Share This Episode
JR Sport Brief JR Logo

JR SportBrief Hour 2

JR Sport Brief / JR
The Truth Network Radio
October 14, 2022 2:19 am

JR SportBrief Hour 2

JR Sport Brief / JR

On-Demand Podcasts NEW!

This broadcaster has 753 podcast archives available on-demand.

Broadcaster's Links

Keep up-to-date with this broadcaster on social media and their website.

October 14, 2022 2:19 am

JR can’t believe how bad Thursday Night Football was between the Bears and Commanders

Amy Lawrence Show
Amy Lawrence
Amy Lawrence Show
Amy Lawrence
Amy Lawrence Show
Amy Lawrence
Amy Lawrence Show
Amy Lawrence
JR Sport Brief

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 NBA 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 NBA team on the Odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts. The Locked On Podcast Network, your team every day.

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 NBA 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 NBA team on the Odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts. The Locked On Podcast Network, your team every day.

When you need cash out of your home and a simple way to get it, rock it, rock it can. I'm being joined by super producer and host, Dave Shepherd. I'm being joined by you. Everybody listening all over North America. You can always tune in every minute, every second on the free Odyssey app. Thank you to people listening on your local affiliates, folks tuned in with Sirius XM channel 158 and everybody listening on a smart speaker. I do that when I'm in the house.

I do ridiculous things. I call Siri. I call Alexa. I say play CBS Sports Radio. Hands-free. Anyway, use your hands. Dial up.

Type something in. If you want to hit me up, you can find me online. I am at JR Sport Brief. You can also call me 855-212-4CBS.

That's 855-212-4CBS. I'm still here in New Orleans, Louisiana. I've had an amazing time.

I stepped outside my hotel today and it's just like I'm running into people. Shout out to my main man Shadel. He actually stopped me or saw me. I'm like, what does this guy want? And he's like, I listen to you. I said, man, thank you so much. He says, you hung up on me last week. So what did you say? He said something about Lamar Jackson to the Cowboys.

And I said, not so fast. And then me and Shadel took a photo. He's so nice, man. I'm looking here through Twitter right now. And if you, me and Shadel, our photo is on my social media at JR Sport Brief. Thank you, Shadel. So nice.

There's another guy just tweeted me. Edward Tozer enjoying the show. Thank you, Edward.

I appreciate you listening to the show. Hey Shep, man, you should have come down with me here, man. Why are you not here? I would love to be there, but someone's got to run the show from the New York, right? Where's Jack? That's a good question. Let me tell you something.

I'm sorry, you didn't mean to go here. Jack is such a nice guy. He does so many, he's a Jack of all trades, literally and figuratively. He does so many wonderful things here at CBS Sports Radio. I don't know if he gets the credit around here that he deserves. He does the news. He does a good job on updates. He told me about the news and I'm like, you do awesome at the news. You're terrific.

Other shows like to play as highlights. I love the fact that, and I'll leave it at that, I love the fact that we elect, you specifically JR, elect to celebrate this young man who's 25 years old and has an incredibly bright future in this business. There's so many people, beautiful and bright.

Love beautiful, bright people. We can go on and on. We'll take our time. Everybody will get their day. We'll get there. Today's Jack's day.

The next day we'll... Babari. Everybody gets a little bit of love. Everybody. How about Carlos? Carlos is amazing. Carlos is the best, man. I saw Carlos when I was in New York. Amazing.

Good dude. Carlos is a good dude. Where's Carlos?

Carlos told me he was going to be in Georgia. Yeah? Yeah. I'm telling everybody's business. What do I know?

I don't know. 855-212-4CBS. Call me up. I'm like the telephone lady. You call me, you tell me where I tell all your business.

855-212-4CBS. One more guy who's coming. Elijah Stewart. I don't know if you've had the pleasure of meeting him, JR. Young up and coming guy at this station.

Watch out. You know who that is, right? I met him.

Wasn't he sitting next to you? Yeah. I believe so. Glasses.

Looks very sophisticated. There was an email about his glasses. I saw that. Yes. That's what I'm talking about, man. You know a little bit about everything in this place. I do. Yeah.

I'm not there. I saw an email about glasses and I'm just like, I didn't take the glasses. And then he misplaced them and then he found them. It's just... Welcome to life in corporate America. If you're getting emails from Spike Eskin about property, you know you mean something. What? If I lost my glasses? What?

No, you make that list. If I lose something, no one's reaching out about anything I lose, but you know Spike's reaching out if you lose your glasses. If I lose my glasses, Spike sends a company email to all two floors or three floors.

It's like, yeah, I'm in Georgia. Make sure you FedEx me my glasses. Okay. Anyway, speaking of needing a FedEx, is this garbage ass game over yet? Chicago has the ball. It's not over yet.

It's not. What is it? About 30 seconds left. 35 seconds, fourth and goal. Fourth and goal. Oh, wow.

Do you think Chicago's going to punch the ball in? I know what happens, do you? No, I actually, I tuned out for two seconds. What happened? You know what?

Wow. It looks like a controversial call. Uh-oh. A catch near the pylon.

They're discussing. A catch? Uh-oh.

Okay. Chicago Bears might win the game at the end. What a pathetic way to potentially go out if you're Washington, right? Yeah, I don't know if you're catching this on replay. It's on Amazon.

I tried to log into Amazon. That looks like, that looks like he came down with it and the left corner pylon. Wait, the Chicago Bears are about to go three and three? Looks like Mooney, but here's the thing. I know I can't get play by play. It looks like Mooney comes down with it in his back shoulder and it was not, so he bobbles it. It was not called a touchdown at the initial point. Fields is scratching his head. There's a lot of people scratching their heads after tonight. We're going to see what the final call is right here.

You want to know something, though? It doesn't matter who wins this game. They're going to be a loser either way. Like, nobody walks out of this game.

Maybe if you're the Bears, you have a positive feeling. I've now been able to, you see, you wondered why that, uh-oh. Okay, uh-oh. This is some crap. Wow. The game is done, man.

What type of crap is that? Oh my, Justin Fields needs a hug. Poor guy. Not only does he play for the Bears, not only was he expected to be the savior, it's, uh, it hurts being a Chicago Bears fan, man. Washington improves to 2-4. Chicago goes to 2-4. The Washington commanders ultimately win this game, the final score, 12-7. A goal line play. Trying to get the ball over the line. In Chicago, I might add.

Doesn't work. I told you, whoever walks away with a victory in this game is still a loser. I gotta tell you, there are certain teams in the NFL where you mention them, you talk about them, and there is, there really isn't anything positive to say. What is the most positive thing that you can say about Chicago? Nothing. It's the most positive thing you can say about Washington. The commanders.

Nothing. These are two teams that are basically in transition. Carson Wentz is throwing the ball with a busted up shoulder for Washington. Justin Fields can't even stomach this enough to get off the bench.

This man is on the bench. What, won't even look anybody in the eye. He needs a hug.

So, JR, I don't know if you, I know Amazon, most people do not have access to it. I don't know if you saw that 40-yard run that Fields made at the end of the game to get them within first and goal. Were you, were you, were you privy to that?

No, I just saw the last, the last couple of plays that ended here. This man, he looks depressed. He looks like he wants to cry. JR, if you were a, if you were a, if you were a, if you were a, if you were a, if you were a, if you were a Chicago Bears fan, three guys come to mind. Michael Vick, RG3, and I'm talking RG3 before the Shanahan spoiled him. And I don't mean spoiled him in a good way.

Okay. And then the other guy is Lamar Jackson. The jets and the acceleration that he showed when a game is this late and he was able to just shift into a gear that no other person seemed to have on the field. And he made it look easy and then had the presence of mind to run out of bounds.

I don't know. There are only one or two quarterbacks that can make that specific play in the NFL. I'm telling you, JR, that run, if you get a chance to watch the highlight. Oh, I will.

I'm looking at it now. I'm telling you, five quarterbacks in the history of the NFL can make that run. And that's it.

That's a short list. The future is good. They just needs consistency from a head coach, not Nagy, you know, Eber flus. He needs consistent coaching from the pocket.

And Chicago has themselves a star started quarterback. They go, he needs help. That's what he needs. He needs, he needs somebody he can actually throw the ball to. He needs support. He doesn't need to run around with a team that's basically been stripped. It's, I feel like he's being set up and not on purpose, but to fail. I think the new regime is taking a look and they're saying, Hey, we have him here. We did not select him. He is not my guy. And if he swims great, we can take credit for it.

If he does not, we just get somebody else. I think that's just the law of nature. What happens a lot of times when you get new, when you get a new coach, when you get a new GM, we know pace and Nagy are gone.

Eber flus and pool are in. They're trying to make money as much as they're trying to develop the football team. Yes, yes they are. But they want to give themselves personally as much runway and room to work as possible. And so if that means, Oh yeah, we're going to give fields a chance to run through his rookie deal. And if he doesn't work, all I do is go to the owner and say, I need a chance with my own guy. That's not my guy. I need a chance to go out here and win with my own.

He's not my dude. This stinks. A matter of fact, you want to know what just sadness sounds like? This is courtesy of the Bears radio network. This is the bears trying to win the game at the goal line.

This was all she wrote. Listen, Montgomery, the long back. They put fields on her center, takes the snap, going to stand on the pocket throws right front side of the end zone. Darnell Mooney, the catch. Darnell Mooney. There's no indication.

Discussion underway. No call made. Has he shoved out of bounds? Does he have the catch? Did he hit the pylon?

Which is it? Hands on hips with 30 seconds to go. Is a catch short of the goal line.

The winner of all of the ball. First down Washington. Turned away in Chicago.

It sounds like something that they are unfortunately used to. It's bad. Chicago, 2-4.

Washington, 2-4. You need to pat on the back. The NFL should actually give you money if you sat through this entire game.

They should pay you for having to have watched that. 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS.

Scott is calling up from Florida. You're on the JR Sport Reef show. JR, how you doing? Always a pleasure. Thank you, man. I always enjoy talking to you and listening to your show.

On my way home from work and I always listen to you on my way home. Thanks. One feel good story I feel like that came out of the game tonight was a young gentleman Brian Robinson coming back from being shot and scoring a touchdown, brother. Yeah, I mentioned that. I said that was the one bright spot for Washington.

When you think about an organization that is nothing but not having to do with anything with the Raiders but it's a black hole. Yeah, I was very happy for the young man that he came back and scored his first NFL touchdown today. Yeah, he made his return against the Tennessee Titans this past Sunday. I think it's pretty cool that he went back out there and played tonight on Thursday.

Thank you, Scott, for calling from Florida. When he came out against the Tennessee Titans this past Sunday, they played 50 Cent's song, Many Men. You're not familiar with it?

The main lyric is or the hook is many men wish death upon me. Not familiar? 50 Cent got shot nine times and he's still here making money. Good for him. Brian Robinson, yes, right before the season started, this man was shot in an attempted robbery in D.C. Right before the season started. We are in week six.

This man was back playing football on Sunday and then he was right back on the field today. 17 carries, 60 yards and one touchdown for the Washington football team. They walk away with a victory.

The sexy score of 12 to 7. This is what the touchdown sounded like, courtesy of the Commander's Radio Network. Second goal here. Two tight ends, both move in motion to the right side of the line. Robinson standing next to Wentz at the six yard line.

Now here comes Curtis Samuel. Handoff Robinson up the middle of the line, heading towards the goal line and in! Touchdown! Touchdown Washington! The first career rushing touchdown for Brian Robinson Jr. It's not as, well, I'm happy for him.

It's exciting. The whole time I'm listening to him, I'm just saying to myself, touchdown Kansas City. One here, Iron Eagle. What did Iron Eagle do? Second and goal. Shotgun Robinson to the right of Wentz, looking for the lead. Handoff Robinson cuts it up the middle, they push the pile in for a touchdown!

It's a scoring bonanza and the Commanders take the lead here in the fourth quarter. That's great, Westwood won. Iron Eagle is another, he's another great announcer, man.

I like Iron. When I hear him do that, all I can think about is Kevin Durant shooting a three and Iron Eagle hyping him up. Great guy.

And his son too. Good dudes. It's the JR Sport Reshow here on CBS Sports Radio. Speaking of Kevin Durant, we're going to take a break. We'll come back. Kevin Durant decided to chime in in response to an ESPN inquiry as it relates to Draymond Green, that suspension that he did not receive. And Draymond Green, he's back. It's only been a couple of days, but he is back in the fold with the Golden State Warriors. We'll hear from Draymond on the other side. You'll hear from Kevin Durant. We'll talk about this Thursday night football matchup. I say football loosely between the Commanders and the Bears. Washington walks away with a 12 to 7 victory. It's the JR Sport Reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio. Come back.

I got W's and victories for you too. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio.

Speaking engagements and talking to these college students and stuff. We need more of that. Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. Oh yeah. Thank you oh so much to Tulane University allowing me to come through and for the second consecutive year, have an amazing conversation with the students about how you can utilize the good of sports, not to bully people, not to take advantage of them, but to utilize sports for something awesome in society. Maybe if I was a jerk like Daniel Snyder, maybe I'd have all his money.

Probably not. I enjoy what I'm doing much better. Matter of fact, later on in the show right before we roll out, I want to share with you just some comments and I want to really talk about my experience at Tulane University today here in New Orleans, Louisiana. It was a tremendous time with two amazing athletes and their families and Dr. Berzano from Special Olympics and she's the global head of health. It was just a big deal today and I want to share with that with you later on in the show. Obviously Thursday Night Football, Washington the commanders, they snap a four-game losing streak, they hold off a late rally by the Chicago Bears in Chicago and Washington wins 12 to 7.

We'll get into that. Ron Rivera currently speaking with the media, I guess no throwing Carson Wentz under the bus tonight, but we'll talk about that. Before we went to break, I shared with you the return of someone to his NBA franchise. That happens to be Draymond Green. We know why Draymond Green was missing in action. It's because he decided to punch Jordan Poole clear in the face. We found out a couple of nights ago that he would not be facing a suspension of games, but that he would be fined and it would be taken care of internally, in-house by the Golden State Warriors. Not even any league involvement. This is a team matter because it took place during the course of a practice and so there's been a lot of back and forth over whether or not he should have been suspended. I said the answer is yes, but ultimately the Warriors are trying not to rock the boat any more than it's already been rocked and so we learned that Draymond Green will be back in action and what happened?

Draymond Green, he spoke to the media. It was Thursday, he returned, and this is what he had to say about his time spent away from the squad. It was great. I spent a lot of time with my kids. Made eggs with my son. Taught him how to cook. I cook really good eggs, so I taught him how to cook some eggs. It was great. Spent a lot of time with my kids, but also a lot of time dealing with this stuff too. Spent some long days, but it's good. Dealing with this stuff, the stuff that you created?

What we gonna do, complain now? Just be happy that you were able to make eggs with your son. Draymond Green says he makes good eggs.

Okay, good. I don't want to taste them. What's he doing? Putting extra milk in there? Well, what's the special ingredient?

I don't know, don't care. He didn't stop there talking about the eggs that he makes. Draymond Green was asked about, you know, what did you learn being away from the team?

What did you experience? That's what he said. I learned by myself every day. I think, you know, as I said before, the moment you stop working on yourself, you get worse.

And so I think I learned new things about myself every day. That's always the goal. Okay, I assume that he's gonna have a podcast ultimately to walk us through all of this at some point?

Do we need one? That's what Draymond had to say about moving forward. The more time we get away from the things, the better. We had our conversations about what we needed to do moving forward and we're going to do that. You know, we're not going to continue to hold on to the past. Doesn't mean, you know, people don't have feelings towards what happened or a situation, but we do all have goals, individual goals, team goals, and we understand what needs to be done in order to reach those.

That's what's our focus. Yeah, that's why they didn't suspend a man. They want to keep him in the fold for now, or at least to keep him quiet, to make the issue and the topic of Draymond Green to ultimately go away. Knowing that he's not going anywhere, not in the short term, knowing that he will be here with the team, he does have to re-earn their trust. He has to regain their trust.

Jordan Poole has to look at this man and go, yeah, I can roll with him. His other teammates have to maybe, I don't know, realize that, oh, let's not actually roll our eyes at Draymond and let's pay him attention. This is what Draymond had to say about re-earning and regaining the trust of his teammates. Everyone says, like, build trust as a team.

I don't really quite understand that. You know, what's trust? Is it trust that you're going to make the right play? I think I always make the right play. I mean, to the best of my ability.

I don't always make the right play, but to the best of my ability. So, that is it. Like, what is that? I think what we do have to do is make sure we're together, you know, make sure we're doing the necessary things that it takes to win a championship, make sure we got each other's back. But I think there's so many different things when I hear the word trust that I'm not always certain that that is the most fitting word for what people are trying to say. I think it always sounds good and everyone kind of has this idea of what that means. But yet, you know, what does that truly mean? Listen to Socrates over here.

It's so philosophical. What does trust mean? Trust me?

It means that you won't fly off the handle. I cook really good eggs. I guess, you know what? That would be an appropriate answer if they just said, oh, well, Draymond, you know, what are you going to do to regain the trust? And he says, I cook really good eggs.

I cook really good eggs. That might as well be his answer. He's not a dumb human being. He's a smart human being. Sometimes I think he feels he's smarter than everybody else, especially when he gets to talking about the media.

The new media, the old media. Oh, thanks, Draymond Green. What a cop-out answer.

Now, what's trust? And I think it means this, and I think y'all think it means this, but it's not this. Come on. JR, correct me if I'm wrong. He happened to get suspended for saying words to Kevin Durant, right? That was a suspension. That was not a fine. Yeah, that man got, he missed, what did he give him, a game, a couple? And there's a guy by the name of Bobby Portis, and he punched Nikola Mirotic. That, I believe, was a suspension. And correct me if I'm wrong, that was a total of eight games. Was that caught on camera by chance?

No, it wasn't, no. So this caught on camera, one of the ugliest things we have ever seen in the history of NBA basketball, considering they were teammates and champions together at that, he got a fine. And he's talking about eggs. He said he makes the best eggs.

You know what? I don't want to say he's checked out because I don't think he's, well, I was going to say he's not, he's still a professional, but he's shown to be a poor one, especially for the past week. He knows, or maybe he doesn't. And if he doesn't know what it means when he's being asked if his teammates can trust him, if he has no idea what that means, then he should be gone. Trust that you won't fly off the handle. Trust that you won't be a distraction. Trust to know that Draymond Green is trying to help lead us towards a championship and isn't concerned with himself for being selfish. That's trust. Ain't nobody thinking about is Draymond Green, oh, do we trust him to make the right play?

Ain't nobody thinking about that. Everybody's taking the approach of, can we trust you to not fly off the handle? If I have to think about a great player like Allen Iverson, can we trust you to show up on time and not be hung over? If it's Zion Williamson, can I trust you to show up in shape? If it's Kyrie Irving, it's can I trust you at all?

Like everybody has their vices, everybody has their issues, their problems, their reasons, everybody has something that might slow them down. Draymond Green, you don't know what that is for you? It's your mouth, you don't know how to shut it. I'm waiting on a podcast. Maybe he'll sit down with Jordan Poole, maybe they'll hash it out for the public to make this all go away. As far as I know, Jordan Poole hasn't said a word.

A peep. He has let all this go out there and kind of percolate. Nothing has stopped Jordan Poole from taking a stance or letting or allowing his voice to be heard. But maybe he doesn't want to face the music. Maybe he doesn't want to talk to the media. Media can ask some real crazy questions.

But Draymond Green, not excusable, man. What's trust? I don't know what that means.

All you do. Or maybe you don't. Otherwise he wouldn't be in this ridiculous scenario.

This situation as a whole. But he's back. And he's still trying to figure out what trust is.

I think a three year old can figure that one out. It's the JR Sport Reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS. On the other side, I want you to hear from Kevin Durant. He was asked about this scenario. I do want to go ahead and get ready to take a break. When we come back, you'll hear from Durant. I'll get to the phone lines.

And then we'll talk some Thursday night football. You're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio. Listen, you do a great job, man. Before I ask my question, I just want to say I've heard you a couple of times on here. You always have great content and you've got a great sense of humor and I enjoy listening to you.

So I want to start out by saying that. Call in now at 855-212-4CBS. It's the JR Sport Brief Show here with you on CBS Sports Radio. I told you, you will hear from Kevin Durant. We'll do that shortly. We're going to dive a little bit deeper.

I guess we're going to go into the mud. We're going to talk about tonight's Thursday night football matchup between the Chicago Bears and the Washington Commanders. If you want to know the style, or not the style, if you want to have an understanding of the temperature of this game, I want you to briefly hear Ron Rivera after the victory. We know he's been in the news earlier on this week.

He didn't have or he had to polish it up just a little bit. People were looking at Carson Wentz against the Tennessee Titans and it's like, oh, he's throwing interceptions and he stinks and then we find out he's injured a little bit. And I mean, well, damn, he played tonight.

Nothing exciting about him. They beat the Bears 12 to 7. And Ron Rivera, the man who said, what's the difference between Washington and everybody else in the NFC East? And he said quarterback, and then he had to clean it up. Tonight, after the game, he was defensive. This is how he ended.

This is how he just ended his press conference. They played their asses off. They have. They play their asses off for everybody. They come out and they show up.

They work hard. All right. They don't complain.

Okay. They hear all this stuff and they got to deal with it. I get that. I respect them for that because they're resilient.

They come out. Everybody keeps wanting to say, I don't want anything to do with Carson. Well, I'm the guy that pulled out the sheets of paper and looked at the analytics and watch the tape and fricking when we're in Indianapolis. Okay.

And that's what pisses me off because the young man doesn't deserve to have that all the time. I'm sorry. I'm sorry.

No, damn. Well, you started it. Carson Wentz play started it. It's people aren't making this up. How can on one hand, I get it. He's passionate.

He's he's fine. But you can't, on one hand on a couple of days ago, just say, oh my God, I made a mistake and I screwed up. And then after a victory, you come back and now you're blaming everybody else.

So which one is it? You blaming Carson? You blaming you? What are you doing? Somebody give Ron Rivera a hug.

We're going to talk more about that at the top of the hour. Speaking of a hug, I just saw Kevin Durant give a fan a hug. That's so sweet.

So nice. Let's get to your phone calls and then you hear from Kevin Durant about this Draymond situation. 855-212-4CBS.

That's 855-212-4CBS. Well, how about this? We got Daniel calling from New York. Hey, Daniel, you're CBS Sports Radio. How are you? Hey, Jay. What's up? What's going on with you? I'm good.

I'm happy about, um, the Giants are finally pretty good. Yeah, they are. Hey, wait a minute. You live in New York?

What time? It's almost midnight. Yeah, it is. You don't have school in the morning? I do. You just hanging out talking to me?

Yeah. Okay, I won't complain. What do you have to say about the Giants?

Um, here in New York, they're all saying we should go and trade for Robbie Anderson or D.J. Moore from the Panthers. But I think there are better options, like Ahmaud Arseni Brown. Oh. Uh, Jahan Dotson.

Wow. OBJ. Bring him back. He wants some big money, though. Well, yeah, we could give it to him.

And, and find Lamar Jackson and we find Barkley, but they'll be good for once in their life. Uh, well, whose life? How old are you? Uh, 15. You're 15 years old? Yeah, the last time they were good, I was in fourth grade. Now I'm in tenth. You're in tenth grade? Yeah.

Okay. I'll take your word for that. I don't know if the New York Giants will be able to get their hands on all of that talent that you, uh, Yeah, I know, but I'd like them to.

Yeah, man, I'd like, uh, a trillion bucks to fall out of the sky into my lap, but we can all hope and wish. Hey, Daniel, thank you so much for calling from New York. No doubt. He's the, he's the youngest, uh, 10 year old, 15 year old that I've ever heard in my life. What do I know, though? I'm not going to lie. I got to take him at his word, but he's 15. He was 14 at first, and then he became 15.

So, yeah, me and I, I aged five, I aged, uh, you know, five years in the past two minutes. Listen, these Thursday night football games have aged all of us. That's true. That's true. Except for that young man there. He's, he's now 18 years old.

Well, maybe they aged him too. Here's the thing about the Giants. I like how he threw out just random names, including Lamar Jackson. For a football team right now, that is four and one.

It is absolutely amazing and tremendous what the Giants have been able to do. Daniel Jones is a okay quarterback. He's not spectacular. He's been able to run the football effectively this year, not turn it over.

God bless him. Saquon Barkley looks completely healthy. Looks like a Roger Craig, Christian McCaffrey, Marshall Fox style back.

It's beautiful. The fact that they're doing this with no wide receivers, the defense has been able to step it up. They're doing it with a rookie head coach and Brian Dayball. The future is bright for the New York Giants.

I just don't think that future is going to be immediately this year. They're going to take on Baltimore. If they can beat Baltimore, I will give them all the credit in the world for what they've been able to do with limited talent. That's the coach.

You see the reactions from Brian Dayball after the games, you see how his players interact with him. He deserves a lot of the credit for what this team has been able to do at 4-1. And they're still in a situation where there's no guarantee that Daniel Jones is going to be back and they declined his fifth year option. The Giants, are they going to go out there and pay Saquon Barkley? You would hope that this 4-1 that the Giants have right now, you would hope that it's not fool's goal. But by the time we get to the end of the season, it might be. But Brian Dayball, for the start of their year, man, it man, they're playing damn good.

They deserve a lot of credit for what they've been doing up until now. 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS. I told you about Durant. I want to get him in here quick. He was asked about this situation with Jordan Poole. And Kevin Durant basically said, man, it's night and day for my situation with Draymond. Draymond was yelling at me about me potentially leaving. This is what Durant had to say with ESPN.

I don't know. You guys got through it, but that's not the same situation. Well, that's true.

I got punched in the face. You know, you know what I mean? Like it was the talk everywhere.

There's no comparison to that. You know what I'm saying? It was just some words that I heard people say that that happens a lot. I had never seen nothing like that before, but with me and Draymond a few years back, that happens all the time.

So it's easy to get you something like that, but I don't know what this situation is like. Oh, wow. That was Nick Friedle you heard from ESPN talking to Durant. He's like, I ain't get punched in the face. Draymond ain't punched me in the face. He got punched in the face. Me and him beefing and that is true. People talking crap all the time.

Draymond got suspended for that. Nicole is calling from Maryland. You're on CBS Sports Radio. What's up, Nicole?

How are you? I am more than upset with the Golden State Warriors because Draymond Green has been behaving like a bully for a long time, in my opinion. And he's more like a pre-adolescent child because what he does is behave badly, come back, apologize. And that is a pattern for him because actually he's done that time and time and time again.

And you could see from that video when he walked up to Jordan Poole that it was on his mind that he wanted clearly some contact with this guy because he was not even that close to him at first and he walked over to him to, you know, to start this stuff. And so when Golden State Warriors did not actually punish him properly and make him actually pay a phone also, he went home and he's talking about he made eggs, which again suggests that he is so far removed from reality, where he doesn't even recognize the, just exactly how heavy punctuation is. You hit this guy, you're telling me you made eggs with your children, you didn't explain to them what they should do as opposed to becoming violent with someone else. He's a poor excuse for, to me, a poor excuse for not just a role model but a dad, you know, because here you are hitting somebody and I bet you tell his son, you know, not to do that. Okay, I hear you, Nicole.

That's taking it into a different space, but I understand what you're saying. I got a question for you though, before we, do you like eggs? You like eggs? Oh, Nicole don't like eggs. She hates eggs. She doesn't like eggs. I cook really good eggs. Nobody cares about Draymond's eggs.

That's tough. I understand what she's saying, but she was like, wow, Draymond as a father, wow. Instead of explaining to him what he did wrong.

We don't know what Draymond did, so I'm not going to go that far. I don't know what he tells his kids. I know what he told us. That's it. Anyway, 855-212-4CBS.

That's 855-212-4CBS. When we come back, we're going to talk about this Thursday night football game that took place between the Washington commanders and the Chicago Bears. Washington walks away with a victory in Chicago, 12-7. Justin Fields, if you know Justin Fields publicly, or excuse me, privately, call the man, text the man, send him some words of encouragement. He needs him. I haven't seen a football player look that depressed on the sideline after a game since, I don't know, Jay Cutler. Bears fans are familiar with him.

He looked like he would smoke a cigarette during the game. What a disaster. We're going to talk about Washington. We'll talk about Chicago. You'll hear again from an angry Ron Rivera.

He just won. What are you mad about? We'll talk about it here on CBS Sports Radio.

I made eggs with my son. 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 NBA 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 NBA team on the Odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts. The locked on podcast network, your team every day. 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 NBA 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 NBA team on the Odyssey app or wherever you get podcasts. The locked on podcast network, your team every day.
Whisper: medium.en / 2022-12-06 01:21:31 / 2022-12-06 01:37:46 / 16

Get The Truth Mobile App and Listen to your Favorite Station Anytime