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We get started every single weeknight at 10 p.m. Eastern Time, 7 p.m. Pacific. I'm coming to you live from Atlanta, Georgia. It is oh so good to be home. I spent all the last weekend in Phoenix, Arizona.
That was fun. Ran into everybody. My main man Sully just called, was with Sully last week and saw Tim Brown, my friends from Special Olympics. Hey, shout outs to my main man Malcolm.
Let me tell you something. Malcolm is a Special Olympics athlete from Florida and he was there at the Super Bowl last night. Anquan Bolden. Yeah, Anquan Bolden.
Mr. Gnocchi out, played for the Arizona Cardinals, played for the Ravens. He got Malcolm tickets. Malcolm was actually at the post game press conference and he asked Patrick Mahomes a question.
Like, these are the type of things that excite me. That Malcolm doesn't have to feel different or separate and this is no matter of charity. Like, he's asking better questions than some of them jerks who sit around and try to be, you know, idiots all day to the players. So kudos to my main man Malcolm being a correspondent, a sports correspondent for Special Olympics and doing a damn good job at it and then also and then also much love to fans cited for being a partner and understanding the importance of inclusivity and opening up the door.
Kudos to Anquan Bolden and everyone who realizes the importance of inclusivity. I absolutely love it. I love it. I love it.
I love it. We should have more instances and stories like this to the point where they're not even stories. Malcolm met everybody. We talked about Joe Montana and Tim Brown.
Just the list goes on and on and on. Anyway, as we continue on here, the Super Bowl is a topic of conversation. We've talked about the greatness of Patrick Mahomes, him being able to add to his legacy, tick a few more boxes off on his resume.
We talked about Jalen Hurts. Without a shadow of a doubt, he's established himself as one of the best quarterbacks in the game and he's going to be paid as such. Unfortunately for the Philadelphia Eagles, they have so many, so many free agents on the team. Jason Kelce pretty much been a centerpiece at center, one of the best in the game. He's going to be a free agent. You think about the defensive side of the football. Brandon Graham, Hargrave, and Damakin Su, Linval Joseph, the veterans, Fletcher Cox, Bradbury, center of attention for that holding call.
He's going to be a free agent. Like none of this is going to be easy for the Philadelphia Eagles to just bounce right on back. You know, Nick Sirianni, he got his behind handed to him in the second half. The Eagles couldn't generate not one sack against Patrick Mahomes and a lot of the conversation has obviously been around the holding call and it sucked the life out of the game.
Bradbury is out there holding Juju Smith-Schuster. The referees call it. It resets the downs, moves us from third and eight back to first down. Chiefs didn't have to do anything but milk the living hell out of the clock. Patrick Mahomes is running for 26 yards untouched and then they kick a field goal to basically take the lead and there's no time left for the Eagles to do anything. So don't blame the damn refs. Blame the Eagles. They couldn't hold on to the momentum they had in the first half of the game and Nick Sirianni, he pretty much said as much. He's like, yo, leave the damn refs alone. We blew it.
You'll see me on the sideline. I'm going to argue with different things of calls here and there but it's not my job to make the call. Those guys got to do that in split second, you know, scenarios and so, you know, that's what he saw and he called it and so that's never, I know it always appears to be that, you know, it's one call that makes the case. It's not what it is, right?
It's not what it is. There's so many plays that contribute to the end result of the game and today they were better than we were. Damn good game until the end and it was the right thing to do so I'm not going to argue that.
It just sucked the life out of everything that took place. 855-212-4CBS. That's 855-212-4CBS. Marty's calling from Pittsburgh. You're on the JR Sport Brief Show. What's up, Marty?
Hey, JR. I kind of agree. I think that call could have went either way whether he calls it or doesn't call it. I think it's a close play but one thing that I wanted to ask your opinion on just watching the whole game and watching the routes that Kansas City was running the entire game and the situation that they're in, I think one of the things that led to the call was when Juju's coming out of his cut, he has the defensive backbeat by a step, step and a half until he gets grabbed.
I think he's trying to run it out, not enough. I think once the pattern gets broken, he turns it up and then Mahomes tries to throw it over the top but if you look just that situation, I don't think Kansas City really wanted to throw the ball into the end zone because they didn't want to score a touchdown. They wanted the first down they needed. I think it was third and seven.
Yeah, third and eight. Third and eight and that little pattern, it looks like Juju's trying to get to the outside until he gets grabbed, breaking the route. So Juju being an experienced receiver when the route gets broken, you cut it off and you continue and go downfield and I think that's what he did but I just wanted to get your opinion on what you thought about the route and the situation because I think they much more wanted to get the first down than they wanted to get the touchdown so they could do it.
What are you saying? Patrick Mahomes tried to draw him into a penalty? No, no, I don't think he tried to draw him into a penalty.
I think the original route was Juju to go just on the slant to and out and when he goes to cut to the out, he gets grabbed and pulled and it breaks off the route. Yeah, he ran in and then tried to go back out and Bradbury got caught and he grabbed him by his jersey. I mean that's exactly what happened and did he did he maul him in the process of it?
No, he didn't maul him. Did he have a gigantic fist full of jersey? No, he didn't but he he had enough and they took advantage of it and Juju Smith-Schuster to his credit, he got up and he wasn't yelling and crying about it and the people who have made took issue with that as well and thank you Marty for calling from Pittsburgh. There are people who went oh well if Juju Smith-Schuster was actually held then then why didn't he make a fuss? Patrick Mahomes was right there yelling at the ref. How many people do we need yelling at the ref? Not everybody's gonna get up like a raging a lunatic in the process. You know the call was the call.
It is what it is and and most certainly Juju Smith-Schuster was getting ready to run out. You know what the intention was? I think they would want to take it to the house.
Why not? 855-212-4CBS. It's 855-212-4CBS. Keith is here from Santa Clara. What's up Keith? Hey ONJR. Thank you so much for taking my call.
Sure. I've actually been listening to your guys' show for I'd say about a year maybe a year and a half and this is my first time ever calling show and I think it's I really I felt passionate about making the call today because I've heard so many arguments about this holding call like you know a few of my friends you know back home in Boston are just telling me you know oh he shouldn't have made that call you know with that much time left he just shouldn't have made that call he ruined the game. Well as much as we would have loved to have seen you know a dramatic comeback from the Eagles or maybe going over time if the ref didn't make that call he would have been accused of being biased. Yeah absolutely if it was on the other end the Chiefs fans would have been throwing a fit. No question.
He's in a no win. Somebody's always going to complain about something. No question and I do believe that that the integrity of the game would have been called into question if something like that were to happen on a regular basis. Sure there's a look and thank you Keith these dudes are human beings like would it have been nice to have it not called yeah of course we don't mind a little I don't want to say underhanded tactics in sports but you know you try to chip away and get away with what you can in the course of a game you do. In basketball he try to get a little elbow in there you know in boxing a referee says stop referee says chill out you know maybe try to you know slip a punch in there in the process while he says stop and and just get away with a little warning and hope that you don't have points taken away. Man this is football this is contact all the damn way you gonna try to get a little grab a little hold it happens all the time in the case of oh man in this particular play in this specific moment in this exact second the referee should not call it like that's that's not fair to the ref you don't sat down and watch this thing on a replay from eight and twenty different angles you had a better vantage point on your couch than a referee had right there in front of his damn face he saw what took place he blew the whistle. JR I got a question for you.
Please. How often do you see a player in that tense of a moment that big of a moment understand that his penalty essentially led to the game-winning score and then gave the Eagles no time left whatsoever to do something about it after the fact but James Bradbury man we gotta give this guy credit you don't hear too often an athlete saying yeah the ref got it right there's there's no complaining on her part like it's one thing for a coach to get up on the microphone and give the party line but for a player who the penalty was called against for him to say the ref the ref got it right like he deserves all the credit in the world for that I only hear enough people giving him his flowers for that. It's it's nice to hear it man it's nice to hear it we most times the referees are being obliterated it's it's nice to hear a matter of fact this is what James Bradbury had to say after the game about the penalty thank you shut. I mean that's not up for my judgment you know I was hoping he would let it go but of course you know he's a ref it's a big game and it was it was a hold so they called it. Yeah case closed if you're in Philadelphia be mad about the defense be mad about that penalty man we have 30 we had 30 minutes we had a whole 30 minute half of football you know be upset at that.
855-212-4CBS that's 855-212-4CBS Brian is calling from Atlanta you're on the JR Sport Brief Show. Hey what's up boss man love the show love you guys you're the best in the business I was just curious what you had to say about uh Mr Berman's comment after the game last night. Uh it was it was one of the dumbest things I've ever had would you care to share with the audience what he said? Uh well I don't know if I'm the best person to do this um basically lightened the fact that two black quarterbacks for the first time ever were in the Super Bowl and it happened to be on Abraham Lincoln's birthday. I don't know how far he was reaching I don't know how far he sat on that why was that his lead into the ESPN coverage it blew my mind I had to rewind it twice. Well he's uh that was pretty pretty pretty I don't know if ignorant is the word but out of left field statement he was searching for a topic he's trying to I don't know if he's trying to be cool or what he was trying to do but it was it was an out of left field dumb ass thing to say it's like Tony Romo calling a football game and you know thinking about Michael Jordan and and Clyde Drexler it's it's stupid.
I would love to show y'all are the best in the business. Well thank you Brian for calling from Atlanta yeah that had to be the dumbest thing that I heard anybody say last night it had nothing to do with a damn thing. You want to hear it? No. Good.
It's like hey we got black guys here oh by the way Abraham Lincoln oh well Abraham Lincoln freed the slaves so we can have football great yeah that was a dumb ass thing to say. 855-212-4CBS 855-212-4CBS Damon's calling from Houston. Hello?
Yes you would happen to be live on the radio to 300 stations and markets go ahead Damon. Oh yes sir oh yes sir um wonderful to always hear your show you have all the aspects of what is necessary to to have us understand what goes on with sports all of sports but this is my caveat to what's going on um I think that the defense really let the team down as far as the Philadelphia Eagles and don't get me wrong I am a New Orleans Saints fan 100% 100% but when I watch that game N'Dama Consu knows exactly what needs to happen and I think that with him being a captain not not I don't know if he's a captain but with him being a veteran and knowing what it is to be in Super Bowls they let him down they let him down and I'm not saying that Jalen Hurston make any mistakes but the referees they did what they did and they always do what they do nothing's new what do you think about that sir? You sound slightly apologetic for a fact and we talked about that earlier on in the show that Patrick Mahomes was sacked zero times this they didn't touch the man he's he's running around scrambling for 26 yards like it's not it's not a shock that the defense stunk at the end this is a defense that that led the world in sacks with 70 at a historical rate and pace and they couldn't hit one of the best quarterbacks that we've seen play football and so I agree with you. Real quick my brother just real quick what are their stats sir if you don't inspire me ask what uh Philadelphia Eagles defense what are their stats sir? What do you mean the Eagles stats I mean that's a very broad question.
The best defense sir. Oh well the the Eagles are ranked number one they led the league in sacks with 70 they had they had one of the best defensive backfields in the game due to the front just guys rushing Hargrave and Fletcher Cox and Brandon Graham they they numbers-wise was one of the best defenses in the league I don't have every stat in front of me. Okay no problem but I'm staying down I'm not apologetic they let him down. Yeah well it sounded like you know it was the way you presented it was like it was a surprise that they let him down.
Yeah I apologize man but no I apologize for that but no no. Nothing to apologize about then thank you so much Damon for calling from Houston yeah that was that was as clear as day and between the the Eagles and the 49ers man that's like one or two defense depending on what metric you want to look at they didn't get the job done and that's what happens when you take on one of the best. Some guys just cannot be stopped Patrick Mahomes is one of those guys that could not be stopped. Hassan Reddick mentioned it after the game yes the same Hassan Reddick who wrecked the game for the 49ers the other great defense this is what Hassan Reddick had to say about not being able to stop Patrick Mahomes especially in that second half. He had a good game plan a lot of chipping stuff like that trying to you know for the most part getting the ball out fast you know game plan work that's accredited him. Patrick Mahomes didn't have to lose his mind last night only I say there's only 182 yards passing three touchdowns did not turn the football over we saw Jalen Hurston turnover went right back to the end zone the other way and Patrick Mahomes decided to contribute 44 yards on the ground the biggest of them that 26 yard scramble at the end of the game that helped set up that field goal and so there were plenty of instances where the Eagles defense was just like should it be this easy okay fine sure yeah it's it's Patrick Mahomes but should it be this easy and the stats and numbers that Patrick Mahomes has already started to accumulate at only the age of 27 years old is just astronomical second Super Bowl victory second career MVP 11th player I could just go on down the list I'm not even gonna bother he is in exclusive company he's already in and this is not a matter of oh it's too early oh it's too soon oh he hasn't played enough oh well this guy this and could have did this and should he is in Tom Brady company he is in Peyton Manning company if you think about quarterbacks who have won multiple Super Bowls if you only look at that number if you only look at that stat we just celebrated the centennial a couple of years ago for the NFL 100 years of this damn thing you got to go back to the 60s and think about the first Super Bowl 13 starting QBs to have won multiple only 13 Patrick Mahomes is already there and he's with guys like John Elway Terry Bradshaw Roger Staubach obviously Peyton Manning and and that other guy who just retired Tom Brady is he gonna get six and seven and ten and four and five we have no idea but he is already in exclusive company you look at his MVPs you look at his Super Bowl MVPs you look at his statistics you look at his numbers if Patrick Mahomes quit tomorrow of which there'd be no reason to Patrick Mahomes would be going to the Hall of Fame and all he's gonna do is keep stacking these numbers up God willing he stays healthy we'll hear about how great he is on the other side his teammates the opposition people show him love he's an easy God alike I'm waiting on Patrick Mahomes to just I don't want to say like kick an old lady or you know I can't even apply some of the things Antonio Brown has done to Patrick Mahomes it doesn't even seem logical or make sense anyway eight five five two one two four CVS that's eight five five two one two four CVS we're gonna hear about Mahomes's greatness from his own I don't know his own teammates his own coach on the other side I'm gonna pick up your calls as well it's the JR Sportbrief show CBS Sports Radio you're listening to the JR Sportbrief on CBS Sports Radio you're listening to the JR Sportbrief on CBS Sports Radio JR should be called the genius sports brief show call in now at eight five five two one two four CBS there ain't no genius here man ah genius I'll be sitting around I don't know in a lab or something like that I guess I don't know anyway eight five five two one two four CBS it's eight five five two one two four CBS right before we went to break we talked about Patrick Mahomes how great he is there's only 13 quarterbacks now who have won multiple Super Bowls you can put him in there the names Tom Brady Peyton Manning Joe Montana John Elway Roger Starbuck Terry Bradshaw and by the way we'll talk about Terry Bradshaw in the next break he was a little loose with the lips when talking to Andy Reed and that post-game celebration a lot of you know fat guy references but we'll get to that shortly Troy Aikman Bart Starr Ben Roethlisberger Eli Manning Jim Plunkett Bob Greasy and those guys at the top of the list Patrick Mahomes certainly deserves to be there Andy Reed spoke after the game Andy Reed talked about what makes Patrick Mahomes so damn good he grew he grew up in a locker room he's seen the greats and he strives to be the greatest I mean without saying anything that's the way he works I mean he wants to be the greatest player ever that's that's what he wants to do and that's the way he goes about his business and he does it humbly you know I mean there's no bragging he could stand up here and give you these stats that are incredible that he's had but he never he's never going to do that that's just not him and so we appreciate we appreciate that and then when it's time for the guys around to raise their game he helps them with that he's one of these great the great quarterbacks make everybody around them better including the head coach yeah Andy Reed's certainly a beneficiary of playing here with with Patrick Mahomes and when he references Mahomes being in a locker room growing up he's talking about being around his dad who was a pitcher in the majors his dad was a pitcher for the New York Mets and their photos you can find them online of Patrick Mahomes just kind of shagging shagging balls in the outfield I think we're like Mike Hampton pictures of him just it's pretty cool it's pretty fun Travis Kelce the complete nut Shep what is he gonna do when he retires he's gonna be in a microphone he has to be right oh he's gonna be behind the mic no doubt about that he's gonna be like a grok figure yeah he's he scored a touchdown he's over here doing a stanky leg last night I'm like he's a he's a nut he's smart enough to know that Patrick Mahomes is the man listen to this toughest son of a gun you ever you ever met man that Texas that Texas gunslinger ain't gonna let nothing get in the way yeah and then he was crazy right after the game let's hear that on Fox let's get more Kelce more and more and more he was he's always he's just a wild dude like I wouldn't want to be near that guy at a party you look like you're having too much fun he's got to stop with the uh you got to fight for your right to party that that's played out uh Kelce you're a little better than that you got to fight for your right yeah he's got to stop saying that after every single win yes is he going to wear that at he's going to have that on a t-shirt at the parade right I would assume so but JR it is amazing when you consider the fact that and I know you've said this before and fans have as well he's the same age as Rob Gronkowski Gronkowski is already retired twice well Rob Gronkowski just just took a beating yeah and just dragged everybody got five foot ten defensive backs trying to bite his ankles and hit his elbows it's uh it's cool to see how many more numbers Travis Kelce uh can put up I have no idea what he was doing at that that post game and this is crazy you know let's actually get to that now the Terry Bradshaw was was talking and interviewing Andy Reed after the game during the trophy presentation and I'm like how many how many fat guy jokes can Terry Bradshaw kind of fit into this this this one minute he tells him hey man waddle on over here I'm like well damn bruh and then we go from waddle on over at the end he says oh well let's go get yourself a cheeseburger it's like sure he likes cheeseburgers but just listen to Terry Bradshaw on Fox let me get the big guy in here come on waddle over here I know that you're getting up in years now like me and I just know that it's got to be a time you got to say to yourself time to ride off into the sunset that's not going to happen is it no I'm going to enjoy this one right here I'm going to tell you this is unbelievable have a cheeseburger on us and enjoy their wiring shirts. I will. Damn in different circumstances I guess I am laughing a little bit of laughing like damn he really said that how many fact in the span of two minutes he he called him he called him fat called him fat called him old hey man waddle on over here and then we know Andy Reid he does like Hawaiian shirts he basically called his man old fat and said he can't move like what what else we getting away with that so Jarrod so my question for you would be in that instance do we look at the source and say Terry Bradshaw maybe aside from Charles Barkley makes fun of himself more than anybody else on the airwaves and there's such a respect that the old heads have Andy Reid certainly qualifies as such and I don't mean that as an insult I mean as a guy who is an historian of the game Andy Reid is he loves Terry Bradshaw he adores Terry Bradshaw so it's it's it's it's this affectionate friendship respect thing but they're but they're you know but he's he's deriding him in a very colorful playful yeah but how many how many you got how many you got to fit in there but but JR you know what you're getting when you put Terry Bradshaw up at that podium though yeah that's why he's there I'm not complaining right I'm just saying damn how many how many fat old jokes you're gonna fit in there but you even you but you laughed you found it funny and you heard it before oh yeah I found it funny because it's just like damn relax this you know what it can be funny and you can go yeah you can love him and like him it ain't all that funny when this man is probably his doctor sits down and tells him you need to relax that ain't funny yeah that's that's true you know so I mean yeah sure he may like him and oh it's all in jest oh come on waddle on over here and and go have a cheeseburger damn and we've had Terry Bradshaw here before I like him but sometimes he's a little nutty last night was nutty now the people who have decided to start petitions to remove Terry Bradshaw for fat shaming uh you know coach Andy Reid just just chill out relax a little doing too much there matter of fact when we come back I'm gonna do the opposite of fat shame Andy Reid I'm gonna run down some of his accomplishments because Andy Reid is already one of the best coaches that we have ever seen in the NFL good bad ugly everything in between he's one of the most accomplished I'm gonna run you through those stats and you'll hear from Patrick Mahomes he thinks his head coach is damn good it's the JR Sport Brief show here with you on CBS Sports Radio 855-212 for CBS you're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio you're listening to the JR Sport Brief on CBS Sports Radio hey I was gonna say I appreciate you taking my call and I love the show and always respect your opinion call in now at 855-212-4CBS so Terry Bradshaw making fun of Andy Reid a little funny a little funny might be a little much waddle over here go have a cheeseburger whoa anyway I also find this to be a slightly funny slightly hilarious tonight the Minnesota Timberwolves defeated the Dallas Mavericks 124-121 Luka Doncic and Kyrie Irving were back on the floor again I think this would have been their second appearance and Kyrie Irving decided to score 26 points in the fourth quarter he entered into the fourth quarter with only 10 points and they still lost so he finished with 36 points Luka Doncic had 33 Christian Wood had 24 and there was not another Dallas Maverick who scored more than six points your Dallas Mavericks ladies and gentlemen they're gonna be jacking up shots and just losing poor guys well they'll win but they ain't winning nothing 855-212-4CBS that's 855-212-4CBS back to Andy Reid he's not just a cheeseburger loving Hawaiian shirt wearing waddling head coach he's gonna go down as one of the most successful head coaches in NFL history let's think about this for a minute Andy Reid is now the 14th head coach to win multiple Super Bowls he's fifth all-time in victories and he's about to pass Tom Landry give him next year he he has 247 wins Landry has has 250 and then next up you got you got Belichick, Hallis and Shuler he ain't catching them guys 22 playoff wins second most all-time well when you coach for 24 years with Philadelphia almost Philadelphia Eagles and then you're here 10 years of Kansas City and you got all these damn playoff games yeah he's second all-time in playoff wins 10 conference title games four appearances two Super Bowl victories Andy Reid is one of the best coaches that we have seen here in the NFL and then after the game Patrick Mahomes told everybody as much listen to this we had to win this one right here um I mean coach Reid did so many great things for the Eagles um and to be in this big game I mean I know he has a ton of respect for everybody he's still over there but we had to win this game for coach Reid and I wanted I want this is one of the greatest coaches of all time he needs that second Super Bowl ring to solidify that um but I'm gonna keep him around a little bit longer we're gonna go go for some more of those things yeah why not I don't I don't get why there were you know why there was really any commentary oh that Andy Reid might quit Andy Reid might leave Andy Reid might step away like this man is winning and he still has the potential to win and Andy Reid he's getting ready to turn 65 he ain't ancient continue to go out there and keep winning that was Patrick Mahomes on the NFL network and Andy Reid was just as complimentary of of Mahomes listen to this showing him love listen again he grew he grew up in a locker room he's seen the greats and he strives to be the greatest I mean without saying anything that's the way he works I mean he wants to be the greatest player ever that's that's what he wants to do and that's the way he goes about his business and he does it humbly you know I mean there's no bragging uh he could stand up here and give you these stats that are incredible that he's had but he never he's never going to do that that's just not him and so we appreciate we appreciate that and then when it's time for the guys around to raise their game he helps them with that he's one of these great the great quarterbacks make everybody around them better including the head coach yeah this is a hall of fame combination run the well until it's dry man we know Andy Reid is not gonna coach due to age well I'll be shocked he ain't gonna coach Patrick Mahomes for the rest of his career that's not gonna happen I'd be shocked if it does but man run the well until it's dry eight five five two one two four CBS David Scola from Pittsburgh. Hey JR good evening thanks for taking the call hey a couple things that I'm just fascinated with how the football season played out because I agree with everything that you're saying about Mahomes and how the narrative changed from before the AFC championship and Joe Burrow was on the rise and Allen and Buffalo and now I agree with you at the end of the day it's all about the hardware and now he's got two and the other ones are still chasing their first so moving forward I want to see what your thoughts were on how much pressure the pressure the pressure gets turned up on them and then just secondly a comment I'm chuckling listening listening to you and Shep talk about Terry Bradshaw but here's the because you never know what he is going to say and that's the entertainment side of him but the other thing you gave him his due tonight and I really respect you for that because there's a lot of shows where he doesn't get his due they'll talk about Brady and Montana and not even mention Bradshaw and for your listeners out there that are younger I invite them go on YouTube and watch the two throws he made in Super Bowl 10 to Swann and Super Bowl 14 yeah to Stallworth so no question Bradshaw had this steel curtain that when it came to the postseason hey he's every bit as deserving as Joe Montana and I'm not taking anything away from Joe I think let's slow down here just a little bit I understand your point but go ahead yeah but I was just gonna say I give you a lot of credit because you and I listen to you all the time you give Bradshaw his due and there are a lot of talk shows that don't they just gloss over like he was never there well because he wasn't he wasn't someone and I didn't see I didn't see Terry Bradshaw play but from from highlights and what I know and from speaking to him and speaking to his teammates and a lot of other things that I've learned and know yeah he was good he wasn't in the category of a Joe Montana and for what you said a lot of people don't give him his due but you can't take away from what he accomplished not at all eight five five two one two four CBS Thomas here from California you're on CBS Sports Radio hello yeah hello to you Tom what's up I just want to change a little pace on the game I want to bring up a point that I thought really changed the outcome of the game it was a third and one foot is in the second quarter was 14 7 to Adele and they got called for a what's that called a false start and we all know what happened on very next play and I think that changed the outcome of the game we might be talking a whole different story about Jaylen I don't I don't know what happened on the next play Veron me Jen he fumbled the ball and Kansas City took it to the house oh okay tied up the game well what about what about everything else what about the other 59 minutes and 30 seconds of the game it was an awesome football game I just think that that might have changed it and we might be talking about Jaylen hurt the the MVP wait wait wait wait the penalty or the turnover the penalty led to the turnover because it was at a third one back into a third and five okay well thank you different play okay Shub what do you think about that not the not the actual turnover leading to six points but the actual penalty that preceded it it's a fair point I don't know if he allocated it the way that he wanted to when he got on the call with you but that was a huge turning point an opportunity to get another seven and and ultimately they didn't and but JR what we're also not talking about honestly is the missed field goal by Harrison bucker like nobody cares right so yeah they come down to it I didn't yeah this is that's the thing people uh it's this is 60 minutes to a damn game folks 60 60 minutes to look at any one play let alone let alone oh man oh well the penalty before led to the turnover well I can think about a million other things that took place before that like them whooping that ass like Shep just said the field goal everybody wants to be caught up in the well this was a hole there's there's always something everybody always wants to look at and this should let you know what type of world we live in and it's true what have you done for me lately that's it people remember the last thing that took place go ask Joe aside from the Bengals this man's playing his ass off they remember the last thing one of his own teammates what have you done for me lately getting all emotional at the end and people getting caught up it come on now look at the big picture I try to it's the JR sport reshow here with you on CBS Sports Radio we've talked about the game we talked about Andy Reid we've talked about Jalen hurts you've heard from Jalen hurts you heard from Nick Sirianni we talked about Rihanna it's kind of crazy that we haven't talked about any of these stupid commercials I guess because they suck I'm gonna get to your calls on the other side we'll get into that here on CBS Sports Radio.
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