there are actually delusional, and I mean delusional Philadelphia Eagles fans who believe that they're gonna host the New England Patriots his weekend and walk away with a victory when the reality is it would take an absolute miracle.
A miracle, I tell you, for the Philadelphia Eagles to walk away with a victory over the Patriots this weekend.
The Patriots alone, our superior team to the Eagles when you compare their positions from quarterback to defense, is too wide.
Receivers to cornerbacks.
When you when you add it all up, there is no way in my right mind that I see the New England Patriots walking away without a victory at Lincoln Field on Sunday.
What's going on, everybody? It's your boy, Ray.
And welcome to my little show here on D P n.
Look, the Eagles are in bad, bad shape.
The only reason that this game even has in the implications for them is because the Dallas Cowboys have allowed them to stay competitive in the division.
Otherwise, they should have been out of the playoff picture.
Ah, long time ago.
Unlike the New England Patriots, who have everything to play for this weekend trying to take trying to keep control of the East.
Yeah, of the A F C.
That's just that kind of night guys trying to keep control of the A F.
The Patriots are sitting at eight and one and are trying to continue on having the best record in football.
Of course, they're tied with Sam Siskel 40 Niners.
But we all know that the Patriots a better team to the 40 Niners, but they're not playing the 40 Niners airplane Philadelphia.
And when you look at what the Eagles have to compete with on Sunday, it's really simple to see that the Patriots are the far superior team number one.
They're facing a Bilbao check team coming off a loss and coming off a bye.
The Patriots don't lose coming off of by the Patriots.
Don't lose coming off a bye after a loss.
Plain and simple Carson Wentz has not seen a defense like this Patriots defense.
He hasn't seen the likes of stuff on Gilmore Jamie Collins, Devin McCourty, Hightower Vanoy, all the boys in between in a strong strong fund front three, and Adam Butler and Lawrence Guy and Danny Shelton.
And on top of all that, the Eagles are dealing with a ton of injuries that, unfortunately, they just won't be able to overcome when the Patriots role in a town on Sunday.
Let's start with the Eagles run game.
The the only way the Eagles had an opportunity of beating the Patriots on beating the pages this week was to just run the ball down their throat.
I talked about it yesterday.
The Eagles have a pretty decent defensive line or offensive line.
They have a pretty decent chance of running the ball on the Patriots.
Ah, a part of the Patriots defense that has been exposed a couple of times.
We saw it against Buffalo.
We saw it against Cleveland, and we also saw it against Baltimore.
But unfortunately for them as well, no.
Sproles has been out since October, so he's done so.
They had a couple of running backs that could possibly do something, but now they're running back.
Jordan Howard has still not been cleared for contact since taking a Stinger against Chicago, and he is now doubtful for the game on Sunday.
So the whole you know, the whole let's run the ball down the Patriots throw ball that goes out the window now.
So one of the one of the Eagles think the Eagles think they're gonna They're gonna beat the Patriots in the air.
They're gonna beat the second area.
The Patriots will just throw the ball.
Well, their two best receivers are to Sean Jackson and Al Shaun. Geoffrey.
Sean Jackson's already been ruled out for the year, and now Jeffrey has been ruled out for Sunday's game and that.
Really, in my mind, I don't care what names you throw at me.
I don't care who you believe The Eagles have.
The exact Earth's.
That's all Carson went is gonna have.
He's gonna have a beat up running back.
He's gonna have useless receivers.
That's who we need to be worried about.
Nelson Agler, Jordan Matthews.
Are we supposed to be concerned about White Side? I don't think so.
That doesn't worry me.
The only person that we need to worry about now on that are the Patriots need to worry about on that Phillie offense is Zach Ertz, maybe douse Goldar.
But now the game plan gets that much easier.
Miles Sanders is the only running back to Camille attorney in Boston.
Scott's gonna help.
Yeah, they are in a ton of trouble in the top.
All of that off the Swiss cheese secondary that the Patriots are going to be up against.
Tom Brady is gonna have a field day.
Mohammed Sunu is going to go in there and show what an additional two weeks with Tom Brady can do.
Julian Edelman will be set up for a game.
I would not be surprised to see Philip Door set.
Torch them deep.
This could probably be the perfect game to bring in a new keel Harry type of, you know, debut and let him win some jump balls.
Even with the Patriots suspect of an offensive line, the Patriots have every opportunity to just torch Philadelphia.
You look up and down this roster, you look all over it.
I see no chance.
I see no way that Philadelphia makes this game close.
I mean, I thought it was crazy when Patriot fans saying 34 to 10 I said against Philly, they still have Carson Wentz is still Jeffries.
They still have you know they don't.
And you know what? My boy Tyson over a masterwork set it right.
Philly fans could be nauseated at times.
It was a couple that are okay, but they could be nauseated.
Yeah, they want a Super Bowl.
Yeah, they beat the Patriots.
Who cares when you compare them to Giants fans? I would take a Giants fan any day of the week over Philadelphia Eagles fan, and I'm gonna love nothing more than the Patriots walking into what could possibly be the most hostile environment in the NFL.
You're talking about a fan base that threw batteries at Santa Claus, and I love nothing more than the Patriots walking in and embarrassing them Barris in them.
It is what it is, what's going on.
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I obviously want to talk about the Myles Garrett situation.
I want to talk about the Steelers season being finished.
I want to talk about the Patriots attending, calling Kaepernick's workout tomorrow.
Antonio Brown was interviewed by the NFL for eight hours yesterday and let's talk a little bit about our bodies in the East.
The New York Jets and how Adam Gates has just absolutely lost the locker room.
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I will try to answer all the questions at the end late here on this Friday night in Toronto.
And unlike people thinking, because I'm a teacher is cold.
I don't have the heat cranked here in the ba*****t, in the office and I was able to wear a T shirt today.
But let's talk about this whole Myles Garrett situation, and it really it breaks down into three different categories.
When you really break it down, you have the actual incident of what happened on the field.
You have the results because of a Browns culture, and you have the blowback and the reaction to it, and we're gonna cover it.
All right now, let's first talk about the incident before I go anywhere.
I'm hitting anybody with an object on the football field.
Anybody with an object in general is egregious, and Myles Garrett deserves to be suspended.
He deserves to be punished.
It was unnecessary.
There is nothing that can happen on a field that should warrant physically assaulting somebody with a weapon.
With all of that being said, can we not ignore the fact that Mason Rudolph was the instigator? That when Myles Garrett was being restrained and held and pushed away by two offensive lineman that you had no reason to get up with no helmet on and getting his grill not condoning? Well, Miles Garrett did.
But I'm sick of people who are defending Mason Rudolph because he got hit in the head with a helmet when he had a lot to do with why it happened.
And you may not want to hear that.
You may not want to accept that.
He had a lot to do with it, but he'd pid have a lot to do with it.
That's why the NFL find him $27,000.
I think it's ridiculous that Myles Garrett was suspended indefinitely.
It should have been a six game suspension.
That's more than 1/4 of the season.
Still shots of him kicking Myles Garrett in the nuts.
I'll tell you what.
If you kick me in the midsection like that, I would I would have a similar response And people in a coma was self defense.
It wasn't self defense.
He was on the ground.
You would never see Tom Brady engaging in a linebacker like that.
You never see Patrick Mahomes.
You would never see Aaron Rodgers engaging with a player like that.
You wouldn't see him kicking out a player.
You don't see discipline teams with discipline.
Quarterbacks go if you look.
Oh, imagine if that happened to Tom Brady, what they would do.
Imagine, because you know what? Guys like Tom Brady and in Mahomes and Roger's Lamar Jackson.
You know what, guys? They sell tickets.
They sell jerseys.
Mason Rudolph is a pretty boy who backs up Ben Roethlisberger, and he may be the starting quarterback of the Pittsburgh Steelers right now.
But in a short few months, Mr Riel is gonna be a backup quarterback again.
And he had a lot to do with the incident.
A lot to do with the incident.
And what I saw was was a guy who wanted nothing to do with Myles Garrett.
He act like a little punk until Garrett was being held by two big offensive linemen.
Then he became a tough guy.
And you know what? He got Bond for it.
Let me tell you this.
Before I even get in to anything, the reaction was ridiculous.
The reaction on Twitter, the people pretending to be mad, the fake outrage just like this fake cancel culture that we have where somebody gets upset.
So we all pretend to be upset, too.
Acting like this was the worst thing that we'd ever seen in a sporting event like Todd Bertuzzi didn't break somebody's neck like Marty McSorley didn't hit somebody in the head with a hockey stick like Rocket Rashard back in like the fifties, wax somebody in the head with a hockey stick or were acting like we've never seen something like this before.
In a culture where the UFC and mmm, where they beat the hell out of each other is accepted in a culture where you go on YouTube and put in dirtiest, cheap shots in the NFL has three million views in a 1,000,000 likes sucker punch compilations with 5000 likes in a 1,000,000 views.
Stop the fake rage.
I did not start my day wanting to defend Myles Garrett, and yet I watched the fake hypocritical rage and it got me fired up and I tweeted something out today, and I meant it when I said it, I said, The double standard in football fans is laughable.
I didn't see Patriots fans outraged when Rob Gronkowski jumped in the air and put his elbow into the back of the neck of a player line face first on the ground defensively because he was being held.
I even had somebody defend Gronk today, said he was being held the whole game.
He was frustrated.
What did? Did Mason Rudolph think that Miles Garrett wanted to talk when he walked up to talk to him? Did he think that they wanted to have a conversation? Myles Garrett isn't some thought.
G isn't some cheap shot artist, and I know that people are gonna go back.
We'll look at this 15 yard penalty.
Look at the 15 yard.
You can pull that crap up, but the Miles Gary doesn't have a reputation of being a player like this.
Heat of the moment stuff happens when it happens to players on your team. It's okay.
The game was over.
He had no reason to Dr Mason.
Rudolph into the ground, mildly annoyed, did it to the to the eagle or to the Dolphins when they're blowing them out.
Three Rosen into the ground.
What was like 37? Nothing.
Nobody had a problem with that.
I had no problem with Myles Garrett taking him out.
Yeah, that I have a problem.
Hit him in the head of the helmet.
Absolutely, I did.
Did I have a problem with three Cleveland Brown players, three being tossed out of the game.
Of course I did.
I had a big problem, a lot of stuff because you don't see things like this with real teams and real coaches.
Could you imagine a Patriots player doing something in this manner? Would they have waited till the NFL suspended him for what he had been suspended before? Even got on the team plane? It all comes down to that Cleveland culture.
Freddie Kitchens has zero control of that team, and things like this happen because he has zero control of that team.
He hasn't been able to control Baker Mayfield.
He lets Baker run his mouth.
If bigger opened, it smelled like this in New England, Bill Belichick would have made it clear he's the focus on being a football player and not running his mouth.
You have Odell Beckham Jr and Jarvis Landry, who are being wasted, Frankly, a baker.
Mayfield is being wasted because he doesn't have a coach who can honor him.
He doesn't have a coach.
You kin, hone in on that talent.
Control the attitude, control the emotions, control the narrative.
Myles Garrett was probably their best player.
No, I'm not blaming Freddie Kitchens for Myles Garrett hitting somebody in the head with a helmet.
But I blame Freddie Kitchens that he's allowed a poisonous culture to enter that locker room.
I don't even mention Nick Chubb, who's probably, in my opinion, the second best running back in the league.
I don't think he gets enough love for how good he really is.
Imagine having an Andy Reid or a Bill Belichick on that team or Tom Coughlin what they could do with that Cleveland team.
Mason Rudolph, from a fan perspective from a Twitter perspective, got way too much of a pass today, and how he was actually the instigator got too much of a pass.
He's not as innocent as his little baby face makes him look.
He got suspended for three games, Steelers fans or ****ed my best friend in the entire world.
I love him like a brother.
I hugged him when I see him, I would take a bullet for this man, but he text me that.
What's pounds? You get suspended for, like you kicked the guy in the head twice.
You can't kick somebody when they're down.
Why is that not a story? Why are people mad.
The Mason Rudolph is got fined.
Of course, it should be finding instigated the whole thing.
He kicked up at Myles Garrett.
And that doesn't excuse me.
I'll get the whole situation was ridiculous because Mike Tomlin has never been able to control the Pittsburgh Steelers.
And Freddie Kitchens is the worst coach in the NFL.
Who's wasting great? A talent has allowed a poisonous, poisonous, poisonous culture into their dressing room.
And what I'm the most fired up about is all the fake rage on Twitter today.
People who couldn't care less people who just because they had a Twitter, can't feel the need to give an opinion.
That's the culture we live in today.
The cancel culture.
I had a long conversation with somebody on Twitter yesterday, a helpful, good, healthy dialogue about racism in our country, about sports culture in our country.
Before people got upset at us for no reason whatsoever because we both didn't take a side, and it was a white Caucasian male, myself and a black female having the conversation, and it was a healthy dialogue.
We weren't agreeing with everything with each other.
We're on the same page for a lot We've outraged here because first we had outraged because Don Cherry offended people.
And then we had outraged because he got fired.
And then some reporter on some show in Canada said something about hockey Just because you have a platform.
If you don't have anything constructive to add to the dialogue, don't get involved if you have a good opinion, even if it's different than mine, even if it's different than everybody think, Give it.
But don't just the need to be involved in the in the rage.
We don't create dialogue anymore in anything.
In sports, in life, in news and politics, we don't create dialogue.
We create hashtags hashtag Myles Garrett hash Take suspend.
Myles Garrett hashtag boycott NFL hashtag boycott Kaepernick The reaction was ridiculous, and I know there's people who are listening to this right now.
I'm waiting for the okay, boomer, to be all of my comments section.
I'm a millennial.
But if you want to see okay, Boomer, go ahead.
I'm not against social media are not against free speech.
I execute my free speech on a daily basis on YouTube on SportsCastr Twitter instagram Facebook.
If there's anybody that talks it's me.
But but this cancel culture, this fake rage culture and everything that happens.
This culture, where Myles Garrett can hit Mason Rudolph in the head with a helmet and people start debating Tom Brady is ridiculous.
Absolutely, positively ridiculous.
This is a sports show.
I don't want to come on here and talk about culture and cancel this in hashtag that.
But that's the reality that we live in today, and it's frustrating.
It's frustrating to me because I see people who I know aren't really upset.
People who really don't care.
You're talking about Tom Brady on a day that it had nothing to do with you.
The only thing that the New England Patriots even had related to the Cleveland Browns and the Pittsburgh Steelers is that they beat both those teams this year, and they didn't have to use helmets.
They didn't have to kick.
They did it the right way and blew them both out.
If you're not really upset, don't pretend you are.
I'm starting to see through.
I usedto you know, I used to think we're living in a sensitive world now.
Everybody gets offended too much.
Look at guys like Tyson, a master of Workers Channel, has been shut down so many times because people flag it, flagging his channel, flag it down, get rid of it.
Then I realized people aren't actually sensitive people.
Just it's cool to be mad today.
It's cool toe protest.
It's cool to start a hash tag, and that's what we saw with Myles Garrett situation today.
We saw thousands of people who couldn't care less about the situation.
Thousands of people who in private with their friends, probably went, Oh my God, did you see what happened at the end of the game? Jump on Twitter with fake name fake avatars, don't show their face and rant and rave about something they really don't care about.
Because if you're a Steelers fan today, I wouldn't be caring about Mesa Rudolph get a little bonk on the head.
I'd be worried about my season now being over after dropping to five and five in losing to a team you probably should have beat if I'm a stealer.
I'm probably upset because now I need the Colts and the Raiders to lose just to give me a chance to fight for a playoff spot because the Bills basically got the wild card wrapped up.
And when did you ever think we'd say that the Buffalo Bills on Week 11 basically have the wild card wrapped up? And now I think it sze a two way race net.
Someone between the Colts and the Raiders the Steelers lost last night knocked him out of contention.
They lose almost every tie breaker under the sun.
Get swinging helmets.
Not gonna help you there.
Mike Tomlin, who I just credited this week, is probably the coach of the year.
Had an awful game last night.
Rudolph is not the future of the Pittsburgh Steelers, and you got two teams with two bad cultures.
That's where we went.
I don't even know how to transition to this.
So we'll just get into a but tomorrow call And Kaepernick has his public workout run by the NFL, and 11 teams have confirmed that they're going to attend.
And one of those teams are the New England Patriots.
And I'm getting a lot of questions from Patriot fans of whether or not I believe the Patriots will sign Colin Colin Kaepernick.
There's a lot of debate about whether the Patriots will sign call incompetent.
I have decided, basically to stay out of the debate till now because I did not want to get suckered into an argument and get people upset when really I don't care one way or the other.
I don't care if they sign cap.
I don't care if they don't sign cap.
It is what it is.
Colin Kaepernick play for a team? Probably. Do.
I think he will know.
32 NFL teams have had years to sign him.
They don't need a workout on Saturday, just a publicity stunt run by the NFL.
But if the Patriots were to sign Colin Kaepernick, how would help the team? Not on the field.
And people think that, you know, if I said Yeah, let's sign calling, confident that we will raise not our future and he's not gonna take Brady.
Stop that. No, no, it's not what he's there for.
He's not even there to be the primary backup.
You know what he's there for? For practice.
In two weeks, the Patriots got to go off and they got a face to Houston Texans Shawn Watson can run the ball almost as good as Lemar Jackson.
You can escape the pocket.
He could create plays, and we also a Baltimore did to the Patriots or haven't calling Kaepernick mimic that? Or if the Patriots did have to face Baltimore again, which would probably be the NFC championship game the next time they play.
Wouldn't be nice to have a guy like Kaepernick running around a big, strong, tall player that the defense can practice chasing.
They can start looking at some of these gim**** plays of Baltimore pulls out.
That's what he would be used for.
You wouldn't be coming out to be, ah, top guy on the Patriots, so let's all chill about that.
I don't even really want to talk about it.
It's just I've been asked many times about it.
I figured I had to address it at some point.
Antonio Brown is still trying to make his bid to come back and return to the NFL this season.
This is probably almost about it.
We don't know if he's gonna be suspended if you signed to the team he met with the NFL on Wednesday and apparently the interview or Thursday.
I apologize and the interview lasted for eight hours, and the story of Green today is the NFL still wants to meet with him again, to keep exploring everything else.
So I think that now we can officially say that we will not see Antonio Brown in an NFL uniform this season.
I'm still not going to make a new assumption, a decision and accusation, anything one way or the other.
Against Antonio Brown, I said I learned a very valuable lesson in the Tyree kill situation.
I learned that you have to let the process play out in front of you.
As of right now, he is innocent until proven guilty and he is guilty until proven innocent.
And because of that, I just stay neutral on it because I will not shame the accuser because if she is telling the truth, then I would have been shaming a victim.
I will not shame Antonio Brown because if he's not guilty, then I was shaming somebody who's not guilty on.
I wish everybody would take that stance.
I wish people would stop putting a label on him.
I wish people would stop making him guilty before we know he's guilty.
Let the court system, and I know he's not being charged criminally.
I know he's being sued, but let the courts and the due process work out before we cast our judgment.
That's all I'm saying.
That's all I'm saying, Guys, we just need to chill out.
Just let it happen, all right? Finally, I'm spending a lot of time today talking about poor bad cultures in the NFL, and one of those is in New York Jets.
First of all, the moment the Jets announced that they were signing, Adam gazes there. Had Coach.
I came on, I came on when on YouTube.
I wasn't on SportsCastr and I went on YouTube, and I said, It's a mistake.
What are the New York Jets thinking? Adam Gaze was a guy who had an underachieving Miami Dolphins team.
Adam Gates was a guy who completely and utterly screwed up a good situation.
He and they thought they were gonna bring him to New York with Sam Darnold and all these players, and they were going to try to do something.
And he was walking around the whole offseason talking about how it's their year to overtake the Patriot.
It's all about beating the Patriots, and they've lost to them twice, once within once without Sam Donald. So there's no excuses.
And that was coming off a victory for the Jets after they just beat the Cowboys and an impressive game the week before.
And Sam Darnold was embarrassed and was seeing Ghost against the Patriots defense.
Adam Gaze has schemed Lady on Belle out of being productive.
Put away from all the on field stuff.
Look how poor the New York Jets have publicly treated their players.
This is all stems from a Quincy.
Ah, a new memoir, Quincy Monitor. More. There we go.
Who took to Twitter? And he's hurt.
We know he's hurt.
I think he's done for the year.
He showed a picture that he was fined $27,000 $27,000 from missing treatment.
And it just continues to show us that the culture and the way the Jets treat their players is disgusting.
After all that public stuff.
Commendable Jamal on Adams at the trade deadline.
You know, after they after the GM looked Adams in the eye and and the coach and gaze looked him in the eye and said, We're not going to trade you.
They start taking calls.
They tried to trade lave Yon Bell like it's his fault and not Adam Gaze is that the Jets aren't performing.
And then you had the Colucci um oh so Mellie incident, where two doctors outside of the New York Jets corrupt medical team said he needs surgery.
He's too injured to play The New York Jets.
Find him for missing a refusing to play, find him for refusing the play.
That's such an Adam Gates move.
Let me reach you.
What a new more wrote, though he wrote.
I'm normally chill on putting issues on Twitter, but this doesn't sit right with me.
Given everything that's going around the team, I thought that this could have been handled so many different ways.
I've spent my time with the team trying to build myself up to be dependable and hardworking.
So this **** hurts and he's got a picture TV.
That's a picture of a television that says Player finds Quincy Anouma $27,000.
900 for mistreatment.
I miss those two days because I took my veteran wife out for Veterans Day lunch because I had to handle a new emergency in my house.
I led to know the team Know this after the fact.
And yes, I should have told them beforehand.
But I feel like this is excessive.
I'm on the eye, are trying to get back to plain.
So I never thought that they'd be worried about me missing.
But obviously I was wrong.
The biggest reason it hurts is that I'm on the I r for my second time in my career.
And the doctor told me I have a 50 50 chance of coming back to play.
I shouldn't even have to be in the building being reminded every day of what I can't do.
This **** feels like a punishment already.
And then they find me the max and they want me to continue to do my rehab there.
And if I get healthy, they want me them tow, they want, they want me to then play for them after I'm not writing this for sympathy and never wanted to even say anything.
But when multiple teammates are coming to me saying that's left up, I don't care to sit on it anymore.
And of course, right.
You know, stop being a whiny cry baby and show up and play or quit.
It's not that difficult.
All right there.
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Yeah, because we all know what it's like to play in the NFL, right? We all know what it's like.
We all know, right? They did nothing wrong with with Koichi, right? They did nothing wrong when doctors were saying he shouldn't play, but they find him and then released him.
No, no, Adam Gates.
Adam Gaze has built a toxic toxic culture.
That's why, as Patriot fans, some days I think we take for granted.
Every thing we have in New England and I might be repeating myself from earlier this week.
And if I am, I apologize.
But I think we take for granted all the time what we have in Bill Belichick and Tom Brady, and just the rest of the locker room and the medical staff that the Patriots have and how we have a class.
The owner like Robert Kraft, who insurers because the culture comes from the top down.
And to me, it's just amazing that when I see teams like Cleveland in their disaster.
I see teams like the Steelers.
I see teams like Philadelphia.
I see teams like the New York Jets, the Seattle Seahawks.
I know Pete Carroll's running around talking about how it's really fun to play for him.
Home. The Legion of Boom didn't want to play for you.
Earl Thomas, Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett.
We're so lucky, so lucky.
Have the Patriots culture tohave the coach tohave The GM and tow have the players that we have that we could to cheer for because outsiders can say whatever they want about the New England Patriots.
I am so proud of being a Patriots fan away from just our championships.
I love how we conduct ourselves.
I love that nobody is bigger than the dressing room.
Tom Brady is just a guy in the dressing room.
No preferential treatment, no special treatment.
Tom Brady is a player just like everybody else.
That's why the New England Patriots win championships.
What were the proudest of is what allows us to enjoy the championships, and that's all I have to say about everything I had to talk about tonight.
Guys, thank you so much for listening to my rants.
If you have any questions, now is the time to ask the questions.
If you don't, then I will say good bye.
I'll give you, Ah, 15 seconds to put a question on the board if I don't see a question that I'll give you my signature sign off here.
So for the next 15 seconds, I'm just gonna waste a lot of time talking about a whole bunch of stop.
If you have a question, you can't take the question fast.
It just right like a ray.
I have a question and I will say, OK, great.
And I will wait for you to write your question.
If you don't have a question, we could just go. All right.
Randall's got when Joe's got one.
So many guys. I just need to know they're coming.
I just need to know that they're coming and we're good to go.
So we'll just give you guys a minute when you type them out here.
I guess what we're doing that Thank you so much.
Would you sign Myles Garrett tomorrow? I would sign up tomorrow.
Rhino number one.
He's a great player number two.
What we saw it last night was not the typical behavior of Miles Garrett.
He's an intellect.
I think he would fit in the Patriotslocker room beautifully.
He's not really out spoken.
He took full accountability right after the game.
He took Maur accountability for what he did.
Then Rob Gronkowski did after he dropped the elbow and Buffalo.
And I'm not knocking Gronk.
I'm not knocking, Rach.
I'm just using it as an example.
I think you took accountability last night with the media.
Immediately, he said it was foolish.
He let his emotions get to him again.
I think a part of this has to.
The blame has to be put on Freddie Kitchens, as I said, and yeah, I would take him tomorrow.
Thanks for the question, Joe.
What's more likely, the Chargers breaking their late season push streak or Buffalo Streak of falling apart? Ah, the second part of the year.
I think it's the Chargers, Um, not doing their push fantasies and I think Buffalos for Riel.
I don't think they're Super Bowl contender, but I definitely think there a playoff team.
Um and I think that you're going to see some games like we saw last week for Buffalo.
But I think for the most part, they're a pretty decent team.
I think that they're not gonna fall apart.
They'll do enough to make the playoffs has given themselves a cushion.
And I think having that cushion is gonna put less pressure on them.
And when you have less pressure on yourself than you're able just to go out and do what you need to do Um, As for the charges, I don't think they're very good at all.
Um, Philip Rivers looks like he is in total decline.
Um, wasting talent that they have on that team in Melvin Ingram and, um, and Alan and just Yeah, I don't see it happening.
Uh, when I was watching that game against the Raiders there a couple weeks ago and he was marching in on Philip Rivers trying to march down the field and and you got 45 seconds left, three timeouts.
You're launching the ball 40 yards me and you came and hit the ball 5678 yards.
Use your time outs and go.
Ah, it just doesn't make sense to me.
So yeah, Um that. That's my pick.
Uh, thanks your question, Joel.
Right? I want to know who's better.
The watts of the bow says, Oh, wow.
Huh? That's good.
I think right now, you'd have to pick the Bosa's just because I'll both of them are plain.
They're both probably the best players on both of their teams.
Ah, but but TJ and C.
J and J J and everybody who comes with ah, here an acronym that Watts.
I mean, they're beast to, you know, unfortunate for J J.
Like he's gonna be a lot like a Rob Gronkowski where it's really gonna be a what I could have.
You know, how could it have been? What could it have been if you could estate help his whole career? Um, you know, So that's always sort of unfortunate.
Um, but no, I You know, I think you gotta hand it to the boats is right now, but they're both great families.
And you know what? Like as people and dudes, they're all they all seem to be pretty good dudes too, So Ah, yeah, And I agreed to you, Ryan, All that, um yeah, Jay Jay's best days are probably behind him.
I still love J. J.
Um, one of my favorite players of all time and football.
I love his attitude.
I love the way he plays.
I love his intensity.
I love him off the field.
This, you know, if you go on YouTube and put in J.
Watt, make a wish, you kind of really just see who who J.
I want to show you guys something, though.
So I was out here in Toronto.
We have what's called the Toronto Caryn Expo show and that some of you know, I'm a sports memorabilia collector and I want what I got today.
One of my top five Patriots of all times.
Look at that Teddy Bruschi, the other 54 launching in the air, living in reading a brewski.
Launch it in the air, ready to make a tackle.
And I have a Terrell Owens in the Philadelphia Eagles.
Figure on on my thing and I want to set it up that it's brewski going in tackling Owens.
Anyways, I just don't enjoy that, Um, Joe, how long will Garrett coach the Cowboys? That is so tough, because if they falter and say, Don't make the playoffs. It's here.
It's a first round knockout.
He should be done this year.
But Jerry Jones loves him, and Jerry Jones makes irrational decisions when he likes people.
Um, so I could see him lasting a lot longer than he really should.
I don't but I don't look, I probably don't watch enough cowboy games to make this assessment, but when I watch the games, I don't blame Jason Garrett for a lot of things, and I'm hard on coaches.
I mean, you guys, here we go.
I've been hard on Andy Reid.
I've been hard on Adam gays.
I've been hard on, um, Freddie Kitchens on.
I believe when coaches or bad coaches deserve, you know, to be t **** on.
When they're good, they deserve to be praised.
Um, you know little about checks that a perfect a good coach will not win you a game.
A good coach won't lose you a game.
To me, it's been a lot of poor execution, you know, it's been a lot of poor execution.
Bye, The Cowboys.
I mean, Ezekiel Elliott seeks my boy.
I'm in Ohio State Guy.
That's why I wish nothing for the bass physique and Dwayne Haskins and all those boys.
Zika is not a good year this year, and he said it.
He said that he has not a good year this year.
So I need to Seymour at a Zeke.
I need to Seymour at a DAC.
I need to see more than Jason Witten.
You know, losing Cole Beasley was a huge piece this year.
So again, I could be wrong.
How long will he coach the Cowboys for, though, because of his relationship with Jerry Jones? I don't know who's your favorite defender.
Thank you for the question.
Joe Randall asked, Who's your favorite defender from the original dynasty? I got you, brah.
Brew? Uh, my favorite is Willie McGinnis.
I'm a huge, huge Willie McGinnis fan.
Um, he's probably my second favorite player of all time, obviously my favorite being, you know, Boom Tower love Dont'a Hightower The way he plays.
Ah, but there was a lot of guys I liked Richard Seymour.
I like Teddy brewski.
Vince Will fork was actually, you know, at the tail end of that first dynasty and into the 2nd 1 Um, I like Vrabel.
I I like the lot of them.
I mean, Rodney Harrison, I being a defense guy and being the guy that loves defense, like I just love that team.
I mean, you can't not look at Lawyer Malloy and what he was able to do with the team before Rodney Harrison came in.
Um, even when they brought in a Junior Seo in 2007 and I wish we could have got sale will ring.
There's a lot of boys, but I probably have seen McGuinness if I had to make, like, a list that go.
Teddy Rodney, Lawyer Rabel.
Ah, yeah, probably.
Bruce was a good guy, man.
Thanks for the question, Joe.
A jersey you don't have that you want.
It's funny because I'm looking at purchasing another jersey, and I have I'm stuck in between some I don't know if I want to go throw back or if I want to go.
Ah, definitely want a red one.
I want to read throwback, but I'm not sure what name I want to get on it.
I'm between a bunch, but I honestly, I think that my next Jersey has to be number 32.
It has to be our boy D Mac.
Um, gotta show some respect in some love for what he's done for this team and these championships and all through these years.
And Ah, yeah, You know what? The Royal Blues Rhino aren't easy And Canada either.
Man, it's ah, they're not easy to get here either. It's brutal.
All right, guys.
And with that being said, I think I'm gonna call it a night.
That's been 15 minutes.
That's 15 minutes long enough.
I'm tired, Exhausted.
My day literally just ended an hour ago.
And then it started again with this and I think I'm just tired.
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