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"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:15 min | 11 months ago

"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"I kind of wanted to get your spot on this. So earlier today, Greenie had dinner last Eon and both of them are saying that it's kind of go back to your busy now. Personally, I think Flip flopping is the worst thing you could do for a team. Not only does it said the message your team that you're not sure about yourself. That sends a message to the rest of the league that your team is in disarray. And you don't always way to go so, but they think they should go back to university. I wanted to get your guys have thoughts on that. What do you guys do You think it's time to bring on bring this back model? You shocked me today. Like we in that talk before the show. You shocked me that you're a week ago. I asked you if we should apologize. Too many And you were like, No, I apologize. I mean, there's no apology. Well, just because the play collar isn't good Falls is in good hands with us. I'm not with you either like, but I am against I look, you do what you want. You're biting your time, but I don't think I came up with. I was thinking about apt over the weekend, you know, after great place where you get all these appliances Elektronik that they always deliver. They're not like our quarterback they always deliver, but I'm using those now That's their last name. I'm using the initials to make to make anything but Travis Key. They came to the conclusion in the off season. When they were exploring Downton and they were exploring foals and Cam Newton in 1999. It wasn't about who they brought in. It was anything but Travis Key and again. I don't think Bringing him back is going to solve anything. Just because fools isn't the answer. Doesn't make risky now, all of a sudden what is he? The answer to what question? Is he answering? Well, let me ask you a question. Okay, let's play to ask each other questions games. Who has played looser and faster with the football Like who, shockingly my, I'll answer my own question. Its neck like I used to make fun of Mitch for interceptions that were dropped its been surprising, Yeah, no question. He's from seven picks, and there's been three or four that have been drawing a lot of Cutty type moments where he just throws it to that other team. In a in a situation where you cannot make that mistake. He's completing 65% of his passes and averaging 6.1 yards per attempt. That's what Mitch average last year. 6.1 yards attempted that was dead last in the NFL. So then why go back to that? If you're not doing anything I might want to you exercise of futility well, But if if the guy you brought in and again, I think it's 6.5 dozen of the other. Neither guys your long term answer. At this point, you have to ask yourself the question. If you're mad, Maggie, he's coaching me. He needs to win, doesn't it? Like I told you that he needs and he's gotta asked himself the question based on my offensive line and based on all that's going on and by the way he is, and I don't think there's any interest. There's no appetite for him to go back because That would be admitting on you know the national stage that you were wrong. Your system doesn't work. The guy you traded 1/4 round pick and gate $21 million for who knows your sister knows your system. It would be an indictment of him. So I don't anticipated going down like that. I'm just asking you the simple question. Based on an offensive line that is lost 60% of his starters. Based on the fact that the quarterback that you brought in that's supposed to know the system has played Less careful with the football and you've got a defense that basically goes out there and dictates dictates policy, and what you asked to do is keep it fairly simple and don't turn the ball over. And he's been sacked. 13 times a a better football team with Karpinsky. Starting the answer is no. They're not. You know this. I don't know your brain. Now, listen, I don't think it's his cut and dry as you say. I don't think Nick Foles has been nearly as effective as I thought he was gonna be, but you're not getting better with Travis Ki I They're not Nick Foles has been just a Zen accurate is Mitch Wass. Justus. Inaccurate, Right? Right. But what can keep a play alive longer? I'm telling you Look, I'm disappointed in foals. This is where we're biding our time in football. How does it entertained you more? You want to go back to Mitch Strabinsky was it's hell burning farms? Not that it's it's this is this is why quarterback conversations of the most nuanced of all If you put Mitch back in the in the system, what do you do? You go back to putting him under center. You go back to running the football from the I formation. You go backto bootlegs. You go back to a system that actually outside of player air looked better than anything mats thrown out there. In two years. They're still not hitting 50 yards to Mooney. Okay and 25 the Robinson. If Mitch is in there, they're not well, I mean, not tamper with men, beating Atlanta with Mitch threw the touchdown past Tio Anthony Miller to beat the Detroit Lions. He threw another one that the killer, Dr Right, Listen, I would have told you that if we would turn the clocks back on Sunday, right? Wanda would have turned into a truth in shock. I did not see this coming. This is this is again. Listen, It's a nuance conversation. Do I think you're better with fulls? No, I don't right now. You haven't been. Are you better if you make the switch? No. You just bring a different element. But what's the point? That's why I'm saying I don't know why you're so adamant about not even considering a switch. If the switch has given you anything good. I've seen three years of Travis. I'm going to give this look item. I'm not going to think that there's a fantasy land out here and all the sun falls is disappointed me. And I've always said to you that even with folds here, you're still in football. How you don't have your football forever quarterback, But I'd rather just see the light. Go on with the offense with Foles than going back and repeat out of this one leads you to believe any lights going on Nothing. Right now. I'm just saying it's more likely that the Drabinsky riding in and some sort of a broken down Toyota and you say, Yeah, he's saying that he's writing in and doing much of anything. All I'm telling you is there's a chance he keeps plays alive, and there's a chance it may force that coach to run the football consistently. That's all I'm saying. You need to fire the coach today. Well, you need a bring and you're one of the biggest if you need to bring back one of the biggest bus is of a quarterback. To make the coach look better with his run game. Then we're not talking about the real. I'm just telling you, I have not seen an offense that function any higher level. And I'm just telling you, I don't think there's a significant difference between the two other than the approach that you take. It may not work. But it ain't workin this way either. So this is why I'm telling you, they're in hell. Offensively they are, And we his fans are in hell. I don't even recognize you anymore. 3123323776. You're Listeningto Bottle.

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"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:32 min | 1 year ago

"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Theirs have a new starting quarterback on it's not just for this week's game against the Colts. I believe everybody is under the impression and rightfully so that this is Nick Foles his job for the remainder of the season barring any type of injury. 3323776 your thoughts and what you saw yesterday in the decision that was made Tim's and Rose Al Tim, welcome to the program. You guys love the show. Thanks for taking my call Crab. There was one pass play that actually made me jump out of my chair and yell. Yes, And that was just a simple 15 or 20 are down the right sideline in the flat that whiskey just can never make unfolded. It Just effortlessly. I thought it was beautiful. I think it was the throat A Moonie right? It was basically It was a cover to was a corner route on third down, and I actually believe. Isn't there some sound for that? That Chris, where I think Coach Nagy reference that at some point that that was the key to the game or a key play in in things going back in the right direction, and I think that looked him. This is, I think This is what the offense he wants it to look like, and I think that it will look significantly different going forward. I've said it for the last couple of weeks. If and when Nick Foles is inserted as your starting quarterback, having Matt Nagy will then go back to the offense that he's been Looking to run here in Chicago since he was hired and and there will be some significant changes. Thank you, Tim for the call. Hey, Waddle. Here's coach Nagy talking about that. That was the best play in the football game. Hands down. It's not even close. That was the best play. There's other place. There were good. The last play of the game You could put right there with it. Obviously, that was a bit but you don't get to that last play that Anthony catches for a touchdown unless you make that fourth and six. The reason I say that was the best player wins because That's clinic tape for a cover to play. And so we had our chip rocks down below. We had our protection was good are our timing was good. The route was perfect to throw was perfect in a crunch time situation. You gotta have it. 4th and 6th extend the game. That was one of my favorite place in the game, So it just was. It was well run and well executed. You can hear in his voice. There's a liberation and again this is not I don't care what you think of doll. You can come in here and dance all day. You want This is not about dancing on Mitch Drabinsky's football grave. This is about making a decision. That the coach thought was the best decision for his football team and the most important commodity for a head coach who also serves as your game planner and your play caller. The most important relationship is the relationship he has with his quarterback. The most important commodity is trust. And if the coach doesn't trust the quarterback to run the plays the way that he envisions them, then you have a problem. I think that's going to be the difference, the biggest different difference that you'll see going forward and you can hear it in his voice. He just basically describe to you in a tight situation. What was supposed to happen and then the execution of what was supposed to happen. And that's what gives a coach of buzz. Like again. I'll go back to the mist throw that Mitch had at the end of the second quarter. Tio Anthony Miller. It's hard as hell to scheme play scheme. Guys over, Matt does a pretty darn good job. You may not like the fact that he doesn't stay committed to the Robert runner. He didn't last year or there's times when he goes off script and does some things that you don't like him from your couch at home. I'm in the same boat there. But for the most part, I think he's done a really nice job scripting things. All things considered. This year. He has stayed committed to the run. He took less of the responsibility. Oh, are he asked less of Mitch. And some of the things took some of the responsibility away from him. You're going to see a different approach. And I think you heard kind of the joy, the subtle joy in his voice when something that he does, he schemes a guy open. That place got to be made. And he did that for Mitch. With Anthony Miller and Mitch overthrew him, and we've seen that too often in Mitch just has not been consistent enough with making those throws like Mitchell, Drop a dime on you every now and again. The throat. Anthony Miller against Detroit was made the prettiest throwing the entire NFL. In week one. The throat. Anthony Miller against the Giants with beautiful Anthony Miller didn't catch. Those moments have happened. Mitch talking and running for 45 yards to get them in position to score at the end of the first half. Those moments happened, but they don't happen frequently enough, and there's not the trust there hasn't been that trust. There hasn't been enough trust so When he schemes a guy open in the quarterback doesn't hit that play consistently. And we've seen that over the last couple of years. I think that led to Matt decision make the changes. Muchas the interception did and you saw the same play was scheme to open. With Nick Foles at the end of the game, and this was the game winning touchdown. And Nick Foles has got pressure in his face. And Nick Foles stands in the pocket knows where the ball's supposed to go on. Oh, by the way, told Anthony Miller when he broke the huddle. I'm gonna throw it here. Like that's football. That's a professional quarterback, and that's what Matt's been looking for and again. Don't get me wrong. It ain't always gonna be perfect. Nick Foles got away with a couple of throws. It was a throw that Jimmy Graham and Eventually caught that should have been picked off earlier. Maybe some of that rust fools had had any snaps. Whatever the case, it ain't going to be perfect Butts. You've got a professional quarterback that.

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"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"tio anthony miller" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"There wanna know? Also talking about a no hitter that Alec Mills through for the Cubs, first time ever Waddle that both teams had a no hitter in the same season. It's unbelievable of all the guys on that cubsstarting staff. With all due respect, Alec, he's probably the last guy you would have predicted would have had the No. No, isn't he? Absolutely. It was like the opposite of the Giolito. No hitter where Jada head like all these swings and misses. He had like a low for like three or four swings and misses or something. Five STRIKEOUTS 55 strikeouts Was it five smuggling Mrs Wright that was like five strikeouts and three walks. But as faras the swings and misses like JIA legally like 20 Something like that 20 years. It was AH, high number. If this wasn't a celebration Monday, I invoke the name Phil Lumber, but I'm not going to do that. A lot of won't that's that's a big comparison. That's I mean, we'll see. If Mills continues to Doe, not you don't rise a little bit. And the White Sox, you know, they have the huge Siri's against the twins. They have the best record in the American League. It is just an absolutely glorious day. But I'm gonna hand you the pigskin. And like when I just You know, we've done a lot of celebrating. So anyone who wants to take a plane, But when you looked at yesterday's game, what is your prevailing? Why it's it's nothing has changed is the first thing that comes to mind. You're supposed to beat the lines. There are lesser opponent poorly coached, correct. Mitch struggles from the pocket doesn't process things. Well, His footwork breaks down. That leads to a breakdown in mechanics, and we saw that for 45 minutes yesterday, check Mitch excels when they're down a couple of scores and complaint free and easy out there. Mitch can make plays outside the pocket, whether it's with his feet or they get him out on the edge, and there were a couple of examples of that broke the pocket ran for 20 yards also had the face mask penalty tacked on The touchdown pass to whims was a beautifully designed playing beautifully executed by Mitch and he can make the occasional one read. See it. Stick it beautiful throws like the one we saw Tio Anthony Miller. Right? Yes. Check. Check and check. So what has changed? Nothing has changed. Unfortunately, that's my point. Like And sadly and listen, I always hope for improvement, but we were told all off season that the foot looks cleaner. The mechanics. The guys on Fox show Jet halftime. I mean, a couple of the it just it's consistently it breaks down now. We have seen Mitch in the past that the last 15 minutes of the game. Were Mitch doing things that Mitch has done well previously, so I'm not surprised. Like nothing I saw yesterday surprised me the throat Anthony Miller. He identifies single high safety on the other side. He knows he's got one on one. It's a one read, See it, Throw it past It was a beautiful throw. So listen to me. All those people who want to claim haters. It was a beautiful throw. That's elementary. The fade digit to Jimmy Graham on the goal line. 67 versus 5 10 backup cornerback. He placed the ball perfectly. That's a single reed see its ticket throw. We've seen Mitch do that, in the past what we have been unsettled with and the things that leave us, itchy and scratchy. Were on full display yesterday for the 1st 45 minutes so much so that I really did wonder. Whether or not Matt Nagy was going to make a change. Now. Look, the same thing we've seen this story before is what when they were When they were when the third quarter clicked into the fourth quarter. I walked out of my room, I walked into my family room, I said to my wife, Mitch has got him right where he wants, and my wife giggled and laughed and said an expert even said What the blank are you talking about? I said this is when he excels. When you can play free and clear like we've seen this, I'll give you three examples last year. New Orleans Saints. Second Green Bay Packer game Philadelphia. What did Mitch do? And he had help, but what admits to he dug a hole so deep and fell in it that all they could do is try to get out of it. Okay and better teams. Ultimately, what do they do against the state's They rally back. Mitch had a couple of touchdown passes right what they do against the Green Bay Packers Remember the second game? Up in Green Bay were offensively they were treacherous. And then the end they rally back and they made a little bit of a game of it. What did we see against Philadelphia last year? You get down bigot half I mean, it was maybe the most dysfunctional. Half of football we've ever seen, And then they came back, and they made a game of it with the Saints, the Eagles and the Packers did. They're all good teams, So they let you climb out of that hole that you created for yourself. You get to the top of the hole, and they put a boot on your forehead and they push you back down. And they win those games. The Lions aren't good enough to do that. So again. Listen to me is what I'm telling you is as you give them all the credit in the world. But when you zoom the micro is they found a way to win after being inept for 45 minutes. You tell me Have you seen an offense that looked any worse than that? Or comparably? Worse than that for the 1st 45 minutes of a game? No, no, Even like even no other team would have let Mitch up off the mat. After that horrible 4th and 41. Dr. The one where he fumbled the one in where he missed a wide open. Was it Robinson We missed who was wide open. If he didn't get it to him, he under through it, You know it was again. It's like you said about digging the hole. The problem with Mitch is Is. There are teams sometimes that dig themselves a whole and the quarterback's good enough to dig them out of it. Mitch digs himself the whole all of the problems this whole self into holes are always Mitch Doug. That's the problem, And that's why I'm always reluctant to really come and give him this. Hey, you played awesome fourth quarter credit because you're the dude that put yourself in the position. That's my point. Sylvia's like again. You got over the hump..

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