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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

Arrowhead Pride

08:10 min | 8 months ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Arrowhead Pride

"This one early with these two quarterbacks who are you know i mean you could say it's still early but we've had great. Rivalries between quarterbacks are great You know. Tom brady peyton manning over the years and this this could definitely be one of those for years to come so it's always fun to see these guys face off. That's i think. We're this game has to start with lamar jackson and patrick mahomes. Mahomes is three zero right now against jackson in his career. We know how. Kansas city ins feel about this rivalry per se on the kansas city side. How eager is jackson to get over. What would be considered like a mahomes hump. How are the ravens to see this. Finally get done for him. I think they're they're very eager We'll have a lot of new guys on on this team. That understands this. This whole rivalry this dynamic. You and i are talking about these quarterbacks and just like everyone in kansas city adores patrick. Mahomes everyone on this ravens. Roster adores lamar jackson in a same way. They gravitate to male of his leadership. They wanna play hard for him. And based on the way monday night game win ending an excruciating fashion They are they really want to get the taste out of their mouths that they had to endure and it's a short week for them. It makes it tougher. We all know that So yeah that's that's one of the things about this matchup. I guess that even though the chiefs won their opener they still feel like they have some things they could clean up. So it's It's two teams. That are still really. You know looking to be dominant as the sooner the better and This this is an important. Wait for both. The you mentioned the monday night game. It was that interesting game where you're watching in kansas city. You know the chiefs play the ravens next week. You know they got the raiders twice. I think a lot of chiefs fans. It's rare that you're rooting for the ravens. But i think a lot of people in kansas city wanted to see the ravens pull it out and they couldn't. I know and this is from the usa today article that was done with you ahead of the season you get on your next game. You have your sunday night game. But you get on your next game on on monday morning. So we talked about mahomes in jackson. What are some of your other favorite story lines heading into this game. Well i i'm fascinated. I first of all full disclosure. I think offensive lineman or some of the most interesting people in any locker room in the nfl. And you've got a really interesting offensive. Line's tuition actually. Both teams do. But i think kansas city's is is probably more impactful more interesting and It's it's you know it's still a work in progress. I mean it's an overhaul like no other right In many got Alejandro villanueva in in baltimore and he has switched ends of the line. And you know to go from being a steal your entire career to suddenly being raven a he had some fun things to tell me today about that. So i like those offensive line stories I think patrick wayne in in baltimore's a really interesting player. Who seems to already have taken such a leap from year. One to year two. He could be a real problem for for kansas city. But then there's sammy. Watkins has gone over baltimore facing his old team exotic kansas city a couple years. But it's it's still a an interesting you know what's he gonna do for this team. He was very important. I thought to the chiefs and How do they make up for him. You know who is. It is mccall hartman. Really their next guy. Is he ready to take on that. That big of a role so there are plenty of storylines to follow in this one. I want to get to. What is almost this double revenge game in a sense type of thing. You mentioned sammy watkins. And i think mccoll hartman especially stemming from that browns game is still in the process of proving himself there but you also have justin houston who was a former chief and then orlando brown junior. Who left the ravens. Because he wanted to play left tackle and they saw him as a right tackle. Now suddenly ronnie stanley's out. They probably wish they had brown junior of those three players. Okay so we have again. It's watkins it's houston and it's orlando brown. We'll see if levian bell plays but of the three we're talking about who we know are playing. Who do you think this game matters. The most to of those three players You know what i think. That would be hard to measure. And i think even if i talked to each of them individually it would still be hard to measure because really some players are really forthcoming. About what a game to them and others. Just kinda give you the normal yards and the other game or yeah. This game means a lot or whatever But you you lay out three really compelling reasons that each of these guys would have you know that sort of let me show you kind of adages i you know. I think i think I think it might be orlando. I do if. I had to sit back and go all right. I wanted the the one of those players that really has the most approved might be him And so that you know. I think sammy. Watkins doesn't have a ton to prove anymore. Neither does houston. So that's probably the direction i would go show. We were talking about the production meetings a little bit last week and just how much you can garner from getting to talk to these players a little bit more of a relaxed setting where it's a conversation when you saw this game came come up and you're going to be doing it sunday at seven twenty. What was maybe a burning question on your mind when it comes to both organizations that you wanted to ask some of these meanings. Well i certainly wanna know how. The chiefs You know when you lose a super bowl. Just ask chris collins where he lost a couple and it eats at him every single day. Even though the chiefs one the previous one you go to a super bowl There's i just think they you don't care about anything but winning and the fact that you got there really in the end if you lose means nothing to you. And so i think the chiefs i. I'm just really interested to know how all of that sat with them. And how they're returning from that I also think for the raymond's like you know this team. It's your kryptonite. At what are you gonna do about the chiefs because this is if you're gonna win the afc you know you're going to have to beat the chiefs at some point so you know how. How do you go about doing that and do you. Then you know build your roster in a way that says okay. Let's look at the. Afc who must we be to go onto the super bowl. Who has who's going to be there every year. And you figure out who that is and i think i think right now It's the chiefs. You can see certainly to a lot of teams right and i think that you know you could always have pointed to new england in the past but right now i think it's the chiefs and i think it's it's interesting to think of. How the ravens as an organization is plotting and planning for that. Yeah i completely agree. Just two more questions for you. And the first has to do with just kansas city chiefs in covering this team over the past few years. Who has been your favorite. And maybe most intriguing chiefs player to cover. And why is that Chris johns he is. He's funny he's laughing. Yeah exactly right. I mean you know when you approach. Chris that he's first of all he's going to be really fun to talk to really easy to talk to. At least he has been for me. I will say that. I've had a great time and i've interviewed him pretty much at least once every season. And you know he'll call me miss michelle and he'll start telling me all stores in once you get into a story with him man he can give you details about a restaurant about a meal e eight something that just gonna make you laugh so i think he certainly when i didn't chelsea's another one you know he's entertaining so But as always. I i wish i could spend a week in the offensive line meeting room of any team in because i think that's where i fit in the best the chiefs of course have that brand new offensive line with that brand new offensive line. What is your general outlook for this team..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Pardon My Take

Pardon My Take

05:50 min | 9 months ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Pardon My Take

"Game since one thousand nine hundred ninety nine there one twenty-one in one patrick mahomes now eleven oh in september. This was an inevitable outcome. The browns looked good. They looked really good. Actually they had a great game plan. It's just patrick. Mahomes and i thought about it. It must be so fucking awesome to root for patrick mahomes and root for the chiefs and have him measure quarterback. And i know that. There's obviously like hank speak to it. You know rooting for tom brady. There's you know packers. Fans of sure love rooting for aaron rodgers at times when he's not being thoroughly. But there's something about patrick mahomes where we all just fi. We've seen it so many times now that. Oh we're down nine points okay. Well why would you do. Seventy five yard touchdown passes tyreek hill. Yeah like you just you just know that you are never out of it and you're not only never out of it in like the way that Tom brady peyton manning. Aaron rodgers drew. Brees you're never out of it where they can do a big drive. You're never out of it. You're never out of it by like one play. Yeah i think she's always there. I think the the chiefs have the offense that can score the most points in. Nfl history and the time that it takes you to go to the bathroom and take a shit during the third quarter and come back and then be like what the hell happened here. They are the joke that people use on twitter. Like run the touchdown play. They actually do run the touchdown so it's funny. That you say the run the touchdown play thing. Because i think that the chiefs are the easiest team in the league to live tweet. Their games not watching their games and just be like as basic as possible. So all you have to do is just do like patrick. Mahomes still good like tyreek hill. You are ridiculous. Tyreek hill deuces deuces. Yeah travis kelsey beast. This lead is safe said no one ever. thanks for coming out chiefs. Yeah exactly you can. You can get which. I did use because i needed them for the kate lose partly which did win plus three hundred. No big deal. You can get super basic with the chiefs because it does happen weekend and week out where you can set your watch. If they haven't run the touchdown play in the first quarter though run in the second quarter i know this is a cell phone because they were like well could have had cell phone cell phone cell phone. The cell phone Because you couldn't have on the bears. I don't care. I'm at the point now because now were moved on to the next quarterback after i just like watching him play and i'm sitting there being like men it must be so awesome via chief's fan and i'm sure they'll be chiefs fans that will reply to us tomorrow and be like yup. It is but god it. That's seventy five yard touchdown. Obviously the punt kind of you know that was really the play the that that change the game officially but that they're down twenty nine twenty ten minutes left in the fourth quarter and like all right. Let's we're on the touchdown play tar heels seventy five year touch on easy and speaking of that. That's why you don't wanna jacked up her. Yeah you never wanna jacked up kicker or punter because if they lifted weights they start to think that they're football player and they start to think that they can run the ball. I down yup and jamie gillum like that was. I was just a botched. She's got scottish hammer and trust them. Don't trust him. He's too strong and he put you know what it's not just that he's strong. I think you can be strong and be upon her and still be good but if you like post pictures of your workouts and stuff then you start thinking that you're an actual football player. That's where it becomes a problem when you drop it and then you pick it up and try to run for a first yes. That's that's where it gets to be an issue. I also think that there is some truth to odell beckham. All being like addition by subtraction. Percents front the browns look awesome today with the exception of that fumble by nick chubb. Who by the way is wearing gloves. Yup i like him better when he's just going skin on skin with the ball yup but besides besides that like the browns offense looked really really good today. Yeah louis browse browns fan. I know that they're probably like freaking out. Like i hope that this doesn't damage momentum. We have going. They probably should have won this game. But you're a good team. You went toe to toe with the kansas city chiefs and truly like punch for punch in their in their place against patrick who again has not lost the month of september. So yeah if you're browns fan. It sucks lose your your opening game yet again but that was definitely. I walked away being. The browns are are for real and the chiefs. essentially defensive plan is just. Let's have chris jones to something sick like two or three times a game. Because he kinda changed he changed the game with two or three plays on the defensive side where they were getting gashed okay. He's got a big soccer. He's got a big tackle back in the game How did you davey on climate. Do say i didn't hear his name called I just saw him a couple times. Also bolt uniforms are so bright very bright on tv today. As the oldest. I've ever sounded stevia soap right. I don't see davey uncloudy so you gotta get away. He had four. He had to tackle for loss. Okay got judge. John all right. Dolphins patriots hank. Let's talk matt jones. Look good it actually is a very funny game because We talked about it with. Zach taylor the difference between winning and losing is. Losing is so small that if damian harris doesn't fumbled the ball to that fucking picky through with like eight minutes left in the game or you just wheeling around and in through it up in the air to no one He's the one who gets all the blame match is good though. Would you think yeah. I think knock. Jones is gonna get catching blame. I thought i was. I was refreshed to see what he did. He didn't have any crazy place but he managed the game. Well had them. No no no no hanky had a crazy play. How wall wary crazy. The hoboken how. I drive of the game. I walked in there like you missed the craziest play. It was crazy..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"Making news yesterday. George Springer is now a member of the Toronto Blue Jays. Michael Brantly re upped with Houston from baseball or football. Future Hall of Famer retired from the NFL yesterday, and that would be one Philip Rivers, who played this past season with the Indianapolis Colts. You may remember. He mentioned at the end of the season that he was gonna take about a month to examine. You know whether you wanted to come back or not? Well, that must turned into seven days because he announced yesterday he's retiring from football, ending his 17 year. Career 16 of those with the San Diego slash Los Angeles Chargers. Quiet winner. Oh, yes. Oh, speak, never played in or won a Super bowl. Well, which brings me to the question. Is he a first ballot? Hall of Famer. Yes, I think so. Yes, I think so. If it wasn't for that team in in New England, he probably would have ended up in the Super Bowl because they kept knocking him out ranks fifth. In NFL history and passing yards on Lee, Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Brett Farve have more He was an eight time pro bowler. He is fifth. In league history in touchdown passes behind Drew Brees, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Brett Farve. He won 134 career games. Number two among quarterbacks without a Super Bowl ring and his eighth all time in career games, one Only Brady manning, Roethlisberger breeze. Farve, Elway and Marino one more regular season games. I think he's a first yes, Ballot Hall of Famer. And what is 77 years? Five years? Five years? Five years? Yeah, because they're all they're all different. I like Philip Rivers a lot and I'm going to guess here that the way we could get surprised by somebody, but I think it's probably safe to say that the next Quarterback to retire from the National Football League is going to be Drew Brees. Yes, and he has a contract already what he had one before the season ended. Contract to become an analyst for NBC Now I don't know if that means the end of Cris Collinsworth. And he'll work alongside Al who, You know, we'll just have to wait and see what they're going to do it, But I think that's probably just days away. We've all heard money can't buy you happiness. Right, because it would have been so sad to hit the Powerball last night, Right? Said So, Yeah, well, there's a new study at the University of Pennsylvania that says money can buy you happiness. We'll break down that for you and Mork coming up in the eight o'clock hour I heart radio with the latest info about slowing the spread in 2020 won the race to get Americans vaccinated against covet 19 is underway. US. Surgeon General Dr Jerome Adams expects the covert 19 vaccine process to get smoother. We're gonna make sure we're putting vaccines and supplies where the demand actually is. You're gonna continue to see these rates ramp up. The best defense is against the virus are widespread vaccination masks, social distancing and frequent hand washing there. I think.

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Woods and Mickelson charity match proves a ratings hit

Roe Conn

00:25 sec | 2 years ago

Woods and Mickelson charity match proves a ratings hit

"The match champions for charity a huge success Phil Mickelson Tom Brady Peyton manning of course Tiger Woods donating twenty eight million dollars for corona virus relief woods actually look quite good he didn't miss a fairway but the ratings were huge as you could hear the golfers talking during the match six million people watching us the most watched golf telecast in cable T. V.

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Tiger-Peyton vs. Phil-Brady golf match to aid relief

Golic & Wingo

00:35 sec | 2 years ago

Tiger-Peyton vs. Phil-Brady golf match to aid relief

"Meanwhile Turner sports as football legends Tom Brady Peyton manning will join Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson for that to want to match sometime in may quote the match champions for charity will benefit coronavirus the events to air live on TNT possibly Memorial Day weekend an undisclosed location without spectators so Mickelson confirmed this on Twitter that he paired with Brady he said quote after feeling the sting of defeat the first time around with like Tiger Woods is bringing a winner of the match after I paid and then I'm ready to go Tom Brady ready to hit bombs a source told ESPN's Bob hair did of course this is expected to be held in

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Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning To Play For Coronavirus Relief

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:14 sec | 2 years ago

Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady, Peyton Manning To Play For Coronavirus Relief

"Coach Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson are back on the course it will be in may made for television and this time we're gonna have some company Peyton manning and Tom Brady will play with them proceeds benefit covert nineteen relief undisclosed location and without

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"It's time for sports with Adam this weekend's game between the chiefs in Titans will mark the first AFC championship since two thousand two it that does not feature Tom Brady Peyton manning or Ben Roethlisberger cool patriots fans well just have to stomach it or find something different to do Sunday over in the NFC though you'll see a former bands QB in the Niners Packers game you know I'm talking about Gimme garage below and Brady shared his thoughts on his old teammate on Westwood One a great job for the Niners and you know the really playing well to me check very good she did so you know I was fortunate to play with Jimmy and in a really enjoyed our time together and watch him develop from while looking into a really terrific quarterback and he certainly done that could come into the Niners for anyone on the breeze Niners coach Kyle Shanahan in their defense a win means a trip to the Super Bowl Adam Kaufman WBZ Boston's news radio of the thirteen couple of trouble spots south of town let's check it out now in the super retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the freeze Kevin what's going on is down here in Mansfield ninety five north bound earlier car fire scene sounds like it's all cleared away all lanes have been re open you are left with about a three mile backup here coming out of north Attleboro and up past four ninety five into a man's field beyond that not too bad up in the Neil tunnel looking good on ninety three here canton getting over the Braintree split beget on the expressway north bound you hung up just a bit here in the pots it again seven hill the Columbia road and a little bit heavier here factor calling for mass Avenue the o'neill tunnel still overall about twenty twenty five minutes to get from Braintree up to the tunnel itself south bounce tied up here coming down through South Bay down through Savin hill downtown not too bad on the lower deck sake a bridge or the lever connector you do have some slowdowns here westbound sterile drive in the right lane closure it to be you bridge stay to the left to get around that everyone a north bound slow when the cruise taken away before Boardman street here in East Boston this supports sponsored by all pork upper because the largest network of independent professionals like developers designers data scientists you name it and they're proven rated and reviewed so when you need and demand talent on demand uppercase how Kevin Brennan WBZ's traffic on.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

07:47 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"This story. Caught my eye. Donovan mcnabb. Former longtime Philadelphia Eagles quarterback had a Cup of coffee with the Redskins. And I think the Vikings to right corners. The vikings. He tells TMZ sports, of course that he is a hall of Famer quote, my number speak for itself by numbers are better than Troy Aikman, but he has Super Bowl rings and he played with hall of famers as well. I'm not saying something down. Mcnabb has had some issues away from the game since he retired Courtney. But is he a hall Famer I would say, yes, I think he was one of the best quarterbacks of his generation. I mean threw for two hundred thirty four touchdowns over thirty seven thousand yards. He played in the Super Bowl and win the Super Bowl but played in the Super Bowl. All the years the eagles made the NFC championship game because I feel like the pro football hall of fame. Like at the end of the day. That's really all it is. It's a museum. I like museums. But to enjoy museum there has to be things in there for you to view. So like for me, it's not a big deal of someone is a borderline hall of Famer like you've always had this argument about ally. Manning hall of Famer is not a hall of Famer corny I'd say put him in put him in. So the guy is close to getting in eventually he should make it. And I just think McNabb. If you look at the overall body of work, I think is good enough to be in there. He made it to the NFC championship five times and. Yeah. Made it to the Super Bowl once it's not easy. I think people like way honestly, they way Super Bowl appearances in Super Bowl wins, probably a little bit more than they should if I if I can go out on a limb and say that I think, you know, the, the compares in here with Troy Aikman. He's really been a dog on a bone about Aikman probably because Troy got in on a first ballot hall of fame in two thousand six and their numbers are very similar, but it's not this whole TMZ thing in that he said that the other day, that's not the first time that that's happened which is interested in that, that's the comparison. And that's the level he wants to be judged at similar stats in the same number very similar number of games played McNabb. I mean didn't have Emmett Smith though in, in his backfield. So I mean he rushed for two thousand four hundred forty three yards more than Troy Aikman. And I think the interesting stat here is like you were talking about the level of play at which he did Edie Edie plate of game consistently. He's one of four. Quarterbacks with more than thirty thousand passing yards. Two hundred touchdown passes three thousand rushing yards in twenty rushing touchdowns. There's three other quarterbacks all three are in the hall of fame that have that Fran tarkenton John Elway and Steve Young. I mean is he a first ballot guy? Maybe I don't. But, but I mean there's just too much is put into that as well. I mean if as long as a guy eventually goes in, then I'm fine with that. I don't want someone waiting twenty five years. That's too long, but McNabb should go in, in, in a couple of years. And that's the end of it. I mean you can't you can't write the story. This is always the litmus test for me, Courtney like can you write the story of the NFL from this year to this year without mentioning this player? Can you talk about the NFL from two thousand to two thousand ten two thousand eleven maybe without without Donovan McNabb having a very prominent part of your? Story. And I think the answer to that is no. I think Donovan McNabb in that generation in his era was a player that played it a hall of fame level. So I don't know why I don't know why people would be up tight about letting him in. I think not wanting a Super Bowl was unfortunate. He did have the vomit on the field in Jacksonville out that was the first rule I ever covered thirty nine he didn't play great t the best player on the field that day for the eagles. But regardless, what he did for that. Franchise way different the NFL no matter what's happened since off the field. I think the guy should be in many brought through he kind of carried through a generation of quarterbacks that had that multi-facetted part of their game. The Michael vick's Donovan McNabb you're going to be putting all those guys in the same category. Just in terms of what they were able to do on the field that sometimes maybe we looked too much into statistics. Maybe we looked too much into, you know, individual Super Bowl wins when you're not looking at the supporting cast around. Him. I mean yeah he had a really a couple of really good teams in Philadelphia. There's no denying that. But to say that he had exactly what Troy Aikman did in all those years, that, that the Cowboys went to the Super Bowl in one off three of them in all three appearances. I just don't think that's a fair argument. It's, it's that was a different time. That was a different team. And I guess if he wants to look at traffic, men's numbers. That's cool. But Aikman, I mean, talk about a no brainer. I mean, coordinating the way he played in those Super Bowls members who were both he won for the Cowboys. You knew he was going in. So I don't think anyone needs to question the legitimacy of Troy Aikman's hall of fame credentials. I don't think that's what McNabb is getting at per se. But he definitely isn't portraying Aikman in the most positive light weight thoughts about him. Sure, why if they had some sort of beef that I wasn't aware of. I mean Detroit's say something about McNabb when he was playing for the Redskins and a FOX telecast that rubbed McNabb the wrong way. I, I dunno also too is, you know, look, I think at the end for McNabb it wasn't great. The Washington thing was kind of a disaster. Remember there was that whole contract fake contract, where it's ninety million dollar contract. And he turns out like four million was guaranteed or something like that, so yeah, it ended poorly for him. But for most players, it usually ends fairly poorly. There's very few guys that right out on the sun under the sunset like how Tom Brady is going to end his career probably. When I look at what, what did I'm sorry. What McNabb did with the eagles with Andy Reid all those NFC championship appearances? And if that's not a hall of fame, caliber type career, I'm not sure what is well, it's interesting to factor in the Aira he played in versus the era that Troy Aikman play it. And I think that that's. Huge thing that you have to consider when you're looking at who's a first ballot hall of Famer who's going to get into hall of fame period. So like think about the two thousands and the generation that he played in so you know, towards the end of his career as you were mentioning two thousand ten eleven somewhere around there, Tom Brady Peyton Manning, Ben Rothlisberger Philip rivers, Aaron Rodgers Matt Ryan all those guys have been instill are outside of Peyton Manning under center, planning quarterback do all of them deserve to get into the hall of fame. I'm not sure so I think that if you're and I mean, I know that you probably not going to judge this based on the next group to get in early guys that are still playing, but I think that you should to a degree I think that he should be judged amongst the guys that came before him. And the ones that are still playing the guys like Tom Brady was gonna, you know, it's an obvious one, but there's some of those other names, Philip rivers, Matt Ryan, do they deserve to be in the conversation, too. Philip rivers should be in the hall of fame. There's no doubt about it. Statistically speaking, I mean if they're all in that same category. I'm with you. I think that, you know honor the game games best, I think that sometimes we try to quantify this by making it so elite that, you know, it's not honoring guys who were just on the cusp of that. I mean if they helped write the story of the NFL in that area, they deserve to be in consideration. Absolutely more. On the NBA and the Eastern Conference finals coming up next Dickerson hood, this is ESPN radio.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

03:40 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ

"Now that now that seems to be that's more than I forgot that is a Mesaba Tura at this point. I'm going and by the way, I can't think of the if he's not shrewd enough to remember the play from the time. It leaves his mouth of the time. He's gotta turn around hand the ball. That's one problem. But if I've got a guy who's intentionally doing something like this on my team? I don't know if there's a more pointed in I don't know if there's ending the worst you could say about a guy that he's intentionally trying to fumble the ball. That's that's the reason practices. An apple the reason he would try and do that because it's not to lose the game or anything like that is to show. Todd Haley is not very smart as an office coordinator. So he's trying to show Todd up instead of saying my office coordinator is the one calling the plays. We should be nila. Now, three straight times. It's a minute to going to gain. They have no timeouts whatever the case is. They decide to run the ball. So this is what happens when you decide to run the ball. Just let me kneel down. See I'm gonna show you in. That's that could be part of it. When you when something comes into the huddle guy roses is because he's he doesn't like the play call. You know, he just does it. So by the time he goes what changed the play then one if the call comes in. And they wanna I can just Neil it in the game's over. He could've new all I'd never not doing that victory. Formation were taken in the hell out. Things like that. It wasn't the quarterback. Right. Yeah. You told us you actually caught them fourth quarter time out. I'm out. Yeah. But that's what I mean Enron. Got you thought you snuck away member? What was it the Jacksonville game last year the playoff game when he said, well, look, I don't call the place. I mean, this is this put into this behavior. This is him intentionally doing this. No one saying no way if you and say Tom Brady Peyton Manning or Cam Newton or pick. It Russell Wilson pick agai n said rather than say, you you had two guys there that they're four guys. There you go right with Ben. We went. Maybe maybe. Yeah. And for me, the maybe is based on him being affair. Yes. Him being an idiot. 'cause I just think that if you've won two Super Bowls if you've been successful he's been if you are bound for the hall of fame. I just have a hard time believing you broke out of the huddle out of a blowout. And you just forgot the game. Telling you, I'm telling you, I know you wanted to get out of here. I'm telling you. He's bad dome is not even him. What always say about football players? When you go move from that huddle to the line of scrimmage, a, man. I believe. This this falls into character. Right. You heard that the Lakers were done with the ngelo? Russell. Right. Right. Right. Well, wait to hear what Doc Rivers said about that. That's next. I don't know what that was from. That's. Creative musical musings of g legend John legis distant distant. No. No, they're going to remake that song anytime soon with you as the guy, I don't know auto tuned can fix a lot of things that but something. You know, what else is going on what their issues in the streets. He's opened the copter. What's going on key? Well, little interest in the street. There's an accident.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"What advice would you have for him on how to not only put this behind him? But also learn from it. So the next time around the have a better chance to win a championship. My advice would be don't take it. Personally. Don't get too down on yourself. It happened. There are times that things. Just don't go. Right. And they've got a tremendous team a tremendous offense. He's done a lot with the team. He'll get opportunities and his chances again, just go back to the drawing board keep doing what you do. And you're going to be fine. But don't try to reinvent yourself because one loss and one game where you just didn't play. Well, and maybe you didn't call a great. You know, there were a couple of opportunities in that game. One particular for Jared Goff to make a championship. Throw one Brandin cooks pops wide open. He's in the back of the endzone Goth doesn't see him Goff. When he finally throws at he doesn't make the throwing needs to make is it fair to look at that. And say that you know, it's just a ceiling that some guys have some guys are going to step up in that moment. Make that throw at some guys just aren't going to do it. Because of the magnitude of that moment because of what's riding on it a Tom Brady Peyton Manning will make that throw some guys just won't is that a fair critique of how Gough handled that opportunity. I don't think you can. Critique get off of that one situation. I was watching the play. Brandin cooks immediate ladies wide open. I'm sitting there in the stands throw. It throw. It throw it. You could see golf. He came to them late and just didn't get it there in time that to me doesn't bother me. But what is going to start to happen with Jared is people are going to say, okay. Well, here's the bears game on national TV, cold weather. You didn't play. Well. And they're gonna start. He's gonna start hearing that he can't do it in the big game. You know, it's it's something that will find out believe it or not it's hard to remember now. But that was what people said about Peyton Manning for a long. You can't be Florida. He can't be Tennessee. Can't do it in the big game. Can't do it in the playoffs. And eventually you win a few of those and you do play well in in the big moments and people forget about that. So I think the jury is still out on zero golf, and I wouldn't make a decision guilty or innocent based on one play football. Coach grade is always great talking to you. We'll talk soon have a great day. All right. Thanks, Mike, talk to you. All right. We gotta take quick break. We'll wrap up PFC.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

04:41 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"I don't know yet. I don't have a feel for him. In terms of the giants interested in him. I didn't the combine will be interesting. He's not mobile. That's the one thing. People have told me. Who've got who've seen him much more up close than I. And you say I wasn't mobile will the game has changed since two thousand and four. I think you want some mobility, and he may have enough in that regard. We're gonna find out you do want him to be accurate. You do want him to have the big arm. You don't want the giants listened. The giants showed you last season. They did not love the quarterbacks. They said, so basically, and they didn't take one. Now, they had a great option in saquon Barkley available at number two who immediately could impact their team did impact the giants enough in terms of wind and losses. It did. Not they did not win enough games period. No buts. They did not win enough games. Period. And if I'm the giants, I would be very careful about continuing to down the road, particularly with saquon and Odell with out having a team that can compete at a very high level. Because at some point what's the point? They're not there yet. But that would be in the back of my mind, if I were in that organization, and I would want to do something about it. And I I'm not suggesting they don't want to do something about it. But that would be at the forefront of my mind. Haskins the guy he wants to be. He's a giants fan. Right. He's made it known the combine will tell us a lot. I feel like the combine is always the point where we start to get. Dea about the quarterbacks, although candidly, I don't think we left last year's combine believing. Baker would be number one overall the Browns kept that a pretty decent secret. And it certainly looks like they made the right pick especially for Cleveland, especially for that fan base. And specially for a team that's looking to a pathway to being a respectable winning team. Something they haven't been in a long time Joe in Franklin square. You're next with Kim Jones on the fan. What's up? Joe? Thanks for taking my call. Thank you. I was wondering what your opinion is on up on these five quarterbacks. You have an equal team right there. Just an average team. And you have the choice of picking between these five quarterbacks who do you think would give you the best chance to win every year? And you could factor in what they do in the regular season. What they do in the postseason Tom Brady Peyton Manning. Aaron Rodgers Dan Marino and Joe Montana between post five if you have an equal team in your heading just one of those quarterbacks who you think would give you the best chance every year Brady Payton, Montana Rogers. And who was the first Marino. Once you start taking I just think the eras are different. Well, what the heck everyone's healthy. Everyone's full go. Wide receivers offensive line all the same above average. Right. They're all above average. No like superstar like Randy moss or anything just all above average solid team. Who do you think? Provide the best chance of winning a Super Bowl every year. And you're gonna count you know Brady might not be the best assistant regular quarterback and the regular season. But you could factor and saying that well, he performed so high in postseason every year. Yep. I understand. I would probably go Brady Montana. Peyton Rogers Marino. Okay. And I'm surprised you actually went that way. But I I could definitely understand why he went away. You don't think that? Hey manning. I'm curious was so good that he brought teams that didn't belong in the postseason every year. Really? What about him that? He just exposed in the postseason when they actually won against teams that were good solid teams. That's the reason why he did form as well. Well, but see to me you're talking about just great great quarterbacks where it's almost a preference thing. Although I'm sure someone would take a lot of exception to my list that way, I just I just think Brady and Montana are superb winners, I think Putin is as good as you'll find. I really do..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:33 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"S? Chad should have to how you doing? I'm good. How are you? You know, watching the TV Sunday night. And once again, I see the ravens vice president of public relations front and center in the center of the football universe again. And I said we have to get Chad on this week's Adam Schefter podcast. He must be on honored. Well, I mean, it's incredible. What has happened for those of you who are now listening basically CHAD'S job during the year is to work with the Baltimore Ravens? But Super Bowl week. He becomes the media liaison for are you signed to a player or a team. Fair. So during the week there are a number of us that are there to help league out with credentialing radio row know kinda point media in the right direction opening night that Monday night were assigned to a player. I had Tom Brady on Monday night. And then we're time to a player after the which again I had Brady. So it's it's it's flit up between between people. I just so happened to have I think is, sir. Certified time I've had Tom when when they've been in there. So we're we're we're kind of developing a little bond and you had Tom three or four times yet Peyton Manning after the Broncos won the Super Bowl Ray Lewis after the ravens won the Super Bowl. It seems like you always have the star attraction. How does that happen? You know, I don't know where they're like. I said they invite a few of us down kind of some of the heads of department from around the league to help out all week. And then we have some young kids some interns that are looking for jobs, and some some younger systems coordinators that are that are looking to expand the horizons a little bit and down there for the week. And then we just we get the game assignments. And I think the first one that I had when I worked at Super Bowl outside of of the ravens when was was Russell Wilson in in New Jersey a few years ago. And you know, I got a quarterback. I think maybe my side helps you know, that I'm a bigger guy, and I can get out there and kinda kinda move the people through but just ever since. Then I've I've had quarterbacks I think I think six along right now, the only the only loss at what I had I had cast year when the when the eagles beat them, but I pretty decent record. So there you are on Sunday night. The patriots win the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is stormed by the media, Tracy Rolston of CBS is trying to get in to get that interview from your perspective. And you were the only one that appeared in that show with Tracy in Tom, it was Tracy Wilson, Tom Brady, and Chad steal. What was that scrum? Like for you. You know, I it's just it's interesting because Tom pulled in a hundred directions, and you know, we're talk to CBS CBS wanted to try to get the interview pretty quickly. But as soon as you're out there, you're Tom celebrating a little bit than teammates coming up, then have coaches coming up, and he wants to make sure he's very good about making sure he gives respect to the to the opposing team. So they wanna make sure saw Jared golf, and there were a couple of other players that want to see and it's kinda hey, Tom over here can Tom over here. And we're like, hey, Tom, you know, got Tracy right here. Okay. Hold on. I just wanna see this guy. And then as soon as that's done. Somebody else comes up somebody else comes up, but he's he's kinda pulled in a million directions. And we're just saying that hey, trace you just just hang tight hang with us. We'll we'll we'll get them there..

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Meet Chad Steele, aka the guy behind Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis at Super Bowl

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:26 min | 3 years ago

Meet Chad Steele, aka the guy behind Tom Brady, Peyton Manning and Ray Lewis at Super Bowl

"Know, watching the TV Sunday night. And once again, I see the ravens vice president of public relations front and center in the center of the football universe again. And I said we have to get Chad on this week's Adam Schefter podcast. He must be on honored. Well, I mean, it's incredible. What has happened for those of you who are now listening basically CHAD'S job during the year is to work with the Baltimore Ravens? But Super Bowl week. He becomes the media liaison for are you signed to a player or a team. Fair. So during the week there are a number of us that are there to help league out with credentialing radio row know kinda point media in the right direction opening night that Monday night were assigned to a player. I had Tom Brady on Monday night. And then we're time to a player after the which again I had Brady. So it's it's it's flit up between between people. I just so happened to have I think is, sir. Certified time I've had Tom when when they've been in there. So we're we're we're kind of developing a little bond and you had Tom three or four times yet Peyton Manning after the Broncos won the Super Bowl Ray Lewis after the ravens won the Super Bowl. It seems like you always have the star attraction. How does that happen? You know, I don't know where they're like. I said they invite a few of us down kind of some of the heads of department from around the league to help out all week. And then we have some young kids some interns that are looking for jobs, and some some younger systems coordinators that are that are looking to expand the horizons a little bit and down there for the week. And then we just we get the game assignments. And I think the first one that I had when I worked at Super Bowl outside of of the ravens when was was Russell Wilson in in New Jersey a few years ago. And you know, I got a quarterback. I think maybe my side helps you know, that I'm a bigger guy, and I can get out there and kinda kinda move the people through but just ever since. Then I've I've had quarterbacks I think I think six along right now, the only the only loss at what I had I had cast year when the when the eagles beat them, but I pretty decent record. So there you are on Sunday night. The patriots win the Super Bowl. Tom Brady is stormed by the media, Tracy Rolston of CBS is trying to get in to get that interview from your perspective. And you were the only one that appeared in that show with Tracy in Tom, it was Tracy Wilson, Tom Brady, and Chad steal. What was that scrum? Like for you. You know, I it's just it's interesting because Tom pulled in a hundred directions, and you know, we're talk to CBS CBS wanted to try to get the interview pretty quickly. But as soon as you're out there, you're Tom celebrating a little bit than teammates coming up, then have coaches coming up, and he wants to make sure he's very good about making sure he gives respect to the to the opposing team. So they wanna make sure saw Jared golf, and there were a couple of other players that want to see and it's kinda hey, Tom over here can Tom over here. And we're like, hey, Tom, you know, got Tracy right here. Okay. Hold on. I just wanna see this guy. And then as soon as that's done. Somebody else comes up somebody else comes up, but he's he's kinda pulled in a million directions. And we're just saying that hey, trace you just just hang tight hang with us. We'll we'll we'll get them there.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

04:31 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"This week shattered Schefter post Super Bowl fifty three podcast. We'll be joined by former patriot offensive lineman and current ESPN analyst Damien Woody who shows us side that not many people even knew existed, and we'll have NFL ESPN researcher. Evan Kaplan break down some of the biggest NFL off season storylines, and then we'll finish up with Chad steal the Baltimore Ravens vice president of public relations and the post game media liaison for Tom Brady Peyton Manning. And Ray Lewis who has the face that you will recognize if you see him on TV he's always the one standing side-by-side with Tom Brady post game, but first Damien Woody Damian and some in how you doing my friend. I'm good. I'm good. Thank you for doing this anytime anything for you. So Damien the patriots go ahead and when they're six Super Bowl. First of all, you left there in two thousand three D realize what you missed out on like, you could've stayed there. And just had so much jewelry that it would have been blinding everybody'd ESPN. Listen, my wife tells me all the time like. Maybe we should have reconsidered going to Detroit because that would have been opportunities stack all those rings. But you know, of of always been a big believer in things happen for reason. In my time in New England was priceless. The team as that that I was able to play with. I it just unbelievable start to my career. But man, it's not bad having to rings atom, no bad. There are a lot of people that don't have two ranks. Okay. But did you have any idea that they were going to be six rings like this Adam you can never never never in a million years? You would think that organization would get to six. I mean, the fact, you know, win six Super Bowl the fact that they've been to nine nine Super Bowls and what eighteen years is. It's just unreal. In in pro football. I mean, you're talking about a league this has a hard salary cap in and it's really designed not to have this type of thing happen, but you know, kudos to the Kraft family and and coach Bill check in and that whole. Oh organization for providing a a culture that we haven't seen. I don't know. We've seen it. I've ever ever pro football. Correct. When you were there during that time you were involved as an NFL live on Tuesday in the talk real game. And that play may be the single most important game in spawning the birth of the dynasty that was because at that doesn't happen. I'm sure there are plenty of SuperBowl titles. Believe me, but despite not six that played launched it to you know in that play happened. How significant was in the moment. No. I had no idea. All our, you know, the Charles Woodson comes off the, and I just heard a big like gasp from the crowd and turn around and the football is Leyland on the ground. And it was almost like I was stuck in time. Because my reaction was just a tad bit slow and the. From rates whose name, I I'm Greg Eaker. Yes. Greg beaker jumps on the football. Not jump on top of him. And I'm thinking to myself. That's it. It's over like, we're done lost. We lost a game. And then all of a sudden, you know, I'm I'm walking back to the sideline and there's all this chatter going on. And I'm like what what are what is everyone talking about? What what is the big discussion? And I just I looked at coach Bill check and he had his look on his face. And then people I heard that the the role to he knew the ruled that point believe he did. And I just heard people on the sideline mentioned tuck. And I'm like, what is why people why are people mentioned tuck, and it just it just kept reverberating on Ceylon tuck rule tug rule, and I'm like, okay. I don't know what this is. But next thing I know wall Coleman comes out, and he just brakes he breaks it down. I'm like, wow. Never knew it existed. I'm like, I will take it. Our absolutely take it. And you could just see the reaction from the raiders are machine Jon Gruden Asala line. And we we both know John his face got so red, and that's all on was so hot..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

Bleeding Green Nation

03:36 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Bleeding Green Nation

"He said, look, I don't want wants to be the humble guy who listens to coaches in wins by hitting on some moonshot jump balls. I want him to become death the destroyer of worlds athletic Tom Brady Peyton Manning. But he studies a bit more than. It's all I want. So I think that was kind of a good way to put it. It's almost like now I said it on the Monday podcast where kinda hope Carson learn from this little bit. And I almost wondered if I regret saying that because I think like in some ways, I don't think he needs to change at all. I think he needs to be himself needs to worry about being himself and not worrying about stepping at an full shadow or you know, being some of their guy. He just needs to be the best Carson Wentz. He can be basically is what I'm trying to say. Yeah, I think that will lead to success for the eagles. Ultimately. Now, I do think there is some actually there has to be some level over flex with this report that you kinda just you know, you see this obviously seen it. And he you maybe you kinda just ask yourself like, okay? Am I doing things the best way? Am I approaching people the best way? Can there? Can there be some can I be doing something better? I think you should be asking himself questions. I guess is what he should be doing and into the answer to this question. Does. No, he doesn't need to change. I don't know a process for him to go through. But. I just think overall, you know, none of this really changes anything in my opinion. It just doesn't like the fact of the matter is that the pressure was always going to be on Carson in two thousand nineteen. It's a huge season for him. And that was going to be the case, even if there was a report that came out this past Monday that said Carson until the most beloved teammate in the history of the universe. Not like that wouldn't wouldn't change anything either way. If he was loved of us hated. Yeah. It doesn't really change a whole lot. Like he needs to have a really big season. And that's the bottom line. That is like that's what all comes down to. It is Hugh is so imperative that he has a big season. And even then I mean, like the eagles might just commit to him this offseason. Really they could give them along yet ERM contract extension tomorrow, and this podcast her to be outdated in that sense. Like it can happen. He's eligible now. And I think they're like we all know they're going to commit to them like they're not going to commit to Nick foles. So like, I just don't see. How it really changes a lot? I guess it's something will always be monitoring something we will always have in the back of our minds more. So of course, if he isn't playing well in the team is struggling, that's certainly going to be a focus, but if he wins and he's doing great. It's just probably not going to be something. We even talk about. I mean look back at the gym Schwartz report from you know, ripe our one of the two thousand seventeen season. I mean, like how long did that last, you know, they're winning games? No one was even thinking about it. And by the way, that was not made up either. There was truth in that. And you know, over time, I don't, you know, I've sensed that the Doug Jim relationship isn't like, you know, it's not all kumbaya. But guess what? No. It doesn't really. I don't think it really matters a ton because they've certainly one a lot of games they've made it work enough to the point where they've been able to do that. So I just didn't when we talk about dysfunction and again, I brought it up on Monday. But I kinda read stress it here. You look at the set wicker. Report about the patriots last year like being total mess, and I don't think it was false. I don't think you made that stuff up. I think it's true. I think Brady Bill tactic probably hate each other probably can't stand each other, especially point. But guess what? It doesn't matter. They're probably gonna win another Super Bowl or at the very least they're in another one. So that's just kind of the reality of it all Yanez, I.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

04:21 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It back. They just don't have the stomach for it. The college football overtime is paralyzed by being fair. We do this in society all the time. We're going to give you both the ball. Okay. And we'd go put your both in field goal range. Okay. What if we're tied to give you vote the ball gin? And we're gonna put you both in field goal range, and who wins in college football time the team that's less exhausted. As the score is sixty four to sixty two you ever watched one of these puppies going to three and four and five you're so paralyzed by being fair, it's exhausting. The NFL says this to you. Bro. You can both have the ball. You know as long as you can make one stop. And they don't go eighty yards on you. And then you both get the ball, by the way this weekend. Rams didn't get the ball in overtime and one chiefs didn't get the ball in lost. So it was right along the data is fifty fifty two overtimes this weekend. It played out to the NFL average. The thing about football pro football and football in general has never been about equal possessions. Very rarely does a football game in you had ten possessions. And I had ten possessions. That's never been a moral dilemma football, a moral dilemma would be okay patriots gonna play with helmets. Chiefs. Don't get a play with helmets. That would be unfair. Okay. Rams. You gotta play in pads chiefs you have to play like in your underwear that would be a moral physical disadvantage. Wherever we ever struggled with. I didn't get the same number of possessions. That's never been a moral dilemma in football to me. I've always said it's very easy. We don't like the coin toss nobody earns it. It's too random. It's too arbitrary. I get that. I hear that a lot. I'm listening. So my overtime rules. Have always been simple football more than any sport home field means very little in the NBA soccer hockey in football. You can't audible. On the road. Audible is what defines Tom Brady Peyton Manning, and drew Brees is careers, not athletic, ability or arm strength. So we eliminate the coin toss the road team gets the ball. I because football's designed for the home team to win look at the numbers and the road team can defer the ball if they're the bears and have a great defense or if they're the patriots and like their offense. They can take the ball. It's up to them. They just have a choice, we give them. Hey, you're paralyzed by fair in this whole thing. Right. Is it fair that you give the road team the choice? But wouldn't it be more fair for the home team's again it since they earned it by winning more regular season games? Will remember though in the regular you can't change overtime rules regular season, two playoff? They are different already. Well, I mean, don't you want to within the game structure have a? Rule that set in stone the entire season. I agree that they should be the same throughout the entire season. I I don't like how about week one who gets the ball because there is no better record. How about week to the problem with the coin flip as long as both teams get an opportunity motions? Or most people do have a problem with the coin flip. That's a big part of the discussion. It's too arbitrary. I think it's arbitrary in the way that it is in the playoffs because the playoff rules are different because you can't end in tie and in since the overtime rule change in the playoffs. The coins hus- winter winning percentages eighty three point three percent. It's much much higher. What would you wanna use shaking your head is that that's not true? No the coin. The winner of the coin toss since they changed the rule winds just under fifty three percent of the time. It's but they're different rules because you can't tie. Well, I'm saying I don't have a problem. I don't have a problem with the coin toss as long as both teams in opportunity to score. Well, it's not a different rule. They will not allow it to end one way. But the rails are the same. Which is you flip a coin somebody gets it? And the team that gets the coin offense can close the game out with a touchdown. But don't you think that if the chiefs had gone in one that everyone would still be yelling? We didn't get opportunity to see Tom bring..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

The Herd with Colin Cowherd

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd

"It's the parent that takes away the iphone to ground their kid, and by the end of dinner, they give it back. They just don't have the stomach for it. The college football overtime is paralyzed by being fair. We do this in society all the time. We're. Gonna give you both the ball. Okay. And we go put your both in field goal range. Okay. What if we're tied? Did we give you vote the ball gin? And we're gonna put you both in field goal range. And you know, who wins in college football time the team that's less exhausted. As the score is sixty four to sixty two you ever watched one of these puppies going to three and four and five you're so paralyzed by being fair, it's exhausting. The NFL says this to you. Bro. You can both have the ball. You know as long as you can make one stop, and they don't go eighty yards on you. And then you both get the ball, by the way this weekend. Rams didn't get the ball in overtime and one. Chiefs didn't get the ball in lost. So it was right along the data is fifty two overtimes this weekend. It played out to the NFL average. The thing about football pro football and football in general has never been about equal possessions. Very rarely does a football game end. You had ten possessions. And I had ten possessions. That's never been a moral dilemma in football, a moral dilemma would be okay patriots gonna play with helmets. Chiefs. Don't get to play with helmets. That would be unfair. Okay. Rams. You gotta play in pads chiefs you have to play like in your underwear that would be a moral physical disadvantage. Wherever we ever struggled with. I didn't get the same number of possessions. That's never been a moral dilemma in football to me. I've always said it's very easy. We don't like the coin toss nobody earns it. It's too random. It's too arbitrary. I get that. I hear that a lot. I'm listening. So my overtime rules. Have always been simple football more than any sport home field means very little in the NBA soccer hockey in football. You can't audible. On the road. Audible is what defines Tom Brady Peyton Manning, and drew Brees is careers, not athletic, ability, your arm strength. So we eliminate the coin toss the road team gets the ball..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:10 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"Patriots reporter for ESPN dot com. Boston that Tom Brady is the greatest player grace football player who's ever played. And it'd be hard to argue. How would you stack up Brady? Yes. So so let's look at it this way. So there are five quarterbacks in NFL history. Who have thrown at least four hundred touchdown passes Tom Brady Peyton Manning. Drew Brees Brett farve and Dan Marino. Most people you get through Joe Montana, and their who didn't maybe have the regulations the tits. But those are the quarterback probably at the top of the list of the greatest NFL history. Tom Brady will be appearing in his nine Super Bowl. Those four other quarterbacks Marino Peyton breeze farve combined for eight Super Bowl appearances. He has more by himself than those four other incredible names and either hall of famers future hall of famers breeze and Payton's gays have in their careers. When you look at it that way, I think it's just it's just remarkable. Okay. One of the storylines central story. The off season was the fact that the Rams were going for a new or spending to win. You saw all the moves that they made even seasoned, by the way trade for Fowler ripe for the trade deadline because they knew they could be at this point right now. How would we define and classify how the Rams approached the off season to get to where they wanted in the postseason since the start of the two thousand eighteen league year back in March. The Rams have spent two hundred forty three million dollars in guaranteed money. So that includes some free agent signings. Dominic into that also includes extending their own players Todd Gurley obviously historic deal that Aaron Donald got ill look at that. That's by far the most guaranteed money spent for any team to play in the Super Bowl in the last five years. It's the first time that team is ranking that high they had the second most money spent behind the bears in the two thousand eighteen year. The only the first that's the first time that a team ranked that high in overall spending. Seahawks back in the two thousand fourteen season. And we're I and you look at the patriots, and where they fall on this list and the patriots were sixty six million in guaranteed money. The Rams were two hundred forty three million in the two thousand eighteen league year. So you look at the different ways that these teams have gotten there. And look we talk about it a lot does the winning the offseason equal winning in the this year. It's paid off the Rams. So the Rams spendthrift one hundred and eighty million more patriots in to where they are in smart you. That's it. Another tip of the cash, that's more credit. This the economical where they do they save money. They saved draft picks. But they do everything the right way. And also think about this Ramon I actually was thinking if you like a twenty one year old legally drinking person in Boston, and they're plenty of them. All you've known is great success. You are so spoiled so entitled so out of touch with Mel ways of being a sports fan that you just think it's the the patriots both right to go and Vance the super it doesn't work like that, you know, at.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

The Adam Schefter Podcast

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on The Adam Schefter Podcast

"All season for Super Bowl fifty three New England Patriots versus the Los Angeles. Rams. What do we make of this matchup in your early thoughts on it? Well, we played two hundred and sixty six games this season, including the ploughs and finally we're at the Super Bowl. And look it's the patriots coming full circle in the Brady Bill check error, you consider that their first Super Bowl in this run was suitable thirty six against the Rams. And while they're still there. Everything is different about pretty much. Both teams you'll get the rest of the patriot. You'll get the Rams that team. Kurt Warner quarterback Marshall Faulk running back to other all famers in Aeneas Williams, Orlando pace, Mike Martz was the head coach. So you think back to where the NFL was where the patriots were where the Rams were heading at this point in early two thousand two heading into that game. And now where we are now and the range aren't even in the same city. They were they were lowest their Los Angeles. Now the Rams for Super Bowl as the Los Angeles Rams since back in the seventies against the Steelers. Well, actually was thinking about this after we saw that this is the matchup. Rams patriots two thousand one season. Correct. Yes. Two thousand and two Super Bowl. That was an forgive me for saying this that was the nine eleven super Bom where the patriots come out onto the field as a team running out onto the field together. We hadn't really seen that in sports. I don't believe and they came to embody what a team is like what the patriots stand for. And really was reflective of where we were in the country at that time watching NFL primetime after the championship games on Sunday night. Tom Jackson, our own Tom Jackson said that was one of his most memorable moments in Super Bowl history of all the super a he's been alive for that singular moment. Of the patriots coming out as a team was one of his most member just running out as a team absolute, by the way, this is a team that has gone onto achieve greatness and all these people, but but the two men that stand out or the head coach Bill Belichick and the quarterback Tom Brady. How do we put in perspective? With Tom Brady's done here. Look this is this is nine Super Bowl appearance in eighteen seasons as a star. So he has reached the Super Bowl p percent of the season since he's been a starter in two thousand one. So that those nine Super Bowls for him alone. That's more than any other team has obviously besides the patriots and NFL history. You have eight for the Steelers Cowboys and Broncos entering the season. I mean, half half of the seasons he has gone to the Super Bowl in an era where in a sport where there is a salary cap and sport where there's always turnover every year. We always talk about teams that didn't make the playoffs that made the playoffs. He's there every year and last week. Robert Kraft that patriots owner tells are Mike Reese, the fine patriots reporter for ESPN dot com. Boston that Tom Brady is the greatest player grace football player who's ever played. And it'd be hard to argue. How would you stack up Brady? Yes. So so let's look at it this way. So there are five quarterbacks in NFL history. Who have thrown at least four hundred touchdown passes Tom Brady Peyton Manning. Drew Brees Brett farve and Dan Marino. Most people you get through Joe Montana. And there who didn't maybe have the regulations the tits. But those are the quarterback probably at the top of the list of the greatest NFL history. Tom Brady will be appearing in his nine Super Bowl. Those four other quarterbacks Marino Peyton breeze farve combined for eight Super Bowl appearances. He has more by himself than those four other incredible names and either hall of famers future hall of famers breeze and Payton's gays have in their careers. When you look at it that way, I think it's just it's just remarkable. Okay. One of the storylines central story. The off season was the fact that the Rams were going for a new or spending to win..

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"So. What would a loss mean to? The patriots. And their dynasty. I've been very pro on the patriots throughout the course of the show. If you're just finding me I feel like the patriots are going to beat Kansas City. I've laid out some reasons why I'm going to go with experience over talent, Mahomes has not impressed me the last month. He hasn't thrown for three hundred yards in his last four games against the colts. He didn't complete a pass over twenty yards. I don't think the run game is going to be there for the chiefs. I don't see Damian Williams having the type of game he had against the colts in the divisional round one hundred twenty nine and was really the chiefs best offensive player. I do think Kansas City as our excuse me. New England has a secondary where they won't be able to completely slow down hill and Kelsey, but I think they can neutralize at least one of them. And that's just a nut kind of a nut. And bolts recent here reasons why I think the the patriots are going to win the game. If they don't I think, it's I think it's the first sign of trouble that the better days or in the rear view mirror and the patriots will still. Continue to be a good team. But the symbolism of losing this game to Patrick Mahomes will clearly show me that the NFL or more. Specifically, the AFC landscape has changed. It's been a conference. That's dominated by been dominated by Tom Brady Peyton Manning. And Ben Rothlisberger. Those are the teams that go to the Super Bowl just about every year. Brady's patriots. Whatever team Peyton Manning is playing for or the Steelers. The ravens have jumped into the fray a couple times, but for the most with with their defense, but for the most part it's been those three quarterbacks if it's Mahomes today than it signifies a changing of the guard. Roth Asperger's thirty seven years old Philip rivers. I'm convinced is never gonna do it now and you'll see Mahomes in his early twenties. As now the face of the conference and you'll go into seasons in my opinion, still thinking that the patriots because of the watered-down division. They plan in Brady has looked better here lately and figure he'll come back next year and still put up good numbers his season. Total numbers this year. Were by his standard bad. He was a slightly above average quarterback this year the year before that he was an MVP. The patriots will. They won eleven games which was their worst since two thousand nine. It would not shock me. If they came back next year and went like ten and six. I think the thirteen and three fourteen in two days are behind them. And if they lose it will show you again that they need hope field advantage in the playoffs to win. The LA times they've gone on the road and they've won. Two thousand one Kordell Stewart was the Steelers quarterback. Oh, four Ben was a rookie. Thousands six they ran into Peyton Manning on the road and Indy. The last the all the losses actually on the road are two manning to Denver games. Yeah. You got two thousand thirteen in two thousand fifteen two thousand thirteen when Peyton Manning was throwing fifty touchdown passes in two thousand fifteen when he couldn't throw the ball fifteen yards. But they had a great defense. And Brady's record on the road in the playoffs. If they lose this game. We'll drop the three and five and they were bad on the road this year three and five. All five losses to non playoff teams. And it's an important game. It's a really important game for New England. Because we've taken for granted. And we've come to accept that. They they get to this point every year. It's eight straight years. It's a complete presidential cycle. If you will. That's all we give our presidents eight years max. It's a complete run a high school and college for most people who don't need an extra semester or a year because they partied too hard. So that's what I think is on the line for them. It's gotta be hard for me if the patriots get blown out. It's going to be tough for me to think next year a year older with Brady gronkowski gone more brain drain the linebackers coach is going to get the dolphins job. But in one way, that's gonna make me like I'm a little bit more because he just figure the division is still an apt with Adam gays and. Brian Flora's running the dolphins. And he'll take the bills for what they are a team. That's still in my opinion is and close. That's what's on the line for the patriots. If they win this game. I think they can beat the NFC champ in two weeks. And the final chapter might be the perfect ending Brady won't write off into the sunset. He won't retire after a Super Bowl win. But what he will have done is put the patriots at the top of the mountain the franchise with the most Super Bowl wins tied with Pittsburgh. Eight five five two one two four CBS. That's eight five five two one two four two two seven talking about the AFC championship game right now. One of the things on the table is the quarterback match-up Mahomes versus Brady, and I've asked the question today, which quarterback would you rather have? Which quarterback is going to give his team the better chance to win this game. Is it gonna be Patrick Mahomes? Or is it going to be Tom Brady?.

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"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

06:17 min | 3 years ago

"tom brady peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"So. What would a loss mean to? The patriots. And their dynasty. I've been very pro on the patriots throughout the course of the show. If you're just finding me I feel like the patriots are going to beat Kansas City. I've laid out some reasons why I'm going to go with experience over talent, Mahomes has not impressed me. The last month. He hasn't thrown for three hundred yards in his last four games against the colts. He didn't complete a pass over twenty yards. I don't think the run game is going to be there for the chiefs. I don't see Damian Williams having the type of game he had against the colts in the divisional round went for one hundred twenty nine and was really the chiefs best offensive player. I do think Kansas City as our excuse me. New England has a secondary where they won't be able to completely slow down hill and Kelsey, but I think they can neutralize at least one of them. And that's just a, you know, nut kind of a nut and bolts reason. In here. Reasons why I think the patriots are going to win the game. If they don't I think, it's I think it's the first sign of trouble that the better days are in the rear view mirror and the patriots will still continue to be a good team. But the symbolism of losing this game to Patrick Mahomes will clearly show me that the NFL or more. Specifically, the AFC landscape has changed. It's been a conference. That's dominated by been dominated by Tom Brady Peyton Manning. And Ben Rothlisberger. Those are the teams that go to the Super Bowl just about every year. Brady's patriots whatever team Peyton Manning playing four or the Steelers. The ravens have jumped into the fray a couple of times but for the most with with their defense. But for the most part it's been those three quarterbacks if it's Mahomes today than it signifies a changing of the guard. Rob Asperger's thirty seven years old, Philip rivers. I'm convinced is never going to do it now and you'll see Mahomes in his early twenties. As now the face of the conference and you'll go into seasons in my opinion, still thinking that the patriots because of the water down division. They plan in Brady has looked better here lately. And you figure he'll come back next year and still put up good numbers his season. Total numbers this year. We're by his standard bad. He was a slightly above average quarterback this year the year before that he was an MVP. The patriots will. They won eleven games, which was their worst. Since two thousand nine would not shock me. If they came back next year in went like ten and six. I think the thirteen and three fourteen in two days are behind them. And if they lose it will show you again that they need home field advantage in the playoffs to win. The only times they've gone on the road. And they've won two thousand one Kordell Stewart was the Steelers quarterback. Oh, four Ben was a rookie. Two thousand six they ran into Peyton Manning on the road in Indy. The last the all the losses actually on the road are two manning to Denver games. Yeah. You got two thousand thirteen in two thousand fifteen two thousand thirteen when Peyton Manning was throwing fifty touchdown passes in two thousand fifteen when he couldn't throw the ball fifteen yards. But they had a great defense. And Brady's record on the road in the playoffs. If they lose this game. We'll drop the three and five and they were bad on the road this year three and five. All five losses to non playoff teams. It's an important game. It's a really important game for New England. Because we've taken for granted. And we've come to accept that. They get to this point every year. It's eight straight years. It's a complete presidential cycle. If you will. That's all we give our presidents eight years max. It's a complete run a high school and college for most people who don't need an extra semester or a year because they partied too hard. So that's what I think is on the line for them. It's going to be hard for me if the patriots get blown out it's going to be tough for me to think next year a year older with Brady gronkowski gone more brain drain the linebackers coach is going to get the dolphins job. But in one way, that's gonna make them a little bit more because you just figure the division is still an apt with Adam gays and. Brian Florez running the dolphins. And, you know, take the bills for what they are a team that's still in my opinion, isn't close. That's what's on the line for the patriots. If they win this game. I think they can beat the NFC champ in two weeks. And the final chapter might be the perfect ending Brady won't write off into the sunset you won't retire after a Super Bowl win. But what he will have done is put the patriots at the top of the mountain the franchise with the most Super Bowl wins tied with Pittsburgh. Eight five five two one two four CBS. That's eight five five two one two four two two seven talking about the AFC championship game right now. What are the things on the table is the quarterback match-up Mahomes versus Brady, and I've asked the question today, which quarterback would you rather have? Which quarterback is going to give his team the better chance to win this game. Is it going to be Patrick Mahomes? Or is it going to be Tom Brady?.

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