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Basically, I just ran an entire string talking about this football game and talking about Dallas future and Chicago's future and Mitchell Tre Briski and the playoffs and everything else.
And I had absolutely no sound.
So everybody sitting here watching I want to redo this video.
That way everybody knows what I'm actually saying.
And you don't have to be a lip reader to understand what I was saying.
Because those cost a lot of money don't hire uh so basically, I got to watch 3/4 of the gang.
I had to run into work, work for an hour or so and then come back.
I was not surprised that Dallas was able to score all those points in the fourth quarter because as I was leaving, I was like, You know what? Dallas is gonna hurt.
Uh, the Bears defense is gonna let up Kyle L.
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Um, I knew that they were gonna let up because they have such a big lead.
They didn't want to give up a lot of yardage and a lot of scores real fast, or they were just gonna give up underneath stuff, just like most teams do.
Protect the lead.
And they did that.
Bears are a very, very good team when it comes to defense.
And they showed it this game the 1st 3/4 they were locked down.
Now Cab would help themselves out with a lot of dropped passes and bad decisions. My dad.
But, you know, the Bears defense locked seat down.
They pretty much locked him down.
Yes, he had that one run, but that one run was darn near.
Had his yardage, right.
He had 19 carries for 81 yards, two touchdowns.
But he had, like, 30 yards on one Carrie.
So I mean, he would have been 18 yards for 50 Have been, like, three yards a carry, if that so.
I mean, you still gotta count that that one, Carrie, because he didn't do it, but that most of his completions and yardage like over what 100 or so almost 100 50 yards were probably in the fourth quarter.
So, like, half his yardage was in the fourth quarter from that first Dr all the way up until the work order, they were nowhere to be found.
The bears defense clamped down and they played very, very good defense.
People want to say, Well, the cowboys just look off.
Bears did a good job, too.
I mean, you can't take it away.
I think they were pressuring that most of the game they were locked in the run game down most of the game.
This is a Dallas symbol.
This is a Dallas offensive line that's supposed to be able to protect the quarterback and open big lanes for their their superstar running back.
But, man, when you go up against a solid defense and, quite frankly, this defensive coordinator for the Bears, I kind of know him a little bit.
Chuck Pagano used to be the head coach for the Colts.
I don't think he's that great of a head coach, but he knows his defense very well, right? And he's got talent to work with because, you know, they went out.
They grab guys, you know, to give him talent.
He knows how that he knows.
Out of work with talent.
So I wanna talk a little bit about the guy that's just sitting behind me, Mr Boesky.
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But I said Week one and people have been down in Mitch all season, and I said Week one.
Mitch is not a Peyton Manning or Tom Brady.
He's one of those guys that he can't make plays before the snap, right? He he's not that kind of guy where you got where you could put a whole bunch of stuff on him before snap.
You gotta let him play backyard football.
You gotta let him use reaction.
It showed in the fourth quarter against Green Bay in Week one when they just went no huddle, let him go out, play backyard football and he started playing well.
People like all Green based defense just let up because they, you know, no, they didn't let up.
The game was really, really close, you know, it was a field goal game.
Every time that Maggie has allowed Mr Boesky to just play backyard football and use his instincts to make plays, let's just usually play pretty good, right? He plays pretty decent.
He, uh, he'll hold noticed what defense's are playing man coverage and their backs are turned and there wasn't a linebacker that's that's focused in on him.
You'll take off and run that ball at their playing zone.
He'll pick his own apart.
You know, he uses the run game enough, Uh, when he's on fire.
He uses the run game so that they don't, uh, send too many blitzes against him.
This Bears offense has the talent, and they just let him.
If they just let Mitch Travis Key play loose and free, that's the best way to describe it.
I think Travis Kikkan do well with this.
This this bearsoffense people down him a lot, but I've been saying it all year.
You can't put too much on his shoulder if you can't make him make too many decisions really quick.
He's not an R P.
Oh, yes, he could run the football, but he's not an R p.
A quarterback that's forcing him to make all these extra decisions with the ball in his hand as he's going biking span.
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Can't You can't force him to make a whole bunch of decisions all at once.
You just gotta let him play free and let him use his instincts.
Let him just go out and make plays like backyard football.
That's when he's at his best.
Uh, yeah, you could gain plan with him, you know, kind of, uh, work with him.
Say, hey, you should be looking for this kind of stuff against these kind of players in these kind of defense, you know, that kind of thing.
But you cannot sit there and say, OK, so you've got to be this this, this, this and this before the snap and then this This, this, this, this on this our p o play.
Mitch, is that that guy that you're putting too much on his shoulders? You gotta let him just play football.
And when you do that, he seems to respond very well.
However, he's gotta have place from the rest of his team as well, right in this game.
Oh, Alex, we'll see what you say here.
Definitely played with a lot more visible confidence.
Second half especially look comfortable when he was checking plays at the line.
And a lot of that, Like I say, you know, he doesn't when he's not happening.
Being forced to do r p O's and things of that.
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Um, yeah, he plays with a lot of confidence.
If you don't put too much on his shoulders, just let him make just let him play, you know, without forcing himto look for things when he's running an r p o system.
He's gotta make all kind of he's got it.
He's got to read the defense before the snap.
He's got a look, see where any pressure might be coming from then when the balls like he's got the ball in his hand, He's got to see whether or not, you know, the run lane for their for the running back, is there whether or not anyone that's going on routes and then whether or not he could tuck it take off within himself too much on his plate you got Take that stuff away from him.
Just let him play free and loose.
When you do that he starts toe make plays.
And when you start to make plays, then you gain that confidence in what you have that confidence, then you continue to play even better, and that rubs off.
When your quarterback starts gaining confidence and you're making plays and having fun.
That rubs up on the rest of the team.
And the rest of the team starts playing better, too, right? The complete flip opposite, in my opinion, has happened with the Dallas Cowboys, and it's not the quarterback.
It's not the running back.
It's not wide receivers.
It's not the defense that is taking the confidence away from this team.
I don't think it's Jason Garrett.
I think it's Jerry Jones.
I think Jerry Jones is putting way too much pressure on his team every time he sees media.
He runs out there and just starts fan blowing like crazy for 30 40 minutes at a time.
And every time he opens his mouth and says, You know our team is better than our record or uh, the head coach is better than what you think and we should be winning games and he should be running for 200 yards a game and that Prescott is the man you can't do that to.
Your Some players will take that and run with it, and it forces them to be better.
But other players, You dropped pressure like that where coaches you dropped pressure like that on their shoulders and they crumble.
He's got to quit being a fan boy and be a owner, right? That's that's my opinion.
I love the fact that he loves his team.
Okay, and you need.
You need to love your team when you own the team, especially, you know, But you can't indirectly putting pressure on your team because of things you say to the media is not a very smart move by an owner, and he needs to rein that back a little bit.
I think that would help this team.
He needs to rein that back, let them play, let them do their practice, take the pressure off of them a little bit if they could get a couple wins heading into the postseason because quite frankly, it's them of the Eagles in the NFC East.
Looks like absolute garbage can of Ah, they looked like the old F c South.
Yeah, I mean, you're Jones is pretty much he's He's hands on with the whole stinking team, right? He every every little aspect of the team, Jerry gentlemen, is part of it.
Um, so, yeah, I mean, again putting pressure on this team last year for the playoffs.
As you say, you know, inability to get things done.
Last year after that massive loss to the Colts, when they dropped a goose egg against the Indianapolis Colts, he started talking.
They started winning games again.
And then he bought the mop to the point where there was dropping at pressure on there.
And then when they played another really good team in the playoffs, they folded badly.
Jerry just needs to rein back what he does.
I think he's great at getting talent.
I mean, this Dallas Cowboys team is absolutely amazing across the board, talent wise.
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So e, I think he's really good at finding personnel, but he's not real good at motivating.
Okay, I don't think he's really good at motivating players because certain players are motivated by what he says it does, and other players fold in that type of situation.
So I think he needs to say a lot of his stuff to the team behind the scenes, not in front of the media, and leave a lot of the stuff that he says to the media out.
There is no reason that he should be talking to the media for 30 40 minutes after each game.
No reason, say say what you need to say, but 30 40 minutes.
That's when you start saying things you shouldn't be saying right.
That's when your fan boy starts to come out and you start talking about stuff that is your gut feelings and things of that nature and you end up hurting your team. Sometimes.
Doing that and as an owner, is your responsibility not to do that to your team, because that becomes the only person you could point out of yourself.
That's just my opinion on it, though.
I like Jerry Jones is a person.
I like Jerry Jones a cz as a as a talent person.
You know, going out and getting people want to play for Jerry people want to come to the Cowboys and play for them.
He's gotta learn how to deal with media, and he's gotta learn howto motivate his team in certain situations.
That's my opinion.
But looking in the playoffs right now, I'm looking at this playoff picture.
The Cowboys are the only team that has a losing record that are in the playoffs of the four seed because they lead the NFC East.
The Eagles? Where are the Eagles at? They're five and seven Cowboys or six and seven at the Eagles win this week, and they'll be six.
It says it's such a tight race, all right.
The Eagles would actually do better in the playoffs this year that the Cowboys would only because the Cowboys they're in a rut right now.
They've lost games in a row, multiple games in a row, and they have zero confidence right now.
They could play the Miami Dolphins tomorrow and lose.
They could play the Biggles, possibly lose because their confidence is so down.
And then when they play the play on average or below average team and beat him and I'll get a little bit of confidence.
But will give him too much of a confidence, and then when they play a good team, they just dropped like a rock.
Right now, a lot of that has to do with coaching.
That's why I don't think that Garrett will be part of the team next year.
Most people don't, um, a lot of that after getting your team ready mentally, not just physically, but you got to get a mentally prepared face.
Certain situations, not just the game itself, but the situation is part of the game.
You know, you're down 14.
You got to make sure that your team has the mindset.
Uh, you know, don't freak out.
You know, stay methodical, do your job.
You could make it back.
I don't think there has that in him.
I think he I think he himself freaks out a little bit, so I like.
I think Garrett could be a good head coach in the NFL, but again, I think there's a couple things that he himself needs to work on to be that good head coach.
I think Pagano could be a good Head Coast.
There's some things he needs to work on when it comes to an offense.
He needs to stay completely out of bacon play calls when it comes.
Offense all right, defense? Sure, you put your hand in that.
That's what you wanna do for Pagano.
Put your hand in there.
If that's your specialty, put your hand in it.
Control that defense.
Whatever the offensively, you should have no calls it.
If you don't no offense.
You stay out of the offense.
If you don't know defense, you should stay off the defense.
That's just how I feel about it, but I don't know personally right now.
How the players feel about Jason Ger.
Do they not want to play for him anymore? Uh, do they? Does he have the players confidence? I don't know.
I can't I can't answer that question because I'm not in that locker room.
I would love to see, uh, if any of you guys have seen or heard anything about the locker room.
And like reporters and stuff, saying what the locker rooms like and and how the players were spawned and react to hear it.
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But I read reports saying that players don't want to play for Gary or they have lost their confidence in him and non, and that's hard to confirm that stuff.
That's what I'm saying.
I've heard I haven't really heard the reports because, you know, I don't follow the Cowboys really, really, really close.
But it's just something that Garrett seems like a guy that players would like to play for he seems like a player's coach.
But at the same time, it's kind of like with Pagano, you know, or other other coaches that that our players coaches, you start losing.
No matter how much the players like you.
They start losing confidence in you as a coach, not as a person, you know.
And once you lose confidence in your coach and don't believe in your coach that they could take you places that it's it's it's like a straight drop decline from there.
And I'm wondering if that's what's happened this season.
That would be awful.
I'd hate to see it, but, I mean, that's the NFL.
That's how things work out in the NFL.
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Running on about 22 minutes.
So far, I don't think I've heard Dad, Zeke or other leaders of the team that I have come to defend him.
I also don't keep up with the child boys.
Yeah, I'm sure, too.
If the player speaks out against a coach, you would think it would be all over everywhere, ESPN and everywhere.
You know, NFL dot com would be on every article on everything because that's that's something you don't hear or see very often is a player speaking out against somebody would.
Baker Mayfield spoke out about his coach.
It was everywhere, everywhere.
So, yeah, I kind of see what you're saying.
I think if you see a player, if a player ever does speak out against him than you, yeah, you'll see it. You'll notice it.
But you know, some media outlet people who go into the locker room, you know, there's a feeling in that locker room when you see reactions between the players and coaches and the way they talk about their coach and stuff like that, That's what I'm wondering about.
I wish I had some of them here just so that I can ask them questions about that.
You know, what's the vibe? You know, in that locker room? I'd like a flip over from, though, from the Cowboys.
Don't talk about the Bears now, because Mitch continues to play the way he's playing.
There is a slim chance they could make the playoffs because the Bears got what I think the Rams and I think the Packers have the Rams and the Bears.
Am I right, and to play against.
I gotta check that out.
But I'm pretty sure they play them both.
Expected little. Beat the Redskins, obviously.
Then they play the Bears, though.
It's the Vikings, not the Rams.
Which is a game they could definitely lose.
And then they play the Lions, which you never know what the Lions there up and down all the time.
So it is a slim but very possible chance.
Yeah, I'm looking at the Packers.
Like I said, it's the Redskins than the Bears, then the Packers or then the Vikings than the Lions.
And quite frankly, I think right now if Mitch continue to play Oh, the cheese like Oh, my Lord, Yeah, the Bears, The Bears, I think, have to win out, and I don't see him with it Now.
I think they have the defense to slow the Chiefs down, and I don't know about the Vikings.
The Bears have a harder scheduled in the Packers do.
But if the bear somehow win out and the Packers lose two games, one of them being to the Bears, obviously, because the bears went out, I think the Bears would didn't own the tiebreaker, I think.
Or would they? What's their divisional record? I wonder standing.
What's both teams? Divisional record here, waiting for to come up. There we are.
All right, so Green Bay is 42 No, that's home division.
So Green Base Torino right now in their own division and Chicago's three and one.
If Chicago wins out, that means they'll and, uh, with only one loss in the division and, you know, slap Green Bay with one loss in the division.
And then it would be against, uh there.
No, because Green Bay would pretty much have to lose to the Vikings as well.
Right? And Chicago could take over.
The Chicago could take over the Viking spot, too.
So it's quite possible that it's quite possible that the Bears could take over the Vikings or the Packers spot and make the playoffs.
But they have to win out.
And right now the way I see it, as long as as long as Maggie continues to let Mitch just play, you know, as I say, backyard football and just let him let him use his instincts to play rather than rather than four speed of our P O plays and things like this, but let him just play his brand of football.
I think they have a shot.
I mean, they're good team as long as Mitch continues to play the way he's playing.
And this Bears defense can lock down just about any any offense in the NFL.
His Bears defense already locked down Green Bay City.
The Bears defense locked down Green Bay's offense early in the season.
They lost to him because Mitch was forced to many R P o plays and had to do too much reading before the snap.
You know, as long as he's playing good football, I think they have a shot.
As long as they could protect him, give him two or three seconds for each snap.
It's stupid to ask for more than three seconds personality, but I think that the barrister just give him 2 to 3 seconds to go through one or two reads and then make a decision whether he wants to run it or or throw it or throw it away or what.
Not like witches.
Mitch can play very good football as long as he doesn't feel rushed whether it's rushed by the defense or was rushed by his own, coached by the type of place that he's force feeding down his throat.
That's how I feel about that.
So right now I think the Bears are actually on the up and the Cowboys are on the down.
It's from the very similar reasons.
I think the Bears are gaining confidence and the Cowboys lost all of it.
They lost all their their confidence.
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