it's not the lack apology because if he sorry and if he really felt awful about it, go ahead and apologize if you don't which I don't think he does because I don't think he thinks he did anything wrong which that's fine. That's his right. Then don't apologize just go out and told you're going to say my problem is. First of all. It was him. So we understand the team was there. But from what we've seen on video and for the people we've talked to the team was in a separate room for the most part they were moved in for a certain portion of the evening to like introduce themselves. They don't stay home. They had families or girls. Yeah. But they were kind of separated from everybody and then they came into the room like, Hey, where the raiders thank you guys for raising so much money and by the way, let's get out of the way I. Own Believable 'cause. 'cause no one's back. Yeah. The fact that this the masks of overshadow what happens it sucks we're not happy several hundred, thousand dollars. This should have been. It was the lead to my column in the paper. This is the sad part guess what's getting lost in this which is by far what we should be talking about, which is what Darren Wall is doing an addict himself who's been sober for years to try to help kids and young adults not go down that road. In. So unbelievable job by them to go there to be a part of this. But like we understand what the what they're going through, they're trying to make a season happened. We saw what the Titan terrible timing for the raiders. In there that the raiders do this. Monday night Tuesday morning the titans positive tests come out and the two days later now, the gains. So terrible timing for the raiders on that. But like like I said, they tried to follow as much as they could in separate room that came up on stage yet another mass on but they were also separated from everybody. The only real agreed thing I saw happen. Was Derek cargo give that Jersey to the fan and the bump in the pitcher where he's like literally shoulder to shoulder. Right? On anybody and so again, you hate crushing somebody for this because that's a very nice gesture. He didn't have to go do that. He shouldn't have done but he didn't have to. You said Hey. Here's Your Jersey. It's a covert world take the not I'm not meeting right? He wanted to meet the guy who want shows appreciation. All those things are really good. You just can't do it or you have to have a mask when you do it, you have to you have to be cognizant of what is going on in the world and so when Derek Carr spoke about it yesterday i. don't need an apology I don't think he has to if he doesn't believe it. But some responsibility will be good in people might say, well, he did take responsibility know he didn't go back and listen everything was we understand this and we need to do this and we should be better and we need to you you you. Not. We we we you. You're the one that did this everybody seemed to be for the most part stinks separate like that's what we're supposed to happen and supposed. To be messed up but it either or is preferable to neither in in neither photos. Let me ask you this and it's a great cause I. Get that Mark Davis. I spoke to him raiders owner he donated virtually I assume other people are able to donate virtually they raise several hundred thousand and my guess is it's virtually empty there aren't they raised all the money in the in the Dragon Ridge As incredible causes, should they have taken a pause till after the season and maybe things are better? Should they have even held this and ask guys to come over there and put themselves in that position? I think you can figure how to do virtually and absolutely have what they were doing virtually. Yup. But I also like exclusively and I think what they thought was the is more money if they do it live and hey, you are also giving these people that are donating money and donating to this 'cause you're giving them the added bonus of, Hey, you also get to meet these writers players you get to be around them all those things, which is very cool but again. We understand the Times that were in in a particular I know there are people that are like we're overreacting we do too much stop that first of all but at the same time, we understand what the players association and the League did as far as negotiating having a season and how difficult is going to be, and all the protocols are in place and the testing every day, which is incredibly expensive, but it's what has to be done in an exchange. The players were like, okay we trust the you've invested enough to keep us safe. The players have a contract on the other side to then follow all those procedures and not put themselves in ridiculous situations where they can. Again, I'm not saying ridiculous because the fundraiser it's a great thing but it's ridiculous to be a crowded room of people and then be face to face with them. When you're going to sell somebody likes to stay safe. It's just it's it's a terrible decision. You got hurt in an accident. Now you need the right lawyer to help. 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We assume given the NFL's on record say we are investigating that especially with the timing tines, these raider players are going to get find at some point I would think I can't believe they have an argument fine I'm sure they're giving them their chance to save what went on, but that'll surprise me if they don't get fine. So there you go. Okay here comes buffalo want to spend this last portion really kind of defining if I can you. I don't eight twelve hour and I don't think there's any better name. In my mind to define truly the very bizarre and somewhat unexplainable person you happen to be then Josh Allen for this reason obviously the bills quarterback he's having a great year other than who stats. Will Get to Unisex not swagger will to you in a second other than Russell. Wilson he might be online for the MVP vote at this point So the pepper homes die I said other than Russell Wilson Pan Powell Halsey might be on live the. The. But you've always hated him, he comes royal us. From the Central Valley. He's went to Wyoming. Central Valley dare car. But you're a huge fan of tyrod Taylor's we know everyone feels horrible would happen the chargers. Hello, Dr. Whoever. Doctor. Kevorkian over stick and people with needles. But Dr Jekyll you do not. You do not like Josh on, but my point is this because this is who I think you are. No matter how good this guy is ever going to be he could win the next he. He could pull a anti Kelly and win all the super. Bowl's right. You will never ever ever admit to him being good and that to me is your deepest issue. When you make a decision, you do not change your mind on people you are like, this is what I think, and I'll never change my mind and I think this guy defines you as much as that drives you nuts as much as anyone I know nothing correct because I thought I thought. I thought Mahomes was going to take a long time to get to where he is and he got away I was way wrong about that. I thought he was going to be like this level until you're six or seven, and why are you so unable to admit that this kids better than you thought he was no, he's better than I thought he was going to be one of the worst players go play for. The local high school never you still he's still bad. He's completing over seventy percent of his passes, and by the way, let's go to deep passes where he always used to like someone who Gruden said yesterday he might throw it out of the stadium I. Think He's trying to complement and everyone on the zooms like might throw it out. She reverts back into the old the old ways he might. So there is a The the buffet people of Buffalo and people all over the league talk about hating pro football focus. Right? They see. Yes they think it's awful. Yeah. Actually fans of because Josh Allen is still looked at by pro football focus as as Jalen Ramsey called him trash. He is still looked at his trash by natural spring is now and so people about about that is they analyze every play. So. If you watched the bills, games, which I obsessively do even though I'm not I'm no longer a fan. I used to be an obsessed like an out of control. Guy Without jumping their `tatoes I may have jumped on the table. So. If you if you if you look at what they do this every play until if you watch bills games, you will see that first of all Brian Cabell might be smartest man in the NFL. He's the Office of provided for the battles. He has figured out how to make John Effective even though he has extreme limitations as a quarterback. But if you watch the games, there's guys. Take your pick of which guy that's opened by thirty yards. You WanNa throw to, and then he's like that one I guess I'll throw to that guy and so it's the offense that's. Overthrow them by ten yards which he's not doing anymore. So okay. So so last week, there's a play. A one play not. That I can go to this is why people have this people have probably pro football focus is what I'm getting too which is the. Bait so Gabriel Davis breaks. Open. He's going towards the left sideline. He's clear of the defender by at least fifteen yards right? It's a touchdown. quarterback has to be a touchdown. He throws it to the boundary. Davis has to toe. In make the completion and people are like thirty, five yard completion. Look at that. What are you got to say now that should be touchdown that should not be thirty five yard completion that negative. Okay. So there's way too many of those that he still makes now as far better than I thought he'd be oh. Yeah. But he's also not at the level that people think he's at and here's here's a conversation I had on a local radio show here this morning. In town and To Miami. A. Former NFL, player friend of ours Went back me on this and I'll that's fair. So most NFL Games are decided by a play here there you could change one play in most games and say, okay if you changes play that happened. Out You give me to place to change the season. That are not a stretch to plays that should have happened. The bills are wanted. What is the narrative then of? Josh Allen playing really well first half falling apart in the second half as he did in the playoffs, remember the Texans game and people like me. Josh how he had an unbelievable first-half. He gave the game away in the second half. It's happened twice again this year it just hasn't hasn't completed so. into the rams game last week I, know a lot of people were watching four for the bills. He throws the ball that's nowhere close to receiver. Ramsar. Off The field celebrate the game's over they win bills are two and one, and then a ref does a flak. You're like, wait what what happened fear one pass interference wear What what happened? So that play up obviously that's an that should not have happened. The bills should have lost that game they did lose that game and then they came they got to come out against the dolphins, which is our our friend Larry's team bills are behind in the in the second half, they're starting to drive deep in their own territory. Josh Allen does a to the flat hits the linebacker in the chest at the five yard line. It's a walk INS, pick six touchdown. He drops it. Okay. Drove past. So Joshua Josh Allen, is about to overcome a bad play with a lot of good ones to penalties. To. They go they go the field score they should have been done you those plays they're wanted to what is the narrative that all of saying is what what are we saying? Then I'm saying I'm saying I'm taking a guy if that's my team, I don't care how the hell they got their the three. What do I care? Your problem is you're going with the Lou Holtz analogy of he say Kizzie can't prove it. Right. So we don't know what the Rams would have done mcvay on HBO Talking About People taking dumps he's a little out of his mind. So you say we can't assume that if the if the penalties not call the rams, take a knee and I want to get certain. So you said you're saying so I'm a stretch by saying that if you don't feel the flag the rams when the game but you're saying that the rams get the ball back with twelve seconds left, they decide to not take a knee, throw the ball intercepted and lose that way. That's not a stretch. Yeah. You're finally coming around to my way of thinking. Quickly and pro football focus I'm with you and I'm not in this sense because we asked the. You know my partner in the morning that analytical nutjob with his numbers, but he actually agreed also this we had a stat this morning on Derek Carr, and why don't they play action more because they can't really run the ball, but everyone thinks are granted. Why don't you play action more pro football focus had on there saying well, he's not good when his Baxter the defense but that's objective because he can't analytically tell you football focus is subject to get what I'm. Saying is but yeah. So in that sense Derek cars numbers on plex are kind of like everyone's okay. So in Josh Allen on that thirty five yard or someone you ge- Larry, whoever's in the corner of there is going to look and say, well, that should have been touch now maybe but that but that's pretty subjected. There's no hard line evidence that says, he wouldn't have caught it taken two steps in and run out himself or made a mistake you know. Yes. Sure. But that sounds crazy but maybe it's not so crazy. But that's why they score every player like the not just. Any kind of negativity towards a thirty, five yard completion down the field. Why should why should anything if you can't prove what's going to happen after the guy catches the ball? Why should it be negative at all? But that's why you have something like pro football focus that analyzes every play. It tells you what happened but you can. Your system under the old system if I system, you're you're saying like. Thirty five passes. Thirty five year pass, right I'll take your system right but okay if I throw. Excuse me I'm trying to throw a pass to you. Okay. I throw it was to the side and hits Larry the chest defender and it bounces to you for completion you in your in your mind what the heck you was a completion what's in the boxes? That's why. Doesn't the bar score. That's why that's why that way doesn't work is pro football focus their ratings because it's a much more accurate indicator especially, if you combine that with a lot of the next gen stats with a lot of the I like the traditional stats if you combine everything, that's when you get better read for what for what everything enforced like because you know who I work with but that. You need to mix everything in an by the way watching film yourself, watching, checking it out and seeing how things go you need to do all those things in order to get an accurate representations of somebody but here's the number and I was going to grab it right here. But of course, my sight is freezing up QB data mine, which is another one that a lot of people just despise they have. Josh. Allen has having three fumbles here which he does he recover kind of them. Cover the one you himself, but he's probably and then he's had six what they call intercept passes. See here we go, which is a pastime probably should've been intercept, but the key word there being probably probably according to WHO is this bill belichick looking at stuff That's a dropped. One other credentials let pro football focus, take that right pro football focus give me a number and how many people work for them because there are people who watch every play of every player how many people are their kids in like closets? Story about this last week there's there's hundreds that do it right? Don't their their input doesn't count. It's because. They're doing it to they're doing it to collect all this other data. Then only the only the top I think it's six analysts are the ones that actually matter to the score, but there's no chance though six watch every play of every player, there's no way they're getting help from those other kids. Have time to write all this stuff watching film the entire there and then they're right right I. Know I don't like this I do not. I do not like the fact that you're saying only six people want to tell the world that they're watching every right guard never left tackle in every defensive every play it's what they do. Over here who are doing, it are not involved in this at all. No they're. They're they're setting up the film they're setting the tape saying, Hey, here's here's this tape of this player. We've set up every single play that. Story. Dysfunctional story story as a feature about. Lucas. For Pro Football Focus I. DO think you can get somewhat of a gauge on the year guys having and we haven't even talked about Corey Littleton. We'll talk next week who's now in two thousand nine. Hundred, play out of position. He's playing opposition after realism pro football focus. It's a zero to one hundred eighty and he's at twenty nine. So knowing nothing about Cory Littleton you know that twenty, nine hundred and let me tell you. Let me tell you the listeners I'm sure I know a lot of fans hate pro football focus as well because they don't like the scores that a lot of the players get. One player but go ahead I will tell you this. From being around some NFL personnel for the last couple of years. If you have if a coach doesn't like a score from pro football focus, they will say pro football focus is trash and if the next day they do like it, they'll say they really know what they're talking about. So that's what we're dealing with. It's again it's people's subjective opinion they want to say. That that's just what you're going to deal with. That's why you have to use all of the different resources that are available from analytic sites to the scouting sites to the you know film breakdown sites like Pf. All these different things you have to combine everything and you know first of all. Every single measure every single measure from again analytic sites cumulated mind to. All of the different quarterback evaluating sites to other stats that evaluate quarterbacks to pro football focus have all agreed that the first two years Josh Allens. Men, one of the four worst quarterbacks in the league he is not significantly better this year his stats are he is not. So if he can sustain this, then you have to reevaluate and say, maybe he did take a big step for where you give him any credit fees, the MVP, the league. He's. Repeatedly I. that's it's subjective. This entire stupid podcast been subjectivity if the MVP I also I feel like it's a again that coaching staff is so good. So. Yes. If they lead them to thirteen and three, I, think even if he was bad, he would probably be looked at as potential MVP but that would be a significant achievement share if Russell. Wilson's arm falls off and you know PAT mahomes takes a three month leave of absence to be to be a father. Just not their. Married Iraq as biggest Kansas City if they decide, they're not under finger. That's what five hundred million gets you. It's good is that is that the four, the one two, three, four that she was counting out the other day for him being the fourth best player which the beginning to that how wow. Let me also address that. So how often have you heard? Doesn't know what they're talking about. Of course still they're talking about the players that no. I can't believe this, but I actually heard Derek Carr never reach listens anything but go ahead. So people are like only the players know the players know who the best. The top one hundred is the players. So pepper homes and his girlfriend has now fiance. Yes. They are furious about the media putting them a top four in a player poll has anyone told her this? I doubt. It's telling from the Anymore. the big big diamond. The top one hundred is a joke. We said that before. And that's the players don't know the players aren't watching. They have no idea we've had this. So we've had this discussion we're GonNa, go have this discussion the world to so we'll carry this over Larry. I'm. Never have anything to do with voting. But. Ever and I'll. I'll tell you wrong and Larry very his has had this argument I larry came around to our side of the argument say like used to say. An head with the football's concussion he doesn't know what to at least do he would say he would say fighters no the media doesn't know fighters know what's going on in the pounded in how many fighters have in this it's a different sport, but it's it's similar how many fighters have tweeted out things like I would have that as a split decision. That is the dumbest thing. You can ever like you score one card. You don't get to decide with the other judges score many writers watching a football game who wrote for all league or all whatever, and are watching the right guard when the ball snapped how many seriously will hopefully hopefully, they're watching film on Tuesday Wednesday like I'm doing. So I think that's fair. But what are the players the players are playing their game? Do you think they're watching sixteen games? Every Sunday? No, they don't know that they're playing their game and that's it. That's all they're watching stop watching film too much work to do well. 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Dirty 2

Mojo In The Morning

09:49 min | 2 months ago

Dirty 2

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SUPER BOWL LIV: Darren Rovell

Blogging the Boys

14:48 min | 1 year ago

SUPER BOWL LIV: Darren Rovell

"I'm Songwriter Charlie. Harding and I'm use ecology made Sloan or the host of switched on Papa podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown down the most interesting hits trends artists to understand what they're doing what they're saying and why the songs are so infectious. We've recently broken down. Billy eyelashes music with her brother and collaborator phileas dissecting chance the rapper with super producer Oak felder and covered everything from Dolly. Parton to Travis. Scott if you love music you're going to discover something ear opening in switched on pop so join US search for switched on pop in your favorite podcast APP and listen to an episode about your favorite favorite artist and subscribe for free on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you're listening to get new music explainers every week and after listening you might want to check out. Our new book switched on Pop. How Popular Music Works and why it matters at your favorite bookseller thanks you're listening to SP nation at the super bowl? We are very pleased to be joined on radio row in Miami by the one hundred percent Spanish fluent action network Darren revealed therein. Thank you so much for taking the time to join us. Komo starts moving. Do I'm doing I'm greg. How's your coffee this morning? don't have any because the horrible hosts in Miami having provided us with anything. Wow it has been an ongoing thing. This is the weirdest thing it's like okay. I'm glad you spend eighty-five million dollars. Upgrading the Wifi at hard rock but I guarantee you. It's still won't be good. All I want is a soda. So you've been to every super bowl in nineteen what is this these amenities rank for you. Probably I probably had better stuff at super bowl one when it wasn't even called the Super Bowl Pop Back when whatever it was it's okay. Listen I don't want to be First World problems person. But I do like super bowls where there is a small radius. Yes where you have to. I mean I loved Indianapolis this is everything is like you know five minutes. You're walking even yeah. Even Minnesota was like even though I- Napalm Tom them on the way out saying they should never get a super bowl again while it was on the plane right before we took off. I thought it was convenient. Sir I the first one taught in Houston a few years ago and I enjoyed that and I got a little spoiled like this. Is You know everything's indifference. Have this is what we you know. People talk about technology and what's come along so the the the first used Houston one that I went to. which would have been like? I don't know like Oh four zero five that was pre uber. And if you went outside a certain area like good luck like you literally had to call a cab right you know and and wait for the cab and like again I will problems but still you know things is have changed. A lot of it is based on technology and companies in. What's come online? I mean I think about my first super bowl and Brady's for a super bowl and New Orleans and and one of the reasons why the Super Bowl ticket you could get an hour before the game was a hundred dollars is because it was Mardi Gras. There wasn't any AIRBNB. People even have any way to kind of like put up their house and sell and so yeah. The hotels were booked within thirty miles. You weren't going to be able to come in at the last asked neurotic a decision so that means that the only people that had the pool of people that could buy a ticket at the last minute was very small and if unless yes you were in New Orleans and said why not then you had. It was post nine eleven. You had a around. The stadium was offense. took two hours to get in like so. There's all these other factors now. The factor for tickets this year. Is You know you have the forty niners silicon valley where people could live in a bathroom for one point six million dollars and and and the cheese you know a fifty year drought of a of a team. That has such great tradition. So this might be a weird question but with regards to you know Super Bowl in New Orleans where we're when did you notice talk that because you didn't know obviously at the time to China owed. I noticed how how how hard things were because I know that when I was younger I so one of the things that I've done you know the past twenty years. It's changed a lot from two thousand one to two thousand five. For example sampled the Super Bowl parties were on real. They were insane. Pre part of it was part of it was that the skin maggs the playboy in the maxims. They were just having parties. That didn't make sense from a return investment standpoint the number of people how big big they were like all of a sudden like oh six oh seven like they stopped serving food and of course I noticed that I was like the food drinks like so so there there are various points where you're like but yeah I mean I think I notice different factors over time that that the makeup makeup. It's not straight up teams. There's like all these different moving parts and I wanted one of the reasons for the tickets by the way it's not straight up the you know the chiefs and San Francisco go in Silicon Valley part of his also that in two thousand fifteen the NFL started take after two thousand fifteen the NFL started taking more control of the tickets. It used to be like they give him out. There's not a public public sale. Here's the you know the sponsors take the tickets and they're gone and then all of a sudden the NFL had has more control. And so I don't even know off the ticket market right now is legit from a standpoint like I mean it goes from like all. There's three thousand tickets on the market. Oh now there's fourteen hundred just because people think that they can look on stop means that they think that it's an authentic market before there is it's not. Hey I'm Jason Delray recently wrapped up a land of the giants the rise of Amazon. You're in this. PODCAST WE examine. How Jeff bezos turned a small online bookseller into one of the most powerful companies in the world? We start by exploring how Amazon Amazon prime became a service with over one hundred million members and the main source of the company's power. I mean I think that's kind of Amazon's banking on right that you're just so locked in that you're going to go to any other sites. 'cause I mean I don't and we end this season by pondering. The question is Amazon too. Big You know and we just don't WanNa be the United States savannahs on we just really don't land of the giants has been recommended by the New York Times axios wired and more. It's a candidate. Look at the state of Amazon today. How we got here and what the future might look like? The entire first season is out. Now find out more and binging on apple podcasts or your favorite favorite podcast APP so on the subject of tickets you do a great job calculating sort of interest in wasn't that and I know that the NFL's pushing more in your phone tickets and your funds and we'll give you a commemorative one. I went to a super bowl with my dad. I was at the twenty two three. Gene as a falcons fan so a sensitive subjects around twenty eight to three but the game. If it was that the game would have ended there. But I I love my ticket here because you know. How excited were you at twenty eight to three excited? Because I've been watching the Falcons for local expected. I knew that a collapse was more impossible especially against what do you think about saints. Fans enjoying that moment more than any moment in their own history. I think that Saints Fan Tried to have funnier twenty eight. Johnston is pretty bad. Go to a saints game with a twenty eight and a three really. You're you never understand. Fans ends who I like rivalries enjoy the negative of another team. Yeah did enjoy their own team. What were you saying what I felt actual ticket? Yeah also I cover the cowboys cowboys. Eagles thing really is right up that great so I I got it but So I I love that too because I went with my dad and we saw the first civil that ever went to overtime Donaldson Awesome. Thanks so where do you stand on if the NFL does go one hundred percent mobile tickets even if they give somebody a commemorative ticket. Do you think that that goes away from the spirit rid of it all and that fans might. Yeah but they don't care. I mean the money is they. They want to know who you are. They want to know who ultimately shows up. They want to track you. They want it tied to a credit card. They wanted tied into your ticket. Master we the companies that are involved in sports and the teams know despite despite the relationship that you have with them and they have with you they know an uncomfortable lease small amount about you and they want to know more so I understand ended from the business standpoint and I also understand it by like well. If you give me a commemorative ticket doesn't have my seat on it. You know so I understand the one for that too and they all the other problem is sponsors. WanNa get a box of tickets and be able to physically hand them out instead of like. Here's your for the game. So even where you see things evolving beyond that as far as the Super Bowl continues to progress obviously action if you guys are tracking all sorts of evolutions Overt Ga- I mean obviously overt. Gambling talk is next first of all the. NFL has to open up teams allow teams to do their own deals their own gambling deals right now. They've you know obviously they. They did the Caesar's Gio which is essentially a casino deal. The cowboys have relationship with what that that that place in Oklahoma. It's right right but it's but it's a casino deal but in Oklahoma doesn't even have sports betting but I think that's the first thing and I think the overt talk about sports. Gambling is important mainly because the next iteration of right's fees is going to be the only way they're getting massive increases is is is through that is through gambling and then the question becomes does for the first time ever will have companies who have more free cash than Disney on on. You're always like Oh. ESPN is going to win. Because they pay one point nine billion dollars a year. Well guess what. Now we have Amazon and Google that controls youtube and apple. They all have more free cash. And guess what they're really good at payment systems to I mean apple is your your Micro payment I think they're going to get bigger and bigger and that people are comfortable with that if they don't really have any mickey mouse's to worry about And an Amazon wants to be an everything right Amazon Amazon one. Click your gamma so you could you imagine by two thousand twenty three first year of the next deal that you'd be watching on your own screen clicking and embedding in one screen like they do in Europe by seventy five percent of of betting in Europe is live and why here. It's it's you know like three or four percent. I gotta I gotTa Tell Ya Live betting Beijing. It's amazing I. I got like not get angry when like my wife and kids. Try to talk to me. When I'm in a moment of live have betting I mean it's it's it's amazing? I mean they have nineteen APPs on your phone in New Jersey just and and the one thing you God is like first of all you have to figure got what the delay is so I if I think I'm going to live bet big time on a game I'll call someone at the game. That's fine I'll be like all right. Tell me when this snap happens because if you're if you're more than four seconds behind you do not wanna be betting even hundreds of dollars and then there's and then there's also and then there's also different sports books that they go faster. Sometimes there's sports points bet. Does their own system. So they'll they'll be faster than most but they'll also sometimes be slower with the confirmation of the bet so it will be spinning and spinning so you put two hundred fifty bucks on a moment and then all of a sudden it gets to the next play and you're like I wouldn't have put it on that moment and it goes your bed. It has been accepted. And I'm like what no like and you can't say like why didn't mean well well. Our trading team was looking at whether we want to the bed. I I have found out that the the thirty five yard line so the opponent's thirty five yard line. That's where you usually make a bet if you're going to bet on the total of game where it's going to end because the thirty eighty five is kind of like if there's a holding call then they're back at the forty five right total difference in and if they get to the twenty-three they're definitely going to score a field goal. That's where you bet. Are they gonNA score zero three or seven and then based on that and at the action network we have You know you put in your your Bet Bet and it tells you your your your your wallet live in the moment and what it looks like and just like people. Can you know kids. These days could just watch game cast and get thrown out of that and be like no. I'm watching the game as it's good enough I know in partly that's because of people like me who love stats and people are okay with stats. But you could. You Could Watch watch. Your Wallet is in the moment and like a win probability. It's amazing last thing for you. Dan You mentioned you call people that are at a game. Do you think a lot of people are cutting the cord. Do you think that a direct TV subscription is a gambler's best friend. Because if you are well you'll far behind the what people have not mentioned is the detriment of cutting the cord as gambling gets big right. I mean I have friends who actually can will not be able to live gamble because they're sling is actually sixteen sixteen seconds and if you if you live in a vacuum you're okay but if you're sixteen seconds behind it's even very difficult all to operate on twitter so so so too that has not that has been probably downplayed more that more than most to be honest with you. 'cause you cannot live. Bet It's got to be five seconds. And by the way they're doing all these data deal so it's not that way so that goes against things that have delays so if the cord cutting leading either the delay to get better and it's not going. It's not going to get significantly better because it's part of what you're willing to give up. It's going through another cycle instead of going straight in so I think that's definitely something to watch interesting. NFL Senior Executive Producer from the action on twitter on instagram. At Val on nothing nothing else. No facebook I was on. I put things out on talk in. The kids. Didn't like it so I think I'm going to do anything more. Well maybe in two thousand twenty one the jared. Thank you so much for taking time to join US enjoy Miami.

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SUPER BOWL LIV: Darren Rovell

The Falcoholic

14:48 min | 1 year ago

SUPER BOWL LIV: Darren Rovell

"I'm Songwriter Charlie. Harding and I'm use ecology made Sloan or the host of switched on Papa podcasts about the making and meaning of popular music every week Charlie and I breakdown down the most interesting hits trends artists to understand what they're doing what they're saying and why the songs are so infectious. We've recently broken down. Billy eyelashes music with her brother and collaborator phidias dissecting chance the rapper with super producer Oak felder and covered everything from Dolly. Parton to Travis. Scott if you love music you're going to discover something ear opening in switched on pop so join US search for switched on pop in your favorite podcast APP and listen to an episode about your favorite favorite artist and subscribe for free on Apple podcasts. spotify or wherever you're listening to get new music explainers every week and after listening you might want to check out. Our new book switched on Pop. How Popular Music Works and why it matters at your favorite bookseller thanks you're listening to SP nation at the super bowl? We are very pleased to be joined on radio row in Miami by the one hundred percent Spanish fluent action network Darren revealed therein. Thank you so much for taking the time to join us. Komo starts moving. Do I'm doing I'm greg. How's your coffee this morning? don't have any because the horrible hosts in Miami having provided us with anything. Wow it has been an ongoing thing. This is the weirdest thing it's like okay. I'm glad you spend eighty-five million dollars. Upgrading the Wifi at hard rock but I guarantee you. It's still won't be good. All I want is a soda. So you've been to every super bowl in nineteen what is this these amenities rank for you. Probably I probably had better stuff at super bowl one when it wasn't even called the Super Bowl Pop Back when whatever it was it's okay. Listen I don't want to be First World problems person. But I do like super bowls where there is a small radius. Yes where you have to. I mean I loved Indianapolis this is everything is like you know five minutes. You're walking even yeah. Even Minnesota was like even though I- Napalm Tom them on the way out saying they should never get a super bowl again while it was on the plane right before we took off. I thought it was convenient. Sir I the first one taught in Houston this years ago and I enjoyed that and I got a little spoiled like this. Is You know everything's indifference. Have this is what we you know. People talk about technology and what's come along so the the the first used Houston one that I went to. which would have been like? I don't know like Oh four zero five that was pre uber. And if you went outside a certain area like good luck like you literally had to call a cab right you know and and wait for the cab and like again I will problems but still you know things is have changed. A lot of it is based on technology and companies in. What's come online? I mean I think about my first super bowl and Brady's for a super bowl and New Orleans and and one of the reasons why the Super Bowl ticket you could get an hour before the game was a hundred dollars is because it was Mardi Gras. There wasn't any AIRBNB. People even have any way to kind of like put up their house and sell and so yeah. The hotels were booked within thirty miles. You weren't going to be able to come in at the last asked neurotic a decision so that means that the only people that had the pool of people that could buy a ticket at the last minute was very small and if unless yes you were in New Orleans and said why not then you had. It was post nine eleven. You had a around. The stadium was offense. took two hours to get in like so. There's all these other factors now. The factor for tickets this year. Is You know you have the forty niners silicon valley where people could live in a bathroom for one point six million dollars and and and the cheese you know a fifty year drought of a of a team. That has such great tradition. So this might be a weird question but with regards to you know Super Bowl in New Orleans where we're when did you notice talk that because you didn't know obviously at the time to China owed. I noticed how how how hard things were because I know that when I was younger I so one of the things that I've done you know the past twenty years. It's changed a lot from two thousand one to two thousand five. For example sampled the Super Bowl parties were on real. They were insane. Pre part of it was part of it was that the skin maggs the playboy in the maxims. They were just having parties. That didn't make sense from a return investment standpoint the number of people how big big they were like all of a sudden like oh six oh seven like they stopped serving food and of course I noticed that I was like the food drinks like so so there there are various points where you're like but yeah I mean I think I notice different factors over time that that the makeup makeup. It's not straight up teams. There's like all these different moving parts. Then I wanted one of the reasons for the tickets by the way. It's not straight up. The you know the chiefs and San Francisco go in Silicon Valley part of his also that in two thousand fifteen the NFL started. Take after two thousand fifteen the NFL started taking more control of the tickets. It used to be like they give him out. There's not a public public sale. Here's the you know the sponsors take the tickets and they're gone and then all of a sudden the NFL had has more control. And so I don't even know off the ticket market right now is legit from a standpoint like I mean it goes from like all. There's three thousand tickets on the market. Oh now there's fourteen hundred just because people think that they can look on stop means that they think that it's an authentic market before there is it's not. Hey I'm Jason Delray. I recently wrapped up a land of the giants. The rise of Amazon. In this podcast we examine how Jeff bezos turned a small online bookseller into one of the most powerful companies in the world. We start by exploring how so Amazon prime became a service with over one hundred million members and the main source of the company's power. I mean I think that's kind of what Amazon's banking on right. You're just just so locked in that you're going to go to any other sites. 'cause I mean I don't and we end this season by pondering. The question is Amazon. Too Big you know and we just don't WanNa be the United States have Amazon. We just really don't land of the giants has been recommended by the New York. Times axios wired and more. It's a candidate. Look at the state of Amazon today. How we got here and what the future might look like? The entire first season is out. Now find out more and binging on apple podcasts or your favorite podcast APP so on the subject of tickets you do a great job calculating sort of interest in wasn't that and I know that the NFL's pushing more in your phone tickets and your funds and we'll give you a commemorative one. I went to a super bowl with my dad. I was at the twenty two three. Gene as a falcons fan so a sensitive subjects around twenty eight to three but the game. If it was that the game would have ended there. But I I love my ticket here because you know. How excited were you at twenty eight to three excited? Because I've been watching the Falcons for local expected. I knew that a collapse was more impossible especially against what do you think about saints. Fans enjoying that moment more than any moment in their own history. I think that Saints Fan. Try to have funnier twenty eight. Johnston is pretty bad. Go to a saints game with a twenty eight and a three really. You're you never understand. Fans ends who I like rivalries enjoy the negative of another team. Yeah did enjoy their own team. What were you saying what I felt actual ticket? Yeah also I cover the cowboys cowboys. Eagles thing really is right up that great so I I got it but So I I love that too because I went with my dad and we saw the first civil that everyone to overtime donaldson awesome. Thanks so where do you stand on if the NFL does go one hundred percent mobile tickets even if they give somebody a commemorative ticket. Do you think that that goes away from the spirit rid of it all and that fans might. Yeah but they don't care. I mean the money is they. They want to know who you are. They want to know who ultimately shows up. They want to track you. They want it tied to a credit card. They wanted tied into your ticket. Master we the companies that are involved in sports and the teams know despite despite the relationship that you have with them and they have with you they know an uncomfortable lease small amount about you and they want to know more so I understand ended from the business standpoint and I also understand it by like well. If you give me a commemorative ticket doesn't have my seat on it. You know so I understand the one for that too and they all the other problem is sponsors. WanNa get a box of tickets and be able to physically the mountain instead of like. Here's your for the game. So even where you see things evolving beyond that as far as the Super Bowl continues to progress obviously action if you guys are tracking all sorts of evolutions Overt Ga- I mean obviously overt. Gambling talk is next first of all the. NFL has to open up teams allow teams to do their own deals their own gambling deals right now. They've you know obviously they. They did the Caesar's deal which is essentially a casino deal. The cowboys have relationship with what that that that place in Oklahoma. It's right right but it's but it's a casino deal but in Oklahoma doesn't even have sports betting but I think that's the first thing and I I think the overt talk about sports. Gambling is important mainly because the next iteration of right's fees is going to be the only way they're getting massive increases is is is through that is through gambling and then the question becomes does for the first time ever will have companies who have more free cash than Disney on on. You're always like Oh. ESPN is going to win. Because they pay one point nine billion dollars a year. Well guess what. Now we have Amazon and Google that controls youtube and apple. They all have more free cash. And guess what they're really good at payment systems to I mean apple is your your Micro payment I think they're going to get bigger and bigger and that people are comfortable with that if they don't really have any mickey mouse's to worry about And an Amazon wants to be an everything right Amazon Amazon one. Click your gamma so you could you imagine by two thousand twenty three first year of the next deal that you'd be watching on your own screen clicking and embedding in one screen like they do in Europe by seventy five percent of of betting in Europe is live and why here. It's it's you know like three or four percent. I gotta I gotTa Tell Ya Live betting Beijing. It's amazing I. I got like not get angry when like my wife and kids. Try to talk to me. When I'm in a moment of live have betting I mean it's it's it's amazing? I mean they have nineteen APPs on your phone in New Jersey just and and the one thing you God is like first of all you have to figure got what the delay is so I if I think I'm going to live bet big time on a game I'll call someone at the game. That's fine I'll be like all right. Tell me when this snap happens because if you're if you're more than four seconds behind you do not wanna be betting even hundreds of dollars and then there's and then there's also and then there's also different sports books that they go faster. Sometimes there's sports points bet. Does their own system. So they'll they'll be faster than most but they'll also sometimes be slower with the confirmation of the bet so it will be spinning and spinning so you put two hundred fifty bucks on a moment and then all of a sudden it gets to the next play and you're like I wouldn't have put it on that moment and it goes your bed. It has been accepted. And I'm like what no like and you can't say like why didn't mean well well. Our trading team was looking at whether we want to the bed. I I have found out that the the thirty five yard line so the opponent's thirty five yard line. That's where you usually make a bet if you're going to bet on the total of game where it's going to end because the thirty eighty five is kind of like if there's a holding call then they're back at the forty five right total difference in and if they get to the twenty-three they're definitely going to score a field goal. That's where you bet. Are they gonNA score zero three or seven and then based on that and at the action network we have You know you put in your your Bet Bet and it tells you your your your your wallet live in the moment and what it looks like and just like people. Can you know kids. These days could just watch game cast and get thrown out of that and be like. I'm watching the game as it's good enough I know in partly that's because of people like me who love stats and people are okay with stats. But you could. You Could Watch watch. Your Wallet is in the moment and like a win probability. It's amazing last thing for you. Dan You mentioned you call people that are at a game. Do you think a lot of people are cutting the cord. Do you think that a direct TV subscription is a gambler's best friend. Because if you are well you'll far behind the what people have not mentioned is the detriment of cutting the cord as gambling gets big right. I mean I have friends who actually can will not be able to live gamble because they're sling is actually sixteen sixteen seconds and if you if you live in a vacuum you're okay but if you're sixteen seconds behind it's even very difficult all to operate on twitter so so so too that has not that has been probably downplayed more that more than most to be honest with you. 'cause you cannot live. Bet It's got to be five seconds. And by the way they're doing all these data deal so it's not that way so that goes against things that have delays so if the cord cutting leading either the delay to get better and it's not going. It's not going to get significantly better because it's part of what you're willing to give up. It's going through another cycle instead of going straight in so I think that's definitely something to watch interesting. NFL Senior Executive Producer from the action on twitter on instagram. At Val on nothing nothing else. No facebook I was on. I put things out on talk in. The kids. Didn't like it so I think I'm going to do anything more. Well maybe in two thousand twenty one the Jaren. Thank you so much for taking time to join US enjoy Miami.

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FROM THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Monday Football Monday reviews DAL-LAR

Blogging the Boys

10:21 min | 4 months ago

FROM THE SB NATION NFL SHOW: Monday Football Monday reviews DAL-LAR

"Today answers matter more than ever before. That's why IBM is helping businesses manage customer questions with Watson, assistant it's conversational AI designed to work for any industry. Let's put smart to work visit IBM DOT com slash, Watson Assistant. The following segment is from Monday football Monday on the SP nation NFL show where we're discussing your favorite teeth subscribe to the. NFL show to make sure you don't miss conversations like this one. So the final game on Sunday Gentlemen Man. I'm I'm going to start off with this this little nugget Mike McCarthy's last game as the head coach at the Green Bay packers was a twenty two seventeen loss to an NFC western. Mike McCarthy's first game isn't the head coach of the Dallas cowboys was twenty two seventeen loss to an NFC western. What? What happened? What? What happened? What happened? What happened kiss what Hap-? I have three major takeaways from this game. The first one is a bit of a journey but trust me, I'm GONNA get their number. One Sean McVeigh is the gripping food with forced twitter. Account of offensive play callers to explain that there is this account on twitter at gripping food that posts a variety of fans submitted pictures of them, literally squeezing the life out of different food items and showing the before and after right. So and these people are gripping Philadelphia cream cheese double cheeseburgers, Boston Cream donuts, ice cream sandwiches on and so forth and a lot of them. are visually very satisfying and that for the most part is Sean McVeigh's offense there's an aesthetic about it. That's very pleasing very effective, but you get to some of them and these people are gripping syrup bottles in their Bathtub Chili, cheese dogs in their car, and you're left like completely miffed as to why these people would do these things in these locales and that's McVeigh's playcalling. Late game situations, he is a perpetually confusing play caller with the game on the line, and it's been that way since got the gig Rams right that pitch on third three, which is another drop in the bucket and it kept Dallas in the game last night number two Mike McCarthy woke Mike the guy that went to analytics school and got his NERD PhD in football. Right visited pro football focus in. Cincinnati. Just put that. He visited Provo Buffo. Can you lied about watching every single game? The woke Mike rebrand is a farce he slept through the first downplay calling course he cheated on the fourth down test that draw on third and six to set up the short throw to the stakes on fourth down all at establishing the run on first down, we got to be better than that as a society it's twenty twenty. There's no excuse for it number three Jalen Ramsey. Carrying member of the screen actors guild get this guy in the movies now because that was A. Sell job on the deep bond to Michael. Gallant that would have at least set up the cowboys in field goal position it again, if you get out positioned and bodied out of the catch point without an obvious forcible push off, you deserve to get burned. That's on Uber Ramsey. Saw An opportunity to save face. He took it. I don't hate him for it but as always, the rest will find a way to influence a game if given the chance and he capitalized on it good for him and August finished with this the race for nine and seven in the East is on boys buckle up for the. G. Men tonight versus the steelers I agree I think Ramsey could be on a red carpet after that play but I do want to talk about the game as a whole I thought the rams in a way looked like the old rams, the super bowl bound rams the aggressive running downhill after a lot of folks argued, okay. Is it could be acres that's going to be Henderson Malcolm Brown. I thought who really looks strong yesterday Robert Woods to make came a little bit out of Nowhere, he looked like a top ten wide receiver last night. I never really would put him among there and I think he has a ways to go but I think he's starting to maybe that conversation he's he's excellent Pete I'm telling Ya I watched identifying evaluation for on him a couple years ago. He's super underrated psalm with the looked great last night looked amazing and I I'm eager to watch him a little bit more and I'm glad that they were having some primetime games coming up. You could argue this game and look at the scoreboard. This game was not what what turned out to be on the scoreboard. You even had Allen and and Chris at one point where I was like less than thirty in the health is equal school house on your to give the cowboys on one yard lead. Well, we've been talking about it all night owl you think the cowboys or playing from behind you know and all of a sudden look up winning the game pro football focus. So yes, I think that was a microcosm of the night I. Think it was yeah. This feels like a close game but the rams to. Me were dominating the entire time. So yeah, whatever the offensive pass interference, I don't agree with the call at all but I don't think you could just pan it on that. I. Think the Rams dominated the cowboys in this game. All right boys I have a lot of thoughts and I'll I'll say blogging was dot com the blocking the otherwise podcasts network. We have a lot of thoughts on this game if you want to go check those out for a larger cowboy scope here so you mentioned Robert Woods. In. We saw a lot of success from him. Obviously, we saw cooper cop do the kind of little Cooper Cup thing whatever. And not to take away from your Sean mcvay point case because I think it's well founded and certainly I'm not going to mcvay but to say the cowboys, the rams do what they wanted offensively isn't even the right way to put it. They just kind of fell asleep at the wheel. I. Mean This was just I mean the screen game was abysmal for the cowboys and you know I do five winners and losers after every game block of. The DOT COM, my biggest loser player wise with your cowboys with Jalen Smith Oh. My Gosh I mean, you know Jalen isn't great story and the fact that he's even playing in the NFL is just a medical marvel but he is not good i. mean our friend John Owning put out a lot of great gifts of Jalen and I mean, it is bad I mean again, it's not even that tyler higby burned him or anything I mean just. Doing from Jalen and just I mean he really looks slow he he looks I mean pro focus talked a lot about already in you made the gop they rated the cowboys linebacker in group is the second best in July and invest in the NFL not like the NFC east or something and I know a lot of that is founded in in vander issues suffered a broken collarbone. Rappaport said he'll miss about six weeks. The cowboys think obviously not great. This is really really really bad group in a really bad defense in general and really bad philosophy. You mentioned kissed I mean where was the defensive aggressiveness we were promised? Where was all the blitzing I? Mean this was really stale approach overall from the cowboys offensively. that. Lack of aggression on defense. The second best starting field position for the cowboys all night long was their own thirty five yard. That was the second best. The best was the lone turnover, the interception we're Alden Smith clothesline jared Goff and got the ball at the Los Angeles Rams thirty, nine yard line. But even then that drive led to a field I, mean any any analytics mind finds out you start a drive in opponents territory inside the forty yard line you settle for a field goal you know destroying you rightly so I thought all that Smith was maybe the biggest winner. I thought Auden in story. Wise. Great Guy Great Comeback. He really for not having played in the NFL in five years was fantastic again, I'm really just stunned at this offense and it's time and I'm not trying to not ridicule Mike. McCarthy it's time for us to challenge Kellen more because Kellyn has gotten a lot of love in this McCarthy made it well known this is killing wars offense. He's the play collar I have no idea why the cowboys are. So hell bent on running on. I stand and Zeke looked great zeke looked and I know that the data doesn't support that he he's better than he was. Last year but he really did look like a better runner and my last thing is part of my drive before I'll allow you both to tell me how wrong I am. I thought that my boldest take of the night I tweeted this out during one commercial break I love Tony Romo. When you tweet this out cowboys, fans really come for you but I think Chris Concert is the best color analyst in the game tweeted this out got dragged. It's fine but my boldest take of the night where I got dragged the most I don't have a problem with the call I. We've all seen that called many times was their acting on Jalen Ramsey's behalf shirt totally but. To Act like it's this flagrant abuse of the rule is insane to me. I did think that Sean mcvay should not have gotten that time out on the rams first possession ended up going touchdown it should have maybe settled for a field goal I thought they were miss. Calls. On Goth obviously all dismiss Kosygin stack things like that. That's just football I don't have a problem with the opiate. I. I think it was a fifty fifty call and you just can't put yourself into fifty fifty situations I, I I just think that's where the cowboys rat last night they. They let it come down to the wire and they didn't get the call. So that is what happened in the game and second point just to talk you are Jay and cowboys fans off the Ledge Mike McCarthy after the game. So the only thing we can't be this year is sixteen. So fifteen and one still very much a possibility concerning. Thank you. It's GonNa. Make you feel better I mean I i. Now I, feel completely better if I'm a cowboys fan I, just WanNa. Add something that Rj touched upon something I alluded to as well because this is going to. Be a constant battle on twitter between different camps and say you know let who feed Zekan or or or more like analytically minded people that say pass the ball and so on and so forth these I the first downplay calling for Dallas Seventeen runs twelve passes runs averaged four point eight yards per carry. That's that's solid pathogens. Average eleven point one yards per attempts. Doc was eleven for twelve on first down, throw the stink in football it's twenty twenty your quarterback ain't that bad man and it's much more efficient and you're going to get a much more explosive offense you. Can put, some points on the board throw the ball. There was only one possession to at the game whether and not have a single third-down throughout it. It was their two minute drive at the end of the first half, which again shocker here when you're moving quickly no huddle offense, you don't have time to do stupid things. We can all laugh and joke whatever attack is one of the best young quarterbacks in the NFL he has one of the best if not the best receiving groups in the NFL. Let them throw the ball. It's so stupid I want to say. It is feared and we obviously don't know for sure at the time of this recording, but it is feared that Blake Darwin Toys ACL, which is huge bummer for the cowboys offense. Make, sure. You don't miss our next conversation by subscribing to the SBA nation NFL show wherever you get your podcasts.

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Super Bowl LIV Bets

Even Money

29:45 min | 1 year ago

Super Bowl LIV Bets

"If you'd like to make your NFL Games a little more interesting. You've come to the right place. It's the even money podcast with Russ Tucker and Steve Physic- Yes Vegas Baby Vegas. It is the even money podcast and it is super bowl weekend. Makir on the even money. podcast which is presented by beddoe online dot. Ag Your online sportsbook experts. Use the Promo Code. podcast one you get a fifty percent sign up bonus. Today we are recording this very the early because number one. It's easier for Stephen. I in our travel schedules at the Super Bowl and number two there earlier we record it the earlier. You can place your pets and get ahead of the number in a lot of different instances and that's our goal for you guys is to try to get you ahead of the the number this Steve I reference most of your regulars you listen all year. He is at sports on twitter. Steve Fezzet the only two time winner of the Super Bowl of professional football gambling. These super contest at the West Gate. Casino I'm Ross. Tucker former NFL offensive lineman five teams. Seven years had a really nice year so far betting the NFL really hoping to finish strong with the super bowl programming note by the way we are year round. So like next week we'll talk kind of do a super bowl recap and we might get into what our season win. Total numbers were which is always fun because we had a really good year from our preseason season win totals a really good year. So we'll talk about those and do the final grades on those next week. In addition to the super bowl recap APP then before you know it will already be talking about. Next year's season win totals and we always dive into March madness. NBA Kentucky Derby all of the major sports betting events. We're here for you. We're weekly and what's cool. Is We get a chance to get other professional. Gamblers on as guests asks. And even some of you as guests over the coming week so highly. Encourage you to keep listening to the even money podcast broadcast because it is money just like I highly encourage those of you that haven't Gotten Valentine's Day gift yet for your significant other other. Trust me when I tell you my front page story Dot Com the Best Valentine's Day gift ever you go to my front page story DOT Com. You order a story for your significant other. They set up a time to chat with you. When you're driving home from work mark are you driving to Chick-fil-a or whatever you talk to them for ten minutes about your significant other? What she's like what she does for the family? How how much you appreciate her? They write the most unbelievable story. It looks like it's on the cover of the newspaper when they send it to you framed and when she sees the quotes from you saying I just don't tell her enough how much I appreciate everything she does for us. I'm just telling you guys there's something crazy powerful about reading that in print and it looking like it was a newspaper story like who gets story for for someone. That's the best gift ever had a story written about you for Valentine's Day I had a story written about you for Valentine's Day my front page age story Dot Com. All Right Steve. Well I love that. We're getting this to everybody a week early several days before we normally normally do. But it's good because we want to give them that information now. They can make their bets now. And let's start with the props. Steve You talked about it a little bit on last week. Show before I ask you questions about some specific props. I wanted to get your thoughts on the props that you definitely want to stay away from the props that you definitely want to place wagers on and of course your official prop bets for the week. Yes so. Let's stay away from the needle in the haystack props. And frankly the mainstream media this. This is what they're going to be given out left and right who's GonNa Score. I exactly how many points is Kansas City or San Francisco going to win by exactly how many points winter is going to score. And I can tell you those in the bets that the dastardly bookies have the biggest edges. That's the bad Dave Mason. That's GonNa win with at that online align because someone's going to be right and fifty other people are going to be wrong and each one of these props and that's why that online is going to have a monster super bowl because of those bats any needle in the haystack. We say no you like more of like the Yes or no the type of product. That's exactly right so if they if they asked you. What's the margin of Victory Gonna be? It's GonNa be Sanford by one. Two three four two six seven to ten. No no no. Don't I'll bet that way where you WANNA do. Is You WANNA have a proposition that you could bet. Yes or no over or under example. Patrick mahomes passage. You don't WanNa bet that he's GonNa pass for exactly three hundred to three hundred twenty yards. You WanNa bet. Is it going to go over. Three hundred five yards or under three hundred five yards. That's the way the pros rose attack the props and Ross. Last night the Las Vegas West Gate is the proper leader in The world really and they opened up about five five hundred props to the wise guys. They take two thousand dollars a crack on these so The props are popping up everywhere in Vegas and other places so so let's flesh that our a little bit. You always say like you you win and do well on the practice every year. Don't you yes I'd like to say I win every year. You know what's interesting about. That is that I could win every year. If that was only my goal is to turn a profit. Every year I could guarantee a profit simply by doing nothing but by scalping props and what do I mean by that. Oh I could play over yesterday. At William Hill they they had proper. We'll both teams make a thirty five yard field goal and I bet no at the West Gate. Their property both teams make a thirty three yard field goal and I bet yes. When you see where I'm going is that if One team kicks a long field goal and the other team kicks a thirty three to thirty five yard field goal. I'm GONNA middle it. I'm GONNA win money. So Oh the disparity between the lines at different places on these props can be very significant contrast to the spread on the game the entire world has Kansas City. Either a one or a one and a half point favorite. So you then. Do you do that a lot. Do you middle a lot of these different different props. Yes if I have a profitable middle I will certainly fired in on both sides. The one thing that I I guess I'll customize it Ross is that if I like one bet a lot more than another bet I'll usually bet what it considered to be the better bet more significantly because I HATE TO MAKE A. I bet the other way just to lock in a profit. When I don't when I really liked the I bet and there are times I'll just play the I bet and say you know what that number so far off? I don't care that I can middle it. I'm GonNa roll all the dice with it okay. Well let's let's get into them. Then what are your official pro plays at this point for the Super Bowl. I have three of them. I'M GONNA start out go one by one and you can comment on them. All these are going to be for two units Patrick Mahomes. I'm going Over twenty nine rush yards. Let me make the case. We've got a really great situation. In my opinion where mahomes during the regular season he ran about three three times per game and remember the ankle issue issues he had the dislocated kneecap but since the playoffs started. He's run the ball for for fifty three yards and both of the playoff games and now he gets a good match up. The Kansas City rush defense is not their strength number twenty nine in the League football football. Outsiders I suspect homes will continue to run the ball seven or eight times when he does. I expect him to get about fifty yards over twenty nine. Patrick mahomes rush yards okay. That's interesting especially because how good the niners defensive line is and how fast they're line. I am backers. Are you do think that the D. Line is going to get some pressure is going to have to run. So I like that part of it but then their linebackers akers are really really fast. So That's interesting. What does he had the last couple of weeks? Steve Fifty three yards in both games. Wow I didn't know it was exactly even both weeks. That's fascinating I can see it. I'M NOT GONNA pick you back off you on that one but I can absolutely see it because it does feel like in a game like this. You know no-holds-barred desperate times call for desperate measures. You gotta pull out all the stops every cliche. I can throw out right now. I mean he's GonNa get after and go after it. That's for sure pretty remarkable. Oh by the way I believe Steve According to Dr Chow. Who Comes on Mondays? Ross Tucker Football podcast mahomes still needs surgery on that knee. After the season to make sure the KNEECAP is properly stabilized moving forward. It's Kinda crazy. How much success? He's had running and how he hasn't it doesn't really look like is bothering him. Not at all and of course the highlight of the NFL year that touchdown run at the end of the first half against the Tennessee. Titans no fault of going out of bounds. Cutting back in scoring the touchdown. All all right. What is your second pro? Second prop at number of players to attempt to pass. I am going to go under two and a half passers and this is just based upon the history of these two teams in the playoffs. San Fran has not had anyone but Jimmy G. throw the ball same with mahomes and as it turns out over over the course of the season. San Francisco only had to pass attempts one bite each other wide receivers and Kansas City's only had one pass attempt by non quarterback back there Punter Colquitt had one attempt and frankly as badly as Colquitt has performed in some special team gas lately. The last thing I would expect is Kansas City to fake punt. And throw the ball so with the If over the entire course of the season these teams have played it straight up without without any of the trickery I do not see it coming in the super bowl under two and a half passers for two units. Wow that's interesting. You got two of the more creative play callers in the league. I don't think either team has an obvious. Passer second passer Sir candidate. Do they like some of these other teams do and although we have seen it seems like more and more teams willing to try. Hi those sorts of things Steve in the Super Bowl the last few years we certainly have. But I'm a big believer in P.. Teams tend to keep doing what got them there and the fact that these teams have not had to do any kind of trickery at all I just don't see it in the big game or what is your third third prop. I Bet I'm going to bet the second half to outscore the first half. Now you have to lay minus dollar forty five on this one for two units and it's all about the super bowl. History teams tend to be careful they tend to be tight they tend to be conservative and so as it turns out a feud bet this since the year two thousand Russ you're fourteen four and one the second half has been higher scoring than the first half by more than seven points per game and it makes sense to me the first half teams are You make the cases to conservatives in the second half caution to the wind teams will do anything to get back in the game if they get behind. We're GONNA bet the second half to outscore the first-half yeah that would seem to be a winner every year. What about don't you do like an overtime bet? You know I do like the no overtime I hate to make an official pick because I don't want to risk a whole lot on it and the risk nine dollars to win a dollar so as a pizza bet won't be official. Bet You absolutely can go ahead and bet a couple units to win you know point two or point two five units that the game will not go overtime. Fifty three super bowls and year to date only one of them and has gone over time right and that's sort of a cheap bet to make here when we're just doing units without all the factoring in the juice you know what I mean so I I appreciate that because that is Kinda lame some of these other lines. I'm looking and at the first half line. Any value there in chiefs minus half a point niners plus half a point. Point can't go there because Kansas City has struggled in the playoffs to start out and I know they somehow took the lead in both games which was a minor miracle they were down double digits in both of the Games that were played. So I'M GONNA go ahead and pass on Kansas City in the first half. Yeah I guess my thought was why not take the niners in the first half. They've been jumping on people like the packers and the vikings workings. Meanwhile the chiefs have phone behind the last two games in the first half. Yeah I think that does make sense. It would be the only side they would look to is to play San Francisco assist in the first half plus the half yes. It's hard to find though it is available at a few bucks you have to lay. Looks like lay minus a dollar twenty if you shop around. Yeah I'm looking. I mean that's I have an email from online dot ag or online sportsbook experts. And that's what I'm seeing. So I'm I'm going to put two units on the niners plus a half in the first half. I think if the nine of them they get them in the first half you you know chiefs might have trouble stopping the run in the first half. They didn't do a great job against Derrick Henry and the titans they did a better job after after the first half. Jeff what about. We'll get into the total with Brian Momentarily. You don't like any of the MVP award props correct correct. If I had to bet it I bet mahomes to win the MVP. Just because. I can't envision a scenario Casey wins that it isn't because of Mahomes but I don't WanNa go there. You don't like first touchdown score you don't like player score. First niners touchdown I I chiefs touchdown largest lead of the game by either team. Total first downs total touchdowns team to score for the longest touchdown is interesting shortest touchdown. Special Teams are defensive touchdown. Will there be a safety in in the game. You ever hit that one up. I used to play no safety because like seven percent of the NFL Games have safeties. And you could bet no safety safety in Vegas like only lay in my eight hundred. I know that sounds like a lot. But if you've made that each and every regular season game you would clean up and do greats because there'd be on average one safety per week and you would go with with the BI weeks you'd go like thirteen and one however the super bowl a different animal and how many times have to watched. Tom Brady make an uncharacteristic mistake in his own endzone giving up a safety or have a Peyton. Manning have the ball thing past his ear because he's not looking looking for it on a snap out of the end zone. There's another safety uncontentious predict unpredictable. Contingent events seem to happen more. Ross in super bowls than regular regular season games with all that added pressure and noise and thus I am passing. I'm betting no safety don't believable. Longest field goal total punts. It's total penalties offensive. Pass interference penalty for excessive celebration player. Ejection onside kick overtime. Is Plus eight hundred for yes minus twelve hundred for no Total players to attempt to pass. We did that one. It's amazing. I mean Steve They just keep going and going on like I could go on and on and on What do you show for total number of penalties? The reason season. I'm asking if I could get a thirteen would go under because historically what happens. There's I'm convinced memo goes out to the Super Bowl. Ref's call this thirteen and a fast call fair game but whatever you do. We don't WanNa see twenty penalties Super Bowl and then the talking heads are going going crazy. About how the game's being ruined Tom. Brady's tweeting about it and so super bowls have tended to be lower in terms of penalties. I know the last ten years the average number of penalties has been eleven and a half. So yeah it's thirteen and a half. I'll go to thirteen after two units. Yes yeah I'm with few on that. I'm going to units under thirteen and a half penalties and there's no like juice on it. It's just that's the number the over under they're not gonNA call that many penalties. I'm convinced they're told. Keep it in your pants. You know what I mean. Don't be don't be throwing the flag. I am convinced most of that. So excellent advice to everybody in Miami. This week I would say there. You Go Steve Very Nice. They literally have receiving being and reception yards for like every player for both teams. I mean it's it is stunning. How many pets they have We got to the important ones there. Now let's get to the actual game betting line. It is should be intense. Let's do it right. Why all right guys San Francisco? They're getting one point in this game with an over under a fifty four Ross. Why don't you start off and these lines as we've said before presented by Ben Online Dot AG using that Promo Code podcast one correct podcast one fifty percent? Welcome bonus all the player props we just one over there all bet online. Ag as well so we totally have you guys covered in that regard right after the conference championship games. James I think this is going to be an awesome super bowl and right after the conference championship games. I kind of leaned towards the chiefs chiefs because of Patrick Mahomes and because he's just so good. He's a dynamic quarterback but I really do believe that if you look look at the history of the Super Bowl and the team with the better quarterback is playing the team whose offensive and defensive. Zip Lines are playing better and are more dominant. It just seems like the team whose lines are playing being better is the team that usually wins that matchup. And I don't know Steve. I want you to give away your pick yet. But would you agree Rian that that it seems like the dominant lines have been more important than the better quarterback in the Super Bowl over the last ten fifteen eighteen twenty years to super bowl. Stand out to be The Carolina Denver Super Bowl Cam Newton. MVP and Peyton manning clearly clearly Not just having slipped but having lost it completely Denver's lines dominated. Denver wins the game and of course The Seattle Denver Enver Super Bowl. Where Peyton manning was got all year long and had a tremendous year and the Legion of boom opened up the boom on Denver and Seattle absolutely crushed Denver in that game that in fact that's Super Bowl Kinda compares. The most to this super bowl in many ways is where the public I know all Denver in that game but Seattle one being the right side now. The question is the San Francisco. Really have a dominant defense. Certainly not like Seattle's I had that year but those two games standout. Yeah it really does all right so then as far as I'm concerned I'm taking the forty niners. I'll put man debating. I went to units for the first half. I'm just going to go one. Unit for the game so two units on the under on the penalties two units on the two units under thirteen and a half on the penalties two units on the niners. Getting half a point in the first half and I'm going to go one unit it on the niners getting one point for the game and I'm also going to go one unit on the over fifty four. I really think it's going to be a high scoring game. I really do. I think now a lot of people thought that last year and we saw what happened and sometimes it feels like when we all think it's going to be a high scoring game instead it's the exact opposite but fifty four. That's twenty seven for each team. I wouldn't be surprised if they both get into the thirties. I think you've got two of the best play callers. Maybe the two best I play callers in the NFL these days going against each other. You've got an unbelievable blocking run. Run blocking unit. You've got Patrick Mahomes. WHO's been unstoppable? And I know the niners defense is really good. But I don't know second-half Packer scored a bunch. The seahawks game may scored a bunch the saints game. They scored a bunch. So I've got one unit on the over fifty four one one unit on the niners getting one point and as I mentioned to units on the under thirteen and a half penalties and two units on the niners. Getting a half a point in the first half. I think if if I think they're going to do well in the first half and it's just up to the chiefs chiefs whether or not they're able to make a comeback then in the second half. What say you Mr before I get to the side I think we? We have a best bet on the penalties under thirteen APP. Break you up the music this all right. I think you had an excellent analysis. This on the side you know I can make cases for both teams mahomes is playing at a level. We've never seen before. Andy Reid is great off of a by where his teams cover two thirds of the times and there are some match badges that you could possibly point to for Kansas City because of the fact that Jimmy G. is largely unproven here in the playoffs. Always had to do with hand the ball off however I do think that San Francisco can have great success. Running the ball against Kansas City's weakness there rush defense and my gut says that it's not a good idea had a bet on the the public team Kansas City when playing a team like you said Ross. That has the better lines. So I'm an expert at this. I am a guy that makes a living betting sports and I'm supposed to have a pick on the super bowl. And they do have a pick the props like about I'm not gonNA give pick. I could make thousands of dollars by coming out and saying hey this is my super bowl lock of the century. I love the side but I'm not personally betting it so I'm not going to do it. So I if that disappoints people apologize. Bet More on the props that they gave out to summarize those playing mahomes over twenty nine rush yards. I'm playing they'll be under two and a half passers in the game. I am playing the second half to outscore the first half and I'm playing penalties under thirteen and a half. Well I I liked that Steve You you know why. Because you're that's that's what we say we do. We give you guys what we bet on what we would make an official play because as we want you to win money. We're not gonNA make up what we would bet and as you can tell. I'm not as confident in the total and the the winner with only one unit as I am in the penalties and the first half. So I respect that Steve Dea lean either way on both the the total end the team. It's not an official play but if you had to pick one. Which direction do you think you would go for each? I'm gonNA give you four. Pick four lanes your San Francisco first half would be a lien. Kansas City second half would be a lean because Kansas city has started so slowly slowly here in the playoffs. First Half under would certainly be the way I would look and second-half over dot it. I love it very good very good. Let's get to an e mail bright to ask a professional sports better question. It's time to ask Steve Steve. How cool is that? I love it. You can ask Steve any question you want. I know a lot of you have questions. We'll get into all all of them. This off season. Remember if you take advantage of any of the sponsors on the sponsor tab at Ross Tucker Dot com Tom. You are all good any of his sponsors on the sponsor tab at Ross Tucker Dot Com Ford it to me raw awesome at Ross Tucker dot com again Ross at Ross Tucker Dot Com and we guarantee Steve will answer your question. Here's what we got this this week. Steve It's from Craig Hansen. Hi Ross I have an interesting question. Maybe you guys can cover this week. I love doing teasers Especially when the line is seventy eight or around there. Does it make sense to better teaser. Like that down to one or even zero or just do a money line parlay. I had a packers. Vikings and niners seven point joint teaser. Yesterday if you think the teams are going to win. Doesn't it make more sense just to do a money line parlay I think. Maybe he meant when the line line is seven or eight or around. They're not seventy eight but I think you drift about money. Line versus teasers. Steve Yeah absolutely answered. The question is the teaser is better than the money. Line parlays because the teaser odds. You're essentially if you're laying dollar our ten on a six point. NFL appeaser. That's like laying my to sixty on each individual leg. The money line legs will be more expensive. So you WANNA go ahead and play the teasers. There's this is covered actually in Stanford Wong's book. I believe it's sharp sports betting. So that's something that you can go ahead and order and read up on it one other thing. I WanNa Address as you never. Everyone teased a pick. Em All right you only WanNa take enough points because you can play six six NAFIR seven point teaser. You WanNA tease that team. Down to my one or down to minus the half. You don't even mice one and a half but you'd Never WanNa tease all the way to pick because that's a worthless ex- extra half point that you're paying extra big for to bring it all the way to pick them. Never put a team all the way down to pick them in your teaser. And that's why he's defends it and that's why he's the Co host of this podcast. Because he knows was the numbers. Good question let's keep getting more and more questions. This off season can't wait to dive into them with Steve Battle. Do it for this week's even money. podcast sending those emails Ross at Ross Tucker Dot com hope. 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Only Homers Allowed: LSU with Ross Dellenger

The Solid Verbal: Living College Football

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Only Homers Allowed: LSU with Ross Dellenger

"The. Welcome to the solid. Verbal. For me. On forty. I've heard so many players say why wanna be happy you want to be happy for day to stay. Untie? Hey, everybody. Welcome to bonus. Only homers allowed which we've course named after. This would you let in Homer glumly. It says no homers. We're allowed to have one. Filled so left and today as you already know because you've looked at the name of the episode. You've downloaded or are streaming this episode. We're talking about LSU, and we're not just talking about LSU because the Alabama game is tomorrow. I guess depending on when you're actually listening to this. If you're listening to this like mid-january, congratulations. I appreciate your patience and just savoring this like a a nice old bottle of wine, but for everybody else this isn't really about the Alabama game. This is just about nine weeks into the season. We stand here with LSU at seven and one with some pretty big if not unexpected winds, I think seven of the eight teams that they've beaten our FBI teams with winning records, which is a pretty crazy accomplishment. Not that else you can necessarily control how good their opponents are, but they can definitely control which side of the win loss column. They end up at the end of sixty minutes and LSU certainly has done a very good job of that for a number of reasons, which we are now going to get into with. Sports Illustrated's raw stellar who. Of course, has covered LSU for many many years, and is now on sort of a national beat for for sl. But still incredibly connected and inciteful with all things LSU. So he was sort of a no brainer to have on to talk about the tiger. So as we get into that momentarily just a friendly reminder. You can follow us on Twitter. It's just solid. Verbal facebook. Instagram is always always a good time. Join our picking pool if that's something you're into and you can check out our stories, we're going to be releasing some new shirts here, very soon. I know we've said that many times, I swear we do maintenance, and you will know, and you will find out if you follow us on Twitter or Instagram or Facebook, we will alert you to that we've done a couple of these homers shows a couple of weeks ago, Jeff Schwartz of number of different places, but including the action network and some radio appearances as a as a host, you hosts radio it's good good for Jeff because he's really good at it. And and last week Mike Golic junior with Thai talking about all things not. Her name and a little bit of caffeine. Did a great job loved Michael junior as well. We're going to break. Our offense of lines streak are former offense of lineman streak here though with Ross dowager who still hasn't Baton Rouge. And does a great job and excited to talk to him. So why don't we just go into that? And with that we are now joined by sports Illustrated's Ross Dellinger. I'm sorry only read your name. I don't know how to pronounce it if I'm pronouncing it correctly. Is that right? You did. You gotta right. Yes. Oh my gosh. That's a relief who obviously covered LSU for longtime down in Baton Rouge. But is now covering all sorts of stories around college football for Sports Illustrated, but still based in Baton Rouge. So I figured you know, what this is a great option. This is somebody who who probably has a lot of thoughts and a lot of insights. So I will start right here with L issues. I think surprise season to some are you surprised by LSU's success thus far this season? Yeah. I am. A probably wasn't quite as down on them that as some others were. But I did not certainly expect him to be seven to one right now, you know, the game against Florida Auburn. Georgia in Miami. Those four games I didn't expect them to go three and one in those game at best. I was thinking they would go to one of those games than in be sitting here six to really needs to be state to and they were supposed to be really good team in the season. So you throw them in. And so, yeah, I did not expect to be seventy one probably best to and I would probably my pick would have been something like five and three right now, you know. So I didn't expect him to be this. This this strong, you know, and in I think the real big difference as crazy downs as kicker. You know, they got a division to kick her transfer to come in gal, she missed the most field goals of any program in the nation last year, they missed eleven and they got a kick her to come in transfer kicker in as it was run says when they get in they get past the thirty five yard line. They know they have three points. And he's been incredible. He's really helped him from into. Early in pretty much every game. You can look he made four field goals in one game five in the other. He's he made the game winning kick against Auburn. He's many credible. And they've always had a good defense. Dave aranda. And when you throw a kicker in in an offense that is a little more versatile than it's been in the past throwing some different things out there. You get a team. That's a pretty good on that note. How did that the Coltrane thing happened not that was out scouring the sort of grad transfer market in any sort of shady way. But what was there a connection was their enthusiasm from coal, Tracy and his camp, I guess to to get into a high level program. You don't see that specific kind of jump all that often. No it actually goes back to Los Angeles coach Tracy is from out in California in LSU special teams coordinator who had been in the NFL for years had. Kind of put out feelers that they were looking for grad transfer. He put out some feelers to to scouts in in NFL scouts in in other assistant coaches and someone I guess name MRs aim, but he's he's a special teams coordinator believe in Iowa State and key is he he played at he played it USC, and he actually played under ORs Ron believe in the late nineties Pete Carroll era. And so there was that little connection there. He and he got he knew of code frac- from California told LSU LSU, you know, reached out the whatnot assumption. College code Frazier that division to school in Massachusetts in boom. You know, he ended up arriving arriving LSU within a few months of being contacted, and he was a grad transfer. So he plays immediately. Get one year of eligibility. And yet he's been incredible for him. I think he's missed two or three field goals. I don't know. Exactly. Number around twenty twenty two makes like that. I mean, it's been it's been pretty incredible LSU record made popular goals and game earlier this year. I think it was against a Mississippi State. I it's just been he's been incredible. I really have. All right. We'll stay on the topic of grad transfer is obviously a huge story was Joe Burroughs, arrival and performance thus far as they've won a lot of games. What is the what would you say is there is consensus about Joe borough season, thus far with you know, -mongst the people whose eyeballs are most trained on him coaches fans, anybody in general is there a general feeling of like he's not the most consistent guy, but he's definitely a timely guy. And he's ours. Is there any sense like that? I think would would you wanted in a quarterback is. Honestly, somebody that they've had in the past at crazy that sound they they want somebody who just managed the game. Well, doesn't make mistakes. They know they have some pretty good skill players around Joe, and they always have a solid running game. Even though that it return a big running back. So they just kinda needed that guy with with that. So call you know, moxy in that leadership Gill and in that ability to make plays with his feet a little bit in not turn the ball over in. Joe has checked all of those boxes Pacific ly-, the leadership kinda moxie box in his numbers aren't great in. They don't you know, LSU because 'cause this is so good. It's running game always so strong. They don't really need the numbers to be great. I think deeper into editors rights tenure here two three years from now. I think he would like a quarterback that can make a little more plays and have a little more passing game. But right now, this is. Eating them in. Joe hasn't made a lot of turnovers but more so he's really kinda won the team, and he's with his leadership, and and just to his his ability to be that gritty kind of player who in key situations make place. It's debts aren't great. But in key situations. He makes plays and he's got that kind of leadership ability and again across across the ball from him, the defensive show strong that he doesn't need to go out and be crazy. And you've got a great kicker that. Yeah. That that would they feel comfortable when they cross that thirty five yard line that they have least three point. So all that kinda helps him be the player that that he is. So you mentioned in two three years because borough will be back next year has another year eligiblity in two three years coach, oh and the offense of staff imagine or picture or have excuse me, a vision for what perhaps the quarterback of the future looks like for LS your the system the ski. Team of the future looks like for LSU. Are we in a one point oh of this offense with you know, the transition from from Canada Stevens bigger, and if so what is that grand vision? Does this offense look appreciably different in two or three years with time? Well, it's it's weird. Because when when Anna was wrong to over he preached having you know, a balanced offense with a passing threat. Ben hasn't had it if you're years he kinda one that you wanted more of a spread offense they are slowly slowly making their way toward that reds game. And you can see and actually Nick saving talked about earlier this week. He said this is unlike any LSU came we've ever faced they don't just run the ball over and over again, it was kind of. I'm sure you didn't meet him but slap in the face mile. But you know, but it is unless you slowly getting there. Where they're starting to spread the ball out a little more. They're starting to spread the field a little more received four five receiver sex for seeing some spread concepts that that less didn't run a whole lot. And even Ed ores running did run a whole lot last year or even during his interim see and so we're seeing them slowly get toward transitioning the offense from more of an archaic. I formation run heavy to this kind of spread deal in in. It's just gonna take time. You know, that's the thing. It's like switching diffrent from a four three two three four which LSU did also the last few years, it takes two or three years to get there to get the personnel. And I think we're we're slowly seeing that start, and you know, as far as the quarterback, you know, a lot of the offense to be dictated on the quarterback in with their recruiting for who they get the next few years. So still a lot remains to be seen. But you can. Tell this offense. What statement said was king really killing earlier this week. And that this is a much different offense. They use a lot of different formations. They spread you out a little more. You mentioned the defensive shift from a four three two three four, of course, under Dave Randa when he was hired under previous regime and was tasked with helping to execute Dave rant his vision. And is now Dave Arandas bus retaining Aranda. Who's obviously done a much more powerful job really good job than anything else. What is the dynamic like going from somebody an assistant in having doors run be hit one of his assistants to now being his boss? What is that that interpersonal situation like between coach Dave Randa? That's a great question for Dave Ramsey of only we were able to talk to him. Most schools shut off their their systems LSU does show as well. But you know, Dave, I do cover the long enough where I know that David in ends relationship has always been pretty dang good. They really relationship Dave has with a lot of people. It's really good. Dave is kinda very laid back chill guy. Kinda quiet so re approached everything in so he's kind of the game. It was run gay Ed is loud, screaming motivational. So they're kind of be opposite. In a lot of ways. I think that's a good thing in they have. I think they have they have the marriage between those two has been been really solid in. You know, it speaks to how important a veranda is to this football program. When you look back at January. What happened, you know, Texas am came in and. Tried to poach Dave in gave you know throughout a lot of money in LSU throughout more or just as much in David's down the highest paid defensive coordinator, the nation two and a half million dollars a year. So he basically got million dollar rate out of that that out of an interest in for LSU to do that really pony up like that she tell you all you need to know about one Dave David as relationship into how important school leaders in think, including oarsmen thing. Dave randy. How important Dave Randa is to this place. They knew they could lose in terms of this is more of the micro in terms of developments which position group and really coach assistant to you has stood out in its improvements and success really nine weeks in. Well, you know, Jerry fell oven was hired over the off season even old time. Longtime receivers coach in the NFL, and he really people around kinda rave about he was a consultant last year. And they promoted him to kinda like passing game coordinator slash receivers. Coach, and you know from an and I actually know Vakhid Celtics from just watching video games and things like that. But you just hear people talk around the program, but his influence on the receivers you do see a couple of receivers, you know, like just in Jefferson L issues leading receiver. I I mean, he he was at three three star kid that barely qualified joined the team late a couple years ago. And he's now, you know, leading LSU he's the go-to guy in for Jerry to kinda have a mold him has been really impressive. So, you know, he he's probably in one of the more impressive assistance. And you gotta look at even. Thing to you hadn't been a fulltime offensive coordinator. And almost twenty years really in run gave them this chance in his home state, both in fever. Pretty close and the both from Louisiana in he gave him a chance. And you know, he's he's been doing a solid guy. They're not they're not lineup scoreboard. But they're doing just enough. If you were to look through your mentions on a Saturday, and really why would you, but if you were to to dip into that feed, where do you sense the typical LSU fan is most excited and most disappointed with this team? And it's hard to be too disappointed granted with the record than the teams that they've beaten, but where's where's the excitement? Whereas the disappointment all right now, given the Devon white situation. They're most disappointed with the SEC off. Yup. But you know, far as this team. You know, I well, I they have completely rallied behind the new quarterback Joe borough. A in the kicker coach racy, they know those two people those two players have been essential to this run in. I think you know, there's a lot of mentions flooded with with with comments about those good comments about this two players where where I think there could be struggle is the same spot in a lot of ways that has been a struggle here at times and has just been kind of a lightning rod throughout college football. Every fan base is office of line. And right. And you see that here. I mean that that's the dolphins of line is is is criticized pretty heavily. They a going through a lot of injuries year. They played I want to say four or five different started four or five different jets offense of line. And in the eight games this year. So it's been kind of a maligned groups out probably point to that, you know, as as maybe maybe a weakness somewhat that LSU fans kinda jump on the team for fair. And I think it was you who did this? Maybe you had retweeted or something. But looking at the recent signees at quarterback, and what became of them over these last few years because LSU has sort of infamously, and this isn't necessarily unique to the Tigers. But there's been a lot of washout at quarterback just as it's become a very difficult position to evaluate and develop does the future look brighter with some continuity with Joe borough for a couple years that they're not going to rely on anybody, particularly young. What does I guess the the longer term future at quarterback looked like in his their reason for optimism? You know behind Joe is mouse Britain as a sophomore, very highly ready. Soft more from the Mississippi coast that many people thought would probably be the star of this year before Joe came in. And do I think there's still. Some hope there that that malls can nap to Joe lease takeover. I think the issue is, you know, of miles wasn't ready this year in they had to bring a Joe what does that say about mile? So there's there's some maybe some concern there beyond that, it looks actually not great because you you lost to Justin MacMillan in. Oh, gosh is name is escaping me. But two quarterbacks trains juice college quarterbacks transferred this summer. So LSU only got two quarterback g star quarterbacks on the team right now Joe, and it's miles and in manage it. So you're in a pickle you need the signs of quarterback. So that is all is kind of on that on the recruiting trail. I mean, it was run as is gotta get him. So stocked up there at the quarterback position. We all know that's the position that. Krishan is is always an issue. It has been frail issue in its come back this summer when when those two players left so not that they were going to play a whole lot. But they still add a depth. And you know, and the thing is, you know, LSU office is constantly changing. And they haven't really said on on one thing. And and you know, Stephen future, he's he's a little older. You gotta wonder how long he's he's going to go. So I I'm not sure if they even know exactly what direction they want to go and the future with a quarterback. And so that that's an issue. And that's something that man that that is that is certainly being watched. As is what else she's going to do if you're at quarterback position here, as you mentioned just dissolve maligned seems like do you get the sense that because there seems to be more consistency? More job security for. Ed, orange Ron this far into the season performing LSU has has us far than certainly where else you was last year. The beginning of this year, the tail end of less miles tenure where rumors sort of dog him for the last couple two three years about his job security. Do get the feeling that recruits are more confident in a more stable LSU moving forward. Well, I would think so you know, I'm gonna have talk Amy fairly. But I think that they would see that. There is a more stable foundation, you know, LSU lost. I just did a story on bunch of recruits that LSU has lost Alabama over the years. And how that a lot of times results in the seven game losing streak against the tide. And one of them was this past year. Patrick Japan, the cornerback from Florida, and I remember his Dag on record saying that his son basically chose the more stable coach Nick Sabin instead of Edwards, Ron where everybody. He thought that Patrick 'certain was gonna come to tell us you had been leaning that way for two years or more. And he went to Alabama in you know, I think it was all because of the coaches stability. So they do lose recruits because of that. And and I think that prospect should probably start saying, especially given what's happened. The first eight games this year that things are a little more stable around here than maybe they thought so LSU currently has more. And I looked it up. I did the research the currently have more out of state commits than Louisiana. Commits is that is that a result of a conscious focus shift from the coaches and coach O or is that sort of by chance because that's not that hasn't always been. Or generally isn't the case when you look at these these last few classes, right? Yeah, we actually did like aerobic deep dot deep dive on last ten years. LSU recruiting and they they use -ly yet about fifty five or sixty percent of their stunning classes or from Louisiana. So they they do go out of state more than you might think. Now that to for them to be for them to have more out of sitters in Louisiana and have to go back, and look, but that's rarely happening. I wonder if down the stretch here that won't even back out, and they'll get a few laid Louisiana. But sure, you know, the thing about it order Ron is, you know, he's they're going to go out in while they wanna lock down the state and all that they're going to go out and and get the best players and they've made a focus on east, Texas in LSU's focus there for a while Houston, the Haege hub for them, the Dallas area all that area. They almost they almost view it as Jane Louisiana in Houston, especially L. She's biggest alumni, I guess grouping outside of and. Houston. So they they go there a lot in you know, they wanna spread the brand. I think in wants to spread the brand. Maybe you're you're seeing that a little bit with the with the outside kind of recruit, she's you know, getting out and spreading the brand a little bit. Obviously this can change on a dime. And this my last question, but has coach one over this fan base? That is like any other fan base pretty much always impossible to please. Yeah. Especially down here. It's, you know, less than after championship in two thousand seven and LSU, I think eight and five the next year in two thousand eight and literally there were people who wanted him to be fired. It's just it's crazy here. So even a national championship here. Can't quite save you, but you got at least at least get there. And that's the I don't think ED's gonna win over this fan base in Philly. At least reaches that point where he's playing for championship with a the SEC the national championship. And at that point. Then the next year we have to win it, you know, and and to those things happen. I don't think he's one over quite one over anybody in honestly meeting Alabama is is is huge in its something that, you know, cost his predecessor his jobless miles, and he you know, with high the beat to win championships in a win championships. They gotta beat Alabama. So it's the big game. I think it could certainly went over a little bit of portion of the fan base if the Tigers were to win Saturday. Okay. And here's my actual final question because I always liked to finish on food because I'm a dork. And that's just how I live. You are in Baton Rouge the game of the century of the millennium is being played tomorrow. Excuse me, a couple of days as we record this on Thursday. But. People becoming in notched. Alabama fans, sells you fans fans of just big college football atmospheres. Where should they eat in Baton Rouge? Oh, there's just so many great places. Really sounds Louisiana. You know, it's hard to pick one. But sure a few Alabama reporters coming in. I'm taking them and always take out outside reporters who come in to this to one place. It's called Peron's if they it's a restaurant on Perkins road in Baton Rouge. And it just very cutting the quintessential Louisiana fair in kind of a Louisiana setting. They have the, you know, all the Gulf seafood fresh fish. And and the the the role of the barbecue always Gers, and if the great place, and so I would recommend that the one, you know, when you're Louisiana you wanna eat truce outweighs in food in that setting. And that's a good one. I just googled it as you're describing it. And I want nothing more to go there. That's P A R an apostrophe S looks like there's good outdoor area yet. Holy hell that looks good. Ross dowager. Thank you very much for your time. Everybody follow Ross on Twitter. If you aren't doing so already what's wrong with you read his stuff on sl dot com Sports Illustrated Ross, thank you very much for coming on. And we'll have to have you on again. All right. Thank you. So there it is. There was Rostow injured of sl. Let us know which team we should do a homers. Only homers allowed show about moving forward as we head into the stretch run of the season. Lot of interesting stories and developments about damn near every team in college football. So let us know who we should hit next with our only homers allowed series. I really enjoy doing them because I think I speak for tight here as well. We don't have time to deep dive teams on these preview and recap shows just because there's so much action to get into. And also we have to talk about tile almost becoming a weatherman as often as possible and getting now, I think we're gonna have his forecasts for game. So we're already trying to squeeze in a good amount here. So we will keep doing these only homers allowed shows because we want to and it seems like you like them at least if you like the team we're talking about on that show. So thanks again for listening. We are going to be obviously here every Wednesday. And Sunday throughout the season. And hopefully, keep these shows dropping on Friday morning. So for who was not on this show because he definitely has a day job. That's Mary secret. And for us challenger. Thank you very much for listening. 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