35 Burst results for "Three Quarters"
Randle leads Knicks over Lakers and back above .500
"Former Lakers Julius Randle at the next one eleven ninety six victory over the LA Lakers Randle scored thirty four points and pulled down ten rebounds to lead Yorkshire third straight win in the last four nights this one against the defending champs who played again without the injured lebron James Anthony Davis who's who's always going through the emotions in the last two games of the plan well you know beach Ronald blubber control arm it's always a feel good when point guard Elfrid Payton scored twenty points was backup Derrick rose added fourteen the next only billion defense forced twenty four Laker turnovers and held only to forty points over the second and third quarters when they took command of the game Dennis Schroder scored twenty one points to top Los Angeles I'm Tom Mariam
Boston bullies: Celtics' 31-3 run ends Nuggets' win streak
"The nuggets eight game winning streak is over after a one oh five eighty seven loss to the Celtics Denver took a seventy nine sixty five lead on a three pointer late in the third quarter the Boston immediately went on a thirty one three run and allowed just five more points after that Jayson Tatum and Jaylen brown of the Celtics attack after both were questionable to play Tatum says the second half run keyed the victory it was a big but you know there's a group in the third and kind of start the fourth Kickstarter that run and then we so then we got carried off from there Tatum finished with twenty eight points and brown had twenty as Boston won for the fifth time in six games Michael Porter junior led the nuggets with twenty points despite missing eleven of twelve from three point range I'm Dave Ferrie
Warriors rookie James Wiseman to undergo MRI on knee after leaving game vs. Rockets
"The warriors dig a two by four to the rockets one. Twenty five to one zero nine steph curry scoring twenty three of his thirty eight points in the third quarter and espn is reporting that warriors. Big man james wiseman is do an mri on his right knee after landing on it in this game
George scores 33 points, Clippers snap Suns' winning streak
"The clippers earned a one thirteen one oh three win over the sons as Paul George Kawhi Leonard combined for sixty points George was seven of nine from three point range while scoring thirty three points in thirty minutes Leonard furnished nineteen of his twenty seven points in the second half for Los Angeles which hit eighteen threes the clippers trail by seven four minutes into the third quarter before ending the sun seven game winning streak the sun's may twenty seven of their first forty shots but were nine of thirty one there after Devin Booker led Phoenix with twenty four points to McHale bridges had twenty I'm Dave Ferrie
Ocean Currents Predicted on Enceladus
"New study claims. That ocean currents churning in the subsurface sees of this attorney an ice moon enceladus. The findings reported in the journal. Nature geoscience a based on the shape of enceladus twenty kilometer. Thick shell new hypothesis challenges. Current thinking that the moon's global ocean is a modulus apart from some vertical mixing driven by the warmth of the moons core and syllabus is a tiny frozen snowball just hundred kilometers wide. That's just a seventh of the earth's moon. It's the smoothest body. In the solar system is smooth as keeble and sold us attracted the attention of scientists in two thousand fourteen when a fly by the cassini spacecraft discovered evidence of subsurface after water was seen spewing out of guys alike eruptions through fissures in the circle tiger stripes in the ice neither moon south pole a spectral analysis of the water by cassini indicated that it was salty together with jupiter's iceman moon. Europa enceladus is one of the few locations in the solar system other than earth with liquid water. And that makes it an obvious. Target of interest for astrobiologists searching for signs of life but the oceans on enceladus are almost entirely unlike those earth earth oceans are relatively shallow with an average depth of just three point six kilometers. They cover about three quarters of the planet surface and a warmer at the top thanks to the sun's rays and cooler depth near the floor and they have carrots that are affected not just by the spirit of the earth but also by wind on the other hand and syllabus a piece to have a global spanning and completely subsurface ocean. It's at least thirty. Kilometers deep is cooler at the top. Of the i show and warmer at the bottom thanks to hate from the moon's core despite their differences the study's lead author analog from caltech says the oceans on enceladus do have currents based on the cassini measurements and observations on earth looking at the way ice and water interact drive ocean mixing. Dr
Israel Independence War Era Weapons Cache Discovered in Tel Aviv
"The day before yesterday as we record a gardener found underneath a bush at number twenty two cream as street a cache of world war two vintage bullets artillery shells and grenades which ordinance was stowed under a bush three quarters of a century ago by members of the haganah jewish militia to keep british soldiers and centuries from finding it such a hiding place for weapons was called a sleek from the hebrew root some lama couth to make rid of and in the one thousand nine hundred eighty s there were hundreds of maybe thousands all around the country though most of them were dismantled as soon as the brits left palestinian nineteen forty eight. But you know how it is. You put your grenades and your artillery shells in your bulletin a whole under bush in your yard and then you get busy ensure the brits go home but you tell yourself you'll empty the gun whole tomorrow and if it's not one thing it's another before you know it seventy odd years of pass that is just life in the big city so this week. The police bomb squad piloted remote control. Sapper robots under the tree and they exploded some of the grenades shells and bullets. And they neutralize the rest and sent them to the tel aviv. Forensics lab for further investigation. And for those of you wondering and who isn't wondering isaac jacob adolf. Crimea was the french jewish attorney who in eighteen. Forty along with sir. Moses montefiore made the trip to alexandria egypt to plead before Dive mohammed ali for the release of jews arrested in damascus blood. Libel that rocked the jewish world that year and crimea and montefiore secured freedom for nine of the thirteen syrian. Jews accused of killing christians for their blood. The other four having already died while being tortured after that chromium became minister of justice of france under the second republic in eighteen forty eight and he later founded the 'alliance eastern elite universal in paris in eighteen. Sixty one gathers that isaac jacob adolf creamier would probably not himself have hidden guns in tel aviv in nineteen forty eight but he probably would have understood the sentiment and arguably nothing captures the haphazard semi history city of this forever new and yet never really new city. We love so al tel aviv. Alto better than a gardener. Finding an old bag of old bullets and such tucked under a shrub to shield it from the prying eyes of the brits on a street named for a man who one hundred years before that sailed with an english financier to alexandria a city. Just four hundred fifty kilometers. Southwest of tel-aviv. In order to gain the release of wrongly residues in damascus a city just two hundred kilometers northeast of tel
Irving scores 40, Nets lose Harden but beat Knicks 114-112
"Carry your ring scored forty points and Jeff green made two free throws with three point seven seconds left to send the nets past the Knicks one fourteen one twelve green scored twenty three points and Joe Harris added sixteen for the nets who earned their eighth straight home win despite playing the last three quarters without James harden due to his nagging hamstring Hartnett miss Brooklyn's previous two games and played just four minutes in this one Julius Randle had nineteen points fifteen rebounds and twelve assists for the Knicks but he missed a jumper as time expired I'm Dave Ferrie
Allen helps lead Grizzlies past short-handed 76ers
"The the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers played played without without Jo Jo Ellen Ellen beat beat again again and and that that sort sort of of one one sixteen sixteen one one hundred hundred loss loss to to the the Grizzlies Grizzlies Grayson Grayson Allen Allen delivered delivered eleven eleven of of his his fifteen fifteen points points during during a a fourteen fourteen four four run run over over the the first first two two minutes minutes of of the the third third quarter quarter Allen Allen hit hit three three three three pointers pointers during during the the spurt spurt Dillon Dillon Brooks Brooks had had seventeen seventeen points points to to lead lead Memphis Memphis were were sort sort of of you you know know really really play play with with our our game game plan plan No No shoes shoes three three circuits circuits are are floater floater we're we're fighting fighting each each other other we're we're playing playing unselfishly unselfishly and and then then you you know know we're we're helping helping each each other other out out on on defense defense you you know know with with their their communication communication Tobias Tobias Harris Harris scored scored twenty twenty one one points points for for the the seventy seventy Sixers Sixers who who have have played played eleven eleven of of their their last last twelve twelve games games with with that that and and beat beat Philadelphia Philadelphia and and Brooklyn Brooklyn continue continue to to share share the the Eastern Eastern Conference Conference lead lead I'm I'm Dave Dave Ferrie Ferrie
AP-NORC poll: Majority in US back easier voter registration
"A a new new survey survey finds finds solid solid support support for for Democrats Democrats proposals proposals to to overhaul overhaul voting voting in in the the U. U. S. S. the the Associated Associated Press Press and and O. O. R. R. C. C. center center for for public public affairs affairs research research poll poll finds finds about about half half of of those those surveyed surveyed support support expanding expanding access access to to early early in in mail mail in in voting voting about about thirty thirty percent percent opposed opposed the the ideas ideas while while the the other other twenty twenty percent percent expressed expressed no no opinion opinion automatic automatic voter voter registration registration was was the the most most popular popular democratic democratic proposal proposal in in the the survey survey that that drew drew the the support support of of sixty sixty percent percent of of respondents respondents but but nearly nearly three three quarters quarters of of all all Americans Americans including including majorities majorities of of both both parties parties say say they they support support laws laws requiring requiring voters voters to to present present photo photo identification identification to to cast cast their their ballot ballot the the democratic democratic legislation legislation in in Congress Congress would would ease ease those those laws laws Ben Ben Thomas Thomas Washington Washington
S&P 500 closes above 4,000 for first time
"Powered higher today, led by technology shares as the NASDAQ composite rose another one and three quarter percent and the S and P. 500 notched a fresh closing high. That index ending above 4000. For the first time. The Dow
How major US stock indexes fared Wednesday
"One of the major stock indexes has had a new milestone this morning. The S and P 500 is now above the 4000 Mark. It's up about 32 points this morning or 8/10 of a percent. The NASDAQ is up one and three quarters percent again of about 228. And the Dow Jones averages up almost 70
Drummond leaves debut with bruised toe, Bucks beat LA 112-97
"The box put a stop to their three game losing skid by beating the Lakers won twelve ten ninety seven in Los Angeles Milwaukee's drew holiday scored a game high twenty eight points teammate John assented to Cobo had twenty five with ten rebounds afterwards of the Greek freak set holiday is a key part of the bucs offense we need him to be aggressive and that's the only way it's going to work you know that's the only way this will work and SO only games by him being afraid of the in his Lakers debut newly acquired Andre Drummond had four points in fourteen minutes before leaving in the third quarter with a toe injury I am mark Myers
1st-timer Arizona joins mainstays in women's NCAA Final Four
"Desire cook scored sixteen points in the game **** used their stifling defense to advance to the final four for the third time shutting down Texas sixty two thirty four is very surreal for me I was out there and I was just there and like wow I'm really here like we're really going to the final four but I feel like our work isn't done yet South Carolina blocked fourteen shots held the sixth seeded Longhorns to twenty three percent shooting and outscored them ten nothing in the fourth quarter Lexie hull scored twenty one points in Stanford reach the final four by rallying for a seventy eight sixty three victory over Louisville Stanford trailed by twelve midway through the third quarter before scoring thirteen consecutive points to take its first lead since early in the game I'm Dave Ferrie
The Camera Bag I Use 90 Percent of the Time (and why)
"When low perot released the streamline one fifty in two thousand thirteen it was intended for lightweight vacation travel with a compact camera. It's multi device design offered a dedicated storage for a seven inch tablet smartphone compact camera and personal items now. This is a very cool bag in the sense that it only measures eleven inches by ten inches by one inch and it stays flat against the body as one of the things. I like about one of my complaints about many camera. Bags is that they kind of you know the bush out there like pillows pillows on a strap and you know they they stick out the they bang against things they're they're noticeable that other people and with the streamlined because it's basically a square levin inches by ten inches the only one inch thick. It's on the shoulder. You can work cross shoulder and you're in a tight situation you put it under your arm while cross shoulder and people don't even see it right unless they're really looking looking that close then you need change direction so to speak. It's also helpful for when the weather gets really bad again. You just tuck it under. Your arm is protected. And you get to wherever you need to get in only weighs three quarters of a pow yet. This thing this design. I was working at low pro at the time when it came out. Now it's going. This is a really cool bag. Of course i saw things differently than a lot of folks in because this was at a time when diesel lars were still roaming the earth right and so the lo pro in particular with thinking. Yeah you know big backpacks you know you got to accommodate that seventy two two hundred millimeter lands and you know dsl are with a grip and all this kind of stuff. And i'm just going to
McDonald powers Arizona past Indiana and into Final Four
"Paige Becker scored twenty eight points in the first overall seed used to huge run spanning the final two quarters to beat number two Baylor sixty nine sixty seven the Huskies actually trailed fifty five forty five late in the third quarter before scoring nineteen consecutive points ten coming from backers we got kind of stagnant and just watch everybody do their own thing with the bond once we got that problem and better and start pushing in transition getting easier buckets I'm against a really tough defense and half court I think that open up the game for us every McDonnell scored thirty three points and third seeded Arizona beat number four Indiana sixty six fifty three the pac twelve player of the year briefly left the game with a twisted ankle with two thirty five left but limped back on to the court and scored six more points I'm the ferry
Zion scores 28, Pelicans beat Boston 115-109
"Zion Williamson scored twenty eight points and the pelicans blue most of the seventeen point fourth quarter lead before completing a one fifteen one oh nine victory at Boston Williamson drove for one lap to finish the third quarter and two more to start the fourth part of a fourteen three run that gave New Orleans a double digit lead anything with a great team win our Jessica went off that dollars game do it on back to back games I think that's really big for us and it gives a lot of momentum into next game Brandon Ingram had twenty five points and nine assists while Josh Hart accounted for fifteen points and fifteen rebounds in New Orleans fourth win in five games it was the first Celtics home game to be played in front of fans since last March Jayson Tatum had thirty four points and nine rebounds for Boston I'm Dave Ferrie
Biden receives high marks on COVID-19, lags on immigration, guns: POLL
"Meantime, a new poll giving President Joe Biden very high marks on his covert 19 response and the economy, but he does not do as well when it comes to immigration and gun issues. ABC struck Sivertsen with a breakdown 70% in a new ABC News Ipsos poll of over 500. Adults approve of President Biden's handling of the covert pandemic and three quarters approve of the vaccine distribution 60% approve of his handling of the economy 50 7% disapprove of the president's handling of the migrants surge of the border and gun violence. 54% called the border situation a
How Trusted Media Brands is using first-party data beyond advertising
"Thank you so much. For being on the podcast. Thank you so happy to be your kid. So i guess it'd be great to start off with talking about how twenty twenty fared for Trusted media branches publications Some of your brands like family handyman and taste of home Those seem pretty hobby driven or interest focused publication. So i imagine that that probably translated well into an increase in both like traffic And potentially even in the commerce space with people wanting to invest in Honing new skills or you know feeding their passions while at home. Did you notice a significant increase in traffic for those brands or a portfolio. This past year we noticed an increase in traffic across all of our brands and taste of home. Now has forty two months in a row of your rear increased appetite increase so it's not just a endemic thing. It's really a continuation. A family handyman has done incredibly well breaking multiple records. I think you're right. People are home in their cooking and they're doing a lot of projects at home. It's there's no more excuses not to do the honeydew list Reader's digest has also done well. At of course launching the healthy in the pandemic was was good. Timing or us so embers blooms. I should not lose sight of Blooms people have in home paying more attention to what's happening in their backyard. Birds in their flowers. We definitely saw a nice search in that business as well so we had a great year. I had a board meeting last week and i mean i. we've never been so far over budget. Our fiscal year. Ends june thirtieth. So were almost three quarters into our fiscal and exceptional exceptional year for the Of the year. Which would have been the second half of calendar twenty We doubled our Are earning so it was a great is is a great year for us.
"three quarters" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast
"First things may have changed by the time you hear this but one thing is for certain for the next several months. The politics team will be in our ears. Here's tomorrow to tell us about it. Okay friends. Here's the show. How much did we pay her. Oh we put out a request and we got like forty five times but please do keep sending them in because we have a lot of podcast coming. Even if we're not paying you please send them in. Hey there. It's the NPR politics podcast. I'm Tamer Keith. I cover the White House. I'm Daniel Kurtzer even cover Politics Medical Montoneros senior political editor and correspondent on this podcast. We have been talking a lot in the last week or so about the impeachment inquiry but guess what there is still a presidential campaign happening fundraising for the quarter ended last night and today. We've been getting some numbers Danielle. Can you run through those numbers right the big headline numbers that our listeners may we have seen out there are that Senator Bernie Sanders raised twenty five point three million dollars in the third quarter this year so July through September that is a lot of money it rivals what he got in the third quarter of twenty fifteen just as he was picking up speed aside from that South Bend Mayor People Got Nineteen point one million that is a very good total and senator cory booker got six million. We should say we don't know what all of the big candidate Scott. They reported their end of quarter totals but the F. E. see the federal election. Commission will not come out with the exact data until October fifteenth okay so we are going to dig in a little bit more on what's Sanders and Buddha the judge booker what those numbers mean but first Dominica Oh. Why do we watch these fundraising reports. You know in order to do things in a campaign. You need money. I mean in order to hire staff to run TV ads to define yourself you need money and in fact Bernie Sanders loan behold right on the same day. He releases this twenty five million dollar hall. He's out with the very first campaign ad of the two thousand twenty cycle for him for him. Whether it was Wall Street the the drug companies or other powerful special interests Bernie has taken them on for us so this is a campaign ad this ad is going in to cover the airwaves in Iowa and the reason he can do that is because he just raised a lot of money yeah he's campaign says he's going to be spending pending one point three million dollars in Isla cover all the markets and that's a lot of money for Iowa so there's another reason that we watch these reports and in in some ways fundraising becomes a stand in for strength. It's like there are polls and then there are fundraising numbers right and let's ads also fundraising begets more fundraising like for example speaking of showing strength you can go to your donors with that fundraising total and say look. I am viable for at least the X. amount of time longer. I have twenty five million nine hundred million. Whatever if you give me now. It's not going to be wasted because I'm going to be sticking around longer. I think it's also very good. Pr Move move by the Sanders campaign in particular to be able to release this number today because we don't know what a former vice president biden has raised. We don't know. What Elizabeth Warren the Massachusetts Susa senator has raised the two people who have been leading in the polls just above sanders and there's been this narrative. That's been taking place nationally to say that well well. Bernie Sanders is losing some momentum. Elizabeth Warren looks like she's passing him by she might even be a catcher eclipse. Joe Biden at some point soon. Bernie Sanders is saying hold on a second. I'm here to stay. His people are behind him. He's got lots of grassroots support and continues to show that strength okay. Let's move on to peop- Buddha judge. He raised this nineteen point. One million listeners of the podcast might remember last quarter. We were also talking about a blockbuster number from Buddha judge. In fact he raised more than any other candidate last quarter right so this is showing that he once again like we said he will be sticking around at least for a while and you know to be honest. If you're looking at these numbers you might be a little surprised just because this doesn't quite match up with the Poles but it shows that he does have enough people who are invested in him quite literally to want him to keep going. I mean when I've talked to a lot of voters. As I heard a fair number of voters. This is antic data but yeah I mean so take this with a bazillion grains of salt but the same voters who told tell me I like Joe. Biden are often the voters who told me I like people to judge so that's interesting yeah. I mean granted. You have a lot of voters who say I'll vote for any of them but I'm wondering if you know you voters who see people to judge as a person to back if perhaps Joe Biden slips. Let's talk about Cory Booker. He's the senator from New Jersey Yeah. He raised six million dollars. That is not the same number as the other two. We've just been talking about but his fundraising was a major focus of the last couple of weeks because his campaign I had gone out and said if we can't raise a lot of money in this closing couple of weeks. We may not be a going operation. He basically created what you the psychology of what you do in these creepy email campaigns that he wound up being able to do that on television and saying it out loud. You know those emails with the subject lines that are so annoying that are like hey dinner what we're done yet. We're doing it ever more desperate. Desperate trump is coming after me. We may not make it right you raise. That sense of urgency like booker was doing say man. If I don't raise that one point seven million I'm out and look at that urgency at created. He said a bar that he probably knew he could hit and then got the money. Yeah he not only got the money he got nearly two point two million in those last ten today's well over that one point seven as part of that pledge drive if you will at the end of his campaign but the total was six million well it means he's off dropout. Watch right now. I mean he's made the debate stage. He'll be there. There are other candidates who may not raise the kind of money they need and won't be on the debate stage who we should watch for whether they're going to continue on one other candidate who we haven't mentioned agent president trump and we don't have his numbers yet so we don't know what he's raised. I can say that in the last couple of days. People on his campaign have been saying well. impeachments been really good for fundraising I've been raising a lot of money off of impeachment. They've been running digital ads in fact a super PAC that is aligned with the president running digital ads going going after some Democrats. This is the thing that they have expected a lot of people on his campaign and they have said repeatedly good. Let Democrats go after him for it. Now that maybe a spin in a way but you know the people who give you money are the people who have given you money and this is an easy way to go back to the base we will get more specifics from them when they put out their full numbers and obviously will get even more specifics on both trump and the rest of the Democratic field in the middle of the month when the numbers come out from the Federal Elections Commission. We are going to take a quick break and when we get back. Let's talk about the debate. It's in two weeks but we now know who will be on stage edge support for.
"three quarters" Discussed on podnews
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"three quarters" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"And. With what's news from the Wall Street Journal. I'm Anne Marie for Tolley in New York Friday marked the final trading day of the third quarter. The Dow closed up eighteen points at twenty six thousand four hundred fifty eight. The NASDAQ gained four points and the s. and p. five hundred was virtually unchanged on Friday for the week. The Dow was down more than one percent. The NASDAQ was up point, seven percent and the s. and p. five hundred was down about half a percent overall for the quarter. The Dow rose, nine percent. The NASDAQ rose, seven point, one percent and the s. and p. five hundred gained seven point. Three percent joining us now with the details is Wall Street Journal reporter, Connie Otani so economy. We've ended the third quarter heading into Tober. What can you tell us over all about stock performance during this period? I'd say it was surprisingly strong given all the worries that investors had to contend with. So the third quarter we saw a lot of renewed worries about the state of. Trade relations, particularly between the US and China and the US, and Canada and Mexico. And it seemed like a lot of those questions were sort of left unanswered heading into the last quarter of the year. But even then we still saw the key post its biggest quarterly gained since twenty thirteen. We saw all three major indexes actually reclaim the highs that they had hit in January and struggled to get ahead of. And we saw some renewed optimism about the state of the US economy. So even though we had all of these tensions flaring around trade, I think investors were pretty reassured by the economic data that we saw over the last couple of months and that helped power stocks forward. And also this week we had the Federal Reserve's meeting for September, whereas expected, they decided to raise short-term interest rates for a third time this year with a fourth likely in December, how did that move? The markets? We did see bond yields fall and stocks serve start to end on a weak note that day. Day, which was interesting because most investors that I spoke to her saying that the Fed's move was very well telegraphed that they were a hundred percent expecting a third rate increase to be announced and or fourth to be sort of flecked at. But we did see bonds rallying a little bit, and some vessels were just saying that might have been partly due to some sort of quarter and buying tippety that tends to happen in the bond market. I think overall, the takeaway was still that the fed looks like it's on a pretty gentle course of interest rate increases for the remainder of this year and next year. And so right now it doesn't really seem like that's top of people's worries for the market. Some other big news this week, that securities regulators are suing tesla CEO, Elon Musk, and seeking to remove him from the company which didn't play out too well for tesla, he, we saw tesla shares immediately fallen after hours, trading Thursday, and then continue sliding Friday. I think posting one of their biggest one day. Decreases in a number of years. So it was sort of a startling development in what's already been quite a turbulent ride for tesla investors. This all started in August when Ilan musk tweeted that he'd secured funding to take the company private. And of course, that claim has been the subject of a lot of scrutiny. And what we've been hearing the last couple of days is that the fact that has now sued Ilan Musk's sort of ratchets up the pressure on the company and it does make investors a little bit more wary about what the risks are moving forward, especially if Elon Musk is going to have to leave the company. Ultimately the Wall Street Journal also had another interesting report this week raising the question of whether we're nearing a market top amid record highs and a lot of dealmaking tell us a little bit more about that. He has. So it's, it's an interesting question to ask. You know when everything seems to be going really well, is that signaling that we're near a market top. I think the most, the most cited example that people always go back to is two thousand the dot com era..
"three quarters" Discussed on TechFan
"Entice wrote that same with minions but but i again i don't get away from the some of the reasons these things are big sellers is because couples or families go and see them which to a certain extent yes but i think as a whole all almost all of that i would say three quarters of those movies or male focused centric movies i i would agree yes it's definitely true that hollywood in particular the american cinema and you kind of makes and designs and markets movies that are an adult male orientated because that's the demographic that they feel has the most responsible income to spend on with with those those numbers actually actually bear out the success that that approach i don't know but that i agree with you the in terms of if instead of looking the the pure sales that if you look at how those industries a marketing themselves then the book industry is very much i mean it self at at at women and and certainly you know young adult but young women and the and the movie industry is aiming itself towards young men in their early twenties because that's the big demographic for both of those acedemic crappy they convinced sells well since we'll slightly interesting is that she a lot of those top ten books we're all cy made into movies we i sometimes i think skews the book sales numbers as well because of a see a lot of people will have got going to bought fifty shades of grey for instance because they still the movie i want to read the book off to no because it's not even on the top twenty list that movie.
"three quarters" Discussed on The NFL Show
"three quarters" Discussed on The NFL Show
"To kind of make this stuff go away it seems and i think that that is going to be a thought of conversation in both now next week and probably beyond because it's a real issue if they're the players that are involved in this and want to get something done or don't see eye to eye and don't feel as if they're moving in step in doing it the right way total airdrie um mine is going to be a little more on the field bill i think you look at the nfc south and i think we're going to learn a lot about the nfc south this week in the next couple of weeks because obviously the falcons had the vikings any of the big as he south match up with the saints the panthers and the next week obviously saints and falcons on thursday night and so i just think and then by the way after that vikings a banter so we're gonna learn a lot about this vision esca weeks i think that we've been sweeping on it as a really fun competitive division obviously we've known that they've been really did teams there but there's there's a real good potential for three playoff teams and three exciting playoff teams this isn't it sometimes you get year diversionary stick okay i don't care about the this is this is a good division and i am intrigued to see what happened next couple of weeks is like the exact opposite if the safe effective tangles in the ravens wearables sneak sneakin is the exact opposite of that dogs are intriguing exit after that falcons saints game next week kuboi i'm really looking forward to that by that's it for today we're back on tuesday with recap of week thirteen as always thanks for listening to the ramona they'll show on the rare podcast shower thanks guys.
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"He's he's my dark nine this week and even beyond out of the backfield i totally agree with all that any of those to answer jarring i mean it makes him even more attractive but if you look at that big play he had the passing game last week the used him as a receiver what line of whites the left so this is a situation where they are not only using him just as the opposition in passing downs they're actually scheming stuff for him and that's once be become guys get rupnik a really interesting at that point that's when they become exciting it's like okay now he's a very defined part of their offense so it's not even as if they need to go away from what they want to do this is part of what they wanna do now yeah absolutely i completely agree i bought eight thank barry muddy ula we'll touch on tuesday all right sounds good bye before we go where to predict next week's biggest headlines robert lobby games is weakening we talked about it falcons in the vikings we have the saints panthers but it just seems like right now though is our conversations in kind of story lines that have been around for the last couple of weeks the new stuff from this that i think will absolutely linger sure is the story about air created malcolm jenkins and everything that's going out the players goes on there if you guys have not heard about this and jim trotter end jason read from espn reported that at the league is planning to give a hundred million dollars to various social causes the kind of stem from this players coalition that was started by malcolm jenkins and and on boldness fronted by them any of that seems on paper like okay this the protests of kind of created some actual change and things are happening whatever else and then you hear that eric reading michael thomas from the un niners the dolphins respectively have left the coalition because of some issues they have with demands that were made from them individually from to some of the involvement they've had in meetings so now we have a fracturing with in the group of players who kind of has taken on the voice that khan catholic wanted to establish last year it just feels like this is getting more complicated not less and the league is really trying to write a check.
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"I point to they are twice as good as number one receivers any other defense in the week that is in sade air to me like our okay hilton's gray because he he can always get behind a defense he's fascinating if you want it really bank on him doing that and then then good luck with that but to me that's the about the riskiest receiver started that you can have this week thirty eight yards a game good god i wish that he had a quarterback is the crime ikea i'm gone the other way on there so i like i like the bortles thing he international extra throw in there i think it's funny why is it why do we needed i don't wanna dominant blake if the jaguars had a quarterback bibi be there'd be going i fourteen into yes that's fun i would like to see them have a quarterback next year will three amid nationwide fine but like let's let's enjoy bortles plus elite defense outdoor class good free facts say for the next few weeks on it and then next year i will like watching them have a quarterback who manning i dunno may be probably i let's get scored extending all right so my start for the quarterback position is philip rivers versus the browns l bolo he's on fire lately he's got six hundred eighty five yards passing and five touchdowns centrehalf yards for attempting a hundred and thirty one point nine rating in the last two games so he's kind of feeling it going up against the browns defense that is 27th in the nfl races a n d v away this year you know they're they're not a good pass he wants to get a really good front though so they're gonna.
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"Eweek did you how long the take deciding who's going to be your dark night and who's not a dark night i swimming way too much time on it i certainly central usually my my sort of routine is to spend almost the whole thursday right football like researching it and going through everything and if i have time before that you know spin was linda ever leg in your mind do like batman schick like you dirtier cave i mean i told you guys i do the i do a pod from the basements it's now and i'm just visualizing you just like this is me in my bad cave have like there's like waterfalls and bakken fast find everywhere has our it even older here's unified said i understand that you gotta get as doing mindfloness who is the noun and food water sewers was weakening t y helping on the other side the malls there in psalm timing good luck if you wanna go against this jagr's defense number one they are amazing against the pass 65 they're giving up a sixty six pass rating this year second in the nfl hundred and sixty six yards a game first thing fell five point nine yards for attempt first in the nfl just nine touchdowns all year first near nfl and they're also first in in devi away against number one receivers this year not even just for some b v o eight point three yards per game two number one receivers and they're delays not native sixty five point five detroit is at negative 35.
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"I have not guy there i wish i would add it seems kinda fun you could do it maybe i will work with mrs roure's defensive player of the year i mean this is attainable goals here that's true i have no he's don't believe kevin we just don't want it enough that's the problem a we should just believe ourselves a little bit more work on resort when i got promise we can gave a defensive player of the year vote all right let's make advocates year danny what do you like about apps causing a slight all right so i mean apart from i honestly power just the fact that i like him as a player detroit's run defense is really kind of fallen off in the last few weeks i was looking at their stats over last four games over less for weeks they're given up five point two point five point two yards for kerry uh they've given up eight touchdowns and those are both second worst nfl um and he's kind locked in as there as their star at this point obviously they've got kind of a rotation at the running backs bob but when first and second down he sort of their guy and i mean it the after all i wonder what you guys was while this but it seems like this could be one of those games where the games for actually works in favour of the ravens in terms of they slow things down on the ravens have a really good defense they could give some problems to the lions and you know the ravens basically have zero pass game so they might as well lean on collins in ghana give him a heavy dose cares this week i totally agree and we we talk about that a little bit earlier i feel like it's the only route they have to offense and what's interesting is that even if the as the lions past you've arabi has gotten a little worse over the last few weeks there actually number one in the league against uh and earn issue number two in the league against running back passes by video inches very interesting yet so it seems like this might not be the.
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"A good at it and then have him split out wide as a wide receiver to plays later is terrifying on the next play after they use a lewis as a wide receiver against miami they use james white on the other side split out what unpacked back please different what different runningbacks they've to running backs they can do that with and the real thing is they have three ready backs they can do that with his burkhead does that all the time if you go back and watch his touchdown against miami it's just a fascinating play they line up in 2003 personnel with three tight ends and fullback before the snap they have the tighter than the left hollister goat wide as a wide receiver they martellus bennett flip sides and they have rub ground cousy go white out to the right they then have burkhead motion out to the slot so it was 23 personnel becomes eleven personnel in three seconds and the defense has no idea what to do burkhead as one on one in the sought against linebacker as an easy down and this stuff just happens all the time with them the play with formations in tendencies with their backs better than any other team in the league and it really does give them easy throws tom brady's incredible a harassing that the patriots a really good at tendencies robert yes i am i know this is not interesting because the title tunnel i i'm a little puttering essentially way to worm what i'm joking about it is the fact that they're they've mastered every position tendency was i now and it's incredible and like even i wrote about this this week pat play action and he used to in the week and the patriots or middle of the road in rushing percentage and they don't pound the ball at all but they brought it enough on first down to play with tendencies they run at fifty two percent of the time which is rare teams don't often run more than they pass so the fact that the patriots just obligatory have obligatory runs on first down just so they can use play action against you they're always two steps ahead something is always setting up something else and that's why they're just so hard to deal with.
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"You know being at least an above average quarterback and ba ah winning two super bowls amid two two n d like this is is horrifying just farben acadmey right now daily battle way they didn't even it during the press conference this week martin even commit to keeping makhanu through the end of the season so i let him do this damage but i have a couple of autonomous one if you were eli manning on that practices return practice this week in somebody told you okay it's time to go in the for the scouting muli what would you have said uh i i i would i go to hell hi i'm not moving from this spot age or your football practice the problem there is he probably gave very angry face but as we know no one can decide for any of the icao and so they they were just like ally seems find about this and that's the other side of this is that year we poke fun you i manning y and it's easy to do in in my first reaction was to post a photo from the super bowl because i'm sure that's how he was feeling when he got that news but this is a guy who started for a decade half he wants you super bowls heat clearly took his job as a giant starting quarterback very seriously and as the rest of this team was an utter joke over the last season you i am henning still came to work and was like a professional about being a quarterback in the nfl to do him like this is just disgusting eight it's is completely unacceptable and really speaks to just how terrifyingly mismanaged that tvs right now and little general right about it could you.
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"I'd be curious to see how detroit can move the ball in this baltimore to be out because this ravens defense is really good i mean it we're not talking about like oh a defence it's better than the offense so that's what we talk about it's like a guy who can't shoot the nba's you just assume he's be defender when in and actually the sat always true right the ravens it is true i mean they're the number on offense by the voa to fantastic group very few weaknesses so we'll see what happens i think that the best kind of an avenue in my mind is what golden state does against rabat slot corners or baltimore because that's the spot they're probably weakest cures see how the quarterback snaps shakeout for their ravens humphreys and playing a little bit more so we'll see how that all works but you know those wide receiver to cornerback kevin advantages detroit has most weeks they won't have this week and you could plessis anything against minnesota and they still managed make like three big place so that's what the lions need the support and they need their receivers to make a few scattered big plays because especially against this team theme might as well not even try to run the ball also jim caldwell revenge game so much ravenna going on here so much revenge um there's also a rule by the way about catchers and lower their batting average is the more people assume their defensive specialist yeah that's right it has other guy was a big thing um yeah i mean i up at some point i said this a lot i know it's it's it's a well worn cliche at this point but at some point you are we record says you are i know the bill parcells thing but at some point the fact that the ravens are going to win ten games just a testament to the defense they have three shut out step some dominating performances to able to rebels.
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"The panthers i've never seem more if he's a pretty of any but in the past his praising alvin kamara they're trying to kill their dislike pretty who is added sailing legos like yeah okay achieved the he's leuke quickly i haven't seen anything like him so i think they might be okay inverse predator that works survey lyons a ravens rick wagner revenge game that's all i'm key that's the only thing i'm watching for just the amount of type when lebrun abacha cleveland the first time i was there are actually two that was the lebrun cleveland yeah okay i always go into the rick wagner revive i was not so it was the it was two thousand ten and i had got hired a kremlin but we weren't starting at sites had nothing to do so just sitting at home and as a cleveland six hours away wouldn't it be awesome to go to this so i went it was it was great that sounds great yeah it was like the type of thing you do it 22 job all right i'm just gonna go to this random subway as a fan yet we wouldn't that be a prohibitively expensive event to go to if you're not a fan of one of the teams like a hundred and twentyfive bucks by ticket asked not bad at some midwest body yup there was not bad at all and actually it was very funny i managed to sneak down to press rocca's i knew people working in their seats next to the setaside like the second row for most of the game and it really care about the seating arrangements that day is live too much vitriol directed other places nobody ever case but seating arrangements let's get to livens ryan's lands ravens i think we're voting this concern not that interesting regale richest has a lot of important implications the ravens are just gonna make the playoffs with games to spare it seems like that's kind of why the schemes interesting i want to talk about is that's where we're headed if the ravens win this week all the excitement we have about the chargers and everything else is starts to get a little dyer the ravens in the playoffs certain area like we're looking at it and i don't like it no one coming to save us from the joe flaco playoff game.
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"Three middle of the road in efficiency but the last couple of games they've had be rushing performances code fuel them they'd 170 to against the rams that's true shelly won that game so the vikings even when the running games not rolling they use it because the number one thing they want to do which i wrote about on the record i comment saturday is used by action no one as you please pleasure more than keen on this year and i think that that's a huge deal so whether the falcons his slow team down this is going to try to run the ball is going to go a long way in trying to shut down the plastic pass near you know it's interesting to me juicy individual mashups pff does little breakdown of of the sort of games within the game every week and i was fascinated with a couple of these things yes digs first true fought dad that's a great match up others their sacrifice sticks to him and let you in work against alford which i think it added i exactly and then the un i mean i i would imagine theo and has an a nice game on sunday belbin pike s they assu verse newman i mean it's just i am i'm intrigued by suit i i'm really excited by this game and more excited and i have been for it for a game in the last couple of weeks because it's really it's can tell us a lot about the nfc playoff picture do we need to worry about the falcons we'd lubaton last couple of weeks who what team scares is because there's so many incomplete teams that a lot of these teams have to be judged on on what they do well and with the falcons do we have to does a team like new orleans or minnesota or carolina have to worry about playing this team in the playoffs and as i think we're and find a lot about that on it and i think the answer is yes i think the right now they're looking like that team and yes this week will go along way in hanoi determining that for shore in solidifying it but now we're getting to a place where the falcons are one game back of the saints and the panthers in the nfc south and the falcons play the saints twice could you imagine if people have to go.
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"Things have the best creative pressure packages in the nfl and i'm i like seeing those sort of dishes a as the football observer lysine those sorta mashups were the falcons have so many all weapons in it's it's pretty hard to attack them and to see what might zimmer's going to do this pressure wise against the falcons is very fascinating to me i agree in it's actually something that i wanted to talk about coming into this because they think it's been one of the main differences for atlanta as their office has kind of founded stride here over the first nine games matt ryan was pressuring thirty two point nine percent of his dropped deaths press three weeks twenty seven point seven bones of significant drop by percent of his overall passing place he was sex twice in the past three games the average of one point seven five sacks allowed in the first eight games so he's been getting more time i think that is a big deal against tampa that's easy to do because you're not really dealing with much in the past rush department as you haven't embiid for the past twenty years against minnesota it's a different kind of animal so the fact that you're dealing with everson griffin i mean that's just one of those things that he's playing as well as any right defensive end in the league so now it's not a matter of were smoothie sit back there and brunner often slavery wants to it's going to be a little more rush than it would be the past couple of weeks even seattle's defense wind isn't playing like this vikings one and so that's something to watch i mean if they can gets a ryan that's when they struggled early in the year member that buffalo game you seem like there is someone in his lap on every single play and that's going to go a long way in kind of turning this falcons offense into the woman saw early in the year and not what we've seen for the past month i just can't believe adrian claiborne riley reef is a is a big match up here like if you told me this weeks ago ability excuse me and the.
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"Isn't it cold like september yeah but it's gets colder you know again i didn't knows december i'd thanksgiving bleeds in december very quickly for me i guess so here we are december first let's do it all right so we got a lot to cover today first of all i mean the cowboys redskins game last night we can pretty much finish off the redskins for the rest of the year they're done the cowboys i mean first of all did you of alford morris al lasting rg three to any point in the last five years probably not although alford morris always had that game where it just seemed like he was going too slowly like go along for a decade he has never athletic years just like you know i'm decent at this i remember his rookie or some of the guys who play against him were saying he sort of i don't want to this is the wrong phrase dummies anyway he sort of waddle's yeah he was disappointed it's hard to tackle him yeah yeah very high in style we talk about like you know games the translate to old age like you know allen iverson russell westbook the this sort of athletic point guards those don't necessarily uh translator tube success throughout your your 30s having said that literally waddling is ah is ooos away to last pasture contract you also helps when the other team has no offensive lineman anymore and you're getting fumbles and interceptions left and right off tip passes when dez bryant as the one thing does bryant as well now which is just leap over someone in red zone and catch touchdown pass i kinda like to because we were burying does broke the news cycle the last two weeks was dez bryant should like i it saw 530 headline that they should just ignored dez bryant dax should ignore desperate that's where you throw the balls does brian rise down there and that's an jerry jones said an oath he saw that he said that's how you get the border dez bryant he's decent at that in that area of the field he can do some damage yeah i dunno i i'm not sure that this game if you feel that much better about dallas as things that washington was kind of a mass i mean the amount turnovers they had early that causes actually pretty good i mean i know.