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Madden 21 brings back Colin Kaepernick after four-year absence
"Everybody loves the John Madden NFL football game. One of the players you can pick up in the game this year is Colin Capper? No, despite the fact that he's not played in the league and a number of years Kaman Kaepernick is in Madden NFL 21 This year. We kind of get Marvin Harrison while I'm at it Is Peyton Manning active. This is a statement from E. A sports as to why Colin Kaepernick's in the game quote. Colin Kaepernick is one of the top free agents and football and a starting caliber quarterback, the team and E a sports along with the millions of Madden NFL fans want to see him back in our game. We've had a long relationship with column to Madden NFL and worked through our past soundtrack mistakes. Well, you know what? Ah, if Aiken pick Colin Kaepernick on Madden is a free agent that I also one of the options pick up like Brandon Stokley. Okay. How about Adam cemeteries? He's still available. I don't It doesn't say if Adam Vinatieri is available, but can we can we all just Take a step back and remember that he lost his starting job to Blaine Gabbert. Right, Colin Kaepernick. Before he became this kneeling icon lost his starting gig to Blaine, Gabbert and the case. You don't know who Blaine Gabbert is. He sucks.
Fresh update on "peyton manning" discussed on ESPN Radio
"Using s a five w 30, Jeff. Good morning. It's great to have you here. First things first. I gotta ask you What did you see out of the Saint's last night? Rule, man. You saw team that can't challenge anybody vertically down the field. Look, I know I know. Can't guard Mike wouldn't there, but they didn't. They didn't look like they even challenge the Raiders defense vertically. And what does that do It like a bullet constrictor, right? All of a sudden, you see that offense just shrink. Everything's underneath and I understand trying to get some are in the mix one to get him touches and all that, but at some point The ball has to go down The field for defense is to even have fear of this of this saints offense. So when you're talking about the saints, is it fixable? Absolutely. But why isn't it happening? I know I know. Drew Brees was not accurate. I saw all those kind of things but at the end of the day if the ball never goes vertical and he can speak to this man Every defensive back can climb up a. They play such they play such tight coverage that it almost feels impossible to make anything happen, and you saw that It started good for the Saints, and then progressively got worse. And that's that's the ultimate feeling. When you can't challenge him, you just watch your offense kind of dissipated before your eyes. You know you sitting up there looking like a lawyer, Jeff, I almost want to call you, Jeffrey. Clearly you've got talking about you mighty good and clean for us this morning. Why don't I ask you in all seriousness you play with Hall of Fame quarterback obviously and Peyton Manning at the end of his career. Looking at Drew Brees last night Reminds you a little bit off Peyton in terms of the velocity on the ball and some of the things that he was able to do. I'm not sure I could get to the velocity part yet. I mean, when I saw it, but it was just so inaccurate. You know me and for Bree's, especially, I don't know if this has something to do with the with the pandemic and how much time they spend And you know, the Saints didn't really take advantage of all the time in the in the preseason kind of even leading up right? They didn't didn't take advantage of it like everybody because they had so much continuity. But you saw a lot of inaccurate throws with the balls behind the receiver. Just not in stride. Air mailing throws a kind of shorthand and you saw what you saw on the sideline was, Ah, concern look right, And that's the part that made Mitt makes me nervous. When you look in your quarterback's eyes, there's a there's a this look and there's a this look right. I got a lot of this look, and that's concerning for me because Then you start to question Is it Playcalling is he not feel comfortable on what's going on? But it is definitely not in sync. They have a long way to go to get this thing, and this was just from last night. This was weak that they beat the books even in week warm, nothing felt sharp. It just doesn't feel like they're crisp, whether whether it's he and paint on the same page as an offense in its entirety. But you have to quit. Especially when Mike comes. I don't know when he's coming back. He's coming back this week. But, man, they can't get him fast enough because they need explosive plays in this offense to be the team that everybody expected them to be. We talk about a team that everybody expects to not necessarily be what they are right now. Two Raiders and you talk about in sync dared car and Waller. Obviously, we're in sync last night, the offense methodically moving down the field. Are they for real? I think they are for real. And this is why I would say that first of all Derek card gets beat up every season. They got through for 4000 yards of last year's. I've kind of been a dear Derek or apologist the last couple of years. But as you look at what they're doing, they have a balanced offense. When what you see from Jon Gruden is there rushed to run ratio. I mean, they're rushed to pass ratio is almost identical, right? I mean, so you see a guy who's in rhythm. You see a tight end being used in that West Coast offense, which you know they're going to do. And you see Josh Jacobs, who has a nasty disposition when he runs. I mean, this guy gets behind his pads. They had three offensive lineman hurt. If he all those guys didn't matter, Josh Jacobs continues to run behind his pads. That's the catalyst for this offense, because you know it opens everything else up for these gas, and Walter had a big game, but it wasn't like they were explosive. They were just chain moving drives. I thought Derek Carr played really well. Last night didn't start good. But as the game went on, you saw the progression for him. Hats off that he and groomed man. No one expected them to be the Saint's last night, and they put on a display. All right, Jeff, which to a No team is not really Call Chicago bears. Not Not really. I mean that that's not a hard one time you listen, Mitra your biscuits. That's a fellow Tar Heel. UNC alarm the whole deal, but they came back through three touchdowns in the fourth quarter. They beat the Giants and alliance. Neither team that you're you know, you're really that concerned that so I would say the bears. In my opinion, they're not really Oh, you went. You went to North Carolina didn't know that you are going to see the helmet behind you. Can you, can you? I'm sorry. Could you see you see that? I know we got a little little bad blood, but make sure you know you guys all right, Memory lead within the country paying attention Attention, Carolina talk about football memorable, and then you got to give it up to Jeff. He went undrafted to Super Bowl champion. That's quite the story, Jeff. Thanks for joining us this morning. Really appreciate it. Thanks. Sanjay.
Former Indianapolis Colts offensive line coach Howard Mudd dies at 78
"The former offensive line coach for the Indianapolis Colts, has died from his injuries he suffered in a motorcycle accident. Mud was with Indy from 1998 to 2009 working with Peyton Manning and helping the Colts win a Super Bowl. He then came back to the cold for a short stint last year to help as a senior offensive assistant coach. Mud was injured in the motorcycle crash near his home in Seattle on July 29th. He was 78 years old. You're
Fresh update on "peyton manning" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"And well, you know what this makes me think about this time you know they did this in Pittsburgh with Cordell store they called sluggy floppy brister like I mean bubby Brister I'm sorry I'm GonNa Pittsburgh steelers back I'm still upset that they lost the Dallas in. Super Bowl that year. Sorry bubby respect you but here's the thing. Well, it was donald as a matter. Until. They were. Here's the thing right They worked slash and to get him reps why? Because they knew he was going to be the eventual guy to take over that starting job as starting quarterback and I, think that's what we saw a touch. On Sunday and not really over this game and I looked at it and I studied. What the Eagles were doing. Now, let me tell you something. The running attack was there with a booby back in the lineup. Mao Sanders running the ball. But what you have not seen the eagles able to overcome. Is the past coverage to break the passing coverage ratio by MR, wench running the ball. Okay. So what's happening is they're sitting back in their. Zones their their combo covering their man covering, and they're confusing carson. Wentz, because they are saying, beat us with your arm beat us went your arm and Carson Wentz is not doing anything to bring those. Up Closer to the ball, he's not taking a chance by running. He's he's trying to force the ball down the field and it's not going to work. So the book on Carson is. So, if it's going to stay in and right this ship, he doesn't have to necessarily be Patrick Mahomes but he has to understand when defenses are five to ten fifteen yards off the ball on you. You gotTa take what they give you, Bro. Yards, and slide don't be afraid. It's the pros they pagey your money it's your yard. It's slide out of bounds but as of right now, you don't bench because of this and this reason only because Jalen isn't ready yet don't ruin jalen trying to salvage the season when Carson Wentz is your money man and your franchise guy. Now let him earn his money and see how. That turns out Sorry. Yana must disagree with you guys and I'm GonNa go to my favorite quarterback ever in Peyton manning who has equity who had equity and the two thousand and fifteen realized that he also had a guy on the roster that they were looking at as well in the name of Brock osweiler y'all remember that year two, thousand, fifteen, they would have been. peyton.
Tiger Woods to return to PGA Tour at Memorial Tournament
"Tiger. Woods will make his return to the PGA tour next week at the Memorial, tigers famously dominated the memorial in his career, winning five times air, but he hasn't played a tournament I'm not counting the match Tom Brady and Peyton manning since mid-february, and the field for the memorial is loaded frank like a like a major.
Fresh update on "peyton manning" discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"You just can't do that now the issues and stay. Tight today. Our we're all on here. All I'm saying he did not have. Michael Thomas last night. You cannot sit here and say is breeze on hot seat because they wanted one come on man you serious. NFC South three times. In a row, the issue isn't being on a hot seat right now I do think right now putting on a hot seat of ludicrous. But here's what I'm reminded of ready two, thousand, fifteen remember when Peyton manning literally limped into the Super Bowl and everybody was wondering is Peyton manning going to hold this broncos roster back I view this as a similar situation, the Saints Defense Legit. I. Liked Cameron Jordan Balcony gene comes into play a great game yesterday but I love him I love the Norris Jenkins Jack. Radha. Love Lattimore that defenses stout the question is is drew brees actually going to be the person that holds this team back and actually while this was rhetorical I really WanNa Answer Reggie so is drew brees going to be a piece that holds this team back. absolut. Absolutely. Not How could you say something like? He's the captain of this ship. He's a leader on a team bay follow his suit, and he's the guy that keeps every. He's the guy that keeps us. Keeps. The glue whatever I say he's a guy that's keeping this thing together Kerry marcellus ready. No, he can't sit and do breezes box this leave and nobody can..
Will Brinson on the PGA Tour
"Well with the PGA tour. Starting tomorrow wanted to bring on. My Guy Will Brinson as promised at will Brinson on twitter. He's host of the pick. Six podcast I've been on that. It's an excellent show. I enjoy it tremendously, but he also is really into Goff. He's really into baseball. Is really you know a lot of things before we get to the PGA tour or golf? Stuff will let me just ask you this. The I don't remember what it was called, but Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson you know. peyton manning Tom Brady. The ratings that did and the money that it generated I. Guess my first reaction was how much of that is because it's the only thing going on during the virus, and how much of it is because people thought it was cool. Just Watch one group of. Football players and a couple guys go like I. You know I almost thought of like if I'm tiger woods and Phil Mickelson like, why do I need to play these other events like every like three or four times a year? Get a couple, musicians, or you know movie, stars or athletes do one of these deals and a boatload of money from it. Yeah I mean I think. The ratings are definitely Ross a result of the pandemic to to a larger extent I. Mean Look at you know even like. The the last dance was awesome, and it was absolutely must watch television, but the ratings were not. I don't think like real last dance ratings if we actually have sports going on, we're not all sort of cooped up in the house so I i. think that does make a difference. People are itching for some real sports, but yeah, we look you're talking about putting four of the biggest sole celebrity athletes on the planet in a in a in a golf match. People are going to be interesting to see what happens. so so from that perspective I think it's something that that those guys will do more of and let's not forget I. Mean for all the you know the ribbing and like Oh like look who want etcetera etcetera. These guys are pocketing huge piles of cash, and so a lot of you raised a lot of money for charity, too, but I mean these guys are pocketing here's pile huge piles of cash when they do an event like this, this is not a not entirely out of the goodwill of their of their generous hearts. Did you. Bet on it will, and did you. Did you love it? I was I was actually. I missed the early part of it because I was actually playing golf myself. We can play golf in north. Carolina. and I didn't bet on it. Because I was I like. I didn't think there was enough value in the favorites if I if I didn't sitting at my computer and watching the the first part of probably prop bets Anything A. full-blown degenerate, but just because I was playing golf and didn't have the early part. and I didn't like the I like I like the I thought the favorites. The. Phase GonNa win. And but I, I thought that the best value was on the dog, and so I didn't I I. It was like a tough spot for me. I didn't love the price on it, and so I figured out playing golf myself. Maybe just stay away on this one. It's actually rare thing I'd bet on oddly enough. Steve I'm curious I didn't even ask you. Did you watch that? Did you get involved in it at all, did you? Did you like it? Do you think it could be sort of the future for Golfer? At least more have more of them in the future for golf? What about four holes do some strong opinions about? This golf is horribly flawed right now because the players are boring. And Dairy. I just I can't watch golf all the players. Basically I have no interest other than tiger woods. Who I like following because he has a personality, shows emotion and I think that that what really stood out how great that exhibition was is with you, know Phil, needling tiger back and forth, and and the like, and you know Brady struggling big time early. It was just it was riveting I. Think I would have watched it. had been full sports on and I. Don't watch golf because I'm I. I'm sorry I'm just bored in terms of betting. I'll tell you this. Thank goodness. There was no live betting that I saw on this event because after six holes when woods and manning up three, I was convinced they were GonNa win by seven. This was going to be one of the. The greatest blow outs of all time. It's woods home. Course he's hitting. Every fairway and Brady can't play a lick so I guess a little warning and live betting things can change because obviously, this match got very close at the end,
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning beat Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson in $20m charity match
"Out sports fans are starving for live events and sports to return as we saw the TV ratings for Sunday's the match golf game that featured bait manning and Tiger Woods against Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson hit an all time mark twenty million dollars raised for covert relief efforts and following the match Payton was happy as you'll hear here to come out on top against his old pal Tom Brady and Phil Mickelson well I'm a real person these guys world and the kind of be in the arena with them it is really a special experience and I was not comfortable the entire time from the first team all the way down here but knowing the twenty million dollars was raised in helping people that are really going through tough times it was a lawyer for Tom and I both Phil and tiger to play in this match and really something I'll always remember and cherish that audio courtesy of Turner sports who as I mentioned set a cable television rating hi mark with an average of five point eight million viewers that's better than any golf major we've ever seen on cable in those early rounds really a great event all the way
PGA, NFL stars attract nearly 6 million viewers in TV match
"Two NFL quarterbacks plus two top golf pros it all added up to a TV ratings win with basketball baseball and hockey all on hold to to sign people are starving for live sports action Turner sports says Sunday's the match champions for charity to an average of five point eight million viewers the most watched golf telecast in cable TV history the previous mark the four point nine million who watched the twenty ten masters on ESPN that was the year Tiger Woods returned after his personal problems which was involved in Sunday's event too he and Peyton manning beat Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady in a match that raised twenty million dollars the covert nineteen really funds I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning’s charity match is most-viewed golf telecast in TV history
"A charity golf match for the record books years almost bill o'neill Sundays the match champions for charity golf event is now the most watched golf telecast in cable TV history while raising twenty million dollars for coronavirus relief star athletes Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson Tom Brady and Peyton manning drew an average of five point eight million viewers across alternate
Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning Win A TV Charity Golf Match Against Tom Brady, Phil Mickelson
"Those that was also golf yesterday that raised twenty million dollars for cold relief a charity outing that saw the team of Tiger Woods and Peyton manning beat up on Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady five point eight million saw that and the highest rated golf telecast in cable TV history it's not like they played majors in cable TV so it's a little misleading but none the
Woods and Mickelson charity match proves a ratings hit
"The match champions for charity a huge success Phil Mickelson Tom Brady Peyton manning of course Tiger Woods donating twenty eight million dollars for corona virus relief woods actually look quite good he didn't miss a fairway but the ratings were huge as you could hear the golfers talking during the match six million people watching us the most watched golf telecast in cable T. V.
Tom Brady shows he's human as Tiger Woods backs up trash talk at 'Champions for Charity' golf match
"Golf matches raised about twenty million dollars for corona virus relief efforts Guster Phil Mickelson and and F. L. quarterback Tom Brady were headed against Tiger Woods and retired NFL quarterback Peyton manning Mickelson came up short but said he was proud of the way he and Brady played one man hit some really great shots on that back nine and we fought
Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning win 'Champions for Charity' golf match against Brady, Mickelson
"Month despite a solid showing late Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady would lose to Tiger Woods and Peyton manning at the match champion for charity event yesterday at the medalist golf club in Florida after the match Mickelson praised the play of Brady who did struggle for the most part in the rain all the vents one man hit some really great shots of his back nine and we fought hard to make out but we I was a little nervous will tie the front nine and my main campus in there and the back nine he really shined it some great shots and we made a run and came really close that could comes courtesy of Turner
Out of the Woods: Tiger emerges for TV match with Lefty, QBs
"And there is some fun on television today gonna started off was golf Phil Mickelson came out on top of last time he in Tiger Woods squared off today they'll have some company at medalist golf club tiger teaming up with Peyton manning while lefty will be joined by Tom Brady the match champions for charity will feature nine holes of best ball followed by nine holes of alternate shot play even seeing off with a ten million dollar donation from the four competitors combined all going to corona virus relief efforts of the American red cross in the all in challenge among those charities set to receive
Tiger Woods, Phil Mickelson return for another ‘Match,’ bringing Peyton Manning and Tom Brady with them
"Have Phil Mickelson can't wait to beat Tiger Woods on his home course in this charity event that's coming up on Sunday that's what Phil has been talking about I idly haven't seen anything from tiger regarding this now it's not just that tiger versus Phil thing member we already did that once and I think it fell flat that was my take and I'm a Die Hard golfer love Tiger Woods love lefty and I felt like it was it just lacked a lot of yeah I don't know personnel is so it's crazy because I know Phil is nuts I mean he's crazy tiger little more reserved they're gonna be at the medalist golf club in Hoby sound Florida there I think it's a three o'clock on TNT or TBS maybe on something else as well but I believe those in the last I saw that was where this is going on going down and it's tiger and Peyton manning versus Phil and Tom Brady so adding two more people to the Max one with a big personality Payton's guy he's funny tale Peyton is a very funny guy I'm hoping we get to see some of his comedic value he's he's good I mean you can his tight timing yeah yeah I agree in Phil was saying and I can't wait to take tiger down is a home course tiger thinks he has a huge advantage because you know he was insisted that the event was played on his home course and he goes look at everybody else wants to play everywhere else elsewhere in tiger was insistent on it and he's like fine we'll take it to him and paid no problem feels like okay fine that's what we'll do they're going to raise by the way ten million Bucks for covert relief which I think is pretty cool that they're using that angle as well and they'll be side wagers going on I think to I don't know that doesn't make it to the television maybe they will all they would have died but I but I guarantee you a thousand Bucks close to the pair they will want that they're getting I mean they want that they're going to encourage that the the the television networks because that makes this thing much more
Tiger Woods and Peyton Manning vs. Phil Mickelson and Tom Brady is on
"Now WBZ news radio live sports are slowly making their return to the United States in the we're waiting for professional leagues to finalize their plans to resume or cancel we do have this look forward to the match this Sunday afternoon in Florida when former quarterback rivals Tom Brady and Peyton manning will square off in a game of golf with their decently well known partners Phil Mickelson Tiger Woods there's been some trash talk leading up to the charity event and Brady let another bar blues on manning in a chat with bleacher report I'm just worried about them pumping crowd noise in there he starts making putts like they used to you know at the RCA dome so I'm ready to deal with anything that comes up with I think there's a degree of mental toughness that comes into this he'll make his first your shots Brady sees that jab before but still good this should be fun and a nice way to spend party or holiday weekend when the match is aired on TNT
Tiger Woods, Peyton Manning team up against Phil Mickelson, Tom Brady for charity golf match set for May 24
"Yeah that televised match involving Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson Tom Brady and Peyton manning is raising ten million four cove in nineteen relief Turner sports will produce the may twenty fourth event it'll be simulcasted on its networks including TNT and TBS so woods in Peyton manning will take on Mickelson and Tom Brady at medalist golf club in Florida the four men ahead of zoom chat to promote the event and feel did a bit of trash talking showing tiger a picture of his masters win in two thousand six when tiger the past year's champion put the green jacket on him and then feel had the trophy from is match play win over tiger last year right by
"peyton manning" Discussed on Mornings with Keyshawn, Jorge & LZ
"Really want to see that the rain Mike Tyson Mike before you give me more much more mental quote here. We talked about it earlier. About what you'd be looking for in an executive opportunity in the NFL because peyton manning has been meeting with some teams and there are reports that people are sitting him as an executive Peyton. Manning would be a very successful. Nfl executive taken shake. I'll take it took a while because it's is interesting. Let's just that's why it took a while. But I think he would be successful. He would certainly try to surround himself much like John. Lynch much like Ozzie. Newsome much like John. Elway did early on with the right people in when I what I mean by that. Is You gotTa have the right Lieutenant? You GotTa have the right people in place for me if if if in fact I get a call tomorrow and say hey man. We want you to come and run this team. It has to be right geographic location. I would go out and get me a guy like Rick Smith. Who sitting at home. Who'S SUCCESSFUL IN HOUSTON? Who knows how to build teams? I go get me one of those types of Dues Rick Smith you know in Graham Him and have him bring me along head come work with me and bring me alone so I can understand. S what Peyton has to do. He has to go and get a Bill. Polian in bring Bill Polian in the room with him and Bill. Polian can bring him alone because what happens in these situations. It's not it's not a matter of if he could do it. It's a matter a win the NFL will win the NFL is going to make him do it. Okay because they want him to do they. They're setting him up to do it you know. He's walking around. He's on a visit all the teams and he's doing the professional political way. Oh He's a smart quarterback ever in the room doesn't mean he's not GonNa have doesn't mean he's go have success but I'm betting he will to some degree because he's GonNa take it serious and anytime you get into this business like this you gotta take it serious it because if you don't people are going to assume that you just doing it just because so. I look forward to him if he if that day ever comes that he's running a team in an organization look closely at all right episode seven. Eight of the last dance are coming up at six o'clock on Sunday evening here this upcoming Sunday on Mother's Day we're getting to the Michael Jordan. Plays Baseball port. Does that mean. We're getting conspiracy theory talk. That's coming up next on the morning. Show seven ten ESPN..
Woods, Mickelson to stage TV match with Brady, Manning
"Tiger Woods and Phil Mickelson ready for a made for TV rematch called the match champions for charity but this time they're bringing the big guns Mickelson tweeted Wednesday the Tiger Woods is bringing a ringer Peyton manning Mickelson said he's bringing a goat Tom Brady and then he tweeted ready to hit Bob's the event will be a T. and T. in may exact time and location to be determined with tournament officials saying they will work to meet safety and health standards all donations and fund raising will benefit relief efforts for the covert nineteen
Tiger-Peyton vs. Phil-Brady golf match to aid relief
"Meanwhile Turner sports as football legends Tom Brady Peyton manning will join Tiger Woods Phil Mickelson for that to want to match sometime in may quote the match champions for charity will benefit coronavirus the events to air live on TNT possibly Memorial Day weekend an undisclosed location without spectators so Mickelson confirmed this on Twitter that he paired with Brady he said quote after feeling the sting of defeat the first time around with like Tiger Woods is bringing a winner of the match after I paid and then I'm ready to go Tom Brady ready to hit bombs a source told ESPN's Bob hair did of course this is expected to be held in
Discipline and Determination
"First of all let me just say thank you so much for taking the time out to talk with us. I certainly do appreciate it. Thank you for having me. I appreciate you having that the second thing I like to do is to ask you to tell us about yourself now when I say that. Many feel free to go all the way back to when Benny I started all as you can start more current day. Tell us about yourself born and raised in Detroit. Michigan will actually outside Detroit. You know a couple of years from places to Middle School. And Grosse Pointe Mosul elementaries who rose point in moved out the Southfield and went to Detroit Country Day high school where I played three sports basketball for a ranch ride one to eight inches and buy raw and one in track championship. Long Jumper graduated from there might style ship offers to play for Bond College and chose to go to Michigan State University. Where but there for five years by four years leading receiver on in junior and senior there on the Rose Bowl in twenty thirteen one of the best teams initials state history when we went thirteen one. Nedley to seminated professionally. That did not get drafted. I'm currently wanted to my season in the NFL won the Super Bowl and Denver in two thousand sixteen play my first four years in Denver for the last two years. I've played in New York last as Peyton Manning. The plane would be lamenting though nine and author. And you know that's just a little bit about me. I am a brother team. Want rather than two. I have two parents and step mom so I had a great people around me and I've been able to do things in my life with the help is a family friend fantastic. I don't even know where to start. We're GONNA take a quick left turn and learn a little bit more about you. What's your favorite thing to do now for you? I'm going to say outside of football. I enjoy things. I enjoy travelling. Recently you know taking a couple of trips to Mexico I would agrees go to. La Lived in New York to travel. Highlights been time with family and friends love being around my friends and you know guys that I played with friendships that I've grown throughout the year. I do enjoy reading. That's why also why I wrote a book enjoy learning from April. I and I really movie out will love data. What's your favorite movie right? Now I would say green book. I really like an movie of all time. You know you got any denzel movie really this one. The greatest actors of all time so American gangster within her faith a thousand disgrace got it so talk a little bit about your journey because a lot of times when people think about athletes we all understand how hard it is and how you have to be disciplined and Yadda Yadda Yadda talk a little bit. About what it takes to be successful not just athletically but in general you gotta work hard wood. I'd like to tell people is that success doesn't happen in a day. It happens every single day. When you say you have to be disciplined after that the right at the set goals that you really want to achieve like a new one to be a professional athlete. I didn't know if it was going to be for baller basketball but every single day like I was working towards that and our talented anybody out there. Yes be disciplined is very important but being persistent stand persisted toward your goal like Adobe Wall Time It took me twenty two years and come a pro athlete. Isn't that something happened overnight or happened. After a couple years at Michigan state not had been working for this pretty much. Whole Life. Now always consciously gone toward something but once. I started at Age Fourteen. Fifteen years old like all right. I WANNA be a professional athlete. I'm working towards that every single day. So success doesn't happen in a day. It happened every single day goal. Said you gotTA break in long-term goals down to your short term goals and your short term goals in T- long-term wills data. Thanks this so talk a little bit about your book. Why a book reflection reflection of where I met in my life and that things that I've been able to accomplish as a team as an individual and also the people that have been arrived around so great players and I've learned a lot of grey base of why not share those things with the world. Does I know with certain books have done for me in my life. And that's why I wrote one and why not inspired me. So that's why I'm so when people pick up and read it. What are they gonNA take away from it? This is like a self help. Books like self actualize books. And they're going to realize that they have all the power in everything that they have that they want to achieve their goals or dreams right inside a woman. They'll just Meyer Goldberg from a semis stories. But some of the people that I have in the book like my brother or Draymond Green Dr Quiz demarcus ware also has some fringe were entrepreneurs or in the book as well because connected. One person in the world is Allie. I want them to also learn from friends who still have the same doubts fears and insecurities still were able to overcome those things. There are ups and downs in life if you really want something. You're going to have to stay precision discipline and go after it. And that's what I just want be learning. I want people to take away from it. Give us some insight on one of the time because I know I'm in a season and in time in my life where I have had the thought. Okay I want to give up. I don't WanNa to do this anymore. What about you have you ever had a time in your life or in your career where you wanted to give up? You wanted to quit. But you didn't and help US UNDERSTAND. What made you continue on? I don't think I ever wanted to give quit. I would always tell myself dot to give up or quit in. Ireland will just know that. I would have a lot of regrets if I did give up to quit so I don't think I've had very cut moments like man. I don't WanNa feel this pain or I don't WanNa feel dizzy or fear a life. I've always told myself like you're going to regret this. If you don't go back out there or try so I don't ever want to give up but I just like everybody else. I've had my fears. That's an insecurities but I'll always tell myself. You gotta go for the asked. You knew each yourself up. If you don't get it was was one of your biggest failures if you describe it that way personally. I don't consider anything that I don't achieve as a failure but talk a little bit about some of those moments for you. What was the biggest moment in your life where he thought? Wow Man that Dingo will. I have moments like this every year but the first time. I've really felt a big failures. Probably my Richard Junior year at Michigan State. That'd be twenty twelve and I dropped. Touchdown passes on a big nationally televised game on ABC. And now that was the first time where you know they gain was really on my shoulders. I mean only happened in the first quarter. But you know you know. Lose game first quarter but I like that play could have made by different game. That was the first time night. They'll those fears and insecurities all that nervousness said. That's when I really got into understanding the mind. How strong the MY IDEAS? I can care of your mind. How IMPORTANT MODEL
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Yours will give you our best and worst of the weekend. Got The information from peyton manning and I can send out the card that I had on the podium that night when Eli won the MVP in the Super Bowl and then he got that Corvette that he is going to auction off. So we'll send that card to ally and make sure that that's included with the car. We got a scoreboard winner for tea scoreboard. Every morning he puts up some numbers home and away. Forty one sixty three Martin New York the Syracuse area is the winner. Sixty-three is Michael Jordan points on this day. Forty one thousand nine hundred sixty seven was the date. Nineteen sixty seven with forty one famous. Forty one from the northeast in Baseball New York. Mets pitched Matt Lack and coups. Mom seaver. Tom. Seaver got his first victory on this date in nineteen sixty seven beating the cubs six to one obviously wearing number forty one. Tom Terrific this date and sixty seven. I I wouldn't have guessed that but the sixty three is Michael Jordan on this day. Mardi and New York got that this is from Ian Rapoport a draft tidbit to file away for Thursday. The giants have spent a Lotta time researching just in Herber to process that included facetime conversations with coach. Joe Judge Per Mike Who's who's WHO's doing that. Mclovin IAN tweeted maybe Garoppolo. I'm okay this guy just WanNa make sure I give people the right credit is like I have no idea. I don't know what is real anything that comes from a team I just. I don't think it's real. I feel like the giants. WanNa trade out and the lions. If I'm the Lions I want to trade out well unless I feel like Okuda from Ohio state is Durell Rivas then. I need a little bit more help there but I when I brought this up to source I said with the lions take two and he said no that staff needs to win now because they don't win now there's a new staff coming in. That's why they wouldn't do something as crazy as that. I go around the room. Best and worst of the weekend. Todd I'll start with you. Best and worst. My Best of the weekend watching several of boxing matches on. Espn Saturday the rumbling. The jungle holyfield-foreman Delahoya. Julio Cesar Chavez with Ninety Eight at Caesar's palace. That was a fun. Time all decided watching boxing. Worst is a much more bulls. Mike the practice footage in future episodes. But I wanted a lot more of NJ getting on Ron Hubbard his teammates. I was disappointed just when I was getting into it. It kinda ended the hoping we're going to see 'EM J. Getting a face of his teammates. Logo mclovin mclovin. Sorry Beth is going to be trolls. World tour is available now. It's a movie. That's out in theaters. We Watch it thirty times. It's a great way to distract kids. I don't know if you've seen that Dan but it's become a bit of a fee nom Justin timberlake's awesome. The other best is rolling stones performing on one of those concerts on Saturday night. They got together and did you can't always get what you want. A Lotta great musicians. Jancker's still looks pretty good man and his age she's still pulling it off. Man Seton best and worst. My best and worst dish are both movie reviews. I watched the invisible man this new one with Elizabeth Moss. Man It is. I thought it was really good. I liked it a lot. I thought creepiest hell come. But if you're into those kind of scary movies little gory but that was really good. And then I watched the remake of our sort of an update maybe of call of the wild with Harrison Ford And it was good. I actually really enjoyed it The best part of the movie is probably While the dog and the scenery both of which are completely fake But it didn't give me sort of a lump in my throat at the end of it like Oh my God. What's wrong with me? Do they're good movies though indefinitely like kid? Okay wait a minute call. The wildest kid approves invisible Mandela Paulie best and worst stumbled on a channel on Saturday afternoon and watched an entire Herschel Walker game. I think it was cut down on our. He ran for two twenty five against Tennessee. Or something like that and it was fascinating to watch Herschel Walker in college. It felt like he was by far the biggest strongest fastest person on the field and he happened to be in the running back position. The other best part was the music during the Michael Jordan Bulls documentary. I thought they did a good job matching the music of the time they did. I'M BAD BY L. O. Cool J around the sixty three point performance and it took that moment and made it even more interesting because of the music of the time. Jeff in Detroit back on the program. Hi Jeff Best and worst of the weekend. What are you going to dry out my best? Are you sure on a dry cardia? Virtually on Youtube Fat Roll. And don't know if we are because I don't know if I want to spend four hours just sitting talking to the data's all today but we would love to show That's the worst of the wiki. My Wife sees that I'm still Jordan Hare as much as I want to say okay. Yeah he's the greatest decide the other is just that little all of these years and my wife said you feel headlong Jordan Knoxville issue. Still most say he's the greatest. I'm loving the Blonde vs. George argue knowing that of course Jordan is the best my best for the weekend. Some of the pond. A little jump on Netflix. It's called car masses less the richest and it's a consolation quantum but they kinda throw your curve. They got you know the owner that has money. Why are we Shot knows that thing. Imagine Kristie tea with the ability to drop a four fifty four. We'll put you up on game on your motor. They have a lot Her name conscious gorgeous as all. Get out it puts you on Danny let me know that maybe I need to go L. A. Seven and put it in my car. You know what I'm saying so it was a pretty good pretty good show. Check it out all right. Thank you Jeff I will. I'll check that out I've got other. Things Bausch came out car shows. Oh Yeah I mean. I'm fascinated with people who can do things with their hands like that and where they go hale drop that engine ham rebuilding this three twenty seven and I go really I watch. I mean that's what I'm doing with this car that I'm watching somebody restore for me. I'm just watching him do it and you know. I always say you know he'll be doing things and I'll say tell me what you're doing because what? I'm just dropping the engine I go I know but what do you tell me what you're doing? Do play by play here. Go Slow Sidecar Porn. Just go slow when you're talking about dropping the engine. Co. Slow when you'RE GONNA TAKE IT DOWN TO BARE METAL. Go Slow Slow. More phone calls coming up for the weekend. Reggie Allah wishes Miller Junior. The third will join us. What did he take away from the Bulls documentary back after this final hour? Hey Miles yes it's jack from work. Yes Hi did you know that. We hosted Daily News and culture podcasts. Where people go to get caught up road. What thing are you yes? Are you confused about that? You're talking about the daily show to make sure you knew and that everybody knew that you could listen to us every day twice a day talk about what is happening and they could learn everything without feeling the life drain from their soul. Yeah I think at the daily I guess we'd like to give people a balance of just enough news that they feel informed and just enough laughs that they're not overwhelmed and can have a decent day after listening to guys. Listen to the daily Zeitgeist on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts or wherever fine podcasts are given away for. Free Hi there I'm Zach Braff Donald Phase. We're real life best friends but we met playing fake life.
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"Hope you're well come on in. Stay Awhile Peyton. Manning will join US coming up a little bit. He had a conversation with Joe. Borough about the highs and lows of the expectations that come with being the number one overall. Pick being a rookie quarterback peyton said he wouldn't mind if joe borough broke his interception record that he does as a rookie. So Peyton will join US coming up. Reggie Miller will join US coming up as well. I said to reg I said look I wanNA have you on but I wanNa make sure that you watch the Jordan documentary and then I was wondering would he have watched the Bulls documentary last night if he was not coming on the show. Because I think Reggie is prominently featured in episode eight or nine. But I'M GONNA well we'll talk to reggie what he thinks of all of this in for a lot of these players. It's probably brings back a lot of bad memories for us. As fans it's good memories and reinforces what Jordan and the Bulls meant to society. Back then said boy band they were like a boy band. They were like the Beatles. They were the sports equivalent of the Beatles. You'd never seen anything like that. I don't know how long the Beatles stayed together. What eight years? How long did the Bulls stay together? You know Mike left for a year and a half missed two seasons. But you know you had a similar run there. They were like the Beatles. We had never seen that Jerry. Krause would play the role of Yoko Ono. Yes probably so although well. I don't know if Yoko ever really helped the band but she may have hurt the band. Jerry Krause help build the band. He's the one that made some of these moves here. Jordan fell in their lap. They drafted Tony. Coaching waited for him to come over. They traded for Scotty. Pippin you bring in Phil Jackson. They made he made some moves there. But if you're looking for a scapegoat or villain in the first two episodes that would be Jerry. Krause eight seven seven three. Dp show email address. Dp IT Dan Patrick dot com twitter handle of DP. Show sing morning dew. Eye Radio Partners and of course our TV partner. That's YouTube dot com slash. The Dan Patrick Show. I'd mentioned a couple of weeks ago. They were going to do a test run of the draft and I saw were Dan Graziano. Vsbn is saying that today is the test run. It's a mock draft Monday here. They just want to go get all the teams in place and let them know. This is what it's going to be like. This can feel like sound like and you're going to have A. It's mock draft Monday apparently but in the NFL has also still working on a twelve game schedule. Fourteen game schedule and of course the sixteen game schedule. That schedule is going to come out in a few weeks from now. So poll question mclovin. What do we have okay? We'll to attended by low of fall below number six fifty four percent. Say No just feels like there's so much information working against two in feels like you have a singular voice with Trent dilfer. Who's been working out to you know if he goes to six. He goes to the chargers in once. Again I tell you things. Hopefully that these are things that are reliable when it comes to the draft. I'm not here to fill up space with just. I'm hearing in rumor and INNUENDO. I don't do that to you but I was told yesterday by source. Somebody's going up to get one of these quarterbacks and by going up your your second quarterback is not going to be taken at five or six from what. I'm told it feels like somebody's going up. There either. Know the lions are going to give up the pick or the giants would give up the pick. It feels like you can get whatever quarterback you want now. I also told. The chargers aren't gonNA move up. They're not hell bent on up because if they don't get who will if they don't get who they want then they're fine with getting somebody else or moving down in the draft that the chargers are content with tyrod. Taylor they are but I start to look at some of these teams who were looking at the draft. Going wait to is for. Like if you're the raiders and you brought in Morioka and you have car you have the twelve pick and all of a sudden to is there when you don't you got another first round pick if you're Carolina you got teddy bridgewater but all of a sudden. There's too if you're Jacksonville by the way Leonard Fournette. I guess is on the trading block. Maybe he could join CAM. Newton wherever cam ends up but found that interesting. And what are you getting for Leonard Fournette? Anyway in today's NFL. I mean he had eleven hundred yards and I think seventy five catches you get him for one more year at a really reduced rate and then he's GonNa get a new contract and so I guess Jacksonville's made it known that he's on the trading block and after his comments that hey we bring in Cam Newton at That didn't go over well apparently with the front office. Yes Todd and they've forgiven for net at this point and keep him in Jacksonville. If you did what you did what are we got there be. Nah PROBABLY A C minus D D FOR DENVER broncos Jersey on my managers line. The colors air yes mclovin. Mike lawyer said that the Kansas City chiefs were interested in for that. How would that work somehow? Andy Reid will make it work but understand. If you're getting what am I giving up to get him? What what did you say that Christian McCaffrey worth if they traded him? A second round draft. Pick or third. Yeah I mean it's crazy. The face of the franchise is worth a second or third round draft. Pick in Christian McCaffrey and he doesn't have baggage four nights a different running back and then you have this where he says. Hey you know we should bring in Cam Newton. I just WanNa know how he would have felt if Gardner Minhsiu said you know what kind of like to have a better running back. I really liked to have a running back who can actually block or whatever. It is. Whatever the criticism Leonard Fournette is but maybe a conjoined Cam Newton somewhere but if Kansas City Andy. Reid would find a way to use him put it. That way is great as Andy is need feed. Find a way to use Leonard Fournette. And that'd be an interesting kind of combination their fire and ice where you had Leonard Fournette just banging through the line like Derrick Henry and now all of a sudden I got Patrick. Mahomes that ability to be able to like both could help each other. Not that mahomes needs that much help. I so that's our poll question and be interesting interesting to see what's going to happen here. The next couple of days does to come back around where people start to build him up again because everybody had their week. It felt like Justin. Herbert had his Joe Borough has had his. He's had some months here. But then somebody came out and said I don't know if it's a scout or GM or a coach whose anonymous. Who said. I see him as like a like a third round draft. Pick his arm strength. I WanNa know what your your mental capacity is to play the position because that position more than any position in sports is the mental aptitude is what I WANNA know. How do you process? What do you see when you go to line of scrimmage they are going to check down you'RE GONNA audible? You're going to go from one receiver to your next received like those are the things you have to do. And two of the look at the great quarterbacks of all time. Peyton did not have a strong odor. Joe Montana did not have what you would consider a rocket are Tom Brady. Did have ZIP to you know bomb but I think we get caught up in. You GotTa have the measurable breeze like how do you explain drew brees? You can't because you can't explain the mental acuity the capacity to be able to do what they do in real time to be mentally tough part of this and it goes back to when you throw an interception what you do after. That shows me a whole lot. More than after you've thrown a touchdown I wanNA see who you are in that position and to a is probably going to show us a whole lot more because he's coming back from these a devastating injury. He's already showing me things that I love in the quarterback. I don't like that he's injury prone or the the perception is but I love that mindset of. I will come back and I'll be better than I was before and to have that you're going to have those days you're gonNa have those moments are going to have those months. You're going to have those years. And then what do you do when that happens? But I think you know maybe two or gets knocked down a little bit and then we'll say it's all smokescreen because when I come in next Monday the I thought I'm going to have question. I'm going to have opinion I'm going to have is onto a tongue of Idaho. What was real. And we're GONNA find out Thursday night and then whatever happens on Friday but even Friday morning. We'll be asking about to a tongue. Vilo that'd be the first thing unless something crazy happens like the dolphins do go all in on. Jonesboro and just say here you go. Here's your four first round draft picks and then we're going to take just in Herbert Justin herb reduce the safe pick but you gotta take risks in the NFL coaches owners. Take risk all the time. Sometimes it works out sometimes. It does but when it does you go. Oh Man. I saw that come patriots. Getting Randy Moss. We're going why don't they won't. He's not the Patriot way. Corey Dillon like. You take some chances on some of these players. Sometimes it works sometimes. It doesn't I love the mock draft reaction if you look at the Boston media. All the Boston media. Today is leading with Peter. King column which predicts the Patriots will trade up to get to in this latest mock draft. I mean that's the number one story in Boston right. Now is a conspiracy theory. Nick Sabin want to it ago to Bill Belichick. These are all the rumors. That's all it is. Yes mclovin can we talk about the very import important metric about how they threw at the Dan? Patrick Show Super Bowl set. Because I have to be honest. Joe Burrowed wasn't necessarily bring it. When I was out there catching passes. It was accurate but it wasn't kind of the Murray. Well what I wanted. Yeah Joe did a little better than the interview process then collared it. But I don't care how strong your arm is. I really care how accurate you are. And can you throw people open? Joe Burrow into ahead the luxury of having you know. Nfl talent at their wide receiver position. Now you have to throw your receiver open. And that's the hard part with all of this and and Peyton Canabis see speak on on behalf of that. You know knowing what you need to know in the real in real time. And that's the mental capacity of being able to process and enter Information Carolina when they got Cam Newton. They kept it simple from what he did it. Auburn which was the smart thing to do. They wanted CAM TO BE CAM. From Auburn. Not Hey you come in now you got to change you. GotTa do what we do. I feel like the teams that bring a quarterback. They let that quarterback be the player. They're drafting instead of. Hey you do that in college and I'm going to do that here. I want to draft. Do like Marcus Mariota. I wanted him to be more like he was at Oregon and it felt like he was there was trepidation. There he was. He was not pushing the envelope. He was not being the aggressor. He was not forcing you to make a decision. Like you have to react to me. And I think the great quarterbacks make you react to them like John Wooden would never call a timeout. He wanted you to always call a timeout. He wasn't preparing for you. He wanted you to prepare for him. And I think the great ones are able to do that you react. I want to see how you react. But it's funny that we have these people in studio whenever we have a quarterback in our drafty in. I always look at them based on their personality. Marcus Mariota might boy. I really like how chill he is. I love the fact that he seems kind of like a nerd. Kind of guy on a Saturday night. Who's probably watching tape at home apartment and I thought that was a good thing now. He's a nice player but he'd never really got there but sometimes players personality the nerdy there. Are I think the better well you talk yourself in and out you'll be like man I? I loved the demeanor on that guy and it could be either. He's really cocky and like Jameis. Winston came in and very pleasant but we started to wonder. Got All this baggage that goes along with that. Something's missing there with that guy. But we've had Johnny Manziel came in. Hey couldn't have been friendlier. Sailed everybody and you know but then you got that feeling of play in the room here and he was working the room a little bit there. I would love to see a defensive lineman or defensive in going after a quarter instead of the Wunderlich I'd like to say. Hey let me see what you come up with. Because we're going to have this guy come in and try to hit you instead of just throwing it the Combo. If somebody's chasing you. How do you react here? But all of that silly look at the game film and You'd think what did in the SEC. Joe Borough did in the SEC. I'm okay with that member. I felt bad for Shawn Watson because I thought man he's.
"peyton manning" Discussed on Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock
"Look I I will agree that they matched enthusiasm but they got their different times and they got their different ways Bill Belichick was able to freeze Tom. Brady's hardover and Tom Brady still had love for the Patriots. Still had love for that position at title of being the goat and the quarterback of the Patriots. But what happened was bill belichick start returning those phone calls and when he did pick up the phone. He wasn't as warm as Tom. Brady remembered so Tom Brady arrived at. This place will bill. Belichick was the one encouraging. Tom Brady even come to the same realization he did. Which is this okay to go out there and figure out how great you can become without someone else overshadowing you so that bill parcells relationship which really fueled bill belichick in media ways. If you really dive into his resume you can realize that. He knew one day that Tom Brady was gonNA have to get to the same point prematurely. Some thought that bill. Bill Look Tom Brady as a has been. This is a two thousand seventeen and Tom. Brady has won a super bowl. Cyst in but bill belichick stopped answering the phone with the same warmth and the same understanding that he wants did listen. We've been talking about this for months less. Try to put a bowl on it Brady's had his press conference in Tampa Bay. So let me ask him. We've asked a million times but let's ask it one more If you had to say someone's making a mistake by ending this relationship who's going to into this divorce and have regret in two thousand twenty. I'm not talking about two thousand twenty one or twenty two in two thousand twenty when that season kicks off who's GonNa have? The most regret absolutely is going to be. Bill Belichick and the New England patriots. They're going to realize that it's a team game in his greatest Tom Brady. Is You have to dress them up with the proper resources at turns the weapons in receivers and the proper running game and and the defense all in coordination for Tom Brady to be at his best. So what they're going to come to realize this no matter who's under center good or bad no matter who's out there in the weapons that is a coordinated effort and that realizations don't make realize it wasn't all on Tom. Brady I think right now. When you do your assessment of the Patriots there were twelve and fourteen kinda glossy but then you look at Tom Brady and you start the nitpick without fully realizing he didn't have weapons yet a thirty five year old Julian Edelman coming off. Pd's because he realizes he doesn't have much left. That was his number one target. So I think all of those things are gonNA come into understanding when the season starts and they're gonNA realize ou we let her go and go and I gotTa admit. I've been all over the map on this one. I tend to think. Brady's GonNa miss these guys a little more but again I'm actually leaning today in this moment. That ballot check in twenty twenty is going to Miss Brady more and I'll in. It's because of the culture. I was reading something. Mike Lombardi wrote this week. That I thought was really good. I think it was yesterday or this morning that we're really good about the relationship and how Brady was central to creating that culture that they have in New England. Certainly Bill Belichick deserves the credit for coming up with the recipe. But dammit Tom Brady was right there. In that kitchen winning cooking up their culture into it was a willing servant of that culture for twenty years and helped set that tone. I think Brady's value in terms of going to special teams meetings allowing Bella. Check to coach him like he was a special teams player. And I. It's no different than what Gregg Popovich fouled. When Tim Duncan walked away when Manu Ginobili when Tony Parker when that big three with the San Antonio Spurs and the next thing you know pompous having to lean into and no shot but he's different than Tim Duncan he's not a part of that culture and things didn't go well Gregg Popovich arguably the best coach in the NBA. Sent red. Aubrac are right. There are certainly right there with Phil Jackson and they had a culture in San Antonio that Popovich hasn't been able to duplicate since. Tim Duncan left. I think removing Tom Brady from this culture in two thousand twenty Bill Bill Belshazzar going to be sitting there like. I need Tom and his kitchen cooking me. This LASAGNA. Don't taste the same I. Let's move on to the Cote who we've learned have made a very interesting decision. They Tom Brady had interest in the green apples codes. The colts didn't have interest in Tom Brady seemingly. They chose Philip rivers and a one year deal rather than potentially Tom Brady coming into the house. That Peyton manning built myself. Is it crazy that the coach chills Philip Rivers over? Tom Brady not crazy at all. This is smart football right here. One two familiarity. Obviously and the head coach Frank Reich. Who was in San Diego With Philip? Rivers for three years and Two thousand thirteen especially stands out because Philip rivers was the comeback player of the year and that was under Frank Reich is is office coordinator now. You have to respect that familiarity that relationship because when you start to get into a short term deal whether it was a one year deal. Philip rivers order consideration of Tom Brady for a couple of years. You need to hit the ground running especially in the conditions that this entire world is dealing with the corona virus. You need to have familiarity. I think that was a large art. Why Philip rivers had the leg up over Tom Brady but also you brought up the House that Peyton manning built and then Peyton manning is asked to depart and then you bring in his arch nemesis and Tom Brady. That just didn't fit to be and for people out there who keep looking down at Philip rivers. He's not a slouch fun fact for you. All he actually had a higher passer rating. Didn't Tom Brady did last year. Despite Tom Brady throwing for more touchdowns if you're interceptions but delivers had hired. Completion percentage and greater yards per attempt. So Philip rivers hadn't fallen off the cliff as advertised. I think it was a smart move by the coats. Philip rivers has fallen off a cliff and Tom Brady would've loved have had keenan out. And a bunch of the other weapons in San Diego are in Los Angeles with the charges. Philip rivers have. I do think it's a bit crazy not to kick the tires on this to show no interest when you show no interest that to me says Jim Irsay. The owner of the colts was kind of leaning into mad. Can we really let Tom Brady? Come to Peyton Manning's house with that. I don't think felt like that would land well with hardcore sports fans in Indianapolis or they're continuing relationship with Peyton manning. We still don't know what paid man he's GonNa do. Post career one day PEYTON. Manning may be the president Abbas coach knows and maybe Jim Irsay the owner of the coast. Didn't want to take that risk bringing Tom Brady in to his arch-rival Stadium Uniform Jersey. The whole nine yards but I do think the colts made a mistake. A mistake here. If you have a chance to get Tom Brady for two years with that roster you bill with that offensive line you built with that chance. The colts in their mind are win now. Super Bowl T. Philip rivers over Tom. Brady that is crazy to me. Muscle Pain. I'm talking stopping your tracks. I'll never work out again. Oh my God what am I going to do kind of paying? This is the kind of pain. 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"peyton manning" Discussed on WEEI
"Prepared to offer Peyton manning eighteen million to twenty million dollars a year to call Monday Night Football said sources McCarty says Rommel make seventy million a year on their new CBS deal but we've also heard it's one eighty over ten well played by Peyton manning if you're paid a manning you could turn this down but why would you why would you turn this down you're working from may be August if you get a super ball to February maybe do a few satellite had to go to Bristol while once or twice in the off season and you're getting almost twenty million dollars a year I can't wait to hear burger break this down well if you're getting paid twenty million dollars a year that's more than eighteen Peyton manning is one of the best color analyst in our league I'm sure that would be the booger McFarland at analysis wow what are these play by play guys get to do finances contract is up there is a legend you got wrong will make it a ten million dollars and if let's say Michael doesn't work let's say Michael says I'm not doing this train I love N. B. C. I'm not going anywhere I want to finish my career as the guy on Sunday night football done done done and done and I don't I don't know what happens if he wants to do that who is the S. P. N. got a pair Peyton manning with booger in tests are so bad as the voices that need TV voice of Monday Night Football that ESPN has to grow twenty million dollars a year to save that sinking ship on Monday Night Football there are twenty million dollars a year the Peyton manning who's going to be as play by play guy if you have swing and miss on al Michaels or if trade talks break down or about Michael's failed his physical after being traded what's going to happen to that play by play a role if it's not al Michaels where do you go I actually like Sean McDonough and all the voice cracks and the energy when he was with Jon Gruden can you bring Sean McDonough back I would I don't think ESPN is going to end that Monday Night Football booth so if it's not Michaels who's the play by play guy that you pair Peyton manning with about me as being a make it a hard run at Kevin Harlan remember he's a T. and T. and also with CBS Harlington number eighteen Peyton manning that would be wonderful al Michaels and Peyton manning would be wonderful but who else who would you pair Peyton manning with give me a play by play guy if it's not al Michaels that's realistic like don't say Joe Bob don't say Jim Nance they're not leaving CBS and fox who's going to be working with Peyton manning of Peyton takes this deal money money money wow ESPN dishing it out CBS dishing it out you've got a million million you've got a million what a life Brittani Romeo and Peyton manning the.
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"And f s one right here, one hour from now where Colin is right where Colin is wrong. I'm just trying to rebound this week, a lot of wrongs last week, just trying to rebound bail on a lot of water a week ago on that segment and joy Taylor is joining me fresh up. Another vacation, we, can you went to Miami, it looks like you went to Miami, little son. It wasn't all vacation. Of course as hosting I- brothers foundation event labor intensive trip to Miami. It was it was both was great. Thanks. Good. Monday. BA is crazy. We're gonna Peyton Manning story coming up. Let me let me start with this. Is that one of the things I've noticed in my career? And I think join I've talked about this before we are now in the affirmation era, not the information era used to be I could present you a data and stats and win an argument and it doesn't work that way. People just liberals go to this channel conservatives go to that channel, I can give you data people just live in echo chambers. Very frustrating. It's one of the reasons I don't take calls anymore. You could present me with a fact I'd be go. Oh, that's interesting. I'll change my mind. I can't change anybody's mind anymore. Nobody can change anybody's mind. And it, it wears me out and Steph curry is a great example of this. So Steph curry, I just fifteen years ago, if fifteen years ago, I would have said this. So there's going to be this guy that comes into the NBA, right? He's going to a centrally eliminate the center possession. What is he a wizard sorcerer? Now you just player. What do you mean? Eliminates it. They'll be no more back to the baskets centers will how all get to that in a second. He will change the math and geometry of the sport. I don't even understand what that means. What do you mean? Like a basket won't mean as much precisely I'll get to that in a second. He will change college basketball, and every Jim in the country with every thirteen year old who now practices, and you'd be like game of thrones source or what is this is name is Steph curry. He's eliminated the back to the basket center. He's made teams smaller as humans get bigger. He's changed the math of the sport. And by the way, now, this is what basketball looks like at the college high school in AAU level. And I guarantee you by the beginning of next year. Here's what you'll say. Yeah. Hardens better than Steph. Yeah. I'm more of a Westbrook guy really. I love Michael Jordan, did he change the math. I love Magic Johnson. Did he eliminate centers? And by the way, if you want to see this media or Steph curry. Information over affirmation. He's on TV again tonight without the best player on the team. Right. Are we? Sure, katie's better than staff, Katie eliminate centers. K D didn't change the math. Katie didn't change gyms, folks. We all know of the term called disruptors like like the most famous is Uber's disrupted. The taxi industry for years and years. You know, you get off an airport or you go somewhere in New York or LA or any city in America. You get taxi taxi, and then Uber is going my phone and now the idea of getting a taxi for a lot of people's, like why I can just do an Uber or I want to go. It's cleaner car, blah, blah, blah. We also know that net flicks has done this television..
"peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Hour doing some hoops out in Belfast will join us a little later our to inbounds out of bounds and eagles. Well, Mike Martz coming up in the third hour. Former Rams coach and now run of the San Diego fleet of the a f-. Remember the comments he made about about Sean McVay? Yeah. Do you remember them? Exactly. No. So I got up in front of me. And you know, what I'm gonna I'm gonna ask them you want to listen to this. I gotta run something else by Mike Barnes, by the way was one of the cocky, yes. Oh, yeah. I think ever he was up there. You're right. This is a mazing is when they ran I hired McVay. And I'm going to ask them about. I'm gonna actually read this to him quote. What does he a couple of months older than Jared? They hired a buddy for Jared. Phil has nothing to do with being the friend or the body of the quarterback. You've got a coach at work them, hard and respect, but buddy. And this guy's a quarterback expert an offensive expert, wait a minute while I puke. Wow. Right. He's going to be able to teach and handle guy Jared through tough times because all the visits per tease knowledge yoke. I'm not drinking that Kool aid quote. Yeah. He he been quote, he amended his his stance later in the year that's going to have to amend it on this show. I wanna hear from himself or you're gonna ask said what he's doing is remarkable and his attention to detail amazing, obviously went on to win coach of the year. Dear golf may the Pro Bowl mended. Otherwise, he looked like a clown. If he didn't. I mean, there are exceptions to every rule when it comes to young coaches and being able to just like, there's an exception to should a player be allowed to coach. Lebron does Sean McVay is that exception? And it's it's it's unique set of circumstances because his grandfather was an executive and responsible for those championships out of San Francisco. He just had football on his bloods walked out of the womb wanted to do it. Absolutely. So this is it's no surprise. He's having the success that he did he. He's having. We'll get to that a little bit more later. Let me throw this at you about LeBron's Limbaugh in this article. It's really interesting when let's see so James is handling the ball almost a minute more per game before according to second spectrums traumatic actually tracking this. I mean. Wow. Up about advance stats advance nerd him. Yeah. Somebody's gotta do it. But it matters. I mean, absolutely. I say it explains a lot it goes on and on the court, and you don't think about it. Because I remember the one I remember I told you about yet last year how LeBron was had the slowest. Like pace on a basketball court, you going from end to end running back and forth in in deserving himself analyzing it because remember we talked about that. But in the last like three minutes of the game is the fastest. And why because it gets hurt themselves the whole winning time Winnick divan, I gotta make a shot. Making in that great at anything really truly throttle it down and then say, Don. I gotta flip the switch. Let's go. I got flip the switch. I know you all think you can flip the switch. You can't. I know. I. Superhero about how about this. According to second spectrums tracking. The the spike is significant because the Lakers have so many possessions, where they I'm reading this where they pushed the ball and transition that ball handling stats can be a little bit skewed during the span James's increased scoring average five points a game. In fact, his stats have improved across the board, especially shooting, which has soared since Rondo went down. Now to me. That's not a surprise because they can your mind if you're driving just thinking your mind, right? You sitting in your office think about how LeBron when he gets hot from free. Think about how LeBron gets hot pounces the ball in rhythm quickstep back boom sets himself up. Yes. What was the last time that you saw LeBron James come over curl catching it and shoot it? I don't think I've seen that in year. Now, it's not his the post jokes. Yeah. Right. It's not as game. I mean, in fact, it's the other way around. That's what he sets other people up to do to come off screens or. It'd be be hanging out in the corner of the wing or wherever may be as he's driving or doing something at the top of the key. He's gonna find you very rarely as a design for him to be the shooter. And I think that's I mean, that's that's the beauty of his game of LeBron's game. Is he's so versatile. He can create his own, but more importantly creates better shots for everybody else. Now, the the issue though, we started though, BT was was the play calling. And and where else can where you see this. The only other one that I think I was in a different sport. And I'm sure there were you know, Jason Kidd, probably called some his play sometimes earn his career. But but Peyton Manning was the perfect example of this because whenever it got into either a two minute offense or a critical point in a game where he knew he could take advantage of a defense. It was gas or what he would just start calling place. Right. And it was before, you know, you had the helmets where you could where the the thing didn't shut off in time or or after whatever it was ten seconds. And so he would call plays as opposed to getting from the sideline. That's what gave him an advantage. But he just like just like LeBron James. He was a savant. Now. He just he he knew the offense inside it out. And so we we never questioned Peyton Manning making making play calls on game day. And it's a more critical sport, obviously because one or two bad plays and the. Dr can kill the series one or two bad plays basketball game not gonna lose the game tonight here recover from that. Yeah. Exactly. So I mean, the only one I can think of is Peyton and we'd laud Payton for being able to do that. Okay. But here's this where you, and I think I think you and I disagree. I do think that this is going to become problematic in the sense. We can sit here, and we can say well when rod comes back he'll either acquiesce or they'll get rid of them. That's a Rondo problem though. It's not it is it starts as a Rondo problem. But it can become a Lakers providence. Hey why? Because as well as no sprained ankle side. And I don't think it's going all out to long as you'd be okay. As raw as Lonzo start to show some progress. Eventually when Ronald comes back, I believe there's going to be a state of certainly readjustment confusion. Unsettled, whatever. And that's like who's this thorny? Maybe it could be that for sure, but just the allocation of roles I with Rondo then trickles down to ball. Then obviously, the bronze gotta get the stamp on this not verbally, but just as basketball stamp, and if Lonzo suffers any palpable regression, and he could when Ronaldo comes back. If Rondo tries to you know horns with this now Magic's going to step in and there's going to be a problem. Yeah. There's gonna be a problem for Luke Walton. I think again, I don't wanna make too much of the article. But I think it's naive to take this and say going to sort itself out, they'll be fine. I think we're gonna have some issues down the road is not going gonna be LeBron issues. I mean, what are you gonna do? I mean, he's always absolve because he's the LeBron coming from. But. That's why I worry about the the young players. It's not the, and I'm worried about us the young players that I worry about because when you know, what hits the fan that's kind of like, all right, whatever let's see this before before. We'll get. We'll be okay. And we gotta LeBron. Oh, it was. Okay. When when I was on teams that didn't have LeBron now, I got LeBron. This is going to be fine or young players might start getting tight. That's not a good thing for their learning. That's not a good thing. Memory's not twenty seven that's one every year that you burn quote unquote with LeBron he could opt out after your three here for nine ten years. I mean, he's there's a finite. I know he's superman, and he still looks like superman for the most part, but there's a real finite window, and you can't mess around. And magic knows that. If there's any stunt in the forward progress, they're making a move. Yeah. They're gonna make a move IT this bigger to make it a little Dallas has made. There's three straight wins. Right. Let's get into the game tonight at about this. I want your opinions on this. We'll save it. Big Ben really called out James Washington. And then doubled down want to get into the thoughts. You know? What's what's, okay? And what's not even if you are a Super Bowl winning quarterback and the leader of the franchise, we'll get to that eight five five two one two forty two twenty seven Tiki and Tierney show, we got acts update coming at you. Right now here is the act, man..
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz
"You haven't had that sound of Stephen Smith, getting indignant with will Cain because we'll Cain was feeling like he had a monopoly on truth. We will get that sound in a second. In the interim, I will wait for either standards to God's to talk. They were offended with you talking about the San where they were fended, then you're not listening at all to anything. I just said, like, where did you just drift off too? Three times during the show today where I've looked over at you thinking that you're about to comment and you're just sort of drift your, you're daydreaming tell you where drifted to. I have drifted to Peyton Manning hosting eight episodes of NFL theme version of detail on ESPN you. You were distracted. What is that? I were distracted by something Hobie Bryant did this with NBA players, and it was fantastic and Peyton Manning's going to be doing this with quarterbacks, and he's the perfect person to do it. And I can't wait to watch this thing. I get Stu gods was claiming, and I don't know if this requires the chicken to make an appearance enough. It's God's was claiming he was going to buy ESPN plus for Peyton Manning's, quarterback analysis the to the chickens, believe such a thing. Yo chicken. I mean, maybe. Oh boy. Go. I ever shrewd. That's four ninety nine. Because it's such. Action. Katie. The time you can watch NHL game every night. Wordy chicken. I mean, they're undefeated. Got thank you chickens for all your promotional work, the Kentucky. Varies fantasy show. This fun stuff over there. Thank you for advertising.
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"A major obstacle, natural disasters, DNA injuries. His timing's been terrible. Got he goes to New Orleans Katrina. His last game in San Diego. He gets hurt the greatest eight quarterbacks. I've ever seen play the game, Payton Brady, Montana, Bradshaw Elway Marino Aikman breeze and all of them have different stories, but compare it to Peyton Manning. He broke his record last night right passing yards, but think of Peyton Manning. Earnings path, Peyton Manning DNA, perfect, six, five Peyton Manning's, dad, and I fell quarterback Peyton Manning had his choice of SEC school surrounded by NFL players. And then when he goes to Indianapolis, overland, Bill Polian hall of fame, general manager who gives Peyton Manning great player after great player after great player on the offensive side. He also got drafted. I mean, if you think about Peyton Manning's life and he deserves all the acclaim in face all these obstacles drew Brees from DNA on nothing but hurdles, nothing but road blocks, and he breaks Peyton Manning's record. It's unbelievable. So when I say great quarterbacks and people push back on it, I'm like, look at your own life. I mean, I say this all the time I had a few divorces in my life when I was a kid, but my mom was doting. My dad was a doctor, so I got some of his brain power. Our, I had a good relationship with my sister lived in the same house forever. I got a quarterback in high school. I fell in love with sports. I grew up in a small town, so there was lots of space right next to the beach had a good dog. I may add some issues in my life, but I didn't have that many roadblocks that a good life. I went to therapy woods as like, what am I crying for? I didn't have any roadblocks. A few divorces in my life drew Brees is life his athletic career, his professional career. It's just like it's a steeplechase heard left to heard left a hurdle after hurdle after hurdle in. Here's the play where he set the record to the families on the field intimidation of celebration. Will we get it here before halftime?.
"peyton manning" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"Averaging forty right now in this series if lebron all of a sudden averages in wins twenty seven instead of forty but they win all sudden you've played better like not only just that counting number but let's go across the board everything decreases but the results different we're saying you're more valuable now in that respect so how do i contribute to my own value if the more i do i'm actually getting penalized for if we don't win at all by that logic it it it it's it makes sense but and i finally found soapy the the indianapolis colts with peyton manning okay went through this and they started once peyton manning figured out what was going on in the nfl they won thirteen games ten ten twelve twelve fourteen twelve thirteen twelve fourteen and ten okay that's pretty good and good well i played against a lot okay fourteen brit pretty good peyton manning breaks his neck and misses a season okay the year the first year he was gone they who they won two games with curtis painter as their quarterback to two and fourteen so by that logic peyton manning should have been the mvp of the nfl the year he didn't play play good point that because i get it that you're you're proving your value by not being there because without me we stink and with lebron this team would be they're not even a playoff team right or if they are.
"peyton manning" Discussed on Sportstalk 790
"Which is a defunct news organization or whatever it's kind of a bizarre name an early get it first time i heard the name i thought it was like a restaurant i had no idea i had no idea it was an actual news network right that's so al jazeera america a couple of years ago released this documentary in which they accuse peyton manning and some other athletes have pd us and it was mostly targeting peyton manning right and there was a guy who was a part of the documentary and there's a couple of layers to this documentary where the guy accused manning of having hgh sent to his house and other locations around the country but that peyton manning would have it addressed to his wife to wear this hgh in these shipments would go to peyton manning but they'd be addressed to his wife and then the guy backtracked on his comments but it was on video to where there were associates that came to the house to threaten him those were reportedly associates peyton manning's peyton manning denied it all even threatened to sue but you'll definitely never did so that story was out there you know couple in minutes it's die down people kinda loose loose focus on it and lose sight of of that whole story enough dino something that happened a couple of years ago paid manage retired and all that stuff so on friday this story resurfaced courtesy of the hollywood reporter who sang amongst other things and in a in a long article but the cliff's notes version the short abbreviated version was that peyton manning's lawyers confirmed much of what this individual in the documentary said about peyton manning having hgh shipments sent his wife and him going to the clinic late at night having that stuff ship to peyton manning's wife with her name on it so this court document that leaked on friday is saying that peyton manning's lawyers confirmed that like they confirmed a lot of what this guy said they don't say specifically what they are confirming but they do confirm a lot of what this guy said so peyton manning's agent comes out he denies it of course and they could do that whole that over eighteen he makes a statement or whatever they couldn't conduct peyton manning they managed agent makes the statement and it seems like a he said he said situation like everybody's pointing fingers.
"peyton manning" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Marsh who was in new england and you know who has provided another perspective he's got more direct experience been lane johnson a brand book brooks but what let me back up a step because reggie wayne did retire from football reportedly because the work environment was too tough during his stint in new england and he wasn't having fun now consider he came from the colts where peyton manning not exactly bozo the clown when it comes to practice peyton manning takes over peyton manning right manages they demanded excellence in indianapolis during reggie wayne's time there so for him to go from peyton manning and it's fun and then you go to england and in comparison to dealing with peyton manning it's so bad that you quit that's pretty jarring when you think about it but reggie wayne never came out and said they don't have fun he never broaden it beyond himself marsh said they don't have fun there's nothing fun about it there's nothing happy about it they don't have fun there and there's a theory that was talking to somebody yesterday there's a theory that it new england for whatever reason the current construction of the team the evolution of the roster over the past five years seven years there isn't that nucleus of guys who really are having fun winning and chasing championships otherwise cash marsh wouldn't say they caches marsh would be the aberration he'd be the reggie wayne who believes because he's not having fun and all the other guys seem to be having fun while they got a different definition of fun than me marsh comes out of there with the impression that he's not the only one everybody else has just scared to say so and the thinking is that at some point during this past fifteen to eighteen year run of greatness if you had a guy who was grumbling that it's not fun the locker room would take care of the problem the locker room would rectify quickly the player would be told you are having fun or the player would be gone because the locker room was full of guys who requested winning with fun and who didn't need to have fun to play football that it's not about fun it's your job and your job is to win and your fun comes when you end your career and you've got a safety deposit box full of rings and the ability to make a ton of money in and around new england for.
"peyton manning" Discussed on WEEI
"The discussion these two player irrelevant peyton manning was a player that is not doing we know was not doing the same things that career was doing right now and had a more of an injury history than brady did that with speak to a decline in the case of peyton manning he's had eight this huge surgery background neck surgery in two thousand ten heather injuries along the way and so you can point to that and say okay there was the point where the injuries finally cut off to a with brady that we got one thrill piece of injury is for mr year with ac acl that's it and so to me that would explain a lot more why manning's drop off ask why we talked me to complain these compare these two players excuse me because i can't look at praise injury has ringo okay those are the same the same way manning was in two thousand fourteen but here's where the manning neck argument falls apart he had his too asked years ever in denver after the next surgery 2013 he led the league in yards in touchdowns 55 touchdowns pretty good number yeah so the neck did not bother me 2012 2013 two of his best seasons ever did not bother him to the first eleven games 2014 so i'm not sure how much of a factor that was at the end of 2014 and in 2015 you don't think it's any part of the comparison drew brady amanda comparison but then tell me how manning was able to put together two and a half relief account firstever 2014 of his best years ever post next surgery how injured him so i would suggest that there's plenty there's at least some semblance of eta evidence that his wife may minori hgh that he was taking and the hgh any stop taking it through the last five games 2014 uh that's a very good question of a timetable on his hgh that's very fair it just very similar i mean you look at those numbers in five games it's not the largest sample size in the world but there's lots of similarities between the beginning of the end for peyton manning in the beginning of the end for brady and as we saw with manning it can and.
"peyton manning" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Think it was something like force until it was against the colson peyton manning and he decided that and it was actually even in his own territory and went for it and took keith for their decision but he decided they deserve better chance that his offense with tom brady on the road there in indianapolis would be able to convert on fourth until they and if memory if my memory is correct he did not but he felt that that was a better chance than giving the ball back to peyton manning in a game that was a out with the two fantastic quarterbacks and you had a sense in that game that whoever had the football last was going to win that to me that as much as bell check took some criticism for that decision he was going against peyton manning in his prime at home with receivers like marvin harrison and highpowered colts offense and yet understood at least spellcheck thought process their camp newton fao obviously added mvp caliber season mvp season a couple of years ago in 2015 had never be p season but he really doesn't have a ton of weapons around him anymore i understand mccaffrey went for the big play but they are not really a highpowered offense they are an offense that generally takes a lot of plays to work their way down the field and so the me that's different than playing vintage peyton manning in those colts teams in in their prime at home your plan here's sean payton you're playing at home i i just feel like in that situation the i would have backed up i will have backed up any other thing is part of a belgian thinking win in those gains going back also was that he didn't trust is his defense sean payton defense was pretty good the season safety fence was pretty good this season and carolinas' defense is a very good defense so it's not like it was any kind of sure thing about converting on fourth entail and to me there is a big difference they got lucky with the interception but easily that ball in the defender makes the right play that ball fast in the turf and now you're handing the ball at the.
"peyton manning" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Be on a lot of those ships and so being around him in practice most days of being around him at home games i have got a slew of of of peyton manning memories flooding back to mind for example is not a peyton manning memory but it was kinda triggered by a question around him one of his performance is the whole jim mora playoffs question which by the way was the last time the forty nine ers beat the colt was after that game in two thousand one that that question was asked i was one of fifteen people in rooney me jim said that that so i wouldn't want it asked the question is good question was asked by low what a bad question tim brag the ticking time bomb had been waiting and finally whom goes off from jim mora the favorite memory they'll give you have paid is something that would be only for about twenty of us that would no one and it shows you the love of peyton manning and the inquisitive nature of peyton manning because one of the things you have heard in all these various stories that have come out out over the course of the last week in her by stride you on earth unknown peyton manning stories is how many questions you would ask in preparation for something helmet ticketless he was in preparation studious in terms of detail one day he brings at a yellow pad piece of paper and it's like myself and my chapel maybe by 10 reporters are so that were the locker room because i have written now he's asking us questions is i have written down every backup quarterback there's been on this roster since i joined the indianapolis colts come at him can you guys name and we did pretty well we get close and they neither a couple of guys like what about this guys like yeah he was only the preseason things along those lines so the fact that he did my kinda given a taken it with your engine was as a football nerd as the rest of us those was that that's the memory that i like to share that not many people have that memory it's kind of uniquely minded mike chapel in anton james and guys like the name or nigel by the way will be broadcast live sunday tend to.
"peyton manning" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Play in the shadow of of peyton manning i mean really your upset because that guy took dan i i heard people have we can talk about we'll blocks could really poor attitude said about and i don't i don't know i i just don't ever remember thinking to myself you know what ruckaus role in the seventeen as a really pissed poor i just never thought that one time so i don't you know i kid you we all get provincial we all get tunnel vision does the broncos and wherever you know we want the best for them as a fan i get that but you know this young guy had a chance to to to make a move and sort of it didn't work out foreign ripe the why why be upset with him that he's coming back i just don't quite get that sentiment meet either not at all in fact i always thought he had a really good attitude fill in how could you blame the guy for taking the honey in the national football league this is a business for feeds it's not a business for fans i understand that but for the players hits a business the he took the best he'll get thirty seven million dollars guaranteed the broncos offered their guarantee was about thirty so at the very least seven million dollars said a lot of money to law the muscle you know what he he did have to be the guy maybe this was part of two i don't know he didn't have to be the guy that took over for peyton manning from a super bowl championship team and i do think there is a little irritation while from peroxide with respect to not be in the guy that's that's a normal human reaction right he he was five a toos the starter you played well enough to earn the job with the broncos decided to go with peyton manning i get their decision to end don't you think he's been humbled and the now when he.
"peyton manning" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"But his likeability allows them to be very tough lawn today he still beloved you still buy shoes he's still an mvp candidate at the start of next year his armor is not even deemed i mean just take the braun he just did something nobody's ever done he averaged a triple double in the finals and this morning you are asking people to downgrade him staff wasn't even the best point guard in these finals and there is no discussion it is really crickets is that he can jackup threes and mess he can do the move it can be cocky he can throw mouthguard in a route he can keep shooting threes it all okay because he's likeable he is the will smith i can't think of another pro athlete like this that we love the upside we consider an alltimer i mean as good as peyton manning was we ding diem i we ding diem for the playoff losses about the only alltime great i can classify this the same classification would be brought forth the breadth far was so likeable we forgot ease the alltime interception leader we forgot that horrible interception for the vikings we forget about the internet thing it just disappears in the ether is that bret far in my opinion the most beloved nfl player of all time not the best he's the most beloved player football's middle america god far of just reeks of middle america y'all tractors wrangler scruff played in wisconsin he's middle america.