20 Burst results for "Wunderlich"

Miami Dolphins Draft 2020 – Beefing Up The Defensive Line

The Hull Show ? 1310 KFKA

01:55 min | 1 year ago

Miami Dolphins Draft 2020 – Beefing Up The Defensive Line

"The dolphins coming in with Pick number five. They have a lot of needs to. What are they going to do with that quarterback position? You know what they do. They desperately need a quarter of quarterback. There there's no doubt they they do have. I don't know if this makes you feel any better about their situation. They have Josh Rosen. They have Ryan Fitzpatrick. Are Those guys? You're going to build around probably not. I'm hearing that there's any from Justin. Herbert to to attack overall is going to be there. I think the dolphins are going to surprise a lot of people. They're going to get the unsexy pick here. And they're going to take an offensive lineman out of the first round as well. I wouldn't be that shocked overall. I I could see this team doing it but I keep going back and forth to be quite honest with you of what this what they might do because that quarter quarterback is so important obviously for your franchise as you build but the bottom line is the dolphins have a lot of needs. You know they want to take a quarter. But you know you're hearing you're hearing all this thing about the Wunderlich score you're hearing about the you know. Obviously the injury is there. They have three first rounders. So could they wait a late around and see? What happens to some of these quarterbacks down there or do they just flat out go with a guy that could be more of a sure thing for them at the end? I like Andrew Thomas. The offensive tackle. I think they're gonNA go with the Linemen and the Miami Dolphins fans are GonNa be very upset but this is based on everything that I continue to read. They have sent sent up a lot of smokescreens but I could see them going with an offensive Lineman to say listen. We're we're going to be an interesting spot here either way we go. We're just trying to figure out the next step for us in our rebuild process and a process so I could see this team doing that but I think they go with Andrew. Thomas the tackle out of

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Multiple NFL teams removed Tua Tagovailoa from their draft board

The Jason Smith Show with Mike Harmon

05:14 min | 1 year ago

Multiple NFL teams removed Tua Tagovailoa from their draft board

"The hatred for to a total of a lower is at an all time high after the past couple of weeks of where do you draft two of his hip his hip his hip his tip is the big concern I wouldn't track to be sliding down draft boards he could go was as high as third or as low as twenty third which trust me that is not happening all the hate culminated tonight in at culminating in the all the hate coming tonight with a report of two was Wunderlich which she took it came back with a score of thirteen and now I can't get over and it's haters because I just have to say haters because of the way things have been going and I'll get into why but it's haters who are just continually jumping up and down on to and how all yeah I don't know if I could read about it if I can draft all right first of all let's deal with the hip he's got a clean bill of health right now okay he's healthy he is healthy could you get it in four years could something happen with his hip yeah put in four years a guy you draft instead of him could be out of the league right there's a risk in every single player you take in the NFL draft there's very few perfect prospects will the last perfect prospects pose it was Andrew luck I think was the last guy that got the highest grade that Kashmir was was Andrew luck and before that I think it was Peyton manning I did with over the last couple of guys to get perfect grades coming out of college there's no such thing as a perfect prospect all right the thing is the thing what people fail to realize with two a is that when you can talk about someone that's had injuries it's tangible it's black and white so it's easy to say well I would worry about him because you know we could wind up having an injured hip in a couple yeah you could you know other guys could wind up getting hurt too but because it's an injury it's something tangible that I don't know the hip could given problems you know it's not tangible the fact that the quarterback might not be able to make his second weakness progression mark Sanchez may not be able to do that and that's going to find a guy out of the league faster than a guy who's good with a hip injury there are so many risks for quarterbacks but we we focus on the physical because that's what we can understand what all the evaluators you see we have a filter they're looking at if they're picking everything apart why is this guy going to be able to travel to the next level because he's able to go through his progressions quickly or he's able to put the football in a place where only his teammate is going to get to it look Joe burrow it made a meal out of that this season only putting the football where his player was going to go get on LSU there's so many things going with there's so many risks for every player there's just as much risk for Justin Herbert because the guy could be a bust all right I want to play some games last year your chase a locker for on with us earlier this week he said there's a couple of games he looked like a high school kid playing quarterback he looks so bad last year everything to what has done on the field physically has shown you he is the tag for to a guy he is the most talented quarterback in the NFL draft and how I know what's haters when it comes to everything now you have the Wonderlic score out here of thirteen thirteen is not the worst for the world there's been guys with scores in the single digits and you know what some of them it has to stop Frank gore I think got a seven on the Wonderlic and he's going to the hall of fame so it's not like you just because you could have low score thirteen I think he took it before I got a nineteen on it when he was at Alabama together thirteen now his score is absolutely fine but all this jumping up and down on to a is all haters and it's all pushing is his value down and it's not fair because what's not being talked about by the same people that are like a draft to again as a present what about all the other things he brings to the table what about all the reasons why you would take of that height with considering what he can do physically what kind of arm he has what kind of accuracy has how strong his arm is how you can get outside the pocket all right his attitude that so far has been the best part of it no one's talking about because he's taking all of this eight and he is not imploded he's not explode is not blamed anybody he he is just trying to let people know I'm healthy right so this is a kid who's healthy could be hurt later on yeah but like I said the the risks for other players are out there too as long as he's healthy now he is the most talented quarterback in the draft there's no reason why I wouldn't take him I I I said months ago I would take him number one overall other people came to the party late on that congratulations it's good for us so I would take him number one I told you as always gets a clean bill of health I take a number one because he's that good the people are forgetting he was that good and if I'm a team in in the draft and I need a quarterback I am happy as hell with this is going on right now because this means the price to move up for him is going to be less and less because the lines are open for business at three and the giants are open for business at four and if teams are going to get scared away and there will be teams scared away of two a because of his health because what whatever reason because now is the time when teams talk themselves into things they don't need to talk themselves into the competition to move up to get him is going to be a lot less so a lot of teams that need quarterbacks you're not hearing from they are happy as hell right now still to this around that yeah yet continue to hate to us so we can go up and get in and get a franchise quarterback and be and be set for the next

"wunderlich" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

Steeven Orr Else

03:03 min | 1 year ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Steeven Orr Else

"I learned something new every day. For example. Did you know that people are colder today than they were in the nineteenth century? It's true according to Ripley's believe it or not way back in eighteen fifty one German scientist by the name of Carl. Reinhold August wondering which developed the standard for our internal body temperature of ninety eight point six degrees Fahrenheit or thirty seven degrees Celsius the good doctor collected millions of temperature samples from two thousand five hundred patients in the city of lip. Ziege didn't matter if they were sick or not. He took their temperatures and then wrote the book on temperature. Variation related to illness Wunderlich noted temperature variations based on gender age height and weight. His research was so spot on that ninety eight point. Six degrees Fahrenheit became the textbooks standard for ideal body temperature for generations and it is still used today because of his work. Doctors began using body temperature as the thing to look for and to identify the presence of infection. I mean you go to a doctor today in. What's the first thing they do? They stick in a room and then the nurse comes in and she takes your blood pressure and she takes your temperature but regardless of all that doctors today. No that one's body temperature can change. It actually fluctuates by as much as a half a degree throughout the day older people tend to stay colder than younger people. Menstruating women are typically warmer than men and most folks. Risa bit after eating or exercise or knows. This guy gets a little warm under the caller. After having a big Mac I can tell you that when all said and done however we tend to hover around a standard body temperature. But guess. What according to this Ripley's believe it or not article? Our Body temperatures have been dropping by approximately zero point zero five degrees Fahrenheit every ten years since the early eighteen. Hundreds the result women born in the two thousands are on average point. Five eight degrees Fahrenheit cooler than females born in the eighteen ninety for man those born in the two thousands measure one point zero six degrees Fahrenheit cooler than males born in the early eighteen hundreds. This means that we're going to get a change to what doctors consider our standard body temperature. Maybe some scientists from Stanford are calling for a change. But what's causing the cooldown. What's happened in is it global warming. No actually it's not. The article says that scientists theorizes that this change in body temperature has to do with decreased rates of inflammation due to antibiotics anti inflammatory drugs. And all over better health all them folks in the nineteenth century well. They had to deal.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

05:00 min | 1 year ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on I Know Dino: The Big Dinosaur Podcast

"Like most animals that go into torpor and estimation just sort of do it when they don't have a lot of food around or they're not going to be moving around much during those phases. Though the temperature of birds can quote even fall to four and a half to seven degrees Celsius forty to forty five Fahrenheit without obvious ill effects and quote crazy can drop their temperature down to forty degrees. Fahrenheit and just wake up fine. It'll be incredibly handy if we could do that. So in general birds are a little bit warmer than us by a couple of degrees Fahrenheit. But they can be much warmer than us and much much much colder depending on if they're taking advantage of fancy torpor abilities but I also WANNA quickly talk a little bit about human temperature because there's a lot of misunderstandings about human temperature is. We touched very briefly on it last week. The temperature of thirty seven point zero degree Celsius or ninety eight point. Six degrees. Fahrenheit is on a study by the German physician Carl Wunderlich and he based this temperature on what he claimed. Were over a million armpit readings of twenty five thousand patients taken over many years and because he was using eighteen hundreds. I think eighteen sixties also technology. Which means that he was pretty close by where. Manziel was getting discovered an aside to an aside but while using this old school thermometer technique and getting an armpits. Apparently those thermometers took about fifteen minutes to equilibrate so doing twenty five thousand patients with this fifteen minutes per measurement. It must have just taken like a lifetime to do this research crazy but he found some interesting stuff like already said the ninety eight point. Six degrees Fahrenheit number is almost always attributed to him. He also found that between two. Am and eight am. Readings averaged justice thirty six point two degrees Celsius or ninety seven point two Fahrenheit and between four and nine pm they averaged thirty seven point five Celsius or ninety nine point five degrees Fahrenheit which means an average of over two degrees Fahrenheit change during the day so ninety eight point six might be an average random sampling. But it's not an average in the morning if you had a temperature of ninety eight point six at eight. Am You might be running a fever because your temperature should be a little lower than one hundred and twenty years later. Makayi back at all published new results in Jama and they did just seven hundred oral readings of one hundred forty eight participants which is really nothing compared to that original study. They found that the average was thirty. Six point eight degrees Celsius or ninety eight point two degrees Fahrenheit which some people have reported as oh human body temperatures have gone down over the last one hundred twenty years by point four degrees Fahrenheit but it could also be explained by the fact that it was armpit readings versus oral readings possibly a more accurate thermometer or differences in behavior of the people who are getting tested. There's a million different things that could lead to the small difference but to summarize their results. Because I think it's pretty interesting. They found very similar results to Wunderlich in that there was a low temperature in the early morning and a high temperature in the afternoon in their studies. They found that the four to six. Pm Maximum was thirty. Seven point seven degree Celsius or ninety nine point nine degrees Fahrenheit and as a result they suggest defining a fever as anything above thirty seven point two degrees Celsius or ninety nine point zero degrees Fahrenheit in the morning or thirty seven point eight degrees Celsius or one hundred point zero degrees Fahrenheit in the evening which is really interesting. That whether or not you're running. A fever depends on the time of day but they also caution that it varies quite a bit from person to person. Some people have a huge variation throughout the day as much as one point three Celsius or two point four Fahrenheit and other people virtually stay consistently the same temperature all the time varying as little as point zero five Celsius or zero point one degrees Fahrenheit. So if you're interested in seeing what your body temperature is you could take some readings throughout the day and just see if your temperature different in the morning than at night and then it's also useful if you think you're running a fever because now you have a baseline that you compare to and see if you're higher than your own baseline comparing it to ninety eight point. Six degrees Fahrenheit means absolutely nothing it means a little something to compare it to ninety eight point. Two since that's a more accurate average for modern Americans at least but really there's so much individual variation that unless you're above one hundred degrees Fahrenheit. You probably don't have much to worry about but it's always useful to find a baseline first so keep that in mind if you think you're running a fever. Yeah I wanNA find my baseline. Now I'm GonNa have to do some experiments.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"L. I. C. E. I was atlas underworld Alice Alice through the rabbit hole is that like a I mean there's like a symbolism that going down the rabbit hole okay so what do that was to help out at was held the world up yeah Alice what went into the world went into a hole when into the underworld yeah through the Looking Glass Wunderlich but what yeah the rabbit hole she went down the rabbit hole are we going down the rabbit hole together it is Alistair atlas it stopped this is Alice or atlas what is what is what what do you mean the world the underworld Alice an atlas four four okay the number four four yes the what was that D. for state for state for state for state atlas Alice underworld for state for state mmhm we need a break all right we're gonna break let's put this to buy from all we're gonna take a break here Hey we're gonna say goodbye to you for now bye for now will be back so we'll read back what we got and also this is weird I don't know what all means but we'll try to figure out eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one eight eight seven seven seven three three one zero one one errand around with this and.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Bit of a slight sliding scale to that number yeah for sure but I think the key is is it's going to be roughly around there and even if you have in average body temperature that's not exactly ninety point six let's say you typically tend toward ninety seven point five you run cooler yeah yeah your body temperature still during the average day gonna fluctuate plus or minus about a degree Fahrenheit either way yes I looked a little bit into the ninety eight point six in the original do did they came up with that was a a German physician name Carl Reinhold our guests Wunderlich good good one win eighteen sixty eight he wrote a book well he did a big study is very had this temperature ride he would stick under the armpits of all these people is like where do you want clean everyone wants that everyone always says are you know the comedian Rory Scovel no you should just check him out okay he does these weird things like he'll just do his whole routine with a German accent okay like for no reason whatsoever I like the sound of that and he did one about stealing old people the kidnapping old people access he's from South Carolina anybody he's done shows with like a severe southern accent and one just normal accent there and we'll do a German thing he just likes to mess with people I guess he's gravel check amount thinks he's one of my favorites so anyway eighteen sixty eight he wrote a book called after these experiments called dose of their hearts in debt Elkin fama and kind can heighten that is good and it I looked at it's funny the real translation I think of that is on the temperature in diseases but if you type into Google translate it comes out as the best heavier of the intrinsically warm and sticky units that's the subtitle yeah yeah anyway he's a guy that came up in ninety eight point six and that's good for a long time but that's just so that was just based on his observations his study yeah Duckett was an average it wasn't like this is what you should be it was just the average of all these people right and then a hundred thirty years later we finally got around to verifying whether that was actually true or not well I mean it says ninety two that that they said it was ninety eight point two from another study but then everything I still read this ninety eight point six so all right but I know you're talking about though I'd heard in the last few years that they're like the ninety eight point six as is kinda kinda made up right so the point is is that your body is going to be roughly somewhere around there right at your normal body temperature yes and then depending on the time of day it's either going to be a little cooler than that or a little warmer than that yeah and our body temperature is regulated by something called the hypothalamus and like I said depending on the time of day your body temperatures can fluctuate and that's tied to sleep apparently so is your body temperature is rising usually in the late afternoon is about where it peaks during the day that's associated with wakefulness alertness yeah not necessarily just having a high body temperature but it in incline in the temperature in your body yeah means you're awake you're alert you're ready to go right yeah ready for action if they want to search the decline that's associated with drowsiness and it it's it's some it's trough your body temperature is at its lowest right about before you wake up right and that's actually associated with R. E. M. sleep yeah so there are some some stuff started to come out just bear with everybody we're we're laying the groundwork so your body temperature changes in the hypothalamus is directing the whole thing and sleep and wakefulness has something to do it's related to your body temperature changes all right did not you take.

Joe Burrow shoots down notion he wouldn't play for Bengals: 'I'm not going to not play'

Pro Football Talk with Mike Florio

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Joe Burrow shoots down notion he wouldn't play for Bengals: 'I'm not going to not play'

"If you were at NFL draft prospect would you participate in the combine drills wars question would you even go to the combat I would not if I'm Joe burrow I would just say look I'm expecting to be hoping to be drafted by the Bengals and all have a pro day here and you guys can come to me but I don't want to do twenty interviews if I think I'm being drafted by the Bengals my approach would be on being drafted by the Bengals and all talk to them but all have a pro day you want to come and watch me work out with my tiny hands then you know come to LSU or come to wherever his parents live and that's what I would do but if I'm a top five player then I I would just say look I don't want to go there just to do the Wunderlich and it feels like it can only hurt you I mean what what couldn't help Joe burrow at this point nothing you know he gets it how we interviews that he's still going to be the number one pick at least it appears that way but he's speaking right now and we're keeping an eye on what he's saying because I don't know if the first thing to ask is Joe let's just clear it up do you want to play for the Bengals because I'm gonna guess Joe burrow is gonna say we're doing our process they're doing their process and he's going to keep it vague again

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"wunderlich" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on The Sporting Life with Jeremy Schaap

"The playmakers advantage how to raise your mental game to the next level so when you apply what you're talking about two talent evaluation you know when you've got a coach or coaching staff general managers at the nfl combine for instance a few months ago and they're they're measuring speed and gylfi and jumping height and length and all that stuff that's all easily quantifiable how do you suggest just they make more intelligent decisions about evaluating mental preparedness what a great question there it's the other stuff has been measured only because it could very easily and and so i think more and more coaches and and and general managers recognize the importance of the cognitive processes but the question is how do you how do you measure that and as we've all heard over the years the nfl used a wunderlich for many years as a as an estimate of cognitive abilities was designed originally to measure quarterbacks but that correlated with nothing and contain but even though they continued to use it but my good friend and called a scott goldman who's been at university of arizona and michigan university of michigan there's no time with the miami dolphins is developed what he calls the athlete intelligent quotient that has strong theoretical framework from the whole intelligence literature but but but asked questions on a tablet that kind of relate more to to the sporting domain memory processes reaction time and quick decision making and so he's it's been out for seven or eight years and he's getting very good traction and the professional sports world now so i guess what i'm saying now we finally have a measure like the cue that can give organism pretty good estimate of of athletes cognitive abilities in a particular sport and so now once once we can measure that we can get a pretty a little better sense of whether they're they're gonna they've got the the socalled athlete i q to perform at the highest level now i suspect new things are gonna come along that are might even be better than the q i'm curious i did a story a few years ago about a guy named ted jackson lives in england and he was doing these seven marathons on seven continents in seven days event a few years ago which is an insane thing to do i guess a couple of dozen people do it now every year and he done the marathon marathon to saba and the sahara which is one hundred sixty miles over a week crazy stuff and what's interesting is he's not a guy who's fit he's not a guy who's eats well he's not a guy who appears to be in good shape i mean who knows you might have you know incredible cardiovascular genes that aren't apparent when you just look at him but but he says he's able to do all these things which seemed superhuman like the iron man without any training on takes all day because he he says i can do it and everybody says well i can't run a marathon i can't even run down the block the limits of the human of what we're capable of is humans is much greater than what we think they are and if you get over that mental hurdle they say like it do it because i have to you can this that strike you as meaningful in any way where we're talking about the mental approach to sports absolutely we in germany in chapter foreigner book we we have a chapter called in the endurance thermostat we've got to address what you're speaking to professor mark laura developed this this this theory that you know it it's the brain that's limiting factor on a lot of these endurance events and so he was involved in that project to to see if they could crack the two hour marathon because he's absolutely convinced i think he's got a lot of followers now that the brain is is the thermostat and i've had that suspicion for many many years so yeah that it's another illustration jeremy of how powerful the mind is it's it's not that veal to maxon physiologic of capacity that it's going to get these great marathoners or the ultra marathoners it's the only thing that can limit it is is is the mind so we've got to continue emphasizing the importance in the mind and yeah try to train it as well as we can it's interesting stuff the new book from leonard czajkowski the playmakers advantage how to raise your mental game to the.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:57 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"Obably wheels ought to here it's not a word it's the place live visit funner dot com one entry per person standard text messaging rates apply text f e r now for a little bit together pulled it off travis espn la travis espn well this is inevitable what'd you have a new saw this list today when did this come out this has been out for a month or so i just saw the wunderlich scores of the quarterbacks that all got drafted high this year okay and i'm this is always been curious to me because we make part of it is because i'm now officially team josh rosen oh do really well yes because of all the nonsense that got said about him and now too rich too smart doesn't care about football this that and the other but as opposed to let's watch him play football and see what happens of all the guys got picked in the first round who do you think at the highest score if you're talking with sam darnold baker mayfield rosen lamar jackson josh allen we're doing wunderlich wonder licks one more time to list more jackson these yeah these are all the phone i was with them all this weekend let me just tell you i got stories for you darnold rosen mayfield jackson and allen all articles around guys wunderlich yeah did you take it yeah thirtyfive and then you would have placed second on this list he would have had one guy is at least according to the wunderlich smarter than i preface the wunderlich by saying and i'm gonna tell every future nfl prospect flip it don't do the reading i do to math i duck faster get questions and answer most guys don't flip it and i flipped it late you only got twelve minutes the fifty coaching questions and i swear you're like four minute you'd like damn you on your third question you like.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

02:08 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"Scores thirty seven okay here's why josh allen number one what the health else is there to do in wyoming you go to the rodeo exactly class once a years you go after him it was the end all beal joshua's no life outside of them ucla is a highly more highly accredited school in wyoming laremy as a fantastic town and do you think that josh rosen spent anytime steadying went to saint john's bosco a private for the wunderlich he doesn't care about the one sam darnold doesn't care about the wunderlich had to worry about stanford and how much does the wunderlich matter well the five highest quarterback wunderlich scores of all time one ryan fitzpatrick to greg mcelroy three jason maas from oregon for blaine gabbert from zuri five drew henson from michigan so for the five didn't have great lick is just is and by the way john's completely right culturally by oh yeah it's kind of questions that they asked lamar jackson didn't know of well the written they're not written you you don't know how to culturally biased test is i mean if you ask me as by white guys four white guys yeah okay like what asked me a question that's culturally biased see if i can get it like like american history what about what finance about really tricky i literally by that i would know if you're not a well read person you should know anyway i would i mean i'd have to look at the test but the reason i would i thought lamar jackson would finish towards the bottom is they would ask him questions about things that he had necessarily no background in like how to grow up in beverly hills or something like that sorta more more along the lines of they they would lamar jackson where do you go louisville video yes florida yes so i think that you know they might ask him questions you know who are the four presidents on mount rushmore i'll come why would the marge everybody knows that no matter what your jackson know that because american history has national monument you should.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

Mason & Ireland

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Mason & Ireland

"As usual the wunderlich scores for this year's quarterback class have leaked out which i think is by the way very unfair jot down the names of this year is first round quarterbacks she got baker mayfield you got sam darnold you got josh allen you got josh rosen and you got lamar jackson that's the order they were drafted in take a shot put them in order from highest wunderlich score to lowest wunderlich score okay michael lamar jackson is going to have the lowest because these tests are culturally biased so it's harder for him so i'm gonna put lamar at the bottom i'm going to put baker mayfield right above lamar jackson at the bottom i think sam darnold and josh allen would roughly have the same scores so all say because i mean ucla guile say josh rosen had a the number two sam darnold number three and i'm gonna say a josh allen had the highest so really i'm going to go josh allen josh rosen sam darnold bigger mayfield the mark jackson michael how about you i'm gonna go rosen number one because he's from two very smart parents i'm gonna go donald number two allen the matry may feel four lamar five so we both went mayfield four in the mar five do we get at least that part right yes you do baker mayfield's number four had an had a score of twenty five lamar jackson had a score of thirteen okay number three sam darnold twenty eight i got a chance to run the table yeah and you did number two number twos josh rosen twenty nine and josh allens wonder.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

"Oh i mean there guys bombed the the wunderlich and they've gone into the hall of fame though let me see a couple of tweets in here never understood why nfl teams would talk about their draft evaluations this is paul catcher who tweets be like doing interviews about your poker hand before the rest of the board is dealt poem with you i've been saying it for years now there's no reason for a team to tell you what they're doing in less they're gonna tell you something and they're not doing that that's the only thing that i i kind of read into also there's another tweet why is it teams at purposely tank can be awarded the number one overall draft pick that's like me doing absolutely nothing at work and then getting a raise i never understood that it's true that's what my solution is my solution is you don't make the playoffs everybody gets a chance for the number one overall pick then there's no incentive to be bad the fact that an owner would be ready to coach according to adrian wootton row like what are you doing i don't know we're trying to win no we're trying to get more pingpong balls you idiot magin getting fired for winning yes don't you know we win by losing wait what's the trent dilfer quote you can't lose the nfl and still win we wasn't wait what you can lose then you can do that in the nba you can not lose gain in the nfl and still win.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast

"All right last one nfl prospects says he was asked if he's gay and if it's mom sells herself so the nfl has combine they have all these people come out from college day workout they try to do interviews weightlifting for the are dash out and stuff and then he's interviews they try to rattle players and they ask them questions that they think would you know mess and in a lot of cases you have mostly white men that are associates of the team asking black men black boys black young black guys questions that they think will rattle them and a lot of them come out to be race stereotype typical why don't even allow this maybe that's just me just stop that bush it because every year somebody fucked up question that comes out stop that bullshit every year is the same thing right stop that you know which is to yana by motherfuckers don't ask me this bullshit i don't get i don't get access nowhere else anybody else going apply to a job the fucking lal but you'd ask me these questions yeah i was i actually just made a joke about it 'cause hours oh yeah com is is we have we gotten our annual story of the racist question asked by white do and somebody's like this year is homophobic question i was like okay well that's different but same sang shit like they have to do the so your mama so you your dance your hitting your momma you're right what what are you all look at him he must not be able to throw a football because they got upset like fuck out of here right or either they're stupid shit where they do the wunderlich school a lot of times leak out black blood the black payers wunderlich scored fuck with the white players scored on some of them score the same worse but you know nobody wanna hear that doe that the nfl combat prospects continue to be pro for homosexual tendencies lsu running back darius group gooey guards guys does it say one nfl team asked him last week if he likes men last week and another acid his mother is a prostitute it was pretty.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on The Lowe Post

The Lowe Post

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on The Lowe Post

"The points that need to be got right to and so for us to listen and to come forth in a way that says yes we can get better at this and we will work hard to get better at this i think is an important part of growth and we tried to do that and we uh mark wunderlich who's part of our team here an integral part of our teen all came up with a great way of sequencing our minds on that at this wall camp in which we we started to think about these catches and transition and how do you sequence your mind refrain is very much a a a mental discipline in which you start to train both your eyes in your mind and i say that that in conjunction with one another because we can look at something and not see it if we've been in an argument at home and we get marquardt it's easy to not see the stop sign is now continue to think we may be looking right at the stop sign but our mind is somewhere else refrain is no different we have to train and and a mental sequenced along with a where to actually look within a primary air of responsibility to get to these important decisions listeners you know i'm into anything that saves me time and there was a point three or four years ago were buying tickets for sporting events are concerts for friends who were visiting new yorker relatives or whatever it just it stress me out because it took too much time and i missing this deal on this website of i missing that deal on that website there too many secondary ticketing websites seatgeek has swooped in in solved all those problems it collates all of those sites into one spot for concerts for nba games for any kind of game you want it has an easy to use ledger that tells you if you're getting a good deal a bad deal over market under market where the seat is it's fully guaranteed so you can shop for tickets on seek with confidence it's super easy to use its it very easy app and you could make a your to app providing the best deals on every type of ticket and best of all listeners to this very podcasts get one dollars off their first seatgeek purchase toy.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

Slate's Dear Prudence

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Slate's Dear Prudence

"Aware of but they need to be made aware of this and if you fear that they would back her up or have no interest in helping out than that would make i think looking for other work even more imperative um especially if it's difficult to find other work in your field like start now yeah nad aglet halfway option b to look at some freelancing are online jobs may be something part time so that you can open doors and start meeting new people may be going to job is i know that there aren't a lot of positions in the city that she's in but in a may be looking for ones in neighboring cities or in hebron gyari puts this is bad this is just a little bit yeah like the e even if it weren't about emailing clients like nasty notes about why you have a spoon for yogurt or like the way you store your pens is just deeply unsettling and it like destroyed i trust you're supposed to have in your bosses judgment it makes you feel unsettled at work in wunderlich when's the next note gonna common can i leave anything in my desk she gonna start going through my phone or my wallet because she is displayed such bad judgment is just sort of like well i don't know what to expect from this person anymore uh and then you add to that the fact that she calls clients or tries to lake repeat actions you've already taken on a project um that's a waste of her time that's a waste of your time because you have to clean up the mess afterwards that leaves you constantly worrying like is there klein out there right now who has the wrong information because my boss looked at the first two words on an email flip dow and then gave them a call like that some it's not just that this isn't normal this is really bad this is really bad this isn't just like oh bosses are weird and sometimes they're rude and you have to like put up with a dull story or like a slightly settling yeah yeah this is really bad and i'm wondering how much time the boss can spend doing her own responsibilities and supporting her employees she's going through people's inboxes and outbox is in their desks so rail this man.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

Hollywood Babble-On

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Hollywood Babble-On

"Uh well acted uh brances serie a latisha riot is a fork and find of the century she was fantastic on her be the black panther next his mic comics uh every buddy crossed boards but a wonderful but faulk are to watch a movie about her just in the lab let alone give her suit she goes on on on a mission and whatnot all the seeing the seeing concepts that brand brought to life that i i've l when we did the marvel night stuff lot of this stuff was put in play by a rider name chris priest um he brought the a lot of this the elements the black compan through character methods and whatnot including environmental correctly the door a malaysia seeing them writ large on the big screen like is a flashback seen that takes place might ninety two ninety six similar in the nineties and you know simply knocks the door and they one guy looks to people and the other guy who is in agha's some bald grace slicked looken visions or something like that and they opened the doors fucking dorm logic like it is like calvo come to life and in our matvey there seems to be a lot of paramount surrounding or other the movie air moments in that movie wormlike could you imagine the in a kid like uh young african american by kid anywhere in the world seeing a spaceship they played in the movie the scenes of wunderlich moments where the kids are looking up in like who's getting in and out of the ship is not your standard operating fucking luke scour looking white guy it's it lagged is there reflected on the screen right leg in that moment like there's a term that is being thrown rao lot now called afro future ism based on that like you know the we had a little taste of it childhood hey lando carras hindered and so close friend in here.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"If i got him right or wrong all right sell you guys ready for this matt is a computer gonna crash give me a thumbs up okay i have the we're holding on by a strand here i believe i believe that we can make it through the segment okay let's start with dish shawn watson now you know this guy pretty well you in jordan palmer worked with him getting them ready for the combine the draft up and he i have to admit he definitely exceeded my expectations i thought he be good but he threw i think thirty pigs the clemson and there's like otto and then he i at the uh at the combine hear the lowest wunderlich amongst all draft eligible quarterbacks so here we go to shawn watson is your allrookie team quarterback what did i say going into the draft this duties a straight up winner in a day and age of analytics science an ivy league nerves let me tell you something the clutch gene israel and it can't be todd and tough this is a virtue that can't be measured by gadgets and by charts the sean yeah he has the clutch gene and is one tough sob problem is is not a phenomenal quarterback he's a half the field one read guy and with wheels like his is a little too eager to show him off but hey how am i going to crack and for that you think i'm not going to feature a banana hamma get the beach boom bottom line he takes off when he be better served a stand tall in the pocket and fire downfield sure dish on watson's on a traditional quarterback with the produce eyes in precision he flat out for us too many picks tied for most interceptions thrown from clean pockets with fourteen per pro football focused but he has the intangibles the football guys love save for one he got thrown out of a bar in tuscaloosa i mean i'm not sure what he was up to was he exacting prima knocked up if that's the case come on bro the sec won't allow i.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"Those are kind of wunderlich with global warming like what's going to happen you know i'm sorry climate change i didn't mean to shock you by saying global warming i hope it in ruin your day with those two fucking words let me say climate change c can fucking relax a little bit still understand why they say that climate change it's like wouldn't halliburton changed its fuck your name right where they changes to peaches and cream i can't fuck remember anyways i was just thinking that like the more severe the is going to get like what will that mean you know like we can expect some crazy storms we've never fuck it seen before i wonder if they took that into consideration when they built that goddamn the that all of a sudden you know we're going to start get mike like steroid era mark mcgwire era fucking you know hurricanes this is going to be a category nineteen in europe they're taken a fucking bath watching this shit role in it going to go right out there fucking window in that up all the way down to the fuck it pavement but what a way to go that poor scenting it'd be like the cartoons we try to get the bath water back into the fucking tub it will be a hell of a death i honestly think if there is a god he would fucking intake extratime be would take extra time with you just be like like.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

01:56 min | 4 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Skimpy insurance coverage had a low price but it may not help on when they get said senate republican leader mitch mcconnell has put off this week's vote until next week at the earliest police dog confirming seven people are dead three others missing after flash flooding swept away a family at a swimming holen central arizona this weekend at least two of the dead were children the cold spring swimming holds about ninety miles north of phoenix where monsoon storms are expected there through the middle of this week president trump's personal lawyer says no crime was committed when president trump's son and his soninlaw took a meeting with the russian lawyer after being told she was with the russian government j secolo on nbc's meet the press is nothing illegal about that meeting so that's live wunderlich covering up is is a a big word to use but there was nothing illegal to cover up but adam schiff top democrat on the house intelligence committee says you can't say that yet if there's any kind of and understand the comes out of that meeting you get us the dirt you start leaking durham hillary clinton and we will look favourably on repeal the magnitsky act that is a very serious crimes schiff on abc's this week magnitsky act leading sanctions against russia i'm michael toscano in time now for your alternates talk weather outlook and we can expect mostly cloudy skies today through this evening the daytime highs in the upper 60s to lower 70s overnight lows will be in the upper 40s to lower 50s sunny and warm on monday with afternoon highs in the mid 70s win nsw will be out of the south between ten and fifteen miles per hour find our app in the apple app store or google play and take us with you wherever you go alternative talk am 1150 i'm dr tom shy and i'm tracy mccray we hope you'll join as for mayo clinic radio on the mayo clinic news network we circle it the gameboy it thumb actually because it was the same type of a phenomenon we tend to hold the device in the same position in the hand and because we're using both of the.

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"wunderlich" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:47 min | 4 years ago

"wunderlich" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"The amendment which the rises health secretary tom price on abc's this week has really perplexing especially from the insurance companies has all they have to do is dust off how they did business before obamacare but maine republican senator susan collins says that's not good enough on cnn's state of the union the crews plan is unworkable it would result saying undermining that pretax sense for people with preexisting conditions said would create two separate group said vent invention walls and is some of them went have very skimpy insurance coverage had a low price but it nine nine help on when they get said senate republican leader mitch mcconnell has put off this week's vote until next week at the earliest police now confirming seven people are dead three others missing after flash flooding swept away a family at a swimming holen central arizona this weekend at least two of the dead were children the cold spring swimming homeless about ninety miles north of phoenix where monsoon storms are expected there through the middle of this week president trump's personal lawyer says no crime was committed when president trump's son and his soninlaw took a meeting with the russian lawyer after being told she was with the russian government j secolo on nbc's meet the press is nothing illegal about that meeting so that's live wunderlich covering up is is a a big word to use but there was nothing illegal to cover up but adam schiff top democrat on the house intelligence committee says you can't say that yet if there's any kind of understand the comes out of that meeting you get us the dirt new start leaking during hillary clinton and we will look favourably on repealing the magnitsky act that is a very serious crimes schiff on abc's this week the magnitsky act leading sanctions against russia i'm michael toscano diabetes high blood pressure hang zaidi meds everyone's on them if you're a fifty year old.

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