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It's about connection. And now with Apple TV Plus, Friday Night Baseball comes home. Friday Night Baseball, streaming on Apple TV Plus. Back in studio for The Hump Show and actually not traveling again for quite a while, but it was good to take the show on the road. I heard from so many of you who enjoyed our shows from Green Bay, which is awesome. I'm glad because we put a lot of effort into them and it was a lot of work just between being on site at a game, trying to keep up with all my notes and everything that was happening in football and then making sure that we were all, you know, physically digitally connected to do the show and then Jay and I coordinating is a little bit more challenging when we are not in the same place. We will be in the same place when it comes to Super Bowl Week. I'm going to say that at least once a week throughout the NFL season for the first time since Miami in 2012, it was early 2020 but it was the 2019 season, we will be taking the show on the road to the Super Bowl.
So Arizona here we come. That's down the road obviously but it's good to practice and I love to take after hours into our various cities where we have affiliates and once again my thanks to Jimmy who's the program director at the Green Bay affiliate where I did the show and as I told you there was nobody else in the building last night. When I left on Tuesday morning to, well, to go back to my uncle's, grab my stuff and go to the airport, there was still no one in the building. So it was a little bit eerie just because not all the lights are on and I told you about how dark it was around the building but they were very kind to just trust me and let me come and go and not worry about me blowing anything up and so the last thing I got from Jimmy when I told him thank you, this is before I flew out of Appleton, Wisconsin on Tuesday morning, so glad it was able to work out and you got to spend the time with us and your fam. Stay in touch.
Hope to see you again soon. Go pack go. Oh yes, that's a part of every greeting from every Wisconsin family member that I have.
Go pack go or let's go packers or something along those lines. You are born into it. You don't get to be the fan of another team if you are a true Wisconsinite. It doesn't happen that way.
You might be excommunicated. It's just not going to happen, man. It's just not going to happen, man. Even if you don't like Aaron Rodgers' haircut, which my uncle is determined is the reason why they've played so poorly in seven of their eight quarters. Well, offensively, let's not blame the defense or blame Aaron's haircut for the defense. So it's After Hours with Amy Lawrence back inside the CBS Sports Radio headquarters. Jay and I are reunited and we're sharing snacks. So we've done goldfish. We've done popcorn. Now we've got a Nature Valley sweet and salty nut bar. This came from Wisconsin.
My aunt gave this to me for breakfast on Tuesday morning. It's not often that I go 14 hours without a meal, but that was the case on Tuesday. Not only was I wandering around Chicago O'Hare airport waiting for my connection that got delayed, but I was not, I was not paying $10 for a salad that's no bigger than a softball. No, I was not doing it. On the flight they were charging $10 for it?
No, that would have been even more, I'm sure. The guy, who even knows what the guy next to me paid for his salami sandwich that actually smelled pretty good, but I fell back asleep after that. Yeah, it was too expensive and the place was crawling with people and I didn't want to stand in line anyway. Airports are worse than ballparks with the prices of food. Yeah, well and the food is not as good. I think at ballparks you can find real good food.
I don't think the food at airports, unless it's an actual restaurant as opposed to, you know, some little express place. So it was a long stretch. So then I got home from the airport, had to hit rush hour traffic around New York. So got home from the airport and I was so hungry all I had that I could make quickly was pasta, right? So I throw penne and elbows, because I didn't have penne for oatmeal, I throw penne and elbows into a pot. I go ahead and I grab my favorite pasta sauce.
I douse them with pasta sauce and before I can even sit down, I couldn't even stand it. I started eating. I'm eating at the kitchen counter because I was so hungry. I was shoveling them.
It was very unattractive and very unladylike and I am glad there was no one there to see it. But man, I was hungry. So that was the saving grace was getting home and being able to have some pasta. And then a bit of a nap, but it's just it's not enough. So if I have, you know, just tangents and I wander, my mind wanders, my stories wander, I forget what I was talking about on this edition of the show.
Please excuse me and just nod and smile and promise you'll listen when I'm not deliriously tired. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence. We're live from the Rocket Mortgage Studios.
You need to know what it takes for a home to fit your budget and your family. Rocket can. The big headline from Tuesday night, Aaron Judge belts home run number 60 in what was a ninth inning that appeared to be the Yankees playing out the string until it wasn't. Do you know the Yankees entered the game 0 for 113 as in they had lost 113 games in which they trailed by four runs or more in the ninth inning.
This goes back to 2017. That's how long the streak. And this is a really good Yankees team. They made playoffs.
They've had high aspirations. Now, first time in 114 tries going back five years that they're able to rally in the ninth inning after trailing by at least four runs. Swing on drove the deep left.
That ball is going to be gone. A grand slam to win the game. No one out bases loaded grand slam bottom of the ninth. And the Yankees have come back in the ninth inning with five runs to win the game 9 8. Stanton finally delivered a bullet line drive in the left field seats. Giancarlo don't see both the bar low a stand Tony and home run a bullet line drive in the left field seats. What an inning.
And you know what's crazy. And maybe if you don't hear a lot of John Sterling home run calls you may not have noted this right away. That ball off Giancarlo Stanton's bat was in fact a bullet.
So he he termed it correctly there at the end. It we were watching it a couple times it barely got off the ground. I'm not sure it ever went higher than say 12 feet. It barely cleared the wall in left field. And so it was such a laser that John Sterling didn't have chance to do his it's it is high it is far.
Oh yeah that one. Anyway he didn't have a chance because the ball was out before he could do that. So all he could say was the ball got belted which it in fact did. And so for the first time in 114 tries 114 games when the Yankees were trailing by four more runs in the ninth inning they rallied for the win. And Jay just said to me but I expressed it earlier can you imagine leaving early to beat traffic to beat the crowds at the train the subway you left early you missed history with home run number 60 and then you missed a walk-off.
No never leave early. I saw empty seats watching that game behind the plate there was definitely I mean a little good amount of people were still there even they were down four runs but there was a lot of people who did leave that game and that's that's on you that's a bad job because you knew Aaron Judge was getting up and what else are you doing there. How many people do you think left the Browns-Jets game early on Sunday? With a minute 55 to go and Nick Chubb scoring his third touchdown I know Cade York missed the extra point but they were still up 13. Again we're talking about 20 plus years since a team has rallied from two touchdowns behind in the final two minutes. How many people do you think bolted for the exits as soon as that happened? I would guess a bunch right after Chubb scores that touchdown you think okay this is over let's wrap it up get out of here beat the crowd beat the traffic let's try right get back to those cards around the radio. Right I'm trying to think of the other games I don't know how many people would have left Baltimore early because even though the Ravens were up huge Lamar Jackson scored on a 79-yard TD run the longest of his career there's a lot of excitement there and so I don't know how many people would have left that one early because the comeback started early in the fourth quarter right there's too much time. Yeah exactly so unless you've got some place to go you're probably not leaving that game early and the comeback started and it was fast and furious and so before you know it the Dolphins are within striking distance but the stark rally by the Jets to me that one probably was done in front of fewer fans because I would guess there are a bunch of people who left the dog pound early don't blame brownie the elf or elfie wait what's his name I forgot is it brownie the elf it's brownie brownie the elf it's not brownie elfie it's not elfie brownie elf it's bad there's no such thing as bad luck based on a logo on a field stop it just like you don't get bad karma because as a hitter you might run over the pitcher's mound I know that's taboo and it is the cardinal sin but it doesn't bring you bad luck don't step on the line either okay that's why I can't have these conversations with producer jay because he's all about juju and mojo and jinxes and I don't believe in any of that garbage none of it it's after hours here on CBS sports radio you can send your questions for asking me anything to our show twitter after hours cbs or our facebook page by the way I just want to say it again before we move on and we will and actually we want to bring back part of our conversation with ross tucker who was doing the westwood one broadcast of monday night football from orchard park new york so the bills who have appeared to at this point let me put the caveat on it it's week two they've appeared to be the most dominant team in the nfl and they actually have the 2-0 record to prove it right so they've looked dominant I would give you that the dolphins have made some really impressive statements in their wins now they blew out the patriots but obviously got behind to the ravens what was it 23 to actually I think the raiders were up 23 to 7 in the fourth quarter but the the ravens were still up by three touchdowns in the second half and so they fell behind in that situation but yes they were I mean ultra impressive in that fourth quarter do you know in the fourth quarter Tua Tango Veloa had 199 passing yards in that quarter alone 13 for 17 and four touchdowns I mean what are you doing ravens defense and I've said over and over they were gassed and so the offense did them no favors this is why football's a team sport because if the offense manages to keep possession of that ball for say four minutes longer in the quarter the comeback doesn't happen so make note of this because I feel like this is a great example the Steelers and patriots were playing in a pretty tight affair not a glorious offensive display by any means and you know what the patriots did to secure that win on the road they kept the ball the final six and a half minutes and a half minutes they never gave it back to the Steelers and whether or not you think Mitch Trubisky and the Steelers offense is anything to write home about why bother giving the ball back to them you never Joe Flacco's offense isn't anything to get excited about either right sometimes I wonder if the man has a pulse well we know he does now I'm just teasing I tease about Joe Flacco to emphasize the point that the Jets never should have come back in that game but whether or not you believe in the Steelers offense why give them the ball you cannot score the majority of the time if you don't have the ball well you can't score ever if you don't have the ball but I mean they could have forced a turnover potentially and and there's always the chance there's going to be a defensive touchdown but those are rarer so why in the hell would you want the the ball to go back to them so that's what you do that's how you preserve a win as a you preserve a win as an offense you don't give the ball back to the other team isn't that the strategy we've seen for years with Tom Brady Aaron Rodgers Peyton Manning don't give them the ball they can't hurt you when they're standing on the sidelines fidgeting because they don't have an opportunity to go out there with the ball in their hands we don't have time for that I think that's the best way is keep away so there's plenty of blame to go around with the Ravens because they gave the ball right back to Tua so many times but among the two and oh teams and there are six of them the Bills have definitely looked dominant the Dolphins have dominated in stretches the Chiefs have also looked really impressive but I still say that AFC West division is going to be one in which they batter and bruise each other so nobody's going to come out unscathed in the AFC West what a good word try to come up with a better word than unscathed right now scolding would be another good word can we use scolding in a sentence no no no I like unscathed you do it's a good one that was a good choice all right the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are 2-0 and they've looked brutal on offense the Eagles have looked pretty impressive in going 2-0 I'll give them that as well so those are probably the top two so anyway who says that on the radio so anyways anyway isn't that Lizzo that's a that's a Lizzo moment in one of her song about Dan time I think because it's on my running playlist see this is what's gonna happen things are gonna pop in my brain and my spaghetti plate brain is in full effect tonight anyways anyways so anyway it's one of those phrases that people utter when it's very awkward anyway anyways not that fast though that's even more awkward so coming up a part of my conversation I say so a lot part of my conversation with Ross Tucker who was doing the game between the Bills and the don't tell me titans on Monday night in Orchard Park and we're not going to talk necessarily about that game as much because we talked about that one plenty but there were a couple of key points that I think he made and one that's going to spark our question on this edition of the show our show question on this edition of after hours on Twitter a law radio always good to hear from you and on our Facebook page too you're sending your questions for after uh see you're sending your questions for ask Amy anything I have to give Jay credit he's not laughing at me even when I say stupid stuff I mean earlier he was shaking his head at me like he was my grandmother or something shaking his head at me like he's disapprovingly shaking his head at me you're so disappointed at what just came out of my mouth you just shook your head again although you're smiling now so but earlier you just it was that like straight line with the mouth I just very stern yes very stern angry scolding look oh I did it all right so send your questions for ask Amy a little bit with Ross Tucker to spark our question which I actually think Jay and I were debating this earlier so I hope some fans gear up for game day but some fans follow their team every day that's why the locked on podcast network has a daily podcast for your favorite NFL team every trade every overtime win every game our local experts cover the 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rolled into one get started today at trytheroom.com that's trytheroom.com some fans gear up for game day but some fans follow their team every day that's why the locked on podcast network has a daily podcast for your favorite NFL team every trade every overtime win every game our local experts cover the biggest stories around your team every day search locked on plus your favorite NFL team on the odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts the locked on podcast network your team every day hope you have fun with it we're hanging out on a hump show it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio you are listening to the after hours podcast josh will take another shotgun snap takes takes a handoff gonna throw it looks down field looks down field fires down field looking for digs inside the five dives for it makes the catch and it is caught touchdown buffalo josh allen to stephan diggs touchdown bills a 46 yard completion this is after hours with amy lawrence that was a ball that traveled 50 yards through the air josh allen dropped back and even though it was officially a 46 yard touchdown by the time he dropped back and heaved the football and it dropped in perfectly to one stephon digs in the end zone it had traveled over 50 yards in the air the connection between the two is now multiple seasons and multiple off seasons of work and it's dangerous it is powerful and so it's a lot of fun to watch those two work it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio john murphy is the voice of the buffalo bills radio network and after that game ross tucker who was the national analyst on westwood one joined us as he was driving home from orchard park and so it was cool to be able to snag a couple of minutes with him he spent time in buffalo as an nfl offensive lineman and he speaks very highly of the bills and their fans but i want to bring back part of that conversation and pick it up where i was asking him about some of the more dangerous quarterback wide receiver combos in the league with the way josh finds stephon and the way stephon knows what to do with that football they've got to be right up there yeah and if you think about it with tyree kill leaving patrick my homes in kansas city and devante adams leaving erin rogers in green bay i'm not sure there's a better one out there i'm not sure there's a a better quarterback receiver combo than josh allen's to find digs right now i mean they were masterful tonight in every way it felt like it was just easy for them out there so then what do you do if you're a defense how do you begin to disrupt their rhythm or get to josh allen to force him into situations where he's not comfortable well what i think people want to do is they want to play two deep safeties and force the bills to either run the ball or throw the ball underneath especially when the bills have gabe davis who didn't play tonight that's what they want to do but you know the difference between the bills this year and other years i think is josh allen is way more comfortable being patient and he's very natural getting the ball out of his hands quickly you know i don't know that i ever thought he'd be the type of quarterback that's just spraying the ball around i think their first touchdown drive it was six different receivers which is amazing right and he's doing it super super quickly getting rid of the ball which is always in my mind a great sign for a quarterback that knows what the heck they're doing so ross i gotta ask you about a post i saw on your twitter and i know that you have extra insight you're an expert when it comes to these things but bills versus eagles super bowl confirmed really after two weeks are you you're good with that yeah well you know uh those are the two teams that i kind of have a thing for you know um the the bills were the team that i i had the best experience with as a player and i enjoyed the most and they've never won it and then obviously i grew up outside of philadelphia i do the eagles preseason games on tv most of the time i do their free game on the radio unless i have another game so um you know i'm just having some fun although right now you know i'm not i'm not sure i certainly wouldn't pick anyone over the bills in the afc and i'm not really sure how many i would pick over the eagles and the nfc right now i think there's i think there's a decent you know there's some percentage chance that that actually happens obviously it's really early and it's a little bit tongue in cheek uh but that's what's fun it's fun to say something like that and get all the eagles and bills fans excited and the fans of the other teams all upset as if i'm like totally serious from what you've seen at the eagles so far why are they so dangerous well you know similarly to the bills they just have a really good roster i mean the only real question for the philadelphia eagles right now is probably their quarterback and jaylen hurts just played the best game of his career you know so if if your biggest question the guy just went whatever it was 26 to 31 you know passing touchdown a couple rushing touchdowns in prime time you know in a big spot that just bodes extremely well i you know i do a lot of talk radio in philadelphia and the main two questions all off season and certainly even after week one are jaylen hurts the quarterback and jonathan gannon the defensive coordinator and jaylen and i'm not sure either one of them could have had a much better night you know they they really held the vikings in check three interceptions of cousins seven points and then obviously as discussed hurts had the game of his life it's not just the stats and we know he can run it's the it's the ball placement it's how fast the ball is coming out it's him not making critical errors it's him seemingly being in total control he's just it was a really impressive performance by hurts that if that continues i think my tweet has a real good chance of happening well then why the questions about him ross what are the questions about jaylen i think the biggest question is just consistency throwing the ball from the pocket with accuracy right everybody knows he can run everybody knows he can throw on the move the question will be you know how fast is he getting the ball out and can he consistently make the throws that are necessary in the small windows on second third and long those type of situations and so far this year he's really been up to the task probably did it more with his legs against the lions but part of that's because they were blitzing and he made a number of tremendous throws to aj brown against detroit and then tonight it was mortis avante smith but he spread it around pretty well i mean he's two for two you know every week is sort of a referendum on whether or not he's the long-term answer in philadelphia whether or not they're going to give him a new contract and out of the 17 regular season chances he'll get he's definitely two for two now let me ask you this we put a poll up and it's it's getting a ton of traffic as you can imagine because misery loves company among nfl fans we asked which fan base or which team should be the most mortified on monday following its performance on sunday week two now we gave the fans options of the colts who got skunked by the jaguars the browns who gave up a two touchdown lead in two minutes and lost to the jets the raiders who lose in overtime at home to the cardinals despite having a three touchdown lead and then the ravens who give up six touchdowns to two including four in the fourth quarter which team should be most mortified as they wrap week two and look ahead to week three it's the colts you know the other three teams obviously you're extremely disappointed with the critical errors they made late in those games to lose those games but at least they've been in the games at least cleveland and baltimore has wins and they're right there in the mix in the afc north if you're a colts fan right now i mean you're really questioning a lot of things you're questioning matt ryan you're questioning frank reich you might even be questioning the general manager i mean there's a lot of thoughts going through your head if you're a colts fan after they were very very fortunate to come back and tie the texans and then 24 nothing to the jaguars rough absolutely rough yes for sure all right before we let you go ross what's one other nfl headline storyline maybe a particular game that is burning a hole in your pocket or something like that that's sticking with you after week number two honestly i think it's nathaniel hackett amy um you know i know they won the game against the texans but it might be the worst two-game start for a head coach that i can recall man you know i mean they get the home crowd falling out the play clock so that you don't get more delay games or waste more time outs the the play calling on the goal line and short yardage i mean you want to talk about abysmal it is real real bad for nathaniel hackett and okay you know maybe they'll improve whatever i i guess my question would be what are the odds a guy that looks this inept to start his career what are the ads he becomes a really good coach i mean he might end up becoming okay but it seems hard in my mind to start out absolutely dreadful and get to the point where people think you're an excellent coach i mean it's it could be one and done for nathaniel hackett because this ownership group isn't even the ones that hired him true good point although it blows me away he was an offensive coordinator for years in the league it's not like he just got into the nfl yesterday i don't understand how you is it just that much of a jarring leap to to be the one who's actually in charge of everything the totally different job you know all he's ever had to care about was calling the play or designing the offense he's never had to be the game management guy or the clock manager and he's obviously overwhelmed whatever processes whatever processes he's put in place clearly aren't good enough and it's it's honestly i have buddies that are broncos fans it's embarrassing i mean it really it was legitimately embarrassing these first two games i guess the good news is they won a game they can only get better from here yeah all right you take that and you run with it uh ross tucker if you want to find him on twitter at ross tucker nfl or ross tucker.com for his various ventures it's always good to catch up with you thank you so much for a couple minutes my pleasure amy thank you so much for having me you know i'm a big fan of the show so that were was part of my conversation with ross and the reason i bring it back is twofold because we hit some of the big storylines and some of the teams that are to know but also it struck me as i was thinking about the show and and where i wanted to go tonight but also some of the themes in week number two it is not easy to be an nfl head coach right it's not easy to do the job and not only are you responsible for everything the buck stops with you media responsibilities a lot of coaches talk about how that weighs heavily on them because you're the one who is essentially the face and the voice of the franchise along with the quarterback and we know the shelf life for coaches is relatively short think about a quarter of the league 25 of the nfl has new head coaches in this season 2022 how many of them are actually going to survive well we don't know that yet but we know a bunch of them are brand new including nathaniel hackett matt eberflus he's another one brian day ball although the giants are starting out 2-0 but we can be distracted by shiny objects sometimes right we don't know how many of these coaches will survive every year there are unmitigated disasters and you know they're not the right people and i think more recently the urban meyer hire bad idea the freddy kitchens hire bad idea but the nfl's history is littered with coaches who were either not head coaching material or not ready or in a lot of cases just the team itself wasn't in a good spot and the coach becomes the sacrificial lamb and every week whether it's the established coaches or whether it's the guys who are new or whether it's veteran coaches who are in new places like mike mccarthy or lovey smith every week fans pile on blame the coach fire the coach right now there's a lot of frank reich so question tonight as we go through a hump show and of course it'll be on our social media all day in your opinion who are the best coaches in the nfl top three who are the best coaches the ones that you're comfortable giving the benefit of the doubt you trust them your top three most trustworthy nfl head coaches you trust them you believe in them it used to be a thing in bill we trust i'm not sure it is anymore is it what have you done for me lately is it track record is it longevity mike tomlin's never had a losing season with the pittsburgh steelers and yet people still want him to get fired every single week so on twitter alaw radio producer jay will put a post up and we'll retweet i don't either well that's not true i do actually fear it it gives me tension in my gut hockey's back soon you know that nathan mckinnon now the nhl's richest fattest contract ever plus i saw that both pk suban and zidane ochara are retiring too nacho thorton though 43 looking for a new team please he's my favorite all right so twitter are you so pissy leon twitter and facebook you can send your questions for asking me anything which is an hour from now and who are the top three most trustworthy nfl head coaches in other words if you could get one of these guys as your head coach today you would trade whoever you had you'd trade it right now that's just it's brutal it's it's brutal and it's ruthless that's coaching and you are listening to the baseball america's game it's about connection and now with apple tv plus friday night baseball she comes home is this happening it is friday night baseball streaming on apple tv plus some fans gear up for game day but some fans follow their team every day that's why the locked on podcast network has a daily podcast for your favorite nfl team every trade every overtime win every game our local experts cover the biggest stories around your team every day search locked on plus your favorite nfl team on the odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts the locked on podcast network your team every day ready to improve your bottom line the room can match you with a top financial analyst trusted by small businesses startups and entrepreneurs the room's virtual financial analysts are highly trained vetted through a rigorous data-driven process and matched to fit your needs drive business growth with a virtual financial analyst from the room it's like listening to all the financial podcasts rolled into one get started today at trytheroom.com that's trytheroom.com some fans gear up for game day but some fans follow their team every day that's why the locked on podcast network has a daily podcast for your favorite nfl team every trade every overtime win every game our local experts cover the biggest stories around your team every day search locked on plus your favorite nfl team on the odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts the locked on podcast network your team every day after hours podcast this is after hours with amy lawrence walters in maryland hi walter well hello pretty lady how you doing great amy you represent class intelligence and personality and that's everything i wanted in a park show host he had the whole cam and ds thing going on you're beautiful girl you're on television wow she's on radio what the hell she's doing on radio i don't want to do i don't want to do tv there's not enough air time for me they only gave me five minutes on cbs this morning i was like hey where's my radio show i got more to say here's amy lawrence okay you guys are gonna laugh at me producer j just got hit are these apple these are apple right correct this is there's so many reasons why i don't use apple products producer j just got me his apple headphones not his earbuds because we can't use those obviously here uh because there's no bluetooth in our studio from 1972 but i don't know how these go in my ear am i wearing them backwards uh so the one side you'll see like that volume thing go but reach down on the yeah yeah that's that should be the right the row so it's the opposite of my skull candy so i use skull candy headphones and then i put the apple headphones in the same way thinking it was right it's not because they don't feel correct hold on flip them around i can do this oh okay i think that oh that feels a lot different there we go okay well yes it definitely makes a difference when i can hear myself in both ears i know it sounds odd just take my word for it it's a it's a media thing tv and radio and actually a lot of people in tv they only wear a headphone or an earbud in one ear and it's it's kind of tucked in behind their hair uh or down below their collar or it runs down their back because you don't want to see it or producers don't want you to see it when they're on the air but in radio it doesn't matter so i wear two earbuds rather than the type of headphones that go over your ears that look as though you're piloting a plane yeah i can't i can't do that there's it's it drowns out too much audio and i can't just pull one of the ears out it's all this uh vernacular shop talk sorry so not interesting it's after hours with amy lawrence on cbs sports radio do you want to know what struck me on uh tuesday tuesday about flying home something has never happened to me no it's actually really neat i thought you were talking about an object oh no you mean physically struck me no it was a i think it was a significant moment that struck me uh as i was getting on my plane in appleton were already delayed it was a big disaster there were thunderstorms my my uncle sends me a text well it's sunny over here so i'm going for a bike ride oh great thank you uncle tom i appreciate that for the first time in my entire life and i've done a lot of flying in fact i remember being on a plane for the first time ever when i was four years old i can still remember it it was back when your parents could walk you up to the plane and hand you off to a flight attendant and the flight attendant would give you wings and would sit you in the front in first class and would watch you the entire time yeah that doesn't happen anymore um there could be special exceptions but i remember being on a plane because my parents were divorced very early in my life and so we would fly back and forth to to visit my father anyway so i've been flying since i was four years old never one time have i had a female pilot like a female captain i've never had a female captain before until today or tuesday sorry it was really neat it struck me at first at first you know when they the crew shows up i just assumed because i was wrong but i assumed you know what happens when you assume that she was a member of the flight attendant staff but then i realized on this plane which is a relatively small jet that goes back and forth from chicago to appleton there's only one flight attendant and generally it's a younger flight attendant who's earlier in her career this woman was older older than me maybe in her 60s and she was the captain she was the lead pilot it was really cool she's the one that spoke to us over the pa first time ever that i've been in a plane that was piloted by a female captain i i was i wanted the chance to say how cool it was to her but she was still in the cockpit when we landed and walked off the plane and so i didn't have a chance but i was i was actually blown away by that i thought that was really neat yeah that is awesome so actually when i flew to belgium a couple months ago um on the way home on the return trip i don't think she was the captain because she wasn't the one doing the voice on the intercom or but when i was leaving she was the first mate i think so because when i was leaving the plane there was i noticed a woman who must have been like a pilot or something because she was in the cockpit area like standing there like saying you know thank you thank you for flying with us and i was like oh wow that's so cool i've never i don't think i had ever had a female pilot either but i don't think she was the main pilot because again she wasn't on the intercom or any the captain but yeah she was definitely in the cockpit i noticed it too it was really cool that is cool i think that's amazing and i know that a lot of these airlines do run special programs and training and education recruitment to try to get females uh as captains and as pilots uh and and so this is the first time i've ever seen it but i i really did want to speak to her and i didn't have the chance um but i think that was awesome she obviously isn't a first timer i mean the woman was older i just had not ever encountered that before so i thought that was really cool coming up after the top of the hour an extended edition of qb news but in the interim producer j who are the best coaches in the nfl right now the top three most trustworthy coaches don't try to steal mine i gotta go with my guy mike tomlin my guy i like how you say that my guy mike tomlin i wish he was my guy okay mike tomlin it's hard for me not to say bill belicheck i mean i know his team hasn't been the same and you know there's some questions being raised they made the playoffs last year they did i gotta put bill bill belicheck on that list all day um and the third one that's a great question i mean there's i know don't you feel like those are the two and then sean payton's gone to the broadcast booth for now or the broadcast platform for now i don't i don't know if he's returning who else would you put in there has sean mcveigh earned that right to be considered among those most trustworthy i mean he's been to two super bowls and won a ring and he's still is he still in his 30s or is he in his 40s now yeah he's still a wonder boy a wonderkind would you are you going sean mcveigh in your top three not officially yet but i gotta think of a better one than sean mcveigh i think right now he's i don't know that's not a better one i gotta think of a better answer than sean mcveigh so it's on twitter alaw radio and also on our facebook page we're asking you who are the most trustworthy coaches in the nfl guys that you would say yes i'll let him be in charge of my team today it's the hump show after our cbs sports radio baseball america's game it's about connection and now with apple tv plus friday night baseball comes home is this happening it is friday night baseball streaming on apple tv plus the odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts the locked on podcast network your team every day looking for cloud data or web help 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