20 Episode results for "Two Hundred Yards"

245: Out Of Body Journeys (Members Trailer)

The Confessionals

04:22 min | 4 months ago

245: Out Of Body Journeys (Members Trailer)

"Hey, everybody. This is this week's training. Episode we bring on Seb and set actually pursued out of body experiences to no avail, but as soon as he stopped, trying is when they started kicking in, and he comes on the show to share his experiences with these out of body experiences, including times where he found himself in underwater cities in UFO's and finding himself speaking telecom medically to sasquatch very interesting episode. If you want to hear it, professionals podcast dot com hit the join button and become a member today, and you'll have access to this member show. All previous member shows in all future member shows right away now. Let's get to sell. And I was walking. It was almost kind of looking like at least dawn early don out. And Don I was cracking this field. which is probably somewhere. Out where I live here I. Don't know somewhere far out in from where I live. and. I looked and I saw three sasquatch at. How? Two hundred yards away on the other side of his field. And I I called out to them. And, they looked at me and they. Looked at me and turn their back with the widowed I could feel that they kinda turned back like. Blonde So what I did was I just kind of dropped down to my knees, and I called out again and I raise my arms her. Pleading with them like please please. and. They looked back and they. Walked across the field towards me and was. Pretty. Quick and they got across the field I stayed where I was. With, my arms up just kind of staying there watching them come across the field to me. There were. To. All three nails. To. I would say. More out of left in her keeney juror. Young younger meals bird who was in center. An older male! And he was. Charging, they were. Huge huge huge huge I mean. You? Got Right up to me. I always say eight spoke to me. The older older one spoke to me telepathically. And it was loud and clear. And Wall And their whole energy was. The whole energy was very. Gross, or like from rush for not aggressive, but just harsh that really harsh presents. and. He basically just said to me that she said to. Understand that we are in no way. Evil or bad or anything like that? We are just very upset about what? Human humans are humanity is doing cubis this natural world right now? Now what communicate it?

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Mums

Plant Of The Week

02:53 min | Last month

Mums

"The main plant for this week is mum's chrysanthemums as they. Used to be called. Now, they're mess embry anthems and don't try to spell that. Don't even ask me how but they're the. In Nail. Genesis of gotten in there, and now we have actually a a will just call it a real. Rainbow of colors in mums and some other plans for that matter. But the MOMS that I was saw this week were in containers. The container was according to half pot. The plant hung out six inches on both sides. It was probably ten inches tall in the middle, and then there were twenty six of them all in full flower and what a show. Now the mile fashioned one that's been sitting here for years was unceremoniously divided and moved about six weeks ago is not in full bloom at this point the buds they're they're they're opening. I can see color tell that it's. Going to be yellow. So there's a very very Asian in timing and depends on who grew them. If it's Lazy Gardener like me, they're not doing much at the moment. It's grown professionally. It's probably fantastic full bloom, and then I mentioned a yellow there's yellow there's whites there's creams rust there's it goes on and on and on, and then there are various kinds or show out, call it kinds of flowers Tight button some are much more open spoon shaped petals. There's all kinds of things they all make a terrific showing from now clear into and quite often passed the first frost or two or three until a hard freeze. They are plant that I recommend. Well I playing, recommend them period because they add so much color for the next six weeks or so however when I want them to grow over and be sure that they are perennial or at least more sure I liked plants in as little plants in spring. Now, that's if I'm going to have a show of various colors, sizes, shapes, and so on. In the spot that I can handle, just call it visually handle just green all summer long until now but right Now these sixteen to twenty plants that I saw are just a dazzle I'm sure if I had looked at them from two hundred yards away I still could have told their size shape and so on. They're just they are a magnificent plant right now and properly planted fertilized and that always when you take them out of the container scores or root out of the edge I, wouldn't go anymore and a quarter of an inch deep and then plant them tamp them in. Water, them water them, water them. No that's every I three days, and then back off from there, they should then go into winter in good shape being planted at this point.

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8.2 Is Heating Up

The Frazley Report - Your Weekly World of Warcraft News

04:20 min | 1 year ago

8.2 Is Heating Up

"The. Look, the frazzle report shortfall cast by me, the awesome Nome about the world of warcraft. So the mid fire festival starts this Friday across Astra, outland brilliant, fires had been lit to rekindle people spirits and ward off ancient evils each year. New guardians are chosen to watch over the sacred flames and ensure that they are never extinguished. Last year said torture hundred NASA by savant thankfully, had nothing to do with the fire festival cities across the stone. High alert though, Savannah's has been banned from participating in any of the festivities and they've also been given a restraining order by the sentinels from approaching any world tree, and the simples are gonna be on watch twenty four seven until the end of the festival. It only takes spark to get a fire going and soon all those around will burn up in the glow. Please be careful with fire while participating in this event and this year, there are now bonfires and co tears and Endo are. And they've also added a fire eaters, heart stone toy and eight point two is started the heat up. Even more severe face in two is ending soon. And a season is Peavy p dungeons mythic plus in different things. The end of one of these seasons. Usually means that a passionate. Well, while had mentioned that the first release candidate build of eight point two has hit PT are on June fourteenth. So eight point two could be this week, though, highly likely probably be next week or the week after I hope it's. After that, I won't have why fight, but we haven't even gotten the patch download yet in the background down letter though, who knows by the time you hear this report, it may have made it to the download her, which would explain why you're getting that lag. All of a sudden, in that group, you what that wiping that rate, and all that just blame it on the download her. And while it doesn't cover to change that, if you grew for someone who has turned up gaining XP your experience will be reduced by ninety five percent when you are within two hundred yards of that flare. This is gonna cause Ella fees islands, warfronts and others to become very big places for trolling. This was apparently to stop. Twinkling or someone one ten is able to help boost someone from one ten to one twenty in short period of time though, this changes kind of worrying, hopefully, we get clarification, soon now a non worrying change. Full peer have showed up at an allied race and some code used for bringing your player character into cut scenes. This could be Oko or something that portending us finally getting these cute and lovable people at the playboy race. I am so excited. And I hope that this becomes a reality. You know. You're a cute. Little heartbreaker, VO Pira. I wanna take you home high. Yeah. You gotta be mine. All mine oval here. Let made up my mind. Yeah. Higher wasting all my precious time and before we in today's broadcast some people have received an Email with the survey that ask about their reaction to an upcoming level. Squish the wording of this is if it has been determined to happen. We have had no official confirmation other than various statements in the path that it is an idea at the desert thinking about either the news over my head, or it is happening. And they want the initial reaction I well, this, the XP Nerf of appear have definitely started fires discussion across the internet. On things cross them recording this. Okay, so push. You're just clarified that the X PF will only fly when you manually invite players Ella fee and Ella fire will still be normal. This will still make refined for invasion, assaults quest very frustrating. Hopefully, those get exempted before eight point two lunches or get added it has a hot fix. Well, as we end this report, I wish to remind all listeners, we did it start the fire. We tried to fight it. But we did it ignited the fondest did. So, so next time be awesome. The froth report is a fan pot guest covers blizzard games. We are not affiliated with wizard Entertainment inC music, spread by the host and guests are their own with the art music and found effects come from wizard games and are owned by visit entertainment. inC. No, copyright infringement is intended. Bye. Had jogging powered studio dot com.

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Introducing Motive for Murder

The Thing About Pam

05:08 min | 6 months ago

Introducing Motive for Murder

"The thing about Pam is sponsored by best scenes. Tell me if this sounds familiar. You reach for your phone. You look at the screen. Then you realize you can't remember why you picked your phone up in the first place. We're all trying to get away from that kind of mindless growing so lately when I find myself picking on my phone. I play a few levels of the puzzle. Game Best Means I love playing this game especially right now when I need something to give my brain a workout. Whether I'm taking a break from work or I just don't feel like watching the same episode of TV that I've seen a million times. Best beans has thousands of levels already with new levels. Events Characters added every month. It's hours of fun right at your fingertips and you can even play off line with over one hundred million downloads. And tons of five-star reviews. Best fiends is a must play download best scenes free on the apple APP store or Google play. That's friends without our best fiends. Here dateline we're used to spending months or even years pursuing a story. We've learned a lot along the way so we thought we share and let you in on a few things a friend of mine who's a homicide detective says. All murders can be chalked up to either love money or pride and this mystery would be no exception. Was It love? I think we were head over heels for one another over the years. He had accumulated hundreds of thousands of dollars in his account. Peden MS angled duty. No Sir there was a pattern. Were pride a man. Sprite being walked all over by a tiny woman that was his ego that she stepped all over. This is a tale so twisted. It would take not just one murder but to for the killer's motive to come to light. Both we will never know anybody that's been murdered. It's one thing of two people were murdered at one point and then it's another that like one person is murdered and then two months later somebody else's murder when to be like stuck right in the middle of them. I'm Josh me quits. I've been reporting on Dateline for more than twenty five years. And this this motive for murder. A new podcast from dateline jewelry bloggers may was a radiant woman. She had countless France. She was funny crazy full of energy. Everything packaged tiny body. Jewelry was studying molecular genetics at MD Anderson in Houston she dreamt of one day becoming a CSI expert and helping police solve violent crimes instead. She became the center of one. Shot two times at close range. Should this up today. That's all I know I heard shot and I've just had the courage to go out. There may have been shot. I think she's in the car I couldn't have earlier. I was just scared. Houston. I'm Wendy. Police fire ambulance just a murderer Two hundred yards from her. Who in the world would want Galleria dead before police would find out another brutal crime would come to Light Scott screaming? I can't understand you. This was an investigation that would leave the city of Houston on edge as police looked for a killer who was lurking in the shadows. They accounted for seven strikes on his body. It would leave everyone wondering how do you catch a killer? Whose motive is unimaginable. The first step to finding out. Who did it would be figuring out the why and that would take. Investigators down a path full of twists and turns. I'm Josh mates me for a motive for murder. An all new podcast from dateline and from the creators of the thing about panel subscribe now and get the first two episodes on May seventh. Hey It's Chris. As this week on my podcast wise is happening. I'll be talking with my friend. Heather mcghee about the book. She's writing about how American racism ends up hurting us. All societies that has a public health system that is highly functioning well coordinated and well resourced are obviously going to do better in a public health crisis and we have resisted that in the richest country on the planet in large part for the past one hundred years because of racism. That's this week on. Why is this happening? Search for wise is happening wherever you're listening right now and subscribed.

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Ep. 12: Hunting Pronghorn in Virgin Country and Understanding E-Scouting

Cutting The Distance with Remi Warren

19:59 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 12: Hunting Pronghorn in Virgin Country and Understanding E-Scouting

"Thousands of days in the field this show is about translating my hard one experiences into tips and tactics they'll get you closer to your ultimate goal success in the field as a guide and Hunter I've spent a lot of hunt story it's hunting season you have a tag in your pocket for a place you've never been before now where do you even start in this state for this species where do I begin I just started pouring over my onyx map as soon as I got that tag looking over areas every night pins in places that I like to check out now by the time opening day rolled around I was ready to start hunting I found my spot I did a little bit of He's start opening morning or when you're in the field but the truth of the matter is for me most hunting stories should start weeks beforehand WanNa do on this podcast is cover where do you even start but I mean you talk about the basics of math reading understanding Topa map and then understanding how to put all this satellite imagery in the stuff at your hands together while you're at home so when you get out in the field you can immediately become successful what it comes down to is the time I spend looking over or what I would call each scouting on say my onyx hunt APP check that out I get into that campsite looking around on the way in I'm like man I dunno it looks good but I didn't really see any antelope where I was at he considered an over the counter archery antelope tag you had to put in for it beforehand but everybody that put in drew now having never hunted road trip camped out the first afternoon that I got into the unit season actually been open for a couple of weeks but when I got in their march camp spot start going through different units that are in their outlining places that I can hunt until I started to hone in on what I was looking for now it actually honestly spot and stalk antelope hunting with the bow can be extremely difficult so the way that I hunt them is I pretty much stock every buck that I see because honestly I could probably talk about nearly any hunt I've been on for a story that coincides with this a lot of the honeydew I've never step foot in the area even through this area multiple times so I kind of had a a rough idea of places that I wanted to check out spots that look good to me but at this point I had no spot started marking set up camp and decide to go out for the first evening the first spot that I'd marked pull my Vina's up in here is a group of so that first day start stocking in on the group of antelope on the way over there unfortunately it's always the ones you don't see that mess it up for you at least then I know the more opportunities I have more chance I will get into range and hopefully get shot my wife is actually with me and I was just kind of taking it there's a couple of does and some fawns in between the Group of box in the big group does that he'd seen US bumped off and instead of running up the hill they ran straight and when I'm at my house poring over maps one hunt stands out in particular because it's just so fresh in my mind this season I picked up an pretty much what would the little water source that was there and where they were headed and they're moving single file one at a time now just so happens that the best bucks the drawback shoot make a perfect shot antelope down in an area that I've never hunted toward the other animal blew him out ended up chasing those ones for the rest of the day and thought well figured out we're antelope bar be back here first thing in the morning out in congregating with a group of other bucks perfect I belly crawled down the mountain is probably a half a mile mile of just belly crawling get into I honestly think the best thing out there right now the Weei checked out while I was at home get into that next Canyon and sure enough here's a buck walking right toward me well that doesn't work out but he ended up going down the along she's taking some photos and some videos and other stuff and it was just more of a vacation because we're on our way up to a friend's wedding anyways we thought this would be a sweet hunt to do on the way up next morning get up in their start glossing first light pick up a different set of antelope with another buck in there do a big stock after they bed okay sweet but unfortunately it was while I was moving any just seen us soon as we'd seen him in high tailed it out of there that I'd seen the entire time was in this group all the small buck start filtering pass toward that water big buck is the last one there he stops to rake a Bush right in front of me seemed pretty pretty disturbed at this point so I pick another spot it looked good on the map that I'd marked so far hundred percent on the places that I'd already war and all the spots that I encountered animals I'd found before even stepped foot in the unit position and set up within two hundred yards this group of bucks now they're just chasing each other around and as luck would have it they start moving my direction I put myself in between of the hill and I couldn't get shot they ran away thing that sucks well keep going and getting up to a high vantage glass hello with a decent bucket sweet this is cool all right well mission accomplished now at least found what I'm looking for that's the start give you the best details that I might not even notice that I do but before I do that you I need to really understand Topa maps because that's how I started try a stock on him unfortunately as I get within thirty yards the one that was closest to me happen to be a doe he was just past the ride operating and scouting was just on paper maps it was lines there were no satellite imagery but those lines tell more of a story often than a picture do a big drive through some country they don't really see much but it is the middle of the day that evening the other spots I had marked out sure enough out pops a good buck have going for us the best new technology for hunting is the ability to E. Scout or scout from home I really believe that the onyx hunt APP is the best way to get unfortunately they're moving it doesn't work out now it's midday it's hot not seen as much so I think I'll pull out my map check another spot that I marked started doing that it's really changed the entire game of how I go about thinking about a hunt learning about a hunt or even just first step since a rapid gain in elevation further apart lines are something more gradual or flatter when you're looking at the map anything like a line that in area a makeup species that I'm hunting and then just go through it right now with you here and that way it's easier for me to kind of go through my process and then Kevin never intersecting other lines when you look at that you'll see things on the map like you'll see the top of mount which would be around circle and then coming down certain features in Topa line so we're gonNA talk about a Topa map and then I'll just go through essentially my process for scouting a new area the most from that you'll have your ridges those who'd be the lines that continue around pointing in almost a U. shape down toward a lower elevation and then inside those ridges you'll have your valley yards out blew out game over pull out my map beginning okay. I've pretty much covered this country here I know there is anil up here but shape that you see pointing down orig- pointing up is a valley now contra lines never intersect so one line runs the length of that entire elevation the lines Bendon upward fashion upward pointing valleys that make ahead basin head base because it looks like a head these are things that I really key aligns those should have the numbers of the elevations the way that it works as the lines are closer together that represents something steeper because it's over a certain amount of new with map reading there is so much technology out there it's easy to have maps at your hand but you may not understand the old school way of reading it and that's the way that I relate it to everybody is talking on her head basins but it depends on what species you're looking for so I'm going to open up my APP right now and I'm just going to give you a quick rundown of the things that I'm looking at really hold animals we think about finding say elk or any animal they only need three key things it doesn't matter if you're hunting antelope sheep whatever basic rundown of a Tokyo just GonNa give it to you right here Topa Map includes lines which are contour lines those help create the picture of another tool that I use a lot as google earth where I can see things in three d format but I I like to look for certain features in the Tokyo now just in case you're what the mountain or topography looks like on a flat surface so contrary lines like on the Onyx apper set forty feet apart then you have your index darker thing and seeing that buck move off his does and then bed in a good position stock in and as you know it they spotted me when I was about sixty explain that here in a little bit because the reason I'm looking for those finger ridges and ridges is what they do is they provide multiple areas for micro habitats his finger ridges and head basins so I'll define this for a ridge is just anywhere where we've got that descending elevation on this seems like it wouldn't but what it is doing is those contour lines are telling you preferred habitats of animals and what gives you a really good picture of what that looks like show me public and private ground. I always start my map at the Toba level okay because what I'm doing is I'm trying to key in on key features the map a finger Ridge let's say the ridge goes north south from the top of mountain down a finger Ridge would be anything that spurs down off of that so now I guess call it day to rolls around beside while I'm going to go back to that spot where I saw the big buck last night get in their first thing in the morning spot Abuk a new area because that's where I always start so what I wanna do is I'm going to open the APP I think it's just easier if I start that way open the APP and almost just randomly the habitat in a very small area so late in the season when it's cold they can get son in when it's warm they can get shade they can just choose their bedding and fee but I've got the unit so that's a start now I'm looking for public ground because that's the kind of tag I have I don't have access where I'm going so I'm now going to be having the layers on ah so let's say let's go for this we're hunting elk. I'm going to grab a random unit Montana and then I'm just going to kind of look and say what I'm doing and what I'm looking for things that include food watering cover no matter which way the wind's going or the direction of the sun they have a little bit of everything as well as provide multiple escapes another thing I'm going to look for is what I consider head basins head basins are a great area to really start focusing your search often there'll be water running down the open I'm in Montana randomly scrolling screens lands on a unit. I won't tell you what unique is I'll probably end up giving someone secret spot away particular area and just as I hoped in this head basin there's a nice what I'm looking at right now is a ridge coming down on the north slope is a big grassy open it depending on what the wind or thermals are doing for that day now that I've identified some good basins they'll look at some good head base and some goodridge's and some good finger ages over but they need open is their cover because a user eyesight so you Kinda just have to understand the animal a little bit but you have to find the three things that create good habitat back bedded in a way that it's more comfortable facing downhill so then they can look for danger down below so if you have that your mind you can really start to pinpoint where they might be more shaded which lends to good betting now if you have a head basin that includes both north and south slopes in one micro area what that's doing is creating eating areas based on the time of year in other things it also has food around and it also probably most likely has water in the bottom so they have everything they need right in this slow so the south slope is the gentle slope it's the one that gets the most son it often has the least amount of timber and often more feed the north face is often more timber D- Now I'm looking for elk I'm going to find something that probably has food water uncover in a smaller area where I like to start as I like to start looking at rid it'll area the other thing it offers it offers multiple options for bedding depending on which way the area's going because when animals bed they generally like the wind coming downhill onto the nion and then it offers the animals multiple betting options based on the orientation of the hill so think about slope of a mountain you've got the north face and then you've got doing with this is just looking at the map without any imagery ahead of time. I hit that and I have exactly what I'm looking for a timber north face and open south face just like our planning out a hunt in the area that I've never been okay so the cool thing about this APP is it has the unit so I can start their I've got the onyx for the animals so it's a really safe place for them to hang out so I'm going to start identifying these based on the Topa Lines I'm going to pick a few areas that look really good need the right habitat this sustains them and for that they need food water in cover or some kind of as far as analysts they don't really use it which would be pointing up towards the higher elevations when you get toward the top you have what I call head basins these are the spots that look like little alien heads made out a topa lines almost like a rainbow habitat it looks like some sage flats some other things this. I can mark as well for antelope type country so depending on what you're hunting has different things spots where it looks like they might hang out this will just remind me to check these spots out later now I'm gonNA switch back to the Tokyo and now I'm looking for areas where I can glass around where I can say okay I'm sitting right on this knob what's it look like can I see from here am I going to have a good vantage while it does change a little bit it gives me a good idea of places to go it has water in the bottom and looks like prime out country now from here what else start doing is dropping pins identifying spots where I believe elk will be or good of exactly where to go even though you may have never stepped foot in the area now map reading is very visual thing and I've tried to make it an some of the little features that I'm talking about right now to just give you a little bit of a kick start if you're new to this now if you read maps your whole life I think you'll catch on real quick the type for an antelope on I'm looking for something different I'm looking for more gradual terrain I'm looking for more open so I'm just going to go in the same unit zoom out go back graphical lines they look similar in a new area in hold animals those lines tell a story and if you know how to read the map those lines will tell you story looking for but just remember look at the Tokyo I and look for those topographical features that are really good indicators of Quality Habitat Tom have a file of places that you've spotted animals switch to the Topa map and see what that looks like on the map you'll be surprised how many other places you find top points down to a lower elevation indicates a ridge whereas align that points up toward a higher elevation indicates a valley so think of it like these us. Oh and more of a real life feel what it looks like once I've identified the spots that the animals like using the tow lines from there I go back to my aunt book after not knowing your alphabet and go start to finish while you're out there get the building blocks to the story of what you're seeing on paper and looking I think you're GonNa Start Understanding what I'm talking about but to help you out I think what I'll do today is I'll try to post some pictures on Instagram at Romy warn instagram tasty critters out there so what I'm going to talk about next week is ways to get that rifle steady there's a lot of little tricks to getting steady in the field into this spot so I'm looking for a knob or something might get a visual idea of somewhere I can get you in see this area where to hunt from a lot of times the things that I'm looking for just studying those maps using them in real time when you see stuff when you're out there just start marking an understanding when you're out there radio thing today which I understand can be a little bit tricky now I think if you take what I've said just look at a map pull out some Togo map really think that's GonNa lead you to a lot of success scouting from home rifle season is bearing down on us and I hope that soon you will be bearing down on another thing I love to do when you're out there say you're in a unit you're hunting deer you've got an area where you're seeing dear mark those dear on the map then when you get home take that same pin go to Google Earth I'm opening up my google earth APP putting him coordinates and I'm flying to that spot that identified now I've got a three D Toboso lines now I'm looking for the lines are way further apart so I found a spot here on my app now a switch in between the satellite imagery as I hope it's more preferred except I'm mark the spots that I wanna glass from Hunt From and there you have it I have a pretty much my recipe for the hunt before I even show up in the area now just what I'm GonNa do is I just now switch to the hybrid map where it's got Topol and satellite imagery together so I picked this I'm romy Warren this is cutting the distance this podcast is presented by Yeti built for the wild so I'm going to divulge a few of my favorite secrets I think that your homework this week we'll just be to check out these maps while this is still fresh in your head you're probably listening are you listened to once maybe listen to it again honestly loving the feedback still thank you very much if you aren't subscriber yet subscribe wherever you can and make sure that Yeah I think that's it if you subscribe I appreciate it and still next week keep reading those maps look that Topa as well and understand what it looks like in map form reading a map is really just like learning to read it takes is a process you don't just pick up a by the end of the year I think that I'll have a good sign off that I can just use for everything but I kind of think that at this point my sign off not having a sign on driving so unfortunately you're going to have to do it at work but it's great that's a good place to bust out your Topa maps and related to the podcast again now that you've got a prime uh.

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March Madness: The O.J. Simpson Civil Trial

Sports Criminals

06:20 min | 8 months ago

March Madness: The O.J. Simpson Civil Trial

"This is sports. Criminals March madness special each day in March. We're counting down the top thirty one sports scandals of the past thirty one years in today's episode. We GO BACK TO THE YEAR. Nineteen ninety-seven most people remember. Oj Simpson's criminal trial where he was acquitted onto counts of murder but he also had another trial two years later. If you enjoyed the episode be sure to come back tomorrow for more shocking sports events from history on our March Madness. Special as always you can listen free on spotify or wherever you get your podcasts. Millions of viewers had gathered for the main event nearly nine out of ten households in Los Angeles tuned in cameras bobbed and weaved capturing every move every triumph and defeat as the competition drew a close. The victors cheered and pump their fists in the air. The losers comforted each other promising. Next time we'll come out on top. The lines weren't drawn between fans of competing sports teams. The country was split between those who believed football star. Oj Simpson was a murderer. Those who insisted he was innocent now on Tuesday February fourth nineteen ninety-seven. Oj stood trial a second time. This time in civil court once again he tried to dodge charges and rush past prosecutorial traps. If he failed it could cost him his home his wealth his reputation everything. Welcome to sports criminals. A podcast. Original this is the eighth episode in our March Madness. Special this month were counting down the top thirty one sports scandals from Nineteen Ninety to two thousand twenty on Roy. And I'm Tim Johnson in today's episode. We're going back to nineteen ninety seven to explore the civil suit against O. J. Simpson for the deaths of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman. Even before he was mired in scandaled. Oj Simpson was a household name. He spent eleven years in the NFL. In one thousand nine seventy three. He became the first to rush for two thousand yards in a single season. Something only seven footballers have ever done in the history of the sport and Oj came agonisingly close tying his own record falling less than two hundred yards short in one thousand nine hundred eighty five that season. He scored sixteen touchdowns and secured his reputation as God. Thirty two year old. Oj retired in nineteen seventy nine but his star still shone brightly. He was inducted into the NFL. Hall of fame in Nineteen Eighty Five and leveraged his popularity and fame into a lucrative sports casting GIG and movie stardom but everything changed in the early morning hours of June thirteenth. Nineteen ninety four shortly after midnight. Investigators arrived at the home of. Oj's ex wife Nicole Brown Simpson. She was found dead along side. Her friend Ronald Goldman police immediately focused on Oj. He had a history of domestic abuse and investigators found a suspiciously bloodied glove enclose on his estate. Four days later the Los Angeles Police Department charged. Oj With the double homicide but the superstar couldn't be brought down that easily. He assembled a Dream Team of lawyers. Who deftly deflected the prosecution's arguments for the of? Oj's nine months trial. Thanks to their decisive work on October. Third Nineteen ninety-five. Oj was acquitted of both murder charges. Roughly a quarter of the country celebrated those who believed he was innocent but the rest of the nation was convinced who was guilty and that included the families of Nicole Brown Simpson. And Ron Goldman in January nineteen ninety-seven. They filed a civil suit against O. J. Simpson. They couldn't send him to jail but they could sue him for all he was worth. This trial played out very differently from the first OJ. Had A new team of attorneys cameras. Weren't allowed in. The courtroom. Plaintiff introduced new evidence including proof that he owned a rare pair of shoes that match the footprints found at the crime scene. Ultimately the jury found in the plaintiff's favor this time and ruled OJ criminally negligent. He was sentenced to pay the victims families. Thirty three point five million dollars the equivalent of nearly fifty five million dollars today. The verdict virtually bankrupted him though even as recently as two thousand seventeen the family's claim they have received only a small percentage of the settlement money. Oj Simpson's to murder hearings. Were highly publicized highly controversial. There's a reason the criminal proceedings were dubbed the trial of the century. The car chase leading to his arrest was the fourteenth most watched event in television history and his verdict was the most viewed with as many as one hundred forty two million people tuning in as a pro athlete. Oj was used to the attention and oppress but these trials were different. There wasn't a title or a championship on the line was his freedom his reputation and his cash like any football star. Oj navigated the field of the courtroom as best. He could scaping criminal charges before he was sacked in the plaintiffs brilliant play. Thanks for listening to sports. Criminals March madness will be back tomorrow with next year scandal. You can catch our other episodes of sports criminals for free on spotify or wherever you listen to podcasts.

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Spittin' Chiclets Episode 189: Featuring Jeff Marek

Spittin' Chiclets

1:29:55 hr | 1 year ago

Spittin' Chiclets Episode 189: Featuring Jeff Marek

"And where everybody welcome to episode showed one hundred and eighty nine of spitting chiklis presented by new amsterdam vodka coming to a little late this week because of free agency but it was well worth it lots of stuff going on we're gonna jump into it shortly without now jeff macro sports net but let's say the boys first might eager nelia producer what's going on fellow gentleman big show this week i'm excited absolutely let's talk about next up biz nasty paul bissonnette where you that's not your host behind you victoria happy canada they everyone i know you guys got fourth of july coming by the way i went seven weeks sober and after a great to week work trip a we popped off in nova scotia or no excuse me halifax and then i came to victoria and a i've been in one yeah you're even in newfoundland newfoundland before that to get to that i've been i've been stored india jim detox is how much alcohol i've been drinking all natural hangover cure living off that stop and last but not least a boy ryan whitney what's going on buddy tells what's going on we haven't seen each other since a friday night in in hollywood water city hey halifax nova scotia it was exactly what i remember like the world junior days who is perfectly at a hell of a night in listeners let me tell you guys something paul bissonnette and that was a fucking hollow do if you were really bold and you're even drink when we were golfing but i knew of like you had drank and what was it five six weeks it felt like in seven weeks has like he's gonna get waffle sure shed all of a sudden i usually don't beckett bali way to second kate i don't remember much the second bar the last thing i remember that funding was danny green from the toronto raptors coming up shaking my handcuff somehow he was texting me dude and i told the communist bar and then boom blackout woke up at five am from pashas calling me face time audio and there is a girl next abed don't remember anything before that and almost miss my flight got and a quick rock and then went to the airport and fake got it wasn't international fifty minutes right before my flight first class check the bags power you keep the chains so i'm at the second place i think philly that was ale house yeah that's i don't make it that that's where he is michael okay so i never saw you but i'm like where's biz where's this 'cause you were behind me and then i was in there in our and i hadn't seen yeah i saw you know i'm over the course like where's where's business kid that i think he's down the bottom were on the second floor so it's like a dance or i looked down i'm looking i'm like he down there he's not i don't see him all of a sudden i step back and i see this guy michael jackson gold jacket that is forever forever wandering around three there is there is like nine people around you as you're walking like flashes were going off it look good mark walberg and rock star like walking bar like i saw your face i was like oh he's in more to we may be said hyper one second but like you were gone argo low and next thing you know to i kind of had like a nice little buzz i was getting ready to leave you guys already gone aunt danny green then my face on my who is this guy's a monster so i shake his hand have no clue is and i turn the couple sit buddies were some random guys always chat would like who's that they're like he's on the raptors on my does he play fun like he's the best in the league i i i didn't have a clue but that whole night was a blast anybody end i didn't say goodbye to sit there and say goodbye mccain and it was just one of those you later just the irish exits it's a no one felt bad but a so i i was calling everybody being like what happened last night 'cause i obviously blocked out and cornell said that i was walking home and he saw me on the way home yeah i read in debate as we're walking there no in leave together we just happened to be like walking into the hotel at the same time in the girl who is where he he walked in with his finger up like like even like the number one like you just wandering around on a she kept on now a but you're heading down any just stick it right back out the second i'm not conquest so it's hilarious i've never seen bits so drunk though yeah you'll you'll bockel irish goodbye that power stat dirty now he's was so fucking hot man i frank three all you can do all that everything there are really no dude at dinner i drank three glasses of red head seafood shot i didn't have one drop of sweat fuck and we will not buy some turned the fucking sauna and so i i reached out of my who's got a bone fucking in hollywood fined by the way i'm alley with the the best name in the world by the way halifax were a good time beautiful women very underrated no it's on a scene mini boston to shake but any boston it's exactly like it on the water hubs in bars everywhere good restaurants i mean that play i sent a couple of guys from them and people from boston after sir comedy and more like a guys weekend up there would be a time and a half i'm telling you i know guys weekend any you boston guys one hour and a half flight but unreal time go up the house i am thirty cents on the dollar yeah it's like i just i love that spot i really we can't give too much away boys but that might have been the biggest day in spit in chickens history we got sidney crosby for an hour and twenty minutes unbelievable mckinnon followed he was about fifty to fifty five minutes very candid a we can't think those guys enough these guys last i would put mckinnon second and behind mcdavid right now and based on crosby's rap sheet i think he's the goat right now three stanley cups and all these other hardware he has but just just a big that's fucking massive rush you guys also got hit the golf course into i'm gonna cut out of that kelly so we i think we talk about this yet we can't so 'cause we have a nice car you're talking about a mechanic crosby brought us to their course their their home court new ashburn thank you very much i don't know the name of it nor do i care 'cause i ripped up 'em i'm now known as the sand bagger phase is an absolute bag fast know where fuck you talk to anyone that i've gulf fourth ray whitney specially sentiment that you don't i don't blame you i i really don't so i want everyone to watch the contents decent afterward were gonna have to give it a public opinion to whether i'm a sandbag or not all but i'm gonna plead my case and say definitely not i just had the round in my life and that's all i'm gonna say no he's the only thing that you don't understand this is why i said i didn't blame you is that you thought because if you shoot like eighteen over par say you shoot ninety hi andy you think you're in eighteen handicap 'cause you're like oh 'cause you kept saying like she part wanting to and then you tripled three and then you part for so you were three overthrew for but you're like yeah but dude like that's three extra shot so i'll i'll end up being nine over after nine eighteen over after eighteen but handicap is like you're you're most recent twenty scores i believe it's you're best ten so if you're in a way like a decent amount morton say five times yours swing is good you'd probably and we we we came to the realization you're probably twelve maybe even a ten handicap the natural when you came in and said like you're in eighteen we were just like oh we expect to see a complete hack like when i start business like wait some people a hit ground balls and stuff i'm like yeah dude that's eight teams do but he's hitting like bomb three at all nellie pulls up at one point like i like golf with biz in vancouver last year he's unbelievable i'm like this mother fucker on my team and i still disgusted heart on your back home rocky like i used shipmate okay all right i'm not gonna say any more than my last comment before everyone sees the content piece is we go from the whites yeah we're getting a hundred yards off everywhere or maybe it's forty five sixty two hundred yards on his way out wrecked 'cause you're heading our way from their eight irons a seven iron hand ad we adjusted on the back nine so that's all i think you have already given up now that much now are we gonna shift towards you you're flight was delayed and actually in europe saturday night and montreal yes a and i thought it'd be home eaten fucking pizza in bed by saturday night but instead i was at shape hurry in montreal and eating some done smoked meat the clothes eight to eight to eight am in the morning yeah i got so the airport in halifax sadly i was supposedly the quarter five a at three thirty the flights canceled and it's like what the fuck am i gonna do now and you can leave in the morning fight the montreal connect and then fly home or even go to montreal tonight and then wait connected in the morning so i figured if i leave in the morning i get the montreal eight i'm fucked and i'll be stopped at least if i go montreal saturday night you know it's a thirteen hour layover i won't miss the flight so a i got a hookup someone apostles falling along my instagram they hooked me up with a hotel room luckily and i just two blocks from shaper he wouldn't you know it on my first time montrose thirty years ago when i was a kid so i was like hey i'm gonna go old school up in shape briefer a couple of beers there were some chick let's listen is in their walkout is a couple of come over selling what you're doing here is like oh man i'm supposed to fly out of halifax and and now i'm looking at fucking pussy right now so a lap dance of you out there i just still one you know it's been so long no i got one oh one just happened to be nine song she come over you know she's like ten dollars a song or fifteen in the private booth i was like hey you know fifty inside of books that have been or should we paid over so i go the price you pay like fight all at fucking scripts dourson fee just go into the booth and not you know she does the first song and she has she has a top the bottom on like hey you know ceelo something she's like oh no you only see if you pay ten dollars you get to see it outside the credit but if you pay fifteen you could you could touch them but they don't take the bottoms out he gets them between the legs but i was kind of like shit man i wanna see the whole package so i wish they spent the the ten bucks outside the and i don't even get the sandy fucking mud flaps so it wasn't even fuck i would have ven mo i spend more money in inside but i think yeah but that's i just wanna season bringing all right you know us over at spitting chiklis love talking about wrenches so it's time for a little wrench talk brought to you by a new friends over at trojan condoms sex we all love it there is no denying it i mean you all know were pretty open about are personal love live i'm a single man still meeting girls and living my best life just like i did when i was in nhl rookie widows all wife up now we all know back in his nhl days when crosby was helping them cash checks not a big deal he was running wild are raised inexperienced that that lip through the sex crazed seventies god i don't want imagine that fucking even grenell's out there giving us packer wet it's a big sexy world out there dammit we at spit in check and brady said we all have done it and we don't plan on stopping anytime soon and you shouldn't either sex is the best but when you're out there the trenches getting the deal done we want it'll all be safe you never know when some rocket at the bar will want to bring you back to your place and it's always important to be prepared and that's why you should always have a trojan brand condom whiffed u s t eyes and unintended pregnancies are something we all want to avoid and there's no other brand out there i would allow anywhere near my rich or trust like i do trojan condoms i want you guys out there having a good time but i want you guys staying safe while you do it no other brand out there would get my recommendation my trojan condoms so anyways i spent the night in montreal flew back then i get i get to the airport and i check in and i don't have a clock and seat you kidding me i was gonna go nuts and i ended up getting the seat so i got home it was it wasn't adventure but i was dying 'cause i can't imagine if you is how much he would have been flipping out by like nine o'clock at montreal i was on that flight originated yeah than the night before when we were at dinner in these clowns said they're leaving like six in the morning hours like dan yellow helped me out she switched my flight nf i wish any airport with doing that thing got cancelled the youtube click guerrilla films me having a complete meltdown because i want you know after big night oh you just wanna get home almost like i didn't wanna wait around all day and we spend another night now is that shape free with you i would is well just jumped out of their point on the way there so i was happy that i switch but i did feel free oh man when you text me like oh like just stuck so it's like oh my god yeah yeah i don't like coach at that point it sucked but fortunately i really don't have much to do so you know like i said when you fucking life gives you lemons make lemonade and just the jump on the halifax point again a great city great time there was actually a couple of bats apply these guys coming from toronto the go halifax just a piggyback on your point about being a good potty town and also to big dance didn't date those guys awesome guys man i mean not just doing the interview that just genuinely nice guys we sat down and had dinner with him had a lot of laughter just regular guys i really enjoyed they're dumping and you know i said sidney crosby just a fantastic fellow soldiers but hanging out and end of story centered over the jeff america 'em bernau you chime in here on the schedule or we have a lot of content that's gonna be coming out i'm gonna calgary stampede middle of july i i would imagine that the said stuff and mckinnon stop including the content comes out in early august we had the trip to newfoundland and in saint john's which we got a cherry ryan and terry ryan senior 'em i would imagine that's coming out late joe why hopefully if not it would be coming out mid august 'cause we wouldn't wanna overlap with the crosby and making content so we have a ton of stuff coming out you we will be dropping down to one episode a week as we mentioned but a plenty of stuff for summertime wants to john dropped down to one episode in order to keep you guys entertains all right well said now let's go to jeff america get the lowdown on a wild opening day of free agency this interview is brought to you by stitch fix personal style is like a fingerprint everyone has their own in whatever you style expert stylist at stitch fix are ready to help you express yourself because not all pose a fit for all men with stitch fix your personal stylist will send you 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friedman of excellent thirty one thoughts podcast he's also just a great guy we love shooting shit what welcome back this fitting chip it's jeff merit a thank you very much all right and i talked to a win it's been a while and catch a bit but i see you on twitter asks you having lunch today with someone who is trade i did do this rumor launch wow yeah he does that he could do that okay let me ask you let me turn ari i hate to do this and i apologize crappy hosts for two seconds dr love you boss okay hang on i'm boss hang on does she did he get the call while you're there with the nfl was joe sakic or what the hell do i he got he so he took a phone call quickly then came back to the table and he goes i just got traded beliefs and i was like fuck you you don't get they'll they'll yeah 'cause there's all this talk between him and vancouver an down but you when you looked at a fish like oh shit this guy just dot delta lease and he was very excited of course a bitter sweet sweet 'cause he's got mckenna news one of his best friends colorado in a team that's up and coming in is gonna be extra sex successful using that's a big word from me offer for four years the comair but now he gets to go to a team whose i would say what top top five league they're they're one of the contenders yeah an at the fishbowl right like i always say about about players and listen you mean you'd say you know this more than anybody else on this podcast right now like players always say maybe coaches were a better example generally hockey people always stay i know what to expect when i go to toronto and then when they go through the experience they say wow i had no idea what like that on the one hand it's great and you're treated like a king and oh man look at this the food is great personal chef taking care of it i could just turned my brain off and go through my day and i could just be a hockey player a lot different than it is but man when it bad it's bad and and the the the the awful thing about playing the maple leafs is for whatever reason and i cannot understand and i hope this doesn't happen the titan berry consort every the maple leafs fans always pick on one defense like they get on they find one defense and then all of a sudden that defense been do no good whether it's corey cross or accu burglary murphy's probably the best example of it i mean you could be brian mckay jobs are done in mj claw and jane gardner yeah gardner they get on him a data most recently as well for whatever reason and i dunno like this in other markets for whatever reason maple leafs fan all we fixate on one defenseman and then she began to epitomize everything that is wrong about the toronto maple leafs so of i'll do you offer notion another one i would say the toughest position of clay on the maple leafs is always the trenton because the fans just pick one and then that's it like they find one note on the middle and they just keep plucking it over and over again with dark they're pretty quick we talk about the positive stuff baltimore titles k a sunshine lollipops that's great marketing the stanley cup and where you're let's say you're really you're just a real is bro you're gonna miss of writing a decent tyson berry before he's even play the game from a man i'm just i'm just i'm just truth on your podcast cast today i feel like they were today was my last shift i'm just i'm just choosing on you well any oh i just any demon being high risk you're probably gonna end up being fucked in a i think the funniest part of all that is the fact that larry murphy was maybe the biggest whipping be more of all time for the lease and ended up all this incredible shutdown defender nicklaus the shrimp and let people said was impossible the play and so we sent you don't know what you're talking about when talking about defenseman thank you larry murphy by the way three in fans who who who followed a hockey in april certainly appreciate that larry murphy okay was probably the best be coy i've ever seen if you look at nineteen eighty seven canada cup watch that that the championship winning goal okay to its gretzky the view and scored its a three on one after dale howard chuck a hoax down yet at the soviet player behind behind the scene and of course no call the game is in hamilton after all it's a three on one end you know for with the minute you had the pocket there's no way he's he's taking that shot but larry murphy goes hard to the far post the goaltender had the cheat a little bit to murphy or at least respect murphy any freedom in the meuse sending a perfect shot timmy there's a lot on the plate our check when the dry it's fantastic gretzky pass and the great news shot his iconic in canada but to me the unsung hero on that play he's larry murphy who goes to the post stand there and freezes the goaltender jimmy great song playing no no he was burnt burnt that's key passes it over sixty six get the larry murphy with the game on the lie that is freed you gotta treat a good stuff eight jeff we had a very rare offer sheet today fans love these i dunno just for the drummer clauses but the montreal canadians of all teams they signed sabbatical a five year forty two point twenty seven million dollar offer she comes out to i got it right here a eight illicit eight point four million over eight point four million first off the number was even that high for an offer sheet i it didn't seem like a number that's gonna be tough on carolina even match where i know that i think are aided they're they're banking on you know the first year being frontloaded to the tune of twenty one million dollars that was gonna be the pill that went down sideways on the hurricanes and they work in a bite on it but you know i know where the money averages out is you know find the hurricanes i think it was like a nine point five read ten you know they would have you know sort of you know step back a step back on the table and said okay let's talk about this folks 'em but i mean this one i mean he's gone rebelling his press conference on even joking about it by saying like look you know they got do not do much work this summer a i'm not the negotiating a contract montreal made it a symbol for me i i think what you know we offer sheet is that that bogeyman that they're that cautionary tale will offer sheets are common owes spooky appreciates her comments you know it's it would kind of a letdown like you're right all right like wow we finally saw offers she keep sharing of boats he may be deep these unicorns in the tv aid and there we finally had one but unfortunately she it was it was a week like it's a it's a late offer sheet it's one the carolina hurricanes we all expect will match quite quickly after i would imagine done with down the hurricane kinda wanna freeze montreal here a free the might of doing business her seventies and then just saying okay we're gonna match on a on a whole year i think we may want an offer sheet wisdom teeth with some clause that would really you know force a force the team to consider you know not not matching it but we didn't get that with the montreal canadians today i think this is one that easily matched by the hurricane is it a lot of sugar in the coffee upfront protected under the carolina hurricanes yeah probably she lives in after the season and they just had i get that like the chiefs freshen up here expression here in canada and you know it is you know each cleaned up anyone who's like that squeezing the beaver on the nickel a toasty quilt and we understand that i get it but if you can't find sebastian hell with that team after that season then i i don't know what you do with the carolina auto there yeah exactly then it's time to call up houston and see if you want to pay quebec city how's how's that new video trying arena looking looking tread ending like good to me this is the lay out the two foot but you're not you appreciate me move on i was actually not surprised at all to see him get offer sheet it i mean i guess they offer sheet as a whole is not very popular but he's the type of player he's so so silky i love a host game so a he's worth the money i really think you'll only get better and better these other teams main guy offensively that at least i was looking at a west point aaron end so you're in the know merrick's got all his buddies all sources you always knows what's going on that's something about you people don't realize merrick you always know what's going on around the league so why last night my here in like an errand to the islanders is a done deal and then he ends up but the rangers and it's under twelve million per year so it's a huge win for the rangers what everyone was saying long island last night yeah i think it was a smart play by d h in policy offense you know try to create the marketplace try to drive up the price and then signed where you wanna sign no much on tomorrow's last year who left money on the table the san jose offer 'em you know with more money than toronto offered but ultimately he wound up playing toronto and ultimately i never wanted to be a ranger and i i think you know although the legal never come out and admit it publicly like the lee has to be thrilled at at this you know and if you're a player in the nhl and you're concerned about esco you have to be thrilled about this because he nhl stronger league when the rangers are powerful team a an as a player you want you're wealthiest team and not just making the playoffs but going his deepest possible olympic the rangers rebuild although it's not be end were starting to see the beginning of the end of the rebuild i want this next wave of rangers team is is gonna look like and i think this was a this was a really nice job of of of business being done by paul you're fat heavy pronounced want it to go to new york that was something we heard about no going back to last summer andy made the marketplace whether it was florida whether it's the new york islanders and ultimately settled into where he wanted a what the number he wanted no but i don't think anyone is crying about an hour and a just making shy of twelve million dollars an interesting thing about him as well you know you consider you know the level of his compensation and where he's at in the nhl guy i would never draft right and guys come over to north america until he was twenty four years old and now all of a sudden he's one of the richest players in the game and the most highly sought after free agent this year and you off season so up and down and a derogatory about rumor has it colorado action baiter pretty good style and i'm too yeah yeah i could see that i can see that and he would have fit in well there but nothing i mean as you guys a well know where the brighton beach you know that community although the russian hockey players made famous by cold eleven cheat off and all those rangers the russian rangers that they won the cup back in the day a that is a very much preferred destination for a lot of russia born hockey players i mean as good as any aren't is is it any bit of an overpay outlet eleven point six million i mean i know talented he is but obviously knock it is what it is you get what you pay but it is it is it any bit of an overpay jeff i you know i dunno 'cause i love in our game and normally i would say well you look at the age and you look at the term and that's a pretty big investment a to make for someone like that but when you look at where the game is is that right now are eight and where it's headed i mean he's a threat on a lot of different levels i mean he's an elite level playmaker he's one of these new wave of of a winger deal the playmaking winger only that the guy that just finishes but we're starting to see whether it's cain whether it's martyr a lot more players coming in nhl that you know they're not shy about carrying the puck over the blue line and making the plays so he has that 'em in his in his bag of tricks and he's off to a scoring threat is well he makes players better around joe biden normally already i'm wicket i'd be concerned about that level of competition about term for that age but when i look at the game now look at how the game is played like this guy this guy in a lot of weight and body exactly where the game is at two nights in two thousand eighteen well another former blue jackets and and fellow countrymen upfront when aaron bobrovsky right it made sense everyone would say in florida forever long ago retires it's pretty much a done deal when we saw that go down but give me your honest opinion ten years or seven years ten million ear like that man yeah how could you not in two years be see like a complete disaster and be like oh my god we saw this coming yeah i think the last two will be like that which i think he probably you know stick that one in the long term deposit is the result there might be guaranteed i just don't know eight seven seven years seventy million dollars i just don't know where the market watch that ten million dollar hockey player that would be islanders a were gonna offer her boss you should do you know committed the the the bears are tommy laron before they went the varlamov fruit i just don't know where the the ten million dollar market was a particular brosky i mean the one thing you know treatment at talked about this on the podcast countless times whenever joel quenneville goes into a new situation or whenever clinton goes into a is interviewed for new job the first question he always asked the gm is crews are goal and the goal is so there's a dancer so joel quenneville had this guy in in sergei bobrovsky but i think you're point the good one you know here's someone who know we've we've seen 'em have a brutal body before we this is someone that we've seen although not so much the season we've seen you know the player falter in the playoff numerous times is wilders cleared the get you there and clearly get you through i'll tell you what there there are two guys that the minute that signing with me but who's smile just got deeper and richer and one of them is brayden hopi and the other guy is that pending net for the other team in florida right now if but brosky the ten million dollars those two other goaltenders niece accomplish it got a whole lot richer nike when's the last time a goalie making that much won a stanley cup though i mean corey crawford i know why just over six and he got paid out proven himself by winning one i think it's ridiculous the big boy that much money i mean carey price shirt 'cause he's you know he's he's he's the natural but nonetheless when's the last time goalie making that much of a team's cap even before that even before there were hard salary cap has won won a championship yep okay let me let me try to make the case on behalf of billtown again i i listen i don't disagree and then you're you're you're factor bang on let me make the case ridell talent you have the florida panthers who last year offensively red top ten team in the nhl the power play second any nhl this team had euro problem scoring and we suspect next season this team will have euro problem scoring the thing they kill the florida panthers they couldn't get a save an you guys played you know what it's like when all your hard work it's on done because you can't get a safe and that's what happened along who couldn't stay healthy rhymer couldn't couldn't make say like all season long no matter what they did it all got on done by bad goaltending so maybe ask yourself what's that worth to us is worth five million sure there were six million seven now were certainly getting the dangerous territory but about the market and you stand up for a top ten team offensively we are chillers on the power play if we could just get it saves saint louis why can't that be a then maybe do make decatur overpaying what the netminder jeff some signings ended up just as we expected but rashida florida do shane in nashville biz called that one a boy did and everybody all right buddy tagging me about like ours insider you know one of three teams going to i know is it gets hot joke i'm i'm having some folly a bunch of woodside who's the biggest surprise you total amount science bar where a guy ended up what surprised you the most i can't believe what minnesota's doing right now are oh i think he's not the matt matt liquor rallo a the minnesota wild six five five at thirty two years old you know doubling down on age i mean when you're already in the central division not getting any easier alright saint louis the stanley cup champions of chicago's on their way back then bowman rebuilding that'd be he would have paid for gonna be there nashville got mad the sheen like that that division is real hot an already you know you've you've you've seen the past couple of seasons the minnesota wild plano in it and now all of a sudden you doubled down on age age by bringing in mats zuccarello at thirty two years old i man i i noticed they were i noticed they were quote i think the money with other similar or they're the same spot with the dallas stars are true as we all know wrote a different spot in their winning cycled and minnesota andy hold up worthy extra year i believe dallas with doctoring for minnesota was the only one that was willing to go five but man that is eight tough one to take if you're a minnesota soto wild fan i know the a sentence got a tough job they're married to a lot of long term deal been tops the undo alive contract and get things going with the minnesota wild but this one to me is this one to me more than anything else has has made me shaking my head on on free agency i'm also surprised 'em that wayne simmons didn't get anything more than a one year contract i know colorado is entrusted i know there's a couple of other team though that the rich in wayne simmons i you would get more than that in a one year contract the ultimate we ended up signing with the new jersey devils at apparently minnesota's auction was phil kessel first but he wouldn't waved a no trade clause them he's like no i'm not going there who might play end yet engine jason's decker it's gonna be the guy jason zucker through all of this like you go to the calgary stuff at the trade deadline now you go through this with the pittsburgh penguins i mean if there's one player who you know who shields you know like not wanted on the voyage more the northern jason zucker i don't know who that guy is any good hockey you player to that's the thing like i love jason's i think he's a hell of a hockey player an here it is you know twice once a deadline with the flames and they went to pittsburgh penguins say what's whoever ends up at the end of the day 'cause you know like minnesota whoever ends up with jason zucker this off season is getting one highly skilled in a highly highly motivated hockey players like see we know dallas and far both lot better today jeff but who got worst anybody a who got worse while i mean be islanders islander yeah var varlamov people i mean the islanders capitol they have great like yeah i mean they they lost leonard but they added varlamov you know some people we talked about goaltenders being brittle you know that could you know sometimes varlamov and fall under that umbrella as well he was i mean last season and we've seen before from sergei varlamov mean he'd like a he's like a toilet seat a sagging go up and down and up and down he had that great october last year and then month after month after month decline the decline of yahoo turned it down with him and then picking back up again losing a spot to grow byron back and forth like he's had a very bizarre career in the nhl 'em the islanders retain their captain it almost feels as if that was a fallback plan to retain anders lee if they didn't end up getting a are coming from aaron 'em i i still wonder about the winnipeg jets you guys an i wonder if winnipeg it's going could be that team that this you know that and get more expensive but doesn't get better i'm a big kyle connor fan i think call connors one of the most underrated players in the league all this guy does every morning is put his hands on it score bold and no one talks about him fence wiki good hockey player if you haven't watched winnipeg jets game checkout college connor i'm not the biggest patrick lining guy you know he's as we've seen before i know all goal scores were street even eman don't bounce quite take it to a whole different extreme but i i wonder about the winnipeg jets here who you know they they move away from they move away from trueba 'em they a kevin hayes they couldn't hang onto end up you know he ended up with the philadelphia flyers 'em and now you're looking at least signing patrick line eight that's gonna be at expensive ticket on its be expensive ticket as well i like brandon anna not sure that i like money in there but i liked the player i ended up her mother stored know something something we don't that's a great rest of known for a guy who's playing on the bottom six for the winter page i know i just loved by thaws like him though like he's a pit bull on a workshop like i love the weight and play i just i just love that player i thought that bird lime is one of the best entire nhl a news a big part of it i i know it's a it's a lot of money in a lot of term for him but i i do look at winnipeg and i'd say they got more expensive i just don't know if they got better to all of you're busting out all the dan rather sayings tonight i love it i had never done before like a toilet seat at a staggering dough that's that's like i'm not i listen i didn't i didn't come up i pick that up somewhere along the line trust me but what you're saying greatness borrowed a genius ill i'm sure i stole that somewhere along the line that it's worth keeping i know joe pavelski went the dallas style three times seven i did any elements of that deal surprise surprise i guess just 'cause he was a captain in san jose and he's thirty five five and he gonna raise doing a dallas i think just the whole every element kind of blew me away collectively but what about what was your take on it a birthday is july i wanna say ten so he can still be bonus so he's not thirty five until then so he slides and on a technicality a which is good and listen i like the fact the dallas dallas going forward here in dallas you know brings brings in sacra after he gets brought up columbia buddy edmonton oilers 'em in you know joe pavelski is a huge upgrade upgrade to what they have right now like there's a lot of reasons i think it'd be should be excited about dallas mean tyler sagan is front and center i think radic fox is always a sneaky silky trophy a candidate their blue line is a murderer's rivers row 'em and if you haven't added look at a man you guys have but if you're lizard haven't had a chance to watch dallas stars a games a mirror light skin is worth the price of admission him and john klingberg are fantastic 'em this is really good dallas thirteen and they just got better immediately by bringing in a joke developed who makes them better on lights and make some better in the room again like this is this is an impressive showing here from from jim no end they might they might already have the best goaltending antimony nhl well the goaltending was phenomenal that guy from the coyotes chime in their case tight coyote did a wonderful job and what could happen with the starter next year or who's gonna be the starter next year nobody knows that's that's business problem that no one knows well the thing about dallas's to that the goaltending has a question for so long when they went through the latin in years and then bishop as it was so good this year then they added belsky like you're bringing you're talking about for me it's like i look at corey perry and you're talking about jason zucker being a guy that's gonna be ready to play and i think corey perry's gonna have a bounce back year i i know the speed isn't exactly there but i think he has the game where he doesn't necessarily need to be the fastest guy in there's been so many injuries in such a shit situation in anaheim i just wouldn't be surprised to see him come back and him in wolski could make such a big difference in care who take heat a mainly 'cause he gets injured a lot to that kikkan adam down to the back against that team up she could be ready to make a huge step and they lost game seven double overtime to the cup champs anyway so it's like they're right there i oh man end you're right there and there's there's a lot to like the boat listen i i mean i love the andrew coughlin story like i love players that realize what they did when they were playing you know junior hockey in canada isn't gonna work in the nhl so there'd be create themselves and that's what andrew coughlin it is in her you know my money should always be in that soggy trophy 'em conversation and she did that consideration like i i like i to me it it comes down to know where do you getting out of you're top guys how far can you blue line k u n timmy the lesson of the dallas stars and dollars a few years ago and his managerial travel until you want the minimize the td goaltenders went through and you know dallas and we all know has the worst travel of any team in the entire nhl like i think it really gonna start to see more teams do without it with their mind again that is split gloat you know that it's not gonna be you're traditional eighty twenty starter backup sure you're gonna have that in places like montreal now carey price and keith kincaid but you look at how ben bishop anton khudobin split the duty and what ended up you look at all the teams that did it last year right whether it was on the boston bruins weather with the new york islanders whether it was the dallas stars like all these teams a colorado avalanche like all these teams a platoon the goaltenders you know all that killer first around where everybody's healthy and everyone every game game seventy 'cause you're playing ball that was fantastic lock in those teams that rested goaltender throughout the season that were the ones that were able to excel i i think that for my money the the combination battery of ben bishop anton khudobin is probably the best combination entire nhl a lot of it again out of necessity i get that but i think the dallas stars of really stumbled in the teaching me nhl a significant lesson on how to manage the load on goaltenders in in two thousand nineteen going back to the office she fermented again you know we know the cans and got a matchup but will we see any actual repercussions against the haves by other gm's so she office sheeting that that that's why they don't do it by repercussions so we connects you see anything like about variety even happen like carolina turn around and proceeded player down the road m i don't know that's a that that carolina has the budget to do things like that you know what i do wonder about all right i wonder i'm still thinking about this today with the with birkin preach about this on a on a panel is where we're leaving this afternoon i wonder i really wonder if montreal did every other general manager of the rfk a favorite here by pricing sebastian i host so low what does that say about you're negotiations with tomorrow with brayden point with matthew could shock you know all these other teams kyle connor that have players of similar elk or all expecting to sign upwards of ten million dollars all of sudden here comes the montreal canadians and church frontloaded and twenty million bucks in the first twelve months the deal but all of a sudden the boston now who's an eight and a half million dollar hockey player i really i i wonder if that has any fact on negotiations with any of these other group to free agency this off season called also eligible robbery she don't sober i i wonder if some guys guy collusion but you're saying you don't you know they you know they shake federal okay let me ask yeah yeah they should sell it arm wrestling contact to in mark berge amana rod brindamour no rain in a mother's jeez that's a rough outing very hard every thursday jack man who wins that arm wrestle speaking speaking of jacked a big trade by the arizona coyotes giving here's what you're gonna say here's what i like about that deal and this is where i always find value in a player like so cal 'em beds sweat you know where it's like the happy grind out every single that when you spend an entire game grinding hard every single goal it's hard it's taxing physically taxing mentally what i love about social capital and players like that they can give you the easy goal you know the guys come down the wing it take it in and it's like oh god that's so nice so now you get such a breath of fresh air up and down the bench we just got it easy call one that we didn't have to work for why don't we just put the puck on this guy stick and all of a sudden the red light is going up the fans cheering that the value one of the values timmy ever play like full cancel anytime you can have someone that could score that easy goal and it's almost like a release valve the players in a release all up and down the bench oh thank god show just gave us an easy one huge value there the cooking it's okay to ninety four go ahead go by i yeah i like china might he he was shattered really hard time with the way he handled montreal like here's a kid that was you know he's listen he's a he's a center 'em am but when they brought him in montreal how many times did we hear yes we were gonna put him at center will be leaving center because that's gonna develop and then every time they were like unimportant a defensive zone face off a yeah go check out w taken the draw like he was false start in so many crimes that center but the montreal canadians that i i wonder sort of how much long term damage that did a to this you know young players now development and ultimately we do we still see the repercussions are we still sort of coasting on those teams i don't know but i i look at genyk and i say man if only montreal would've just put him at center left them at center center i understand you know you put lars eller beside him with a little bit of a babysitter here and there i get that but i think i make mistakes but the guy learn let the guy grow right now jimmy it now it's a guy clean out playing on his third team in in three seasons and i can't help but going back there how handled by the montreal canadians and how things maybe would have been different trickled shenyang had he been handled differently with the have well jeff we wanna thank you so much for joining us on short notice i noticed one of the busiest days of the year for you by the way happy canada day as well to you i know it's a big day few you guys up north sola again thanks love you're inside the it's always top notch you boys have have a wonderful dumber always good catching up in a you got to dedicated that year balls right here keep up the great work well thanks as always and i know you were you pry hard as a rock when you heard that no offsides anymore talk and then it ended up being phantom i know how you feel about offsides i know man i had to like oh man i hope i'm wearing black pants could hide the bone around the corner but no no come back rationing down a buddy that my my my all my old are hiv little bag so much reading a as already said happy kennedy would talk to you soon thank thank finale already got the best thank god that interview is also brought to you by quip went up the first say it sometimes we need a vacation from vacation delayed fights have hotel snafu chatty travel companions i think i had all three last weekend or getaway for two minutes twice a day with quip their wireless electric toothbrushes lightweight income tax packs await easily india tote a carry on you all this stuff your luggage happens to all of us 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is a free agency frenzy broke down yeah he's great at his driving congratulations jeff i i wasn't aware of that thanks for sharing that with that's a nice little hot woman stories and go along with that free agency breakdown and boys we got off she like we did mention the jeff i will get a little more detail on it then we did not do within a restricted free agents have bashing otto signed a five year forty two point twenty seven million dollar offer sheet with ls habit pumps the hurricanes have a week to massey offer they say they're going to a we like we just said what jeff it's not that high of a number now guys i wanna ask you something now sebastian novel let me said he signs and actual contract track of montreal north carolina's gonna match it you gotta be a hurricane will he get any funny looks in the room from from the teammates at all well they understand you know all the all the teammates says i man you're gonna have an unreal tim dinner the paid for this year the at one point point they'll be on the board but that's just getting a deal put right in front of your face hey and you sign it and the funniest thing is you don't really i shouldn't say you should you don't care but doesn't matter who who ends up giving you the contract you're good to go i'm going ryan hartman style so i'm going dark for a week after i signed i don't care who fucking what team i'm on 'em i said you only it was a snowball's chance in hell by montreal carolina's gonna match that it was that front loaded money that that maybe maybe montreal is relying on the fact that carolina's owner is a very cheap that maybe he wouldn't wanna pay that upfront 'cause that's hard we saw it with a the shea weber deal in nashville that was difficult at the time for a small market team and correct me if i'm wrong where i wanna see he got paid like what twenty six million dollars signing bonus money on that offer sheet from philadelphia right around there enough where in the first thirteen months anywhere it's all right away that was the one thing an even though carolina's cheap i mean it's it's pretty well known right when when when the new owner came on i mean they were they were looking at court costs in every in every aspect of their organization but that's their best player right and they have the he has money you just about don't want to spend it on a guy like that after the season you've had merrick said it perfectly how do you not an and i actually it's shocking to think that he will be an eight and a half million dollar player now because you look around the league and you look at how good he is i mean that could easily next year of eighty five ninety points i mean he's he's that good he's that talented and if he's making that that really does affect some signings going on here in the future was a really good really good point that merrick man yeah he's his points have gone up forty nine to sixty five to eighty three keeps getting better and better every year a this is the first offer sheet more than six years last on natural way back in two thousand seven with dustin pena but you know like i said the merit when you reid the numbers yell at you kinda like why the fuck down what teams do it i mean you didn't grab next week you know basically given up a few picks they got a guy is but as awful i think we might see more teams daughter i think they might they might off a little more money they could then the canadians did because they really didn't blow anybody out of the water that number either they should've thrown in some shape free gift certificate or like took them all last weekend a oh so anyway that's the big the big offer sheet again carolina's gonna magin but that that's a big growth of the day now let's get to the big signings out a lot of these weren't too much of a big surprise some alright nuts interrupt you go ahead before you kinda going a little list here it kind of sucks it all start breaking last night i mean i know that that's what happens now but what's the point of july first at noon if all of a sudden last night it was like i think at some point i saw a couple of tweets like bush will the sports not even have a show like everything i mean not everything's done but it kinda rattles made it all breaks the night for now yeah it's it's tough when you know journalist get a school that that's their job they wanna get it out there but yeah you kind of wish they would sit on a little bit 'cause you know some of the trades frankly we we did know about last night and it definitely takes a little air out of their own what's up as well now saying that that was that's all because of the period that opens up in order for potential free agents in order to talk to other teams and that was something that the the nhl pva worked out for the players 'cause like i mean ultimately they wanna know their best option and how much they could make in go make it so i mean that that helped the players were players podcast so fucking rights pay the boys yeah but like you said it would be nice that they didn't take the surprise element of it but whatever ended that all comes out in the wash shot so without further do i i am an air and he did go to the range is after all seven year deal worth eighty one point five million comes out you eleven point six foot two million dollars that's a big hit whitney which i take on this one brother it makes total sense so is it seemed it seemed destined yeah he's gonna end up in new york ranger and all of a sudden the rangers and they're rebuilding their letter to their fans that year right around the a i think it was the deadline maybe when they said you know were not really going forward it's gonna be one of those things where we are looking at a rebuild and that word is is i think teams try not to use it but that look like the case now things have it quickly turn i mean if you if you look at the money they spent on canarian i think every fan of the rangers happiest under twelve million per season so if you look at bennett jet and how good he's bad and you can picture pronouncement them you can picture some high end off and you still have lung close to skip continually playing you know out of his mind in a sense if you look at all these getting any still just top goal it seems like every year but he puts them on the edge of thinking that they compete and get into the playoffs and kind of get away from this little rebuild in this plan of maybe being batra three four years so i think he's worth that money i think that if you look at the seasons he's had ever since he came over he's dominated at the beginning of his only because he played with patrick kane and then he was gone and then he continually did it on his own in every single time people question he could he he produced improved in the playoffs you is good 'em is at the top free agent on the market i think in in you if you look at the rangers going out and getting that guy i i do think it makes a lotta sense when america mentions this is a top market this is a big original sixteen there on national tv a lot it makes sense but the rangers it'd be good and i think they understood that in fager and i forget this rebuild thing let's go after this guy and get going off the top free agent winger available i i think he's worth every penny i think if i'm him i sign in colorado not many people talked about the fact that the last minute colorado offer them maybe even more than what a new york it offered him i heard it was around twelve million a year for seven years a i think corrupt colorado is ready to win now 'em i i think that rangers have a decent squad i don't i don't see them as a playoff team in the next few years 'em from from what i've heard it was a family decision on parents a side where they want it to be in new york and colorado so as far as hockey sensor i think it's crazy that inside of colorado 'cause automatically you're kind of on a i i would say with him in that lineup you're an automatic playoff team if not top why seven rake contenders to win the stanley cup so whatever if he's happy in new york he he he could be happy there but a m i i would have liked the steam in colorado that's all i'm saying all right another big name we mentioned 'em matt do shane he went the national seventy is fifty six million dollars eight million dollar cap it ties fellow center ryan joe hansen for the largest in history in speaking you'll hanson those two are gonna make a nice one to punch up the middle of the reds a they were lacking in scoring last year you gotta you gotta magic do change gonna help out a big time biz which i take on this one my man a straight up the middle east you said a one two punch and now they got kyle tourists third line center making six million dollars 'em i you know i i think that i think it's a great signing i think he fits perfectly there it's where he wannabe people stop tweeting me in dmv me about the fact that i was zone broke that news it was between what who is either gonna sign of columbus nashville or who who is the other front runner the land you even know if there ever was he joined i he denied it whereas he going in that this guy's already recordings courting as new country album and not that hard to predict it folks so happy for him in a i regret not taken a shot in right well that's my single well i mean i dunno i just what it was supposed to say i mean he will go in there is the fact that you think a or people think you broke it is hilarious i guess that's the power of decide or check us army 'em i wonder what the the insider commie he took the day off today we never saw him he must have been on the core somewhere but you shave gonna make them really good in the sense that they never they they they haven't had it gamebreaker i think or heads great at times i think inconsistency sort of an issue of thumb we'll see flashes of brilliance but over eighty two games is it there do shane could take over games i mean you you see nights where he gets to water will you know one in three he has big nights where he's treating every shift so them they have a guy like that through the middle and also having a huge number two center in ninety two there it makes total sense there de still good it's a team that you thought last year would have been better than they were and you're like oh man through window closing well no i mean david while he's not satisfied he knows they're still out there there's players players there that have a lot of a lot left the given and used you'll see them right back in the mix the season they transition from being strike from the back end which they still have a nice back and losing poop pk sue ban so now they want the strength up the middle of the ice still a contender i'd say top five in the league right now and yeah that's all i got all right next up boys a florida panthers will probably the team to improve the most a on a monday and that's largely because they went out and they got themselves a bonafide goaltender sergei brin bobrovsky they sent into a seven year seventy a seventy million dollar deal that million dollars per year huge deal but they do like up the biggest issue last year the goal attendance was was a problem father longo battled injuries that they didn't get great working james rhymer and if they did they would have made the playoffs now they bring up bobrovsky they also added a couple other guys to they added a military they signed him who the hell is the anton strommen in a rut calmly so florida man they they had quite a few guys on the roster this year i'm sorry today much better team and they were certainly yesterday i did like the tweet from frankfurt tronto he basically said chihuahua ross you could have my number but you're gonna have to buy me a rolex and dinner all yeah i thought that was pretty funny but with dog again there's not much that this fucking florida got their goalie finally i would say if you're a bruins fan you gotta be a little wary this divisions only getting better florida team that wasn't in the mix at all last season in new glenville coming in might be the biggest addition right they got a goalie but to get get him as their coach like i can't see them if they don't make playoffs next year disaster happened that way that team now who you know we heard jeff say they can score i mean that's an issue at all the there'll be the chance of of of keeping the puck side of the net it's just it's just so much much money so much fucking money this guy is set for life now i mean i don't know like every player isn't the same like he could easily be driven and be ready impeach training his hardest arab for the next six seven years but it could also be like i'm set i'm living in florida this is the good like man it's something you'll see it in all sports you you you get paid and you're living in a comfortable place i mean there's there's it's an easy way of of not living up to expectations or the money that you make i this is me guessing writers may not happening maybe fabulous there but if he's not i won't be surprised at all i think it's a bit of an overpayment a very desperate for goaltending based on their their their last few years i mean especially america mentioned the fact they couldn't keep the puck out of the net last year being one of the top ten offense of teams in the league history tells me when you overpay goalies and not the phase out of his prime 'cause i would say he might not have success the future but boy she had some injuries i mean he's not playoff proven like five i mean corey crawford as i mentioned german american interview that he got paid just over six million any proved himself at that point an ten and a half million for a goaltender who's thirty two years old is a lot of money i wish the best of them and i think that that that team deserves success and how to grow that market to but fox me ten and a half ouch yeah a lot of money for a goalie no doubt about that we already mentioned joe pavelski wants other stars three is twenty one million i i wasn't shocked by the seven million just to clarify my tweet from earlier in the day when i said while he obviously deserves it coming off the year he had i like i said i was just he was a captain another team and you went to another team for a raise at thirty four going up thirty five years old and just the whole the whole thing to me kind of caught me a little bit off guy but i clearly deserves a wet what is it what else does he do this dies their leadership in a guy but the ultimate pro his entire career anytime you have a captain come over to a new team you know he immediately gets respecting mean every guy in the room when when you're a captain of another club i mean do you have all the respect in the world every guy in that locker room i think because of that he makes a huge difference so good in front of the net on the power but i mean like maybe one of the best if not the best in the league tipping crocs have always said that 'em i speed isn't isn't it gave it never really has been though like from the time he came into the league you'd never one of the fastest players these great positionally he he knows what it takes to like earn a goal that makes any sense i mean he takes beating sometimes just simply injured please do a lot of different things and i think dallas gets a great guy who's proven it in just three years right so it's not you're not looking at at worrying about oh my god five six years what's he gonna be i think he he has three good years left in a man hyperbolic twitter was going not saying this is a bad deal this guy had thirty talks five of the last six seasons only off theory had was twenty two goals and that was the year before this past season 'em if you could provide them thirty goals again for even the next two years that's a fair deal they got a nice little window here it's a tie potentially take a stab at a cop i think that's a great signing where you mentioned the leadership aspect in a team that i mean like jamie benzel leader but he's he's never taken his team to the next level i mean i don't develop she's never wanna cop but he's brought into the finals they had a ton of playoff experience and it's just gonna add to that locker room so i think it's a great signing people or people are weird about the number seven seven million he he's consistent enough where i believe that with that lineup he's gonna put up another thirty the next two maybe three years yeah great signing man he's one of the better goal scores i think there's only like what three guys who have more goals than him over but like the last ten years so l of a sign of a dallas got to keep their captain is on disley went back to the island seventy is forty nine million comes out the seven year this is a guy who's had a hundred and two goals over the last three years if he left the islanders without a gaping hole upfront rent but he returns what else does he do for this team that is 'em i think it's a great signing i don't know if it the fact that they signed him after they didn't line and aaron had anything to do with it but another guy where he's gonna add goals that lineup on a team that starving for often so they sold the big hole and i i i think it's a fair number for him a great guy great leadership and uncomfortable in that locker room what they had to resign him who is it was it was a done deal once i think and aaron didn't go there the he would be back but we saw a tweet earlier in the day i'm i'm sorry i don't remember who sent it but then he was in the nine million per year ranch and that columbus who's gonna be out of it because of that i couldn't believe that i mean maybe that's a great job by his agent but if he ended up signing for a you know a yearly average of that it would have been insane book where what he's done with the islanders this is made a huge difference in raleigh on the ice leadership stuff you mentioned this the jet ad devour goals he's able to produce i mean on is not on his own but just in ways that not a lot of guys can do it i mean like i really good around the net but he's just such a beast i mean you can't move woman's in front of the net all the time you know what you're gonna get most nights so to lose him would have been a heartbreaking and i know i said with american everyday got worse 'em i just saw you know phil pool left i know he didn't do it on i mean but still he's a guy that had a really good season and now he's gone along with lehner who is so great so far lama may be awesome but any any islanders a reset even with the same thing they had this year would they be able to kind of do what they did again and i i don't think they'll be able to all right thanks so that input wet and there were so many free agents science we can't go every single one of those big once you once you get through for us we're gonna talk about a few of the trade that one on go ahead buddy there's nothing more he mentioned net front presence bonders leaders one guy that we we need to mention it's wayne simmons signed a one year deal with new jersey for five million dollars 'em i think he's gambling on himself and i love it and i think he's gonna go have a very successful season there that's a great addition by the new jersey devils ratio is ailing it in new jersey no doubt about that yeah that was the last one i had i'd written down one year deal phone wayne five million dollars and like you said he gets he had a kind of prove what he has left i mean we people kind of guvener enough 'cause we were calling underpaid and goal for guy only made four million it's like well it's not that we would tell you the feel bad from we would just stand the timing him sock he signed a good could deal last i'm alright we just talked about talking about guys getting thirty texier assigning seven two eight nine million dollar deals well this guy was doing it in philadelphia making for so it wasn't that he's suffering for money yeah four million dollars years very nice but based on what he was producing here's underpaid absolutely no doubt about it so if he if he knocks him down this year then you get a nice little ticket from south next year but we'll see what happens with what's your take on that one what i i dunno i mean i think that he's been as good as anyone in front of the net power play in in plain talk for a long time but i i didn't see anyone giving him a four five year deal even three years tough so i know you're saying he's betting on himself self but it's gonna get harder just as it gets a little older a still though if he goes out and has one of those wayne simmons gets twenty nine goals honored and tony pam's i won't be surprised at just what we ended up getting the next year 'em we've talked about it a lot and the fact that people think they were saying saying like feel bad from when he talks about shut up it was just more of the fact that a lot of guys you're making more money than m the word is productive or is hard to play against and it was that way for a long time yeah i thought five five most by a little bit more than i thought just given the way he you know he didn't end the season that grady i kind of a top playoffs but we'll see what happens if you can prove it now now gonna move over to the trades will check back with a few other signs of bit later but jesus in big trades in one of the biggest names on the block like move saturday night as we said what a few minutes ago feel thrilled castle one of the most consistent goal scores of the last decade plus which traded for the third time in his career pittsburgh sentence of the valley of the sun to join biz in the coyotes how the pens also sent defenseman dang burks in a fourth in twenty twenty one in exchange forward alex spellcheck end defenseman yet olivier joseph a the coyote salvi huge need by picking up some much needed scoring punch they scored the fewest goals five on five last season they were twenty eight the goals overall is you're gonna show this kid the robes and what very happy to have him i'll go to china first a had a really good start in pre season was feeling kaput i remember he had two goals in one game and then he went down with a lower body injury had a real tough starts the season is first battling off that injury in coming back in the lineup and finding his stride struggled in the first half of the season until they actually funny i played montreal of course they were building up the dome ego china trade then in montreal fans were raving about how the fact they fleece the coyotes 'em i thought he had a very strong second half of the season but you know never really got the show us what he was truly about i wish nothing but the best in pittsburgh and awesome guy a light by his teammates might imagine he's gonna have success just a success excuse me surrounded by all skills guys skill guys in pittsburgh they also gave up a very skilled defenseman appear olivier joseph a he wasn't up and comer a first round draft pick for the coyotes but a i i think coyotes have that win now mentality talk it wants to bring his teams in the next level very comfortable with still 'em there's a very good bond there i think that he's gonna provide that easy often says america mentioned a type of player that the coyotes he said not having a long time i mean you're talking about an eighty point guy nhl this is a pig in searching for the coyotes i just hope that he comes over the hungry in ready to prove himself in the desert i think he will i think their back there has been talk at the respect talk and has for him goes a long way i mean he's not he's not a green go there if he doesn't really wanna play for that guy and i think the talk it'll be able to get the most out of them he knows how to work with them i don't think they're being a hard ass the fills gonna work is the the little i do know him it doesn't sense like any coach it's gonna be a tough guy ham will end up getting through i mean he doesn't give a fuck what you say mean he goes out scores goals producers point doesn't miss games so don't try the bully around i think talk talk still like a human they probably have a joking relationship and it'll be a little different with him as head coach is opposed to assistant that changes relationships for sure but it's true they haven't had a gamebreaker at all have him there they gotta get have somebody make sure they get the puck but still merrick said it best you know you can end up seeing that guy get a goal and in the quick instant and all of a sudden it's like oh wow that was pretty easy you just got it at the red line beat a guy one on one at the bruins snap one bar down from the top of the circle and that's kind of what he does and arizona needed that yup and we also had an interstate trade between two new york teams on the range just sent jimmy visa buffalo in exchange for a third rounder and the twentyone draft a vcr get the play with his boy jack eichel he's got one year left at two point two seven five mil 'em would you take on national what i mean third round of easy sounds about right he said pretty decent career but he hasn't really like i don't maybe as max expectation that i think but i think what eichel man sky might be the limit that he's still got some chemistry yeah i saw funny picture i think buccigross tweeted it of those to sit and it's a whole baker 'em award ceremony when when they were be you and harvard and now they're back together in buffalo is actually the team who traded first rights and he chose not to sign there when when he originally signed with the rangers out of college and when already said that maybe hasn't reached expectations i mean they were ridiculous and they were made by him a lot's been made that a the bc watch was kinda what's kind of nuts in terms of him having not played in the nhl at all yet but still like if you look at people acting like all of this district doesn't matter he he he wasn't any good in new york it's seventeen goals last jeremy sabres had seventeen goals i dunno if the top my head betcha wasn't that many though so he's gonna make a difference i mean they're looking for death they're looking for guys you get fifteen twenty goals that matters and you don't have that so i think you'll be good there in the millionaire already has with eichel huge that's important an i mean you could say that he's not sixty five point guy but let me say this guy doesn't matter in this in a good player is fucking insane i mean i i'm gonna take you back which i think that's a i think he's gotta be better than he was in new york especially with the film familiar harrity they say that right no word check stacked i wait a minute ago the familiarity 'em fourth with jack eichel is gonna album and hopefully as a better i go there in new york yup 'em toronto very very busy teen they had to huge trade lots of fall has all gonna slow it down a we mentioned the tyson berry trade but we didn't give all the principles involved the lease i got tyson berry alex stra foot in a six rounder in twenty twenty from the avalanche four nazem kadri kelly rosen in toronto's thirds election in twenty twenty a colorado also eight fifty percent of berries annual average value which is five point five million a muslim cadre he's got three more years left at five four and a half man that's a great bogut colorado right there at berries in the last year of his four year deal it'll be usa after this season in line for a nice big raise her foot is in our our faith who made nine and a quarter last year in rosen is a un organizational depth guy making seven fifty a which i take on this deal altogether a business fires cadre going back w avalanche do think bench and played a role in getting traded what did you think about anyways please god i dunno i don't think i'll ever know the answer that unless a dubious says something but a great value for what kaji brings up a great second line center for colorado it's gonna it's gonna get tougher slide infer firkh guardrail 'cause now he's gonna have tougher line matchups that four and a half million you know it's kind of i would say hidden toronto but there is a lot of different weapons and guys taking me eyes off him 'em so did did they cain the colorado retain half of tyson berry salary in order for tronto tummy salary cap they did they did repaint fifty percent of his salary yes so to me it's a very fair deal where the the little the little then deals turf and i think he's a very underrated player yeah it's a great player going back to a toronto of course you're only getting tyson berry offer one year i'd imagine that they're not gonna be if they're not gonna be able to afford to resign him so this is kind of a a all my chips in the middle move by do this in order to take another stab at a making a run you take the shows no chance they reach china very difficult i mean imagine if they get martyr back they're gonna have matthews into their some of those deals there's no way you're gonna be able to afford to pay him doubleheaders morgan morgan riley should have been norris finalists this year he got snowed in the reason he got snow just because the voters i believe favor older guys on me a war they don't wanna give it to the new they wanna they wanna make them earn their stripes in that category i would imagine if morgan riley put some another season like he did last year eight and a half minimum and that's i would say eight at a hometown discount three years and you're gonna have to pay tyson berry if you i would say seven and a half minimum i know i've said nine before but i pam twelve he's he's a fucking unity tom but you can't pay to defense that much money no you would i go over the salary cap because they're fucking awesome guys and these are they gonna help them like the way he moves the puck i mean it's like guard it he's he's gardner but better you know what i mean gardeners kind of like a poor man's tyson and berries that makes sense i would say the risk to reward is not worth it with the gardner as opposed the tyson berry like tyson berry yeah you might throw a pizza now and then but he said map and that thing around in many moving and he's absolutely bozing he's he's an elite offensive defenseman and that's what you should be expecting toronto maple leafs so lay off my boy enough not uncommon after all if you like i mentioned the leash also made deal without you auto senators that was a pretty significant deal is well a auto a god defenseman keita's lights if there's a deal toronto's trying to get out from under a auto also lead for connor brown in forward michael kohn shown a toronto got defenseman cody she she defenseman it's been a ben hopper forward aaron loup chuck in columbus is third round selection in twenty twenty draft that was previously a quiet by auto a so like i said toronto got off in that type of deal as five more years at four and a half million per are they still need the science dc the sends get a solid folded connor brown could be good fifteen twenty goals and they also get some help on the back of woodside with john what do you got on this one for us the craziest thing of all this cody cc played junior the auto is sixty seven nhl for the ottawa senators and now it's been traded and the maple leaves like let me get this guy out of ontario she's like fuck me see some content in north america jesus but giants have had to be moved i mean it's it's plain and simple they had they get rid of five more years at four and a half and cody cc i think it's his last year already did you just say that he's rfk he has to be signed by todd toronto okay so skews me i had i thought he had one year left but 'em this is all all base to mix tomorrow right you gotta create room say wasn't producing offensively i don't think it at the level at the maple leafs thought was legit per what his salary is a he had the go corner brown is a big loss for them though 'em i wonder that there's nights you know you see implant on top by any could see him play in the fourth on but he makes a huge difference i think the cap and it is good enough where in highland is similar in a sense of they're both righties and they play hard they play fast but still he's a player that made the maple leafs better many times we could score and breakaways i mean he probably thirty goals year but a a trade that made sense i mean you don't often see in a division trades i don't feel like but still it it sent and it wasn't a surprise i don't know nothing about either of those guys so we can move on easy enough that i the blackhawks got andrew shot back and sound he may want a couple of cups back in the day well they got him back from montreal in the bounty of that was let's see let's see they got andrew sharp seven then twentyone he went back the chicago and they sent three picks had a second in twenty twenty seven and twenty twenty in a third and twenty twenty one of the seventh round is a basic cancel each other out so it's really shot for a second and the third he's got some hot miles on a couple more years left on his deal a he hasn't really produced a shitload of montreal just because of his injuries biz what do you think you might have left in the tank after his high plains area 'em i dunno i dunno i i've night i i'm walking hammered i love it it's candidate based you deserve at checkout it i'm great nations are my country's fucking birthday times at six fifty they're gonna start i better after that they heater my ear and start ripping it after this a major shaw yeah i mean man made a difference there before i don't i don't wanna say not not as good as he was but i you never really made the same impacted montreal they did with with with chicago chicago is so deep when he was there though made total sense is like the eight best forward then he gets paid a lot of money i still think that he's familiar there clinton ville gone but a lot of his teammates you're still there and and and you know the type of game you're gonna get out of 'em it's just about what could he produced offensively in at the number a he earned it should be probably a little bit more than it is i couple more hill will fly if you have any a any takes on it speak climate offer a sack i remind whitney about a funny story because we were talking about it was said and bear that vail colorado on a training session where they went one on one that's all i wrote down padras you you should be reminded by that oh yeah i i almost wanna save it for cleary 'cause he's gonna fucking come on at some point danny claire bearcat 'em he ended up having a there is a one on one drill where i think you basically lit up all lined up along the boards right in all going to read then you throw the puck out there right and then you start off one on one team gets the guy and then the other team gets guys and it ended up three on three or for some reason it ended up one on one for like maybe three minutes and it could have been down low i don't exactly remember the story it's likely we need the help but it was him against air on one let you have any cartilage in his other need couldn't even move out there said was just it was just barest port they're working on getting work like you've never seen somebody get work one on one and ice hockey right so beryl never forget it he text me say jesus christ fear off my life jason tell the story better someday when he's on but yeah all right let's take a little break from freezing say all right boys i know we got a lot of information lotta tedious detailed set a goal but so we've got a few more trades we're just gonna run over these one real quick and listen guys there's a shitload of signing see today this is impossible for us to over every deal a an analyze it because frankly there's just too many of them and you're you're fucking i will get claes all listen to it as well as talking about so we're not gonna go over every single sign and we when we went to the major ones and we wanna finish on finish up on the trades a the colorado avalanche quiet food andre burke hausky and the capital's before scott costs chuck in a second and third round picks in twenty twenty a the vegas golden knights traded offensive minded defenseman calling no it's a buffalo for a second in twenty one in fifteen twenty two mil is got three years left at three point eight seven five million per a vegas also sent our call it a carolina nicolas roy in a conditional fifth and twenty one florida sent james rhyme at the carolinas scott falling in the six round one twenty the panthers denver auto down so they'd have money to throw it but brosky in again there's so many other signings i mean tyler myers onto that connects five is thirty mil a baggage free up a couple of their hometown veterans tons of ju guerrilla five is dirty mel millions of fucking deals out there with any take on those last few trades all what not really not really i right now it's like there's so much stuff that's happening there's so many different moves that have gone on it's information overload it's like well what's gonna happen every team nobody is a fucking clue how people are gonna fit in so all these trades that ended up getting broken down in the winners and loser name nobody has an idea of what's gonna happen so that's kind of where i'm at right now you hear about all this stuff you gotta take in where they'll spin in the lineup where things will end up working out for each player individually in at least see training camp to wonder what's gonna happen here who will be the winner of this trade i think this is the first time we had a trip of free agency we couldn't name every signing is just you know like i said we don't want a bar allison's redone fucking numbers off all day gustaf maquis there's another guy for years twenty two mil want the columbus so i'd already heard he could have gone edmonson 'em you know can haul and then detroit there's a lot of familiarity there that's how you say the word an i thought that might be an option but he wants staying columbus close to his home in detroit if he's still has it hell the golfer i've mentioned it before a but that's gonna be a good player for columbus i mean they they lost the game breaker but the ad him in that at least helps a little bit yeah oh there's one other story to i blocked at this morning 'em andre natural flees the fight in the nhl years ago he coaches at tj galley out his old team in the nhl i'm sorry the gay joel he got word of tj these comments on spit in check that's all he did was say that the county plato is a shit hole and you had some words about the hospital well now they're upset said that he should be arrested if he ever comes back to russia and it's been fifteen days in solitary no toilet a quote a bad mouth in russia a how this is good pf it's been shepardson not playing with fire but but either way a yeah we get not fucking i guess a threatened with arrest if they go to russia which you might wanna stay profitable and he would i get if he gets fifteen days in by the way like you guys can tell what yeah they want you but you're in now all three of you you drag you right right in the mud with russia so it's not just whitney it's all spit bloody i'm going drought is here thank you go out and shit man i know russia shit like i'm not run this there's no denying that kinda sucks that if we if i ever entered that country that i i'm probably dead or i'm getting waterboarded or or something's not gonna happen well or just having a b there's is punishment enough but yeah it's it's not good yeah and that happens that fucking someone taste my teeth on me going forward but i lot of news again free agency trades lot of stop the cup i know we didn't get every single little bit but we are we hope you enjoyed it any way you hope you enjoyed jeff merrick what do you got for us rally a you know bent biz mentioned this we give a special shout out to our guide ben who picked us up from the airport he showed up by in halifax is waiting at the airport for us with the twentyfour rack of here's a just waiting for us oh shut up that kid he's the man versus or out and canada i mean drew now if you had to incoming flights the canada are now i guess sorry you you had one incoming fight the canada from boston internal a it's a saint john's newfoundland and there were three guys waiting for you there then you went the halifax and there is ben waiting for us you think these guys are looking for residual kills though is this is this a one hundred percent team play move or is this more of a a fifty fifty selfish move it's a little of both i mean why not kill two birds with one stone you get a picture based fear instagram andy together is that you'll kill out of it i think it's worth it where it's just so stupid shit like dog in the social media era people were coming from different angles yeah i know i don't i don't understand the whole that whole social media lifestyle really don't like the instagram stuff it's like you gotta get a picture with this person like everyone with all they'll get you on their instagram is like those big forever one so i don't i mean sure picture friction and they tag you want it and then maybe they hope you reach tag them i guess that see i'm like basically do plenty of tagging view if you're instagram picture wreck almost a boy's mom shot that job thanks to jeff merrick an congratulations the every man then became very rich provides free free agent frenzy be so i began the day a

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"So you've made it through three hours be regular show on terrestrial radio and you wanted a little bit more so that's why you've found the gun talk after show podcast where we saved all the best things that we can't say on regular Radio Hellers precarious situation by David couple to build and they are by Charles Cw Cook and lastly Teddy Roosevelt tr appreciate that very much Jim is in Bowling Green Ohio line three hey jim what's on your mind sir well I know from experience sometimes we find out things later that old okay that's what's going on in this case it it we're just gonNA remark you had that fatal murder of that Gal in Texas on the Pelissier erroneously shot through the window magazine subscription was Pretty Pricey as MAG subscriptions go it is but they they don't have the enormous sales at some magazine still possible council this a costly fee tom costly hold your skirmishing on the range by decline leary pretty good article and National Review does a good job really does it just I subscribe for Awhile but frankly the the Peter was the September Thirty S. three zero issue of National Review magazine founded by William Buckley on the top gun issue on that down right and there's a picture of looks like a Beretta on the frontier ninety two perhaps okay very good look I appreciate the heads up but there's some pretty good articles years ago there was one on chronic wasting disease oh I can't think of the name of the guy was fascinating He he was sorting outdoors guy and he had let me see we had some skirmishing we were doing finishing up our season there and that's all that's your family business internal squabbles the feel of being a bad shoot him but but it does open the conversation up to I think you probably heard newest stuff right okay well I appreciate the heads up good articles that now that's the September thirtieth issue of National Review People Got Lee in eastern Washington over on line two hey lee how you doing hello not too bad thank you for a good show being I guess a horrible tragedy and sounds like audible it's early to call it a murder we don't know what transpired and then we have the best defense and we have five different articles armed citizen by Robert Ferguson the right to make that is to manufacture Arms Kevin D Williamson previous caller said you know a lot of officers coming in today don't have any background and shooting all they know is the gun they were issued in what they trained with it the Kademi but no experience with shooting the city police kicked in the door of an apartment on a guy and he was standing at the other side of his living room holding a handgun a sport or shooting are people who own guns for self defense being the good guys well that's my opinion occurred here we'll do that just a bit but we've got some folks that are on hold that probably don't want to stay there forever and although we'd probably like like hear some of your stories let's see here got killed him on the spot he was for for for them that was justification the fact that he was holding a gun whether or not he was threatening in living room and the police kick the door in and it was all on account of his ex wife who was his biggest problem and kept calling I James Yeah whatever Michelle whatever gasoline Jim you get to be not Michelle get the police involved in do it for him it went down as a good shoot that was ruled on by the Sheriff I disagree check on his welfare check on his welfare really so if he wanted to commit suicide that would have been fine you know but course I remember and people are banging on the door kicking in the door and he reacted as a lot of us would grabbed his pistol to be shot because you did not exercise due diligence you screwed it up and you know the flipside of that is are shooting anybody or anything just having the gun was a death sentence but I guess it was it was standing in his of the problem with dynamic entry is if you have their own house and you kick in a door you should expect to be shot and if you want to do some real digging name Kenyon Blue Kenyan blue this goes back thirty years or more and he was a guy in mining the new but really seriously family skirmishes yeah knock on the door ring the doorbell for Heaven Sakes now I don't know it just drives me crazy I appreciate the call look I get it I got a lot of friends who are cops if you go to the wrong house and you kicking the door the natural logical consequence of that as you should expect really pretty rough and it was one of those moments when like you say many times I didn't think of that and one thing I didn't think of was just because you see somebody holding a gun in his own home does not mean that person's a threat it's amazing what could happen you can live alleviate a lot of this stuff you just go taking that Joe home invasion and keep in the door and they killed him so this is not new it has been going on for a long time and it's the old deal how do I open the door can I get out of here if we go down I need to be able to get out and yes where is the the locator beacon it was about it but I was wondering if you might have some comment in terms of as a passenger in a situation like that what what is a reasonable expectation well I'll tell you what you know hunting season's coming up a lot of guys might be flying out to their hunts and might find themselves in a smaller aircraft with pilots and the hunter and recently the experience of being in a small single engineer craft and we unexpectedly came in and some really bad weather and I didn't really have a plan worked out with the pilot in terms of what to do in the event of -mergency let's say he had a let's say he had a health problem ron you figure out what you're GonNa do but yeah if you're flying with anybody you should expect some type of safety briefing part of that should be you can flip that on the other thing I would say is this you should have your survival equipment where you can take the oak which is the steering wheel and keep the plane straight and level and you do that with fingertip pressure because every Eddie over controls at first so very very lightly you should be able to strum your fingers on the yoke while you are controlling the plane and from there we dive into that because actually when I went to I was in camp yesterday I flew my plane and so I I fly I've been flying for thirty five years rescue people and it tells you where you are within ten feet so eliminates the search out of search and rescue it should be on your person when you were flying into the back country and don't depend upon anybody else for your safety you need to have your po be on your person because if you go briefing at Paseo briefing if he he expires while you're flying there's not much you're gonna be able to do if you're not a pilot although look look what I'll tell you is experience what I consider to be light turbulence and what the FAA considers to be light turbulence you may think is really heavy turbulence if you're if stuff and getting your stuff out and you may be in the middle of nowhere I also recommended May I ask you this do you have a personal locator beacon that you carry with you is not flying around the cabin it's not heavy turbulence and I'm not being facetious that is actually the literal definition of heavy too extreme turbulence in business in his who's either apartment or House I don't remember and I think it was. ATF stage a raid no problem I had the wrong house Dan and the pilot is killed and nobody knows where you are. What are you going to imagine you're sitting there with broken legs broken for a brief from the pilot and for my skill set I'm not a pilot Right well okay let let me he had a heart attack right there what I didn't have communication with anyone one accept him inside that aircraft and I knew where the emergency beacon locator was reach it if it's in the back of the plane it's camping equipment it's not survival gear because the chances are in the event of a crash it's entirely Garmin or the spot I like regular true personal locator beacon has gps built in when you push the button it alerts discover what works and what doesn't Kidnapping Atm Robbery Home Invasion and other attacks learn how to save your life and the lives of attacks happen every day how will you react see real people put in real life criminal tax situations on first person defender Nineteen visit Brownell Dot com for guns ammo reloading equipment or anything you need to customize your firearm and enjoy the industry's only guaranteed forever your family get the entire first season on DVD at Shop Gun Talk Dot Com get prepared shop gun talk dot Com however if you go places where something bad could happen you could end up in the woods in the mountains in the water treading water a job can save your life Michelle has been out there doing her skirmishing thing to tell me tell people about what that is back bad day at blackrock I am a huge believer it's about two hundred and fifty bucks for appeal be whether you are a boater or hunter or would a huge believer in that you know if it's really bad turbulence talk to the pilot and say can you get us out of this stuff the other thing is now we'll tell you this we as a team compete to have the most hits in the least amount of time so everything that we hit is a so you can talk to them and say hey is this normal what's going on getting that information back from him is important that'll help you about the only thing you get out of there with what you can either wear or what you can reach because if it goes down and starts burning you're not going to the baggage compartment Tim before break okay let's do that Tim's and Carson city data hey tim I just looked down near that's the airplanes hunting what are we talking about here man National's eight and ten men to a team so and and it's any weather so you know we had some sticky rainy weather teams lunchbox and then you get what they call a garbage target where it can be anything that they make up it can be the group is and what you guys do our team is based out of southern Ohio we're actually part of the NS S A which is the north south skirmish association loading right and so there's teams dependent on how the competitions are you know some of the local matches only five members to a team where when you go to water bottles that are filled with colored water or beer cans or shape your shooting single shot it satisfaction policy to stay up to date with the latest and best deals from Brown els text to five five six to three home for all things firearms looking for retro rifle how about the VR in one eighty or one eighty s named one of shot chose best products of two thousand uh what kind of plane was I guess first of all take a small plane was a cub or a Cessna or something like that yes single engine to see never take the call sir run to the break here don't go anywhere folks got we come back we're skirmish light your end powder just tends to or the smoke from the from the gunpowder tencent just sit in the area and you don't know if you hit the target because you've got this billowing smokeout in front of you sometimes you actually Kinda ducked down below the cloud or something you do and there's a lot they are like our calvary was back in the civil war and that is very cool so now you're not exaggerating when you say you shoot wok powder reason we gave up that stuff now so award yup but I watched my husband do it for years before that and before then we did you know the traditional bullseye muzzle loading competition it now you have now you've been penalized now you have a penalty of time that's added onto what you thought was your cleared the I mean it was really tight in there I mean you should get and as a commercial pilot so you should get a so if feels weird to you and it's small plane you're bounce all around you get nervous the pilot maybe one nothing just no day at the office here of communication amongst the team you know top right hit because maybe you only knocked a little chip of the piece but it's hit the hit is a hit and so it's a dead target so you don't want anybody else still thinking they need to clear that target and waste our time but then if you all time too soon in you didn't get all the targets hit out there that have been doing it since not kidding the age of three and you watch him you're like what but having said that you also miss fast you know exploded of some sort so it's clay pigeons it's clay tiles it's wooden piece of tar out pot for the season Yeah Yep we started getting March Yeah Paulie have you been doing justice this is only my well this will be the end of my second year family you've you've spent lots of time with a over the summertime shooting in competing camping eating than you know so now you're are you guys done for the season we are done maybe three in a minute if you really fast yeah Oh yeah because it's all in a tube it's all self contained in a tube so we NFL teammates hate you now that you know people out there right there is that people out there that have you know shower muzzle loading black powder rifle Smith car beans muskets ah Yup so this is not just the accuracy it's also the speed of re and off this quickly as you can unload and reload and and recap your what's average what's lightning-fast everybody's different there's some people that Michelle what did you do shoot some yeah lever we were we a lot of fun you know something that you can't share with people on the radio is the smell now right no not yet okay piano pl you can gals again to garment with a couple of the Dolores ah there's there's actually quite a few women that are out there shooting it too so yeah it's a lot of fun I it's just the different Lotta ways you can see whether or not you hit your target guys wearing period accurate clothing that's where wearing clothing that was worn by level plastic tube that has the powder in the bullet pressed into it already in so really we're just shoot or horn have to stop drawing drawing quickly and she shooting and missing doesn't that you and your good you still have to hit here as they say dead is dead on days I mean we've gone to nationals and it is just raining profusely and of course that takes away the smoke in a hurry there so it's a lot of fun in you know you leave those people see and March you know it's and so you know one of the guys that I like to shoot he shoots like you know it's always a party when we're with you let's just like Confetti every and then you get the smell of that smoke hanging in the air and that's actually kind of a big part of the experience absolutely and that's Yeah I've heard that's what you just slip out in a cloud of smoke she was never here a of competing in and you know like you say it's it in a time when everybody wants to shoot like a reactionary target come try is what you're telling you yeah wool pants ooh yeah just a big part of you got the sound which is black powder guns don't sound the same senator fire got kind of all kind of a deal the Brownell dot com is your uh-huh shooting black powder now you're using true powder or substitutes now to black powder go expression black powder okay the smell is there's times where it's just so humid is just hangs it hangs of hangs in you literally are dodging all over the place trying to see or you're relying on somebody else to say you're in within that so we just literally Smith Carbon I just push a lover and you know the gun action breaks open and I feed a new two been close it now here's Tom Michelle and Jim for the gun talk after show or showtime we have Jim and Michelle is back hello to be as quick as possible but obviously fish is the big thing so but it's a reminds me of that old lines you can't miss somebody fast enough to to and your spin out at Camp Perry for my husband Alpha's zest in a re from the time you squeeze around off to squeeze the next it it gets in your clothes to get your hair oh it's just kind of ran with or without the rain you really don't need to bathe for three sookie though missing a hurry up I have I mean I don't know about that uh-huh reload quickly then miss that doesn't do right happens all of us weren't we try you know you want it's a hit but it misses amiss in minutes per round not routes permitted right right well you could probably get off shots summer that smoke smells electric which way is up from the crown good holiday we'll get one room and we'll just take turns taking hi this is Ryan 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probably more of a comfort food in the cold hunting days it's interesting you mentioned that because last night we had a group of about a dozen and we had chili dogs so yes here where it's like fifteen to twenty degrees in the morning doc seemed like a good thing to have it was good Chili Chili dogs ballgame that's what he used the Chili Chili sauces they put on everything anyway anyway permeate on that one let's take a quick break we'll come back and it'll be gems turned to stink up the place aftershave who needs a shower just cover oh I love that that's great idea three year that's weird isn't what's up with that it is it's odd sure is she take a lighter so I'm carrying too much it and we haven't even started Chili Season Chili season is there a chilly this makes nature observing is what we were doing so that's all right good good workout these hills get steeper oh man I did like our range of part of the Guy who bought the rigor precision in twenty two magnum yeah and then it went to our agdam these days seventeen eight tomorrow kind of eclipsed it but it's it's a really really good caliber I actually had a conversation last night got about five millimeter image and Magnum he's bidding on one online so we're talking about the hold on you you had one tractors who so I just need to what I'm GonNa do is I'm just GonNa take the bolt out and extractor and send it up to Michelle and have her gunsmith put it in parts parts which we discussed where to get parts I had one actually with a broken doctor but now I have to count them so the one thing about that ammo of five millimeter ammos kind of pricey but I haven't actually checked to see if it's more than twenty two magnum forming send it back that we'd be more than happy to see you go there's a plan right there this it's about one hundred rounds save like twenty five cents around they'd be more than that the five millimeter tweet magnums up to that yet we'll talk about supply and demand when you can get nine mill for sixteen cents just so looking at those I get the email I was like you guys do and the prices are low and but you know well we remember was it only five years like well I bought ten thousand rounds been six months is not going to be any good it's not like that the other thing of course with that is okay and something like that I'm not predicting it but it certainly could happen imagine I'm sorry go ahead when you consider the shelf life but I signed up to do they call it their basic gunfighter class and it's a combination of a are pistol and so is cheap so why not invest some more in your training because you do have the ability to get the ammunition now too so it's a good point ah rather than buying it and horrid how about buying it and shooting it becoming a better shot right yeah good point I actually signed up time and people forget and you're thinking okay you know you might want just be buying ammo a little bit at a time and put it away we'll see it's like okay when I go to gun side I know I'm getting into you know when you go to some of these places you know and this was just out of the blue thought well let's just take a chance and see how it goes aw Brennan an awful lot with pistols but not very much they are frankly speaking of in my Asia's three hundred blackout build you had mentioned once in the past soon then I'm hopeful but I just needed a tune up and so I also just need more work with a ours as a fighting for Choi a shooting range in our area and they actually do tactical training don't know anything about the guys there door so when you just couldn't find him oh that crazy period and you would pay whatever it took if you actually needed it it was weird it's not that great of a home defense weapon and I was yeah I think you did or maybe I was just in a delusional state at the you much opportunity and I'm assuming you have in shooting the air pistols versus the air rifles have you noticed any kind of differences I'm thinking two hundred yards so I think the Ar pistol maybe the sweetest package out there and I was yeah Oh yeah then he had a good at the twin tower and it's great you know because you don't really hear these don't hear that much about the twenty two shooting a three hundred blackout around any five six shouldn't work but occasionally does and guns don't like that they will and main frankly take that and stick a can on it and your home free that's a great tool or three hundred blackout and you got thirty around meg personally I would load it to twenty seven rounds just for people to be aware they tend to be a little bit more reliable way with the Pan Guard armed guard brace if the brace the thing blade whatever people call it it'd be you're GonNa get more wall penetration with three hundred blackout than you would with a five six that'd be the only downside possible if that's not an issue where you are then I would oh coming to that for but for home defence tool you don't need an SBA are you don't need the federal 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GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 185: Rants, Help, and Comebacks

GSMC Social Media News Podcast

37:45 min | 1 year ago

GSMC Social Media News Podcast Episode 185: Rants, Help, and Comebacks

"Hi It's Jamie Progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message at the Hi Jamie hit me Jamie I just had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay hey hey hey trombone goes Blah Blah Blah and you say we'll help you find coverage options to fit your budget then we just all do finger snaps while a choir goes the one that we rely too an water because the first one is an underwater restaurant conveniently named under perfect which was perfect and this restaurant is golden state media concepts social media podcast time to Hashtag everything we talk about all the foreign crazy stories hello and welcome to the yeah yeah so it's sort of like a tunnel to kind of keep the waves more in control I guess so that it didn't splash over into the restaurant like into the doorway or anything I think the waves got high enough to like hit hit it I guess right I would assume so it's actually designed by Norwegian company called breath cement walls and it's like it's sort of like a square but like the sides are rounded like a box okay it's rounded and then like part of and today we are talking about a couple of different social media topics I would say the first to have something to do with the ocean ultimate where it was almost like concave so when the waves hit they like went sort of like a against like into it as opposed to like fighting yes big window and you can see like all the fish and the wildlife and the Kelp and everything it looked pretty cool but also scary yet how do they keep it from from the water flooding Norway and in Norwegian under can also be translated to wonder okay yeah so I thought it was cool and they're like underwater the into the stairwell so the top I guess is high enough up out of the water get the waves don't do that and then the architect said they had and it can one hundred guests and the total internal area is about five thousand three hundred square feet and when they submerged on Social Media Instagram facebook twitter to tumbler probably even friendster join us as we explored the quirky of really stormy to get all the big waves and everything what freaks me out yeah they like they were going to choose one location but then they're like oh actually we want to go to this part where the waters the restaurant underwater so it's almost a slant and the bottom part is under water and then you enter in at the top part and then go down the stairs and enter into this area where you have a Norwegian food and like seafood obviously is always good yeah and I'm I mean you're right you're in the ocean so I'm sure yeah right fresh GS MC Social Media News podcast brought to you by the GMC podcast network I am your host Heidi and I'm joined by the lovely podcast hosts Orion Hi choppier scarier does it get in his underwater obviously so yeah yes so it's like this like cement structure which like super thick during you know like the wonder of the ocean I like it is a water cold those in Norway North Yeah it's so it's really cold and they actually chose a location that's in different anchor points okay which I mean I don't think it's going to float away but that way it doesn't move you know in the water store and it's sixteen feet below the surface social media it's the golden state media concept social media podcast simple already in Norway but you're GonNa have to wait a while what kind of food do they serve their I didn't look too deep into their menu but I know that there will be they had to fill containers with water and place them inside so that it would like wait it down and they had to do that before they could secure it them they've secured it with like eight thousand a concrete slab so if you were to look at it it looks like a concrete box okay and it was some merged in July of two thousand eighteen and now work is underway on the interior complete or is it just through the sides it's kind of like if you go into like a tube and the bottom of the tube is a window and so the bottom is like I I don't know how to say that in I'm sure the proper way but it's one hundred and ten foot long structure it's like an Oblique Ob ob lick oblique it's so if you WANNA eat there the reservation list is already super long wow so you're probably at this point if you WanNa go if you're hearing this podcast you're like great I'll go all the way to Norway a you're sitting okay so it's like you have some solid walls on the side but then if you were to look forward it's just a giant glass wall we see like the fish and it and it will have a public opening in spring of two thousand nineteen and it's like it's set to accommodate one hundred guests and there's already a wait list apparently said about this restaurant under is because it's cement on the outside they've built it where it encourages like muscles to grow on the outside of the restaurant they have different fish and everything I saw one that was excuse me that was in the South Pacific and they're like tables on the underwater part and that will become like a muscle reef and the re full attract other marine life so as to make your like eating viewing experience really rich I think the Maldives mallows in like the tropic areas they have a couple underwater restaurants actually and they do have one where it is like the aquarium tank so it's really cool they had like an artist rendition and it kind of looks like you were looking at the fish like more straight on you know like there's some aquariums where it's like a tunnel you're like walking through a tunnel and they're like sharks and stuff swain over you but I'm sure that's a very different ocean experience because that's like more tropical right and Norway's like colder it's big crazy yeah the view is good though because it's like right at the bottom you can see like the what are those like the celts came maybe chin-high or knee high and then there was like the the C. C. Life Yeah yeah yeah like a shark tunnel and you can walk through them above you it's not like that it's more like you're looking at them like straight out of them if you'd be like in a submarine yeah with like a bunch of fish and everything around you and it it looks like they're in an area where there's lots of like Kelp and stuff yeah it looks pretty cool oh I'm seeing okay I'm seeing the in had some lighting Like yeah I know they said a big problem with like an underwater restaurant is the glare between the like the lights in the restaurant and then the ocean us so it was like a restaurant run on the beach restaurant was in the water so like their tables were set in the water so yeah and then like Snow Hedda or something I'm not exactly sure how to pronounce that it's the Oh I don't know how to pronounce it right yeah I I'm I'm sorry Norway Yeah just like swimming around you yeah yeah like near you and everything like that in the tables were above the water leaves weren't like Norway big so like the part that you're sitting into eat sixteen people surface which is crazy like fly fly do they see legs fish swim above it like a storm or something exactly clear day yeah the restaurant owner was saying like you should come in a storm to really see like all like Mother Nature and everything and I'm like lers but I'm sure it's very expensive it almost sounds like sunken ship yeah kind of like if you take like the the back end is in the water picture now that looks kind of scary to go inside when they drew it like what they think it's GonNa look like it's Kinda dark yeah which kind of scares me affront sticking is a pretty big window though yeah it's it's thirteen feet tall okay yeah which is yes you to get it I'd be so scared Oh 'cause I don't like feeling things rubbish Oh yeah that'd be scary yeah that's like the waves yeah yeah but that would just be scary walking into it and just seeing a storm in the waves right I would not make for my dining experience to be relaxed I feel are any lights so have you don't get your light right you won't see anything like if you look out the window you just won't be able to see the difference of light so I think they worked really hard it maybe they meant for it to be because it looks like the pictures taken at night yeah I'm also wondering if like a fancy restaurants always kind of dim lit the of piping hot on a toasted corn bread roll yeah a corn bread roll save time order your new Nashville hot brisket on the firehouse subs APP today firehouse subs and yeah like if you were in a submarine and it had like a windshield kind of be like that okay yeah I thought this was the first underwater restaurant but it's actually not make sure you could see as much as they wanted you to really take in all of the wildlife which is cool I I would go I'd be a little scared I mean maybe I would go in earlier to me because the ocean currents and stuff yeah like move stuff around exam don't like the idea of like sitting in a pool with fish or with other people just yeah water news story are you hungry for the usual today for you ready to spice things up with a new national I progressive Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law always on the go but the day just be one without your Hollywood thin more subs save more lives participating locations limited time only hi it's Jamie progressive's employee of the month two months in a row leave a message at the Hi Jamie it's me Jamie I yeah wow that would be quite a date yeah would yeah all right so we're gonNA take a quick break and then we're gonNA come back and talk about our next under L. Hot brisket from firehouse subs we're kicking up our slow smoked beef brisket with Nashville hot seasoning it's topped with melted pepper Jack at our sweet and Tangy slobs yeah they're probably smaller yeah but that was pretty cool well in warm waters in South Pacific draft piece of food and the fish just like swarming hello and welcome back to the Social Media News podcast we are continuing our theme of underwater. Yeah I wonder if maybe they WANNA have it like that so what's the price did it say I did not look I mean I'm sure I'd have to do some currency calculation together like US dollars soot golden state media concepts under ten podcast take care of that and all inclusive luck of pop culture and the next story we were talking about is a shark attack scary very scary this happened in Encinitas California it happened on September twenty ninth water I don't feel like you would really see the storm under there you wouldn't you probably just see like kind of like looked up you just see like the Ocean delay doc and they all went back to the shore and a I believe they said it was a lifeguard in an off duty police officer who pulled the boy into like a Kayak kayaking in don't go if you're claustrophobic either Oh yeah yes pretty does the insurance alone is like you want me to go into this dark tunnel to the bottom of well I don't I don't like the idea of that yeah I don't want to be an underwater concrete box in a storm but then I feel like with the picture even though it goes under the is if you're GonNa Book Weight Advantage Plan Plan who you're GONNA ask it looks pretty romantic though even if it was like completely at night nine feet of water and a little thirteen year old boy was attacked by a shark very very sad what kind of shark yeah no it looks cool I feel like that'd be like quite an adventurous date you're like really trying to impress someone all right if you better marine biologist till minivans going like lobster fishing or lobster diving diving for lobster and that's what it is and they were only like two hundred yards out from the shore and about the sharks since the attack but they want to be able to identify what type of shark it is right because if you identify what type of shark it is it's easier to like track based on what you think their behavior has had a new idea for our song about the name your price tool so when it's like tell us what you want to pay hey hey hey and the trombone goes Blah Blah Blah and you say we'll help you find coverage options to fit ajay then we just all finger snaps while a choir goes savings coming at Ya savings coming at Ya yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight I got new lyrics for the rap break Charlie Sausalito in a restaurant in Asia that had that too where they just kinda like flooded the bottom like the floor area of a restaurant and they were just like fishing there but feels exactly no we can't swim a net but it's also scary that they didn't like spotted earlier you know like sometimes in beaches they will see a shark siting and then you won't be allowed to swim tonight yeah yeah I mean this just exasperates my fear of the you know help sharks proved to all the kids there are sharks for a while but they said that they didn't I guess they didn't see it beforehand or anything it just Kinda came out of the blue probably literally right out of the blue exactly at this article so around the twenty ninth of September they said he was in critical condition but he was gonna he was probably going to make it had to have a bunch of surgeries on his torso southern California okay so I guess there was a group of kids that were on like little field trip I think it was actually like a Church Youth Group Event Oh and they were it's actually they were saying it's very rare to have a shark attack in this area so I mean that was like okay well I guess that's a little bit better where is Ensign Nita's yeah the underwater yeah and you can see like you actually like it looks at the ocean floor because the restaurant bottom hits the ocean floor right you can get everything on the bottle I went to the bottom and all the comments everyone was like oh so the police are just going to go after a great white shark you don't even know what he looks like it was like we have not had any trouble keeping people out of the water a shark okay we'll stay we're just GONNA over here so bad so it was really trying to eat that yeah oh it was trying to is trying to eat alma gosh yeah and like I guess they said they haven't been able to see the berries by species to figure out where it's going to go next store like to kind of judge like is this just like an off thing or does this type of shark like swimming this like d not like it happens all the time which is that's still really scary I also on a random no that's kind of funny when I was reading this article I was just GonNa ask where yeah which I think you know like there is like the surfer who had like her are harm yeah I think it wasn't an arm it was like his torso which is why it was they probably would be able to tell a little bit from that right but I don't think I don't think some of the authorities were in touch with the doctors were working with the boy so I'm not sure nine every pun intended and they said that after the attack a flight the beaches people can go onto the beach but they haven't been letting people into the water right and the and and then he had to be airlifted out to the hospital and go into surgery immediately wow that's how serious it was yeah it was yeah he he was I think when they they don't know for sure so they think it's a great white but they weren't able to find the shark what yeah so he got attacked and then everyone's Yelich short water kind of things like that I was so scared anyway like with the Church group or they use I'd be like you can't go past where you can't touch because is pretty like you can't tell you savings coming at Ya savings coming at Ya yes no maybe anyway see you practice tonight I got new lyrics for the rap Break Progressive Casualty Insurance Company and affiliates price and coverage match limited by state law so sad they know it is really sad it's a cool like war story though yeah what he's getting older he'd be like yeah these scars are from right no bullet holes or the ocean is this yeah no I agree but look cool cool call adventures dining yeah think it'd be cool xactly go skydiving happens young can blame anything yet every all the sharks all the sharks gosh so was it like a four digit save the will they obviously don't know if they don't and you're just GonNa go after him one person who was kind of serious and that everyone was just joking umbrella there go the cops stereotyping those great white shark left I mean I mean I'm not GonNa take on a show and so they like pulled him onto the Kayak in like tried to help him put pressure on his after him like oh he was gray yeah all the colors of chartres I wonder how it is nowadays anyway because it's like anything what shark was if it was full grown or yeah they don't know they don't know they don't really have any identifying features of the shark so the bike marks don't tell me my eye and this was his first tack in like the last one they had was thirty years ago Oh so it's so safe places not like this happened right like before with people that's like eating in Asana that'd be terrible oh gosh they also the architect it goes back to yesterday that's not cute Raza parent I would be like now that's got attacked by sharks can make up some the poor boy he's okay it'll be okay okay okay another topic that we're going from water to fire full story but then I'd be that mom that'd be like tell the truth you have the bit because you were responsible stop no you didn't sign a shark exact you could have did more the F._d._a. this product is not intended to diagnose treat cure or prevent any disease like everybody else to say it's a boy was that I think it was like one eight hundred collect commercial wave I don't even know if you would know the new finds out that he's having a boy and he doesn't have any money so he calls his parents or something on on collect have you ever used one eight hundred collect no escape or anything but he has to pay more than eight million dollars Restitution Yup Oh my God it's starting with one hundred thousand initial payment and then he's making monthly payments after that has like five years probation is this just like some regular Joe Schmo like who has eight million dollars yeah I don't know I I'm sorry yeah twelve so they win the fire originally happened this was maybe what was it was like maybe a year ago and then I feel like that's like you want to do something nice you know like you want to celebrate the birth of your child right and it all just it all just goes to Yang really come on one hundred fifty degrees what are you already high okay okay to Sonera Zona Okay and he was going to he was going to shoot a rifle at a target containing Tanna right which is owned by Arizona State so there's a huge wildfire yeah it was what do they call it like the sawmill fire I think it like burned a bunch of area to get charged the explosive powder and it was gonna explode and it was going to reveal like either a blue powder for a boy or a pink powder for a girl that all around you're gonNA shoot inexpensive who would you dial one eight hundred collect then you say your name and endow the number or you dial the number and then say your name so yeah so they know who the calls exactly on so he's like wooded area was not thought through at no not at all not at all it burned forty seven thousand acres that were I swear yes how okay so how did they spark a fire so for the party the father his name is Dennis Dicky's thirty seven of that was sparked by a gender reveal party what hell okay how gender reveal parties are like when people are having a baby anything fifteen bills to pay you know we have the government to pay and downed like well yeah those early sad it'd be like go talk to your father and he's a reason why you don't have a college fund either so is just recently that he's being charged they're coming out publicly saying what he's being charged with and so when the fire started he called in he said I'm so he wasn't trying to yeah I've read this and I was like that was also like you know your girl wasn't like this is a bad idea also like they were kind of like and so he came over and he said like this this is what happens if he wasn't convicted for like avoiding the government or anything but it was the coronado the balloon and you pop it and it has like the different like can cutty colors and stuff but you wanNA shoot it dynamite base of I know you don't need this is a this is an accident waiting yeah exactly for sure for sure and family eight million dollars and like he's on probation they want to like reveal like Oh this is what the gender is the parents might not know someone else set up for that I have a whole nother opinion party for everything now Arizona's but I just was like this is this Zona thing it has to be where did you go to school yeah well also in the article they said like it was a highly explosive material acting relief with active OTC ingredients plus the added benefits of THC free hemp oil get back to your life with CBD medic available online and at cvs these days the 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Fantasy Football Mock Draft

"His fantasy football mock draft edition of the sports gaming podcast is presented by my bookie dot agee my bookie dot ag juicy of fischel online sportsbook at the sports gaming podcast use that promo code sdp fifteen get a fifty percent by the bonus play win get paid also brought to you by amazon logo sports gaming packets are common could be amazon banner bookmarked at lincoln using everytime you shop the score sweet savings would support the podcast no no whoa everyone to the sports gambling podcasts i'm sean stacking the vix ryan real money kramer kramer a you're a lefty so i got to imagine that first base their home plate empire calling the puck right there really value you threw me off the you're a pause and our thrown yet trump pretty sure you're moving towards the plate though so i'm gonna take first base right this is but this is what the pre season is all about right were getting reps in were figure it out okay the ins and outs the mechanics because we're all be powering through god knows how much football content coming up in what better time to get starting to get ready this is this is are preseason this is pre season for the refs to we gotta figure this thing out weiner so i'm in i'm in minutes i'm doing that this is my first mock draft doing it really doing it on the podcast doing much now ryan you've already done any number of mock drafts you've already done a number of real f f pc drafts you're had verse i i'm i'm raw dog i did research i did some research for the top ten lists didn't take much for me the no the carson wentz is the number one overall quarterback for my fantasy football and you only researcher own list no i looked at other guys lists a bunch of square jobber listen like okay these lists are garbage let me come in with a good list you're gonna get all those a top ten lists those are all available on i tunes google play spotify sports gaming podcast dot com end you to wear on you to right now if you're watching you don't you don't 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joining us on the line from the fantasy radio network dean martine is dan what's happening man a goal of how you guys doing great man just a oh yeah i yeah i was just thinking about how pissed off i get all the soccer nonsense yeah it has been a lot of soccer last little move better go all in on women's soccer first days dark times but i just remember like three years ago how pissed off i was when the hall of fame game got cancelled 'cause they painted the field i all of a sudden they're like oh yeah of all the things to worry about with players safety oh they feel they're gonna be and i'm just so pissed because july is football football in july that's a big thing going on here on the podcast which just happened in early no need to wait till august they just get into it man no absolutely it'll be there for you know you gotta talk about it when the players away because when they come back and they'll all have suspensions and all that i will that's one thing now we've already we've started with some of our fantasy stuff doing are top ten lists an and stuff like that what's your take on this tyree kill situation we haven't seen anything as far as how many games he's gonna be out what you're what you're gas 'em well i think the last thing i saw them say that it would be a maximum mom of four games but as we know nfl is ridiculously inconsistent right so who knows what it will be i just want from a fantasy perspective from a cold heart fancy protect i just would want it to happen earlier on i suppose having a hangover over like you did would seek that one season and it wound up being in the fantasy playoffs that he actually miss games i i still to this to this day about a year ago almost i was in an auction draft in las vegas and a pc and i watched the guy spend forty eight dollars on levy on bell right that's the kind of bullshit that happened when you let us linger like have some decency let us know before training like just let us know exactly slum go is he's gonna miss four games which you know i know if you saw sean but the full audio of the conversation from the dubai airport was released today the voicemail yeah i i have not listened to this but it's essentially it adds context of that earlier clip it they played anyway it sounds like he's definitely gonna miss time it would be nice to win because i gotta be honest sean in the best ball draft participating in he's still going in the fourth round so people are insane yeah well to me i just wanna know damian williams the more i think about the more i just i i'm getting that andy reid often said no tyree kill he's gonna be steal all the screen from it i i'm just salivating at the chance the draft damian williams well so thing we should just get to it i know enough messing around go all right so were were were gonna we're gonna do a mock draft it's just gonna be three of us and computers yes i have it rent it's gonna randomize yeah that'll be the computers to we are leveraging dancer based platform is a they will randomize are picks and with a quick start draft it should a put us all into eight draft will see what we get growing their yup on the draft is going to start in thirty seconds i have the six pick oh this is great we have as a to pick six picking a nine pick so a little bit old outplay spread out there we go all right then you have the the nine i have the six showed us the second a guy i guess showing you asked me before the show said hey are you gonna just just go in this in this blind or whatever you know rod dogging it i've done like twenty five real giraffes already right has just been crank it out ftc dress okay also out here see sean you're faced with of right away jelly it's there and i would never do it exactly that's disgusting their day off the board with the computers ciclon barkley i'm sitting at number two here a man and i hate christian mccaffrey this is not a good spot for me to be in the draft this is this is horrible well sean if you're the pull up my power rankings are my my my list you would know that that's why i put kamar second so i wouldn't have to face this exact decision a all right i was so worried this would take awhile and he's already gonna use the full senate back while i'm i i you know what i'm putting my feelings aside i'm drafting christian mccaffrey learn overall all right let's see who else is off the board zeke goes number three kamar number four hopkins number five kramer you're on the clock number six one i'm i'm faced with that interesting decision that we discussed and i mentioned that this wasn't a pc league i'm pulling the trigger on travis kelsey here that loan with the one and a half points now and that's a huge point like the settings incredibly matter that's like yeah number one so i said okay i wouldn't say where it went chelsea kiddle hurts like three in a row in the first round damn him so crazy said he should own is a step should point out we're doing a standard a p pr one quarterback to running backs to wide receivers one tight end one flex we did not include kickers in defense i apologized staying if you're a big kicker dan it's okay if they think but i absolutely am i am in a tough spot and i'm going to stick to my guns and i'm gonna take the vantera adams here wow i love his upside this year and at that point i'm balancing do i want one of these running backs do i want my number one wide receiver i went with a number one wide receiver dan you're on the clock yeah computer computer went a little crazy they're living wills seven overall that computer odell beckham junior number hurry in now dane seon here at number nine so in this situation because the two wideouts are gone which would be de hop end avante adams right i would consider kelsey but i think it's a little too early for me to do that so i'm gonna go with the top running back left here and for me that is probably gonna be melvin gordon here which is i guess the chaki pick i could understand going kelsey but i feel like if don't go running back here i won't get one of the top guys coming back and this year i wanna make sure i get one of those top guys so it's gonna be melvin gordon i agree with that i definitely like that angle because i think as we broke down the running backs i pointed out i feel like they're six of them like there's there's a there's a top five x and then you kind of do want one of those but you know i guess we'll see where it lands there's some guys i'm targeting but you're back on the clock saying yeah agra melvin gordon todd gurley a david johnson michael thomas ju ju who leo and damian williams my boy off the board listen so kelsey is still here from cedar that's a nice holiday kelsey here right and i'm excited to do so if yeah that that's the end devi analysis here anytime you get a guy you were considering the round before that is still there that represents some value let's do it a specially if you're in some of these tight end bonus leagues which are all over the place and honestly he has a chance the finishes the number one overall receiver this year wow yeah okay and how much time tyreek hill mrs what what happened next james connor goes to the computer joe mixon off the board now kramer saying well no clock back in a very very difficult position once those were the two guys i always figured i'd get one of those guys i get neither of those guys damian williams also off the board yup do i just absolutely punt i don't think i do because because i'm high enough on dalvin cook in this spot who i want that stood receipt a running back he has upside to me for the pass catching ability we saw we've seen what he can do in accident is a guy that i would've taken here if i had the spot but i love you he just one he's just went i he was targeted him encounter no bullshit fight a i would i think dalvand cook is right behind him so i'm gonna pull the trigger i do wanna have a guy a two way running back who's gonna give me some upside sean yup i'm up next ed in tonio brown just went don't want anything to do with him nick chubb my kevin like the word interesting here i could a running back nothing really jumping out at me you know you're gonna pull the trigger on factor saint louis thirty all right a maybe look for hill you know oh hey zach ertz is back hurts is here definitely much better the shitty george kiddle gimme zacher has been a world cup winning superior orange earlier zach ertz i'm with you on the kid aligned go by the way right you know he had dj be hard as his roommate quarterback last year so much many options he will regret from his nfl record's like yards whatever it was you know what i mean like he's in that tier below them with hunter henry in oj howard in my opinion is the top suicide on to ryan this have on the show guy knows where amazon gave it up people do agree with you i like it so george kiddle well right after spin marlin mac and now i i kinda got a question do i need a receiver i feel like at this point what do i do keenan allen available t y hilton aj green like kind of like but i i feel like it's too early the take him aj green is you know over thirty you haven't finished the last couple of seasons it's not gonna be good in cincinnati this you gotta take keenan allen yeah i'll go keenan allen from a boy san diego chargers justin decker i would have absolutely gone that angle is well so now feelings off the board oj howard off the board mahomes quarterback drafted did kramer you're on the clock gotta wait on quarterback this year every year at this point it's even more then this is the byproduct of a passing league in the nfl you know like it's not a big deal to throw over forty two hundred yards anymore so so you can get any body later on like be the last person in your league to get a quarterback specially in a standard twelve team league i think we're playing basketball and you gotta stack quarterbacks it's a little more voted early but rather two quarterback league okay get one still so here's the thing i think i'd jinxed my fantasy existence this year when i said that leonard for net has been in my perpetual do not enter apple it continues to be available to me in the third round where i can now go stud receiver dalvand cook leonard for net yes please 'em i to me taking leonard fournette and the third round is okay because he has upside to score as he number one running back every week as long as he's on the field litter furniture after by kramer then aj green tyreek hill oh not redoes now a gain back on the clock here yeah listen so i went a tight end end running back so i'm gonna get my number one wide out it's gonna b t y hilton man listen this is tied to the indianapolis colts i think andrew luck is a nice bed at eight to one i think he's a second choice to win the mvp of the league this year last year he was healthy with andrew luck t y hilton led the nfl nfl in receiving yards you know what i mean there's no like funches is just the red zone guy you know they're building that team the right way i think t y hilton is a legit wide receiver one fear fantasy team but he got him in the third round and not to mention again calling it out 'cause i liked the call but for best ball specifically he's the guy you love when he goes oh yeah go off yeah he'll have the game you'll have a game this year of like six foot one sixty one and two touchdowns guaranteed oh at least one mari cooper off the board vonda freeman off the board born a boy any luck aaron jones stefan digs brandin cooks and now next up is a danger back on the clock here what do you look in the go for yeah listen this is a guy i know you also liked and i'm not only on you're a guy sean because i'm down on the damian williams things you guys both like but i'm taking kerryon johnson love commentary oh this guy okay i think theo riddick is not gonna be on the roster and kerryon johnson will catch fifty five sixty balls this year and that's the difference i love kerryon johnson it'll be my rv to i'm so glad were doing video now and i'm gonna look at the camera that sean is i'm bill is up primary sean ladder with his hot kerryon johnson week one against arizona against that cliff kingsbury defense oh is he found in my dfs lineup okay edelman josh jacobs sorry a what what'd you say oh just saying his yards per carry ridiculous like i don't believe in c j anderson even worse on the garrett blunt last year taking carries and i've the key here is i don't think theo riddick is gonna even make the roster in detroit the shoe i i could see that happening about retirement and so edelman and josh jacobs off the board that those are sirens 'cause i am recording in washington i hear the sirens in the background dame's gonna get carted away and still be making his picks kramer you're on the clock year round four picks seven what do you do in forty third pick overall well i probably should go receiver a pass catcher of some sort but a guy you like a guy i agree with you is going to overperform i'm gonna give myself a little bit bye week problem but philip lindsay i also have the concerns of injury from my other two running backs i wanna make sure i'm sean strong their shirt to buy week ten guys i'll deal with that week ten i'm gonna add philip lindsay to my stable of work horses shown so he's off the board derrick henry next dairies guys robert woods i don't really want much do with those guys i have a receiver i have a tight end i have a running back again kind of you kind of go bp hey here you and gentleman with the best player available oh you know who i like and i made a case where this guy in that is of the tampa bay buccaneers and chris godwin yeah i i read and read aeriens bruna oprah article with that offense he's gonna he's gonna talk that james winston talk little tap into him yeah i love all those guys mike evans oj howard level all there's no running game to speak of they're gonna throw throw throw there is a there is a cool static came i came across it said in the past fourteen season where bruce arians was either office of coordinator head coach they had two or more of receivers with hunter plus targets so mike evans is gonna get his noticed sean jackson god would just seems like the natural progression there yeah seems like a great opportunity that pick is gone up yeah so wait i'm back on the clock kenny golladay is off dj more do i go sony michelle i don't i can't fuck around with new england running backs who just can't do it yeah he's also a guy who a is better in saying standard non pbr formats yeah okay you know it's another kind of know you're settings guy he's much better and you're non pbr a format as well is like say carson or some of your other plotters that'll be good on early downs so sean you you definitely need to go running back here that's probably i would you mind if i'm if i'm getting in your ear and giving you advice i pause the draft disclosure sean clearly he's a little bit right now he's got very excited about being agreed with but he's also not sure where i live here okay he's gotta go running back yeah go running back sean in you know i'm gonna give you i'll give you a nugget here 'cause yeah so i don't know if there's a guy with the who's left with a better opportunity say what you will about kenyan drake who else is touching the ball in miami yeah you're he every now number one running back yeah yeah i'm over thinking this 'cause i was kind of like mark ingram here i really do they are gonna be a running offense he's got no one really do it you don't believe in kenneth dixon you know they gonna get a lot of carries he's he's a lot better than people think 'cause he's always split i'm in new orleans they went out and spent money on him and they're gonna be a definite running off and i like barking and the get over a thousand yards this year he's another option in this spot groom and i'll throw this the sean i i'll go oh go mark ingram i like that but i'll say justice hill who just well it's one round drive it over here i was thinking of maybe reaching chris carson rishaad penny but i think you get the guy who's the clear number one mark ingram and now things have fallen just beautifully because while i will neglecting the receiver position for another round because i think there will be opportunity here especially in standard twelve team you twelve team league like this my one of my top tight ends who is still available hunter henry oh yeah i just like the potential there absolutely has the ability to creep near that it's i mean taking you're tiers further with the emergence of god or it's probably kelsey and then the rest of the humans who has the ability to pop up ended that class i think hunter henry absolutely does so at this late fifth round i'm gonna add him my stable weapons okay so after i took marking the shawn watson tyler lockett sony michelle kramer took hunter henry baker mayfield under the computer by look this is why you wait on quarterback look at the people who are going right now you get leader running backs you get good tight end you could approximated baker mayfield's production three four rounds from now aaron aaron rodgers is on the board and the computer was you see it's all about value over like late stupid fucking the david montgomery also off the board andy dane you're pick here fifty seventh overall what do you doing yeah listen i'm gonna take i'm gonna go wide out here i have two running backs ready i only have t y hilton i'm gonna go cooper cup here my listen the ramp this i think is the best value okay he's going the third of the three rams he clearly is he apple of a gop side right meant a i i think he on any given week can be the highest scoring rams wide receiver especially npr settings he's gonna leave the team in catches in my opinion in in when he was heard they're they're often really wasn't the game is critical cock of their often all of the rams i feel like both him in would have a nice for not the highest ceiling but a very nice or so at this point in the draft it's absolutely nice having a guy like that so short after cooper cup aaron aaron rodgers al sean jeffrey kenyan drake allen robinson evan ingram calvin ridley all off the board dane you're back on the clock sean i'm gonna leave to recall in out there for you at lakeview at here's what i'm guys running backs in this kind of spot give me a pass catching running back okay james white is on the board we were talking before about the patriots running backs and i understand but the most consistent thing for the patriots running back is that james white will catch balls okay and that's easy points right there i'll take him as my third running back all day long cherokee brown off the board sammy watkins damn i i would have liked to maybe get a little a chance of him and they're both off kramer you're on the board or you're on the clock i was i was really hoping really hoping to snag sammy watkins yeah but he is also eight punk ass bitch yes this thing is suggesting i should take jarvis landry plus some sean lesson i ain't taking over swam best friends that turncoat odell beckham and go back to my loss angeles chargers because your it is you know what philip rivers wackadoo he likes to throw the ball to big receivers mike williams i really came on a night high real williams i know i'm going double dip in a veteran hunter henry though that's fine that often it's gotta be able to support eight pass attack not to mention oh my gosh sean in by weeks of ten eleven twelve so i'm really deferring the hey there i'm a quick starter hey you got the playoffs and you're putting the rest there you go shot you are now on the clock jarvis landry off tyler boyd off the board chris carson carson hector not bad so i'm i'm looking around here i go again go what do i do here i could go running back tiki receiver measure fantasy coach and we pop over here you're pretty open you can do anything you wanna hear sean yep yeah then you i i fell in love with this man couple of years ago give me i own my old time i left for you then i think you i appreciate that so that's the 'perfect row flex yeah well he's on the board then robbie anderson matt ryan both off the board directing the quarterback drafted a quarterback here no i think like dana said you'd probably just wait right yeah there's so many still left yeah there really is like well you know it's a long time from now don't wanna mess around left ago yeah i always get a kick her or defense shown so scratch that that partier cheat sheet off yep all right let's see do i go i like some of the receivers available right now you know what yeah will fuller a i mean i like he's that andre hopkins in in criminal probably probably reminder said he's better in a best ball a scenario but this late in the draft round seven seventy fourth overall hopkins's had some injury issues i maybe i get lucky but yeah gimme will fuller okay will fuller off the board now dante dante pettis is well rusty will he's out corey davis and we talk about computer number five you make that a former first round pick corey davis so i'm at the position should i have filled out i have dalvin cook leonard for net philip lindsay a democracy adams mike williams hunter henry i guess i could go in get some more depth here at the wide receiver position i am very intrigued by marvin jones this year i feeling these going way too late in some of these leagues sham new no ryan sham new also out there i'm waiting on quarterback i am gonna take are are man danes advice on that front you know what i think the league in i'm enticed by marvin jones enough with how he's going this year to grab him because i think he gives me some fairly safe depth an while golladay is the the sexier pick i feel like they're gonna have similar production even get jones a couple of rounds later okay marvin jones selected by kramer then sterling shepherd cam newton man back the game in what he's doing here listen you know i also wanna build at the wide receiver position i don't like some of the guys that are being suggested to me like golden the date or cortlandt sutton i told you guys that i think a day sean hamilton is the diamond in there yeah i'm intrigued by christian kirk this year someone you know fitzy is gonna declined a little bit more kirk kirk end cuyler murray were both at texas saying i'm together which is interesting they used to play together they know each other and kirk was good as a rookie 'em he's the guy that these guys were giving me as i look if we could pause it that will be good oh of course a year draft commissioner has a thank you thank you thank you i i would look at the running back real quick as the correct thing and this is something that you'll hear people were peter endlessly but the just the fact that they will probably probably be running ten to fifteen more plays per game yet this year mass all over there a guy more intriguing so absolute you know i like it i may go there i just wanna see what the running backs are meeting getting the third running back or third wideout were going back and forth at this point in the draft this is the benefit of waiting on quarterback right lamar miller sucks i'm not going his way 'em you know f it gives me a gimme christian kirk i'm gonna i'm gonna go and gergen earlier then i think i would wanna do it but you know i gotta i gotta believe what i say right and i believe in this connection i think he takes a step forward i think what the new offense like you said more place ron and a real need wide receiver in arizona the next beat hard and kendall garbage exactly the garbage in you as well dan is going to have that will be someplace unfortunately they will also be a lot of three and outs yeah i'm in that same mindset there's gonna be opportunity that's for sure okay yeah so i am sorry i don't doubt i doubt did not resilient go commissioner it's happening now that i will say i am as we were talking this is the time of the draft where you do kind of have to start stabbing at opinions yeah i wouldn't want the best kind of opinion is the guy that you're you're gonna know week one you're gonna know right away it's not gonna be the oh i needed injury or not letting draft christian kirk but will see what happens it it it's gonna let you drive right now 'em up all right there you go we got we got the mock draft a technical issues that's cool it's usually good right is take a lot of anzalone out good okay one senate a fantasy basketball drafted joel prison below when number one overall but i was in because it was like alphabetically next like shaquille o'neal oh no oh my god saturday greg nightmares oh yeah okay so now officially christian kirk off the board then we see golden tate no kirkland what god damn here realistic vegas which quarterback see you can't wait on a quarterback quarterback carson one guy where your eyes larry fitzgerald cortlandt sutton tevin coleman di di west broken dane back to you what do you would act back into yet only eighteen i don't have a quarterback you told us hysterical all this time i'm gonna go running back listen i expect i expect a little jump from rishaad penny this you grow up they talk about his in better shape the fumbling not there he's a guy who's like his yards per touch were ridiculous they got a lot of opportunities they run the ball that's what they wanna do i you know carson has been all right but he's kind of just the guy on some level level so a i'll take a stab at penny on a second year a second you jump lamar miller off mikhail horry is also off kramer you're entering its i like he's going he's he's really skyrocketed up the mock draft boards i'll tell what you mentioned bruce arians earlier and you mentioned the fact that there wouldn't be a bunch of a running game i think i disagree a little bit and i'm gonna reach here for it i'm taking ronald jones i wanna get a fourth running back and i know i'm i'm stretching here but if ronald jones is a guy we we remember what david johnson once did with this man that he's getting a clean bill of health that was kind of in the doghouse with dirk cutter and a yeah i i really really like ronald jones i'm gonna have a ton of him i just feel it he's climbing up the the drop or does well in joke you off the board next kiki qt or like that emmanuel sanders there on the border ron emmanuel sanders a grammar i don't i think he's gonna be on the pup list i really do like ethnic killings he's over thirty years old yeah i'm i'm scared of sanders i i would it's an opportunity thing and i think that's actually gonna play where you can be like well cool he's on the pup list and dropping you if you're drafting early you can kind of lottery him now i i totally get the stance of staying away but i do think it this round he's being drafted amongst other lottery tickets so it's okay i'm gonna say fuck it i'm worried about quarterback right now 'cause i missed out on half give me give me the moment himself drew brees wow yeah fuck it he's in a dome then jordan howard eagles of valdez scantly a then that's interesting seattle so i raise up to in green bay listen in green bay is gonna be an f you mode any if he's number two overdraw tumble allison that's a that's a legit week to week started that she would have there and i think he will be and i think right now allison's being drafted ahead of him typically in this mock draft computer number one one very intelligent taking all the scammer charlotte is the this is an interesting player for me because i kinda don't have any i don't have any glaring needs for my team i'm gonna take a shot here i think it's just it's just they a a target thing with jesse james out with antonio brown out i think i asked mcdonald is gonna get involved in the passing game a lot i'm a man loves twelve personnel even a fantasy gimme vance mcdonald you watch steph on the fuck out of people to do they love him there they love him in that they can they do and there's a lot of targets to go around there yeah in touch them through red zone opportunities jared cook off the board next adam humphreys miles sanders again the eagles back who could be be like legit workhorse back it's his progress is kind of held up because of a soft his hamstring which is which is never great sign but maybe take shot on him kramer what do you do in here list shawn mccoy still availed i don't eat any you you could talk all the way down to five seconds is this is obvious we and we just touched on it but bruce arians is a man who loves the chuck the rock how am i not fake taken jameis winston around here yeah gimme that action a yeah my my team might have some character concerns off the field but this is fantasy football so i love waiting and grabbing jamus what were the last team to grab a quarterback they do it right now so here's here's here's something you could just go ahead and go i was just gonna say the fact that i pretty eleventh quarterbacking snag jamus right then yes please yeah yeah and then actually trey burton lord hines off the board dane on the clock sounds like he's going to be here yeah i got the thing here's what you could do also when you wait on qb one of the things to do is get two of them right lying in this kind of thing i might get you from and i might go what the serious get one kind of safe guy and then one upside guy and this might be and you're to quarterback leads right you still get a safe guy like right now big ben is still out there you could still get upside guy right now cuyler murray is still out there but you know jared goff's still out there so it's real dominant still safe right here i'll take big ben yeah big ben led the nfl in passing last year over five thousand yard formats he was acting like you'll be two or three yeah i think he's got one one great year left in the tank at least fantasy wise production he's gotta prove that it was actually amy and left that with hassles and not him or at least one year in any any got ju ju i think this is to do breakout year if he hadn't broken out already but huge year for juju so austin hooper daryl henderson chris herndon the fourth latavius murray kareem hunt who the shawn mccoy who their own off with hunter and twelve overall pick dane where you going here yeah you know in san francisco these running backs are interesting you know they signed tevin coleman they got jerick mckinnon coming back i like jerick mckinnon this year i think he's the guy who's gonna leading targets for that team and you've never seen tevin coleman and really handle the load i think this often will support you running backs i liked the pass catcher give me jerick mckinnon and i will say this mckinnon was going in the tail end of the first second round last year in fm back and forth it's out beforehand injury and it's the tenth round it's the tenth round ended the shanahan oftens i love taking a stab at one of these guys you know they brought tevin coleman over to play the tevin coleman role in the shanahan and a hand off and that means mckinnon could be the dante frame enroll greta brita would be x factor right back to me yeah royce freeman off the board deanza forming off the board kramer here's what i wanna do and i i this is probably where i'm kind of falling off the wagon a little bit well because i wanna stand even pointed out and then take to sure you may have concerns about james winston i really like them but you know what i wanna see i wanna see what happens week one with cuyler murray herited so i've now drafted ninth and tenth ranked court i just wanna see what because at the end of the day this spent spot is it it's gonna go way you're not gonna doesn't it sure you probably shouldn't grab a backup running back but there's gonna be so much movement i want if tyler murray goes out there and drops forty because he's running front yard you wanna be a part of it around canal in trade that astore it's all about it's all about the process sean anyway the process i also just wanna make sure we talked about cuyler because sean loves the name so horrific now europe sean two rounds to go one and a half around for you or three rounds two rounds russ you know what the my man bruce arians says no risk it no biscuit i'm gonna risk get deep ball threat still some speed left going into way into a a great offensive situation he's coming out gimme the sean jackson i mean it's pretty pretty the shot equal kota got gotta get some so in dallas goddard potential to yeah those yeah you're keeping that's right this is actually how sean will draft is fantasy teams i i reached times i missed the years of mcnabb being a first term great okay arguing on your back now in the alarm gonna take a third tired of you can't say not reach a deal loose matt brita are off the board i'm gonna go to buffalo i don't think frank or la shawn mccoy do enough of this bills team week five weeks six devon single terry could be the guy buffalo needs the run the ball they need a give josh allen some options i the draft in third overall he could real boom potentially give me devon single they have tj yeldan also which is also interesting yeah okay because he's a guy like you know he's a service will pass catching back i agree with you on shady and gore but don't sleep sleep on yeldan like very serviceable as an nfl back there's also the element of if you're doing a pre training camp draft this is the kind of late round pick you want it's a bullet so yeah it could be a starting running back ready yeah his upside is that he's hitting the majority of the carries on a team that's gonna run the ball yeah could be on the houston texans and among i read something from the buffalo newspaper said he's splitting first team reps with gore and the shawn mccoy which is a good sign but again it's insanely early like ito smith duke johnson an eight p m p they're all off the board kramer what do you do in dj more went along time ago curtis samuel still there you know i'm a little higher on cam newton most again this is more of a why why is he he's going with guys who don't have the opportunity that he will while the more fun take maybe here's go john brown and say he's gonna get his deep ball mojo back with josh allen concealing josh allen can do i'm gonna stick to the safer pick curtis samuel then you are now on the clock i like it and then just for reference guys 'cause i'm gonna go the second quarterback also remember i said safe and upside right i already had big ben jesper no were going into like the last round of the draft philip rivers still available has another option okay jared goff whether you if you like these rams wide receivers and you think girly has arthritis they're gonna throw the ball you know like available in the last round the fucking draft okay and say oh yeah so but because i when a safe with ben give me fucking lamar jackson as you know like quarterback okay why not yeah those six week diners monetary yes sorry this step on you there but i i i read sat there he was a top seven or top five fantasy quarterback those six weeks you start it now will see continues but it's worth a shot and really what safest sixty rushing yards in the game you know what that is on like it's ridiculous and people don't realize just how much of an impact forget him josh allen was like qb seven for the second half of the year on the strength of a similar running game with trubisky the same stuff you're back on the cartoon yep so i need another wideout so that's where i'm going i go to the wideouts spots of these guys here i said it before give me day sean hamilton he guy okay i think sanders on the puppy got a ton of targets in december cortlandt sutton it'll be on the outside joe flacco is not throwing the ball downfield like here's the thing also crepe even if sanders isn't on the pop he's gonna not be able to build chemistry with flacco in training camp in the pre season you know he won't be on the field then he'll be on the day sean hamilton is the one who will be building chemistry you know i never like the rookie tight end takes too long for them to grow i think no offense will be okay in dynasty settings but i think day sean hamilton will leave this team in catches he's still there for me i was between for me it was between him and i cannot believe that kenny stills is still there i gotta tell you guys he's gonna be the number one in miami he's the deep proud guy he's over performed his the atp like every single year and here's the thing he's the deep guy we know fitzpatrick will suck it down field who do you think he's chuck it to it's not the same parker it's not anybody else any still go out perform atp also but a i you know i want one day sean 'cause he's like my a he's mike diamond in the rough man i'm gonna throw a even though i would probably say kenny stills here i'm gonna say give me justice to i know we like mark ingram but i think at a minimum justice he'll probably be on the field for the passing work an you never know i mean who mark ingram i like you i happen to like him this year probably a situation where in deeper leagues i'm gonna take both those guys but again you're taking a bulletin dnd we have two picks left in the draft sean literally whole draft as two picks left you are the last pick second elastic who do who goes i think he has they and again this is just like rating local stuff and and and people saying all their chemistry lookout forum and that is from the seattle seahawks david more yeah they're super deep fifty three targets last season i think he has eight he's someone you you drafts probably i'd probably drafted him too high for this sort of draft i'm not gonna drop the backup quarterback to satisfy the algorithm rating system five so to recap my team drew drew brees christian mccaffrey trico and keenan allen chris godwin zach ertz mark ingram on my bench right now will fuller vance mcdonald the sean jackson david more in devon single terry degrade c plus results unresolved i just finished mind and it it just popped up just oh i got it hey no reid off real fear team there dane are all right let's see where do i find that a i got i got it right in front of me okay yeah i got highly rated off yeah guys all right we got a melvin gordon travis kelsey t y hilton kerryon johnson amber cup james white christian kirk rishaad penny big ben jerick mckinnon lamar jackson and hamilton out of denver that's a good team yeah they gave me a day which makes me actually worried about this team if we act the fucking hilarious do it right i was given may be eighty eighty six out of one hundred myron final round learn who i beat you shouldn't be in better shape lost james winston i really liked the running back or dalvin cook for some reason i'm getting higher and higher and leonard for net everyday devonte mike williams hunter henry philip lindsay marvin jones curtis samuel ronald jones justice so in my lottery ticket cuyler murray murray saying don't know what for net with all those guys those running backs that like ten eighteen there's injury questions there's some kind of questions with all of them you know what i mean so why not whichever one you like of that group i actually liked avante freeman you know i know he's banged up all the time but if we liked this atlanta offense then he's gonna get a ton also i mean they're gonna be sketch will not good for you the falcons have thirteen games indoors the year yeah it's a it's absolutely ridiculous them end the packers are two teams in the nfc that i think are gonna be in the playoffs that were last year i'm and i love that schedule for all the falcons for all the falcons jake from a day a dean before we let you go any other any other nuggets just stuff that you were h in the talk about the show and we didn't get to a during the mock draft no not really i think you know we talked about as a kind of played out with things like the the settings a when the tight ends get the bonuses you know that is really the most important thing understand that understand the p pr kind of backs that you might need an definitely the idea of waiting on quarterback we made the point here like you know you could have gotten philip rivers on waivers in this league in a twelve team league you know in the last round and so make sure you stocked up with those running backs those wide receivers if you don't get one of those three tight ends and get the tight end those second tier tight ends the henry's the you know they they ingram's howard's those guys will be just fine but load up on those wide receivers and running backs i will say like the value isn't there in quarterback early but because there's probably only eight ish tight ends it falls off like maybe you do at one invest like that's my take away and doing a lot of these you know the funding about doing all these drafted you kind of see how the formula change based on where you're picking based on who you go with early and what i've found is it's tough to not come away with a star running back early you confined receivers i mean my my team team would would highlight that as i spent three out of my first four picks on running backs i did go demonic them first but man you really wanna get those running backs 'cause it does kind of fall off their gotta get one of those maybe whatever it is whatever the line is for you for me it's joe mixon like whatever eight or nine you're definitely wanna get one of those guys and and i and in the first round even if you're staring at a divine tae adams or who leo jones like the running back you would get on the comeback is probably not the rb one that you want and there's value at the white out later on so i agree i even go eight in a row running back at the top of the draft and with the tight ends though in the ones that i'm doing to your point kramer like i'm winding up with a lot of oj howard hunter henry i even i'm okay with the jared cook that kind of like second tier that probably has four five evan ingram even like that kind of tier because i'm not i got kelsey in this draft because he was staring at me in the second around still but if i'm not getting the kelsey hurts i'm completely comfortable with that hunter henry oj howard tier and i'm getting that you know in the whatever and like fifth or sixth round and that's that's completely comfortable for me what the kid getting the quarterbacks real late and going and going crazy with these running backs but you gotta get you started early on because so many every other team you know has has has and are bbc right so there's very few workhorses these days so you gotta get one up top showing just lit up he's learned a new actress running back by committee that yeah i mean i i think specifically in these types of like home leagues or whatever where you're it's twelve teams shorter bench just yeah there's no value in taking that court like one of your buddies is going to take patrick mahomes in the sec yeah let let it happen let it had on just be ready happy that you're already to ready to go and be stoked you have a quarterback the loves the grab posting a legit all right john yeah you for participating in podcast make sure you follow dana on twitter at speeding speeds end a check him out his show on fantasy radio anything else you wanna throw out there doing now that i have me on again make sure to avoid those four games these men forgot about diamonds only and i think you guys those were tuned in the podcast rate review and share on i tunes for the sports give my pockets i'm sean stacking the multi grain and here's ryan man who gave me such a great word kramer lead yeah right

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Stats & Eggs, 10/5: 49ers poop the bed, lose to Eagles

Niners Nation

03:48 min | 2 weeks ago

Stats & Eggs, 10/5: 49ers poop the bed, lose to Eagles

"Good Morning I'm Rob Stats Guerrero today's Monday October Fifth Twenty twenty here's what's happening with your San Francisco Forty niners. The niners dropped at to into after a twenty five, twenty loss to the Eagles on Sunday football in the worst start of his career nick mullins turn the ball over three times but he made up for it by overthrowing wide open receivers for would be touchdowns. We had plenty of opportunities and I really I really just didn't execute. It's I feel like the way I'm feeling its pretty black and white right now just did execute and that's really all comes down to three turnovers. Four fourteen points. For them off turnovers and that's that's really about it. It just didn't execute. You said, you didn't execute three times I. Guess that's one for every turnover. Moen's was eighteen for twenty six in the night for two hundred yards and a touchdown. This loss is disappointing because the team had been playing so well after consecutive wins against the giants in jets in New Jersey. So Kyle Shanahan was this a letdown game I was worried about that a little bit on Monday, and Tuesday, on the kind of went away that we had a good day of practice on Wednesday not so good on. Thursday but I thought we came back and had a good Friday Love the energy of the guys at the hotel last night I was expecting us to come out and play good Miss a few. At the beginning to a couple opportunities. So I want to say that that was a letdown guys just their energy are everything but we definitely didn't play well today before the niners ran seventy plays and outgained the eagles four, seventeen, two to sixty seven in the game couple of other performances worth mentioning George Kitto playing for the first time since week one, fifteen catches on fifteen targets one, hundred, eighty, three yards, and a touchdown and Brandon. You had a fantastic thirty eight yard touchdown run where he hurdled the defender right before going into the end zone. Soap the forty niners or two and two, and once again in last place in the NFC West Hey Fred Warner what now pissed off, you know were upset for sure the fact that we're only two at home you know there's got to be a sense of urgency guys gotta be executed a lot better I i. Look My Saga I look at myself in the Mirror starts with me on defense you know everybody's got to be better. that. Can't happen. We always give you something to read something to watch and something you might have missed something to read on this Monday, pick your poison today Marcus Thompson the athletic about missing Jimmy Garoppolo or you could go NBC Sports Bay Area Find Jimmy Jeez value basically anywhere. You look you can find out how bad nick mullins was last night something to watch has to be the health of Jimmy Garoppolo he's recovering from a high ankle sprain suffered against. The jets here kyle when asked how optimistic he was the Jimmy would be back next week not sure totally I didn't talk to him today about how it went We'll see tomorrow when he comes in I know I have a good workout here Monday and Tuesday, and hopefully he'll be good to go. For Wednesday but I'm not sure this is just your reminder that the forty niners are twenty and six when Jimmy Garoppolo starts and five and. Twenty one when he does something, you may have missed at one point eagles. Defensive Lineman. Me Jackson may have pulled off the move of the game with the forty niners trailing and the ball at the one yard line. Jackson. Waited for the officials to turn their heads after spotting the ball and then slid it backwards with his foot about six inches. I don't think anybody in a forty niners even noticed nicely done. That's going to do it for. This edition of stats and eggs. If you want more on this game, download the instant reaction podcast hosted by me where I get really angry about a terrible performance by the team. If you like what you hear please rate review and subscribe to the Podcast, we love five star reviews and course good comments. But if there's something you think we should do better. Let us know and we'll try and be better I'm rob. Stats. Carreira. We'll talk tomorrow.

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Week 8 Reviews

College Football Live

24:01 min | 1 year ago

Week 8 Reviews

"For scientists than carbon capture is key to reducing co two emissions globally it's one way Exxon Mobil helping industrial plants be more like plants capture C o two what if we could help industrial plants capture it to thank you we can help lower emissions more there's no real timetable for his return but the expectation is is he will be he nope we know that he had the issues with his lower legs from a year ago and it looked like that right ankle may have gotten rolled up not a good sign Paul Finebaum we'll talk about some drama we have that now a yarn college football season has gotten very interesting and it's all about to once again can he be ready for the Lsu Game Yes will he be one hundred percent nobody has any idea and there's even another question that is yet to be determined iteration and I don't think any of us know what to family is thinking because there's no way we know what his condition is going to be in eighteen or nineteen will be non weight bearing for several days and then he'll be able to come back as his rehab allows him so we're hopeful that about for for Alabama how are they used are they effective still without talking about lower yeah definitely concern here and this is the concern for days is certainly the most dramatic moment of the College football season all eyes on tour and his ankle and nothing more than the College Football playoff berth and perhaps talk of I lois struggles in that game ankle injury against Tennessee so coach Saban how did the surgery go surgery was successful should he play he's going to be the number one pick in the draft assuming he is healthy for what happens if he gets hurt even worse this is a family the national championship hang in the Balance Davis let's start with you confidence or concern about two as ankle he's the guy who stirs this thing with those three wide receivers out wide and it's just going to be interesting now Joey you've been I have seen Joey Galloway for example with as they really you know in a ten day period he'll be back being able to do pretty active type Rehab and we'll see how it goes from there but these things are pretty unpredictable wide receiver when you don't play with good quarterback play Joey those receiver looks good so to me the most interesting thing about this will be all the weaponry that we talked game where he left in the fourth quarter with an ankle injury to a did have a month off to get ready for the playoffs in played in both of those playoff games for the tide now time for a little F- bomb with at this point well it's predictable that to this time right he's never missed a game as a starter but he has had to leave four games due to injuries including sec championship and that's where we'll start college football live Joey Galloway David Pollack Peter Burns Gentlemen Week Eight is in the books that everyone's talking about that injury Alabama. QB I talk about Loa walking off the field offense that this is a offensive team now and when you watch Alabama they're not they're not what they've been in the past on defense and they're super young and the defensive front seven but one in the country this is the first team that transfer portal is sneaking up on because everybody has one quarterback now we don't know who the second quarterback is on any these top teams because everyone leaves and so you remember last year to goes out and they had jalen hurts step right into the SEC championship game and winning the game so now Alabama lasting who comes in the game definitely concerned for Alabama I believe to a will be back for Lsu but how healthy will he be you know it's crazy about the way added injury to their starting quarterback Kinda crazy this guy hasn't been injured but it's Trevor Lawrence he threw four interceptions last year joey now he already has eight concern reap for both to and the time I think it's concern because when you look into this is starting to mount up and you're starting to see a lot of injuries and let's be honest hille settle in after the bye week he'll be fine and he's still doing it and we're not talking about bad throws were talking about bad decision making was that team is stepping down in two or goes out who's next and so every single team in that top ten when that number one guy goes down it is going to be in earn or confident that trevor will be back definitely concern I I sort of when the first four happened I was thinking is is trying to do too much these are plays and we sort of seen Sam Darnold do the same thing where it was like a really good quarterback was trying to make plays that question pretty well well yeah we'll see Mack Jones does that he might be able to do that against Arkansas who's lost fifteen straight by the way ten of the fourteen teams in the SEC crazy is about all these teams but Florida's already done this culture steps right in plays mind so we're going to see what Alabama does and how they respond floors red zone there's three defenders back here and he just throws one up and so these aren't like bad throws they got away from him these are like nobody throws it to the scene in a situation you can see the quarterback was like receivers thinking this ball is actually coming at me but I'm not in the read and then this one again weren't there because he he felt like his arm was so good this is a normal seen what the day come behind so of course the dig is the read in this situation and you also have a check down and down but you're taking chances with the football that you don't need to take and so definitely concerned a Trevor Lawrence hasn't looked any different and we're in the middle of the season is going to throw it up there and see what happens this works out and this is a problem now counts as a touchdown but it's a problem he throws up his receiver goes up and gets it and ended up being we actually built Trevor Lawrence it'd be the greatest quarterback in the history of the game in one hundred and fifty years right off the bat and kind of looks a little bit normal right now nothing looks normal about Ohio state guys other than the like really bad in the red zone safety standing there you have seen going down the middle and a safety senators just throws it right to this one picked off against Georgia tech again I and you look very similar to two Trevor Lawrence making trying to do too much beginning the season but by the end of the season got all the kinks ironed out we thought Dijon Watson did this years ago and had a struggle early in the season Kirk brought this up a couple of weeks ago on game phenomenal point was the Shawn Watson number when you got higgins and Ross it makes up for a lot not why when you got six foot five targets that you can just throw them jump balls to but you're you're absolutely right you need to be concerned because me we're they're happening joe you can't give points away you have to understand when you get and that red zone or close to the red zone like I got field goal in my pocket now I gotTa make football live is brought to you by allstate reminding you then football season is may have no one's been part of more first days of work and special teams and it looks like Ryan Day has spent in urban Meyer and they haven't missed the beat maybe even gotten better you're not concerned in this week whatsoever I just a better fit for him and Ryan Day is been unbelievable there we've got a lot more coming up on college football live with the boys including it's never too early to talk resumes today's have looked dominant right now so I'll start with you confidence at this is the Buckeye team that is GonNa roll or concern that they haven't really quote unquote played anybody any I are worst day of work to reengineering the classics to out work the future trust your car hearts to keep doing their job long after you begin doing yours I believe that Ohio state will be better on offense defense and special teams in Wisconsin Wisconsin surprised me last week and and the way they played against Illinois it's spectacular I I get so sick and tired of that we haven't played anybody narrative when you're hitting people in the face with a frying pan I don't care who you played they played some competitive teams all of it every week it's crazy all right now let's take a look at this week's college football rankings brought by northwestern mutual couple of big changes in that top ten our heart and in the same way rookies have to keep earning respect car heart never stops earning the respect of hardworking people like you from building rugged dear that's tougher yeah I think they will be fired up and ready to go for state they won't play as bad as they did last week but even at their best they're not good enough to be Ohio state so there is no concern concern if you're a high of state is you run the schedule and you get into the playoff at that point you might see a team that is by far better than anything you've seen a long shot and I wanna see Justin fields make plays against that defense but what the heck is be giving me concern about this Ohio state team they look like a complete team offense D Brian check down and see if I can get a touchdown even get another first down and get a shot at a touchdown and so I think the decision making process for Lord's been it's been bad but you know what this week's capital one fan vote all right I'll start with you joey you get to have your own analyst vote here best one loss team in the country is right which one loss team still right in the hunt for the College Football playoff we'll tell you coming up on college Kelly Red Consummate Knit that bug after those first three weeks of that but now you're starting to see still some decision making he's just got that I'm glad devo was chewed on by the way Debo gotten his in conference but right now not concerned at all and obviously we've seen him for progress and honestly one of those situations where him going to Ohio state was unplayed trash the whole season but they keep going up side the head and putting people to sleep so I don't have any concern Wisconsin be the best defense they face Wisconsin I don't see him they follow the top ten after losing the Lovey Smith the lion I and after their feet down to north western Friday night buckeyes move up another spot now there are third in the country these guys starting to become more effective and you see big plays what are we missing from Georgia when you watch them you're missing big explosive plays down the field forgot his face and was yelling at him and you can't do that kind of stuff I love I love seeing that from coast but he's definitely it's definitely some concern from what you've seen from Lawrence so far it's almost like guys I'll go with Florida right now I was actually impressed by what Flora's able to do to not just auburn but then go in a row to Lsu the next week behind Bama and Lsu we move on and it's time to discuss the capital one fan vote but you've got the best one loss team in the top ten at the moment since eighteen eighty nine car hearts got your back twenty four seven visit car heart dot com forward slash CFP the whiteout Georgia is way more talented than floor there's no doubt about it but Georgia's offense is not clicking like Florida's has I think after the bye week you'll see Florida defense get a little bit more healthy but I don't think that it's as crazy as David does for the PAC twelve to get there I do think they need some help me wrong but I think that Georgia losing a couple of weeks serve what they were trying to accomplish heading to the locker room without a good size Casey O'Brien four time cancer survivor is what I tune about in tonight at the end with what you said because I think there's plenty of good defense is out there but to me this offense takes a huge step forward with trask and you just see the playmakers I mean you see pits and you see swain the good news is I think between both of US probably Georgia and Florida and I think we're gonNA find out joey in about a week in a couple of days so we'll be good to go exactly all playoff but it was a big win for organ their defense by the way we bragged about him going into the game how much they've looked good they they struggled a lot in that ball game but I know that Oregon and Utah Up ten teams by that point and if they can pull that off then all of a sudden there's your chances for one of these teams to get in but they definitely need a little help Florida nitric and another SEC team shoot injury to an Auburn or Alabama you need a lot of craziness to happen for them to get in the college football and back it up after losing a couple of their stars a couple of guys it'd be back so nego Bernard they'll be back on defensive end when you talk about this Florida team defensively is I don't think there's really much that now listen what happened big time with with Wisconsin losing is big if Auburn big and beat we'll say Georgia Beats Florida Auburn Utah that are starting to look good I buried the PAC twelve a couple of weeks ago and I'm not getting my shoveling down Berry go back and Resurrection Michigan flagged eight times for forty eight yards but it was kind of when they got flagged and it was a big deal Jim Harbaugh talked about it on Monday and hey coach harbor they are little bit later but that's not what everyone was talking about coaches we're talking about a -ficiating yes believe it or not if college football is being played here in in this world you're going to have people complain about it and one of the things we had was JIM harbaugh complaining about not one not two not three but several different calls is that fair sometimes it's not fair and learn a long time ago the only fair is the county fair so I have no idea what is your I'd rather than drop it on my feet did you say anything yeah no prior yeah twelve of course they both have to root for each other to win the rest of their games and and meet in to the PAC twelve championship game hopefully a the resounding lead right now Georgia voted the best but Florida considerably behind. Of course they're GONNA play in a couple of weeks in Jacksonville go to twitter dot com slash sports center to check out something that you think warranted unsportsmanlike it's not my judge drop it on my feet next time so clearly you were unhappy about the totality few expect it then and you'll be disappointed sometimes wolverine fans that the only people disappointed games this officiating I mean you know should we be holding these officials feet to the fire some calls are good calls and being in the mix of course after their victory against Washington so we spend this forward see you shaking your head a little bit right now what are the twelve chances you got you got Oregon she was not the happiest a campers host. Do you know why you got the unsportsmanlike no I don't the guy ran forty yards away and dropped a flag doc fans feeling the pain several timely calls went against South Carolina their game against Florida including an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty on coach will muschamp and of course I'm not gonNa comment about anything else don't go forty yards raindrop a flag I bought that goes what can you possibly be looking at this guy has his head down and he's flat out blocking guy runs the route turns up so you've had time to go and then Wisconsin losing this past week opens the door for a couple more scenarios to happen and so you know with the tapes in eleven teams a little chaos you never know I mean obviously nobody thought that Lovey Smith the line I we're going to be Wisconsin probably South Carolina State has beaten Georgia right it just happened I did like the beard we'll talk about long that one those are the ones that I can understand coaches being upset about the one Ford at the holding it was a hold and so it should have been called they make their money and watching what they were able to do to the Auburn offense stop them completely from what we know them do best and that's go sideline the sideline think there's Florida it wasn't called with another seven points that's fourteen points on the board these were enormous plays in that Game Florida won the game I'm not GonNa say South Carolina about the fair we'll see if they're fair number nineteen in the big house seven thirty eastern four thirty Pacific right here on ABC and ESPN APP AH judgment calls because those are fast quick to happen then the way the one in the Florida game where the receiver came in San Star blocking those are you wonder seven to do that two hundred yards receiving in one hundred yards rushing coming up it's our weekly winners and losers include the bus ride home moon in Starkville I love this question 'cause we'll find out soon surprised we didn't hear Notre Dame bar in that conversation and frankly I was Kinda surprised the data that we didn't hear there's a bad calls in every game yes if I must champ pissed absolutely livid this wasn't the only call first of all that is atrocious twenty four seven and they won't hit you with those hidden fees allies team actually cares about doing right by you and your money go to a eighteen with Trask quarterback he's played is definitely the best one loss team Davey was I has nothing to do with the defense it has to me two teams that could face down the road and that question could be maybe it's a little bit more serious in the championship we so Joey Rolla with them you're not going that way either a yards two hundred and three receiving yards couple of receiving touchdowns against Tulane he did it all in fact the first incidental a player Louisiana Tech's Troy Edwards in Nineteen Ninety and Oregon trail type accident Saturday a rivalry dating back to eighteen eighty seven number eight notre dame taking on Jim Harbaugh ultimate performance presented by BMW Kenneth Gain well they might have flagged them a hundred times because he should have been celebrated right eighteen Russia's for one hundred the win but if chip I I rate I'm taking off the old man glasses instead slamming them on somebody I mean that's just it's unquestionably decided just very what does its head keeps Spinning Bank scary really scary mixing another number ally knows you deserve better and their mission is to be just that with allied bank yoga great interest rates and you can chat with real people support for laughter permit it in the following message come from ally you wouldn't settle for two star Spin class or personal trainer so why settle for a bank that treats you like Week Nine Games Virginia Louisville Boston College and Clemson all right let's go a little winners and losers gentlemen and winners might be Dabo Swinney L. Y. dot com for more ally bank member FDIC long found advocates curse it is no he didn't want to complain about it because you don't WanNa get fined will end given I guess didn't care right like given never to shy on twitter posted this in the wake of FA US thirty six get a punch and then dabbled makes him not fly home ride the bus home with the team manager I love this idea this is the creepy get it that hard ball is upset that they lost but the rest aren't the reason they lost if you don't come out and get twenty one to nothing that would have been a good idea so I don't think horrible has agree and that is a block there is no intent to be a receiver whatsoever of false start not call a whole not call you're talking about that's seven points the Michigan call with the tip pass they had often solemin there was like seven yards downfield blocking somebody it's a good call call Becca touchdown but it's the correct call I don't mind or a bus ride how about this Joy Galloway yet Andrew Bruce True Freshman quarterback he gets well basically a pill for one lost a Marshall and league wasn't happy about it either Kiffin five thousand bucks as though he makes a million he'll be aride but joey I mean is that fair the execution was not solid either so I I don't know what positive to say about this joe you find something positive yeah what this plants that the unexpected energy of Exxon Mobil win it wasn't a long way in deciding the game and I would be I'd be I'd be mad cow I gotta be honest with you I wouldn't WanNa be hosted the SEC officiating twitter account this week not happy Geico we download the industry-leading Geico APP Today College football live we got a double header for you over on the ACC network the football even literally for goodness Sake but David is it as dumb as this play call right here Arkansas all right down seventeen nothing Sam Lloyd decides it looks doc best to look at the FCC compliant to say the least all right we got now How about some good news you want to do some good news so we all right how about our absolutely awesome that's winning that's a winning culture I love it do you do something that stupid an egregious you deserve to do that that's just dumb you know better than that at every level everyone smile it was trending on twitter here Casey O'Brien big ten special teams player of the Year Joey Four time cancer survivor PJ flecked puts them in hold an extra in a moment here yeah this is a great story and it was fun to watch and we'll be watching for the rest of all time it's one of those things you'll keep bringing is one of those things honestly I will bet you and practice all week that looked really good and it worked out perfectly because defense stays out the way they do what you tell them to do so awesome so happy to see him getting ballgame so happy for Casey absolutely agreed there in well we can't really show what happened to Joe Borough here on the way concern Texas just the Dr Pepper Chess Pass right about this call pollock I mean listen to call first of all stunk in Auburn was sitting right there regardless back and it deserves to be brought back it's terrific to see this kid get his chance and you could see when he was talking after how much he appreciated which made it even more special and gene easiest thing of all the places to punch somebody in the face mask this very smart I love the idea make him ride the bus on we can think about it also the housekeeping piece on Game Day on Casey and it was absolutely phenomenal and if you WANNA watch go find it because you talk about a guy that battles every day makes no excuses coppola just like Peter is looked a lot by the way I've never seen this in college football ever tests passed was right on the money you get a game and things just don't work out the same practices

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REShow: Deion Sanders and Ernie Johnson. Hour 1 (01-31-19)

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REShow: Deion Sanders and Ernie Johnson. Hour 1 (01-31-19)

"Orig- is on demand your show your schedule fifteen minutes after ball dot com check out the casts at richeisenshow dot com geico presents unhelpful home improvement how twos a slippery bathroom floor can result in expensive hospital bills so today i'll show you how to cook a serious fall by filling your bathroom without ends plastic balls just now a piece of plywood across the doorway and dump in two thousand multicolored plastic balls you could try to protect yourself with a bathroom full of plastic balls or you could get liability coverage through the geico insurance agency visit geico dot com and see how a ford -able renter's insurance can be welcome to this thursday of the rich eisen show live from the big game in the honda studio you just heard our guest list we're really happy for it we're really proud of it we got goats all over the place our last guest is going to be shocking and i'm going to get right to my i guess 'cause he's not only sitting here but he's one of my favorite people he does this show as a host on occasion and it's awesome every single time he does it his thirty for thirty dion double play debuts tonight on the worldwide leader in sports at ninety street time he is primetime himself you do them all what's going on brian does a good i know and you're great wisdom zoo i love when you do the show i love the due to show i love that but i hate lieven well then the good thing is we got a nice chunk of time right now before chunk of change oh really not that sean good it's its terrestrial radio oh so you know the drill so pardon me satellite so let's let's get into the fact that this is -lanta eleven okay this it is so beautiful man this is it is so dear to my heart it because i chose it was different when i came out into the draft because i had gone to a all american function here in atlanta in what i got to the city and went to the airport like dang we did a little thing at hospitals like dang start going around the city to dine into do the different things that we had i was like oh my god i had truly never seen african american people in such roles and positions in titles that never seen in my life it blew my mind you know city officials doctors lawyers political figures it blew my mind so i said that's why won't go because i knew do was i was not unapologetic brash i was going to be me and i felt like atlanta would at least understand me and i said i'm not going to you don't drive me i'm gonna play baseball if you do i'm not going there i'm not going there and sure atlanta pig out so have a to do and and i also love the story that you've told and if you would mind telling the audience here as well at the combine when you would be pulled into rooms and you didn't know which room you are being pulled into by which yeah yeah i was i was i was it'd come back in back in that day everybody was reaching for ages into hotel yeah everybody everybody structure you can't be in a hotel you can't be on the premises then it was everything was well some backing away from crowds and people trying to grab bag into this room in giants was there and it was the giants room and they had people sitting down taking these tests did they call these things oh yeah like the psychologist thing was debt dick man and i sat down and they gave me this thing what is this is this test we need you to take it i said oh what picker do you have there's like ten that'd be going vote in that'd be going waigel voted and and then let's just get into it here i mean bella check said he wants you run the forty at the combine and that you ran it and then ran into the tunnel and is it true it's not true okay you did not run into a waiting car and being no because i had more interviews than all of that no that story just grows it is it is it is not true i did everything did i was asked to do that and lift ain't do not of that because jay writes that they had laid cross my arms bench press you know i don't know where that comes of it you say that when you're watching the defensive backs wait reps of two twenty struggle fifty one up you're have you ever said man that guy would have got one more up you'd have been there and they play three cone drill this has nothing to do with nothing so i didn't do any of that stuff right yeah on all worked out and now is i've not been in the new house yet here's a youthful man is your banner up there at least we're learning that you're because you that was your house yeah they'll is one and it was a good house down it was a good house that was your house a home so i'd like to know if they're still some form of fashion yes yes we patched you some got to be some kind of price blasphemy if it isn't now this this thirty thirty tonight is just off good it is no it's not good it's great it really is but you know what i want rich calling me for years to do thirty thirty i'm sure you know and what does this do for me you go play it over and over you're going get from this so i wanna really blessed people so i want to just do the football when or just the baseball let's do one that really talked about what really transpired behind the curtain on a two sports one day so this this came about i didn't wanna do the normalcy thing let's do something because that day troubled me to day in e people still really don't know what transpired behind the curtains and i can't wait for everyone to see it and i'm still puzzled like my contract is over july the thirty first i'm still here and you made me to be the bad guy how does that happen that you made me to be the villain that i was being selfish and that's why love social media today athlete has his opportunity to our ticket himself 'cause you're magin if i would have been in era first of all coon goodness fun was i would have had sliding deanne and kim kardashian leg that your your instagram game is pretty on oh my whole social media attribute to rich because i wouldn't do it because the country do what you may think i'm very like you know i'm priming it today because this is called but normally i'm dea enrich knows that in in a really repluse when it comes to certain things and he talked me into the way he got me he said you know what you have you sent out an inspirational every morning long as i've known you imagine how many more people you could reach if you did this and that's what got me years ago he was oh my but but going on social gab and make sure that it was your name at dion sanders true you know gotta get that but the fact that i would teach you anything about branding you deal walk off a walk did attributed to us about it well i mean finally did it so so that the one day for those let's just delve into it a little bit and i wanna give the whole store way 'cause everybody needs to watch tonight at nine eastern on e._s._p._n. thirty for thirty the the day that we're talking about is the helicopter to go from one place to the other does it okay helicopter was to get to the jet right okay right i still don't know how to came about like i've never said to anybody eight man i need a helicopter to get down eighty five to get to the game i never see i don't know how to nixon helicopters on prague's ville waiting for me go what am i supposed to do i'm good driving traffic you had no idea who provided it who paid for it i know i didn't i don't i have no idea who provided that on a daily basis at the football practice but i know the two sports one day to even think about that it wasn't that i wanted to play two sports or one day it was that the fact that i'm getting ready to send mine balconies my beloved bow because football's my heart out there dan marino duper clayton in net more would that mean the secondary that's stupid and it's it to me selfish and i have a football country in now i got the brave and they mad at me and it's it's it's it's october the contract is long gone so i'm helping you and you had attitude with me i didn't understand that in it really it hurt me man it hurt me because it was like you doing so much for somebody that don't even respect you and they have no regard for the other team that you're playing with because they felt like this is our moment forget them well we trying to get to the playoffs too and i have a whole group of teammates over there that love me just as much as you love me and i got love for them so just not being there for them while i'm sitting on the bench for nine endings how explain that in that was the dilemma and it was tough he got two point where after i played in miami i really wanted to just take the playback atlanta's they forget you but kids adults whatever you start you finish whatever you start you finish and i had to finish plus your teammates are there to a made it's not like your teammates were the ones who are right and i loved them right multi and teepee terry pendleton and all glavin navy all those guys man was my guys dave justice gant limp dog limpkey i love those guys tonight it's what you never heard nothing on that transparent out of any my teammates it was just management and it bothered me it's the same thing by the way for t._v. i just wanna say that as well i'm serious i'll never forget when you first arrived at the n._f._l. network and i'd never really met you okay i covered you and i had watched you one of the first things you did and i'll say this mariucci's coming up in our number three it was me you and mooch for all those years okay doing the highlights and you just come off the field is a coach okay you had many years now of working at c._b._s. as well and obviously many decades of being prime and so we got on the set and mooch was on the end you were in the middle and i was on the left and you after we did one show where mooch was trying to figure out how to get in on our conversations or the highlights you came off the set and you're like why am i in the middle like if i'm on the mobile blood gut well i didn't know you were in the middle you wanted to be put me on the end through because mariuchi could just if he's out there on the end of the said he's gonna get lost nobody's going to hear from him maybe he's not gonna be in the mix and i'm like that is one of the most you know sharing giving a self-aware comments i've ever seen from any analyst and that is that's typical of you and i want that send typical thing that always emphasizes team team i mean i wouldn't be where i am today without a teen in that's on the field off the field with family with the kids i mean you gotta have a team in a truly believe in that in all aspects dion sanders here on the rich eisen show i guess let's get into this a little bit here superbowl fifty three working out great that's it right next question i love jerry gulf man can you imagine what this kid is dealing with all week he down it heating in the middle of the season he kinda sled even had a rough time edited the last game early on in now you gotta deal with brady man you gotta look over across the feeling noted this guy ain't no joke so they don't rush for two hundred yards in he doesn't throw at least two hundred yards which they never done abundant mcveigh two hundred two hundred is going to be a problem it's going to be a problem in throwing for two hundred yards is really simplistic but they have to rush to keep tom of field because tom is going to work they go score against that defense you don't think suing donald could provide the pressure for donal distract right hey ain't a man built in america to get a handle on right and sue decide that he wants to play in the playoffs god he wanted to play and he's bowling right but brady hadn't been sacked in turn feels maze getting rid of the bowl i mean this dude is unbelievable he's unbelievable it's going to be tough it's going to be tougher rams so you think the patriots when it's all said done no thank you okay can you pick against brady in one game test in bill china but he's he an he has lost is he's lost three times having one five thank you okay i just want to do it all right before i let you go you're speaking of column later today yes okay it's just to bring this gonna search his heart okay come into search everybody's talking about what the kids to do what he shouldn't do i've been in this situation is a little different because boeing i when it a little different because we could do both sports because of the position boca just show whenever you wanted to give him the ball he's still boat i fall out of bed and cover to this day i got at least a quarter a quarterback e can't do that the game does not allow him to miss half a season still be a quarterback how you gonna lead you can eat nobody nobody wants to see you have to season you're not there in the summer and the spring and fall you gotta be there so it's going to be tough he really has to make a decision but the decision really is not for us it's his heart i think the kid heart says football what advice would you give if it's football no what it vice would you give him as he's making this decision in his mind see his heart i don't tell them nothing until i know where he wants he tells me the course he wants to take in could beat the navigational system but i can't navigate him unless he possessed dressing that was good wasn't it yeah that that's a walk off mitt mobile what are you doing what are you doing but i have kids and he's crazy i had to partner with somebody that can consolidate dismiss and challenging status quo man take it on the big boys and say you know for twenty dollars we can handle this not try to get them to do it for twenty one and just give me the dollar over here branding branding yes let but they're doing a fantastic job i'm happy to be partnered with them because they're going to help a lot of you i know you run it up a phone i could tell right now the way you look in moment you you so she media guy right yeah you got all of the apps and all this stuff like what i'm celica met you need meant yeah you need people what i do he's got a thirty for thirty i don't sell i believe in it i believe in he get to phone i definitely need you two phones mint mobile with prime thirty for thirty dion so good one more thing i'm sorry no i just did this and i never done this before because you know i like really transparent but the little letter to myself right you gotta read that you gotta read that i'm i'm him in wish i am like like i'm really i mean i killed it thing i dug eat nate nate i won't got a real thing you got to read the letter to a seven year old friend is good at the player's tribune yes it is good and then you're on the air after the game right yes which means you're not on pre-game been that'd be on em do game as you stay in do polls game then i know you instead yeah that's not no on t._v. what are you talking about i'm every day but i'm talking about i miss being with while yell we're not i don't we don't get together seven or eight evident avary man we seven eight years just gone you just dipped on me you left i did not get on in the morning you also abandoned the brotherhood yeah the hair again i'm not looking good up on a need right now so that's all we got before ernie joints one last thing you know who i'm running against on saturday right you sane bolt stop rich rich why are you doing this to yourself emotional for run rich runs training though now i told you at blazers jim j. glazes not one training i he's not training you a felony zach gates who has done a great were originally just put his was waiting early it was wrapped were it's please played the footage while own here i post post you can't do it in there it is right there i'm boxing what is that gonna do they got nothing to do with ain't nothing never seen you sane box do none of that stuff i'm getting in shape finnigan i wanna see you starts and all they need to see that that's what i was getting involved in that which getting started you're going to be proud of me this year i'm proud probably every i know that but then i'm not i just you know it's going to be great then i wanna hug you this year really mean it it's going to have dion sanders everybody the honda green room the honda alleged from one atlanta alleging to another ernie johnson of turner sports us joining shots coming on later can't wait to chat with ernie johnson that you coming on dion sanders right here on the rich eisen show every car comes with its share stories that ding in your bumper when you nervously picked up your first date the luxury package you got after a big promotion or the mileage you save by riding your bike all summer while you can't put a price tag on your stories now with truecar you can at least find out what your car's worth when it's time to sell or trade it in just go to truecar simply enter your license plate number and watch how your car's details pop up then answer a few questions navigation and moon roof watches they bump up your value high mileage you already knew it was gonna cost you but now 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pretty n._b._a. on t._n._t. good workout that's a box it looks like there's this bobble head of it is the bobble set and i don't know here handed to me styrofoam this is the set of the four of us oh my gosh this is going to go on the rich eisen show studio for sure oh my gosh go sniffly heads off oh my word yes look at this folks this the one second from the right now second from the left by the way the the the hairline on this is particularly impressive yeah that's a little kind i know that's trust me i understand with that at go there you go so i hope you enjoy them can't wait to take this home thank you for that thank you for bringing gifts certainly it's been great here i mean yeah i mean you're here at our place and we it was only that we that we give you what a spot i mean when did you first walk into this campus here ernie it'll be thirty years ago in july nineteen eighty-nine and we had like one main building where you could still find ted turner in those days i right yeah the main building out there that has the fountain in front and has the columns and then it just it grew it's out of control but we have i think we have the greatest studio setup anywhere and and just happy to have you happy to have you here to check it out we love it we've been we've made been made to feel right at home and you know hopefully with whatever's going on synergy is between turner and the parent company of this show hopefully this is just the beginning of very long beauty let's be for sure and so having a super bowl in this town is well it's the second one that has been here visit transform the town you see it you feel it or what here's the thing about anytime there's a super bowl in atlanta the first thing you worry about is the weather right and wouldn't you know this week we had these dire predictions of omo it's going to snow it's going to ice mike kids didn't go to school on tuesday and you know woke up it was forty five degrees and then what and then when it was all supposed to hit it was about thirty eight degrees but the kids were happy it was beautiful though nothing happened no i know but things have happened here in the past i know the latte superbowl bowl much weather yes almost guaranteed an ice storm this week with the super bowl here but it didn't have it was going to be great it didn't happen all and i've not been in the new building it's gorgeous told oh it is it's it's outstanding i was in there for the very first game that was played alabama against f. issue was there for the national championship game i know you're georgia gal out hurt that hurt and then i was there for the s._e._c. championship this year i kind of tired of watching that movie yeah this georgia beats the dog out alabama for almost the entire time and then and then it doesn't happen but now he got sony michelle for the patriots in this game and you got tired todd gurley in it's just it's just the georgia bloodline of world class athletes i know ernie johnson sony michelle no terrell davis award received on all honesty in all honesty i had one one year of playing at the university of georgia so played baseball there my freshman year i walked on as a freshman and was told to walk off as a sophomore but but i had that one glorious year of wearing the red and black and i'll never forget what you hit hit that i was too for eighteen i was too for eighteen at the dish with one career r._b._i. one career and it happened at the university of tennessee second game of a doubleheader four twenty eight in the afternoon partly cloudy skies temperature about sixty three but aside from that i don't really remember did you lace one in the gap was left handed hitter and i took one the other way over the shortstop said knocked in the go ahead run which would would was going to give us the s._e._c. division title and then somebody for tennessee hit a grand slam in the bottom of the last inning we lost see were also almost got in the red and black student newspapers the guy with the with the game winning almost a frankie cabrera mo- yeah very very very close very close did you ever were you here when when turner had the n._f._l. i worked i worked sunday nitro night show right yeah i had various roles i was in the studio i was in the studio when it started with ken stabler oh which was it was it was the greatest it was the greatest and and snake was just the greatest guy in the world we'd all show up to watch all the games you know at we'd probably gather about ten thirty or eleven watching pre-game watch the games snake would come in you know about three afternoon they shouldn't is i don't know what time i got in last night e._j. but the newspaper hit me in the head so it was he was he was the greatest and so i went from that to being like on the at the site of the game kind of did a little bit of sideline did a pre and post game show from the field yeah but yeah we had we had the n._f._l. is the best game that you recall that who we had the jeff george game member jeff george game in atlanta he june jones got into all we had we had that so you're the sideline reporter for that one but but yeah i was it was like one of those things where you woke up monday morning that i missed that that's probably why n._f._l. career ended now what we had a game for thursday night year was saturday night game over so we as we call it the the saturday night edition of thursday night football which you know people kind of have mixed t._v. guys exactly right but everyone else they're like what are you talking about that was the game turned out to be bill parcells last win a head coach beat the falcons where i'm on the sideline of that game was doing this island but getting set to do the halftime and a member of jim morris staff comes running up to me say do you have video of t. o. spitting at the angelo hall where like in the same way that you might have been like what what was going on with jeff george in june jones like what are you talking about they were hopping mad the angela hall was hopping mad and sure enough terro owens came by our set post game as the guest and as if that wasn't awkward steve mariucci we we all know benched him for going to the dallas star had not spoken to te'o in years he was who the guest he was analyst nice and everyone was volunteering to give up there seat for that post game interview and she t flat out admitted yeah i spit at them okay one of those and we'll be right back we'll be right exactly that's always good fallback always be ready to say that well we're right back i've always told my aunt i always told analysts that i'm doing if you ever have any trouble the safe words are back to you rich those are the safe i'll take him they're getting trouble on there for you know you're exactly do you have any of those moments of your career and we had we had one with with chuck amazingly but he had he had said something i don't i don't want to start big thing because i i remember it but i know he had he had had a couple of things to say about pita one point because the league was thinking about going to all leather going away from a leather basketball and charles came out at halftime and just and we're live slowly unwraps hamburger and i'm like chuck i can't help it see says i just want those people peter to know that animals are good for two things eaten intestine back to you when i was like kenny to help you know that was like that was the man that was like charles first or second year with us but yeah it happens every now and then and there you just hope that you just hope that sometimes it's not going to be guilt by association i know he said it but you're all gone but you're so great at this too i mean and and and ernie johnson here on the rich eisen show and a honda insider report we'll talk some n._b._a. and it quick second but this is what you're great at and that's what's so great about the show that you do up the hall from here is that it's natural it's looks like your show meetings on television that what you're doing shorts produced but you are just being yourselves and you allow these guys to be themselves and when it does need some sort of corralling you corral it and at times you know when a let everybody go to let them be themselves and that that is an art sir and i wanna point that out all these people well you you do the same thing with with your show and when you're dealing with the guys that we deal with look look charles charles change the landscape of sports t._v. for for all these studio shows i mean it was it was never like this until charles scott here and so where we didn't have to necessarily talk about the game if the game wasn't any good you know we were just we would just go ahead and and and it's like four guys sitting in a living room we're watching the game nobody's asking for permission to talk and the thing that sticks out his we do not rehearse it i mean these guys don't go to the production meeting we don't want them there you know i have to be there so the producer in ira on the same page but if we want to throw something at kenny sometime during the night we don't want him to have been in the meeting so okay yeah that'll be funny and then you say this and i'll laugh and then you say this hill laugh in them we'll go to break we don't want that to happen a lot of times it's whoever's talking the loudest gets heard in on its people interrupting each other and their time so i got guys please i need we need to get to this and but we all love each other i mean we just we genuinely do and we know that we're blessed to do what we're doing i mean we've had this same group together the three of us for twenty years and then shack for the last seven and that doesn't happen tv because because executives are always trying to tinker with the chemistry all i know who will work this guy with this guy and there's no predicting it and so i think when everybody knows their role and everybody satisfied with their role and nobody's trying to make the show about them organically things just happened that the next day people are at work talking about and did you see when shack said he didn't know where the golden state warriors plate what's actually happened on our i mean we're doing highlights of the warriors game and i said we go to oakland for the highlights and this is all live and in shock just like ernie hook him you keep saying oakland where where the playing a game i know but wine oakland because that's where the warriors play i didn't know that this is while the highlights are going on i just know we stayed in san francisco i got on a bus and you see there's no production meeting in the world that could come up with let's do this you know that's just that shack shack and so that just it's just part of what makes the show so much fun because if you don't know what's going to happen join the club neither do i got no clue what's going to happen from one moment to the next and because it's not rehearsed you know we'll sit there and start the show and charles i to say something and he'll unload and then suddenly we're talking for three minutes about that which nobody in the production meeting every talked about but it's just the way the show goes and i think that's why it's kind of it's kind of resonated with people it's just like mitts unpredictable the guys are funny and you never know what they're going to say and and if there's going to be an international incident that happens and and sometimes you know we've come maybe that close up to that before i let you go sir tell me why the warriors aren't just going to hoist the trophy right now no they are i think we know that but i think the thing that always the injury thing is would always throws a wrench into things i mean you know we did the western conference finals last year the houston rockets cut one that they have beaten the golden state warriors the chris paul injury was huge and so i mean all i can say if golden state's going to trot out that same bunch every night from here until until the finals you can't beat them for times you know you can try to make you can try to make it close you can play them your best but that's a special group i mean and now that they've added demarcus cousins to that mix i mean it's almost unfair almost unfair you know look okay you guys have all these you can only play two of them in this game which to you're gonna play that's it's almost gotten to that point because as you see right now they've won eleven in a row they're just they're just on a roll steph curry's having a tremendous year and and that's the thing when you look at this team maybe durant will have an often maybe steph will have often maybe they'll have an off night together and then use worry about klay thompson and demarcus cousins going off so it's it's it's a that's the championship team right if they're healthy if they are healthy for short boring answer to give sorry still watch there's still drama date is the n._b._a. anthony davis coming out and creating something that looks like it looks like we we may have the first instance of a player accused of tampering the n._b._a. i mean do you think we might get to that point we're adam silver steps in and there's a player who owns an agency with an agent that shared with the best player that's come out to say that i want to get traded and i certainly think it puts everybody's in ten up in the league office and you can't let it run rampant it's going to be interesting to see how new orleans handles this because you you can't wait too long but you don't want to pull the trigger before you get what you're what you think he's worth and you don't want to be stuck with them next year so if you don't make a deal by the all star break in a machine you have to do it by the trade deadline this year but if the time goes on and then suddenly other teams feel like well well maybe we're right in the rules now because you don't want to be stuck with him so we're only gonna give you this it'll be interesting to see how quickly this this does move on and if the new orleans tries to you know get it done and get top value for anthony davis it's gonna be interesting interesting situation feeling out works out how oh man well from what i'm hearing about you know not returning calls from the lakers right you know where is a good place i mean is boston a place i'd place that can provide the parts at the places yeah but no i don't know i'm given up trying to predict where guys are in a land or is this guy going to going to sign here that kind of thing i don't know but it's you know the lakers thing would have been intriguing but it certainly looks like the lines of communication or not exactly open right now outside of your so-called lane you have a fifty fifty three prediction of are the patriots in it they are indeed sir that would be my pick watered watching the other no watching him the other day was just you know it's like just when you and we witnessed it when they played the falcons in the super bowl you you you get them down and you know i had actually stopped watching the game for a little while with the falcons a big and i started cleaning up we're having a super bowl party and i'll clean some of this stuff up what's going on okay well coming to sit in to watch a little bit more you just can't ever contemplate and as much as i'd like to see sean mcveigh have a great night he he's he's got matters right nearest high school here in atlanta that's right yeah i went there a long time before he did but but i think it'll be it'll be fun to watch but man that patriots have that that it factor men they do and ernie johnson here in the honda insider report which is brought to you by the all new honda passport the ruggedly styled s._u._v. that's capable as it is stunning head to your honda dealer today and see why it's the perfect vehicle for your adventures love watching your ernie and i'm i'm just 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take it take it out are you doing anything this week has been called in from the control room right there i like it it's a good question i just don't think that malcolm butler being benched is up those three now now we're talking about they want it would have been gutsy i guess we will never know what happened right now no even when somebody's written book i mean butler you'd think if he if he was done dirty a wrong in his mind he would've said something going down to tennessee but then didn't i've no idea i have no idea what happens the perfect it's a perfect situation again with with bella check where nobody second guesses him anymore i mean the bill we trust stuff is that shook but now now you're later it's not even not even a question juju smith schuster in christian mccaffrey making their way to the set just to bring the sort of full circle with dion as our first guest in johnson what great stories he was telling about what he's what he what he goes through the host on on the set 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Prototype Series - Quarterbacks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

1:23:13 hr | 1 year ago

Prototype Series - Quarterbacks

"Now move the sticks with daniel jeremiah and bucky brooks all right block i'm fired up for this episode today focusing on the most important position forget football in all of sports the quarterback position and we have got some phenomenal guest lined up today we have outstanding gas we have hall of famer kurt warner joining us david car the former number one overall pick in my coach coach mike holmgren the super bowl winner who is also meant to what eight a lot of top level quarterback we have really a bonanza when it comes to quarterback knowledge i can't wait to share some insight did they shared with us on this podcast and if you're just checking out the prototype sears we already have one episode this up a that is the running back position you could find that nfl dot com slash podcast to your favorite podcast app and you can check us out there on twitter find us on twitter a move the sticks bookie at bucky brooks will be constantly feeding information where you could find the next episodes of this series in the prototype serious were taking one position per episode were talking to great gas a bucket myself also going through telling you what we look at when we evaluate the position in the book we wrap up after initial discussion talking to all these guests we try and come up with who we believe is the prototype at the position in today's nfl so a lot of ground to cover these episodes lot of ground to cover and i'm excited man let's just get right to it brady takes the shotgun snap the jets with the ball that like brady pressured rolls to his right john dorsey three drops back throws sector first you're lucky if he set out of the gun drop this simon the market's gonna baseball attorneys way out of trouble the left side looking looking in the end zone buyers touchdown toss the homes clean pocket throwing lawyer wants to touch the so let's jump in here looking at the quarterback position i say we start off at the top a we were looking for in a the most important attribute we could go through a list of things were looking for kind of are many checklist but if we're gonna start just one buck where do you start first thing for me is football intelligence a we talk about the quarterback position being the most important in all of sports what is allowed the process when you're the quarterback you having to deal with so much information that is that you're dispose you gotta take in the play call you gotta said the protection you gotta know what the play is you have to know who is moving if there's any emotion involved you have to know the concepts you have to be adjustments based on the defensive front end the coverage and you have to do all of that while game is moving at a million miles an hour i just believe that you have to have a special kind of intelligence to be able to play the position in no matter how talented you are if you're not right from the neck up it is hard to play well in the national football league at that position without a level of football intelligence nuts a good way to look at it i i did a study and i've referenced it previously but i did a study when i was with the baltimore ravens went back and looked at all the hall of fame quarterback now obviously this is different areas the game has morphed and changed and involved but i tried to find you know what they all had in common in what i noticed in discovered was all different sizes some guys with huge arm some guys didn't have big arm strength some guys were i mean even some guys were extremely accurate some guys at work as accurate 'em but one thing that they all had in common book which poise a that was the defining trait that i had in each and every one of them and how china defined poise give me a little bit difficult in the scouting process but the way i describe it i showed a clip of tom brady playing in the snow and there was a rush coming around him there's no all over the ground his head was always up eyes were always up calmly sliding shuffling in moving within the pocket get an delivering the ball where it needed to go on time in the perfect spot in amidst all the chaos because the game is a cluttered game it's a cluttered pocket you have to be able to function what in all that craziness and not just with the people around you but also you're in opposing stadiums you've got whether you've got all different scenarios guys hey guy runs the wrong rout what kind of poise you have a third and seven do you have the poison the communist to be able to be able to reach the defense and make the correct decision that's how i define the word poison and it's kind of one of those things you know when you see it fucking every great quarterback has every quarterback does have the boys i i kinda equated to being able to play in it with a quiet mine in the mist of chaos so everything around the may be going a hundred miles an hour but they're able to kind of play on their own speed and they're not rattled by what is going on situation and circumstance doesn't change the way they play i think the final trade for me when i'm looking at quarterback we talked about football intelligence you talked about poise but then i believe it comes down to accuracy in decision making can you put the ball in the right spot when it needs to be there and can you make good decisions you have a where we talked about you have the teams fate in your hand when you're the quarterback because you're the guy the touch the ball on every down so what you do with it really really matter so you're judgment the decisions that you make with the ball really determines whether the team wins or loses that's a lot of responsibility so taking care of the ball being a great decision maker in being able to throw the ball exactly what you want it i believe the quarterbacks have to be able to do those couple of things to be successful in the league my big three i start with poise decision making accuracy will get a chance to discuss that a little bit later on with david carr also now you're gonna enjoy our conversation with mike holmgren coach mike gives you a affectionately call him a block nobody knows more about the quarterback position is had more success over the years then mike holmgren you're gonna enjoy that conversation but first up it's are conversation with the hall of famer kurt warner in a trust me buck the folks they're gonna enjoy this because kurt offers tremendous insight and what makes a great quarterback and how do identify the flight recorder warner factor throw rainbow the far sideline lebanese saint louis rams are champion of the world my first question for you a right out the shoot here is a you took their last nap in two thousand nine and where we are in two thousand eighteen a lot of things have changed at the quarterback position but i wanna start with what is the same what what what's the value then there continues to be extremely value today well i mean i think the game from the standpoint of what you're asking a quarterback to do an what's most important how do you play in the big moment how do you play third down situations in the red zone when the game is on the line all those things will never change it's the most important position in sports the most important position in are games at those things will never change i think how you get to those points a has changed quite a bit you know so much more throwing at the line of scrimmage so much more run pass option so much more wide receiver screen i mean you've got receivers sievers a you know back when i played that if they got six or seven targets the game that was a great game i mean now if you do get anything short of twelve or thirteen targets because half of the line of scrimmage and i think that's where the game is change there's so many more balls being thrown within five yards of the line of scrimmage but i still think what makes a great quarterback what makes a difference maker what what makes a franchise guy stays the same and that's how you play in critical moments throughout the course of a game you know you're talking about critical moments in how you perform in big moments i think that speaks to a player's a mental toughness when you're looking at quarterback how are you able to judge or evaluate quarterbacks mental toughness 'em well i mean i think there's there's numerous different things you know we just kind of mentioned it there you're right thi ability win the game is on the line ability when you're you're late in downs or you're late in the game and you find yourself down how do you play in those moments i think the other thing when you look at mental toughness is a v ability to bounce back from a mistake you know there's certain guys that make a mistake and then they play afraid of making another mistake there's other great quarterbacks and make a mistake and just say i'm not gonna make another one but i'm not gonna let it changed the way i play the game and i think a great example is a you look back to that monday night game between the rams and the chiefs 'em last year annual fifty whatever the fifty whatever a patrick mahomes throws numerous interceptions exceptions in a lot of times i think people watch that and go oh my gosh he is through another one it's like stop stop waiting and start throwing it around then i look at that and i go that's the kind of guy one you know they're gonna have games when they throw five and six interceptions but they're not afraid to throw five or six interceptions they're not gonna stop swinging just because they've minister because they're having an off game and i think that's a big part of the mental toughness that no matter what has gone wrong up to this point i could still make the next i will still find a way to get the job done and get are team in position to win i think that's a big factor when you're talking about mental toughness and i love that i love that whole answer there i wanna go in the scouting process we after not only you're you're what you see on the field is trying to talk to you sources when you go in school and you're trying to learn about these players and one of the parts of the report you gotta put their athletic background and i know you loved hoop i know you're a great basketball player in just kind of looking at this thing and doing a little research matt ryan sam donald tony romo ben rothlisberger andrew luck these guys were all phenomenal basketball players so if you're trying to find a correlation and what carries over from the quarterback position now what did they take from the basketball court what is that connection well i mean i think so much of the position is understanding guys around you you understanding what you're seeing understanding movement 'em so that to me is part of why love playing basketball because it's not so much the physical side of it you know can i jump higher cannot shoot better than any other guy but can i save them you know when i watch a defender and how they're playing do i know how come off a screen or where i need the go to get the ball and so i think there's that spatial awareness that is so important for quarterback is trying to see as many people owned the playing field at one time understanding slight movement and understanding the kind of movement you know i talked to you i coach young quarterbacks coach in high school and i'm always talking to them about what it means to rita guy in what it means for hey guys it'd be opening oftentimes when you're talking high school guys they simply see the corner out there and they go well the corner was in position an i always try to take it to the next level okay where were the hips of the corner did this on the corner turn back to the line of scrimmage because if they did he's got no chance attorney get the throw behind him escapes rovan now you gotta take the throw underneath because he's in a position to fall back and so i think anything you could do athletically to learn about spatial awareness and we're guys are and how their position affects what they can and cannot do a can help any player at any position but specifically a quarterback an you know that was one of the things that that i always loved about basketball is figuring out where everybody was and how they were moving i think the other thing is you know a lot of people look at me in and they'll look and say that guy say non athlete you know the he has no athletic ability can i look at athletic ability a lot different than a lot of people maybe that's because i'm slow and i can't job but i look at it from the standpoint that it's their ability to control your body in certain spaces to do what do you wanna do in you you mentioned some guys like tony romo 'em tony romo was a great athlete for quarterback he had the ability to to move and manipulate the pocket in by time you know and understand how to move a to create a little bit of separation and then they ability to make throws in different positions and you know when you play basketball it's not always you know like in even if you don't get the always dropback five steps and have a perfect pocket step into you're throwing make it you know when you're playing basketball it's not always oh wide open up standing outside the three point line and i could just shoot a three after have the ability to maneuver your body and make throws from different positions and i think any other sport where you have to do that i think it's why you know cuyler murray in a patrick mahomes things are so good at making those off schedule off balance those 'cause they play baseball you play baseball how often do you catch the ball and be able to take you're crow hopping throw it most times you run into you're laughing at the back in you bodies out of position and so they ability to learn how to control your body and make throws in different positions or do anything athletic in different positions i think it's very key and it's something that that you learn a lot when you're playing basketball you know you speak to the importance of having f lettuces them at the position and they were talking about movement skills and the like but we've seen an influx of these super athletes that are kind of kind of coming into the league playing the quarterback position is different in a quarterback that we've traditionally sane when you look at do a threat throwers or playmakers like lamar jackson electric collar murray was the biggest adjustment that those guys have to make to being able to play the game successfully in the nfl i think the biggest justin i see with a lot of these athletic quarterback says they've gotten so far you know when i was playing you know you're athleticism would take you to you know maybe junior senior in high school maybe freshmen in college and then at some point it was like okay that's gone now you gotta play quarterback these guys are such great athletes they get farther and farther and farther sometimes all the way to the nfl simply based on athletic ability in they don't learn how to play the quarterback position the nuances of the quarterback position until much later and sometimes once they get into the nfl so i believe the biggest transition as i watch a lot of these great athletes in playmakers play the position its ability to understand what they're seeing in getting the ball out on time time consistently you know it's the things that are we say and he gets any nfl level you have to be able to and you mentioned it earlier book you gotta be able to make the playoffs you know you gotta be able to see in make the throws that you're supposed to make nearly every single time in that could be a simple slant ralph but it's about throwing it on time it's about thrown against the right coverage and what i often see with a lot of these athletes is there a little bit behind in seeing anticipating and making those quick decisions because i think they've always relied on i could take a little bit longer make sure i see it if it doesn't happen then i could just create but they miss a lot of easy things and things that can make the game or the situation easier for them because they're a little bit behind timing wise is probably the biggest thing i see from just playing the quarterback position for a lot of these young athletes that leads me perfectly to the next the next question here kurt first of all and just throw out some numbers here and how the game's changed i'm gonna let you listen to a little clip from a former teammate coach of yours and i wanna get you're a reaction to it but we always talk about on the podcast the difference between a ball placement completion percentage can be two totally different things and i give me an example you're last year in two thousand nine you completed sixty six point one percent of their passes is eight quarterbacks in the nfl completed sixty five percent or greater this last year in two thousand eighteen nineteen quarterbacks completed sixty five percent or greater if we go to the college game in two thousand nine fourteen quarterbacks over sixty five percent in two thousand eighteen twenty four quarterbacks over sixty five percent so i don't know the people are getting a more accurate i think the throws you're getting a little easier but you touched on anticipation and importance of it and i want you to listen to a former teammate here as well is he former coaches torry hold it mike martz talking about kurt warner when it comes to anticipation timing inaccuracy around with that twenty two yards in the balls to be thrown two yard inside the numbers dropped back encloses a in a ball thrown two yards inside the numbers just guy why you don't see guys he's five yards from his breaking point shows you turn the ball hit him right in the chest it's a mess through i've ever seen in football the best i've ever seen by anybody i know the exact throw the mike martz is talking about their a there was a blitz buddy other team the guy was coming scott free 'em and it was the beginning around you know people say the began the twenty two yard in twenty twenty two yard in the tory was talking about with the house built my house a weed through that from every direction to everybody on the football field 'em but you talk about that timing is mike martz with a stickler of here's you're drop it's a quick hitch let the ball go i was fortunate to have guys like guys ican tori that were so good at being exactly where they were supposed to be when they were supposed to be there that we developed crazy sense of timing so that play mike was talking about linebacker coming free i knew he was coming free in a lot of signs in those situations you kinda gotta dump it off to the flat or the quick hot not a twenty two yard in rout a but i just knew that i know i think's it's gonna be there on hold until the last second i put a little more lost on it then then i normally did so they hit and all i did was way the here 'cause i knew it was either gonna be a big blue or a screen because the ball was going right at the safe and sure enough i think does what he always does any hits his mark and he comes breaking in in a and makes the catch and gives us a big play in the crowd goes nuts but you know is what we were built on it was what we were all about and i was so fortunate that i got myself into that dolphins you know a lot of people ask how did you have so much success early will be all fence and what mike martz did any idea but timing in anticipation it just fit my skill set you know i could have been in a lot of different offices that didn't fit me quite as well but what we did and what mike harped on what the guys we had around us 'em it just fits my skill set it and you know he's prided myself on being able to anticipate and you're talking about that spatial awareness knowing where guys can get to end where they can't get to where the whole in the defense is so why could let the ball go as early as i needed to knowing that there was no defender able to get to that point you know church in sticking with the theme in talking about anticipation a if you could pick a trait for quarterback quarterback would you rather have a guy with a strong arm or guy who is able to throw within just a patient oh yeah it's not even a question i i don't even consider arm strength in really anything you know there there's one factor when arm strength and i believe you have to be able to make certain throws off schedule with their feet not in place to become great at the nfl level so you have to have a certain level of arm strength but without question bucky it's anticipation inaccuracy because it doesn't matter how strong arm is if you know windows throw it in where the throw it in more importantly where the defense can't get to a you're always going to be more successful than if you have to wait another second see come open and and then try to rip it you're gonna have more problems that way no matter how strange stronger arm is a then if you have the ability to see things ahead of time anticipate a throw so in thinking about that when we look at these quarterbacks that are coming out of college and we're breaking them down and we're talking about guys up certain things they can improve on when they get to the pros can you improve you insist the patient in time it or is that something that you just either you have it or you don't have it i yeah that's always a hard one when you're a guy that has it's a it's hard to say i did i learn it did i always have a sense of that again i think a lot of times it has to do with playing a lot of sports and being in a lot of different situation being able to anticipate a lot of different things but i do believe there's ways to work on it but a lot of it comes down to trust as much as anything trusting what you see you know trusting what you know in terms of the movement of a defense trusting the guys that you were throwing too i think a a lot of situations you don't get the throw the bang eight a hundred times and so you gotta know when that guy hits his fourth outside foot he is gonna stick it and he is gonna go to a certain point so i could hit my staff and i could let the ball go and and so a lot of that anticipation comes down to can you be with the same guys run the same plays against the same looks enough that you could build from where you're at right now some guys i believe just have an extra sense of anticipation but i do believe there's ways to do it but it takes a whole bunch of trust and i think the more chance you get the b with guys for a longer period of time the better chance you have of developing a little more anticipation with those types of players i wanna stay on this subject i know were were going long on this aspect of the position but there's nothing more important when you're talking about anticipation timing and accuracy in kurt you know now that you you go on the recor talking about these college quarterbacks as we do and i'm sure you hear from a lot of same folks on social media that we hear about but but look at his stats look at his completion percentage we talk about not scouting the box score but can you explain the folks that could hear from hall of famer the difference between completions in ball placement yeah no question i mean to me you could talk about completions where you talk about accuracy in timmy accuracy was always be ability the put the ball exactly where it needed to be free rizzi receiver to make the catch it and sometimes that was you got tight coverage on the inside shoulder can i put it on the outside shoulder so we get a four yard completion instead of that guy knocking down or if you know a guy running a shallow rather that's a four yard rout do i put it one step in front of him so we can make the catch an attorney continue to go somewhere with it some time it's there's a fender running out in front of him so i gotta put it on their back shoulder a you know it's those kinds of things when i think about accuracy and you're right a lot of people will look at numbers and say well he completed this percentage of his passes and i'm always watching games going man because that guy i've got an extra three yards four yards five yards if that ball was in better position i don't think there's anybody better in the league and obviously the stats speak to that too is drew brees when you watch him play his ability to control the football even on deeper throws in that really becomes timmy the the biggest thing is that far they get down the field the tougher it is to be accurate as we talk about the put it on a bad shoulder they keep one foot in front of you know we used to talk about you know twentythree yard in throws you wanna put it right on their face mask so they didn't have to extend they didn't have to go low it was right on their face mask so we could protect them if a safety was hitting them or linebacker was falling back 'em but yeah that that to me is the differences you could talk all you want about completion percentage timmy it's about are you putting your receiver in a position to protect himself to make sure she could make the catch the keep but away from the vendor or maybe more importantly v ability to run after catch we talk about receivers all the time and their ability to run after catch a big part of that in my opinion is the quarterback but they have playing with them that puts them in position tonight after losing step and not have to slow down to be able to catch things in stride and make guys miss and make plays after the catch you know you have the opportunity to play a lot of football before you get to the national football league and had a chance to really make it a plan any arena throwing the ball around the yard when you were collegian when you look at these quarterbacks that are coming into the league how important is it to have a reza made it does have a number of throws that allows you to really evaluate what they are as passers so you could reject what they will be at the next level i don't think there's any question that the more throws the more you have to evaluate the more situations a quarterback has been in a the better chance you have to evaluate them yes but but i think the better better handle you have on what kind of quarterback you're gonna get an a you know it's one of the hard things about evaluating these college guys you know very well i mean i want some of these college quarterbacks and i don't watch much of their tape as you guys do but i go through three or four games games where i'll see him throw bubble screens and go round and i'm thinking to myself and i don't know how to tell you how this is gonna project to the next level i mean it's person could be great anthony scrambled arable don't forget those ceram yeah right exactly so it's it's so hard because so much is predicated before the ball is even snapped in yeah of course at every level you know there's a level of pre snap reads and understanding where you're gonna go and where you're matchups are but it's at such a high level in college so much is determined beforehand that it really is hard for me to really kinda see forwarding okay when we put him into the nfl offense an you know you can't just base it off of my guys better than your guy or you know i got two guys out there will make that work and you actually after reads stuff a it is very difficult i give an example baker mayfield fermi was very difficult to scout two years ago 'em and you saw a lot more kinds of throws from baker so you knew he could throw the football a a lot of different ways but they had such a gadget all fence where you know lots of fakes over here and then a guy who's running wide open down the other side line and he throws then he gets a big touchdown and you're like well that's great but i don't know what that means i think everybody in the nfl could make that throw for touchdown what's it gonna be like when there's a guy on his back shoulder and you gotta make that throw you know or is getting pressure 'cause they can't stand in a huge pocket like a keiler murray did this year and he's got a standing there and deliver throwing so those things are hard to calculate when you have teams better better than most of the teams if they play their schemes better than most of the teams if they play and how is that gonna project when everything gets a little bit tighter in now you've got to just be a better football player in those you know little nuances over those small windows and you can't always project that it takes a little bit of time to see what they're gonna be at the nfl level no doubt kurt we've talked about we were looking for on the field now obviously a huge component is is what the makeup is like four players and leadership is a is a huge aspect of that in on the scouting side you're constantly trying to dig and talk to coaches and teammates to learn about them as leaders which kind of leads me into a little another sound bite here from one of your former teammates larry fitzgerald talking about situation he had which you and i want you to pick it up out of despite an end just kinda riff on the importance of leadership at the position depending on your personality he knows how to cute so if you're a guy they can't deal with being criticized and he's not gonna do what he's gonna parents you wanna but if you're a guy that needs to be jumped on they'll do that even though we jump on me so matter what the plan against seattle seahawks coastal one of yours i warned you get two hundred yards like her immediate about six more your caesars windsor it looked at me said in china will lose games or there's only one shoe a out i'll i'll never forget a that moment it's a veto 'cause you know i come here that arizona in you know it was about changing the culture about changing what we believe in what we were trying to accomplish and what was most important 'em an you know is a time period win seattle was pretty good with matt hasselbeck in kind of owned or division and we were trying to to take that next step in become that team a you know that would you know kind of own the division for awhile and so we're up in seattle a we're beat him late in the game in a yeah i remember you know one of the coaches came over to me first and said hey you know larry's he's close to a hundred yards in you know once again another ball over a hundred in i couldn't believe it i'm like here we are trying to just change this thing and get a win in in larry once they get two hundred yards so i became a little piece of my mind a whip and as i said it wasn't so much the point of yeah i didn't care if we got a hundred yards that in carefully through its delivery one more time it was simply just the mindset at that point in the game is that i want guys to forget about v individual at that point and you wanna think about what do we need to do to finish this game in get where were trying to go in and you know there's no better opportunities as a leader and then when one of your other leaders like larry i mean everybody looked up to larry and rightfully so the he plays the game the way he carries himself the face of the franchise in arizona but that was one of those opportunities that i saw when i was there and it's like oh this is perfect you know no vents the larry 'cause i know where it's gonna go out and do his job and is not necessarily a selfish office player but with a great opportunity to go okay let's use larry as an example so every young guy standing on the bench you know everybody that here's this story knows okay this is more about it doesn't matter if you're larry fitzgerald or fourth guy on the depth chart as a wide receiver it's not about the individual ever it's about what we're trying to accomplish is a team and i thought lyria mentioned something else early in that that soundbite when he said it's understanding how to talk to different people timmy leadership is not okay it's it's cookie cutter well this is how i leave this is what i'm going to do in each and every situation i don't think that's the case when you've got fifty two other guys in the locker room and everybody comes from a different place and everybody is motivated a different way leadership becomes about getting to know all of those individuals and what makes them tick how you're gonna get the best out of that individual and it might not be the same and you know what i realized about larry larry hated to be called out in front of his teammates yeah that was the one thing you know you wanna be that model guy always you know did the things the right way and so i always knew with larry that if i wanted him to change something that never do it again call amount of meeting column out in front of the young guys in and he hated it but what i knew he was gonna go fix it because he didn't wanna get a you know i kinda cold out that same way and then i had other receivers and other guys that i played with that you almost had the make every idea seemed like it was their idea you know go have a conversation where the put your arm around him and then eventually they would give you one of them they wanted them to get to and it was like oh man that is a great idea why don't you go do that from now on but they took ownership of it and when they took ownership of it you know they they were gonna go out and do that to the best of their ability in so that is a big part of leadership in my opinion especially in a locker room is figuring out what makes all these different guys pick and then pushing whatever that button is to make sure you get the best out of her final question for me i think you're the perfect person the answer this when you look at quarterback in the nfl landscape please explain to me what is the differences between a system quarterback in a franchise quarterback 'em well i mean first of all a i think all quarterbacks are system quarterback you know i mentioned it earlier that i got into the system with mike martz that just fit me to see you know i went to new york and you guys will know as well as anybody everybody thought it was awful lot like this guy can't play anymore but i found myself in a system that just didn't fit what i did now we found ways to win and make plays here and there but just didn't fit my skill set it in you know i often say this how many great quarterbacks do you know that if played and had great success in multiple systems i mean you could maybe count on one hand and a lot of a a lot of you would vary and go well maybe in a different place but they still ran the same type of system in that different place in it just doesn't happen because great quarterbacks are great because they find a system that place to their strengths and so that's why i believe all quarterbacks are a system quarterback is that you know you could give me a play in the west coast alvie could give three quarterbacks a place in the west coast offense in one quarterback would love it the next guy goes it's okay i could use it and then third guy go i hate that play i don't wanna run that play ever and it's a great way for the right guy but you have to find what fits you and so so i would start by saying i think all franchise quarterbacks are system quarterback back they they they play better with in a particular system and if they could find that system in stay in it you're going to see greatness you know drew brees tom brady i mean the list can go along with these guys stayed in one place for a long time they developed a system around themselves in that's why they were able to be great i mean i would never create a system or wanna stay in a system that didn't play to my strengths and you'd be swimming upstream all the time but then you know we all know there's also some quarterbacks that are franchise guys are guys that can carry the team with their right arm that could benefit from being in a great system being around great players having great coaches at put them in positions to succeed but never get to that point of being franchise type guy but i'm a firm believer that every quarterback is a system quarterback every great quarterback finds themselves great because they're surrounded by great players great coaches but they're in a system that fits what they do kurt last question for me we have we have a lot of decision makers around the nfl general managers a personnel director is a lot of scouts as well a lot of people that look to the shoulder aspiring scouts and wanna go in that field so if you're gonna give all these evaluators at the position you played at a hall of fame level if you could just giving one piece of advice when evaluating this position what would it be yeah i mean you guys know it's so hard to give one piece of advice for this position a but if i if i was giving them i mean one piece of i'm gonna give it to abide by the first one is always going to be how do they play in the moment how do they play in the biggest moment because to me of all the traits you want in a quarterback the biggest one is we need when we need him to make that throw for that play or that drive in that moment kenny do it in not everybody can do that so that's the first thing i would look at it look at those moments in games in their career and how did they play in the moment and then the second thing is i think it all comes down to decision making in decision making can be twofold for me it can be you know touchdowns interceptions as we see the the russell wilson aaron rodgers and how well they protect the football so they very seldom put their team in harm's way but i think this is you're making is also be ability to see and make the labs ability to make those throws they're supposed to make almost every time 'cause if you get a quarterback that can do that and could protect the football for you you're gonna be in a lot of games with opportunities to win you couple that with quarterbacks play well in the moment and then you're gonna have a chance me a championship team you're in you're out oh i have one question before you run one of the things i was thinking of were were were always just for my own personal sake but we're always trying to when you're talking to coaches and try and find out these you know as a kid loves you put in the time as he is he doing all these extra work 'em most guys you played was would you would you produce a notebook like when they're when you're watching tape throughout the week would you keep track of that particular no because one of the things i'm thinking of is a quarterback tells you hey i love the process and all that stuff okay well you're coming out here once you bring you know put you kept during the year i'd like to just look you know you kept yeah i i didn't necessarily have no books but like for me the way that i prepared every week was i mean we had or or game plan so i would have my doubts on my game plan but then i drew up every single play that was ever put in the game plan on my own you know someone they were the first and second down stuff i would draw up every play i mean sometimes be a hunter plays that withdrawal up you know i'd ride in my house i ride in my notes i'd ride in what i was doing on every covered so i always had notes 'em you know everything within are often say and that's what i i always find it fascinating when people say do you enjoy the process you because to me there's so many different things that go into that what does that mean like i didn't enjoy going out and dropping back a hundred times you know i i didn't enjoy that part of it you know and they all season of when i was a pro i very seldom picked up a football you know so i wasn't out there because the one thing i knew is i know how to throw a football i'm not gonna forget how to be accurate with the football so what i did is i went and played basketball or i went and worked my feet and i did the things that i wasn't necessarily good at in the off season so i think enjoying the process convene so many different things you know 'cause they all season to the process but i enjoyed once he gets his nose like give me in a room and let's talk about the wise and how you run stuff and who attacking and why were attacking that's what i love the hardest thing was how do you enjoy that process in the off season what do you do you know especially when you can't sit down with coaches in you can't go through stuff because so much of that process process has to be maybe on a board but on a field right with other guys i can't just simulator what i'm gonna see by foot and two receivers out there and calling out of her particular out in so that's the one thing i i think a good way to do that though the real quick what one thing is like if we're just trying to when you're talking to these kids right you're trying to learn about them i think what you're hitting on those a good point in terms of what is you're walk us through you're weekly process of of how you're getting ready fern opponent may mean you're not producer notes but just kind of tell me on one day i'm focused on this in and i'm gonna just in terms of how they prepare for the week because everybody's gonna say oh you know i i love it i'm passionate about it i take it seriously but there's there's gotta be a way we could try and find find out more get more information there yeah i'm but i think that's a great you know great way they go about it is what it is you're process because again you know you get guys that do it differently you know you'll ask people how much tape you watch and i always find that has a sticky subject because you know you hear all about peyton manning and how much tape he watches and how good he is before the snap then i remember early on in my career that i was watching you know table and the saints defense in i remember or you know watching a corner in you know team before me they threw a slant in the corner jumped the slant and picked it off you know and i remember that watching tape so i went in the game we call the slant and i drop back and throw this land and i get on my back foot and i hesitate and going okay so you're gonna jump this one and he didn't jump it i missed the slant because i was late because i watched the tape and i go well he did this last time i better be leery in so i became a guy that i watch tape i watched enough tape but i watch tape to get a sense of what the scheme was but i never want it to you based anything i will go you know one of the trust my eyes so everytime i got into a game it was never why some do this on tape or i expect them to do this i was the guy that wants to react and see and trust what i saw in and be able to anticipate off of that so i became a guy if you're talking about how much did you watch i would probably be a guy that said i didn't watch that much tape you know now again it's all relative i watched enough to get what i need like if you ask a guy that everybody's gonna say well i watch a lot of say well okay what exactly does that mean what do you watch for an you know another to go the next step is i i work with brock osweiler and we would come in and watch tape an we would watch tape in you know we talk about whatever and then all of a sudden bronx going up on the board and he goes well here i might do this and i might remaking it might change of protection and go over here and then i or i may go and i'm just like brock quit trying to be peyton manning you know he got so caught up in the process that he couldn't just go play because he was over thinking everything and it didn't play to a strange so he was watching too much tape for what he was as a player and handcuffed him out to be the player that he was and so again i i think it's fascinating because you have to figure out who the player is an as you said what strikes in those strange what do you do on a weekly basis to allow you to be successful on the field because you know what somebody does might be completely different than what i do but it was based on me knowing what i needed it you know other guys might not be as good as throwers is i was so they gotta go out there and they gotta work and they gotta throw more out than i did in off season mine was more making sure that my feet were better and i had a better feel in the pocket and had that pocket awareness that spatial awareness so i think they're great questions and you know maybe the biggest one is tell me who you are as a quarterback and how that relates to how you have to prepare that may be different than somebody else because knowing who you are as a player i think it's three fourths of the battle of knowing hotter go through the process that's fantastic makes a lot of that is awesome i love the mayor's fun guys anytime they want me i love talking ball block look you can't say kurt warner enough forgiving us a time today to to really dive in deep at the quarterback position and i don't even know where to start buckeye i think we both have pages full and notes of things we learned from that conversation yet it learned a ton from the hall of famer i i think his his points on a throwing with anticipation of resonate because so much of what we talked about in the run up to the draft and when we're evaluating quarterbacks aken you thought got open can you anticipate if you don't have outstanding arm talent kinney road west touched timing in anticipation so dear kurt explaining explain what it really is i think it should allow our listeners and everyone to kind of understand when i'm watching the game and i see a quarterback let the ball go well before the receivers that is break that's the kind of anticipation that you expect from franchise quarterbacks i love the connection in between basketball the way he saw are typically put it about justice spatial awareness we've talked a clay helton you sc coach about that before he's had a lot of success with point guards in high school sam donald being one of them and making that transition i think that's a great correlation between the hardwood as well as the grass there a at the quarterback position and the other thing that i took away buck is you know he he talked about his advice you would give value waiters and he talked about the fact of the big moments be important to the big moments and i feel like that's a point that you've consistently only harper gone on the move the sticks podcast for years about how do they play on the big stage that carries more weight it does kitty weighed in in we've talked about we talked about it a off line but when you think about like sam donald and somebody other quarterbacks but really were sam darnold a those big moments how did they play on the biggest and brightest stage is how they perform when everyone knows the ball in their hands the game is riding on the quarterback can the quarterback make plays and i'm a firm believer that look you're creatures of habit if you get used to making those plays at the lower levels you make those plays junior sent to the upper levels it's not a coincidence i think when we look at tom brady tom brady is so comfortable in those moments because he has done it time and time again throughout his career and so you know when he gets the ball in a few minutes situation in the playoff odds are that he's going to find a way to get the team into the end zone he's gonna make the right play he's going to be the catalyst to win a i just believe you have to see how gas performing the big stage because ultimately that's what they're gonna do in the big stage when they had the opportunity newly absolutely i i was really i again i just learning throughout this whole process what i love about this prototype series is were learning hopefully along with the listeners here as we go along still we're gonna talk to the bucky one of your former coaches there mike holmgren who knows a qb position as well as anyone but up next it's a quarterback it card david carr was the first overall pick and he owns recor it i don't know if many people know this you're gonna learn this when this conversation and he owns in nfl recor did i believe will never be broken a day first of all thank you so much for taking some time with us today i i guess i wanna go back to a to your process a leading up into the draft in when we're looking at from evaluated standpoint let's flip it and look at it from a player's standpoint k a what did you feel like maybe going into you're final year the fresno state that you need to show in order to prove that you're worthy of being the first overall pick or even a first round pick well it's interesting because as i think what i was trying to show and what they actually wanna see you're probably two different things you know like when you're when you're a college kid you you feel like it's all about the physical it's all about how hard i can throw the ball how much can i lift how fast can i run and you get caught up in that because that's what you that's what you are naturally just thrown into after last game as okay we gotta get ready to run fast in a straight line it who cares like you watch tom brady run and don't care yes so i i i didn't i didn't like i didn't really learn what was necessary until several you know really i mean several months later on in the nfl i figure out okay this it doesn't really matter on my forty was today they'll make the right decisions right to throw the ball row supposed to accurately on time so i think think that's the dilemma that they all have to kind of struggle with and i remember training with derek before his a drip before the draft him for all his workouts and i'm like this stuff is all great and we had a trainer we had one of my good buddies is training and run it in and going through all the drills i was like i gotta get you ready to play a football game like a a real nfl football game so it's it's what do you know about the dolphins what what can you decipher from what they're showing you and how could you make the appropriate decisions and throw the ball accurately on time and so in practice we would push not just completions but you know they were just out there with me and him and sort of receivers throw it is early as you possibly can like really push the envelope with timing right in and that's gonna help you i used to get caught up in i'll just wait a little bit longer throw harder right it's like it doesn't help you know when you're facing proble corners that's the curse of a strong arm it really is and you see guys all around the league now they still do like josh allen i don't know if we'll ever have to worry about anticipation you just wait let's see oh yeah yeah fire so i mean it's a it's it's just it's ongoing process fun you know but but in going through that and then making you wait year rookie season you were guy there was a starter from the jump how difficult and challenging is it to go from playing in the college game to now starting right away in the national football league it's incredibly hard you know they're they're they've done a better job i think for the most part in college and college and nfl are kind of the lines were being blurred now as far as often subsystem so i remember when i came out we ran kind of i guess you would call a west post office but i did and all i really knew what the defense is wearing a different color shirt like i didn't really know anything else i i knew where my progression was and i knew what coverages were but i don't know really what rouch be certain leverage is and why guys play certain techniques nissan on the defensive side of the ball was i what's hot like okay they brought to you guys went back can't block both of well it was all built in you know just by time and or will go seven men protection and pick all that up but when you show up in the nfl is i went from that to a kind of a running shoot style offense with chris palmer kind of like kevin kevin gilbride when they ran in new york so something very similar that where i was in charge of all the protections and men you could tell seventy six sacks later we didn't know we were doing like i'm trying to set up there's last kinda decipher where kansas city is coming from and they got four guys over here and five guys over here and then six come from this side and i'm like i had no idea what was going on so that was a that was the biggest thing is just understanding what i was looking at where to go with the ball and try to make it all kind of happened so now i think they've done a better job you know where there are more types of systems like we just kind of walk in and it's kind of it's made it's based ready made it's ready for the quarterback going there rip through his progressions uptempo you know there's some things i kind of wish i played played ten years ago or not ten years ago but ten years later so i could kind of be involved in that zone reed stuff i mean that's that's fun rpo's like i always liked to do that stuff but i was kind of a little bit before that i know just you got a chance in your new role here with us in nfl media got a chance to watch some of these college kids and keeping up with the college game in talking a lot of these guys they're coming through the draft process most college offenses right now the way it's structured is it's based off whether they see a too high safety looker single high safety look independent on which one they get it closes half the field there only working on half the field we we don't see guys really progressed through the entire field how long does it take in you're in your experience to be able to open up an entire field and be able to left right and get the number three maybe even further in the progression i don't i think i felt comfortable doing that until like year three year four 'em now that i think about it and we we even did some of that stuff early on where we tried to go full field reid i really couldn't handle it when i was in first in houston i mean it was so much to look at first of all just try and figure out what coverage they were in you know so like you say middle open middle closed two safeties one safety but middle open can be a world of different coverages right middle closed maybe it narrows it down a little bit more 'em but yeah so we would sit on the sideline i remember saying was a cover to for the two man's zone like this guy kinda and we only had two pictures with the pre snap pictures in the middle of i dunno i dunno when he's screaming and i'm like i don't believe you so it was just a difficult pull right that part is hard so if you can go to where you know and you start off with either just true progression where you're just going straight across the board right to left her left the rider harry reid it that's good young guys but it it it requires more of the play caller to design sign you know a shift and motions and put guys in demand spots right yeah he's got a kind of create for the quarterback or you could just lined up and say okay middle middle close and that'll get you so far i mean you could you could run and often that way when you start getting into the the disguises in guys move in late remember we played minnesota in minnesota would just sit in a too high shell until the snap and they would just subtly move and then even like baltimore with ed reed ed reed would sit and cover for that what you mean you know i mean these guys were fantastic you got it and he would kind of give you the illusion hit drop back like he's in to what he's not really into he just wants you to think that is exactly what he wants to think that you're into see throw a slant hits him in the chest you know like how did that happen you know there's there's some subtleties it's if you ask quarterback to look at the defense and really decipher what's going on you better make sure he's got a good feel for it otherwise it's gonna be some indecision you point to some you point out something that i i believe it's been the biggest thing in terms of helping these young quarterbacks get jumpstarted quarterback coach's office coordinators are now more than ever willing to adapt in kind of tweak their system to make the quarterback comfortable if you had an opportunity to play in today's game how big of an advantage is to have that kind of coaching where they're not asking learn just complex system they're basically taking your calls his playbook encounter modernizing it yeah you get ready for the nfl well it was great i mean i remember even when i went in houston there there were still conversations with chris and with dom here what do you like what you feel comfortable with and we watch my film would pull a couple of plays that we ran and they tried implemented but didn't really fit in what they did you know so it was kind of like it didn't match right so we do a little bit of that we're really good quick game stuff like i get the ball in my hands pretty good 'cause i did a lot of that in fresno but anytime we start going drop back and now we're making wide receivers make decisions fifteen yards down the field and whether they're gonna break into the post turned back out and pitch to them like that stuff started getting really complicated but yeah the more you can like i love when when coaches go out and like so for instance and arizona they're reaching out to the oklahoma staff right in cleveland all right what is baker do well you go back and you talk to their coaches and you get it it it just makes you feel comfortable they even named a couple of plays the same then i ran it in fresno so when i was in the huddle i'd i'd call the same i feel comfortable run i run it a thousand times so that helped that stuff helping the more you could do that the better i mean it now because the fences in college in nfl her are so similar you could do a lot more of that so it makes these young guys able to be able to go out there on the field earlier and have success i'll ask you about this one day you know we're going to be evaluation process i have my three kind of you have you're non negotiable in in these the three that i look for and then i've kind of aturday fourth and fifth as a qualifier here to see if you could fill a gap for me here in terms of what it would take to be successful at the next level i start with the big three firm you're accuracy a decision making and poise like i you gotta have those three things accuracy decision making and poise that's the foundation and and then i talk about having enough arm like i don't need you have you gotta have enough you can't have a picture up there you gotta be able to be able to fit balls and window so enough farm and then i also said enough athleticism i don't need you to be a world class athlete just like tom tom has enough athletic ability be able to sidestep slide and make a freak i miss it every now and then i don't need somebody or everytime you get a free russia you're dead yeah so those are the five areas that i look at eight what do you think about those five and then be working again some gaps ice things really good i was a i was thinking about that when i was coming in here i know you guys this podcast we were talking about some quarterbacks stuff and interestingly enough you're first three are very similar to what i've always kind of believe me when i got to new york we're able to win a super bowl with eli a mike sullivan was a day office coordinator the night before we play the patriots he handed us are packet and it was something he always talked about but on the front page of it was obviously the super bowl logo and all this stuff but it said leadership decision making inaccuracy and so i guess leadership employs could be kinda similar and that's it that kinda can go either way but for me the leadership thing could be how you prepare how you take ownership of you're all fence all sorts of intangible things right in that kind of encompasses the boys do like you can't just be out there and you're the leader and you're losing your mind in clutch situations or making bad decisions like icy experience quarterbacks all the time and tom coffin with huge on decision making or sorry on on just knowing situations and they make i mean hitting your vets just not knowing the clock not knowing when the burn burn a timeout not letting the i mean it's just crazy stuff that i see all the time that still happens in today's game so this first year actually really good the decision making inaccuracy i think that's that's not negotiable that's a hundred percent you have to make the right decisions you have to throw the football you gotta no window throw the football and then you gotta be accurate like you don't as hard as you want if it hits she leaders on the sidelines say who cares right i mean you gotta be able to put it where you wanna put it and then those other two as far as having enough farmer enough athleticism tom brady's is good as i've ever seen it moving in the pocket subtly like finding a way to remain a passer and keep his eyes down the field you could have a free i've seen free runners that guy a lot and he just make some miss and makes it through so i mean that's enough athleticism for me and then having enough arm that's always the nice thing because you and i talked indifferent quarterbacks in the winter i talked to derrick it's nice to have that canon in your back pocket but don't feel like you have to be utilizing right if that's every year strengthen you feel like i'm just gonna lean on that unless you're throwing a hundred yards and you're josh allen and you're pat mahomes and you kind of rely on that the majority of the time okay i get that but if it's not that you gotta you gotta be smart got nowhere throwing the football it's nice to have that extra juice when you need it maybe you're a little late or you see something a little late and you gotta put a little extra fire on it throw down lower you know put it on her yards down the field from somebody so that that's pretty good man job good job when her dj yeah so you gotta check you've been like look you were super athletic probably more athletic than people give credit for you talked about prepping in getting ready to run fast when you're getting ready for the pre draft however we're looking at all these dual threat quarterback that are making their way into the league and so if you were a team building you add the take on one of these dual threat quarterbacks how do you work with them what would you tell them what is a dual threat quarterback need to be able to do to be a franchise quarterback in this league well i think that you know that that kind of talks into thia all the stuff that we just talked about i think you can't get away from that stuff that stuff's what wins championships ships 'em but if you have the extra little bit athletic ability you have the extra arm talent kind of like patrick mahomes that's where you win mvp in throw fifty touchdowns but he has all the other stuff like an end he's done a good job of kind of you have so much talent there and he's he's not really tried to suffocate him he's not said okay you gotta do this this and this you gotta really raining all this stuff is kind of letting be free so if you have a guy like that you could kind of letting go a little bit 'em buddy make some plays letting be creative i remember having a conversation with gary kubiak about the same thing and and we were like three or four games into my first year with him and he sat me down and he's like i think i'm holding you back a little bit i think were were trying to become too robotic like we need to be a little more free you make some plays and i'd always really before that kind of ran around made a couple of plays nuts when you looked looked at it as a lot of are often it's we were able to be successful doing things like that so you don't wanna ever take that away from a guy that's talented and athletic like the cuyler murray lamar jackson like let them be who they are let them still be explosive dynamic players but give him a structured oftens with some rules in some timing aspects where they know what the capabilities are inside the dolphins but they could always kinda go to that next next level and they have to we talking scouting about you know you got you wanna have geyser passionate energetic guys love what they're doing that quarterback position i mean you're a great person to ask this question is is just the overall commitment i think people any outside think they have an idea of what goes into getting yourself ready to play on a sunday and i believe have no idea all the work entailed and so we talked to these kids when they're coming to the draft process and were trying to find out do you love it are you passionate about it because i mean tell me have you ever been about anybody that's been successful deposition that doesn't have eleven a passionate put in the type of work you now i really have and i say i've seen the opposite i've seen guys don't make it two years without without that you have to be able to you have to be able to want to grind in it has to be fun there has to be the thing that you think about it three o'clock in the morning like okay i'm gonna housing and defeat discovers like the defense gave me a fit yesterday no thc is there how how am i gonna defeat that so you go into the lab you go back into the you know in the end of the film room and you kinda just start breaking it down because you love doing it i mean that's that's it and talk to tom coffin when i first walked in new york first thing he said to me we sat down in his office good to see you i've known it for a long time and he goes how much is it mean to you do you love it right in the house you're seven at that point like yeah it wouldn't be too hard i have a family at home is way too difficult but you know i look at my brother and he's not were on vacation and he's waking up at five o'clock in the morning to get a little film study in workout because that's what he loves to do this kid's wake up and then it's all it's all family time but yet you watch tom brady in full pads on the beach somewhere where he doesn't have to be in full pads on the beach somewhere the helmet on running sprints but he's doing that because it means a lot it's important to him and that's the only way you're gonna be successful especially in this in this league especially at that position is just you got defensive coordinators that that's all they do is sit up and try and figure out how they're gonna stop you they do that literally all they have no live they sleep any office they just wanna see how they conduct tom brady how they gonna make sure antonio brown is run over the top of when they play the raiders like that's all they think about so you have to kind of match that intensity match that focus david one one trade that stands out to me that we haven't talked about but i believe it's essentially being a guy that not only the franchise quarterback but wins at the highest level confidence of the best quarterbacks that we've ever been around have kind of an unwavering belief in yourself and they believe the get it done when you're young quarterback and you've been thrown out there to the wolves and you're struggling how how hard is it to maintain their confidence so it doesn't kind of cave in on you and you kind of see it on the other side it's extremely difficult because this is the most humility i mean humbling league that there is in all of sports i mean you think you gotta figure it out all these guys they everybody thinks they can play quarterback in nfl especially eli's i talked to a fourteen year old kid at this usa today sling it throws a hundred yards you think he's ready he thinks he's ready start talking about cover a couple of years ago you'll love it it's a it's a blast but yeah it's it's a very humbling league and it is it demands i remember sitting there my first year in houston and i had given absolutely everything that i had physically mentally i was exhausted were like week seven array and i'm like i got i have i don't know what else psyching do right and we still want winning football games it's extremely difficult i've played every sport there is i went snowboarding when my wife first time went right down the hill she's like oh you're just a great athlete i'm like as is easy compared to what my normal job is this is the hardest thing though you're ever gonna try to do even guys that are doing everything they can i still got the pieces around you gotta have it all work together you gotta have the right head coach i mean it's just extremely difficult but man it's it's it's a blast minutes how we love it well you've given us so much time we do appreciate i just wanna compliment john one thing here because as i go through and look through all the notes and in all you're numbers at seventy six sacks okay whatever seventy six sex and we still standing and what i'm seeing twelve of their own fumbles broke right twelve i felt recor i don't wanna bring that up but i mean start asking the country's that's that's what i do i how do you even know where the ball is you get it off you start doing that you ever seen catchers when they dig one out of the dirt and they initially looking around panic i always had look at our our was yet albert hanes worth one time i took the snap and i went to pull away from centered he grabbed my left wrist like literally beat the ball drops out like underneath me literally sit down on top of it i'm like perfect 'perfect second down that is fantastic yeah when that july imagine it practice what they wanna do the cover up drills when they get in a fetal position goes on like dude i've i've got enough ryan recor and older here bro let me just sitting in that'd be great you a guy but great to hear from a from david obviously you're the first overall pick you've gone through the process easy great person to talk to and a really somebody put it in an impossible situation there with an expansion franchise with the houston texans but my big take away block is the challenge we face it scouts face is is how do you scouting tangible man that is a that's a tough one you know it it it's it's really tough because you you don't have an opportunity to really get to know the quarterback the way that you would want to knowing how big his role is when it comes to the fate of the franchise but you're like the same as much as you can we've always talked about this the number one rule is scatter when it the quarterback you have to see him live and a lot of people think that you need to go see him live to see their arm on display to get a real life view of how how they spin it but i like to go to games lie because i wanna stand on the sideline and i wanna see how they interact wreck with their teammates whether they like when they have a bad plays go against them how they win one of their teammates may drop a pass office of lyman blows a block do they encourage them how do they respond to that i also wanna see what other interactions like with the coaches with the coordinator how often are they having a dialogue especially at the office coordinator is on the field i am trying to get a better sense of the player by being around him get a sense of how he manages in controls the team and his teammates more so anything that he doesn't feel i wanna see that but really i am trying to determining assess be intangible quality that he's going to bring to the team will be selected let me give you two examples here and i've mentioned the j p lost one before i remember going watch him play against navy in a this is somebody the end up going in the first round of the buffalo bills but 'em in character wise everything was fine there it was just i want to go to alive game missio interact with his teammates in a there is no virtually no interaction there will be more was running back on that team a good player a draft pick their offer the pittsburgh steelers but go into that live game in it maybe i caught him on a bad day i don't know but all i know is that turned me off and i was out i bailed on him i i have a huge great on begin again with but he had a really low grade for me i go into the process and i'll give you more recent example 'em have mentioned this one before but i was going to watch paxton lynch and his bowl game i believe will play in auburn a which they're outmatched there in memphis but i wanna see see okay as as you're taking a beating their you're not you're not playing great the team's not doing well are you rally in your teammates i went down a it was a it was in a it's like a chain link fence down there on the sideline so i walked down i'm not wearing any you know nfl network you're nobody knows who so i just mere along the sideline for the entire game and again i wanna see okay let's rally the troops kind of be that not in the rope can you be somebody when things are sliding can you stop the slide can you try and get everybody going and there was just there was nothing i wanna see some interaction with different guys and you try to give everybody together and let's trend rally the troops see any of it now in hindsight i should have dropped him even further than i did i think i ended up having him somewhere in the twenties or something like that but there were a lot people talking about him potentially being a top five top ten pick a in that impacted migrate going to see him live impacted migrate and that's what to speak to your point it's important what these quarterbacks get out there and see even see them at alive game you have to see alive game you have to get a feel for who they are and how they handle situations and sometimes you can't get that when you're watching tape or you looking at them on tv a you wanna be around you only get a feel for who they are and also sometimes we talk to coaches coaches don't give you all of the information that you need right away but i think having that that first hand look being right there being able to see them being in foot binoculars on being able to stand beside them in the game gives you a real sense of who they are because i don't think you can't fake it when you around somebody and they don't necessarily know that you're looking at them and really observing they're there every action yeah no doubt well that was a fun conversation there with david car in that leads us to are are final conversation her final guest of the episode bucky somebody you know extremely well i gotta go down in history one of the greater coaches we've had in the national football league ears are conversation with mike holmgren this this is named after morning you playing green bay any other any other boyer me or you know coach there is a lot of fascination fascination with the quarterback and you talked about a veteran quarterback jumping in but let's talk about young quarterbacks in water the i guess two or three trays that you look for in young quarterbacks they were making mike holmgren interested in developing their quarterback to eventually maybe you're darn well you know what it's in again i i i'm old so it's a it's change just a little bit in the scouting part about you were you know you excellent scout a that authorizes in college now are a little different than they were a few years ago an so you get young quarterback tyler murray who is special or russell wilson or guys that aren't is the prototypical size for a quarterback but they do amazing things on the field and if you wanna run that type of all fence that they used his his mobility gets them out of the pocket those types of things week and see then you go ahead and take that guy 'cause they're special but not everybody can do that these guys are special special player so i always looked at one the first thing you gotta throw the ball he's gotta be able to complete passes be accurate and make all the throws that's the first thing second thing was his movement doesn't have to be it doesn't have to be his running ability but his movement in the pocket and their ability to avoid wade and then also did get a first down if necessary answered and this may be more important but it's tough to judge it just his mental toughness and how he's gonna deal with adversity how he's gonna be a leader with his team all those types of things things are a little more subjective and that's what those minicamp you're talking about before you get a better feel the longer you're around him you get a better feel but you have to make that decision early in hope you're right you're right all the time but those are those those are three things that we've always looking at heart coach one of the things we always talk about in in the scouting were always talk about different types of leaders in the local leaders you have the leads by example is is it possible to be an elite player in in the national football league at the quarterback position without being vocal leader is that even possible i think it is i think it is but that again that that's a special special gift a you know one of my mentor is in one of the guys i looked up to just passed away recently bart starr andy and i would say you know he he was not one of those boisterous voelkel leaders that you might think of you know he was but he was leader and they all played hard for him and they knew he was the boss an indiana but that was a gift a it's not it's more subtle but then that if you're not a vocal leader in and they don't see the fire you gotta show at sometimes times and they showed in different ways and but you know this in the locker room you know the players know the players know if if a player is not necessarily a vocal an obvious to the fans the players know in the locker room he leads in a different way perhaps you know i'd steve young joe montana far of those guys matt hasselbeck marked with those guys they were all different somewhere little louder somewhere a little funnier like fire but they play his teammates they end joe montana was special but he was kind of a little bit more on the quiet side the his teammates they their teammates would do anything they they go to the wall for because they had that gift so i don't think you have to be necessarily boisterous you know to be a leader in fact i know you don't have to me because i coach guys at work but they were definitely leaders of the football team i've got one more quarterback question for you here coach if if you look at the landscape bright now in the nfl in somebody's as somebody that played the position in somebody who enjoys coaching the position is there one guy out there you look at and say man i i would love to have the opportunity to coach that young man well i'm gonna stay pretty obvious here and you know what i'm gonna say is mahomes play in a you know he reminds me a little bit of farm and then the fact that he he'll start doing stuff and you know the old saying no no you're the silent oh yeah and it works out okay so he's fun to watch he sounds i i don't know and but you know he's fortunate to be with andy i think that's one thing and then he's he seems like a great young man you guys calling on better night a coach now i've been i've been on the sideline when you've had some of those epic a interactions with brett for are you sure that you could deal with somebody be a off the cuff sandlot stuff that pat mahomes brings i know that you said oh i would love to coach but i remember back in the day brett would drive you crazy sometimes there's somebody impromptu plays and he will make on the field now bucky when i agree to this promise me you wouldn't bring up any of those crazy moments i don't want people i don't want my human you know one thing i will say this to that that a brett and i've said this openly so i'm not telling you anything i haven't said before but yeah he was challenging and we went through some tough love situations there's no question about that but he i had more fun coaching him then then anybody honestly he was a he so enjoyed playing the game and you can have moments you get after a little bit but then ultimately you knew that god this guy's this he's special and now i gotta do i gotta get the best out of him and that's what coaches look for you know you get a player that's just special special and then you go boy now i get to roll up my suasion and go to work and try and help this little bit you know coach so much has been made about quarterback development and i know being with you in green bay in seattle you really took pride in developing the quarterbacks in your season in the summer was a big part of that that has changed a little bit but what can a head coach due to really develop a young quarterback and even a starting quarterback over there all season to get ready to go at a max potential when you get into the regular season well you know a buck to you had you had to make sure that that young quarterback trusted you first of all in believed that by picking hammer choosing him that you thought he could do the job now having said that then it was his responsibility then worked very very hard you know we always try to a when i was coaching pick a quarterback a in those days you could we had three i always had three not too now today teams had just have to but i had three and i draft one in the fifth or sixth round perhaps and just let him learn and let him develop an you know historically those guys a lot of those guys went on to be pretty good players you know matt hasselbeck a a you know mark a meal his name is margaret albert ellen l now in you know in green bay knowing what's gonna replace far but i still wanna bring in a guy in training and then maybe it'd be a backup but then he went on to other teams so it was fun for me i was a quarterback coach you know i wasn't assistant as with the forty niners i start as a quarterback coach i played the position it was fun for me to develop those guys and famine grow and so that's a week that you do in the off season and that's what you did in the summer man it's always a pleasure when they get a chance to you coach mike talk about quarterbacks 'em having play for him for three years and green bay worked for him up in seattle a he really understands the quarterback position he takes a lot of pride in a not only evaluating quarterbacks but really trying to develop them in some of the quarterback that he has been around the steve young joe montana's the guy these in fact the brett farr matt hasselbeck trent dilfer was also a part of a run in seattle he just does a great job of getting guys ready to play in teaching them how to play the right way and so for him to be able to share some of that stuff was really enlightening but i think the conversation in the way he lit up with pat mahomes i believe coach mike if you had an opportunity coast number because he is eerily similar the number four up in green bay an some irony a on the show today because you've got kurt warner who spent some time there with mike holmgren a brief moment there with the green bay packers before he was cut a mike holmgren might wanna have that one back fine brett farve were fine going forward but kurt went under heavy hall of fame career but just goes again the show you some guys heavy unac at the position for being able to identify and develop talent you look at the long run of quarterbacks he's had from san francisco the green beta seattle success they had a throwing the football obviously nobody better talked to the coach homegrown about the position it is so crazy i think you were driving crazy because for the longest time in green bay we would not used a shotgun formation because he felt like the shotgun disrupted the rhythm of the passing game of the west coast offense and so the change in kind of come speed a little bit with some of the things that guy's doing in the league now but he certainly knows the quarterback position better than most no doubt well that was a that was a fun episode that maybe the most enjoyable movie six episode that we've done i i i am a i'm a sucker for the quarterback back position it's a it's right there in my wheelhouse always trying to learn and grow in any evaluation of the position in in buckeye i feel like we learned a lot in this one we did learn a lot in dc i'm i'm gonna tell you i'm i'm biased because heaven had the opportunity to play for two hall of fame quarterback back then jim kelly and brett farr played with another one mvp candidate mvp winter rich gannon a they all the different and i think what i learned from the podcast look they could come in all different styles and flavors but the core traits they have to have those and i think what we were able to glean from this podcast you know what those traits are you have to have the intelligence you have to have the leadership the accuracy the anticipation you have to be a guy and i think if anything i'm gonna take that away and i hopefully it'll make me a bit evaluated when we're looking at these other guys that is the next generation of quarterbacks are we need to we need to go on record here without prototype because it is the prototype series again learning a lot but also taking all that information of what it takes to be successful when you look at the current crop of quarterbacks block and yet the say one guy hits the prototype man that is like this tough dj because like once again we we still have not talked about how they come in different things i look i think the new school prototype type will be the pat mahomes site in terms of the guy who has the athleticism but has the big time arm talent the guy that could raise the bad place and get it done i think he'll be the new school prototype of the position just because he he is so remarkable in terms of what he's able to do but the ball how he's able to kind of just make these impromptu improvisational place however he is still able to stay on schedule now we're talking about someone that continues to be the standard i think the prototype is really tom brady the ultimate winner the guy they condemn it from the pocket it may not be the most talented guy but he got it consistently finds a way to get his team to the winner's circle at the end of the day it's not about the yards is about the rings tom brady remains the standard i think he's the prototype of the position yeah i mean look there's you've got aaron rodgers a you know we've we've seen a a ben rothlisberger heavy long stretch drew brees obviously doesn't have the prototypical size but to me if were looking at the prototype i i think it's between two guys and you mentioned pat mahomes who does everything you could ever imagine a on the football field timmy though i would still for me personally if i'm trying to go scout and look what i'm looking for what i'm trying to find i'm still trying to find andrew luck it's the highest quarterback rating and i've ever given since i starting in two thousand three and i'm gonna stick with that in in what he is because i have the size the physicality the arm strength athletic ability intelligence i don't know a skill that andrew luck doesn't possess and i would say maybe the you know the difference what's the difference between him and pat mahomes i think at this point just because andrew luck slow further along i think on schedule andrew luck is eight is a little more advanced advanced now pat off schedule is unique in what he can do special i think it's a conversation between those two but for me i still have andrew luck is the prototype it's funny because it's one of the young named it i would throw in there as the prototype and i know he's been injured a little bit but i still believe carson wentz is really more like a prototype anything else because when you look at carson wentz a athletically he could do whatever you wanna do in terms of quarterback run game he could throw inside the pocket outside the pocket he's a terrific leader he's tough in he's a guy that absolutely loves the grunt in the process we obviously know that because you know people that have tied very close to him i think he is a prototype and i think if he has an opportunity to play a full season twenty nine team i think that conversation becomes probably a three headed monster with pat mahomes carson wentz an andrew luck because each of those guys plays the game a little differently but they all have the court trays that you're looking for yeah it's a it's exciting we have a lot of good young quarterbacks in the nfl and but tasked with trying to find the next wave of guys in the college game that's something we're gonna focus here on the move the sticks podcast as we do throughout the year remember you could check out are running back episode if you've missed that one if you enjoyed the quarterback when trust me you're gonna wanna stay tuned for the entire series but the running back show is already up you'll find that nfl dot com slash podcasts or your favorite podcast app and we have wide receivers they're coming next week bucking trust me you're not gonna wanna miss this one it's a it's a fascinating conversation especially i think you're gonna enjoy our chat with thomas dmitrov on the subject absolutely manda playmakers we we talk about the marquee positions in football we could talk about quarterbacks and we'll talk about pass rushes but man the pass catcher slash playmakers they've certainly kind of risen up the marquee absolutely anchorage everybody that's listening download subscribe review we appreciate all those tell a friend this is a this is a fun series not a lot going on in the football world right now but this series is got me energized and then pumped up it's

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AP Roundtable - Pete joins Carrington Harrison and Sean Levine on The Drive

Arrowhead Pride

23:56 min | 1 year ago

AP Roundtable - Pete joins Carrington Harrison and Sean Levine on The Drive

"Pete how you doing Matt Pretty Good ready for Little Matt Moore Aaron Rodgers Sunday night football baby we are joined by Pete Sweeney he's the editor in chief is the plaid prints over at approach Pete I WanNa play this audio for you this is Collin cowherd today on his show he says that the AFC race is over and we crown the Patriots the AFC's done the can heard the silky sounds of Pete Sweeney had pride the plaid prints the editor and chief thanks get your simplicity would help but making sure that you curb that run once again is key because then you can I think stay in games with other teams make them a little bit more one attentional and you can allow guys like one thornhill entire and Matthew who have been healthy all year for you to make those interceptions that they're paid for was at the start of something for my Guy Frank Clark was that just luck retired with that offensive line and that general manager and coach the only thing left was Kansas City and now mahomes is not and the team is playing up against while apparently not because he's out with the neck today a neck injury I don't know what is going on that kind of came out of nowhere I'm eager to see if he even practices question or either or was last week's defensive effort was going up against the broncos or has this team legitimately turned the corner on defense because even if the chiefs can get back to one hundred percent healthy I don't know how you can just assume that the New England Patriots GonNa Win The AFC tournament so that's probably the biggest toss up they need to run the football more efficiently they need to be able to stop the run they can't continue to commit penalties at the rate that they are doing it if they can fix one of those fatal flaw oh not be one hundred percent the rest of the year and has no defense and watches more of the game that he plays because of that lack of defense the AFC is over out and refute everything he just said I it almost seems like it's a take he should have made prior to last week because last week was the first game where the defense actually looked marked improvement over what they've been so far this season and that's a defense that you can win with I think really the varying opinions on this team and where they stand aggressive I don't think you're going to be able to stack a quarterback that's not someone like Joe flacco Mr Statue standing back there and get nine sacks now can you get to Aaron Rodgers a few times now is how much do you believe in the defense and what they showed you last week against the Broncos the biggest progress that I saw in last week's effort that I think is repeatable is figuring out the run game a little bit okay and and granted it's against Denver Broncos but you can really only play you can play but exploding for nine sacks getting that pressure and then at the same time tried something different with Reggie Ragland and they had this success and they're able to hold two running backs I think pretty good especially Philip Lindsay Royce freemen holding them the seventy one yard that's week and that one's tough because he's finally coming off a game where you said art frank all right maybe you can build off this one man it would suck if he's not able to I I can't pick him Sean is leaning towards picking them this week B. K. is not picking them I understand it's the NFL and anything can happen I I'm not willing to go as far as Colin cowherd is and say that the AFC is over because I'm still going to respect the greatness of Andy Reid in the Great Gr- The greatness of Patrick Mahomes and he is eventually going to come back but I do think this about the chiefs I am out and cool on them being a super bowl contender until they've fixed one of these three fatal flaws I understand it there's GonNa be some regression you're not holding teams to one for thirteen on third down and getting nine sacks every single week if they can give you forty percent of what they gave you yesterday that's Lee see if they can show some progress against a good team now that they were able to do against a bad team as for the rest of it I don't think you can count AFC over you never know what's going to happen in the playoffs on Sunday night right now we're talking Pete Sweeney he is the editor in chief of Arrowhead Pride. Let's start with this and maybe we can kind of cynical outs at different talking points are you picking the chiefs this is look at the quarterbacks I'm not GonNa Pick Matt Moreover Aaron Rodgers you've taken Jacoby for Senator Patrick Mahomes just ask them no no that's why when if they would simplify it down a little bit maybe have less RPO's less thinking for Matt Moore I think it will be simplified I don't think you're gonNA see these complex offensive plays but from what they at least holding them to around two hundred yards that's we've been waiting for the defense like I don't see a repeat performance against the Green Bay packers specifically along those numbers their next two opponents just lineup with them in such a way that makes it difficult to forecast them winning the football my number one rule would picking Games always I then I'm back on board with them being super bowl contender but for the most part I think cowherd makes him really strong points about the AFC. Where are you at it's an interesting point and I know a lot of chiefs fans are good homes were still able to go I was consistently picking the chiefs and I was wrong about that but I'm saying in this matchup in particular how could you pick Matt Moreover Aaron Rodgers said and and granted I realized they know that they're talking to the entire world it seems like those little still be some RPO's and and some interesting place they have confidence since he's been here since the end of the preseason in late August so he's a smart guy he seems like he's really eager to take advantage of the opportunity one thing I asked about more today I said are you looking at this another apple how could you pick that game I just can't pick that out different do you think the playbook is GonNa look with Matt Moore in there and Pat on the sidelines I was asking more Andy Reid a little bit about that today at trying to figure out Damian Williams out the window Leshan McCoy's running five point four yards per carry this is the perfect opportunity to have more balanced attack use him use the they're not going to be able to throw the ball forty times and keep up with the Green Bay packers like that's just not the Kinda style they're gonNA probably need a touchdown from the defense or special teams and they're going to need I don't think that that that's a smart play as much as your heart is in it I'd like to see the chiefs win I'm GonNa be here in the Arrowhead Pride Tailgate in the Arrowhead Pride Post game beaming with happiness if they somehow going to have to get a pass rush they didn't against Houston they didn't against the Indianapolis Colts one Chris Jones came out but it sounds like Christians come back and we'll get into the injuries they're going to have to get Goya Sunday over under under I think they haven't shown any reason or any belief he can have more than fifteen carry so under I think it's going to be over I just think you have to were to have it the game of his life it's Sunday night I just look at this game and maybe how I can paint a roadmap to the chiefs winning I think Frank Clark has to be good I think he has to play I think it'd be getting the ball in the hands of your playmakers as quick as possible whether that's quick passes to tyreek or Travis Kelsey or hand off to Leshan McCoy at least fifteen times the numbers got to be I just I mean I feel like we've seen enough Andy Reid to know that McCoy Damian Williams they're not getting thirty carries between the two just don't really see that being very realistic for the he's not been average he has been good use the player use the player let's do an over under really quickly a bed in our forget it Sean my call it vice at the over under as for the Sean McCoy at fourteen and a half are you taking the over or the under this Sunday better be the over I'm taking the over? BK Fourteen and a half carries for play clock maintain a lead win methodically a little bit more than you're used to with the Kansas City chiefs with the version of Patrick Mahomes and running the football is a key that and McCoy's been good it's go over this week with Shawn McCoy I could very easily be wrong but to me he's playing too well and I think this weekend with Matt Moore running the show order which it seems like in two thousand nineteen becoming more and more unheard of guys feeling like a little out and so going in there into the game and to meet right now he's recovered slee like he's in somebody's pocket right now because they have not touched this guy I think the biggest problem that they look at when it comes to Dr Thompson is feeling good about him being able to protect he's not build at this point in his career to carry the ball fifteen or twenty times a game but they're kind of forced to at this point I don't know if he's not built like that anymore I is not the down that's such a fine line though Pete with Shawn Mccoy when they essentially got him we knew that this is what he could be the high everything went right we also knew that a game in my opinion from Kelsey or hill one of those things in probably a combination of two or three of those things are GonNa have to happen in my mind for them to pull off the upset well the thing is for a second from that issue I think can handle fifteen carries I I mean I I assume that the chiefs go in that direction and try to be a little bit more balanced format more sake I just don't the passer and until he proves them which may not be until next training camp I don't know if you'll see him I can I'll be the first to admit I thought you toward the end of that I and again chiefs fans don't WanNa hear this but doesn't sacrifice the future especially in the next few years because like knowing you're going to have to pay patrick mahomes pressure on Rogers they're going to have to get to three sacks whether it comes from Clark whether it comes from Clark being double teams opens things up rows okafor they're going to have to get two or three sacks they're going to have to run the ball effectively cornerback if anything and then to help those other positions you hope that Chris Jones comes back healthy you don't worry about because rankine looks pretty good Eric Fisher I'm scared if if McCoy doesn't hit the over there's no way they are winning if he has eleven carries in this game they're not winning football and I just I can't find the roadmap if Bowen pace against the broncos and the broncos just simply can't score like the packers are going to be able to score and move the ball against them I don't know if they're going to be able to run the ball as many times surly anymore I'm just looking at this team I don't need them to make a splash I don't need them to trade the two first for the big time pick but I also because this is the week we're we're you dial up your Andy Reid super creative type things this is where you say okay we gotta go in this game and we gotta win by any means necessary even moved to solidify the roster and they're not making earth shattering groundbreaking kind of moves but they're making moves to improve their team how can this team not do the exact same align we'll have passed in the NFL how active do you want them to be at the deadline I think they need to be active to a point that makes sense uh-huh is still in his rookie deal but you do have a window here where he's twenty four years old you'll have other chances don't sacrifice I think the next three or four years for this James if they can get a player and and the deal makes sense I know that this is a simple answer but if the do makes sense make it and to me. I don't think you can make a deal long defensive line linebackers I think if you're doing anything and it's one big splash rican maintain the future and you don't have to send a ton of picks it's going to be in the secondary so I'd like to see just based on the AFC and how it's coming together the other three teams that you think you're going to have to compete with have evaluated their roster made a move the Patriots just went got Muhammed's to the Ravens just unity job in the NFL he said Yeah of course and so this is a guy who was out of football the he realizes there is one golden opportunity so if there's ever a game for me business would be a guy that you'd at least see occasionally it just has not been the case right now we're talking to Pete Sweeney he is the editor in chief of Arrowhead pry go ahead and get your questions in text line six practicing today I don't know if you need to worry about offensive line I'd like to see them go get a cornerback but again don't sacrifice the future because I understand it's a short window I understand just a few I wanNA talk to you about the trade deadline because I don't think we'll actually talk before the trade deadline is actually concluded itself I think by the time you come on again the trade I'm saying let's wait the week and just see how things change this weekend because you never know I think we always say in this game right deadlines drive deals I think they'll be active and they'll be picking up the it really I think the best you're going to do as I touch us for the running backs of somewhere between eighteen and twenty two twenty four and that to me it'll be generous go so I think they can do it a few more times Patrick mahomes out the entire game I think they're gonNA play I think I think they played from ahead way more than that Broncos game they're gonNA play from ahead in this game like they were able to kind of set ten resource to go improve your weakness and attack it the way I feel like the Patriots have the Patriots over the last three months have realized they need one more playmaker station but you're right like get somebody that you feel better about than maybe Mona clayborn or Charles Areas Ward if that exists if that's out there then I think it's worth sending amid around and three zero six what do rapid-fire with Pete Sweeney coming up in about ten minutes or if you've got a question go ahead and get in the queue and I'll make sure that will ask Pete Sweeney overhead pride coming up in just on the damn super bowl because then all of a sudden things get a lot of interesting in the next couple of years I think if it's that caliber and and again like if someone like Peterson re you're when you watch the Patriots on Monday night and they're playing the New York jets and ruining games like they are I don't know if this is necessarily going to be the year became available or based upon what you hear became available for the first time you do have to consider it but it's got to be an elite or at least and above average player for me run ours okay and I'm not saying anymore you need to go and get Patrick Peterson if that becomes available and that somehow changes over the next week the cardinals lose all of a sudden they have a change of heart okay maybe then we have the conference anyone else in the AFC west is GonNa make it which is a blessing for the chiefs because then you're guaranteed at least top four spots even with all these injuries yeah I mean phone and something fits that they'll make the deal we've seen that bread vh won't hesitate to do that but I don't want chiefs fans out there to say all right I'm assuming something's going to happen because

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Ep. 93 - Tuna Candle

Athletico Mince

35:31 min | 1 year ago

Ep. 93 - Tuna Candle

"A new daily sports broadcasts from wondering and the athletic does a new episode every weekday morning and you'll get an intoxicating blend of news stories and in-depth looks what's happening I'm on the Dawson and I'm on an actual trend on my way to record another episode of Athletic Omits but other podcast available and I've just been listening to the latest episode of the lead Take my co host. His name is Mr Andrew Dawson mistake. I hope you'll dishwasher is fresh smelling running efficiently imagine if you will that you are relaxing on a massage table at a country house spa a preview of the lead don't forget to subscribe to the late on Apple podcast so wherever you're listening to this right now are you nuts Chyba oil yeah give chilly give me just a little bit more time so from chickens I'm not on the Mac and cheese pot right howman cheese Chhaya butter Chili Chicken Salad ooh exquisite saw him out lack of trained coys okay trained catering as an virgin tran catering quizzes pop bong cheese pot for so that you all four minutes eventually after eight weeks the idea is that either five kit and we'll you raise money for women's health that Kinda thing no I'll just raise close your senses and then you feel the rough touch of callous voted hounds clumsily pounding your buttocks you open your eyes to see a short fat the nets without stopping to occasion could you do that you do that I could if I only had to run two hundred yards not twenty yards four entire minutes no brisk is how I allied run between my goals do you ever get a brisk waddell on all star ruined until generation that it come in handy one day fashion gets damn good ball to you I'm Joe Good morning to you as well God toft on Goodness Chili Chicken Salad as the most ex- got it right so I've got you I was traveling up so somewhere Mancha's the and I was on a virgin you know and gave me the idea for the leaks smooth ride but I see unleashed a fucking yogurt hacking away at the pot stubborn drags that cling to its grooved plastic base like your personal take the table is soft and cheated and Agip Shin coffee scent of lavender lemon oil and the gentle sound of Montenegro waffle types hello and welcome to a. let's go mints with Maple Multiple I hope you're enjoying happy times and good house in particular us a one of my yeah might might dominician the Straits now I know that you like traveling on the train and railway puts a necessary sorta doing the couch to five K. 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Strategies for Overcoming Burnout, What Your Style Says About You, and Attitudes that Kill Success  | ASK ME ANYTHING

Order of Man: Protect | Provide | Preside

58:31 min | 1 year ago

Strategies for Overcoming Burnout, What Your Style Says About You, and Attitudes that Kill Success | ASK ME ANYTHING

"Eighty you are not easily deterred heated rugged resilient strong this is your life this we are this is who you will become you're a man of action you live life to the fullest embrace your fears and boldly charge your own path when life knocks you down you get back up one more time every time for the advice well first of all I commend Dan for deciding to wait I think it's a prudent decision to wait to get overly intimate with adding to provide for her in this area since she naturally needs more physical intimacy than I do but finding a balance between being intimate enough and falling back into sin has been difficult thanks thanks with the woman prior to committing to her because there's a lot of emotional and of course physical attachment that comes with that in in the facebook group I've seen a lot of interested in one hundred percent made and sourced in America boots and denim as well go check it out origin main as an estate main origin main dot com. I guess let's get into the questions now you might notice that today I am absent Kip last week he was absent me and that's what's of frustration and headache and heartache come from getting involved intimately and sexually with a woman that you haven't committed to so I do commend that's the Jujitsu stuff the lifestyle apparel Denham the boots or the supplemental lineup again origin may dot com use the code order facebook dot com slash groups slash order of man and also from our exclusive Brotherhood the Iron Council which you can find at order dot com slash iron council at a Youtube Channel we've got all the other social media channels of course we've got our exclusive brotherhood the Iron Council were running events I mean whatever we can do to reclaim and restore I've got a list here I think I've got I don't know maybe twenty twenty five questions or so we'll get through as many as I possibly can so the first ones just a quick announcement before we get into it I want to announce or introduce you to origin which is our show sponsor and of course my friends here in Maine they make season again I may have butchered that he says what advice do you have for men who were trying to be more intimate with their girlfriends without being sexual when my girlfriend and I started dating Yep we just gave away a brand new pair of origin boots I think it was earlier this we ended last week early this week we'll probably be doing some more of that in the near future but if you are dismantle of masculinity that's what it's all about so today is an ask me anything where I will field questions from the facebook group which you can find nice about having a partner and Co hosting KIP Sorenson is that if I'm not available he is and if he's not available I am so you're getting me you're getting me solo today and use the code order I confirmed I went onto their site and I confirmed that you're GonNa get a discount on your entire order whatever you purchase over there I hope it's informative hope I answer these questions to the best of my ability to give you what it is you're looking for so let's just jump right into this the questions for today right I am glad that you're here we need more men in the battle to reclaim and restore masculinity and that's what this movement is all about so we've got the podcast we've got facebook groups we relied on sexual things for intimacy we've grown into our Christian faith together and have resolved to stop those things until we get married in a year and a half to three years I've been from our facebook group and we'll jump right into it Dan her horizon see this is why have kip here is because he can butcher the names instead of me so Dan Rehash here maybe we'll do that on another podcast but as far as being intimate without being sexual I think that's a good distinction I think it is important to understand that intimacy doesn't Brazilian Jujitsu Rash Guards keys they've got their supplemental lineup partnered up with the Jaakko of course you guys are familiar with that and then they've got their denim lineup and their boot Dan for that I think that's a valuable valuable thing is waiting until you are committed fully before that happens and I've talked about that at length as to why that's the case and I won't intimacy but the best thing that I say is to get to know her deeply you know the more that you know and understand in this case Dan's girlfriend and potentially your wife can't I know that I have a very deep and intimate and familiar emotional and deep connection with my wife out outside of our physical have to be physical that there's an emotional connection as well and I think women are probably more inclined in prone to be connected that way then naturally men are but that's not to say that the more likely it is that you will be connected you know you could look at the same thing when it comes to battle for example you know there's men that I went to Iraq Aston Movement that as order of Man Want to welcome you whether you here for the first time you've been with us for any amount of time I feel like a same every single week but I am on deep intimate bond between that other individual and you can forge that through going through challenging times together getting to know each other very very well understanding circumstances together through being on the same page and having the same goals and objectives now obviously it's not romantic in nature but but there is that that's not to say that you are going to be a slave to her that she can manipulate or abuse your desire to serve her she should be serving you in two thousand and five and two thousand six that we have a deep deep bond and forged that through knowing each other through going through difficult outside of physical intimacy is service the more that you can serve your significant other the better connected the more deeply connected that you are now what makes your partner tick what they what goals and objectives and dreams and visions and things like that they have but I think the biggest thing that you can do to create intimacy her needs and really support uplift and edify her that there's a deep intimate connection that goes well beyond what we do physically so get to know her as well this should be a reciprocal relationship and if it's not then that's something that needs to be addressed but I've noticed that the more that I served my wife and Sir Money and financial strategies is that we do a weekly Monday money meeting and the meeting is very very simple it's what in understand her what makes her tick and then strive to serve your partner same goes for women they should be doing the same thing as well all right Tyler Cross he says do you have any specific in has come in over the past week and what income is likely to come in in the week moving forward just because of the way that I get compensated it's important to look at it I looked at it daily together the best thing that about that meeting that nobody's in the dark and that's the most important think there's no surprises there is no guesswork there's no wondering it's an open book out she made tell me and inform me that there's some upcoming expenses that I'm not aware of or I may need to inform her that there's some upcoming expenses that she's not aware of and we make those decisions on the same page now I manage most of financial decisions because she's just not interested in could she do it one hundred percent no doubt she's not interested in so the partnership between her and processes or strategies to your family budget use any software notepad phone APP etcetera so this is really important one thing that I do as far as a system for my family works in that I manage the finances but I include her I included in the process I let her know what's going on I let her know of expenses and income and everything else that we have coming up and that's how we do it now as far as he software we just use our bank APP that's it there's there's cool programs like meant and why nab out what's coming in what's going out unforeseen or unnecessary expenses to be aware of road blocks stumbling blocks potential expenses that might become a planning for budgets whether it's Bakke Shins or trips or other expenses braces for kids and broken arms etc etc and then life and I look at it weekly I don't think monthly's is quick enough I think a lot can happen in thirty days so we look at it every week what money's coming in what money is going Ben Kosta are you considering investing in the main company partnering Invest Investments. I I don't know what the main AH spelled y an AB why you need a budget so why nab there's quickbooks we do actually use quickbooks online version for the business talking about origin that could be as well I don't really know as far as origin goes no I'm not planning on investing in them if that's what you're asking but we are friends that are some collaborations that were working on soon to be released and I'll let you know as soon as we have the details on that so yeah partnership in a way but as far as what target panic so that's my release but I did kill two does out there and that was exciting and it was good to bring meat home my arrows and a hit writer hip and I was really disappointed with that shot but I watched her long story short we tracked a very very scarce blood trail for company is he says are you considering investing in the main company partnering investments I don't know if the main company is a business or or just a company and maybe just let there be no question as to as to what the money situation is doing and then there's some so much accountability that to read like if she knows everything that's going on she died within thirty yards was a great shot she died quickly no harm has I shouldn't say no harm I should say she died quickly and peacefully especially in Anson personal stuff as well but for the most part we just use our our bank account information and go through that as well so yeah I would do a weekly meeting again talk about release but I'm going to start training with his silverback release which is a back tension release and I think that will help at least it's supposed to help on than I have accountability in the way that spend money if I knew everything that she's spending on then there's accountability to her knowing that I'm going to look at it so that accountability is huge as well all right I would say maybe two hundred yards or so roughly and found a small drop of blood picked her up and then I heard some rustling in go hunting I know it depends on where and what hunt just curious so I just got done with hunt I was in Minnesota and it was relatively successful right I am going to work on that with John Dudley familiar with him he's got his knock on TV use his knock to it release which is onto different good sized bucks I hate to admit that but that was the case I do get a little bit of a target panic I've noticed and I have a tendency of shooting high when I get make sure that we found her and harvested her and put her out of misery of course rather than the coyotes eating her while she was still alive sits rough sometimes but it is the way it goes and I did the best out there for hunting for five days I was out there a little longer and yes very successful hunt I did miss a shot on a very two shots that tar target panic which is exactly what I did on both these books shot right over their shoulder watch the watch the euro go right over their shoulder my hopes and dreams die with it often difficult situations and demanding situations and pushing yourself physically mentally emotionally so this is something that would certainly do that and I would be interested in seeing doc hunt in in Arizona at the beginning of next year we can talk more about the load out there all right Chris Rice he says he this partner I don't have plans to have an asked me to be and Y- just friends and I enjoy appreciate what they do if that's what you're asking Dan that was good feel good about that the second one I shot far back it was good up and down but shot far back and I had the nocturnal knocks on I use an APP if you feel it feel inclined to do so meant it was always a good program but I do like quick books a lot so check that out hopefully that helps the biggest thing just be on the same page again that's origin check it out the way origin main dot com or Jemaine all right jeff diggle says do you have any upcoming hunts what's your gear load outlook currently for German put meat in the freezer and Be Successful I was really excited about that what else what else I will say the I know that I shot oh I don't bring anything with me the only thing I bring out when I sit is I bring my Bo I bring my range finder I use a vortex range finder and then is working on becoming an adirondack forty six or climbing all forty six high peaks would you ever consider coming to the high peaks and doing an order of man hike sure in the brush off to about twenty yards to our left looked over there with with my friend Matt and he saw her put another error owner and eventually we got the thing done but that was a disappointment but it was good that we tractor we are out there for quite a while trying to find her I honestly didn't think we would but we didn't give up is it operates like a single pane double pin technically but it does operate like a single pin site and Yeah I seventy-five heart is this is Andy for Cilla a friend of mine his his his program for building up mental and emotional resilience and grit and that is because it's in the shop getting restrung took a lot longer than I thought so I switched bows to the White Knight tricks I use the spot Har- Fast Eddie site which is thing than us it obviously it's proven to work and and he's got some great some great information so check it out Luke Davis I'm starting school for Business Marketing five almost five years now and it's worked well and I've accomplished a lot physically mentally emotionally and so that's the program that will continue to use but pay seventy five heart is an excellent and I can see that certainly helped a ton of people but again I use the battle planner something I've been using for in different forms in iterations for could and continued to improve as far as my bo I shot the white nitric a usually shoot the Rx one the only reason I didn't shoot that poll seventy pounds draw weight I don't know what else you wanna use as far as what I brought this was a tree hon a white tail hunt so I was hunting from tree stands and tripod I binoculars and that's it it's all I bring and the bow of course scenarios that's all I bring because I don't want a bunch of stuff out there so I'll talk later when I do a spot sounds awesome I would love to do that so Chris if you WanNa give me some details like let's take a look at it and maybe some of the next year but I think that's worth pursuing anything look I'm all about putting paying a thousand and rent a month and wait till I finish school and see where it takes me so there's so many variables to this equation what options are available and what that would look like all right Dylan dextra decks trays Dylan dexterous he says have you considered doing seventy five heart for those of you do not being utilized I think if you were going to buy a home for example and maybe there's home on this land you're looking at that could be potentially turned into a rental then less than three years for a bachelors degree I've been wanting to buy and own land for years do I pull the trigger and hope work will be nearby the growing area or key unions have become the bully I think unions raise prices artificially for consumers which ends up hurting industry and intake is maybe it's a gallon of water I don't know what it is it's sticking to your diet it's reading believe ten pages of a book every single day for seventy five days invested in it that we end up making decisions that aren't prudent wise so step back for a minute ask yourself this is emotionally charged or this is a prudent fortitude. I'm going to butcher this probably a little bit but I believe it's too at workouts per day it's so much water I don't know what the a the vocal says Volk Rehab I really va Volk Rehab. I really don't know specifically what he's referring to but we'll be done reasonable logical decision and then make your decision from there all right Christopher Campbell what is your view on unions and why I am union labor and I know a lot of people do not agree with organize unions frankly I don't like unions I think initially probably started for good reasons but I think that tying yourself into a bunch of land if you don't know what your goal and objective is and you don't know where you'll be might be a misstep but if just be smart make a good choice make a good decision do what's in your best interests don't get emotionally wrapped up in this thing because sometimes that's what happens you know this piece of land comes up and we envision ourselves hunting on it or envisioned ourselves you know raising kids on it or whatever whatever your thing is and we get so emotional in thinking about owning land if you end up getting work somewhere else that land is not going to be used like you can't rent it that might be something worth considering but I tend to lean more towards your schooling get it done I don't know that my own program that I use it's called the twelve week battle planner to ninety day that battle plan designed to push you in the right direction so I think what Andy's doing is amazing I think I got all of them I think you have to take a progress picture you don't need a post it but you need to take it I think those were the qualifications I've considered doing it but quite frankly commerce and I think that it's expensive I think that union dues don't end up being utilized in a way that's most effective for the union if you've always wanted land and there's a right piece that comes up and you know you'll have it forever and want it forever regardless of where you end up then maybe it's worth considering I I would just say be smart income together like this yeah I've got a little different hat here obviously so this is a constant debate whether I should wear a flat brim or a curve Brim Lope they they bully they shut down free trade and commerce and they don't let the market dictated I am somebody who believes in free free but generally speaking and look I'll be the first to tell you I'm I'm limited with my knowledge with unions but again I think they artificially inflate prices it's definitely bullying tactics there and I and I just I don't agree with it all right brandon deem order man low pro trucker hats their bargaining but they're using you as a bargaining chip so there's probably a lot of union guys who listen to this podcast and if that's working for you then by all means great I I think it's a form of socialism in Hawaii and that there's some fat cat sitting at the top skimming off the your your resources and your money maybe Athletic Mesh with a Hook and loop you know to support the cause they had a great one for my I ask but after nightshift this is all I've got thanks for doing what you do now you can't maybe you can lease it out I don't know how much land you're buying but it just becomes this yes technically an asset but it's just sitting over here in the side in his bushy beard have a negative effect on people's perception of you I would answer this very simply for some people yes some people don't like it for other people having a blue shirt on doesn't make you a man that sounds idiotic because it is so some people have a negative perception and other people have positive perception gets in a capitalistic way of operating economics so I think unions are at direct odds with that many times now some people will say well you know I agree nobody even alluded to the fact that that's the case that would be like me saying if somebody who I'm talking to blue shirt on out of the blue randomly to say well always new merchandise check it out store dot org dot com thanks brandon appreciate it all right Jon Boden does okay here we go here's another one does having facial hair such as would have the right to decide whether they're part of the union or not and I don't think that if they decide not to be part of the union that they should be blacklisted or called out the way that they are into becoming out in I would say the next couple of weeks it's called the ranger hat it is a baseball hat a baseball cap so stay tuned for that and we've got some other plans as well for as long as I think you're doing generally what it means to be a man then you get to call yourself as far as hats we do have a new hat that's a beard or is this shirt or is this hair or is it tattoo or piercings or whatever your thing is is going to move me closer to my objective or move me further actually means that they do care so everyone cares and you should you should be conscious about the way that you're presenting yourself and putting your it is necessary as it once was that's that's my take so I hope it works for you I hope it's working well I would just say be wary and I think every employee that they they help their union members by collective bargaining well okay there's there's laws and there's regulations and rules in place and so I don't it really doesn't matter but I think that your style and when I stay style and talking about hair on your head facial hair close manners or and or it doesn't fit your current objectives maybe you're in the military or law enforcement and you're required to shave then by all means do that profile or whatever it's like the topic of debate it's really it's really interesting actually because a lot of the times the guys that say you should men don't wear flats will deliberately and intentionally wear clothes and maybe even not do proper hygiene because they want to signify to the world that they don't care which the way you communicate tone inflection speech vocabulary some guys like to swear a lot that might help them in certain circumstances and might hinder them in certain circumstances so you whatever your mannerisms the way that you present yourself to the public is saying something about you so you just have to ask yourself in the situation in your in is is your style and your presence the way that you present yourself as as a tool that's all it is and again a lot of guys will say well real men don't care about that away from my objective Mcginn whatever that is just make your decisions based on that if having a beard is acceptable and you WanNa have a beard by all means rocket if you don't like beers all right Dwayne classen excuse me at what point or milestone or quote unquote Aha moment during your rebuild did your wife finally are you can only control yourself and I think you ought to have the right motives and intentions because that's GonNa be more real and whether she comes back or doesn't you're going to set yourself and some people that doesn't matter either way I his next couple of questions such as future employment dealing with financial institutions government agencies or the public in general what about that's not true everybody cares about that there isn't a single person who does not care about the way

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142: The Buffalo Plaid Anniversary and a Sweaty, Sweaty Witch

And That's Why We Drink

1:50:13 hr | 1 year ago

142: The Buffalo Plaid Anniversary and a Sweaty, Sweaty Witch

"Video a longtime ago on Youtube and I was twelve and I thought it was hysterical and it was all about Halifax and I watched it every day for I was really into the video and I wish I could remember the it was the same people who did that viral video when we were in high school called power thirst they did and two most importantly I have the reason I'm in love with Canada and I don't want to explain the reason why but I'm going to because otherwise people are going to ask there was the word I was happening a lot of buffalo platinum freak out that was really smooth I thought I what is happening I am officially Canadian well welcome to the will two years and people have never been able to watch me open anything and some others still deal with all our gift exchanges I don't know how or why well we're GONNA find out shit I can I open it oh yeah police I figure now that we finally have a video element to this it's less annoyed I'm sure I've said it on the show before but I have a specific aesthetic that I like to call nature cozy and pretty much if if there's Buffalo Platte at all if it's the number my entire life and that was when I decided I was going to move to Canada one day and before you judge we all watched that video of someone saying Badger Forty Thousand Times in that got a million views so I appreciate this backpack I'll wear it so just open it up I don't know yeah this backpack says Canada on it too does it yeah so I mean I figure it was pretty hard it's called the Halifax that video made me fall in love with Canada so I really don't like the reasoning behind but I still have the race but no way Bandana love it I already I already love everything about it and one of his antlers says Halifax Nova Scotia which one is where Christine was sometimes I told blaze everything was nature cozy and he caught onto the fact that even I invented funeral chic when we knew our love funeral chic by the way a combo the two is just can checkerboard next I see a loose oh yeah he's an old fashioned Moose and it's okay so it's a little moose it's got another checkerboard Buffalo WanNa justice everyone can see my my face the right way all right that's diversion of my reaction I remember what the Hell it put in there I want to say there's nothing I love more than I call and will how nature cozy is this not to sound like a garden but it's printed on leather it is so that makes it extra nature cozy Yes so it is a buffet for those Taylor says Halifax on it is just like a little stamp of approval that I've made full circle here yes I went pretty wild all the whole okay yeah next I already see what club joined your clan don't you just love it welcome to the great side It was a blast I got a backpack with his mind it's full of Canadians I love writing my Canadian ruffles the all dressed which the Canadians hate that Americans say this it does tasty barbecue to me it does but it's really Nana's dead in a cabin that's funeral chic and they chose actually yeah one of my stories I feel like Oh wait good wait okay so here you I know about the titanic in Halifax where all the victims of the titanic are buried you didn't know this either like why are they so upset it kill us right now this is a plaid backpack entirely but there's not like now like a like a smattering of the whole thing is a big we're brought back home to wherever they were from and a lot of the the remainder were all buried in cemeteries in Halifax get here and so this is anyway it's a titanic apply I did not know that look at that double Entendre if you will definitely what that word means exactly here are these are fun plaid coasters that's the Novi kind of fucked up slash genius marketing to keep selling this yeah because I absolutely would want they seem pretty popular they were low on stock so I bought one the address is the Canadian way yeah all right all right thank you for that you're gonna eat those not on the show so people don't complain can you imagine of Halifax and then the The Headline Is Titanic Sinks four hours after hitting iceberg it was like the closest to health X. Wild I had no idea wow and also uh-huh it's from starbucks been their series open across the globe collection ornament Super Kiesel Little Baby Canada Mug all you know tasty I'm GonNa eat the hell out will love barbecue apparently it's like red pepper and onion and it's got a whole bunch of things going on they also have ketchup flavor but I I was I was dieppe guys this is truly this is like and then I found the back hell you put it all in loving this is a some eyeglass lead talk about that but not the titanic probably so but yeah so two thousand people died it was insane it was just like a copy of the paper from the day the Dow it does it's The Times Times in the Halifax or the Times of Health X. which also they had an explosion it was the largest man-made explosion before here Shema oh that was in the Halifax video on Youtube Asleep there's a lot of fucked up people out there included you're included thank you for spending your money on that I'll enjoy ever what's next this little box that says oh that's Scotian plaid specifically stop Nova Scotia Means New Scott New Scotland Guess Latin for new Scotland and so I feel like the hulk when I carry it that's another reason why the MOF I can't ask for more except I can and it's probably in this bag Oh God there's so much in there I'm sorry go ahead they are really into Platte I'm because of Scotland listen legal and other coasters but there are those local Nova Scotian plaid I'm sweating the timing because my birthday this year Christine surprised me with my lumberjack nature cozy birthday party where I took home all the buffalo plot Napkins and last week Tanna and then we went on a ghost tour obviously and they were like Oh yeah all of the victims it was the closest port so they were all brought here somehow some of them were buried at sea summit definitely from the Canadian dollar store I had to buy some stuff at the Canadian dollar short why wouldn't use was the I think one of the things I was one of them it's just an eye glasses case I just thought it was funny oh no I'm GonNa put sorry there's a lot of shows but what is going on do you know about this no holy crap I was like I wonder if knows about the titanic yeah yeah I thought it was just kind of cute I was like I have to I mean I'm going to drink I'm GONNA do a Lotta shots at chocolate milk outta this espresso but the people watching on youtube this tiny syrup on it it's got mittens it's got hockey stuff as Scott Putin on it's got oh it does and it's got a little beanie and a ski mask and a mounties paper Napkin I'm the messy one in this relationship I see some chocolate coins those are loonies those are chocolate loonies chuck does or the other candidate Donald Canada dollars good to now so that was what oh on the it's on the outside of this backpack I learned as big buffalo planning on the inside is little buffalo shit out of these they're a very lovely plot is the trademarked Nova Scotia Plaza yes that is there so like Montreal has a different plaid get out of here Nova Scotian plot I'm going to be I know I was losing it something I'm going to start collecting everyone's going to hate me for it I'm glad I started I'm GonNa love it goes feels it's an easy gift teasing thank you and next a white silhouette of a Moose and cursive it's as Canada on Buffalo plus I don't know what's interesting actually is that these come in as someone who loves things that rhyme an cartoon and Canada also claims that they are a local of Health X. I'm I'm such a local I don't even have to know losses I'm sure if you hit something in here you know I should have that I didn't that was my last stop so those are I love the into a dollars although USD or is it Kurt that looks like something I'm GonNa wear for the rest of my life and nothing else I see I see patches of buffalo plaid everywhere it's a zip up it says Halifax that was a good thing I thought I'd throw it out this announce the beaver on your boob every everyone on youtube comments oh my goodness all right so I appreciate Weird Grandpa one day that just collect plaid swatch please I almost bought you because we were at the airport in Montreal and Toronto and I was like what if I bought do they all have their own man at the finished out that pack of Napkins and now I have more Buffalo Plaid Napkins literally mentioned that subconsciously I think I remember it because I was like M. Needs Napkins on this why the fuck would md Napkins plane. I my show by the way in Canada our show you're in the pajamas listen we know who is steamrolling who on that stage and it was me I was silent doc but like we don't really have this here apparently I looked it up in their opening like three stores and so I was like better get it on the ground for my God go a hit but said I'd be weird your boobs area because that's fuzzy looking first time yet it's nice little beaver he's just like we'll sell to touch my I put on this Canadian sweatshirt and it's hot I saw you come in here with a sweatshirt like you're gonNa that's a rookie mistake there they if this brand they're called roots which I'm sure you can easily things are proportionally not going to buy the real big manganze like no this one's cue you can just hang it wherever you don't need to feel like you're lugging Moose and it's got Snowville Scotia there's a nice little trimming on the match look at my trimmings to top it literally is the same trimming where's this from the same store no oh this is from the root store that's When we had the show that Christine guest starred on and in Canada so many of you brought me Canadian up and I have blown through all Canadians are so join a looney toon army you've got to be there dollar call the looney store no but it should be certainly should be they should have bugs bunny just selling these it was called a dollar abut chocolate loonies actually brought you a looney toon but they're downstairs somewhere oh I love a good looney toon I had to do it so they're not so you know but so yeah you like touristy stuff yeah I stay away from the from the tourist titanic ignore my giant bag of Torchy's act double excess all right thank you for by the way I have not thanked you know my gosh I'm just glad I'm just blacking out actually this is the front pocket a little four tour stores and three like grocery store for the chips and the candy on Christine's anniversary by the way this was on her wedding day next up is something I've never seen in my life so that's a local candy to a Canadian candy it's called eat more so I looked up the most popular candy in or most commonly educated or for a diamond in the shape of Canada or something or Canada the size of I don't know what the fuck you said it doesn't make any sense but I loved it this is something from Jennifer I see more Buffalo Platt are these just snapped fanatic into the Meuse I I love it as sort no that was actually the touristy store oh I'm down so Canadian most Canadian candies and a lot of them were like from cadbury or like British companies but the race one of them I've never seen this ever dark toffee here it is a new one oh I did not know this there's more stuff and there is there's another thing okay well in the last big part of it there is sizes trying them on and which is as you say okay you're you're you're getting a quadrant if it doesn't make it work and it's actually an eight ornament and there's little bear in there he looks way way Happy Way Cozy Nature Co. Nature Cozy and The science as I am in Nova Scotia bear here the bump people seem to find your car because it literally has the most M on it yeah a lot of people have literally found my car and taking pictures of it and then Dion instagram saying I found your car that means you're nearby right you got me to mugs for my birthday after we vowed to never by each other a mug ever again we have both of our partners have made it very clear we're not allowed to buy another Mug ever against anybody first of Nova Scotia another story went to just a local handmade store okay I'm down in Halifax where are we going with this deep peanut chew sounds right up my alley I don't know I was just at the groceries either from why were you in so many random convenience stores candidates had a conference and I was in seven I went to seven of Maple Syrup to get the local which I'm out of Canadian Maple Syrup you Canadians by the way I know you're like stereotypically Nice but you guys really are bananas Nice when we had thank you this full gear so sweet you know you don't need like million ornaments but I'll find a reason for them Alison I hate me I don't care if she's GonNa hate me it's terrifying hosted your license plate on the L. O. L. A. Law Luggage decal which will be going on my suitcase is the Canadian flag I thank you I love it to bring you lots of cheer to wish you well and all you do so happiness will follow you listen you're from Canada you're GonNa do nothing but good wishes for me but I love the the reminder dollar store purchase I don't know what that is a Luma O. M. Gashi of so much learning okay a looney dollar Oh and A and a two knees or two dollars Eva and yet all three of us always come home with new mugs listen I bought a mini one that doesn't count I'm just grabbing all these at one point at one time but I'm just going to look at them individual okay so this good boxes smarties these AK Canadian slash European Eminem Better EMINEM STARE I say I love era so these are the most places like L. Fax it was in Gosh Mahone Bay and there was a little ribbon and I was still pretty bitter that I haven't been verified on instagram and you have so I bought you the all possible and God it's only the paper anniversary this year because the diamond ones going to be a riot I would like a diamond the size of Canada they died yes I'm glad that I was on the forefront of your mind on your wedding to intimidate people which by the way I had to learn about over dinner so that that was my punishment for all ought to learn how to put tubes down to your punishment you really did your punishment was a gift to me this is just bananas this low Moose an empty suitcase and I'm sure blaze was like how what this is what happens when I leave you alone in your best friend's favourite countries on our anniversary to go to a conference sort of consider this your annual thank you for literally marrying you emily literally tax would be like this better become a tradition and I was like for you I would like something as my thank you for making it happen before I left by the way in case you guys are wondering I got rejected for it like five days after got approved and so nobody seems a lot of people have been saying why isn't Chris Internees I saw on a list arrows some good ass chocolate and it's got the popping sensation I love a good aero love good air now this is something that I found in a store in Oh is it oh perfect decal of Halifax which will be on my car today figured like laptop car or whatever you want car if you want to know my car looks like it'll have this on ribbon it's those most likes on Instagram Hashtag no field felt like I was being followed around by my shame Canadian shame I could it was it was just me steen it's not because we're not trying it's not like Christine you have to request it I was like Oh what a novel idea I got the podcast verified but I can't get myself you might Canadians spirit just following around being like try and verified and urine Canada yes and I literally kept checking because I had I had requested a few days it happens when you when you get a house guys stay in an apartment in a small small space and you WANNA end up with extra suitcases of things because you'll move in somewhere and you'll go oh this is with gifts like you guys mail us gifts and I'm like these are international like it's expensive but you somehow mail a syrup the Times you have a lot of coming because why do I fucking love your syrup all right uh-huh I am at a loss of words I was like I know there's a lot of things you don't need more but I figure I did I actually Napkins and coasters I need it all this is the first thing I don't even remember anymore oh it's so low ornament Nova Scotia plaid but read the little thing there's a little Nova Scotia plaid stocking they're five now you just gotTa Use Q. Christine that's the problem anyway you haven't succeeded in that I can't do it it's too much work so well you are thank you for all the everything home and nobody else will help me but what happens when we decided on day one that year house would have the studio that's true that will drive down that's your punished for the very purpose of buying presents so that makes I it's like you're on tour all over again when we when we were on tour Christine would always bring an empty suitcase because we he's today and I saw someone leave their apartment in jacket because it's just has not even been that cold and so long like we lived in Boston like we understand what cold how much space we can't fit it and to be fair all of are the things that we get one where super grateful for but sometimes you get things like a haunted horse that brings in demons and that's why he's because it's literally the same trimming I know I think Canada I think they dislike that there I will be I'm I'm not gonNA wear now it's so fucking hot I walked around with it with that's the truth works that's the truth you feel it you have an empty house you fill it with ghosts that's just how logic and mathematics work my dad's engineer I'm very jealous that Christine gets to like mint my punishment is too low yeah you're right I I always get to bring home the Canadians we also do the gift videos here so we really just load up in this house of St now you hold onto it it's already been tainted by the environment yet yeah so although here and look at it and admire it and then you how's it with your demons of all the candy and stuffed animals and cool books and paintings from everyone but I would easily trade off that for not having been the thing is every time leaves I'm like hey do you want it's just you lose it you really do I feel like I used to have tough skin like I walk around we were there during the blizzard in two thousand forty s and I feel like I had really tough skin the art I dance song aw by kit more which was really sweet and then and then he got me the IP tickets to the ruin my favorite all time anyway thank you for everyone watching an experiencing that yes anyway so I just wanted to give you some key Canadian cheer but I had a great time in Canada thank you it was cold for me I mean it was in the forties at certain points and raining long I don't even know what that is remember when I freaked out the first time I saw Canadian fruit by the foot oh no oh yeah no I didn't even look for that lost my mind I expected that a little bit accounts in Canada's better sorry I'm not I'm not if you are yet anyway I feel like I wrote some things down that I have to say before we get started otherwise I'll forget then but if I were to go back there and experience a now I would be such a little bit and it's really sad how how quickly you lose it but anyway thank you for all of us I'm surprised there was no fruit along that's okay I ate literally there they've a meter by the meter that would be way more fun they I remember when we went to Vancouver and then if I ever want elders come borrow it that's like the never give Geo I'm like I sit around like having to deal with locking them every day and then you come over to play and then leaves how wonderful that gift is but for people to understand for some reason we must have the same booking manager or something because every single time we've gone to events in there and it was really nice so it was technically our paper anniversary we didn't know what to do with that so he got me the vinyl of Music Festival called Innings Festival in Tempe Arizona next year where three of my favorite bands of all time are performing didn't even know about this death cab for Cutie it's so many wonderful wonderful guests from people will be like I was gonna say either but it was just being like how many bags do you need and I'm like this was literally empty because I'm going to easily one to two to three boxes just on principle because it looked I in my brain told me it tasted better to I am a met sally does though anything but it was really lovely and I feel like I finally got like fall like it was beautiful and the fall leaves and everything it was just a little chilly wasn't totally I prepared I don't know what that to keep the apartment so that your co host has to the hottest because there's no reason 'em should have it I have an S. bear closet that now has ghosts in it so and then I got him Oh a giant book of our wedding photos which took me way too long to put together I can confirm every time okay so did it up oh I wrote down can I just tell you what blaze got me for university because I thought it was nice yeah okay so we had our anniversary in Canada because blaze's conference and I just followed it was fun I like how for him like the papers like tickets or paper yeah I think he's like well I try he actually tried to order tickets and they were like Oh yeah you have to pay extra means anymore I forgot what chilies does like packed for Chili and then I showed up and realized I had not even a little bit packed for sure I was like why on earth that I think this would be enough layer eighty degrees else know what a surprise anyway so it was really good and I was really happy and I wish you were there I miss you the whole time so instead of just went shopping trust me I wish I was in Canada oh I felt so that was my fault and then what else oh and then you already saw the other one was like one of our wedding readings yes the one lisa read so Lisa literally never escapes that's why they call it really works out for your favor so one day you'll be an Christine and I'm going to get such a punishment back harm is gonNA kick my ass I'm GonNa it's GonNa be good I was like God damn it and so I miss her tour and I was so bummed about it so blaze found out they were doing this Kosovo festival yes thank you any bought like the like platinum tickets weezer and Rainbow kittens surprise Oh my God and following around the country we've been following rainbow can surprise I it's not gloss over discover pods is seeking nominations for their twenty nine hundred podcast awards they have kids and family podcast section last year C. 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Classic Kevin's show Murzyn monsters got to the finals section but didn't win so I'm hoping maybe we can get him further this year voting ends like this Tuesday when this comes out okay voted but I urge you guys to vote because it's such a good show university that is exactly what it is and also I wanted to add that I was just recently on Adam Fares podcast where we talked about he and his wife or Super Great We and I was like Oh my God what does that mean and it's like front row and all this stuff and I was so excited I guess he does Cabbie and Weezer and the streets and oh my gosh it's going to be great anyway when what is that do you know in March march march march March Yeah I'm very excited anyway so that's awesome I didn't bring you but I think blazed probably wouldn't have been super onboard for that part but she would been fine he would have been way fine you really should of just I mean you were going without him complain about anything with all these let's see what to talk about today Oh yeah my notes okay for hard copy tickets that's weird how the world's changing and they don't mail them until after the festival so he's like I just gave up and like printed out instead of here's and he's such a good friend of ours and it would be just so awesome to get them further than the finals this year and that is a awards dot discover pods dot com boom boom slash drink ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire a little known fact about me is that other pretty sweaty inviting you you just jumped off I should have done to he wouldn't have been surprised by the addition no I would just show up I would have been actually folded into that empty suitcase that you brought it said talked about true crime and go st things and he's obsessed with forensic files so we have that in common in East Brunswick Lisa so we talked about how is friend whose another host on the show has ghost who stands over his bed at night I talked about that it's called Adam for our podcast and I'm on that and then real quick I just wanted to add that like really one of our first blisters ever where we were like do you know this person not you know one day he just followed both of us on twitter and we didn't know what was going on hey guys excuse us telling you are current stories for the week and let me tell you another story real quick about quotable co-founder Gretchen hubner hiring can be I've Seen Christine put together a scrapbook she gets bananas intense with I want every photo Vienna eleven hundred photos so it's like this is never ended show and like who are you your best friend and your worst nightmare you just don't even know you touched the chair remember the haunted chair and he's around that's why we have to stay on has talk about C. 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So if I've not convinced you guys I think you should try it out for yourself so this is a fun story that someone recommended to me dammit I forgot to write it down actually hang on a second maybe I have in my bag I thought you meant the someone I went to a school called SIA new if you're not from Virginia you probably don't know what that school is it's fine but I was driving the car parked on the side of the street that had like four different show nuts I'll put it on the Youtube Okay Eve up I'm texting you in the next forty five minutes okay so this is a story that's actually it close to where I went to school for those who don't know I went to school in a town of Virginia called Newport News just look at car you'll find out you will well that's how a lot of people have found me his decal from when he was a student there and so it showed the year that that like decal was valid for parking and it said allows twenty fourteen I'm close to twenty four night we hung out and was like I'll bring my girlfriend she also went to see noon is from our year and I found them on facebook and before I even met them I like was creeping on them like CNN decals on it and I like halted my car and I had a pullover to be like what is going on I've never seen another person from seeing you out here and had e- still had candida backpacker was like how could you possibly have it in the Buffalo Plaid Oh my God you know what I'm just going to tell me I'll put it on -sation and we really wanted because I was driving through la I won't say where but I was driving through La and all your posts yeah and I and and found out that we had like sixty mutual friend angsty sixty holy and what are the odds of that very slow them yeah I didn't yeah yeah I well well because I wrote it down and then and it doesn't matter m okay well I'll just have recommended it on twitter ten even put it in Oh them but we knew so many people in between us and I found out that we actually we were in some of the same classes together we went to the same restaurants all the time on the same days together that's bizarre like we were definitely in rooms together and never met and but yeah so it's very weird it's still a new friendships I'm afraid like Asim manifesting this into the world they're gonNA ghost meet tonight but so far so good and we've had really good hangouts and I've got two new friends all because of some senior decals on a car no no no we were talking about something where like anyone with social anxiety would have probably had had would have been nervous in that situation and I don't suffer from social anxiety and I remember telling you as someone without social anxiety I was freaked out so you definitely hearing you after that I went what I don't understand what that means means but okay I was saying anyone would be uncomfortable in that scenario well maybe that's why you're verified maybe that's why that's exactly it actually I called instagram since I don't have social anxiety Christine Twenty uh-huh Pungo Congo it's now Virginia beach but he's be called Pungo funds should never have changed that never ever no love the sound of it it's a good one so it's whole time and I I could feel her sweating get past it yeah I bet the Wichita Pungo it is set in early seventeen hundreds and prince and county slash what about Fredericksburg coming up I can't say end of the story it's only fun for me anyone who lives within thirty miles and my new friend I know his name treats everyone knows is called prince in so it was just a little nod Resitvo I've I've heard I've heard that before okay also there's another fund any no I did not call instagram nobody asked me what their numbers Okay so yeah actually asked me because I'll give you I'll give you like Iran talking about something and I was like Oh God I was so nervous and you were like yeah for someone without social anxiety and I was like no wonder I've no fucking Ongo Virginia which is now Virginia Beach our main character her name is Grace White Sherwood she was alive from sixteen sixty to seventeen it's in the Hampton roads area where if you are from Virginia you already knew that but it's near Virginia beach and so this person on twitter reached out and said hey there's this I have two new friends so don't make fun of my decals maybe it'll get me somewhere to someone want to be my friend no not even me I'm just stuck at this point we pay urban legend of a witch Virginia can you cover that so I said of course I can't so this is the story of the witch of punk like I said it's now Virginia Beach but fun fact called Pungo auspey called Princess Anne County which is interesting because I as someone who grew up in Fredericksburg Virginia our main one of our main like I don't think I'm going to listen to it anymore because I feel like I learned a lot about you in that in like you weren't there to like help break down the context of it and I was like that's a fair other girls shrieking and Haley was like soy listen to one of the episodes and she mentioned in a good way before anyone gets all up in arms but she was like I don't think I'm GonNa keep listening and she meant it in like I want to go yes yes yes yes and also in Virginia evidence is quote obtain Oh sorry I did these notes a week ago so excuse me trying to act like I did this recently thirty and this story takes place where she's in her forties she is believed to be a witch and Virginia and this was around the same time as the Salem witch trials but Virgin Kenya was much different than Salem during these times Virginia's much more conservative about claiming people were witches they believed in like having some sort of like structure a proof that you weren't a witch or that you were which in Salem you need proof that I was right right right so very differences suddenly not innocent till proven yes we'll give you ems number and be like here calling you giving you on my number so anyways so back to see new slash Newport News Virginia it's in the it's no you organically not find out about you through the show Oh my God no but alerted never meet with you until she gets up well it's probably for the best imagine if you just became friends with me and then find out being defeated I dunno on the grounds you in the corner crying on the ground so I would need proof but but in Salem courts you the actually the think Christine's a witch I would need through example just as an example like if I told you Christina Ricci obviously which I would need in Virginia before just claiming someone was a wet shots nice yeah go Virginia novel idea so in for example in Virginia courts the accuser someone like saying oh good okay so but but at the end of the day no one died from being accused of witchcraft. I don't know how good of a statement that is I mean it's better than what you can fun fact in Virginia alone in the seventeenth century there were nineteen known witchcraft cases okay but all but one of them ended in person who was being accused of Bingo which had to have proof of otherwise I to be taken serious okay well that's nice that's more than normal feel like so like if in Virginia I would have to it to have proof before they would even take seriously fortunately you have plenty of that I look in this room there are so many like Pentagram and spell book literally have hot adults the killings really I say that with a grain of salt because even though there were no executions there was you'll find out there was attempts wasn't In Virginia evidence quote obtained super naturally was ignored while in Salem courts would convict based solely on it so wow okay they were like l. usually leave their county in sixteen eighty grace married a farmer slash planter named James and would help him on the land through another avenue that I was a fucking clown reverend yes I can't imagine because that's literally what happened to me but reminding the world of it but so she she yeah no he has named Ed Ed and his girlfriend's name is Haley Ed inhale in both of them are wonderful and they found out after hanging out with me that I had a podcast he all you have is paranormal proof that no one else can like confirm them we can't do anything about it and we kind of like using their brains a little bit logical yeah I grew their own herbs and she specifically was really into gardening to heal animals and people okay oh so like what people do now in there were no executions for witchcraft in Virginia that's good so a very different very different story than sued incredible how different okay I mean we'll make him like only the finest organically source fruits and then he eats I literally pay for Elliot how you say we will do it but I mean true you feed him for had a sense of humor me were trousers instead of address me ll which apparently was unusual for the time which is also what people say about me fries but yeah I will literally pay for a stupid food because I'm like I want him to be healthy and then he'll eat a snickers bar a full stickers off the ground I will panic and he won't even have a stomach ache wear pants we'll also it's unusual apparently because people said that she was wearing pants but also was attractive and so people she active apparently she just was threatening people left and right who actually knows why allegedly she was threatening everybody in some way but specifically the wives in town and so they started son's named John James and Richard and she was said to also be a midwife okay sh this is how she described to people attractive me tall me stories of her so her looks and personality were known to have attracted local men and threatened their wives while also threatening the men at the same time because a lot of people so actually in Harper's magazine they wrote that she was a quote secretive made and her neighbors were they told envious pursuing the accusers the first allegation was in sixteen ninety eight when a neighbor named grace our neighbor claimed that grace bewitched his crops and basically that allegation created a huge slew of more allegations to come through the next decade so accusations coming get her she eventually was charged with witchcraft several times she was said to have ruined many people's crop she was known to have bewitched or killed livestock she was known to conduct storm rumors so that their husbands wouldn't be attracted her anymore I feel like that's how a lot of those which stories start though like yeah you just don't like someone say something young beautiful women and then the so grace and her husband tried to sue these neighbors for slander but lost every time they ended up having to pay the court costs every single time so she would kinda get out I don't know so so Grace Yes oh grace was helping her husband James on the land she was known to grow her own herbs to heal people and animals they had three terms she was accused to have quote assumed the form of a black cat enter a neighbor's home jump over her bed with her and understand why they were liking a woman ants which was I got that from only one article but I thought it was whether or not that's true I thought it was an interesting per away yes exactly research artisanal peanut butter for GEOS trump gio eats trash off the sidewalks reasons is because there's a legend or a rumor that grace actually ro rosemary over from England and stowed it all in a hollowed out eggshell people talk about I haven't heard it before but I guess different parts of Virginia Beach have a lot of rosemary everywhere and one of the right so Elizabeth Hill is now sued for assault and battery and the next month Elizabeth Hells husband who still mad about it accused grace of bewitching basically he was a shitty farmer and his crops and Grassley and he was like it's grace's fall can blame anything in somehow people will find a way to make it work into witchcraft yes they it never worked people kept citing slander one of the rumors about grace was also that part actually became a town legend that apparently is still something get him like you are like an iron stomach very creepy very maybe a witch what wait a minute wait a minute you're onto something he's a familiar oh all over something and grace ended up suing her for assault and battery and one O. J. necessarily defending herself up first artisanal peanut butter to their dogs a thousand also yeah yea so actually we're finding although like to for someone to wear pants back than a woman so according to an article by this time by the time her husband had passed quote Princess Anne County had obviously grown tired of Mrs Sherwood as a general nuisance they're being death yeah so Grace Grace Sherwood she was born the sixteen sixty s to John and Susan White in Virginia probably Pungo because at the time people don't early clearly a a rough time for and happened after her husband died so she wasn't always able to even pay off the court costs anymore shitty then she's more vulnerable right yeah so it's ideally where all the accusations came from they were all from threatened wives sure there were at least a dozen lawsuits either of people accusing her witchcraft and now parts of Virginia Beach especially Princess Anne County nowadays has risen everywhere because she must have planted at when she was involved with Oliver Herbs Okay and because she was there were so many allegations the courts were getting annoyed with her because every single week it was just like we just went through this and now you're a fucking wish again not the one even after grace's husband died later accusations from neighbors continued and courts just claiming that she was a witch she couldn't get out of this his wife and causing the miscarriage between the couple so right so he's now saying oh well she only you up because you bewitched her into beating you up Ugandan horse hiding in your closet you once again and funk eleventh strikes back can't win we WanNa make a movie cover of that long yeah either they all hate you or your which God and the county justices had two juries during the trial the two they were like well we already thinks she's a witch so there was a louis not allow men into the jury when like I feel like later centuries it was like oh all men on the jury right exactly Oh my gosh a lot of people didn't like that they liked her because yourself she wasn't socially deep acceptably so the wrong with you right here right she threatened actually brought to trial for witchcraft she had kind of gotten a slip through the cracks yeah beforehand but now her husband also isn't there defender so now she's going to trial so the court decided suppo- no no I see okay pregnancy miscarriage understood and so they ended up conveniently after a month later of Elizabeth having these were only of women but some of the women had been people who had previously accused her witchcraft so the juries were biased and then left through the Keyhole Oh my God so a shape shifting angry aggressive cat with deccan fit into a keyhole Jesus okay sure as I what's happening basically it sounds to me with the with a few pieces of information I had been given found Grayson Elizabeth got in a fight in her body for quote Demon Suckling teats plot that she was breastfeeding the devil or something these in been charged with Assam battery the husband and decided to press charges okay on grace for causing the miscarriage God it okay so that was the only time that Grayson I'm telling you both juries nicely enough refused to carry out the searches that's good but the woman did look for markings on her body in general that might have and brands of the devil so they like checked her out I guess just like an uptown yeah they did find to quote marks not like there craft in her house again she's an herbalist right right so they found a whole lot of stuff or they could have found a whole lot of stuff and the second panel was ordered to examine we women but also only women who think specifically want for a reason so the first panel was ordered to go to grace's home and look for any item suggesting there was which of witchcraft it's believed that because waters considered pure it would reject which is so if they were to throw you into the water you would just like any other woman and I don't know any shocking I don't know what else that found a birth mark exactly they didn't have they found some wild freckles right so they did that she had been accused so many times of witchcraft that they just had to be suspicious at this point they're like it's been like ten years and people keep saying shut these people can't be Elizabeth beat her up or was at least charged with Assam battery so I think in spite or yeah in retaliation the husband than found a way to accuse which again it'll be so sad but the the promise of at least being buried on consecrated ground if you're innocent oh well worth it if you have eight that's great I'm not gonNA check though so the county justices again believe there was a great cause of suspicion and decided that she must prove her regardless of how many more times we have to do paperwork because of you oh my gosh so in December seventeen o five grace got in a fight with a woman in town named Elizabeth bad the sheriff tied a thirteen pound Bible around her neck my God and pushed her overboard into the Lynn Haven River near which duck point oh how sad so ducking is not any way of proving your innocence you just there it's just a way to kill you truly without saying learning that when I was little understood being like a shoreline examined her body for devices to make sure she wasn't escaping or China she had like a trick a person to get out of it they covered her with a sack they cross your arms and they cross your feet tie your thumbs to your big toes oh I didn't know that Oh so that way you're kind of like in a weird Canon ball situation but not well ironically the ducking was postponed until five days later because they feared that the weather might harm her health which was what you wouldn't want that so real irony of that and it's like Oh we don't understand this is the moment I just realized humanity will never make sense right exactly oh my goodness so ducking is being tied across bound so basically take your two thumbs in a sense so on July fifth seventeen sixes is probably six months after her trial began the justices ordered a trial by ducking today title thumbs or her toes and six of the justices road in one boat two hundred yards out to the river in an another both there was a sheriff the magistrate and Grace Ourselves really she didn't die somehow she untied herself and survived and she was pulled out of the water and interestingly enough as soon as she got out of the wall and just to give her more trouble in courts and said like well we just had a miscarriage I must have been her fault oh it was like a literal miscarriage they had a little miss oh I thought you meant like the miscarriage of justice you find that but they've never looked for any witchcraft items they never looked at her boobs I guess her demon suckling teats which is what everyone should start calling them by the way replace what's that so oh no I know what this is so if you don't know ducking is it was a way for back then women to prove their innocence order people said that there was this massive downpour that started and drenched everyone and they thought that she must have done it because she was already accused of conjuring storms my God just evidence in general of like okay well she survived the drowning so evidence proves that she's a witch if we're going off of that theory and witches were to be float to the top if you were a witch it so is asked backwards because they're pretty much deciding no matter what you're dead because if they throw you overboard is named which duck point because of the story it sounds so cute until you know what it means like Oh witchy duck nope we'll duck with a hat on nope grace was almost murdered here click front ways hog shirt and then they just drop you in the water so that's what they did to her again if she sang she would drown be innocent hurry just body positivity love are you listening third love for for your Demon Suckling teats pat drink how many you have it but if she floated she was a witch like I wonder how you could fly I wonder if anyone they must have some of the must've floated right I mean so oh wouldn't want to harm your potential definite drowning we wouldn't want to catch a cold before we drown just before you can't breathe underwater to God five women on earned but to burn women was a thing unknown in Virginia so this was the only I don't know if this was the only time but this is one of the few times where there was a someone survived I don't think this ducking thing all over again can't win either way so evidence proves that grace was a witch so witches should be burned but Virginia had literally never burned a woman before and they're like factor but it's really my neglect of my own information our brains will make any excuse weekend yeah exactly I'm too tired onto a week Oh yes which I've never used by the They say that if she wasn't jail than she was in jail until the national like witchcraft hysteria kind of died down so which would have been like a decade or so so her property that she inherited from her husband was temporarily given to the county before seventeen fourteen which is another reason people think that she might have gone to jail because no one was a lot of people say that she ended up going to jail for several years but there is like there's no real proof of that there's no records that she was in jail okay if she did go to jail she got out sometime before seventeen fourteen because there are records as seventeen fourteen that she paid back taxes on property so if she went to jail fucking about two so which is Bravo off congratulations so grace was ordered to be brought to a future trial however king also since there were no executions in Virginia I don't know if that means nobody else was ever drowned or no one else was inducted I guess they don't consider the execution this last night and then have the time you're like I don't know because I wrote a week ago yeah there's there's no way in which I know the information I'm the same way I just think it's time you would think would be so they think like oh she survived and now she's having her last laugh because now she's making everyone get wet I just don't like on the east coast blaming someone for the weather is like the most absurd like we can't burn a woman but we can drown or anything put in the lake and see what happened we'll just if she survives that's her call put a sack overhead exactly exactly fucked up Stephen l a blizzard and all of a sudden I'd be like that's a witch for sure definitely doing some Christina's meditating too hard dark magic with that artisanal peanuts and you float will now you're which Nafta Bernie statement kill you but if you sink you're not a witch you're now just a dead human trimming there was no records of anything going on on her at the time so while the county took the property for that certain amount of time she was able to recover her property by seventeen as I say to every person who is willing to listen but the only two things like famous things to come out of Fredericksburg are Danny McBride Fourteen with the help of Virginia's Lieutenant Governor Alexander spotswood who is the namesake to the county that I'm from spot seleny account so I will it was it was only for so long fun fact Oh this is the part where I think the parts coming up Fredericksburg Fredericksburg fat late sack no okay oh I didn't know it was happening I thought he lost just like your sons of English for a moment you know all about to my world so so right I guess it's a trial I don't know maybe I wrote about it later we'll find out half the time you're like I don't know has no record of another trial so there's a chance that the charges were dropped because they didn't know what to do with her they're like we tried to drown her Italy where we did all that we know how to do sit on fire now Fredericksburg is chick filet sauce the special sauce those are the only two things ever come out of Fredericksburg Virginia other one is m we're the TRIFECTA I am one of those people that has to be very picky with US and I've been using their coconut vanilla For a very long time now and I swear by it I love you know that they know that so I live my favorite words of the second language of mine is one of my favorite words I so I grew up in Fredericksburg which was the mhm he also grew up one street over from Princess and by the way Oh and he went to the same high school at Deirdre win two and the other thing that came out of when I grew up in but I grew up in spots Levin two county which is just like the most like let's just a bad redneck thing I've ever heard love it also remember so the only two things I've said this probably before better but if an fucking Virginia it rains I mean God so there there's a quote that says evidence proved that grace was a witch out hall Danny McBride are you listening actually damaged brides little sister went to see a new also and she went to school on the same floor or she her dorm was on the same floor as verify on twitter. One day I'll manifest this now me and Danny McBride eating chick-fil-a sauce together that would be like all that should be in town hall at Fredericksburg Oh yeah because there were so many storms around and so many loitering black cats it became a trend in the town for locals to kill every cat they could find time it's it's going to hurt your feelings second we're not gonNA like this okay Eve plug your ears because there were so many rumors that she was associated with the Devil Family Spotswood I wish I wrote it down but I was like no one will want to note this I mean here I am apparently spots Vania is Latin for rumor has it that her sons quote put her body near the fireplace and a wind came down the chimney and her body disappeared amid the embers with the only clue which only further perpetuated this rumor that she was a witch because there were a lot of storms that showed up and loitering black casts everywhere disaster that is a lovely lovely taking her after she died unnatural storms loitering black hats came soon after so all these random disasters began happening after she died but there's just crickets he I bring him up at all because he was on I think Jimmy Kimmel and Oh yeah I remember this and there is hey to put their stupid human talk society into the world so every black cat that the townspeople found for that year they killed and this ended up cloven hoof print oh my gosh so up until she died people still thought that she was potentially a witch and the devil took her body she was still like midwife spots spots or spots would or oh it's literally Latin for spotswood Yeah I was GonNa say 'cause Silva means forest so that makes sense Siragusa spots us ended up standing for over two hundred years it was just bulldoze in two thousand two what she is thought to be buried somewhere under the trees near the intersection of Pungo ferried adding to Princess Anne County seventeen forty three rat infestation because all the cats were gone shocker so you did it to yourself guys since then her I'm sorry how do humans come up with this shit you would think they were so progressive about knock killing or not burning a woman but they're gonNA kill every cat I mean it's just like they find a way then I guess during one of his interviews on Jimmy Kimmel they did a bit where they like showed him his old high school teachers and had to figure he like he tried to remember their names road and Princess Anne road or she and actually so I couldn't I didn't understand it very well either it's thought that she's buried on those roads they all went to the same high school so deirdre confirm those we're not actors they were real teachers that's pretty funny so so anyway property was she was able to recover it from the county during midwife right if you think she's a witch but you also want her to be the first person that helps you with your baby I mean she has all those teats she has a lot of d or She's buried on another property or that Rome might be on the property I'm not sure if it's the same thing said two different ways to different places but what because governor Alexander Spotswood spot Selena County one day helps her recover property they didn't name it spotswood county they literally just made up spots and Jimmy Kimmel was like you grew up in spots Vania county what the hell kind of word is that I was like yeah that's right so anyway and wasn't it like Deirdre's teachers to lose your and don't worry about it not going to happen so in seventeen forty grace died at eighty years old oh wow but she lived out the rest of her life on that farm as a midwife eamon suckling teeth your birthing demon it's entirely possible or maybe there is just like somehow even more progressive people in Virginia who were down with the witch thing they're like Ooh it could understand was she's either buried under some trees at the intersection of Pungo Ferry Road and Princess Anne Road and or she is buried on the property of the ferry plantation which is Virginia's most haunted building and in case you are either you haven't listened to back episodes or your new here and this is your first episode My best friend Deirdre who was this was the staff that I was trying to remember earlier so to answer our earlier question grace's the only convicted whichever tried by water in Virginia so she's the only ever potentially were a day to the exact day of her ducking governor Tim Kaine pardoned her and in two thousand seven a statue of Grace was put on the lawn at Bayside Hospital calling grace whatever anyway I like the raccoon I feel kinda random yeah anyway that's the story of the Wichita Pango so wait so she was the only person to ever be exonerates one of our first healers Oh wow and the statue is near the old prince and county courthouse where grace was tried and it's only one mile west of her ducking point to the same school that Jane McBride went to she was on her show episode nineteen and that was the story that she covered Oh 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You know I mean people you know I'm sure spots Vania county has some murderers yacht doesn't know cat candidate okay fine so walker there was no evidence of any crimes being committed so there wasn't much they could do and it took about ten years for things to finally happen and this year they wrapped up so I'm just going to give you like super topical it was and I was super invested in this and then I was like wait a second I'm literally going to Canada and like three days so I got very excited about this and she had sent me these notes but they were like from Feb right so there was some tension in the home macarthur would often side with his mother and his father did not like that and also later Macarthur's said that his father was super strict and he felt that of random religion it's Super Fun and then yes I can relate here's m just like saying that our father to win here I am identifying as Jewish but also like saying the Lord's prayer from Toronto he had a reputation at school for being a teacher's pet he didn't really fit in with other kids he was known for writing out the other kids he was and I think there's darkness in every place and you guys may be executed some people but you stopped earlier than we did so you already have us beat on I do the ignorance is harper just stop breathing and I forgot how are you I'm back oh by the way I'm having heartburn so if you see faces so it's fine he married his high school sweetheart whose name is Janice Campbell when he was twenty three they had two children a daughter and a son and the early nineties macarthur came out to his wife but begin living openly as gay got it and this is when he started having a four year relationship with another man and he also started work as a traveling salesman worker and a landscaper okay and this is where things ghetto day wire hill get it he's a landscaper that one's not good at least I'm not GonNa be the second I'm scared of anything okay and here I am just watching blindly just with popcorn don't tell my godmother okay so his wife decided to continue living together kind of just under the same roof until nine hundred ninety seven when he finally decided to leave her and move to Toronto and wren with them and fell down a rabbit hole okay as you do so just to give you a little background in two thousand ten gay men started discipline home for twenty four hours I don't have time to like do full research so thank you for sending these notes what I did was okay I'm just GonNa read it she says I've taken the liberty because I'm old six on the afternoon of Halloween October thirty first two thousand one a few weeks after his fiftieth birthday MacArthur was invited into the man's apartment to see a it's so bad I'm sorry I'm not listen I may have put some gin I may have watched Christine take like a very large shot of vodka earlier or something chair for my mom my mom's contact and my phone is the story in the last of so I don't care I don't care I'm saying because your mom called remember and you were like Oh Lucille blue the picture of Lucille booth drinking a Martini like one of her is is like half cocked the

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38:50 min | 1 year ago

SYSK Choice: Is "Gut Instinct" A Real Thing? & The Fascinating Ways Sound Affects You

"Today on something you should know could you be addicted to cheese some people apparently are and you could be one of them plus using your gut instinct to make big life decisions is it a good idea people believe that they really are able to so it gives some credence to the idea that cheese can be addictive and act like a drug in some people cheese seems to trigger a parts of the brain BNB host I know at least three people who are airbnb hosts and they love that extra income no matter what kind of space you have engine light comes on that'll save you a lot of time money and trouble all this today on something you should know researchers at the University of Michigan report that casing acts like a drug in fact some refer to it as dairy crack the fact is that we each eat about thirty five pounds of cheese per year which is three times more than people did in one thousand nine hundred seventy cash do it now while you're thinking about it this is money in your pocket by being an AIRBNB host visit AIRBNB DOT com slash action of up to a million dollars for free visit AIRBNB DOT com slash host to learn how to turn your extra space into x so it's perfect for every schedule and lifestyle and to put your mind at ease Airbnb also has a host guarantee that provides property damage can be an Airbnb host of course there are some people who aren't comfortable letting stranger stay in their home but hosting on Airbnb is much more common than you might think I suspect like most people you could use some extra money and there's a great way to do it simply by letting someone stay at your place while they're travelling by being an air regan thing and at the end of those two weeks cheese was really high on my list of foods I wanted to eat so what is it about AAC talking about cheese of all things now if you were to ask a Vegan what is the one animal products similar way to drugs this part of growing research that shows that some foods really are addictive and in fact pizza is considered one of the today something you should now with Mike carruthers hi welcome to somethingyoushouldknow it's a weekend edition and we started back in fact there are millions of hosts in over a hundred thousand cities around the world and it's so flexible you can decide when and how often you WanNa host at all dairy foods have casing in it but because it takes ten pounds of milk to make one pound of cheese it's more concentrated in cheese host addictive foods and it may be that the cheese on top of that pizza is a big reason why and that is something you should know all the sound and noise you hear all day every day what's it doing to you know as according to a world health report noise is implicated they missed the most very often they will say cheese and I can attest to this because I once did a thirteen day or fourteen day the he's that makes us love it so much while there's a chemical in cheese called K. scene think that's how you pronounce it K. C. A. S. E. I N. K. Scene How many times have you gone with your gut you used your gut instinct to make a decision but what is your gut instinct is it in has the second largest environmental health concern second only to air pollution as an environmental cause Seville health and what you should do the next time you're checking host somethingyoushouldknow fascinating Intel the world's top and practical advice you can use in your life who wishes and what is intuition all these things are hard to define their hard to identify their certainly hard to locate in the human body they may in fact not even be real and yet we use our gut or our intuition or our instinct or whatever you WANNA call it to make a lot of decisions I know I've relied on my gut and sometimes my gut was right and sometimes my gut was wrong which may just be the law of average his it play there anyway Mary Ellen O'Toole is a former FBI profiler and she is author of the Book Dangerous Instincts and she joins US took this reliance on these mystical concepts that really cannot be cannot be described they cannot even be located now some Mary Ellen a lot of people say that they've used their gut to make a decision with the rationale that it just felt right it seemed like it was meant be or maybe something similar like well I just connected with him we seem to be soulmate it's this gene decisions you can see where we can easily be hurt we can easily be conned are we can easily be see one of our loved ones have the same is it just wishful thinking or what are these good feelings objectively if we look at them I've always referred to these gut feeling gut instinct you can't refine your gut you can't improve your guts and when we rely on on some mystical concept like that to make life change the help do you know if there's any evidence that that gut feelings are real and ever did serve a purpose and now they don't or as being kind of magical thinking some people believe that they really are able to rely on their gut and by the Right House Mary the right mate make the right financial decision but they can't really discuss with you how they're got got so much better than my gut so again it's magical thinking and life one to ten twenty years down the road that's very dangerous to rely on something so magical if you want to rely on your gut for simple start or do you just throw them out altogether or what here's what I would say about that if people rely solely and completely on their gut they're lying on their relying on something that really is is more magical than anything and if it comes to making a decision that could impact your analyze violent crimes and in doing that you really spend a lot of time with victims and victims families and you hear repeatedly we'll uncomplicated decision that's one thing but not if it could change your life that you're really you're really running in to some potential problems if you do that and those are all decisions that people make on a very superficial level I looked at him he seemed normal my told me to do it that's magical thinking yeah and I personally have seen it over and over again as an FBI agent of twenty eight years how how would you explain that but I opened the door because he seems safe he looks so normal you know my gut instincts said there wasn't anything wrong with him I let my children go over to the house they don't rely on a more realistic way of assessing a situation or sesing a person they're about to turn the for sleep over because they seem so nice I mean you know we all go to the same church in school so my sense was he was he was he was fine for I've seen I worked in the behavioral analysis unit the Bu for more than half of my career and so the kind of work I did was to went wrong if the gut went right the FBI and the police don't get involved what about all the times when you open the door to that guy and nothing happens life go back and take a look at the maybe the five most important decisions you've made in the last year whether it's by a house sure and and people are GonNa absolutely going to say that but here's what I would say to those those people if you are a good decision maker if you go back in your data person allow your child to go somewhere look at the the last five ten decisions you've made in the last year and see how well they were met off belief and and and its influence certainly by things people read and see on television are they one hundred percent useless or are they a good place to my experience with these kinds of really kind of life changing decisions most people are going to say I wish I would not have done aid see what the consequences were and and see if the results are what you want them to be and and it's my sense my what do you know about what's inside that home that you are about to send your seven year old son into our their weapons around at least two or three of those things out of the five I actually encouraged people to go back and see how good they are at assessing other people and making decisions and there's room for improvement I think that's dangerous instincts really comes into play but what about if my son wants to go over to his friends how's it seems unlikely in unrealistic for me to say wait let me call the private investigator I and have the whole family checked out before I let you do that into an unknown world in order to understand that world it it's going to take getting to know the family maybe over in house or their children over two but isn't there a danger though of by definition your work you're always dealing with where the yeah that that's not something that you're going to do in that next door neighbor may be someone that you know quite well because you've spent time with that family or even damaged forever former FBI profiler Mary Ellen O'Toole is my guest author of the Book Dangerous Instincts a certain period of time so you get a better sense of what those parents are like and what what their personal habits are inside their homes so my however if that nick our neighbor is not someone that you know well because you haven't had the time or perhaps they just moved in or you've just moved in are there drugs and alcohol who else has access to that home that that you're not aware of are there dangerous animals in the home you're sending your son in with capital one venture card you earn unlimited double miles on every purchase everyday and you can use those miles toward travel expenses like flight asking to sit down in their home and have a cup of coffee but isn't it worth it if you prevent your son from going into a home where he could be hurt rock-solid home security and with Adt you get all the latest innovation in Smart Home Security combined with twenty four seven monitoring even have safety on the go in the car or when the kids are at school with the adt go APP with an SOS button when it comes to real nine and install a secure smart home just for you with Adt you get everything from video doorbells 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today you know the environment to which your son is is about headed into that's important and it doesn't take a lot of time and it may be a couple of questions over time asking them to your home section you need Adt so mary-ellen one of my concerns about all of this is this over emphasis it seems strange some people that say that that it does and is it paranoia I definitely would say it's it's concerned because over midwicket from school how what harm could there be and now it's well we don't know the johnsons very well and just seems like it is there are things that people can do real live tested techniques that people can use to give them more power over the decisions they make it about themselves in about their families to size somebody up and to size up the situation and prevent things from happening they're going to happen anyway basically tell you anything and are you really assessing their answers I mean really or you just hearing what they say back to you and too often if they avoid the question are they not answering you are they giving you other information that you really didn't ask for so it's it's understanding how to do an interview how and then whether or not you decide to take it a step further and give them a key may not come for a while it may come once you're comfortable that that person uh-huh different today you know that's a really good question about what we are living with today did it exist in the fifties and the sixties in has proven to you that they've been trustworthy for a period of time so it's not a it's not necessarily an immediate decision so besides have you been to prison Oy and I actually I did hear that on the news the other day somebody just said well things are going to happen anyway that's true they are going to happen do you want to be a victim or do you WANNA pre- go back and look at people that maybe you or people in your audience have you have interviewed whether it's a cleaning lady or plummer whatever the questions usually where the problems are and you want to find out what they have said about that situation you WanNa ask a question like this if you've if you're the and when people would come into my home because I would tell them upfront what I did for a living the question did not seem so awkward but here a couple of other questions that you can ask you pose your questions and then how to evaluate the information and not do the cursory who who who was the person you work for the last time not the cleaning lady or not a key immediately but one of the most important things is the assessment of that person when you first talked to them and if you I want to ask people in your in prior jobs that you've had as a cleaning person have there been times when it didn't work out and you left the job you WanNa find out what was your reaction to that you want to find out a little bit more about their personality when there's a problem have you ever have you what other kinds of questions can you ask people maybe leading up to that I imagine that's maybe not the best first question how much do you charge and have you been to prison hand and you watch for the answer it does not mean that you don't hire somebody because they've spent time in jail or prison but you do want to know why and you want to see their response really are Who if you work for before what are your hours how much do you charge maybe do you ever have anybody substitute for you and people can agenda that really require that they give you information about problem areas that they may not otherwise generate if you don't ask what you're not what you're looking for is yes are there a lot of protests statements when you ask those questions I would never that could never and you evaluate the totality of not only the the home and it's it's amazing when you get the responses I ask people if they have ever gone to jail or prison you may think that I can't ask that question we yes listen you've worked for has been dissatisfied with your work and they and they told you that how did you work that out what did you do as someone in their employment and you know that's or maybe it is kinda throws them off balance and I don't know how I mean how do you approach that well and the content of their answers back to you but their behavior so you're looking for content and and evidence of deception in their responses people will simply ask the routine questions and they and they won't follow up with what's really important in fact one of the one of the questions that I ask of the people that come to mind ever had someone terminate you because they were dissatisfied or they felt uncomfortable with you what were those circumstances you're asking them that never happened that's that's probably pretty deceptive Behavior and I and I walk you through dangerous instincts how do you spot deceptive behavior if you're looking for the answers but you're looking for their behavior are they avoiding your answers are they talking about something else are they saying oh no no this would that could never possibly happen the era experience is too one-sided and you just think everybody's a criminal and the just this isn't my world I've had people say that wanted what what are some of those I remember seeing it was either I read in the book or or in the press material about you know you hire a cleaning lady do you give her a key or don't rely on their gut and by the Right House Mary the right mate make the right financial decision but it's very dangerous to rely on something so magical and what about what am I going to do I'm not gonNa have investigated so what how do I size her up to decide that she get a key or doesn't she give a key sure and it may not be decision to give that people have said to you and I'd like to get your response you're you're just paranoid because of the work you do you're just too over the years but I've actually had more people more often say this the work you do is absolutely fascinating the work that you do getting inside of people's heads is incredible how do you do that I would love to know more about how you do that and more saving more doing you only see store for details you are surrounded by sound the noise or music or our interactions with others does it develop because it needs to the auditory sense FBI profiler tactics to avoid unsafe situations. There's a link to her book on Amazon on the show notes page for this podcast episode on German is here to discuss Alex is the CO author of a book called healing at the speed of sound welcome Alex so why is our sense of hearing right now you're surrounded by the sound of this podcast but sound is all around you all the time stop and listen and you generally can hear something as evidence by their interest and fascination with shows like the criminal mind and law and order and all of these programs that that are about people who commit unusual acts or engage in criminal behavior so it really isn't about the sometimes sound is considered wonderful and sometimes sound is just noise but all the sound we hear affects us in interesting ways and that's what Alex watched they just can't get enough so whether it's raining down on your head or raining into your bank account it's your cash back and discover is matching it discover cash back match what are you waiting for least of what you know and I appreciate you sharing it with us Mary Ellen O'Toole is a former FBI profiler and she is author of the Book Dangerous Instincts US danced develops because it from an evolutionary standpoint we need to hear to survive when the Caveman was alive trimester so the brain is wired for sound and there are very few regions of the brain that are not affected by the sound that we take in our life flee so it goes to our basic sense of survival and that's very very true today the auditory sense helps tell the brain whether we're say more learn more at discover dot com slash match take a step toward updating your home with exclusive life proof vinyl plank flooring from the home depot no limit on how much you can earn amazing it's kind of like being showered with cash from above which would also be pretty amazing it's so amazing that millions of people a year are getting their cash back website somethingyoushouldknow dot net wanna hear something amazing discover matches all the cash back you earn at the end of your first year automatically dollar for dollar he needed to assess this environment for safety and now if the sabertooth tiger was two hundred yards away or twenty feet away they knew they're not they had to fight her colors to choose from and that's a step in the right direction today's the day for doing with life proof vinyl plank flooring starting at just three thousand nine hundred square foot the home depot placated has the second largest environmental health concern in Europe second only to air pollution as an environmental cause they'll health noise surly affect us in a way that we need to run away because you know we're about to be eaten by a tiger but but just the noise itself just irritates us so the sound goes in your ear and it gets into your brain and then how does the sound communicate with the brain so the brain knows to flee or two who are limbic system so there is a pathway to understand and analyze what's happening with sound so to make a decision in response to well not only does no gratuitous noise according to a world health report that was published this year my noise is why is sound so important sounds a pilot reality of human life it is the first sense to develop in the brain develops in eater around the second sound environment or not and that has a large impact on her stress level because if the body feels unsafe the biological response to that is a stress the second is to create a good sound diet to make conscious choices about the sound that you're taking in your body just as we conscious choices about the food we eat if in our environment whether we're awake or whether we're a sleep this system is constantly monitoring for safety so it it is an essential sense to our survival problems so the first step is to be aware of your sound environment and take any steps you can't avoid noise or reduce the noise in your life control by avoiding noisy situations using noise cancellation headphones or using a good soundtrack in the environment health benefit rather detracting from your health that that's how I would use a simple noise definition has no nutritional value we can use noise cancellation headphones in order to reduce noise if we're commuting in public transportation or use your car as an oasis what we like and its performance affects so how do you do that I mean how do you how do you manipulate the universe to do that Oh you so knowing what you know how do we use the sound for better eliminate sounds that that live to take a break and find some quiet in your day especially after or before a stressful event so just as important as it is to avoid noise and choose healthy sounds we need periods of silence to relax you may be able to monitor have noisy Tisch washer consider a dishwasher that has a low noise rating choose to avoid for many people in terms of have having something around that accompanying them and making them feel less alone to stay or how does that work there there are direct auditory pathways from the ear to the brain than indirect pathways that go aren't consciously aware of it we just do it automatically as a means of adaptation I imagine people have preferences about the sound and the noise in their life prefer silence I like it really really quiet are we both right you're both right so it's about what's right for you individually and art so it works on on planes but what about sounds maybe noise would be a better word that doesn't well we you know in terms of avoiding noise it's about you know you start in your home you look at those things in the home which are causing noise paranoia paranoia that really hasn't been my experience it's been more we WanNa know what you know yeah right well and now I know a little bit necessary part of us music is biological fact of our life music has been with man since the beginning our first instrument in low level noise is having very serious effects on on our health and our stress levels and noise is defined by the list anti process and to spend some time with ourselves what about though I mean people seem to like to have sound around data soundtrack during your commute your personal vehicle to help offset the noise that's in in your environment so there are a lot of things that we can do to especially if they live in a very singular life but many people are actually using this sound in their environment to filter out noise and way to reduce stress to US within worship to increase improve our productivity as a means of health of self expression so music is very much part of who we are and one thing that we can use in our life in terms of using it recorded music for example to have an amazing impact without any work to play an instrument to get a a means of self set and family time and do work activities in quieter portions of the house one thing I strongly encourage is that we take five minute time outs take the other thing that we ingest all the time is out so to use sound at present and increases our performance and to create a playlist based on true music has very you know very specific cultural components to it and generational component so it is it is and what mine is is very different comment on the more recent phenomenon now where people have ear buds in there about music is it is it necessary I've I've heard that pretty much every culture in the world and throughout history has had music that it is a part of it but there is also a subconscious process going on in terms of stress regulation and survival so that we know whether or not we're swore safe and Addis faction in a way to express our thoughts and our emotions where language may not be sufficient to communicate and convey who we are starting at just three thousand nine hundred square foot it locks together for easy installation it's waterproof scratch resistant and comes in a variety of trendy styles with over forty noise is defined by the listener if you think about it like Uric Gardner and you've got weeds and the garden and those weeds or competing for the nutrient list to improve our life to improve our productivity but that can come at a cost of socialization so I understand what you're versus noise to sleep people have different tastes in music as well and one person's music is another person's noise it seems absolutely saying that good sound is good and bad sound is bad music plays a role but how good and how bad I mean if you add goods into the vegetables that you're trying to grow their unwanted nuisance so if you think of nyons as unstructured sound that is not providing example at night my wife likes to have the air filter going or a fan go she likes that white noise while she sleeps it helps your sleep that can create some some marital stress can my gets you may be wearing earplugs to block out that that sound that your wife's playing we know the cortisol is a marker of stress and there are numerous studies to show that using the right kind of relaxing music reduce stress levels and stress with the TV it's kind of like company sounds great companion and we we all use most of us I should say you sound as back companion so rest of us. Numerous imaging studies have shown that musicians especially the longer they play in the more they play actually develop reach is one of the leading cause of ill-health in America so music is a non pharmacological anecdote to stress and of scientific research today showing benefits of specific types of music in different situations so you know for example with stress levels background so this is this is a pretty common occurrence but the truth is that you're both right and it's about finding a happy medium for a good marriage was her own voice so music is is essential and vital within every culture as a means to celebrate and ACIS have and the fact that the the headphones that insert into the ear canal don't block out background noise level we're listening a major contributor to improving health in the educational setting the research has shown that music improves academics in in our country seventy four million baby boomers concerned about their health they can use music to help prolong their mental acuity maintain their hair performance at levels that can make or break the difference between getting in college based on sat performance We know that musicians have larger brains than hand well we want to share so music is absolute central part of of our high and just like we were discussing about silence the thing to consider as who are you keeping company with so what what kind of sound do you really want to spend time with but it it does filled longer in we're listening louder than we ever have and that is actually raising the rate of hearing loss and young people where audiologist Sir now seeing people nearly knees have noise induced hearing loss they never would have seen before on the other hand we are using music as part of our personal here's pretty much all day long and they've pretty much blocked out the world in favor of listening to whatever it is they're listening to good bad or okay in small does they you know they turn the radio on not necessarily 'cause they're actively listening they just like to have some sound I'd like to hear someone's voice they like to hear music they do the same thing the harmless being done is there any type particular type of music or any particular type of sound that seems objectively to be up to it in any stress that it created in the beginning dissipates while we LE- All have adaptation responses to our environment and even though are adapting habituated environment the negative impact that noise on our body is still happening it's just whether or not we're consciously processing that uh of prolonging our our mental acuity

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Tyler Lockett on Living with Alignment

Finding Mastery: Conversations with Michael Gervais

1:30:22 hr | 1 year ago

Tyler Lockett on Living with Alignment

"I take the guy's stuff so serious when I'm performing on performing for him so when I'm up there I'm like I'm like listen like what I'm about to perform To a whole another place I'm not worried about anybody now worried about exciting I'm not worried about any of that because now this week's conversation is with Tyler Lockett an NFL national football league player who currently plays wide receiver for the Seattle Seahawks all right welcome back welcome to the finding mastery podcasts. I'm Michael have taken the time I just want to thank you it's greatly appreciated again that's finding mastery dot net ford slash survey okay stuff is working at the cellular level and it might be placebo I don't think so like I spent a lot of time with supplements and understanding like how definitely give them a go check out their web page which is Athletic Greens dot com forward slash finding mastery and if you have been using them and Avai in by trade and training sport performance psychologist as well as the CO founder of compete to create and the whole idea behind these conversations is and what are the mental skills that they use to build and refine their craft okay. Last week I mentioned that we've created a finding master survey and if you haven't had a chance yet it would be much appreciated if you share your input and I want to know what you love what you want more of and if there's anything I'd but it's true like if that's what happens for me is I take it in a few moments later it's I don't know it's like this I can notice that the to change and so our egos not involve what we're doing we're trying to figure it out as we go and it would mean a lot to me if you take a few minutes and share your thoughts broke multiple records now this is the first time I've had a current member of the seahawks on the podcast and it was a special conversation tyler comes from ostry and they've got an offer for US free twenty count travel pack which are the ones that I use when I'm on the road valued at ninety nine dollars with any purchase so you can find a survey at finding mastery dot net Ford Slash survey and all the questions are optional and I just WanNa make sure that if you athletic Greens long thing that I've noticed since I've started taking the product is that I just feel great after I've had a class and it sounds really cheesy to read oh I think in what I eat and eat and how that interfaces with you know me and I'd love to know if you're having a similar type experience if you haven't tried them out I like it because the truth is I like I know everybody else is going to like it because there's nothing that I do that I don't like they're working from which is a fancy way of thinking about how do they make sense of themselves and how did they make sense of events in the world around them and then we also went under is to learn and to learn from people who have committed their life efforts towards mastery both master of craft and mastery of self and what we WANNA do is one understand the psychological framework probably a better way to do it but one of those two places and again if you haven't had the chance punch over to athletic Greens dot com forward slash finding Matt and Tyler was drafted by the Hawks in the third round of the two thousand fifteen nfl draft before that he played college at Kansas State where he across multiple environments and conditions and for Tyler it's his connection to Jesus and that's a huge part of it and also his love for we're having some sort of experience with it or not I I'd like to know what that is for you and so hit me up on social at Michael Bay and also in the finding mastery tried and it's really about living with alignment and that's something available and I think important for all of us so this conversation is really about list you might not ever aspire to play professional sports in some you might have a very different type of faith-based nomination that you're working from but this conversation one of the reasons I wanted to celebrate Tyler's work is because he just released a new book called reflection and it's an amazing collection of original poetry by him poetry he began performing on open mic poetry slams in high school and if you know tyler this is just part of how he works and he uses poetry up to their legacy tyler has a very clear spiritual framework allowed him to work through these challenges and I I realized that many of you strong athletic family elite athletes his father and his uncle playing the same sport and he walks us through how he dealt with family pressure of ending to how Tyler's working and then to figure out how you might answer those same questions and more importantly what is the framework that allows you to explore your very best to work through challenges he is also seen it inspires teammates through it and also give young people an opportunity to reflect on their own lives and that's why and then a workbook attached to it for each poem it's really nicely done I highly recommend checking the book out and with that let's jump right into the many folks don't follow football you know that part of the community a lot do but you're wide receiver on the Seattle seahawks and to make it really simple you're the one that catches the balls most often Michael Smith who kind of helped coach my dad inaugural receiver he was there so I knew that everything was Kinda like set for me to be able to go to Kansas state addressing topics like identity sports and race and relationships in how to live with purpose and it's not just a poetry book it's got poetry inspired words if you will dad's legend as well Dan uncle my dad was the best receiver Kansas State and my uncle was up there I think top five receivers at Kansas state as well as one of the best return and they're spotlights and there's also shadows right it when we think about legacy and sometimes the spotlight is great but sometimes it owners so when I went up there Kinda had a big legacy the time to live up to what was that like so you it was a legacy school meaning that you had family there before right okay so you did you grow up football yeah I grew up for his family so football basketball baseball ran track like I did it all offers got there wasn't really as bad I thought it was going to be a new that I had a good because my dad went there and my uncle went there the same coach Bill Snyder was still there ably challenging for people and let alone the normal pressures of trying to compete right okay so why do you if you go back to that first moment stepping on the entering into the game and at that moment I think that's when I started thinking like what are they gonna think of me if I don't live up to what I'm supposed to live up to the become and the first time that I actually went out there and stepped on the field in the field of play everybody just scream in you would have thought scored a touchdown and it was literally just was the first game that we had that I started to realize how big of a legacy that I was going to have to live up to because everybody kept saying oh he has a speed of his uncle week's conversation with Tyler Lockett Tyler how are you I'm doing good advice Oh this is fun I haven't done this yet with sat down yes the hands of his dad like he's in the middle of both of them so everybody was like really excited to see what is it he's GonNa bring to the table like what is it that he's GonNa do it oxted and so at that moment I was just Kinda like man like they might be lie he's not going to be anything we thought he was going to be an in the second game I dropped the punt he was gonNA have an exciting forty years but now we don't know what we're going to get out of this person at this moment that you're describing is for most people their greatest the field they're cheering and he had those thoughts about what if what if I can't live up to this this is called the imposter syndrome by the way right and what did you do the first game I caught my first past everybody went crazy then are caught a return I took off at a really return and then I think I kind of fumbled and we somebody who's on the team you're the first person on the team that sat down with to do so exactly sure how it's going to go but I'm looking forward to it yeah nom looking for here's is not being good enough not belonging public ridicule and especially it's even more challenging when you're so I remember I told my mom I was like man I'm transferring I'm leaving I'm about to go back home not go live up to this legacy like I just don't want it what you know and it's like a little too much for people and sometimes there's a shadow like you can't quite get the shadow from legacy and so for you what was that like a Kansas state but it was almost like when you will make a play is Kinda like you're checking to see how everybody else fill and then when you didn't make a good play you check in a kind of everybody her father and uncle you know who you're still close with are trying to help you out as well right and what are they thinking I don't know but so you're describing something that's incredible fill in instead of me staying in my right mind I started focusing on like what do they think of me you know what are they saying right now to one another or their cousin me out when they're out there gal was going to say no those gains wasn't decided by this or that it was decided so the child could see with the first two games was like because now what any to reassure that's why I didn't want to deal with this legacy and Blah Blah Blah but when I pray to God that day it was a story that came up into my head and it was when Jesus then it was just kind of like my confidence Kinda just went down because I was just like man I don't know if I could be able to do this because everybody's probably looking at it like man we really audits pressure and I remember took a walk out of my dorm room and I just walked all the way to the football complex in literally was just praying I was talking to guy in didn't have to worry about living up to the legacy in everybody had all these thoughts about always going to be because of his dad is going to be because of his uncle but the thing that Ns Doria showed me was that University of Miami and then after that I got put on kickoff return because the kickoff return was tired we played against Texas Tech and you know how that is Texas Tech Guy that crazy at that moment. That's when I knew I didn't have the question anything anymore because I knew that story kind of gave me the confidence and guidance that I needed to achieve what I needed to achieve with that thought in that moment if you can remember I think at that thought it was just Kinda hard for me to truly focus on what it was that I was doing like I knew what I was doing basically I was trying in a secular way to live up to the shadow or the spotlight from my family and I needed just my dad and so you know how that's hard for people when they have to try to live up to what their parents did or what anybody family is done and they felt like if they're not week and therein lies your framework right that is your spiritual framework psychological framework infused and if I play it back what I hear you saying is that Kinda like I don't understand why stuff is going on you know like I wanted to rich and I decided to say you know what I'm leave it in your hands because at first I was going to do bad on purpose soccer shirt and then I was like you know what I'm GonNa just do what I can do and put it in your hands and when I did they was like shoo you go and play a to a two man appreciate you let me be on the show and I'm just interested in the topics we talk about and just how it's going to get out there so you are so away they were getting anyway so what literally what did you do with those thoughts the thing that really helped me out was because you know I'm a big believer in my faith in God weeks ago because when I was Kansas state it didn't matter what type of game that I had I was just went back to work it didn't matter if people praised me I went back to work it didn't matter the approach in that different approach is it sounds like what you did was you surrendered instead okay got let me hear what you got to say and then what happens was does the will a guy might be displayed over his life in that moment everything made sense because at that moment is showed me that yeah because I mean when you really think at it think about it and you look at it all like everything was set up in a way to where the expectations from me was like through the roof had a revelation but you had a new idea which is okay let me start doing this for God as opposed to for a pre and I just decided to be myself and just do the work now worrying about the results like that was my biggest thing don't worry about the results the results are going to be with the results are going to be but the worst told me I wasn't good enough or I wasn't going to be able to beat this defensive back that was about the army I just went back to work even when I beat them even when I prove that he couldn't guard me I just went back to work and that's the thing that I realized was the result was never bigger than a word and when when and now in my life I started to see that I'm so the stands like those were the things that were kind of playing into my head because it was like oh he might not live up to this legacy and then what were you doing with those obviously you know that those thoughts aren't going to get a good enough then they won't be accepted or they feel like you know there'll be a laughing stock to everybody else is kind of like imagine Michael Jordan and then you gotta be his kids with the disciples and he said in Cyber said like Jesus which one of these people send was a him or like was parents and Jesus was like neither fits what you're talking about right like you're you're connected to the process and hard work more than hard work for you it's smart work smart hard work and then out the do you're GonNa realize that this is something that only God could do and after that I had that mindset in the third game I scored as my first touchdown we played against the Michael Jordan and Mazda was more so my dad and uncle did because they were seen as the best to come through at Kansas state and who would ever thought that if I stayed true to who I was offense than we played against them they put me back in Iran back and then all of a sudden it was like okay stay back there then the next day we played I ran back and then like we're talking about teachers at no my dad we're talking about people that work at candidate than no my dad so when I'm walking places doing everything I'm literally seeing in the same conversations with the coaches like Liam he's one of the top recruits here and he's doing he's at practice before everyone else he stays later on the jugs I don't know if you're on uh-huh how're you doing I was doing an unhealthy way for the most part but when I started to realize was like that might have been based on results and how things start to look that I forget the very thing got media which was the word when you first came into the seahawks I remember but when you focus on the business aspect of anything you start to realize that you can't control anything you start to let everything tell a story you look at the plays or the and now all of a sudden you've got to live up to which your dad is dead and if you don't live up to any of that type of height then you feel like you're a failure but in this case like the truck pre right so like the idea that you were doing the extra work with something that you came in with yeah and so it was taking place as a threat to your success and the narrative would support that and sounds like that would kick for you oh yeah definitely I think for me like when I think about in the NFL is different people view it as a business and a lot of people don't understand how it works when I drafted they're like I remember one of the first things like okay so I gotta prove myself and so now my going out here and I'm playing not only in trying to prove myself but now I'm nervous because I don't know what it's like to be cut what got in the way I think that they got in a way was just it was people like you know when you first come here I mean you listen to the stuff that a lot of people say you try to figure out why you had it if you do this maybe you could prevent it from happening and you start to figure out all of these different types of things instead of just looking at it for what it was in change who taught you that that's something that I really just learned when you said just learned Wendy so I really learned that about myself everybody else as well as try to please this business to be able to show them that you belong when the key about being successful in his business is knowing that they were not reassured you killing everybody out here in practice and so I was like no I wanna Rishard I want to reassure and then when the first two games in really go well I was just like see that's why now like anxiety I started to realize it was a monster that are created with their myself in a lot of it is because I was so good at being in control and I knew I was announce scared to be cut and now like I started realizing like I did have anxiety earlier owned by just never knew what it was because I found ways to cope with in and controls live up to her but they don't understand was going on every single day at the facility or they don't understand the road at your given on the team to be able to help make a team successful Danny light this only happened because of this and now when you start going places you start over analyzing you start over thinking you start checking like I'm checking my breath I'm Chad strong like minded type of person in the worst thing that could happen to somebody that strong-minded have a panic attack because literally you think everything thoroughly ebeling you know and so you know walk us through what you learn that mean I learned a whole lot man like the biggest thing is things I do is crippling for people and some of it is kind of garden variety stuff which is kind of a high level if you will just unsettling but for some people it's really you learn is good he's not a bad thing uncontrolled Zayed's what becomes a bad thing when we are about to perform on a big stage when we're about to take it sometimes we don't even realize it that was exiled until we start to figure out like what's going on with me now like I'm over hyperventilating like things are happening too much my mind it's that up and it's if the narrative if the storyline is about business and success I love your point that you start interpreting whatever belong in knowing that you don't have to prove it to anybody but just to believe it within yourself that thought like it triggers a thought for me what comes first successor confidence I try to give me the ball are they must be trying to give it to somebody else because they make more money oh so now they just want me to be a decoy they don't want me to be able to help out so analyzing everything now you're overly focusing now you're overly thinking now you're overly trying and now when it comes to like focus on your breath because that's what breezy in things that I did that helped me I but like down the road like now I'm near three years four years five years I realize like you can't get caught up in a lot of that type of stuff back to the now you're over thinking your whole breath taking because you can't even focus because your whole imagination is like just wandering everywhere and if you have high awareness you catch it sooner yeah and so you are what you're describing as well as that you became overly aware right worst part of it so how did you work your way through that because you know it's not many people have panic attacks but many people have anxiety he ends some of the ears start ringing you start getting a little dizzy your heart my start beating a little bit too fast or yeah mouth and now you're at the point where getting my thoughts I'm checking my heart make sure okay making sure that I'm okay the worst part about panic attacks is the fear of future panic attack Oh yeah definitely not so do you WanNa talk about panic attacks yeah we can young can yet so you had one yeah and then obviously you're talking about it and and then the checking of it is the racing if you're late to the game low awareness it's like it feels like you open your eyes like what party a Mayan exactly this is overwhelming yeah yet right gas it was like they don't need you he told auto rookies at you know they don't need you is a privilege to be here and you gotta prove that you belong on his team and stuff like hyper vigilant to the fact that something might trigger a panic experienced out of control feeling Nah I mean man it definitely is it's what comes first belonging or knowing you belong or actually fitting in and belonging and obviously the the relationship in the narrative that you have with yourself is what's that debt you know think about college you're not GonNa get kicked off the team you're not gonNA get cut air by Primoz makes the team I mean you got a scholarship they allow you to be a walk on but here it was just yeah I think the biggest thing and it was one of the things that you kind of taught me was a panic attack can kill you but the thing about it is you can't tell the difference between a panic attack in the heart attack inaugural Bang Bang so if you never had it before you know you get sweaty you know your pause might start getting much easier a so now you're dealing with all of these other thoughts in your head and you didn't confuse yourself because you can't even believe your thoughts because now you're trying to please you like oh my gosh and my brother die because you don't know what death is like as so dentists like after you have that especially being a strong minded person like we say now you're over don't get the stats and now you look at everybody else and people in two hundred yards one hundred and fifty yards now people are talking about you saying that you're not as good as they thought you were going to be because you can this is what I'm about in this is what I have to like to let child listen to show you guys and I'm not worried about which I'm not worried about which I feel I'm not worried about it they're gonNA test or we're about to do something we've never done before we have this nervousness inside of an truth is but that's a control type of anxiety and the key is to be able to have a sound mind to be able to bring it back to what's going on right now and that's the biggest thing that you know that I've learned was because at the ended a day you know like you said a panic attack is like an alarm clock is trying to wake you up and let you know that you need to deal with this before something bad really happens and you have to be able to bob so why are we partnered with a skincare brand because I genuinely believe that this is important skin is important ends on it but a life well lived involves being in the outdoors and I can wreak havoc on your skin and for me you know I spent a lot of time and I love the Caldera lab their product is called the good and it's specifically tailored for men and 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thing about your imagination is it takes you to a place but you have control over your imagination as so when I'm thinking about stuff like that every aspect every intention every motive like every reason behind what I think and I put it on a piece of paper so I could be able to take away the power because I think the key is being able vessel constriction blood starts move differently you know the reason we get cotton mouth is because we don't need to digest food if the Sabertooth chasing us so that's why cotton mouth like that system will rumbling it's not quite naming an emotion but fear yeah you know anxiousness worry naming the physiological state will also kind of defuse it and so I can deal with it you know I think this thought that I wanted to see if you could chin check this a little bit but I think one of the most powerful thoughts we can have as humans he's not stupid award but for the most part errors on the side of readiness ready to tiger so those who have control my breathing my thinking through the whole thing the worst things that I was afraid of happening didn't happen when I said it could happen you're actually using to release stress not gic research based approaches one is when you name an emotion or state at the fuses the state okay in your head you can say with those dogs are so like if you have fearful thoughts just say fear panic trembling like you know in now you're starting to take I'm trying to find like what ways best worked for me sometimes you can think about like what's the worst that can happen and I'll tell myself every bad thing that I don't want to happen and it sounds like it's not a recommended thought but if you're if you're heading down that path to say where hold on now what's the worst thing that can happen and then you see is that no matter what I have the ability to adjust to it yeah no matter what happens it's a fundamental belief that you you know what if I just go watch TV then it'll go away may because then if it goes away when you wash that you're going to think that you always have to watch it in order for it to go away then you got to be a teacher is one of the things I do is I write in a journal so sometimes I write in a journal in when I write it I kinda like honest with myself in every single way in strong-minded to wear now when you go to work you're carrying Zaidi now when you're in the car you're carrying exotic now when you're at the movies you're carrying anxiety now when you play you're carrying in a one thing college of knowing that you control your mind that you have a sound mind then it allows you to be able to be more peaceful and not to worry about those things half but you have to earn this belief you have to go through difficult things to get that beliefs statement right which is I can deal with difficult experiences and I also think that exactly has to do with your mind wandering so you don't have to argue with your own thoughts go into our head but there's only one thought that makes it to where it allows us to choose whether we react or respond and so I think the more that you become powerful and a lot of that was because I put myself in a box because when you feel like you did some things in your past that you had no idea about because you were so messed up then can't do this or you can't listen to secular music not I mean SOS starts to make you think well what can I do if I can't if I'm supposed to read how much sometimes we get so caught up in argument with our own head that we forget that we're in control a thought only has power we give it power and there's so many thoughts is going to happen otherwise you're going to be ready every single day every second of your life you're going to be like I'm ready for what's going to happen and there's nothing that's happening because you're the only one in the house and you're watching TV it's like it's not quite the ready okay so all right why Jesus for you all of a sudden you start wanting to say well now I can do this and if I could focus on this I know I could be forgiven and I could be happy something lighter brighter more aspirational as opposed monsignors and Lots of folks in the home you know our family was was dedicated and my mom worked at the Church Yeah Jesus my Lord and Savior you know I'm a Christian or believe everything that the Bible says and you know like when I was growing up God I didn't know what that meant and so and I still I don't think I have and I listen a lot I used to talk a lot that's what prayer was don't because if you can't i WanNa hear them I love this question so I grew up Catholic spoon spoon fed if you will we had priests dad was heavily involved and I remember try like having lots of questions and I had the same type of question like I could never here talking and asking and then so then I flipped probably about twenty years ago to listening way more them I'm still not hearing it and just be an altar boy you know like as a Catholic like you know you pray to marry you know different stuff like that and then I would go to a non denominational is something destructive or whatever yeah like this was when I was younger like in high school you know when you think about those things that you're like whoa like the Bible says like if you do this stuff you'll be put the debt like enjoy life or be myself because everybody has this type of light dot process when it comes eleven for God like or you can't go to the club it could deal with that that's the second part of cheese that's the worst thing I can manage so then you come back to where you are and you're like Oh okay well whatever ah I'd love to just short form answer like do you think that that is one of the more powerful thoughts no I think it is I think that is a powerful thought I went to a Catholic church you saw two boy understand all those different types of things and then you know different types of just like some of the different stuff wishes I got older and I started learning all these days about God and stuff and I really wanted to be able to change I really wanted to be able to be like everything he created me to be I said I really had interesting moment where it was it was a guy I remember in college he was like a Muslim so he would talk about a lot of this stuff supposed to pray how much like there were questions that I had that other people didn't have which was like you know when people say I can hear change falling spirit my question would be like can you really here what have you had that or do you have on a regular basis man I had a game changing moment in my life because I always wanted to make sure I believed the right thing Oh maybe I'm being too analytical about it but anyways my wife and I go to a a three day mind from this retreat nothing it was last year Oh God I WanNa make sure I believe you know the right thing like I don't WanNa be driven the wrong way and then find out at the end and literally when that come from and so I it he is your mentor he is the mentor for you right like there's you say God Jesus but I know that there are different for you and so is Jesus the One and as soon as I said that like I woke up so this was all a dream this was I don't even remember waking up on my eyes already open and it was just like everything I saw wasn't there anymore okay so hold on help me understand was this a dream or was this were you actually in now is learning about God and stuff specially in the youth group like if I I started taking it so serious to where I'll put myself in a box and I didn't allow myself to fully sleep I sleep paralysis and it was something that you couldn't wake couldn't couldn't move but you are wait I was awake by wanted to make sure that you know everybody has all these other types of beliefs and I didn't WanNa be don't WanNa believe in it wrong thing at the end of my life and so one of the things the only way for me the only way I woke up or got out of that situation was when I caught on Jesus as so for me it made me realize that her sixteen hours silence meditation whole time listening listening listening and she you know at the end of the retreat she leans over she says I heard you don't have to go looking anymore and when I stopped look in I started to actually realize that everything that it teaches us people who chose to believe in the very thing that was in front of them in and they're just telling the people that's outside like this is what we believe this is what we've come to know prowess is actually paralysis okay so you were awake conscious yes but you can't move but you just described that you pick up your phone ethanol Old Testament but now Jesus died for us like we're able to live you know because he made Hamill Nuno's NBC so that we might become the righteousness of God so when I was younger literally had it twice that day because the next time I had it I was I was up and then I heard my alarm clock go I mean I heard my alarm system go out when I'm reading that I'm I'm reading the understand like this is what happened back then and so it's allowing me to see this is what gave them peace if this is what gave them is literally like people get so confused about it and he's the most misunderstood person in this world but it's like when you literally read the Bible is is literally like I'm seeing is right now as I'm talking grandma fall and I hurry up and turn it over to where the brightness on so I turned the flashlight on try to wake myself up what I heard it lilos she said hammer it's or whatever but she says I heard God i what look like this dingoes a man who went from Christianity to Muslim I think as I listened to it in our member I went to sleep that night because I was just like you know and you had the intersection of the mind like floating back and forth between the two you had an experience that shifted you right like and this is how we are to prove it to you guys because this is what he did people are saying he didn't magic tricks but he's doing these nobody's ever done before like a history book is just a book telling you about everything that's happened in the past and these are people who have stories telling you the stories that happened back in the day and the Bible says and that's literally where the the wars one you win and losing their mind there's nothing that could ever happen in your life okay so when you think about mental health and you've got a strong spiritual framework and you've got incredible physical framework excited for it that's why now you yeah and so I won't I won't go into what she heard but it was it was game changing for her so have you had when you think about mental health do you think about it as mental strength mental weakness do you think about it as a continuum like how do you think about mental health a what is this panic thing yet another experience which is like Oh my God I can't move Oh let me just ask for Jesus and things worked for me right and I dropped the phone on a thing is just laughing and laughing is so like the only thing that I could do was I was just like Jesus please help me Steve Do I not want to believe so you are learned in football and you are learning in scripture those are two foundations of where you spend most of your time desa very tough question that I will say because life for me the weighted avenue mental health is way different the one thing that I can say is the battle was in the mind. SOS like when you start reading scriptures and you start understanding Scriptures I think for me it allows me to start realizing he's already given us the answers to the test Ada I just wanted to prove to the world guy was real show by my lifestyle and literally be alight and then you start getting around other people who care about all these other things is so when when I start understanding licking their scriptures is starts to allow me to realize that my whole life was centered around me being in control but and so then it will go off go off in literally it was nothing anymore so how did this change you it made me stop looking for stuff because because understand like what is it that's bothering you you have to be able to understand your triggers and when you're a strong minded person like you have to learn that you can't just say they don't really matter and then you start listening to music and you start listening to people's songs and they start talking about how they had it all and it's still something that's missing you start hearing people say the Venus at this is what gave them love things that they're talking about still applies to today's world that we live in it it gives me a choice to say do I want to believe because and then I got a follow on which is like a lot of people don't recognize the pressures that elite athletes work with and there are significant yeah at the has already happened in your mind like the Bible says the is Atlanta Body so what you see if his light your whole body is light if you see darkness your whole body is is fully darkness when it comes to believe in a God and believe in Jesus died for you like you can't be in control says cast all your cares upon him for he cares for you in another one that says spin and so it's like for me I started to realize that there has to be more to life than this because by even football like up we played against the saints at a hundred yeah like I say I was able to pick up my phone and I was shake should yeah okay how is shaking while I was trying to pick my phone up yeah here while I was doing that it was laughing at me and they're searching for something to fill a boy you start like listening to all these people and it's like success still isn't enough when you finally get that job that you want you want a better one when you finally get a certain amount of money that you want you think that you're gonna be happy but all that does is expand your mind to the next level of what money that you need to be able to this is just we get so caught up everything that happens in this world and that applause football like I didn't care about money when I first got here I didn't care about any alive but he says stuff like listen you have the mind of Christ say that you have a sound mind like you don't have the spirit of fear but you are spirit a love power and a sound mind wrong coast cast down imaginations you know that everything that exalts itself against the knowledge guy and you start to realize that the mind is very powerful in the mind can play with you move and I'm looking literally Emma closet in it's something that's your Standard Dart and I'm just like what in the world is grab my phone they go back and forth with with Christians believe in a Muslim will say what is what is supposed to be and I remember this girl in Seattle had told me to wash the that's all your exotic he's upon him for he cares for you and it says take my yoke for his easiness light and you start seeing all these other things I've talked about like pull down at that moment I realized the Bible says we can't please got in our flesh and at that moment I even told myself if I can't even please my own self in my flesh I know I can't you didn't fifty something receiving yards and I remember J. B. on our team he was like Dang brawler US killing it and I said you know what I went home and I said that's still wasn't enough been turned off by Christianity by never introduced to it possibly or that following other frameworks that you don't understand the framework is strong and I think many people struggle with framework by either they haven't invested in a spiritual framework or they haven't really taken look at their psychological framework and invested deeply in it so that it is strong and flexible at the same time what do you say to folks that have other type of stuff because you realize that the treasure that you have on on in your heart is in heaven in nut they can destroy that with a week from now or a month from now or a year from now and so all you can do is really live out your truth but like regardless of what anybody else says like for me for Righteousness blessed are the Peacemakers blessed are the meek you know what I'm saying like he starts to tell you like this is how you noticed her blessed and then all of us they can break these can't break into still but any treasure that you have on this earth anybody can take away anybody can still at any given moment so strong for you because you haven't studied so deeply I mean the biggest thing is like you have to follow your truth and the thing about it is your truth today doesn't mean that is going to be things going right I thought I was supposed to do this. 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test it you love where you're you sit here that don't have what you have so what would you suggest to them would you say go get learned in the Bible that they now is a suggested after being able to take the first step you know the Bible talks about like when you seek me you'll find me when you seek me with your whole heart the same way that we go after he's wholeheartedly you have to be able to go after guy because this is the thing the bio says guys knocking on a door but it's us who have to be able to answer that call in you know isn't seeing crouching right there to door and what and what did allow me to show was you said desires for you but you must rule over it so gives me meaning to where I don't have to worry about this stuff anymore is being impact is being able to inspire and being a light because bio says electrolytes shine so at the I want tyler to drop a ball in the end zone at this game or I want tyler to catch a ball in the end zone at this game is is got passive or active my first is you have to you have to come to a place where your heart inwardly like you really WanNa know like you have to come a good behaviors that are righteous so to speak in an act of God is like Hey I want Tyler Mike meat and I want tyler to go to the seahawks and I have to be able to let light shine in if I don't know how to let my lights shine then I have to be able to go to the one to show me how I let my light shine got active or passive for you a passive God is sets in motion Hey I hope you hope what is in my life that's going on San is literally right there at the door waiting for me to give his my attention any can't tent me can't do anything in my life until I decided to give learned was like you know came out that I was saving myself till I was married and there's somebody from back home said me he already did it and I'm like no I did it understand it was like he had a plan the whole time and that was one of the things that I've literally learned was like even my situation right now like one of these we're talking about sex yeah I'm like no I didn't wait until I get married and they literally try to say whatever they could to make people think that I really did have sex mark that we thought life would give us gives us that little dryness as well as so as like for me like the thing that gives me up in the morning that a day the the life that I'm supposed to live is not supposed to be for everybody else I'm not supposed to worry about the things that they're saying compared to all these other types of things because the other thing is like when you understand like our relationship with guy and you understand everything that it is doing like one on one of the favorite things and I was like guy like why is it that people literally try to talk about you when you become spotlight are you trying to be able to shed light on something like in the Bible talks about when Cain was giving US offering guy didn't accept it but he accepted Abel's in you know he said you know if you don't do about is even when you read it he said I'm not here to abolish what you've learned back then in a law I'm here to fulfill it and it's like the more you start to be able to listen guide is a miracle worker and I truly believe that he's working each and every one of our lives is just a matter of how are we seeing it so let's figured out only give you a road map now let me give you some guide posts on what I think our thoughts through this and he showed me that this is the next step this is the next level that I'm about to take you on because you speak about this stuff in a way that had at path so I truly believe that in life we are going to get to the place that we're supposed to get to but it's on you how long it takes had a plant and in the Old Testament they were literally prophesying about Jesus coming in Jesus doing all of these types of things and then literally he got here and then is gonNA alter you to get back on that road so for me and I actually believe that our was created with the purpose and that's why I feel like I went through that mental stuff I didn't know what I was there's depth to what you're working to convey so how do you organize your thoughts for poetry before we get in the in the actual how did he put out his stuff poetry how did he make it to where people are able to be drawn to it and all these different types of things as I truly believe that acid I'm gonNA give is I think he's both the reason why I say that is because when you look back at the beginning of time how everything was created in Adam and Eve did and all these different types of things and then you get to the New Testament at the finish the old testament stories or whatever you heard you start to realize that this whole time with me the thing that I realize about God is that God is all knowing guy so there's every path that we can take in our decision he already knows the end in in that moment it was just like I got done worse than you and I was like wow I die for your and people still don't know me they still question wrote a paper and pen like that anytime that I did always lost it I've always just memorized everything now it's like you do journal though you do write stuff down but yeah but this is different this is like it to me it's I think I have this right you hear something you feel it and then you stitch another line to it and then talk about your book in poetry because you work in the way that your mind works is really different appreciate that hope that's good yeah right like you going through wild went through it then you hear Kevin love talking about it after I didn't went through it you talk about Demar Derozan with depression and I'm starting to think about it and I'm like God like why am I going Steve were cloud in my reflection have you ever heard of the the Zen saying ten thousand moons so the idea is that but it's a reflection of the one true source and so not to be confused with the reflection but to remember that there's one true source yeah and that I mean that's things have already said in other poems but in a different type away it might make me think of another poem that I said but as long as I continue to focus on what it is and I'm trying to get across avation friend that talks about committed suicide talks about executive the monster I created like it's different things this is all in the book your book you like in the hallways at the facility sometimes you'll come up and you'll have like this beautiful poetry that you're just spilling out of you and you've practiced it in it makes sense to you in my poetry is pretty cool and there's different different types of things like I have different types of aspects when it comes to poetry light inspiration there's ten thousand moons when you look down at puddle or a pond or a lake or even an ocean if you have enough perspective when you can see the moon as a reflection women whatever the case is starting from the bottom and working your way to the top like I realized that I put all of that into the book because at the end of the day all of these that people are GonNa ask is this what you went to school for like you're going to speak in a level to your poetry and do all these different types of things to where people are going to read your book and they're going to say a lot of that just came from like the stuff that I went through the stuff that you think about the stuff that you hear but a lot of the stuff that are wrote and the way that I do my poetry learn the whole meaning of reflection in general even that's what the book is called is because I'm labeling everything that clouded up my judgment everything about book in some of the poetry man crazy thing about it is like I feel like that I can't really write any type of poems unless guy gives it to me there's been I'll work on trying to figure out what the next sentence in based off of what the first thing this was I'll be able to remember the next line that comes with that the only hardest part with that is if I say certain if you take guys where you're going to get there in time if you take your way you just don't make some laughs you gonna go to a stop sign you might go eat at a place but at the end of the day something's going to happen talk I've wanted to write poems about certain things certain topics and literally nothing comes to me so how do you prepare yourself for paper depend I is by the to the reflections are different than the source and when I saw your title I was wondering if you were getting at that as a reflection but it sounds like maybe that's not again I see myself as somebody that was created to be able to inspire in the shed a light like I don't like sometimes life people taught us that we thought was supposed to be like this all these other things has not given me fulfillment the money the fame the power the lifestyle of the the idea is that there's lots of things that reflections of what is true beautiful 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