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I'm not kidding you. It looks like the baby shark. Did you know there's a baby shark movie coming out? I didn't know that, but that's why. Well, that's what I was listening to when I was listening to the news.
They dropped in the old baby shark hook and now it's stuck in my brain and Jay's about to play it. What do you want to bet? Oh, now he's not going to because I said that.
But I can read his mind. Yeah, exactly. No. That's not even the version that I heard. It's the one where it gets deeper and the shark gets a little older.
Anyway. Oh, that's kind of creepy. I've never heard the daddy shark. I like grandma shark.
Nice. Yep, it was baby, not grandpa, but still. I'm not joking, though, if you Google the Oklahoma City Thunder in-season tournament floor, you'll see it looks like a baby shark. That turquoise blue. Actually, you know what it reminds me of? The gummy sharks. Have you ever seen gummy sharks?
They're this color, this bright turquoise blue with the white backs. There's so much important stuff to talk about. I'm using my air quotations, important in sports. But can I first ask how you all feel about the in-season tournament or do you even know that it's going on? The NBA is changing the paint on the floors or changing the floor tiles for every in-season game versus regular season game. And the difference is some of the in-season tournament games, they count toward some championship in Vegas, I think. And then they go back to their regular floors and it's not the in-season tournament designs. It's so gimmicky. You know what it reminds me of?
Putting a man on second base at extra innings so that there could be more excitement, more scoring right off the top. So whether it's baby shark or it's the in-season tournament, I don't know. I'm not feeling it. Is this a different song by the same artist?
I don't know. The Sharks are singing a different song. Oh my gosh. And then I tried.
I tried to listen to the traffic, the weather, the business report. And the only thing that kept running through my mind was baby shark theme, which is not going to be the theme for this edition of the hump show. But it fits.
It definitely fits. It's after hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Again, when I say important, I don't really mean important. The in-season tournament for the NBA is not important, nor is what Dion has to say about other coaching jobs or the college football playoff rankings. But we do enjoy them. It gives us an distraction. It gives us something to talk about. Oh, and it gives you a chance to win when you listen to the show. You have four hours left to send your guesses.
And it really is random. The number between one and one thousand that we've previously written down, taken a photo of, shared. So producer J has the number. I have the number. It cannot be changed.
It's locked in. You can even see the photo. Oh, actually, we would probably use the photo when it's time to reveal. We've seen some pretty close guesses.
We've seen, huh, maybe one or two that have come within 10 to 15 of our number. And you are winning a spot in a very selective, exclusive spot in the after hours holiday Zoom room when you get to wear your ugliest Christmas sweater or some other type of decoration. If you would like to wear antlers on your head, that would be fine, too. But Christmas is required. Holiday decor is required. A few years ago, try to think what the occasion was. I think it was Christmas of 2020, maybe, but I wasn't still doing the show from home. But maybe I did because I either there was a snowstorm or I can't remember exactly what was happening, but I did do a series of shows from home at Christmas time of 2020. And I had my Christmas tree up behind me, and it was so much fun to do a show with my Christmas tree behind me. Now, when they decorate here in studio, it's awful.
It's fake. And if it's not fake, within days, because no one waters the poinsettias or waters the little tree, they start hemorrhaging their leaves and their pine needles because nobody waters. I'm going to bring in my watering can this year, although I'm going to be gone for 18 days. So, yeah, I'll be doing the show from Texas a few times, but for the most part, I won't be around for Christmas decorations. Anyway, it's not the same in our studio because the decorations quickly go to pot.
They go to hell in a handbasket. But it is fun to do a show with a vibe. So we want to do an after-hour Zoom room with a vibe. And so you've got a few hours left. A couple of things you can do on our show Twitter, After Hours CBS, the post where you send your number, and I would recommend that you send it to the post or that you reply to the post because if you don't, Producer Dale will have a hard time finding it. He can page through, but it's really difficult to go through all the tweets we receive and all the posts on Facebook. So if you don't post on the actual picture, which comes from, it's a top model, right?
Making the cut. Yeah, so just look for that gif. But right now, the easy way to find it is it's pinned to the top of our show Twitter, After Hours CBS, and it's pinned to the top of our Facebook page. And you're looking for the sirens, the bright red siren emoji. There's four of them in case you missed the first three.
There's a fourth one after that. And all you're doing is sending your guess, your number between one and one thousand. You can also vote for the After Hours TD of the Week. That poll is still live for a couple more hours. Right now we have a two horse race and it's pretty tight. Cleveland is leading San Francisco.
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I remember way back when somebody tried staples that didn't work in the side of the wall. So you've got lots of options. Just don't sing baby shark.
Whatever you do. I mean, we're not quite close enough to Christmas, but pretty soon we'll get you singing about a hippopotamus instead of a shark. Did you read my mind?
Is that how you had it available? You did, didn't you? You decided, wow, I know Amy really well. If she's starting out talking about one animal and then she morphs into the holidays, the hippo is not far behind. Yeah, we had animals, holidays. I figured it was only a matter of time. Could we play I Want a Hippopotamus for Christmas during the after-hour Zoom room?
Absolutely. You know what else we could do? We could ask our Zoomers who will be with us to play their own favorite Christmas song. That'd be fun.
That is fun. We're just going to have a Christmas party minus the eggnog. Well, you could have your own eggnog. I don't like eggnog. Is that weird?
No, I don't think so. I had it once a long time ago. It was a non-alcoholic one, but it's when I tried it.
Thank you for pointing that out. A long time ago. I don't think I'd like it, but I'd have to try it again. Eh, it's too sticky sweet for me. Yeah, it seems like I wouldn't like the texture much.
I don't know. The texture? It's foamy-ish.
It's kind of foamy and... Hmm. Do you like milk? Oh yeah, I love milk.
I do too. I drink milk all the time, but it's not the texture for me. It's because I don't mind a milkshake. That's what I feel like eggnog resembles in terms of its consistency, and its texture is a milkshake, something like that, but I just don't like the taste. It's too sticky sweet. I really like egg.
And I really like cinnamon and some of the toppers. I just don't like the... It's too sweet for me. I do like milkshake though, so maybe I would like it. You can try it. Try it this year.
I'll bring some in. It's very strange to... For me, this is just a side note. I know we make a big deal of the holidays, and I definitely love... Well, Thanksgiving's my favorite holiday of the year, and my gosh, coming up on Thursday, tomorrow... Wait. No, not tomorrow.
Sorry. It's two days from now. I was thinking it's Wednesday. No, not Wednesday yet. I'm just upside down. It's been one of those days. I'll have to remember, hump show, middle show of the work week.
So coming up on Thursday, it's exactly one week to Thanksgiving. Huh. Huh. Also, this floor in Oklahoma City is driving me batty.
I'm telling you, it's like Baby Shark. Just go look at it. It's After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Yes, it is our hump show, and that means you get to ask Amy anything. That means you get to vote for TD of the Week if you haven't already.
And as I say, the After Hours Holiday Zoom Room is still up and available, and you're going to get cut off, actually, within a couple hours, so you better check it out. I don't want to launch into something right here, but we will fight, fight, fight, fight in the game between the Warriors and the Timberwolves. They were already without Steph Curry, and two minutes into the game, the other two members of the Big Three for the Warriors also got tossed. If you haven't seen this video, Jay will share it when we start talking about it. I hope this is not because of the in-season tournament. I hope this is not because tempers are running hot over a dumb in-season tournament, but there's a lot of jawn back and forth and people getting ejected, and there will be fines and potentially suspensions handed down.
There is no doubt, because, you know, Draymond Green, right in the middle of things. You're a clown. Gosh. So before we get into that, and we will, coming up at the next segment, and then bottom of the show, next segment, and then bottom of the hour, the Bills make a change. But I believe they make a change simply for the sake of making a change and maybe out of frustration.
Have you ever heard anyone say, if you listen to the show long enough, you'll hear me say it? Don't ever make decisions when you're emotional. Don't send text messages when you're emotional either.
That's also a bad idea a lot of times, especially when it's a member of the opposite sex. But when it comes to the Bills, this truly feels like a change just because we've got to do something. So we'll talk about it, and you'll hear Sean McDermott talk about it. Before we get to that point, though, I am so, so happy and grateful and proud to tell you that our friend John Kincaid is cancer-free. If you haven't seen the video that he shared earlier on Tuesday, please check it out on my Twitter, again, ALawRadio. He, of course, was very emotional, speaking of emotions, very emotional as he shared that he went through another round of testing, still has one chemo treatment to go, but went through another round of testing, and for the third time in his life, he has beaten cancer. It's not even all the same cancer.
Incredible. It's not that long ago. It was the summer when he was diagnosed with stage 3 colon cancer, and I'm not telling you anything that he hasn't shared publicly, so I appreciate that listeners and colleagues, as well as us friends and family, have been able to walk through this with him. He had set up, he first had a surgery, a very aggressive surgery, and then it was set up for him to go through a dozen chemo treatments. He has one to go, but they've already run him through the two tests that indicate if the cancer has spread, has regressed, has shrunk, or in his case, is completely and utterly gone, and it is that.
It is completely and utterly gone. He is cancer-free. So if you haven't seen the video, even if you don't know John, though many of you do because he was a host here on CBS Sports Radio for a few years on Sundays, he's a longtime Atlanta radio host, but recently went home to Philadelphia, and he's been there for several years.
He's got an amazing wife and daughter, and I couldn't be happier. For them, as he walks through this fight, his theme all the way through this was there is only one acceptable outcome. So he was aggressive in, well, he told the doctors to be aggressive.
They were aggressive in how they treated him. He had surgery. He's about to finish up his chemo in the next few days, his final chemo treatment, but the doctors have run the tests, and he could share publicly that he is cancer-free, and of course, he gets very emotional in his video, so then he cries, and I cry, and having prayed for him this whole time, I'm just so grateful. I'm so grateful for prayers answered, and I'm so happy that John will make this part of his story and his testimony.
He is a faithful, passionate, funny, intelligent, bold, and warm, supportive man, husband, father, friend. I'm so excited. I'm just so happy and unbelievably excited and joyful that John is cancer-free. So again, you can check out that video on my Twitter if you'd like to see him, but just be prepared to cry because it's pretty amazing. He still has the ringing of the bell that will take place, so he hasn't done that yet, but he will ring the bell after his final treatment.
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No good. Draymond defensive rebound. Leads it for Paul down the right side, and now McDaniels and Klay Thompson get tangled up, and now Draymond gets in there to hug Gobert away in a headlock. And we've got a scramble.
We have security people on the floor, coaches flying all over the place. Klay Thompson gets pulled aside by Chris Paul. Draymond and Gobert get separated. Draymond went after Gobert as if he saw Gobert do something. And Gobert now pointing and gesturing, at Draymond's direction. John Murray, Warriors security extraordinaire, going there.
Yet Klay's jersey is ripped. And here we are, a minute and 43 in. This is Klay Thompson, four-time champion with the Golden State Warriors.
You're listening to one of the best shows in America. After Hours with Amy Lawrence on CBS Sports Radio. Thank you, Klay. Klay had plenty of time after he got ejected not even two minutes into a game against the Minnesota Timberwolves. Oh, my gosh.
All right, so there's a lot to sift through here. This game was taking place in the Bay Area. I will say the floor was decidedly less adorned than some of the others that are just so gaudy. There was a long yellow, well, golden, Golden State, a long golden column all the way through the middle from the free throw lane on one end to the free throw lane through the free throw lane on the other end. Other than that, it wasn't as decorative.
Wonder if they'll go red and green for the holidays. I do not understand what the point is. Sometimes when the courts are red or orange, you can't even see the basketball.
It makes zero sense. Anyway, that has nothing to do with what we're going to talk about, only that you could see what was happening in Golden State. So it's not even two minutes into the game. Neither team has scored. And Jayden Daniels of the Timberwolves and Klay Thompson of the Warriors, they get tangled up.
Now, it's intentional. Neither would let go of the other. They were both pursuing a rebound. Klay and Jayden managed to get a handful of the other's jersey, and they're pulling each other around. They're like a whirling dervish.
Neither one would let go. They're both grabbing onto the other's jersey. They've got arms flailing about. I don't know if you'd call it punching. It was more like just waving and kind of, like as they say, flailing, arms flailing about. And they kind of whip around multiple times until they're into the front court. And then as it gets a little extra aggressive and chippy, or as my one niece would say, it was extra.
Why are you so extra? Then a variety of whistles blow, a myriad of whistles blow. And maybe you didn't see this. It's hard to see. I had to go back and rewind it multiple times to see the Graham Hunt. Actually, I guess that could be Go Bear and Graham Hunt.
The Graham Hunt piece. Rudy Go Bear gets Klay Thompson by the neck. He's got his arm around. Now, he wasn't choking him, but he did have Klay by the neck. And he was attempting to pull Klay off Jaden McDaniels by the neck. So in comes Draymond flying through the scrum of people. He then puts his arm around Go Bear's neck and attempts to drag him off Klay Thompson. Now, once they had stopped all of the brouhaha, Chris Paul comes in.
He pulls. And you hear this with Tim Roy on Warriors Radio. Chris Paul comes in. He pulls Klay Thompson away.
Various teammates are separating the guys that are on court, getting Jaden McDaniels away, pulling him a different direction. And it took quite a while before Draymond would let go of Rudy Go Bear. I don't love either guy as big as they are going after smaller dudes by grabbing them around the necks. And no, it's not an excuse that they're taller and that that's where they would grab, right? They'd have to bend down to grab the guy around the waist or the shoulders, whatever.
I don't, you're athletes, figure it out. I don't love that at all, the fact that it was two guys grabbing smaller dudes around the neck or Go Bear first and then Draymond grabbing him and hauling him away. But Draymond hung on far longer than he needed to or should have. Not that you should ever grab someone by the neck, but I think if you see, many of us would do the same thing.
You could say the same about football, hockey, baseball. When you see your teammate with another man's arm around his neck, I can understand why you react in kind. But Draymond hung on far too long. So Chris Finch is the head coach of the Warriors. Oh, duh, oh my gosh, sorry. It's one of those days. It's the hump show.
Chris Finch is the head coach of the Timberwolves and he gives his perspective first. Didn't see a ton of it, to be honest with you. I looked down, I saw Rudy in a choke hold. I saw both Clay and Jaden wrapped up with each other.
I didn't see how any of it started until I looked at the film. But it was right from the jump, they were putting their hands on us and we got physical right away and I thought the referees did a really good job of cleaning it up. I thought the suspensions, or the ejections rather, were the right ones.
I thought they were warranted and I thought they did a good job of getting control of the game from that point of view. Now Jaden McDaniels, he did speak. Both he and Clay Thompson were right away assessed two technical fouls each, which is an automatic ejection, just under NBA rules. They're both assessed a pair of technicals and then Draymond Green gets a flagrant two foul, which is also an automatic ejection. He just earned his second ejection of the season. It was last weekend maybe he was ejected and so now he's already got two. There's a certain number you get to, is it 16? Where if you get to 16, you have a game suspension.
You get a night off, if you will. Didn't hear from Clay Thompson, but he was furious when he was ejected. Did hear from Jaden McDaniels on his perspective. I was just trying to crash for a rebound and he kind of had grabbed me by my collar and I was just trying to defend myself, getting him kind of off me a little bit and the rest is what it is. Could you feel the tensions already at that point? Yeah, I knew before there was some chitter chatter going back and forth, but I wasn't taking it serious. I was laughing and then I guess it was a bigger deal to him, so I have no problem.
I don't have no issue. I was just trying to defend myself really. So that's the perspective of Jaden McDaniels. Steve Kerr, of course, has his own version of what happened.
Actually, it's kind of amusing, the way that you always have to take into account the speaker, take into account the source when you hear a version of a story. There's no way Clay Thompson should have been thrown out of the game. I mean, he's running up the floor and the guy grabs his jersey and he's pulling on him and so Clay pulls back. And no way Clay should have been ejected. That was ridiculous.
So I was upset about that. And then the Draymond piece of it, if you watch the replay, Rudy had his hands on Clay's neck and that's why Draymond went after Rudy. And I saw one replay right after it happened. The guys on the back of the bench were telling us that Rudy had Draymond or had Clay and that's why Draymond went at Rudy.
So that's all I know. But it was, yeah, a bizarre way to start the game, a minute and a half in. Yeah, not even point scored. At that juncture, nobody had even put in a point. Apparently, the first time in NBA history we've had multiple players ejected from a game before either team had a basket. It's kind of interesting. So I'm sure we'll hear from the league and Draymond Green, as a repeat defender, no doubt we'll hear more words from the league than either of the other two.
There's a lot to sort through. I'm a little surprised, maybe because it flew under the radar, that Rudy Gobert didn't get a technical foul or didn't get a flagrant two because he also had his hands on another player's neck. I mean, he didn't have him in a headlock, but he definitely had grabbed Klay by the neck. And I understand that Draymond got a flagrant two. You're not, under NBA rules, you are not allowed to, either incidentally or on purpose, grab, hit, impact anything, the head or neck area of another player. That's a recent emphasis, let's say, going back maybe four, three, four years.
And it's a source of consternation a lot of times. Marco Belletti is here in studio because guys will accidentally, it's not like they intend to, but they'll throw an elbow or just their elbow connects with another man's head on their way up to the hoop, and it's assessed as a flagrant foul because you are not supposed to be impacting another player's head or neck. So I'm kind of surprised that Gobert was not also tossed, though I can certainly understand why Draymond was.
Yeah, no, obviously, I didn't check, though. Did Gobert get hit with a flagrant or a technical? Obviously, he didn't get thrown out, but I don't know if he got a technical. He did not. I don't remember. But even if he did, it would have been a flagrant one, which is unintentional. Right, that's what I mean.
So I don't know. Yeah, I mean, they did a decent job of sifting this out. I mean, it was a little bit of a mess.
It's a few minutes in. I mean, the ejections were fine. I'll be fair. And look, this is going to happen from time to time. You don't like to see it. You don't want to see it. The thing that I took out of this, and maybe it's just me, I didn't like that Karl-Anthony Towns that was right there with Draymond Green and Rudy Gobert and did nothing.
That was the thing that I had the most problem with. Gobert has got Klay Thompson. So Draymond Green comes in to defend his teammate.
You can complain, but it's understandable. We get it. Karl-Anthony Towns is there. Sees Draymond Green basically on the sleeper hold with Rudy Gobert, and he just stands there and is watching it. I guess I missed that part. I watched this video so many times as I try to figure out what Gobert was doing and why Draymond came flying in.
And they're on the other side of the camera, the initial camera angle, so you have to kind of like go through it slow-mo, but I'll have to go back and watch Kat. Now, again, that's me, but the first thing I'm looking at is Karl-Anthony Towns not getting Draymond Green off his teammate. He's there. He's kind of like almost playing, I guess, the peacemaker, quote, unquote.
He's speaking. Again, your hands off my teammate would have been the first thing that... Now, I'm not saying that I wanted this escalated. I'm not saying I wanted punches thrown, but I'm surprised that he's there.
He even might have had a hand near Draymond. Like, he's right on top of the situation and didn't, in my mind, do anything. That was, to me, the first thing that jumped out to me. Everything else is, look, it's going to happen from time to time. We don't want to see it. It is what it is.
You get ejections. We get it, and it moves on, and you'll get fined, and whatever it is the league has to do, understandable. I just wasn't thrilled about... You see a teammate in that type of chokehold, you got to help them out. Yeah, that's the thing, is I have no trouble empathizing.
Maybe she was talking about a word. I have no trouble understanding Draymond in this situation because if somebody comes after a family, a friend, a teammate, in this case, and has his hands on his neck, I'm going to do the same damn thing. It's just instinct, right? I have no trouble with that, but I didn't see Kat. Right, he's also the enforcer. He is. That's his job. He's supposed to do that. He probably went a little overboard, but that's part of his job, and that's what he is for the team. I get it.
But Karl-Anthony Towns, and not to say that the T-Wolves don't have whatever it is that they got going on to try to figure out what's there anyway, but I just didn't like that. You're on top of that. You see your teammate, I mean, really, getting almost choked out. He's in a giant headlock.
I'll have to check it out. How do you not step in if you're standing right there? I didn't like that, personally. I would have preferred, now again, I'm not sitting here telling you that he has to throw punches and escalate and make it this big, giant crate.
No, nobody wants to see that. I'm not advocating for that, but I do want to see you protect your teammate, and I feel like Kat didn't do that. Remember we had the whole flap with the Pittsburgh Steelers going back a few years ago, where there were shots being taken at Ben Roethlisberger and his offensive linemen were doing nothing, or maybe it was, shoot, maybe it was his backup. Mason Rudall? Yeah, it might have been Mason when Ben was injured, and there was all this talk, and even guys were coming out from the O-line and saying, yeah, that's our fault. We should be protecting our guy.
We should be picking him up. We should be making sure he's okay, and so, yeah, I think a lot of these athletes will take it personally if you don't step in and protect your guy. In baseball, if you don't join a fracas, well, then there's something wrong with you, and didn't Deion say this going back to the beginning of the year?
There's a fight on the field. You better get involved. Look, and as much as we could say this, but it's the truth, and anyone that's played any kind of, you don't have to like your teammate, but you damn well better be there to help him. Yeah, you got to defend him.
That's just part of it. He's your teammate. You don't have to like him. Afterward, like, you can honestly, you can hate him. That's fine.
Doesn't matter. But when there's a problem, you better be there to defend him. That's just part of how it goes.
You don't get to pick your teammate. But damn it, if there's a problem, you got to go help him. Jay, why are you in there smiling away and shaking your head?
What's going on in there? I'm just watching the video, and I mean, I have no reason to defend Cat or not, but I just feel like he kind of does go to the aid of his teammate. I mean, I just don't think he's as strong as Draymond, where he can't literally get him off of Gobert.
Oh, that's another issue in and of itself. Yeah, but I do see, once Karl-Anthony Townes sees him, he runs right over, and whether he's just bear-hugging him or just trying to maybe de-escalate it and not really, he's not trying to throw a punch. No, no, no, and I'm not advocating for a punch, but he's also not trying to get Draymond off of Rudy Gobert. I don't know if I agree with that, watching this video, and I think ending Edwards is also right there, and Edwards kind of plays a little more physical trying to rip Draymond off than Townes does, but Townes is right there. I'm looking at him hugging Draymond. Oh, he's right there.
That, I believe. Hugging might be better. I got to go back and watch this during the break. Your arm's around his neck. I need that arm off of his neck, and I feel like Kat didn't really concern himself with that aspect of it. He definitely wasn't trying to tug him as much as Edwards was, who clearly isn't as big as Draymond. Yeah, for sure.
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The Temple Bay Buccaneers here's Mayfield shotgun look looks right now back to his left those toward his left caught ball Evans at the five to the three two one touchdowns have a bay there you go fire the cannons by Kevin's yeah really a nice job now Baker he had those happy feet he looked to his left and his right but then he was able to find Mike Evans coming on an in route right in the middle of the field and Mike Evans you can see the frustration in his body he turns around and just drags the defender into the end zone went to about six yards that's Fulton number 26 and just carries into the end zone. The Cleveland Browns clock winds under eight and a half to play here in the fourth quarter Jackson adjusts his wristbands as he settles into the shotgun takes the snap looks to his right ball is swatted high in the air and it is intercepted by the Browns Greg Newsom along the sidelines into the end zone touchdown Cleveland 33 yards off the deflection at the line of scrimmage no penalty flags and the Browns are within one 31 30. That pick six it was a moment that sent a jolt through the AFC North maybe at that point you still believe the Ravens were going to hang on against the Browns but goodness and then they missed extra point which was unbelievable and yet the Browns were still able to win with a late drive so Deshaun Watson is back obviously makes a major difference yeah that defensive moment it seems to fit with the Browns this season pretty incredible so the call there on Browns radio that's one of our candidates for TD of the week also Mike Evans after dropping a touchdown then in frustration drags the defender with me and says well I'm going so I guess you're going to and has a touchdown for the Buccaneers Gene Deckerhoff on their radio network as they end a four-game losing skid Kyler Murray a rushing touchdown exactly 11 months to the day that he tore his ACL and what a difference Kyler made and certainly there are still some growing pains and getting back into the flow and just being overall out of rhythm rusty but he was cutting he was turning he was twisting late scramble on third down he actually ran 74 yards to gain nine that was charted by those who pay attention to such things Dave Pash on Cardinals radio welcome back Kyler and then George Kittle he is one of Brock Purdy's staunchest defenders and supporters and he had a 66 yarder that was just brute force strength when he split defenders and actually Purdy threw him the ball under duress Purdy was about to get leveled and he had a defender coming right at him and you know Purdy's not a big dude and so the defender looks like Superman about to drape over the top of him which is illegal of course you can't really hit quarterbacks and so he delivers the ball on the money between two defenders Kittle splits and then boom he's gone he actually is able to saunter into the end zone so you have an hour left to vote for TD of the week I'm actually going to retweet it now on my Twitter a law radio while you're there you can send your questions for asking me anything that's on Twitter as well you've got the same options on Facebook so don't feel like we're leaving you out and if you haven't yet sent decided whatevs your guess for the after hours holiday zoom room well then you can do that as well on either Twitter or Facebook interesting I just saw the pool reporter send quotes or post quotes from the official who was responsible for speaking on behalf of the crew that was doing the timber wolves and warriors game so we will give you the responses to the questions from the one official about why Rudy Gobert was not disciplined in this game plus the bills fire their offensive coordinator it's after hours with Amy Lawrence CBS porch radio this episode is brought to you by FX is a murder at the end of the world starring Emma corn Clive Owen and Britt Marling Emma plays Darby Hart a sleuth and tech savvy hacker she joins an exclusive group invited to a retreat when one of the guests is found dead Darby must prove it was murder before the killer takes another life FX is a murder at the end of the world now streaming only on Hulu this holiday season give concert and comedy tickets to their favorite artists choose from thousands of the hottest upcoming shows plus other great gifts for every fan on your list like VIP packages artist merch gift cards and more you can also ask for concert and comedy tickets with a live nation wish list just sign in at your favorite shows and share with friends and family get what you really want this year and gift the unforgettable at live nation.com slash gifts this live nation.com slash gifts hey there football fans I'm Brian Baldinger and I'm thrilled to introduce you to the best football show a podcast that's an exhilarating journey through the world of the National Football League join me each weekday breaking down those spine tingling moments dissecting top players and offering my unique perspective prepare to get smarter about the game we all love with every episode of the best football show where the game comes to life huddle up with me for football experience like no other follow the best football show on the free odyssey app forever you get your podcast.
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