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"trent dilfer" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Let's jump right back into our conversation. So did you not get the attention you know from the two dad phase of like 'cause it sounded like Dad saw you your biological dad but your Stepdad. Maybe didn't see you and it was more about performance and I'm making some leaps here but there are some leaps and I get this and cooking. You know about me. I've gone through a lot of counseling and we'll get into the biggest chapter my life. Which is the pain chapter? So I'm done a lot of this deep digging into my life through trained professionals. Great Ones You yourself. Being one of them I can't point back to any neglected by my parents. I can't blame them for anything like I have. My Dad filled this part of my soul which I value my stepdad unbelievable. He was awesome. I can't think of anything we didn't do for me. My mom was amazing. Now my step mom. We didn't get along great but she was a bad person I don't know I. My wife asked me the question. You know why have you done some of the stuff you don't? I don't know maybe that's what I'm searching for. I mean they were digging something. I don't know why some destructive behavior I've had in my life has popped up because I I have nobody to blame. I don't have one of these stories where you know abuse physical or otherwise caused me to go do something. Most of my destruction has been. I guess I chose. I chose it. Yeah well you have high agency so that makes sense to me that you you see yourself as being somebody who has Volition control of oneself right like you have. High efficacy in agency is the word that keeps coming up. It's a little bit of weird word. Like you believe that you can make a difference in Your Life. So of course you're not gonNA take adopt a victim role it doesn't suit your narrative doesn't suit your your approach to life so You know there's probably something to continue to explore there but that's not the purpose of this conversation nor the purpose of maybe even life. I think he is. I'm not so convinced. We need to understand the whys like traditional psychotherapy would say. Let's go explore that stuff you know and I'm more interested in like what was and then. How are you applying that and building towards the next iteration of you like the the That sounds so technical. But it's like I'm the way I think about it is that I have a sense of who I am and I also at my best and I'm trying to be closely aligned to that in everything that I do. It's not like my best. Is something out there. It's like it's just less available than I'd like it to be. And when I'm right when I'm fully aligned with it it's like Oh yeah there is. There is there. It is and sometimes. That's good sometimes. It's years you know. Sometimes you're nature We'll pull you away from what's your best at so for instance. I know I'm best serving. I know I'm best teaching. I know I'm best giving but also I'm very selfish and I'll get allow myself to go down to push real. Let's call it self gratification through activities so golf you know. I'm a was a very golfer. Used to play golf. I would go on these. Okay I like this. Oh I got to play teen. Oh Sun was great. Oh I got to go to club. I'm going on a golf trip. And then next thing you know three months. I look back and I haven't given I haven't served. I haven't taught because I go just as simple. What I'm saying is my selfish. Nature would pull me away from. Doing what I know is my best. Yeah I think or you more disciplined than me. Don't let that happen. No no for me. It's like it's more subtle Because my business is about giving and so what it ends up looking like for me is I pour into my business and At the neglect of some of the other experiences that I want to give to as well and so yeah and so for me. It's like this more subtle invisible line which makes it in some cases trickier because it's like hiding behind the benevolence giver in business. You know but actually it's feeding me in other ways that are also duly destructive encounter ways. And so yeah. I think what I would newer speaking what I was thinking as. I wonder if people listening are being able to recognize the depth of the work. You've done to have the clarity to make it simple and to have the freedom to say. Here's my warts on the talk about all of them. Here's my mistakes I'm trying to sort it out and I don't really know but I wonder if people can recognize it 'cause if you're not careful it would sound so simple but a lot of work you've been through and you want you're not simple but the amount of work you've been through is deep and rich well and now that chapter is climbing Clyde. Spent my career climbing 'cause anybody any climber knows there's a. Lotta falling right when you climb.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais
"Bay buccaneers the Seattle seahawks. Cleveland Browns San Francisco Forty niners and the Baltimore Ravens when he was with the Ravens. Who was part of the team that won in? Super Bowl thirty five and had a pretty dominant wind. Thirty four seven over the New York. Giants try I met at a program called elite eleven. And it's the premier quarterback camp. It's a nationwide search for the top eleven quarterbacks in the country going into college and he you know he's got this amazing store and that's really what this podcast conversations about. He's a mentor for so many young men and this conversation we discuss his journey to the NFL. That's all part of it. And what he learned about himself along the way and how that ultimately led him to wanting to now what he's doing right now. Is the coach High School football and you might recognize one of his stops along the way that he was one of the voices for. Espn for Monday night. Football he understands football in and out. He understands the quarterback position and this conversation is about so much more than football. It's almost an excuse to talk about relationships. And he and I have known each other for longtime that'll you'll hear that conversation but this is really about the stuff that he's made of in. Trent Loki has some phenomenal parenting advice. That I'm definitely going to start using moving forward as well in one more thing here as we adjust to this new normal one thing that continues to be an obstacle is the mission at the grocery store. I don't know if you know about one of our sponsors thrive market but if you're looking to avoid being crammed in the aisle near someone else that you're not quite sure if they're carrier or not and all of the stress that comes with it and not suggesting that that is your way that you go to the grocery store kind is my way. I've absolutely loving thrive market and really. I couldn't recommend it enough. I've talked about him a bunch. But it's an online membership based market and they're on a mission to make healthy living as easy and affordable as they can for everybody in they what they do. Is they offer high quality healthy sustainable products and thousands of wholesome food and home and beauty products that are curated just for members in what I love about. It is that you know. Sometimes you go down aisles and grocery stores and you're looking for you know like the sections but you don't necessarily know which products are sustainable organic Which ones donate at one percent of their companies to charities or nonprofits said? That's what these folks do thrive market. It's amazing and so I find myself getting some fish from them. I get Household supplements and supplies from them. And really what I'm doing is I'm committing to those that are giving and I'm also making sure that I'm doing With products that are sustainable. Meaning that they're not really thoughtful about the environment and organic as well. So you ain't put those are just my lenses. They've got like I don't know twenty lenses that you can filter through to get the products and the companies that you want to support and how about this. The CEO just donated all his money to charity for Kobe. As well and I don't I think it was just one month. Maybe it's a couple of months but these types of companies. I hope that your company is doing something like this or your family's doing something. That is mindful and thoughtful about others and these are the companies. I want to support..
Washington, D.C. - After Months Of Speculation, Chase Young Is Coming Home
"Yeah this is pretty exceptional moment the Redskins wealth truly by virtue of the losing season last year end up with a great pick in the draft and they picked chase young tells about chase young he's a local boy and that his defense or not yeah and I could not find one expert analysts that didn't think he was the best player in the draft didn't think that he is basically a hall of fame potential I mean it's all there for the young man so if you think about the Redskins and some of the topics in their history of the draft they could have just landed maybe the biggest fish of them all and he's right he's right here with just a math that he played at Alabama he is bully exactly right I'm sorry my favorite FDA he was going to happen but the funny thing they could do hello at you last year and and we were laughing because we're like and they can go if you have the again this year but when you change young was going to be an absolute no brainer taking him at number two there had been some teams that were aggressive to try to move up to get them and the Redskins you said no dance night and the coach Ron Rivera they were all in on young and then they did it was a drama free night for the rest yeah and they landed the guy they wanted with the guy they really needed it wasn't position I need the defense while you know they had trouble rushing the quarterback last year they basically well I have a pretty talented defensive line already they had more needs on an offense but they get the pass rusher that everybody wanted to take very exciting you can tell I was up late eating out the very first round when I when I replace Alabama for you know if you feel fine I would actually have an event that was happening live and in reality you know like a reality show type event again in sports that we can keep it wait for you know you mentioned you mentioned that he's going to fill a role where they didn't really have that big of a need for how does that affect with how he how he meshes with the rest of the team and how they see him especially the other guys on the defensive line like wait a minute why do we need this guy yeah we're doing okay yeah you know what though Matt I noticed he had he was a late like fifth round draft pick he led the team exactly in half getting the quarterback is basically for the defense you know just tell new number one and they didn't do it they were tenth in the league in fact they didn't do it at the rate they wanted to last year so he immediately will make them better if he stays healthy of course and on the defensive guys they were all tweeting just they're just absolutely last night the reaction has just been you know this is unbelievable welcome home brother you know he actually is like ten miles from fed ex field and fifty miles from aspen where he grew up in upper Marlboro so if elected is that kind of a really cool story for change on to be with the Burgundy and gold and he said it would be on he told ahead of time he was he didn't want to like take it for granted because it even though every mock draft has the right to take young young said it would be honored to play for the Burgundy and call yeah I saw pictures of his father apparently came out even before the Redskins it announced it publicly we told the crowd gathered outside the house last night these go with the Redskins which is awesome so Carol that you talk about like you know powering up a defense that was already headed in the direction of strength the history of the NFL including in recent history the sometimes defensively dominant teams become overwhelmingly dominant teams even if the offense isn't performing at the same pace now you mean the world about the ramen you know when they can win with Trent Dilfer even when I was a great defense yeah so I think you know came in and he always did it for him the draft is always clear focus not need focused so he want to get somebody he thinks of the first pick a first round pick for any team should have hall of fame potential sure and I believe you know it's funny because you're looking at the history of great contrast maybe Sammy Baugh and Gerald green at the top right of the people they packed both picked in the first round not as high as chief Sammy Baugh you know with a six pack and does your green but the twenty eighth pick the bottom first rounders you get a chance young at number two who Unisys is putting a lot of pressure and expectations are young man but who by all accounts and all scattered reports could be an absolute team changer and that's what Rivera said he's like it just makes our defense better it makes our team better and to have that kind of excitement I'll get a lot of people around here who may be gave up on the right hand side three and thirteen last year maybe drinking the Kool
"trent dilfer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"You said that Trent Dilfer name with with a little disdain all I love I love Trent Dilfer just like you know don't let his ring Bruce your hand if you ever meet him and shake his hand his Super Bowl championship ring yeah I know he's a Superbowl champ. he that guy he used to be a regular guest on the Carmen in your call show he was in studio with us numerous times Trent Dilfer is a great great guy great Trent Dilfer is the guy I know that NFL fans point to that I rode a dominant defense he was part of that ravens team led by ray Lewis to the Superbowl it was all about defense and he was the guy that wrote their coat tails to win that Superbowl you just try and take back to Danny on Trent Dilfer like I didn't know who Trent Dilfer was did somebody tweet you that text you that I don't have it sorry neither come with you. she's Trent Dilfer is that I know I'm supposed to read the. Trent Dilfer I'm not saying that I'm saying is when you've denigrated him I didn't any great and. do you even listen to your own show on let's take a minute because I'm only coming at you now because you try to take that be stopped. next thing you look at me I'm not trucks on the on the computer. listen the call suggested for a deal for the call you all up on with your fat fingers I wanted to compare matricule for I'd just portrayed the message to you and now you're giving me a take that for being the middle man all I said was there was a little disdain I know just stared. I didn't. feel that you gave Trent Dilfer the wrists practice no results were not in the. business Kaplan his defense won a Superbowl and he was along for the ride back to you hold on I'm looking at his record he was in Baltimore for one season. he won a Superbowl writing the defense the only started a game and I know it is a bull riding the defense quarterback he threw for fifty nine point three per completion percentage fifteen hundred and two yards he had eleven interceptions he had twelve TV's so maybe I denigrated and more so for dimes. anyway all right let's don't you. three minutes was not on the radio. you know you could go back in time yeah you would not have offered me to take that over such a boneheaded statement maybe shot all right let's move on let's start with the copies in The Boston Globe Alex beer or is it spire Alex Speier Alex spiral that feel and seen as an intriguing name to take over the red Sox he was several reasons for that the move would make sense the is from that area he enjoyed great success there in the past he has a great relationship with many people now in the front office and it represents a type of challenge the old loves I ask you gentlemen shot or no shot if the Boston Red Sox call the cubs for permission to meet feel the cubs would permit such a conversation. wow..
"trent dilfer" Discussed on First Class Fatherhood
"Don't try to one thing that i think that i had my three boys first and then my girl and i definitely discipline my daughter differently than i do. You know my boys. What's what type of disciplinarian <hes> have. You been as father with the girls growing up or you spanker hi. How did you kind of handle discipline combination everything <hes> when we did spank. We made sure we did it. <hes> with the understanding that it was not a the anger that it was a consequence <hes> through a decision that they had made <hes>. We talked it through with them. We prayed with them before <hes> <hes> you know we never wanted to be <hes> hel- like it was some type of <hes> physical violence. It was more just a consequence to report. We didn't have to do it very often. <hes> oh timeouts were huge thing for us. <hes> it was more just kinda. Hey if you choices decisions consequences he made a choice made a bad decision. There's a consequence to it and you know as things became. Ah they start having more things <hes> it was easier to make those consequences <hes> more severe whether it be a cell phone or taking away my kids were athletes taking away practice time if they lost practice time and actually they'd miss gametime because approaches wouldn't want them to play the games that they weren't a practice <hes> camps <hes> extracurriculars friendship time whatever it was and and honestly you know disciplined us was more of a <hes> a teaching moment we tried to teach through the disciplinary moments instead of just locking them in a room and oh you can't have stuff yeah yeah yeah good stuff and trying to do like to ask the n._f._l. Guys i mean you're coaching high school football. Now you've been around the game your all my for a struggle for a lot of down. Here is whether or not decided to let their kids play tackle football and everything that we know now about dangers of it <hes>. How do you feel about young kids playing contact football. What's a good age to start why you brought up something. That may not necessarily true. I don't think people do no. I think they've been lie hi to last five years. I think there's new studies coming out saying football's not that dangerous i would encourage people to read the new literature the new medical journals the new books on that actually balanced re shirt research and not tinted research agenda driven research and football's never been and safer not even close <hes> you know technology's better with helmets tackling methods are way better practice best practices in terms of practices so much better <hes> heat acclimation and states that it's hot <hes> coaching betting associations i can go on and on and on but football's never ever even been close to the safe now say that my parents didn't let me play. My dad was a football coach. Since i was fourteen that was just there is bigger than most kids. They didn't want to hurt other or kids. Just gives my physical size <hes> but i you know we haven't sixth grade team and i tell the parents all the same thing. I don't care whether you play flag. Were you play tackle. I do wanna be part of a team. I think that's the greatest thing about football. It's it's it's a team dynamic like none other <hes> if the kid is physically mature enough and can carry. What can you carry your helmets for you strong enough to not be a bobble head when you put that helmet on <hes> then i think it's a it's a safe foale..
Nick, Daniel Jones And Giants discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"Did you think of the pick of Daniel Jones and the fit for him with Shurmur and the giants? Yeah. Again, like most of my answers is long winded and complex, but I liked the fit. I hate where he was picked. I mean, his play has potential is not justified six pick of the draft. I think very Nick that's a consensus. He was not overly productive. He's not overly talented. He didn't win at a hike whip. You didn't necessarily get the best from the least even do the things for productivity standpoint to justify that pick. Nor does the talent. Just he's a good athlete. Not an elite athlete. He's a good thrower. He's not a great thrower. He's a really good leader.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"It's. Go ahead. Went back and read news clippings from the twenty seventeen drafts on here. He goes to we should've taken a break. Just tell you something about about Mitchell that just him three colon. That's a reach pick. He's a small kid from a small school. Oh jackson. He's off of Jackson. Always. I mean. Yeah. You worry about guys that are injury prone. But me, I always liked four some of these guys and for two years later, they look like idiots. So when people are ripping Daniel Jones, he may stick. He may be horrible. Guess what? Dave Gettleman way more homework than any of us have if he believes this guy going in two years if they're all good. He'll he'll be able to power that in his chest. Pretty good because he's getting a visceral by just about everybody. Every major quote unquote analyst is saying what was they've got him into right? But if he's good or for any of them, I mean, each one of their picks everybody's questioning I mean Mel was killing them like what what draft were they doing? We dave. Tender. I watched the the audio. We have it. I have the audio. I watched the video, but we have the audio of Bill Tobin riffing Kuyper back in the day. He didn't take Trent Dilfer. I think something like he thought he should've taken Trent Dilfer, and he didn't. And he took a linebacker and built like jump Zach I ever held. It's such great audio such great take. Instead, it was a good linebacker. No, not a whole Famer anything Trent Dilfer is not a hall of fame. Essential for won the Super Bowl guys come on. Let's listen. When Trubisky was a Super Bowl, you're going to see Trubisky won the Super Bowl Trent Dilfer won a Super Bowl. Yeah. It was twenty five years ago that who the hell is Mel kiper is the audio USA today did a thing when he ended up drafting. Jeff George was who he said he should've taken or colts on the number two overall pick acquired the number seven after trading. Oh, they traded. Jeff, jordan. Mel Cooper said they should've taken Trent Dilfer that that was Mel kiper stance. And I don't know really they took instead. But then told them went on this rant about how his neighbor who's a postman who doesn't even own season. Tickets to an NFL team would have known better than to take tragic. Selected tread.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Yeah. What's up? Welcome to part three of our backup TV stories from dual threat and the ring. I'm your host Ryan russillo. And final two you were going to be great today. We have Trent Dilfer Super Bowl winner. And I'll admit before he became a guy. I'd like to call a friend. He was the life raft of arguments for people that would look at their team and say our teams. Doesn't agree quarterback? But we can still wanna Super Bowl. Look what the ravens did with Trent Dilfer. Well, Dilfer I think has a better career than some people realize actually finished over five hundred which is an all on him and his records. Incredible. Because of that great ravens team, and it was the greatest single defense. I've ever seen at least for one season. And yes, you can put the eighty five bears in there. But I just I was nine. So I didn't really it didn't really sink in with me as much as ten wait a minute little air there. We don't have to edit that one out Kyle because this is going to be such a good deal here from Dilfer his struggles as hotshot QB his struggles with coaches his struggles with himself personal tragedy. The animosity had to get over becoming best friends with a guy who's competing with as incredible story. I knew for a great storyteller. And he was terrific. Here's Trent Dilfer just excited to call this guy friend, and I'm really lucky actually throughout this entire backup quarterback series that we've run through here that. Have a personal relationship with most? But I'm very close to train deal for and I'm almost I feel like I need to apologize for introducing you as part of our backup qb stories because you start a heck of a lot more than some of the other guys that we've talked to. But let's go back to that time. You're Fresno your big kid beat USC in the bowl game. You're nineteen Ninety-three stats are incredible Ugo sixth overall in nineteen ninety four. Did you think down like I'm the man? And I'm about to light this league on fire. Beyond that. I mean sofa myself, so narcissistic at the time as I say a legend in my own mind, you know, at the time what we'd done in Fresno and the amount of dude by played with. I mean, you know, we had a bunch of dudes go and play that up a wide receiver running back. It just was easy. You know? So I figured well football's easy, then why wouldn't it be the next level? And then I think the biggest thing that happens is people start speaking nonsense in your life. You don't surround yourself on the truth Keller's, and I had people that is round myself with that were just telling me how great I was going to be and just della me, you know, sky's limit you, everyone the best ever, and I know not to believe him, right? Because I felt that way about myself, and they were telling me those things, and I was immature area mature. But I had that ability. You know to be the poser fake maturity, I bake this dictation, I could they kinda politician a deep down. I just insecure kid that was out over skis. But at the same time fought there's nothing I couldn't do often visible stamp when I laugh every year, we hear these combine numbers out. Great numbers are I mean, hourly trained for the combine two hundred and forty pounds rent or six something, and you know, I can squat whatever he asked me squat bench. Whatever asked me to bench. I get football every hour. Ours. Wanna throw it back? Then it was just more of the dude..
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Enter dual threat at checkout. Abba, have them back. Second time on threat. He is retired quarterback. But he's he's kind of the best guy to talk about these guys. And he's also with John branks, and the soul and science. You can check that out at Solan science dot com and a longtime elite eleven head coach Trent Dilfer what's up, man. Man, fun to do this. I know I just have a million questions, and I know that you've been prepped. So I do want to start with as somebody who's watched probably every Brady game here. I noticed that it does look different and by different. I mean, less than what we should expect. And it doesn't mean that he's he's pushed off the cliff here but the red zone numbers. Some of the throws were I thought that Pickety through against Pittsburgh's one of the worst. I've ever seen a make off the heels of him not understanding clock in distance situation against Miami end the first half. What are you seeing from Brady, and and what should pats fans expect? Yeah. Let's put it in context. I think you're probably like me. It's not when I say as bad when I was saying over when I thing, you know, put him out to pasture any of that stuff. It does look different the word. I've been using that looks less precise. That fares are your Icees to probably. Yeah. I just never like I mean, it's just weird to be spoiled to see a guy throw the football for as many years. And anytime it was a bad throw is soon. It was somebody else's fault. Because it kind of always. I mean think about that. I could watch him step into a throw. And I would know how open the guy was going to be, you know. I mean, that's that's peak. Brady, why wouldn't have to see what's going on down the field always gonna hit this for thirty yards. I can tell exactly am sorry. I'm like, I'm not being Homer here. It's just how much I watched the guy, you know. Oh, yeah. I've watched were studied every game ever played it. So trust me. I get it. I think as I've studied it. And I went back last week after the Miami thing that rebels on got me couldn't understand how he would make that mistake at the end of the half and just start, you know, going through it brush first and then really kinda got into the nitty gritty the granular stuff. And here's kind of what I found is that he still has tremendous arm talent, he is still incredibly accurate, especially on certain types of throws. He's still processes at a rate that I don't know if I've ever seen in the history of football, maybe Peyton maybe breeze. Maybe rivers process at that. Speed is decision making is still super super super clean for the most part? The biggest thing I'm seeing and connects they're still fifth in offense and seven points. So it's not. Like what they've done is bad. But this been different than a different patriots off it. It's been more to back runs Centric play action. Extended drops down. He'll stop a lot of perimeter throats. More perimeter throws being outside the numbers than I've ever seen by the patriots. Again. None of this is bad. It's just different you go back and you put on pickier when he is on fire one of his stretches where he throws thirteen touchdowns daughter sections. He's still on I seventy five percent clip. I mean, there's countless stretches of offense these have like that it's different than what they're doing this year. It was more spread out almost always single back off that repre- receivers tied it on the field or multiple versions of that. Or may Shanley spreads. You hundred abound. -gree more, motions shifts create matchup and more of.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Dual Threat with Ryen Russillo
"Slash Ryan r. y. e. n. ZipRecruiter the smartest way to hire Super Bowl. Champ Trent Dilfer. What's going on with Mahomes? What are we seeing here you go, Ryan. I wanted to wait and see more before you make some big brash comment. But I don't know if I can. I think we're seeing once in a generation type talent that also has a surrounding cast that is very good. Assist them. That is five years ahead of everybody else. I see nothing but great things from Patrick Mahomes and it's not just the physical stuff now. Listen. I'm like everybody else or my jaw drops when he runs left and contorts his body and scissor kicks and throws it back to the right and I've, I was best play Monday night was when he scrambled was left right after that rip fire in the back of the. Endzone and the receiver dropped it a moose chess. It's not just the play making. It's the craft. It's how advanced fee is at a young age as a passer. It's the manipulation he does with his eyes. He dictates terms with his is it's tying his feet to his is when he gets to progression. So instead of moving his head one way to speak but are following late, it's his is, is feet move together. Cult married, they're married, togethers, get progression. It's just command at the line of scrimmage, he's changing protections and singling to receivers. He's making audibles. Everybody does that every day it's plain fast and playing slow. When you play fast tempo, you have to process information quicker about a twitchy, my more than capacity. When you play slow, it's more about capacity. It's more.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"You don't know that well and gets normal, but better. I look around at a place like this, and that's the thing that I think about it would be hard to be angry no matter how you play golf. If you're walking around here playing golf, like it would be hard to be angry. All right. So on your bucket list, who have you not played golf with that? You'd like to. Not never really give not. A lot of thought I've played with most of the people I wanna play with. Who's been your tiger? I mean, I think everybody wants play a tiger just to see it. I followed him. I've been in the ropes watching them play and it's a different sound. It's a different vibe. I ain't playing with them would obviously be a thrill maybe Jack Nicklaus just because the grace of all time and and to hear stories and then outlier, I don't know. You know what? Roger Staubach Roger, Staubach. So of my all time favorite people, he my hero growing up. I don't know him that well, I've met him a few times. I loved play on a golf with him as well. And at tournaments that you've been in the people that you've played with, what's been your favorite Gulf moment? Who played a term in San Diego used to be called the Stan Humphries. Now it's the Marshall Faulk tournament and I was, you know, Rick Rhoden who's alleged John celebrity golf one. You know ten more terms than the rest of us come by mean him or in the neck and neck the final day. And we were pulling away from the field and I shot sixty to the last day to beat them. And that's probably my highlight of my crops kinda got silly with the putter shot night and under he shot sixty seven. So it's not like ran away with it, but you did Henrik sense the shuttle sixty two. So that's still that's my claim to fame in golf. I've way more eighty two thousand sixty, but it just keeps coming back. Let you go. I'm curious about this with everybody to and we're talking to Trent Dilfer. How did you come to golf? Like how is it every story? I got, I got in trouble when I was twelve. I'm not gonna say how because it's pretty embarrassing. And my mom was so mad at me. She didn't know what to do with me for the summer. So the guy got busted with Mike fuller who's now schoolteacher in San Francisco. My mom and his moment. Optus off this public golf course in watsonville California every morning, like eight in the morning, give us a few bucks. We had my grandma's clubs, these old Wilson's staff. We shared the bag. This leather old carry bag. We'd find or golf balls where the breakfast, lunch and dinner with a few bucks with fine, golf balls, teas, all that stuff, and they'd pick us up dark. That was our punishment. I was gonna say, this was a punishment. Yeah. So I play. I was always meant hold on, but when she first did it what you like, what. I was pissed and then it became like, mom, I can't believe you're doing this to me. Again, wink, wink, wink, wink. And I was home Watson. He was Jack Nicklaus. We played one on one the whole summer. We started this summer. We couldn't get it thirty yards by then in the summer. I sit in flop shots, and that's where I developed my short game. I've really good short game, always have have good hands. Can putt ship it, flopped shots at low ones, and it was because the club we fell in love with was the sandwich, and it had the whole middle was all worn out the we'd bury the ball bunkers and try to get up and down. We'd put it in the bushes. We'd hit it from ninety eight yards and eight yards. Never really learned how to drive it, that will still struggle with that, but I could get it up and down from a phone booth. And that's because it twelve years old. That's what I fell in love with. See, here's the deal nowadays pairs that they get the kids ipads back in the day. Drago play golf course. What a great story we. Out of the house. I did the same thing. I put the ipad in the window so that if you stand by this look at your ipad, but you're not playing with it. So that's awesome. Just so you know, we're friends with nNcholas, so we might be able to love that. I make it threat..
"trent dilfer" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"You fifteen percent or more. Lock back to Matty and caddy earlier. Trent Dilfer elite eleven used to be a colleague of ours at ESPN, one of the smartest football guys out there by the way, watching him on the driving range. He's got just as good as Gulf swing as he does breaking down up and coming quarterbacks coming from the high school level to the collegiate level, but his story of how he picked up the game of golf is fascinating threat. What is it? We were in a pro-am last week and then our group with with George Lopez. It was Dan Orlovsky. It was boomer size and it was a couple of other quarterbacks. What is it about you quarterbacks that make golf sometimes look so easy. It's he's the quarterback that complaints, never easy. I think our exhilarate time that we're not, you know, when we left and we work out and we work long hours but also have auxiliary time, our bodies don't need to recover as much these linemen these tight ends. He's backs and they're throw around iron. They're beating their bodies all year. They can't go out in the afternoon and play around the golf. They're just got too much soreness. That's one of the reasons I think and analytically if it's our minds, I, it's very strategic and then technically, you know, throwing his technical thing and people can dismiss mechanics all they want. But you look at the hall of fame, all their mechanics are the same. If you look at the best guys now best college guys best high school guys, there's about six movements in the throwing motion that are consistent with all great passers. So you have to be dialed in to that mechanical. I that technique I in golf is very technical. So I think the challenge of that is fascinating for us. What's the most nervous that you've ever been Incan compare a football game to teen it up. In front of a crowd, the two most, the two moments I've been most nervous was nineteen ninety six or seven. We're planning a golf tournament in New Jersey called the Cadillac with all the senior tour players in the first hoses downhill tight hole in the thousands of people lining the fairways and you had to iron hand. I thought I was gonna kill somebody. That's number one. And number two, what happened? I got it in the fairway. Little chunk. Yeah, yeah, not to kill any twelve year olds. And then here I would say multiple times here at Edgewood in this turn amount where you feel great, you're comfortable. You don't feel nervous. The next new, you have an eight footer and your hands or shaking, or you're up on the t. and you know your pre shot routine and your mind singing about everything, but your pre shot routine, both those are ten x more nerve racking than any time ever in football. You know, we talk about it all the time Trent. How Gulf for whatever reason you could be a CEO you could be a politician. You could be Justin Timberlake. You could be Aaron Rodgers. Golf is the great connector of all of us. Why is that. I think one, I think all those types of people are competitive there for performance driven, and there's a certain level of I can compete with you at this. I mean, I'd be able to compete with your in your field, but I can can be with you out here. That's good. Yeah. And then it's a four and a half hour walk. And if you have any sense to whatsoever, you're going to connect with the people next to that you're playing with and you're going to dive into conversation that you may not have it at dinner party, and there's an intimacy to play in four and a half hours of golf at a place like this with people..
"trent dilfer" Discussed on The Golf Podcast
"My worst wait and never Lee number trials, but yeah, so you know, then it just became hit that one good shot. And it's like, man, you chase it trying to find trying to say. That felt good. And then you start to realize, man. This this game was pretty cool, very competitive. You know, players on the team plays play it and they have about ninety. But I got hurt in one thousand nine hundred. Nine tore my seal is when I was rehabbing as when I would really, really took the golf started. Just kind of reading golf magazine's, watching. You know, the addiction, the addiction started putting chipping with twenty, he'll. And then when I came back man, it was on it was just go full bore man. So who's the dude you're most proud of beating on the golf course? To be. Yeah. What was the one moment where you like? I've been waiting to whoop. Does. I'm still waiting. Best. I love to be done. I love to be John man, but my best score I was one over par seventy three. Yeah, yeah, that was my best. But that was after I retired and I got into golf, got to coach my back. My coaches here, STAN sairs was my first coach and so we, this was my routine. We'd get up in the morning, do short game stuff. You know, play eighteen holes, comeback have lunch practice again, play eighteen holes. I did that for like a month when I retired, and so my score, it actually got worse before it gets better. And then all of a sudden it just clicked. Yeah, and all of a sudden men and my scores are sorta dropping and just started shooting. And it was really just more of course management and is learning how to play golf instead of just thinking every shot. You know, you can hit every shot. There's some thought behind it, right? Which I didn't have that before. So once I got that and just being able to understand, okay, you don't need to try to make a hero shot. They'll do the odds of you making the shot to pull it off as slim. So why even try it. So it was a lot of that man, but then my boss, right. He became a lot better and I got. Really good at it. And then I started getting to a point where I'm like, man, I was obsessed with it, and I started spending too much time on a golf course. And would just, but then what happened with our plateaued? I wasn't getting any better. I started getting a little worse and I'm like, wow, if I did all this and all I'm doing now is here. Yeah. What is it gonna take for me to go there and I realize I cannot do that. So it just became fun for me to play the game and just be good enough to get around the course and I didn't care about being a scratch golfer or anything like that. If actually, you know eighties or mid seventies, so that's straight round was off on. That's fun. Golfer, I Davis you made time for us. You got to get out of here. It kills me. We got to let you know, man. I'll be, I'll be back. Okay. I'll be honest. You come a whole bunch of time. Thanks, man. Appreciate you coming up. Next we're going to hear from Trent Dilfer who by the way, the only reason he took up golf was because of something that happened at.
Backup quarterbacks take center stage at latest Super Bowls
"Double, coverage with Seth, Dunlap live and local on WWL call 504-260-1870 or text, eight, seventy, eight, seventy We got a little superstitious audience tonight's welcome back? We're talking about again the unthinkable. What happens when the unthinkable, happens to the saints, injury to drew we don't want. That to happen obviously it haunts are nightmares. But the best organizations the best? Teams prepare for that here's the tax from the nine eight five why, even make this a subject why even put. Drew, an injury in the same, sentence words are powerful. Be careful what you speak into the air yeah I'm not a superstitious guy I'm not I don't control the injuries. You, know I'm not an ex-man Wish I were that'd be, pretty cool apparently. Had been a marvel film and making billions of dollars but I'm not. So I. Don't control the injuries nor. The fates, of any NFL player Something we gotta talk about something the best general managers and coaches do Here's. The texts in the five zero four? No. Breeze, no, way, no. Playoffs no wins first pick in the draft yes well five oh four I would challenge you to well challenge your opinion on this a little bit because. History actually tells us that it's not as hard as we might think if you have the depth and the talent across, the roster in place to win a Super Bowl with a backup quarterback Know, that's, not. A storyline and just thrown around a lot but in the history of the National Football League there have now been ten ten teams win a Super Bowl. With a backup quarterback and number's incredible that is one of about every five Super Bowls or one with a backup quarterback Here's the list. We saw last year with the Philadelphia Eagles and with Nick foles replacing Carson Wentz We had the patriots beating. The Rams in Super Bowl thirty. Six with Tom Brady super subbing for. Drew Bledsoe year before that so happened back to back years. Trent Dilfer Tony Banks was the starter there wasn't Dilfer, Dilfer was eight. Career journeyman a. Backup there he came in and the raven straddled the giants thirty four to seven Kurt, Warner the year before that people forget Kurt Warner wasn't the starter Trent. Green started the season for the. Ramps Kurt Warner comes in guidances team..
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Trent dilfer has compared him to he a whole lot different between there's not there is not a whole lot of difference between baker mayfield and trace macfarlane mcsorley mix early i'm sorry so i sit here and i'm like wait a minute now i'll see all that i'll see all that i mean yeah they wrote around a lot but baker mayfield is looking to throw the ball he not looking to run all the time just say and i know mcsorley has he's played well he but he likes he he'll take off and run real quick known for that any throws helium both but hey he gets the job done and he was he was the little engine that keeps it going he threw for thirty five seventy so three thousand five hundred seventy yards and twenty eight touchdowns in two thousand seventeen wow he threw for more yards than i thought he did then he thought he would so i mean that's the first time i've i've seen that he was a high i mean trent dilfer thinks he's a heisman front runner and i don't i wouldn't say front runner i think more the product of being a quarterback on team that's supposed to be pretty good is what will keep them and again he he does he's the the dual threat that they need because yeah he's a good a good a pretty good runner and he.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on First Draft
"Our internal this case in terms of case clean them he had this arm hit ninety ninety podcasts of brain bring of trent dilfer and the baltimore ravens distorted little glory days out there for me i got hit out of the park todd where you've educates keno has been a problem and that's the reason why they also case get why did in case it all hates kate terrible case kanye's armpit when it's pick six by goes back to that gave us a seven nothing eagle lead we case kenyan threw a touchdown pass on the road at philadelphia and look like hey they're going to roll their alerts seven hours and all of a sudden the picks six well the pick six was created by pressure who they in the draft malcolm on the the offensive line the issue jumps for al defensive lines the move chickens ten minutes like it to second i got i got the offensive line into this should jaran christian from level is a guy been a rise up in mature eventually i will have him in his first round at some point and i look kwan treadwell we talked about this these 50000 players at the vikings have that were great players and great pick lukewarn treadwell was a first round pick wasn't than it much yet they got had him step up at some point and be a productive consistent receiver and aiming yet so we'll see about that wide rich but i think offensive line would be an area if jerren christian from little wool todd mentioned mcglinchey i think he could fall into the second round but jaran christian has the arrow pointing way up yeah and i think you know both of you pointed this out know from it putting names on it you know last season when we went into free agency it was is scary the vikings the tackle situation was a major problem they sign riley relief from detroit and mike rimmer's nobody thought oh wow they really fixed it there i mean we really thought that that was a pilot duct tape on a pretty gaping hole to there.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Cousins can achieve that ford i agree i agree he remind your your ryan he ever mark roe now equality quarterback at good guy somewhat mobile good arteries lefthanded but just a guy that just not quite doesn't have that part but it abetted decent quarterback you know clan the the other issue is as you pointed out a couple times here jack you live in a salary cap to world i if if everything else was well above average kirk cousins could win a super bowl trent dilfer one eight super bowl kirk cousins is better than trent dilfer so it's not impossible the d win super bowl but then you have to get everything else right and everything else costs money and in a captive world it gets very difficult to get everything else right when you're blatantly over paying your quarterback that's why i have a number that i will pay kirk cousins and i won't go beyond it different numbers vary for different teams depending on where the rat what they already have in place what that's how we kept says they can afford to spare but there is a number that i have for the jets but i will not exceed lead jeff because we need a quarterback and he's the best available one so give them the lead to use the phrase i continue to use blatantly overpay kirk i wasn't i'm not doing at if i'm the jet can from brooklyn's up on advantage to me to branch hello john i don't jody i guess i got a question for you if uh you know if the giants got rid of eli and they sent them you know wherever states denver and then they got rid of uh old style because uh it's contracts up next year you they they can pick a quarterback and get that uh offensive line is promote youth james and uh you know they think they be imprinting things he's shape if they had a decent running back they just get somebody you can.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Half quarterback in the nfl let's even say okay let's say bottom 10 i mean there's thirty of mussi's 21 he's this generations brad johnson and trent dilfer possibly yes he's just good enough that's my that's my least that's my pet peeve of sports arguments i think traded older order bag i liked tread dilfer but that's just me and i think a johnson trent dilfer i liked trent dilfer but i think the thing about it is is four why is there so much love for trevor simeon like i just don't get it in why do the all the broadcasters half have to they skew their broadcaster bashing blake bortles and we're talking playoff football now it's not like i've heard the jacksonville jaguars on the radio you know seventeen weeks of the year i've heard in the last two weeks and they have just been unrelenting on this guy and i just don't think it's fair i the first week of the playoffs i get it because it but it's not so much i'm blake is if it was on the coaches all the passing into the wind yeah was ridiculous mmhmm and there were there were beating him up because he can't do it like a good quarterback can throw into the wind but you're not thrown downfield in the wind typically these are like short passes yeah and he can't do it and that's why he but this week i don't get it right what fourteen for 26 225 fine whatever yeah it was it was it was good enough here now next week that will be good enough but now ever anyway i do however i do i doubt any blake portals i don't get it but it's just said knowing to me um i was trying to pull up in what we'll do this later on pulling up pro football focuses um quarterback risk lakes portals last week lat last sunday he had a ninety i think no but i'm just saying for the year oh yes their hands qb are trevor simeon was dead last there you go and he was the best quarterback on the team but that's one metric i'm trying to find the chris coghlan's worth the ha and and give chris cones were symbol of the other topic of the.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Teeth clean them is the most interesting to me bilic in his weekly spot eight years was a situation that i can't remember there being another of from this standpoint you at an unbelievable de france trent dilfer was your quarterback you win a super bowl and you're replacing your quarterback than next year because you needed to upgrade to position i look at the jaguars outstanding defense i don't think it was that raven defense a quarterback that they may need to replace and i look at the vikings and it's kind of similar so when you look at those two teams are there parallels to be drawn to what you guys were going through with the ravens when you brought in elvis grbac yeah i think so because if they are aready he report to go on and win at all you know whether they go on and when it all or don't they don't have to make the determination why are we going forward in and with what is the quarterback position um you know entrapped was magnificent forest and was just what we need at the time but we did organizationally make the decision we felt like we needed to we're going to need more out of quarterback position it was going to be hard to rely on a recordsetting defense again to get us all the way there uh and and then you look at the option uh uh y you it is the top position to be because you say well look this is what got us here uh but but you've got to look at it pragmatically i don't know that ebay looks a blake bortles and says you know with what we've seen notwithstanding what he does this weekend in the if it's beyond that he's truly going to be by going forward i and and yet they're a good enough team defensively without running game that if they can upgrade maybe that upgrade is an eli main maybe it is an alex smith uh which would would would be a heck of an upgrade four them um as opposed to going out drafting a guy so yeah he's going to be legitimate questions and these are organizational decision is just one that i mean you got to look at this and say what is it that we need to do to go forward regardless out these guys finish off obviously in in philadelphia.
"trent dilfer" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I disagree trent dilfer could start renew all right we'll take a break here will close up shop on on on meet meet front polices we have a great this day in show history beyond great beyond great uh life changing and that's i'm not oversight a life changing day in show history this is anniversary when that for you coming up and after this support for the dam patrick show comes from our friends at rocket mortgage by quicken loans they understand that home plays a big role in your life and family and that's why they created rocket mortgage rocket mortgage gives you the confidence you need when it comes to buying a home or refinancing your existing home loan it's simple allowing you to fully understand all the details and be confident you're getting the right mortgage for you whether you're looking to buy your first home or you're tenth with rocket mortgage you get a transparent online process that gives you the confidence to make an informed decision it's convenient our trusted partners allow you to share financial information with rocket mortgage at the touch of a button and in addition to getting real mortgage approval in minutes you can even adjust the rate and length of your loan in real time to make sure you're getting the right solution for you rocket mortgage by quicken loans apply simply understand fully mortgage confidentially to get started go to rocket mortgage dot com slash dan that's rocket mortgage dot com slash dan equal housing lender licensed in all fifty states nmlsconsumeraccess dot org number thirty thirty that's rocket mortgage dot com slash dan.