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Download the Odyssey app today. It's more traumatic and more adventurous than others. We are now into November through week 8 in the NFL, but not yet through three games in the World Series. World Series and Major League Baseball, this could not be breaking worse for them right now. It seems as though everything that could possibly go wrong with baseball in its championship series has. Except for the games.
When they play the games, they are very compelling and very entertaining. Why am I yelling to start November? I just think it's unfortunate. That baseball goes nearly a week without playoff games. All the momentum completely dies as sports fans, you know us. We turn our attention to others things very quickly.
We get attracted by the shiny bright objects, typically football. Then just as they're about to fill that void post football on Tuesday. Monday, sorry, Monday. They're about to see my days all blend together. They're about to fill that void boom cancellation.
So that's unfortunate. Now it helps that they've got Tuesday and Wednesday without football. So they've got the prime time stage themselves for games three and four.
But on the back end, this becomes a major problem. We know there will be a game five and it's going on Thursday night against football, but it's worse. It's the Eagles and the Texans.
So in their own markets, there's going to be cannibalism. Not to mention the Eagles have a lot of interest right now around the country as the only undefeated team. And so this is their opportunity on a short week to move to eight and oh, so tons of buzz around them. And I fear that it takes away a lot of the interest in game five of the World Series. But then you think about what, you know, what happens with if there's a game seven and the fact that it would be on a Sunday night and rut row. So this couldn't line up worse for Major League Baseball and Rob Manfred knows it.
The fact that he was even talking about going against football in his press conference on Monday indicates that certainly he understands the challenge here. So it's not breaking well for baseball, but what could save it? Really good games the rest of the way. I just think it might be better for everybody involved if it ended in game six.
I don't know who wins. I know we're tied 1-1, but if it ends in a game six, they've got Saturday night where they're sharing with college football, but not with the NFL, the big bad. Such a bully. The NFL is such a bully.
Why are you such a bully? It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. That's one analogy that I use. The other analogy that I use about the NFL is that it's a jealous lover. And when we start to pay too much attention to any other sport, very green with envy. And so all of a sudden there's some big storyline.
I don't believe the NFL is rigged, but I do think the NFL pays attention to what else is happening on the sports calendar. So watch Sunday. We'll have some crazy storylines and headlines that we never saw coming if Major League Baseball goes to a game seven. It's just going to happen.
Just trust me. It's going to happen. And how about today is the NFL trade deadline.
Today's the deadline. So will there be some crazy massive trade that goes down that takes the attention away from game three of the World Series? What are the chances? What are the chances of that, Producer J? Honestly, I would say probably like higher than 60.
That's where I'm going. Right. Because any trade that happens is going to be a big deal. And if there's a trade that's even remotely impactful in the league, we're going to be talking about that more than the game, I would imagine. It's probably not going to be snow for for it.
Well, certainly not going to impact them in Houston. But generally in November in the Northeast, there is a chance of snow, except I heard the weather forecast the last couple of days. And while we're not in Philadelphia, we're a couple of hours north into the east. It's supposed to be very mild the next week, so at least there's that there could be rain, though.
I can't promise you there won't be another rain out. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. We're all kinds of goofy. And by we, I mean me, because it's November and there's just a lot to process.
As we're live from the Rocket Mortgage Studios, when you need cash out of your home and a simple way to get it, Rocket can. Mixing in a little basketball on this edition of the show this hour, we will talk about the latest with Michigan and Michigan State and the fracas that took place in the tunnel. Both head coaches speaking on Monday.
So we'll make sure that you know the latest there as well. But we wrapped up week eight in the NFL with the Battle of Ohio in Cleveland. And I got to say, this is definitely what the doctor seems. I want to go with some like Halloween analogy. Let's say this is definitely what the mad scientist drew up in his lab. Some crazy monster for the Browns that would scare the Bengals.
And it certainly worked. It was definitely a house of horrors at the dog pound on Monday night. Not only do the Browns have now a five game winning streak against the Bengals, which is interesting in and of itself, considering that the Bengals won the division and went to the Super Bowl as the AFC rep last year. But also because of the way these two teams have been playing. So we have this clash on Monday night. The NFL specifically chose these two teams because they both have orange as a primary color.
I am sure of it. Orange on Halloween. There was orange everywhere. This Battle of Ohio seemed like two teams going in opposite directions. The Bengals were throwing the ball with so much success. I know they lost to Mar Chase, but they've got other guys who can catch the football.
They do. And they've been chucking and ducking up and down the field. T Higgins, Tyler Boyd. They've been working in other guys as well in their passing game. Joe Mixon's been running the ball successfully.
Some odd GP rhymes, but another option. I mean, this is a team that's been clicking on all cylinders when it comes to their offense. Their offensive line has been playing better, protecting their quarterback.
But we didn't see any of that because from the very first drive, the advantage, the aggressiveness, the tough, physical, blue collar, get down and dirty approach of the Browns defense was evident. In the shotgun, Burrow takes it. Terrance whips it left and it's tipped and picked off. Intercepted down the sideline.
The Browns got it. Down the left sideline. 35. It's AJ Green. He's to the 40.
35, 30, 25. Down to the 20 yard line. On a tip through. AJ Green got it. The first tip pass leading to an interception. I felt like everyone was like, damn, the bank's open.
Everybody grabbed something. So everybody was rushing to get to their passer and trying to make a big play. And how Takitaki was flying around, making big plays all over the field.
You got a lot of guys who were just playing, no lights out, and it was just beautiful to see. That's Miles Garrett, who not only tipped the ball that was intercepted by AJ Green. Again, the end of what was a relatively long drive by the Bengals.
Probably one of their longest of the game, actually. Jim Donovan on Browns radio. You also have Garrett with a sack and a half and he was wreaking havoc with the offensive line.
And then you've got Takitaki. And Garrett mentions him, who has 13 tackles and a sack of his own. When the dust settles, and that was just the beginning. There was a second takeaway in the first half, a sack and a fumble by Joe Burrow. When the dust settles on the first half, two takeaways, only 100 yards allowed to the Bengals, no points. So the Browns defense pitches a shutout in the first half. And while the Browns offense is finding its rhythm at its footing, the defense is doing all the work and saying, you know what, we got you. I've been waiting to see this Browns defense on a consistent basis from week to week. In fact, one of the reasons why I picked the Browns in the survivor pool in week number two, in which we were eliminated, is because I believed in the defense.
This defense, even with pieces missing, was near perfect in the first half. And the formula for the Browns to use their defense to make life super uncomfortable for any opposing team, in this case it happens to be an AFC North opponent, and then to keep the ball away from them as much as possible. Nick Chubb, he's the key to that. Kareem Hunt, the key to that. The offensive line, clearing holes for those two, massive.
I said this last week, it's on Twitter, you can go and fact check me if you want. The Browns should never be running the ball fewer than 30 times with Chubb and Hunt. I don't know why you go away from that. Why try to change your identity when you're so good at running the ball? Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt.
You just go back to those two, as Miles Garrett said, the bank is open. The Bengals couldn't stop it. They couldn't slow it down. It's like the Titans and Derek Henry, who cares if everybody in the building knows you're going to run the ball?
Run it anyway. Percet goes out wide right. Chubb's going to take a direct snap, takes it, runs right, cuts left, he goes in, touchdown. What a play, a direct snap to Nick Chubb with Percet flanking out wide to the right, Chubb with a step right, came back left, dropped those shoulders and went in.
That's Jim Donovan again on Browns Radio, it's after hours here on CBS Sports Radio. As much as you could look at the first half and recognize that the Bengals offense just didn't have any kind of rhythm, there's always the potential for the big plays, right? I mean, this is still the Bengals, they've got some great weapons.
And so there were moments there early in the second half where I was wondering, okay, this has got to be the drive, we're going to see it here. But you know what the Browns did? They just didn't give the ball to the Bengals. And again, this is brilliantly executed on the field.
You know who you are. You're a run first team, you're a ball control team. Control the ball, you control the game. And that's exactly what they did in the third quarter.
Here's how it went. An opening drive in the third quarter, six minutes long. They score a touchdown, a three and out forced by the Cleveland defense. The ball goes right back to the Browns offense.
So what does that do? It puts the Bengals D on the field again, after what, two or three breaths, a couple of seconds on the sidelines. They're already gassed. They just had to play defense for six straight minutes all the way down the field. That was perfect, perfect.
There's no such thing as perfect, right? Christian McCaffrey told us that. But for the Browns, this couldn't have gone any better. You hold the Bengals scoreless in the first half, you put 11 points on the board. And then in the third quarter, you come out with a ton of momentum. You force a six minute drive down their throats, then a three and out, and then you're right back on the field. And while this wasn't the end of the game, to me, this felt like the beginning of the end for the Bengals.
Cressette in the gun, arms at his side. He's got three wide, gets the snap, felt high, looks to the left, arching, spiraling in the end zone, over the shoulder, catch in the back corner. It is caught. It is a touchdown. Hamari Cooper with the grab on the pylon, back near side corner.
That's Kevin Harlan on Westwood one. So the Cooper touchdown caps their second drive there in the second half. And the time of possession is so whacked.
You almost can't believe it when you look at it. But again, this is a credit to the Browns and their ability to run the ball. They score on their first three possessions of the second half. And of course, the third one drags into the fourth quarter. But around those first two drives in the third quarter, a three and out.
So what? 90 seconds. The Bengals had the ball in the third quarter, 90 seconds. Do you know how Joe Burrow is not dangerous?
And he's standing on the sidelines for all but 90 seconds of a quarter. Phenomenal. I mean, I was really impressed. But this is who the Browns are.
Can they be this way week in and week out? Well, why not? The potential is there. And I think my formula so far tried and true. I know I'm being a bit tongue in cheek here.
It's not rocket science. Nick Chubb carries the ball 23 times, Kareem Hunt 11 times. Whether that is 34 carries, okay, that meets my formula.
143 yards between them with the two touchdowns because Nick Chubb scored again early in the fourth quarter. Okay, Kevin Stefanski, four game losing skid in the rear view mirror. Played great football tonight, great defense tonight, Russian coverage was really good. But we just got to keep stacking them. We just got to, you know, like anything, offense, defense, special teams. We got to give these guys a plan. They can go execute, execute a high level, play fast, those type of things.
I thought that was on display tonight. We understood the ramifications of this game and what we needed to do and what this meant for us. So, you know, extremely proud of the guys in locker room, the coaches did a really good job of preparing and, you know, really focusing in on the task at hand. Ultimately, the Cleveland defense finishes with five sacks, seven QB hits. They have the two takeaways. They allow a couple of touchdowns late, but nothing to be scared about.
13 points in the fourth quarter when the game is relatively done, that gives the Bengals zero momentum. Now, there are some questions around this team, but we're going to save those because into my studio walks, Beefcake himself. I'm still laughing.
We're still, we're still playing. Wait, hold on. Before you, can you, do you have your headphone in?
Can you plug in? Okay. So we just walked into our studio earlier, we were playing this drop boomer. Are you ready? Go ahead.
Jay would tell me when you have it. So this is after they showed boomer on his, in his undies on national TV. Were you a little nervous about them showing your underwear commercial? Of course not, Amy. I, you know, listen, that goes back 40 years. Okay.
Wait, this is our favorite new drop boomer. I was all about the Beefcake boys. I wasn't about the acting.
Exactly right. You killed it last night. I appreciate that.
You were so much fun. Those guys are fun. They are.
They're hilarious. Now I have criticized that broadcast because it's too distracting, you know. They brought that up. They knew it. Yeah, of course they did.
Eli knows everything I say around here, believe me, you know, so if I've been on a radio for 15 years and here in New York, and when I started in 2007, Eli and Tom Coughlin were literally inches from getting thrown out here. Was that when you started? Like what about the time that they were, they were on the chopping block? Right. And I worked with Craig Carton at the time for 10 years from 2007 to 2017.
And that fall, we had hit the number one spot in radio in New York. And I'll never forget arguing for Eli. He's just, he's only been here for three years.
Give him some time. You know, nobody wants to give anybody any time around here as Zach Wilson's finding out. But I said, I said to Craig, I said, I bet you they're going to go to the Super Bowl. And sure enough, they won in that unbelievable run and they beat the Patriots in their first Super Bowl in 2007. And my bet with Craig Carton was that if they did get to the Super Bowl, he had to walk across the Brooklyn Bridge in a Speedo. And then right after that, he had a hemorrhoidectomy. I don't even know what that is.
Well, they remove your hemorrhoids and it's not fun for anybody. You dropped that on Money Night Football. Yeah, I know that. But I remember Craig calling me after he had the hemorrhoidectomy and before we went to Arizona to, you know, to go cover the Super Bowl. And he was just moaning in pain. Oh, you know, he just couldn't go to the bathroom. How could Eli not send you a thank you note?
I kind of feel like that was. All anybody hears is the negative. Or if you're around here, if you do say something negative about anybody, it's usually one of their friends or family members that says, did you hear what Boomer said? Did you hear what Greg said? Did you hear what Craig said? You know, it's just nonstop. You know, you know, this business. It's crazy. So it was fun. But things I learned about you that I didn't know, first of all, I never somehow I remember you playing football. Thank you.
One of my favorites when you're an NFL MVP, you know, my family loves you. They've got the Boomer size and T-shirts now. Somehow I never saw the commercial. Were those your actual dogs, by the way?
Yes. So I had two Newfoundlands when I was playing in Cincinnati. Hey, look, I did about 30 different commercials for, you know, not only for him, but the other one.
Not only on these man. I was Goldilocks and the three Bears, Chicago Bears in a Diet Coke commercial and Doritos commercial. I mean, I did a lot of things back in the day. You were Peyton before Peyton was Peyton.
I was, you know, that's what I was trying to tell him last night. But it was a little disjointed. You know why I figured out why it was so disjointed. There's about a half second delay between the guest and Eli and Peyton. So they're hooked right into each other. Right. Eli's in Jersey.
Peyton's out in Denver. They have a total set up like they are in the studio. I mean, it's sick. It is sick.
And then you as the guest have literally an iPad for a monitor to see what's going on. So you get the three of you and then the other half is the game and I'm like, I didn't even see the game. I know that's the part that's hard.
It's really hard. And I also had no idea that you owned or co-owned a nightclub called La Boom. Was that for you?
No. Well, so here's the deal. So me, Chris Collins, Earth, Pete Rose, Johnny Bench, were partners with a guy by the name of Jeff Ruby, who is still out there to this day and I think has eight or nine restaurants bearing his name. Jeff Ruby Steakhouse. He's got one in Nashville, Lexington, Louisville, Cincinnati, I believe, Columbus.
I mean, he's a great restaurateur, the best restaurant I've ever been to. And we did this partnership with him called the Waterfront. And in the Waterfront, there was the nightclub upstairs called La Boom and all the incoming athletes that would play the Reds or that would play, I think was the Cincinnati Stingers of, you know, minor league hockey, they would all come in, they'd all hang out at that nightclub. It was crazy fun. But it had nothing to do with your name? I think it did.
You know, Jeff Ruby is such a marketer and such a promoter that I probably did. But in 87, we were on strike. And I was probably the most hated man in Cincinnati at the time.
And next year was the MVP year. So I've lived from the depths of hell to the gates of heaven, man, it was unbelievable in less than a year. But a couple of my teammates got in a fight with the crew that was doing the Fresh Horses movie with Molly Ringwald in Cincinnati in our bar, in our nightclub, right? So my neighbor next door said, did you see the Cincinnati Inquirer this morning? I'm like, no, I didn't. What's going on?
He goes, the Bengals are banned from LaBoom in the waterfront. I'm like, what? So I go get the paper because we used to have the paper delivered.
There was no internet, of course, I opened up the papers, there it is. And my teammates are basically banned. So I call Chris Collinsworth, who's my partner, I said, Chris, did Jeff Ruby just like totally shut us, ban us out of our own restaurant? Because if he did, I'm taking my cash out, you know, he goes, no, boom, I don't think you and I are banned.
I just think the rest of the team is bad. I said, that's not cool. Things I didn't know about.
There's a lot of stuff. It's amazing. Did you have fun? I did have fun.
You were on there for a long time. I didn't feel that long to me, you know, and there was a lot of stoppages of plays, a couple turnovers, the Bengals played terrible last night. I love all the boomer highlights. We got we got and Peyton gave you a compliment. He said you were the best RPO quarterback he's ever seen.
Yeah, well, we didn't really run RPOs. It was a lot of play action and run action passes and I tried Peyton Manning gave you a compliment. I gave him a compliment and compliments over my time covering him and I think I covered like 50 of his games. He was always on Monday night football.
He was always in the playoffs and I always had them either, you know, on Westwood one either Monday night or some Thursday night games and of course all those playoff games he was in. It was good stuff. I laughed. I had a good time. I really enjoyed it.
Yes. And you obviously, you had the whole like the, not only did you have the camera and your sound was good. You looked so good and those two like Eli had some crazy mask on and all he had is Chad Powers mask.
Peyton wears makeup, but you can't tell. So you classed up the joint was all good, man. I had a good time with those guys. There's a lot of fun. And by the way, right after I was done, yes, Archie texted me and goes, no, you got a five star performance.
So I said, that's all I care about. I mean, your sons are hilarious. You're the man. I actually told our audience that I was going to have to pretend like I didn't see your underwear commercial because I'm like, I think I might blush.
That's like, that's like an HR violation. I can't see Boomers underwear commercial. Again, again, things have changed quite drastically. You killed it. That was so good. I appreciate it.
I mean, I came in here this morning to discuss this with you because you have a very nice text lesson and I appreciate it. Oh yes. Well, I mean, you're my favorite part of Peyton and Eli last night.
Well thanks man. The Kelsey brothers were on. They were great, you know, and I love those two guys, man. I wish those, those are the types of teammates you want. You want one as a center and you want one as a tight end. Oh yeah.
They're hysterical. And the best teammates of all are the centers and the tight ends because they're like, they're who they are. You know, they're real people like in the tight end gets to catch some passes. He has to make some blocks. He's always the guy that, you know, is in between the wide receiver room and the, and the offensive line room. So he's got the real pulse and the temperature of the entire team.
So you got to nuzzle up to those guys, you got to get to know those guys because they're the ones that always will have your back. Okay. Before you go. Yeah. When are you going to be in the Bengals ring of honor? Yeah.
I don't, I don't know. It's got to be soon. But you have to remember, you know, so the Bengals got started late on this process. They did last year. Two years ago. Yeah. So two years ago, you know, we put in Kenny Anderson, Paul Brown, Anthony Munoz and Kenny Riley for great guys for, you know, the founding, the founder of the Bengals, maybe the founder of football and Paul Brown.
I mean, you go all the way back to what he had done in the impact of football. And then last year, you know, another guy, you know, Isaac Curtis and Willie Anderson. I mean, come on. And they're only doing two a year. Oh, so it's going to take a while for the rest of us to get in, but eventually we'll get there.
That'll be sooner or later. But I'm just glad they're doing it because, you know, I, I've often ribbed the Bengals for about the last 20 years for not having any sort of reflection back to their history because they do have a good history. Yeah. You know, they run their team very similar to that of the Pittsburgh Steelers and the difference between the Pittsburgh Steelers and the Bengals really over the last 20 years has been Ben Roethlisberger. That has been the biggest difference. You know, Coach Kaur, of course, and Coach Tomlin. But when you have the quarterback who's the Hall of Fame quarterback, you know, that's the difference maker. So I think the Bengals are starting to enter into that territory with their own quarterback. And hopefully they're going to go on a nice 15 year round here with Joe Burrow. You got to be careful what you say, because all of it can come back to the Monday night mannings. I know.
They do their research. There's no question about that. It's really impressive. I mean, they, they even found a quote that I, I compared Peyton Manning to Bartolo Colón. Oh, that was the best part, the screenshot of Bartolo Colón next to Peyton Manning.
I tried to get them to do a 40 yard dash between the two of them. And you know, the Mets PR staff wasn't very helpful at the time. And the Broncos were so focused on Super Bowl 50 that it was. And all I was saying was like, as a Met fan, we love Bartolo Colón. And he like lost his fastball.
It wasn't about the fact that he's a little overweight. Peyton had lost his fastball because he had four neck surgeries. And you know, and I remember a bond Miller telling me at the Super Bowl down Atlanta a few years ago, I said, so what was it like when Peyton came back?
He goes, look, man, we, it didn't matter if he completed a pass. We just needed to have our leader. Yeah. Yeah. That was how profound his presence was for the Broncos. And that's why they beat Cam Newton in the Panthers that year. Because they, the Panthers and Cam Newton were playing great that year were 15 and one and bond Miller net defense stifled them in that, in that, in that Super Bowl. And Peyton didn't really do much in that game. Yeah.
They touched on early, didn't they? Yeah. But you know, it was all about second and go over as Cam Newton.
You remember the fumble and can't go after it. Yes. Oh, I remember.
All right. It was a nervous wreck. Love the Omaha's last night. You dropped a couple of Omaha's. Yeah. Like, you know, I did all that stuff to make sure Peyton knew that.
That's all. I'm going to call an audible out of that. I'm going to call an Omaha right out of that. The other thing I was trying to get to Peyton, I say Peyton was intense playing the Browns. You know, those defensive backs, Hanford Dixon, Dixon and Frank Minifield would just grab onto our wide receivers.
Peyton would have wind his way all the way to the sideline. Oh yeah. No, we've got all kinds of boomer drops this morning. Well, that's good. I'm glad. I'm glad. So I tried.
Yes. No, you did fantastic. Thanks, aim. I appreciate the text last night. It was great. Thanks for popping in. See ya. Boomer is size and he crushed it.
If you haven't seen it, the Money Not Manings, they replay it on NFL network. So it's good stuff. And good. Now I don't have to bring up the underwear.
Now it's just out there. Right? Like we don't have to talk about it again. Jay. That was it. Taking care of it.
No one needs to call HR. All right. So when Boomer walks in, you just kind of blow through your break. Sorry about that, Jay. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. You are listening to the After Hours Podcast. What makes your skin crawl? No matter how absurd.
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This isn't the type of team we are you know it's a 17 game season and this is one game that we weren't at our best today in any phase and I'm confident that's not who we are that we can make the corrections and flush this one away quickly turn our attention to Carolina on a six-day week and and have a great opportunity to get this out of our system real quick and play well next Sunday off the field on the money and after hours it's time to talk football with Amy Lawrence oh hey here we are our show gonna hijack for a second there but it's totally worth it to have boomer pop into the studio and now no one has to bring up the underwear Jim Donovan on Browns radio the second Nick Chubb touchdown early in the second quarter he had over a hundred yards and that was absolutely the nail in the coffin but really this game was out of hand and out of reach for the Bengals before that and you hear the voice of one Zach Taylor who says this is not who we are this is not what to expect moving forward now Joe Burrow he was asked about Jamar Chase the fact that they don't have Jamar his security blanket his deep threat the guy that he's so comfortable with think Josh Allen and Stefan Diggs I mean that's a great example the more these guys play together of course having played together in college so Burrow goes 25 of 35 but only 232 yards he had a couple touchdowns they were both late when it really didn't matter he threw the interception on the very first drive of the game first drive we drive right down there and Miles makes a great play on an RPO and gets his hands up knocks it down and ends up falling right into him so that was really the start of a long day for us the two turnovers you know you're you know if you're looking to assess blame that's a difficult thing to do because one of them is just a block to defensive end who got his hand up and made a good play and the other one is as you're going to throw to what appeared to be an open guy you know he got his hand hit so that's tough because both those drives took points off the board and maybe some earlier momentum and so then you're talking about slow starts and all that stuff and in reality we had two two good drives there and they just made plays so right now in the AFC North Ravens stand alone in first place at five and three Bengals fall back to 500 the Browns and they're losing skid there at three and five that leaves the Steelers bringing up the rear all right Brad Heller is here in studio before we get to your update because we just had Boomer pop in and I mean I was a little uncomfortable talking about Brewer's underwear but whatever like it's he said it was whatever ago so not to think not to worry about it my god no one's calling HR but this is the exchange with Peyton and Eli on Monday night when they were showing Boomers commercial in his undies Boomer you know I don't know if you know this or not but Peyton likes to endorse and do a lot of commercials and I think he also is thinking about rating other players when they're in a commercial and how well they do back in the day you did some commercials for Haynes how would you was this underrated acting right here what do you think I was all about the beefcake boys I wasn't about the acting sorry about that me and my Newfoundland's there in my my underwear commercial have you guys ever done an underwear commercial never been out never been asked I think I went on a ball out of that one if they ask me for sure it you would be Omaha Omaha yes real fast such good stuff so for those of you who didn't see it or hear it I mean Boomers commercial is out there he's lounging on a couch for heaven's sakes and the dogs come up and jump on him and then when he's done with hanging out with the dogs and he rolls over and his butt is pointing right at the camera so I can't imagine why Peyton would want to audible out of that the fact that he hasn't wasn't hasn't been asked you know for an underwear commercial but hey you never know I mean you know Peyton's got this second career so maybe he's got a third one you never know what you might have to do if you're short for funds huh short on cash I guess you might have to do an underwear commercial yeah Boomer just told us he did over 40 different commercial and endorsements so he was kind of Peyton before Peyton was doing all of his stuff I'm glad boomer got on there it's only a matter of time I felt like before he you know became one of their guests because they have such great guests he was really funny and so then brad he comes in the studio he's like oh hit a name drop what as if Peyton and Eli having him on wasn't enough he said once I got off the broadcast Archie texted me right away excuse us I know exactly I tried not to roll my eyes at him that's Boomer we have a celeb in our midst all right coming up your choices for TD of the week we had so many football season is here the new Odyssey app lets you stay connected to your NFL team your station your shows 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show jump back to their awesome rewide feature the Odyssey app is NFL football live and on demand wherever you are whenever you want and do we mention it's all free download the Odyssey app today it's after hours on CBS sports radio you are listening to the after hours podcast it's a touchdown Tuesday on after hours to cast your vote for the TV of the week head to at after-hours CBS on Twitter or give us a call at eight five five two one two four two two seven the San Francisco forty Niners Kettle in seas inside of IU right they motion McCaffrey backwards pass to McCaffrey and he's gonna throw down feel wide open bring it up touchdown San Fran Cisco he can run the Seattle Seahawks you know gonna throw again on first down pump fake gonna throw deep got a man in the corner touchdown what a drive led by Gino Smith the Carolina Panthers Walker remains in the gun three-man rush takes the snap drops back rolls to his left he's flush loads up airs it deep downfield for DJ Moore behind his man the Dallas Cowboys so it's third and 16 at the Chicago Nineteen fields in the gun back to throw Parsons coming he flushes out left he stops he dumps it short to the 25 still moving Montgomery fumble of all recovered by Dallas mike a person's is on the ball and he's still only still alive still running he's still moving with the ball to the 10 to the five to the goal line Parsons recovered a fumble and brought it all the way back and on that note our defensive player of the week sponsored by the Navy Federal Credit Union who proudly serves the Armed Forces DoD veterans and their families their members are the mission learn more at navyfederal.org that mica parson's touchdown that you hear with brad sham and bay blaufenberg on cowboys radio lit me up as i'm watching it on sunday my immediate thought that's a TD of the week candidate that could win TD of the week it was unbelievable not only does he come from where he is in the defensive set and after the ball is is hiked to where the ball ends up he runs through traffic to get to that point he recovers the ball and then has the presence of mind to not only gather it but get up and start running again breaking tackles along the way as he's reversing direction toward the end zone and i still cannot get over the fact that Justin feels hurtled over him instead of touching him with a toe with a finger he didn't even breathe on him he hurtled over him to avoid touching mica parson it's one of those okay somebody else has got him oh well somebody else will do it nah nobody did it mica was able to get all the way into the end zone it was smart it was heads up it was obviously physical and aggressive and it was an amazing moment for the cowboys in their big win in moving to six and two and i don't know maybe six and two is not where he wants to be six and two's okay you know i prefer you know that's just that's just me you know i don't know who else agrees with that but uh you know it's cool but like we just gotta keep going you know there's so much football left i love that i don't know who else agrees with me maybe nobody else agrees with me he's so flippant about it but yes huge win for the cowboys over the bears deck second game back but the defense sets the tone our other td of the week candidates so i maybe have shifted the voting here christian mccaffrey who knew he could throw he could throw for touchdowns as well he has the td trifecta first time since 2005 and ladanian tomlinson passes for that touchdown on niner's radio with greg papa and tim rice also catches one and rushes one in against the los angeles rams tyler locket fumbles a ball drops the sure touchdown pass but in the fourth quarter against the giants he hauls in a touchdown and some redemption and it was the go-ahead score against new york steve ravel on seahawks radio and then finally we know it wasn't a game winner but man it was a hail mary pj walker to dj more 70 freaking yards in the air and it was uh amazing so we couldn't eliminate it we actually left out a couple like latavius murray for the broncos in the late stages and taylor heineke for the commanders so you can vote on twitter after our cbs or on our facebook page it's after hours with amy lawrence really quickly want to get to jim harbaugh and mel tucker after this fracas broke out in the tunnel between the spartans and the wolverines both coaches speaking on monday what happened in the tunnel was egregious sickening to watch the videos there needs to be accountability there needs to be a full thorough timely investigation i can't imagine that this will not result in criminal charges the videos are are are bad and it's clear what transpired it seems very very open and shut you know as they say watch the tape i'm coming from this from a perspective of uh of being a parent and these young men are entrusted to me by their families and to our program and we have the responsibility to each player to treat them like our own an apology will not get the job done in this instance there should be serious consequences for the the many individuals that are culpable this has been a very traumatic experience um for everybody especially uh for jayden and jamon and we will support them we'll support support support them and um and their families in every possible way we're not here to make any excuses for the behaviors saturday they are unacceptable we are deeply sorry we're deeply sorry to both universities the conference our fans alumni supporters and of course all of our student athletes past and present first you hear jim harbaugh michigan head coach and then michigan states mel tucker and he'd already announced that multiple players had been suspended effective immediately jim mentions jamon green who was punched by a spartan in the tunnel and then he mentioned jayden who was attacked when he tried to help and apparently jayden well both players have injuries according to coach harbaugh um and it seems like jayden uh will be allowed to play but he mentions that jamon who's a starting cornerback uh it at this point is a question mark for saturday night and their next game and i think it's a stark comparison when you hear mel tucker say we are deeply sorry we apologize but what jim harbaugh said is an apology will not get the job done in this instance and so an unfortunate situation people have complained about why these players are using the same tunnels i mean it's just it's the place that you play in and maybe they shouldn't be going out through the tunnels at the same time but this is not about all of a sudden having to redo your entire stadium configuration this is not about building a stadium with two separate entrances and exits no it's about young men having respect and obviously losing control of their emotions and not treating their opponents uh in such a way that it's assault and battery so we'll see what falls out from this but both coaches still very emotional it's supercharged it's after hours with amy 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