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Brett Hundley may start and will likely play for the Colts Sunday - who is he and what is he good at?Titans are easily the worst of the three opponents the Colts will have faced through Game Three - what do the Colts need to do to win? Ryder Cup starts today - Euros +220 is interesting but taking advantage would be un-American. Indiana on the road at Western Kentucky tomorrow night! --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-kent-sterling-show/support
0:00 The Jets are going to be bad this year, but they might not be the worst. 10:11 The Broncos are -10.5 vs. the Jets. 18:56 The High Five: The Broncos are excited for their home opener this weekend, Brett Hundley could start for the Colts, and more. Also, our Pick 4 player makes his football picks for a chance to win $925 this weekend!
Indianapolis Colts Linebacker, Darius Leonard, and Quarterbacks, Jacob Eason and Brett Hundley, spoke with the media about the importance of the divisional game in Nashville this Sunday against the Titans.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Minnesota Vikings Pick Prediction 8/21/2021 by Tony T. Colts at Vikings—NFL free pick is Indianapolis Colts +2. Colts quarterback rotation is Jacob Eason, Sam Ehlinger and Brett Hundley with the injury to Carson Wentz. Both Eason and Ehlinger saw action last week and combined for 25 of 36 passing for 310 yards in their win against the Panthers. With their starter out injured there is a sense of urgency now for the Colts to get a backup ready to start the season. Vikings rotation at quarterback is Kirk Cousins, Kellen Mond, Jake Browning, Nate Stanley and Danny Etling. Minnesota opened their preseason with a 33-6 defeat to the Broncos at home. Quarterback play was poor as Kellen Mond and Jake Browning combined for 11 of 26 passing for 79 yards. Vikings defense in their loss to the Broncos surrendered 249 yards passing and 11.3 yards per pass attempt. Play Indianapolis +2.
Carolina Panthers vs. Indianapolis Colts Pick Prediction 8/15/2021 by Tony T. Panthers at Colts—NFL pick is Carolina Panthers and Indianapolis Colts under 34.5. Both teams have scrimmage twice against each other this week so each defense has a great idea of the plays they will see. No starters go for Carolina in the opener. Their quarterback rotation is P.J. Walker and Will Grier. Colts Carson Wentz injured so it will be backups sharing time under center. Colts rotation is Jacob Eason, Sam Ehlinger and Brett Hundley. Ehlinger and Eason has been splitting time as the number one in practice. A combination of two scrimmages and weak QB rotation leads to under here. Play Carolina and Indianapolis under 34.5.
Indianapolis Colts Quarterbacks, Jacob Eason, Brett Hundley, Sam Ehlinger and Jalen Morton spoke with the media about how Training Camp has gone to this point and everyone getting more reps after the news of the injury to Carson Wentz.
Host Ian Hartitz breaks down Davante Adams' fantasy football value ahead of the 2021 season. Adams hasn't always been thought of as a legit top-five NFL wide receiver, but he was undoubtedly the No. 1 player at his position in 2020. This is largely thanks to his status as the league's single-best route-running technician. Of course, Aaron Rodgers has certainly made life productive for Adams as well, and fantasy investors would love to have No. 12 back under center in 2021 and beyond. The good news for Adams: we have an eight-game stretch from 2017 that proves he's capable of still returning WR1 value without Rodgers under center. Ian believes the 2020 version of Adams is better, Jordan Love should be an upgrade over Brett Hundley, and we're looking at more condenced target share this time around. The podcast concludes with Ian's specific ranking for Adams with or without Rodgers as well as a hat tip to those in the fantasy community willing to put charity money where their mouth is.
A pesar de las dudas con su contratación, Damontae Kazee parece ser la pieza que tanto ha necesitado Dallas en la posición de profundo. Si bien Kazee sufrió una rotura del tendón de Aquiles en 2020, el ex de los Falcons impresionó a muchos al mostrar un gran estado físico en las actividades organizadas de equipo la semana pasada. Quedará por ver si Kazee ofrece un nivel similar al de 2018, año en que fue colíder en intercepciones en la NFL. Además, se espera que el coordinador defensivo Dan Quinn pueda explotar todo el potencial de este jugador al que ya dirigió antes en Atlanta.Las expectativas generadas por los picks del día 3 en el draft deben ser moderadas. Mucho más si se trata de alguien seleccionado en la última ronda como Ben DiNucci. Sin embargo, los quarterbacks son examinados con más detalle que el resto. En esa evaluación minuciosa se ve que la actuación de DiNucci estuvo lejos de lo ideal incluso para un suplente. Por eso es que su continuidad en el equipo está en duda. Hasta aquí los Cowboys tuvieron a veteranos como Jeff Driskel o Brett Hundley en las instalaciones para analizarlos. Lo cierto es que el rol del egresado de JMU podría estar limitado al equipo de prácticas la próxima temporada.Sin lugar a dudas, se espera que Keanu Neal juegue en los Cowboys como linebacker. En palabras del mismo jugador, está enfocándose en ser apoyador del lado débil, o "WILL" linebacker. Si bien es cierto que durante cinco temporadas en Atlanta jugó como profundo, a Neal no le ha costado mucho el cambio de posición ya que la conoce desde su etapa en la secundaria. Por supuesto, cuenta con la versatilidad de jugar como profundo si se le requiere. Y trabajando como WILL, no solo tendrá que defender el juego por tierra rival, sino también realizar coberturas de pase.
In this episode of the Locked On Cowboys Podcast, Marcus Mosher and Landon McCool discuss all of the latest news and rumors surrounding the Dallas Cowboys. They debate if a Julio Jones trade would make sense for the Cowboys and if Michael Gallup would be a fair trade for the All-Pro receiver. They also talk about where Jones is likely to land and the future of the Atlanta Falcons Plus, they discuss Peter King's power rankings and the Cowboys not signing quarterback Brett Hundley despite a strong workout. All that and so much more in this episode of the show! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this episode of the Locked On Cowboys Podcast, Marcus Mosher and Landon McCool discuss the recent visit by Brett Hundley with the Dallas Cowboys and if he will sign with the team this offseason. Would Hundley solve their backup quarterback situation and what could he bring to the lineup, if needed? Plus, they debate who the team might sign if they pass on Hundley, including their thoughts on Gardner Minshew, Robert Griffin III and Jake Fromm. All that and so much more on this episode of the show! Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you’ll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline AG There is only 1 place that has you covered and 1 place we trust. Betonline.ag! Sign up today for a free account at betonline.ag and use that promocode: LOCKEDON for your 50% welcome bonus. Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Nugenix Text now, and they’ll include a bottle of Nugenix Thermo, their most powerful fat incinerator ever with key ingredients to help you get back in shape, absolutely free! Text DRAFT to 2-3-1-2-3-1. Wealthfront To get your first $5,000 managed for FREE, for life, go to wealthfront.com/LockedOnNFL Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
- Reunited and it feels so good - (7:03) NBA Play-In games start tonight - (19:56) Cowboys looking to bring in Brett Hundley as possible backup QB - (28:29) ESPN San Antonio Injury Update w/ Dr Casey Taber of TSAOG Orthopedics
The Arizona Cardinals have signed Cole McDonald to a futures contract. Burns and Gambo share what they know about the quarterback and what it might mean for Brett Hundley. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
With the Cardinals losing in Week 17 and failing to make the playoffs, Jess and Seth break down what exactly happened against the Rams. They discuss whether Kliff Kingsbury should have had Brett Hundley active, talk about the growing number of fans wanting to see Kingsbury replaced and give season grades and awards.
The Cardinals failed to defeat the L.A. Rams and backup QB John Wolford in Week 17. Seth and Jess explain what happened in the loss, talk about Chris Streveler vs. Brett Hundley, discuss how hot Kliff Kingsbury's seat should be right now, give season grades and name the winners of our yearly Cardinals season awards. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Chris Streveler, Brett Hundley or someone else? Gambo and Jordan Byrd discuss how the Cardinals should address the position in the offseason. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
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From the Archives: Today’s Coach and Coordinator podcast guest is Noel Mazzone, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Arizona. This will be Mazzone’s first season at Arizona after two seasons at Texas A&M under new Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin. Prior to that, he was the OC at UCLA from 2012-15 and Arizona State from 2010-11. He spent four seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets as a wide receivers coach/consultant, in addition to collegiate stops at Mississippi, NC State, Oregon State, Auburn, Minnesota, TCU and Colorado State. Mazzone has coached in 12 bowl games with seven different teams. He’s tutored several NFL quarterbacks, including Josh Rosen and Brett Hundley at UCLA, Brock Osweiler at Arizona State and Phillip Rivers at NC State. As a player, Mazzone played quarterback at the University of New Mexico and graduated in 1980. On today’s show, Mazzone tells host Keith Grabowski how he puts together a game plan, integrates players and coaches in that plan, and playing with tempo. Show Notes 1:58 How Mazzone created his offensive system 6:46 Formulating the terminology 9:16 Process of teaching terminology to players 10:03 Plays that work better in tempo 14:14 Preparing the number of plays they want to run on game day 18:48 Recognizing what opposing coordinators are doing 22:32 Building explosive plays in the game plan 25:47 Using the “12 percent rule” in game evaluation 30:36 Delegating game plan responsibilities to coaches/players 34:29 Organizing a week of practice to set up for the game 38:45 Attire and equipment for a relaxed practice day 39:53 Teaching situational “special” plays in practice 41:22 Pros and cons of using VR technology in practice 45:43 The Winning Edge
Brett Hundley seems like the obvious choice, but Chris Streveler reportedly is making strides at Camp K. Who wins the backup job? See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.
A condensed 60 minute radio broadcast of UCLA's 20-17 win over the Texas Longhorns on September 13, 2014. After UCLA quarterback Brett Hundley exited the game in the first quarter due to injury, backup quarterback Jerry Neuheisel helped lead the Bruins to victory at AT&T Stadium in Arlington.Chris Roberts (Play-by-Play), Matt Stevens (Color Commentator), and Wayne Cook (Sideline Reporter) - UCLA Sports Network from Learfield IMG College.
In the 5th episode of The Acme Packers Podcast BigB and PackerPeople12 discuss many topics. Starting off with their attempts with Danny Vitale and Brett Hundley to intro the show. We also discuss Aaron Rodgers May 16th Press Conference.
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'Arizona Cardinals quarterback' is the easy way to describe Brett Hundley, but he's way more than that. A world traveler and full-time photographer (on top of his day job), Hundley's interests go beyond football. In this conversation with Will Brinson, Hundley details his epic offseason trip that was cut short due to COVID-19. He also talks football, including the Cardinals addition of DeAndre Hopkins, Kliff Kingsbury's offense and the growth of Kyler Murray. Brett also discusses the difficulty of learning Mike McCarthy's system (from his time with the Packers) and why a limited offseason could pose problems for the Cowboys. 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod @WillBrinson, @bretthundley7 SCheck out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Luke Lapinski looks at Brett Hundley's value to the Cardinals, the national perception of Kenyan Drake, Deshaun Watson quoting the other Drake, the top five sporting events to go to whenever they come back, where ASU hoops ranks going into next season and more. Plus Mark Schofield joins the show to discuss the NFL free agent frenzy.
Brad is ready for more college hoops as ASU and UArizona Men's Basketball takes on the Los Angles teams. Him and Eric discuss the possible upcoming season and the Phoenix Suns as they get close to the end of their season. South Point Casino Resort Sports Marketing Director, Jimmy Vaccaro (12:40 on podcast), joins Brad as they get ready for tournament season in Vegas. They go over bets for college hoops, the possibility of Tom Brady heading to play for the Raiders and the upcoming NFL Draft. NFL Quarterback Brett Hundley (18:53 on podcast), Skype's in live in the middle of his offseason world tour as he visits Budapest, Hungary. They go over his chances of returning to the Cardinals, traveling while the cornoavirus spreads, and what he's doing in Budapest.
The Cardinals knocked off the Seahawks with a combination of a strong run game and solid defense. Craig Grialou, Mike Jurecki and Bertrand Berry talk about another big game for running back Kenyan Drake and the offensive line, the production of Chandler Jones and how Brett Hundley filled in for the injured Kyler Murray at quarterback.
After an exhilarating win on the road against the Seahawks - and with Christmas and the season finale coming up - Paul Calvisi, Darren Urban and Kyle Odegard discuss Kyler Murray's will-he-or-won't-he hamstring, Brett Hundley riding to the rescue, Chandler Jones' dominance, Kenyan Drake's contract push and a defense that finally has found itself.
The Seahawks got smoked by the Cardinals on a day the run defense was non-existent, the offensive line didn't show up and the coaching staff wasn't at its best. What now for the Seahawks as they look to overcome a slew of injuries before their rematch with the 49ers?
Just in time for the holidays, the football gods gifted us a strange Week 16 to wrap up the 2019 fantasy football season. Liz Loza and Matt Harmon discuss the wild Week 16 and the gifts they think each team received as a result of the weekend's games.For example, the Eagles gifted Cowboys fans what appears to be the end of the Jason Garrett era in Dallas. (01:22)Alvin Kamara found the end zone twice this week – his first scores since Week 3 – which might've been a gift that was too little, too late for his fantasy owners. Despite Kamara's season-long performance that didn't meet expectations, is he still a top 5 pick in 2020? (05:41)Brett Hundley, of all people, staved off a late comeback attempt by the Seattle Seahawks after Kyler Murray left the Cardinals game with a hamstring injury. Perhaps more so than #1 pick Murray, the real gift in Arizona might be Kliff Kingsbury, who is proving himself to be a more than competent NFL head coach. (10:42)Every Denver Bronco fan has been wishing for a QB ever since Peyton Manning hung up the cleats in 2016. Is Drew Lock the gift they've been waiting for? (13:48)In a startlingly high-scoring game, the Giants and Washington went into overtime tied 35-35! Dwayne Haskins went down with an injury, but it didn’t appear to be too serious. Daniel Jones, on the other hand, went absolutely nuts, throwing for 352 yards and FIVE touchdowns. What can we expect from these two young quarterbacks in their sophomore year? (21:02)Speaking of strangely high-scoring, how about those Bengals and Dolphins? Two months ago, this game looking like a snoozefest, and despite their bad records, these teams have set themselves up for interesting futures. (25:10)All those games and more on the last Sunday-night episode of the season.Please remember to rate, review and subscribe on your podcast provider of choice and send us your questions for future episodes on Twitter @YahooFantasy.Follow Liz @LizLoza_FFFollow Matt @MattHarmon_BYBCheck out the rest of the Yahoo Sports Podcast family at https://apple.co/2Abi8jk or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Brett Hundley led the Arizona Cardinals on a 78-yard touchdown scoring drive in the fourth quarter against the Seattle Seahawks. Yet, against a defense ranked 32 is pass defense and total defense coming into Week 16, Russell Wilson wasn't able to match that output. Let that sink in. Hundley relieved Kyler Murray in the third quarter after the rookie suffered a hamstring injury. Even with Jamarco Jones getting his first full-game action at left tackle for an injured Duane Brown and the Seahawks down to their fourth-string running back Travis Homer, it doesn't seem like a lot to ask from the quarterback tied for the lead in game-winning drives coming into the second to last week of the season. Subscribe to the Field Gulls Podcast via: Apple Podcasts | Google Podcasts | Spotify |Overcast | Pocket Casts | Stitcher | Castbox | Subscribe on Android | PlayerFM |RSS Support the show with a one-time or recurring monthly donation: glow.fm/flock Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
An annual tradition for the show kicks off this week as we bring on fellow podcasters from rival NFC West teams in the month of July. This year we kick things off with the team that finished at the bottom of the division, but a team that may have the most intriguing offseason. Bo Brack of the Locked on Cardinals podcast joins the show to talk about a team that had made a lot of moves this offseason. Not only have they made moves in free agency, but they had the first overall draft pick with Kyler Murray. With 2018 Seahawks backup quarterback Brett Hundley as the only other QB seemingly providing competition at the spot in Arizona this year, it looks as though Murray is a lock to be the Week 1 starter. Brandan and Bo talk about any concerns about making sure Murray has a more veteran presence to try and overcome to ensure he really earns that starting spot. With Patrick Peterson suspended for the first six games of the season, including the first matchup with the Seahawks in week 4, it looks as though former Huskies corner Byron Murphy could be lining up as a starter. Bo explains why the schedule lines up favorably for the second round pick to ease his way into the starting role. After breaking down each position, the guys gets into what really matters, ranking the most handsome coaches in the NFC West. Kingsbury joins a division with Carroll, Shanahan and McVay, which clearly makes the West a lock for the best looking group of head coaches in the league. We also make Bo predict the finishing order for each of the teams in the NFC West. Lastly, we recognize former Seahawks owner Ken Behring who passed away this week at the age of 91. After he sold the team to Paul Allen, Behring went on to be involved with some philanthropic endeavors that earn him Better at Life honors for this week. Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: email@example.com Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation
Florio & Simms discuss Frank Reich raving about Jacoby Brissett; Von Miller gushes about Ja’Wuan James; Doug Williams doesn’t rule out Dwayne Haskins starting Week One; Brett Hundley thinks he’s competing to start at QB; Should PED violators be barred from postseason?
Today’s Coach and Coordinator podcast guest is Noel Mazzone, offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Arizona. This will be Mazzone’s second season at Arizona after two seasons at Texas A&M under former Aggies and current Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin. Prior to that, he served as UCLA’s offensive coordinator from 2012-15 and Arizona State from 2010-11. He spent four seasons in the NFL with the New York Jets as a wide receivers coach/consultant, in addition to collegiate stops at Mississippi, NC State, Oregon State, Auburn, Minnesota, TCU and Colorado State. Mazzone has coached in 12 bowl games with seven different teams. He’s tutored several NFL quarterbacks, including Josh Rosen and Brett Hundley at UCLA, Brock Osweiler at Arizona State and Phillip Rivers at NC State. As a player, Mazzone played quarterback at the University of New Mexico and graduated in 1980. On today’s show, Mazzone discusses with host Keith Grabowski how he puts together his plans for installation during camp and answers questions from coaches from around the country. Show Notes: 2:38 Basic installation preparations 5:26 Rationale behind which plays to install when (question by Josh Wolfram, HC Willamette HS, OR) 8:08 How long before installing base do you put into down and distance (question by Tye Hiatt, OC Shepherd University, WV) 13:18 Finding a balance of technique and install during camp (question by Curtis Peterson, Indianapolis, IN) 16:44 How does having guys playing both ways affect install (question by Jacob Morris, HC Grant County HS, KY) 18:56 Handing out playbooks vs. Hudl clips and how to best teach a playbook (question by Justin Dottavio, NC) 21:46 Learning through VR (question from Justin Dottavio, NC) 24:02 Types of plays that take longer to install and how to adjust (question by Peter Kaufman) 26:20 Plays that get one-word tags 27:52 How to approach putting in specialty/trick plays 30:19 How to incorporate special situation plays 33:42 Handing the script for each practice 35:30 What a daily schedule looks like during camp 38:02 Scripting plays during pass skeleton 40:58 Charting plays and reps during camp 42:23 Benefits of team vs. inside run 46:25 Benefits of “no sweat” Thursdays (Wednesday for HS) 51:08 Mental benefits of fast Friday 52:05 Making fast Fridays work with guys playing two ways Related Content: https://soundcloud.com/user-804678956/the-game-planning-process-noel-mazzone-offensive-coordinator-university-of-arizona https://blogs.usafootball.com/blog/7133/implementing-motion-with-rpo-s https://blogs.usafootball.com/blog/6412/podcast-how-long-does-it-take-to-install-your-offensive-game-plan-5-coaches-weigh-in https://blogs.usafootball.com/blog/6854/podcast-best-of-coach-and-coordinator-the-game-planning-process-part-i
Breakdown (40 Minutes) Ralph Amsden talks about the Suns loss to the Chicago Bulls, and whether the Suns should regret taking Josh Jackson over Lauri Markkanen. The Hot List (9:20) - The Arizona Cardinals bring Terrell Suggs home, along with Brett Hundley. Combined with DJ Foster and Christian Kirk, do the Cardinals have four of the best Arizona high school football players of all time? - Did Nico Mannion finish as Arizona's best-ever high school basketball player? Will he keep his Arizona commitment? (17:20) - ASU women's basketball heads to Florida for their fifth consecutive NCAA Tournament appearance. (23:45) Five Good Minutes (27:40) Catching up on allegations against former Shadow Mountain head coach and Arizona high school/college basketabll legend Mike Bibby. Tweet of the Day (37:15) Apparently Auburn won a title that you may not be familiar with.
Breakdown (50 Minutes) Ralph Amsden talks about the Phoenix City Council meeting that saw a man convicted of attempted murder speak out against a tax to help remodel Talking Stick Arena in partnership with the Phoenix Suns, a tax that ended up passing by a vote of 6-2. The Hot List (15:20) Is Memphis Grizzlies PG Mike Conley a good fit for the Phoenix Suns? James Harden tied the record for most points scored by a visiting player at Madison Square Garden (24:13) Could the Arizona Diamondbacks experience with Zack Grienke help them develop another once-promising pitcher who has dealt with anxiety issues? (27:00) NFL Free Agency is around the corner- could Brett Hundley or Davis Webb be good backup options for Josh Rosen? (30:50) Five Good Minutes (37:10) AZCentral photojournalist Michael Chow tweeted a photo (along with dismissive comments) of high school basketball players kneeling in prayer during the national anthem. Ralph Amsden explains why this was an awful decision. Tweet of the Day (46:20)
The Seahawks have gone 0-4 in the preseason for the first time in the history of the organization and while it's not the kind of milestone fans want to see, we offer some perspective by talking about some other teams that have gone winless in the preseason. Shaquem Griffin jumped off the screen in preseason and now he may start the first week of the season with K.J. Wright battling a knee injury. Now that the preseason is over, it's time to take a look at the players remaining on the team after coaches cut the roster from 90 down to 53 players. And it shouldn't be a shock to anyone that the roster is now slightly different when it was announced, because it will continue to shuffle as other teams add and cut players to their squads. One of the biggest surprises was seeing Byron Maxwell sent to injured reserve which may effectively end any chance we will see him lining up across from Shaquill Griffin. Will Johnson be the week 1 starter or will the team choose to have Justin Coleman on the field for all the snaps even though he has shown to be most effective covering the slot? What about Earl Thomas who receives a special designation on the roster going into the season? The special teams decisions were made after the Chargers game, but are there other options available now that Seabass missed a couple kicks in the final game of the preseason. Coach Carroll says he "over tried" against his former team, so maybe there's nothing to be concerned about. Offensively, it looks like an exciting group of receivers and a group of running backs that should be able to improve over what the team showed last year. Coach Carroll was asked about George Fant at right tackle, and judging by his response, it seems safe to expect that Fant will be backing up both tackle spots for now. The backup quarterback was a bit of a surprise as the Seahawks made a trade prior to the game against the Raiders for former Packers quarterback Brett Hundley and Adam is not pleased by the move. In the final portion of the show, Brandan calls out the clickbait article writers for missing a piece of information that flew under the radar from the NFL's flagship podcast and Adam gets after a former Raiders receiver who was expected to be a part of their offense coming into 2018 and was cut from the team. Better at life honors go to ESPN's Mina Kimes who is conducting the hype train for Michael Dickson as Rookie of the Year and Adam honors a political leader who called for unity in his final moments. The pickem league has launched. Go to seahawkerspodcast.com/pickem and the top four prizes are open to all participants. Weekly prizes are given to our "VIP Flockers" who support the show at or above $3 a month at getintheflock.com. Subscribe via: Apple Podcasts | Spotify | Google Podcasts | Stitcher | TuneIn | RSS Follow us on: Facebook | Twitter Or listen on our free app for Android, iOS, Kindle or Windows Phone/PC Call or text: 253-235-9041 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Support the show Get in the Flock! Visit GetInTheFlock.com and get bonus episodes Or visit our website for other ways to support the show Find Sea Hawkers clubs around the world at SeaHawkers.org Music from the show by The 12 Train, download each track at ReverbNation
In Thursday's episode of the P:60 Packers Podcast, host Michael Cohen analyzes a crazy day at Lambeau Field, where one quarterback signed a massive contract extension and another was traded to the Seattle Seahawks. Tune in for a breakdown of the enormous Aaron Rodgers deal, an explanation of the Brett Hundley trade and what it means for undrafted rookie Tim Boyle.
Aaron Rodgers reportedly will get the biggest deal in NFL history, and former Packer James Jones broke the news. What does it mean for the Packers moving forward? We break it all down. Plus, Green Bay will deal backup QB Brett Hundley for a 2019 draft pick. What does that mean for the other QBs on the roster? We also answer some listener questions to close out the preseason. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
A room filled with heroes - Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Marc Sessler & Chris Wesseling - discuss the latest news from around the league, including Teddy Bridgewater being dealt to the Saints (6:10), Sam Darnold announced as the Week 1 starter (14:00), Aaron Rodgers's record-setting contract extension (16:50), Mychal Kendricks charged with insider trading (19:40), the Bengals sure up their defensive line (22:20), Alshon Jeffery not playing until Week 3 (25:20) and the Packers ship Brett Hundley to the Seahawks (28:10). The heroes then delve into their annual suggestions for the ‘Team of ATL’ (33:20).
In Wednesday's episode of the P:60 Packers Podcast, host Michael Cohen analyzes the quarterback competition between Brett Hundley and DeShone Kizer. Are they battling for one roster spot or two? Who's the leader in the clubhouse? Hear from Mike McCarthy, Brian Gutekunst and Kizer to decipher the QB equation.
The new helmet rules stirred controversy again over the last week, but is all the concern warranted? We dig into the task of balancing player safety with the integrity of the game. Then, we look at Brett Hundley vs. DeShone Kizer and if the Packers are going to end up keeping three quarterbacks on the roster. Why that could happen and what it means for other positions on this Green Bay roster. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In Friday's episode of the P:60 Packers Podcast, host Michael Cohen discusses the emergence of fourth-string quarterback Tim Boyle, who put on a show against the Tennessee Titans. So where does that put him in relation to Brett Hundley and DeShone Kizer? Tune in and find out.
Pat McAfee, AJ Hawk, and Jerry Thornton break down the highlights from Week 14 of the NFL. They discuss players who need the training staff to squirt gatorade directly into their mouth, The Wentz Wagon potentially losing a wheel, the blizzard in Buffalo, Pat earning an extra million dollars, Jerry comparing Brett Hundley to Aaron Rodgers, and Jerry "cracks open the bone and really sucks out the marrow" on the Patriots.
Jeff Ratcliffe breaks down all of the remaining fantasy football matchups in Week 13 of the 2017 NFL season. Topics include: what to expect from Devonta Freeman in his return, Dion Lewis and Rex Burkhead in a good spot to produce, Jordan Howard poised to bounce back, Brett Hundley as a streamer, DeMarco Murray and Kenyan Drake in bad matchups, can we trust Kareem Hunt, Alex Collins trending up, Philip Rivers ready to smash again, Jared Goff keeps rolling, Ben Roethlisberger's outlook on the road, and much more.
A room filled with heroes- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler, Chris Wesseling & Gregg Rosenthal recap all of the Week 11 action, including Minnesota's lopsided win over the Rams, which might have produced the front-runner for Radio Call of the Year (3:45); Another victory for the seemingly playoff-bound Saints (10:00); Wess lays into Gregg over an outrageous claim about Roger Lewis's big catch (20:00); Nick Shook joins the show to discuss Brett Hundley's clunker in Green Bay (35:00) and tries to answer "How did the Browns get here" (45:30); Dan pays tribute to Jay Cutler in what he thinks could have been his last game (55:00); Carson Wentz strengthens his MVP case with a monster win over the Cowboys in Dallas (1:06:00) And more!
Are the Bills finally showing their true colors? (3:30); A solid victory for the Vikings, who look to be on the up and up (10:00); The Rams solidifying their case as a playoff contender (24:00); Wess declares war on Lions fans and defends his take on Golden Tate (37:40); Dan scolds the ATN Subredditers and gives them a sad horn for choosing the Jets as their Lock of the Week pick (41:00); Brett Hundley takes some promising steps forward, possibly giving Packers fans hope (46:30); Just how bad have the Giants become? (52:00); The Patriots are on their way to another Super Bowl (59:00); and more!
A room filled with some heroes- Dan Hanzus, Marc Sessler & Gregg Rosenthal (plus a cameo from Chris Wesseling) recap all of the Week 7 action, including the Super Bowl rematch between the Falcons and Patriots (1:00); Wess drops in to give his take on the beginning of the Brett Hundley era and the Saints-Packers matchup (13:00); A front-runner for radio call of the year before Nick Shook's *sad* recap of the Titans-Browns game (36:00); History made in the Bears' victory over the Panthers (56:00); and much more!
Daniel Jeremiah and Bucky Brooks debate whether the Colts should trade quarterback Andrew Luck and the Packers will make the playoffs (13:41) with Brett Hundley at the helm (11:18). The guys also throw out their bold predictions for Week 7 (17:56) before they are joined by Washington Huskies star wide receiver Dante Pettis (21:55).
Jim Sannes of numberFire is joining us to run through some of the tougher decisions this week with setting your lineup. How viable is Tyrod Taylor (11:17) and Blake Bortles (13:59) this weekend? Should you start the running backs in Green Bay (23:03)? We're answering those questions and more including what to make of Ted Ginn's role with Willie Snead getting more involved (39:25) and if the Saints' defense is worth using against a Brett Hundley led Packers team (49:57). Sponsors: SeatGeek.com – The easiest way to get tickets to live events. Get the best seats at the best prices – fully guaranteed. Use promo code FANTASYPROS for $20 off your first purchase. Visit FantasyPros.com, the best source for Expert Consensus Rankings - Subscribe to our YouTube channel: bit.ly/fpros-subscribe - Follow us on Twitter: @FantasyPros - Support the podcast and subscribe:podcast.fantasypros.com
The Ringer's Michael Lombardi and Tate Frazier sit down to discuss whether Brett Hundley can solve the quarterback conundrum in Green Bay (03:00), Dirk Koetter in the hot seat (15:00), James Washington's draft stock (25:00), and a questionable move by the Raiders (29:45).