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He is Mr Mike Debate Mike, How are we doing today? So Monday, my friend.
Good to be back in the saddle.
I'm doing great.
Uh, weather up here in New England is actually doing pretty, You know, it's actually pretty good right now, believe it or not.
So we'll take that.
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But in any case, folks, it is great to be back here on the microphone with you this morning, my friend.
No, I mean, hey, look, the weekend flew by.
Obviously, there's a lot of stuff to talk about.
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So, um so, Mike, you know, this is ah, it was a fairly interesting weekend and I don't say that, you know, we like to joke around a lot on the show and, um, yeah, this is certainly not a joking manner, but there was It felt like a lot of things changed over the weekend.
And again, I hope and folks, if you see me pushing constantly looking over my left shoulder, it's because I have a cat that's just so desperate desperately trying to get up on this table.
And I'm trying to stop her.
Um, so you're gonna have t bear with me here.
Why? I look like him going crazy, but, uh, you know, we saw protests across the country continue.
Um, obviously, it's not just the country, the entire world.
I mean, we're seeing footage from, you know, England and France, and over in Australia, I mean, it's it's very it's incredible.
It really is an And any time I see it, I see this stuff.
It just it's inspiring.
And again, I feel like, um, you know, perhaps riel changes happening.
We've seen Obviously, this isn't a football or sport related matter, but we've seen steps in many an app in Minneapolis to disband the city's police department, which is, you know, that these air actions that air being taken that, you know, again correct me if I'm wrong.
But it feels just unprecedented.
It feels like there's a big, um, just shift going on right now and again, we can break it down into putting it into ah, the context of sports because obviously what we've talked about, or at least what's been a underlying storyline for the last few years, obviously it was more prominent a few years ago, was was kneeling during the national anthem and and how much slack Colin Kaepernick had gotten for that.
And, of course, you know the fact that he's still out of league.
That's been a big story line.
I'm not trying, Teoh undervalue it.
But that's been put back into the spotlight.
And, you know, we you're not going to get a lot of praise from Roger Goodell from us, and I'm I think it.
I think it's safe to say it, you know, you were probably not gonna give him too much now.
But to his credit, he representing the NFL did make a fairly significant in a statement, albeit without mentioning calling Kaepernick, which again, that's part of the criticism of it.
However, the positive Ah, the impact fullness of the statement.
It still remains.
And, um, you know, we'll see what happens.
But this was Ah, Roger Goodell making a statement the other day.
Yes, First, my condolences.
Every that me okay, races with the national all to speak out.
I personally protest with.
I want to be part of a much needed change.
Without black players, it would be tree.
Centuries of silence.
We are listening.
I am no reaching out to player.
We'll raise your voices, Others if Okay, so obviously, you know, the statement alone is pretty, pretty powerful and obviously a a pivot from the NFL stance and the stance of of, ah, decent number of the owners in the past about, you know, not kneeling or not sitting for the flag or any sort of protests like that.
Um, again, Yeah, he he could have gone the next step and actually said Colin Kaepernick's name.
But you know that that's, you know, it is what it is.
You can't go back and and re record that.
Um, I thought it was a pretty pretty strong statement.
And again, it all depends on how they act.
Um, you know, he says he protests with them.
Is he going to kneel? Week one? Is he going to do something that again? It is more than just a statement will say we'll find out I do.
I'm not gonna You're not gonna find much praise for me for Roger Goodell, but I do.
I think he is sincere.
Um I mean, I don't know, I I just If my gut tells me he is sincere, and I I think this this is really is, you know, maybe is a little safe face, but, you know, I think it's predominantly.
Ah, the intention is to to actually change things.
So, yeah, I think you said it very well.
There's no love loss between this show, our fandom and then Roger Goodell.
I don't think we've ever really been shy about how we feel.
He's handled quite a few matters in the NFL and not folks.
It doesn't just relate to the New England Patriots.
It relates to a lot of things that he's done in the NFL.
This being one of them, Um, and I say this meaning race relations within the NFL and the inequalities in the way that those protests were handled, I do believe his statement was sincere.
Um, I believe that in a lot of ways, people that never um and I hate to use that term because I know it's it's thrown around almost derisively.
But people who are waking up or being woken up to the realities that black Americans have to face each and every day is something that is being met with a lot of negative reaction, and I do think that is, I do think that is a detriment because there are people out there that may not have realized before that do realize now the difficulties the oppression really realize really see the pain that African Americans have to go through in this country every day, with just for no other reason than the color of their skin.
It's a terrible injustice that needs to be changed.
The way that we do that is to embrace those that are saying I didn't get it before, But I get it now help me to understand not saying Oh no, well, now is the only time that you care.
I think a lot of times I think the shaming of that is a detriment to the movement.
So I think it's in***bent upon all of us thinking everyone the benefit of the doubt.
When they say that they want to change, they want to be better, and that includes Roger Goodell.
He's not above that.
He's not below that.
He may be the NFL commissioner.
He may be in a position of authority in a position that allows him to make a greater change than you or I would.
But at the same time, if he's saying now that he wants to be a part of a movement, he wants to listen, then I think we owe it to him to to hear him out and allow him to make the decisions that are going to allow him to make the changes that we need to see guaranteed.
The NFL is a microcosm for the entire society.
The changes that are made in the NFL are not going to automatically change.
This is the societal needs that we need all over the country.
But different acts of willingness can spark some great things, and I think that's what you're going to see in this country.
At least that's what I hope to see in this country.
So many, um, you know that that that have to live with thes thes oppressions every single day should not have to live that way any longer.
The only way that we're going to be able to do that is to come together.
Those that have a voice that can be heard need to use that voice to make sure that whether change that we want to see in the world.
I don't I don't condemn Roger from making the statement.
I don't, uh I I don't look for the cynicism in the statement.
I look for positivity now.
If this statement comes out and he does not follow through on his words, then he deserves the cynicism and the backlash that he'll get as a result of that, and he'll deserve every bit of it.
But until then, I think we owe it to ourselves.
I think we owe it to the movement that we're trying to put to bring forth.
If this is all about change, it's not at it.
At its heart, this is not a movement of revenge.
It's a movement of change.
It's a movement of equality.
We saw Terry Crews make a statement yesterday that was really lambasted and at the heart of what he said was, We're all in this together.
We need to work together in order to bring about the change we want to see in the world.
This is not about getting back at one you know, a group or another.
I understand there's a lot of anger, and again I made a similar statement unlocked on Patriots last week.
I don't condone violence in any way, shape or form.
I'm a pacifist, and I'm not ashamed to admit that I'm a lover, not a fighter.
I can't help it.
Sorry that that that was a That was Yeah, no, I deprive toe do it.
But at the same time, I've also never been in a position.
I've never been put in a position where I had to make that choice.
Where I had to look at it and say Is my stance of being nonviolent is my stance of being a pacifist, something that could not simply cost me my life or could possibly cost the lives of those that I love those that are around me.
I've never been put in that position.
So until you have been, you can't really walk a mile in someone else's shoes until you felt the Stones in their in their shoes along the way.
So I think in a lot of ways this statement for an from an NFL standpoint, is one of the positive direction.
I think the NFL is willing to listen.
I think for Roger Goodell to admit that he was wrong is a big move for em.
That's not something that I'm sure was easy for him to dio.
And again, I'm not monitoring folks.
It's not like, you know, I'm not.
I'm not throwing bouquets at his feet for it.
But this is not a gentleman that has readily admitted wrongdoing that often.
And for him to do that, I think he realizes that gravity in the seriousness of the situation.
So hopefully it brings forth the change that we that we need to see in the NFL.
When you mentioned staff, you mentioned coaching staffs.
You mentioned equality among players, treatment among players and and among everyone that all needs to change.
And if they can start with that change in the NFL, it's got enough eyes on it for it to catch the eyes of governments of law enforcement agencies, things of that nature that need to clean up their business.
Um, and they need to be, you know, better.
They need to be held to better accountability, and it starts one movement at a time.
So, um, that's my soapbox with this morning, folks.
But in any case, I hope I was able to at least get my clear point across that.
You know at this point when people are saying that they're going to be sincere, try to give them the benefit of the doubt and then watch their actions because ultimately that's gonna be how they're determined.
It's a good first step, but if they're not followed up by action, it's not going to mean anything.
That's what we're going to see.
Just how serious.
Roger Goodell, how serious the NFL and how serious really everybody is about want man to see change.
We need to be that change.
We need to take action to do it.
No, and that's that's really the thing is it's, I think you said a great well, very well.
I mean, you got that.
You got to be open to people wanting to change.
Um, you know, for all the slack, Drew Brees, God, the statements and thinks he's done sense, have have you know, at least again, on the surface, I have shown that that he he is at least remorseful.
And maybe this is, um, what some people needed.
I mean, obviously I think to some I think the issues and and the d what's being pro tested.
And what's being quote unquote disrespected has been very clear from the gecko.
And right, I you know, again, I feel like I've been, you know, again, I understand.
I you know, again, I never thought this year at least since the very beginning. I may Allah.
Men at the very beginning, I thought, Well, okay, maybe, you know, maybe the flag isn't the right thing, but then again, you have to listen.
And you have to listen to the argument and you realize, OK, then you know this this is the exact opposite.
This is, in a way, you know, respecting the flag, because again a regardless of who you are, if you believe that the flag represents what, um the soldiers air the veterans that have died or ah, in any war that has built this country that the reason that you respect that is because they died to build this country because of what this country represents.
And that is that the life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness and that, you know, quote unquote all men and women are created equal well to a a significant portion of this country that does not ring true.
So why should people be? A, As you said, lambasted, Oh, are attacked for, you know, standing up for their own rights and what they deserve.
And again, it's it's It's ironic that people get angry that they're disrespecting the flag well in a way, the flags disrespecting them, or at least the idea of what the flag should represent again.
At the end of the day, the flag is just a piece of cloth.
It's all about the ideal deals.
And if you truly believe in what the flag means, then you would realize that the flag had a conscience.
It would be right there next, all the protesters and all the people wanting equality for everyone because that's what this country is supposed to mean.
So again, if you're if you're upset, um, about people, ah, quote unquote disrespecting the flag.
Then I again, I think you're your judgments, a little misguided, and I'm sorry if that offends some people.
I just think at this point, though, it za clear either willful ignorance or just a you know, maybe you harbor some feelings that you haven't said in public yet, and and this is a distraction or at least a a tool to use to Ah, to kind of, you know, prop yourself up.
And then again, I encourage you.
Please just open your eyes and realize that, you know, at the end of the day, if you really believe in what the flag supposed to mean are you really respect the flag, as you say? Um, then you realize that that includes that should include everyone else.
And, you know, just because these people are obviously ah, protest ing over years and years and years and century, centuries and 1/2 of slavery and equality and all that and it's and you expect them to to sit there and salute the flag that you know, says they should be equal says they should be You know all that.
It's just it bothers me in and again, I just I hope more and more people realize.
And then again, it doesn't help that, you know, the person who is supposed to be leading this country is is obviously ah, pusher of that narrative.
But you know, it is what it is.
And again, I hope this weekend and what we've saw over this weekend has started a shift and I do feel like there is something different happening.
I do feel like this is this is less about saving face on the whole versus you know, actually, you know the actual changes hopefully going to happen.
So Ah, we're we're, ah, little overdue for a break.
So we're gonna We're going to do that.
So when we return, we're going talk about some more of the weekend headlines, Not all of which are great.
So Ah, stay tuned.
We'll be back in about five minutes or so.
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And as you could hear, that was, um, you know, one of, ah, that's going back to the 2006 a f c divisional game between the New England Patriots and the San Diego Chargers.
Obviously, um, rachet.
Caldwell's time in New England is unfortunately remembered by ah play in the next game.
But ah, often for gotten was that big catch late in the fourth quarter in a 2021 game.
And unfortunately, over the weekend, it was reported and confirmed that he was Ah, shot and I believe a ah, what was a robbery? And he passed away in Tampa.
So, um, obviously, that's very sad news.
Only 41 years old and, you know, regardless of you know how he may be remembered or at least up until you know, a couple days ago Ah, in New England.
And, you know, perhaps even as an NFL player, hey had a really nice career as a player.
And it's it's sad that at 41 years old, um, he is obviously no longer with us.
Ah, he obviously, after his NFL career, had some, you know, tough times.
Dealing, obviously dealings with with Law, obviously is Ah, I think a lot of people know the story about how he got arrested after the fact.
But you know that that again is such a at the end of the day, it doesn't define who he was again.
Ah, we saw the tribute, or at least ah, couple mentions by Tom Brady.
His former quarterback in New England obviously played with Philip Rivers and Drew Brees and with the Chargers as well.
Um, yeah, I mean, it's just it's it's unfortunately, it's sad to see and you know, another young life is gone.
But I will now forever remember him for that catch, though, because again, that set up the game winning field goal against Thea against against the Chargers.
So, yeah, it did.
And I was definitely disheartened to hear about reshapes passing yesterday, and you look back on it in as two of us that have had the opportunity to not only cover the team but have also been fans of the team for a number of years.
Re, she's always remembered derisively, and I'm guilty of this is anybody.
We tend to focus on the 2006 A F C championship game and the two drops and his brother actually had given a statement not too long ago.
His brother, Andre had said that that bothered reshape terribly throughout his entire retirement.
After his playing days were over, he was haunted by that game.
He felt like it had really cost him the opportunity to have a long career in the NFL than he truly should have had, and it is a shame when you take a look back.
It reshapes 2006 season with the Patriots.
He was a fairly competent, fairly good receiver for Erica Did.
He did a very good job, and you mentioned, you know, the catch.
He played the clip to to bring us back from break.
And that's something that I think he should be remembered for.
And the times that he played for the Chargers doing history on the charges organization.
When I looked and I looked at exactly what type of explosiveness he brought to that team, he was a very good receiver in San Diego and really, I think had was on his way to being one of the better receivers at his position in the league.
Now, was he ever considered in the top echelon? No, You can't sit there and say that competently.
But he had the ability, I think, to be someone that that was a difference maker on the field when he was there and you saw flashes of that when he was in New England.
But again, you mentioned the brushes with law that he had, um you know, the arrest in 2014 possession of Mali, That was something that you know they would you mentioned the arrests.
You know their theme, the issue that he had with the fraudulent claims, which, by the way, he was not the only one.
Folks, there were a lot of NFL former NFL players that were want in with that.
This was not unique to reshape, just, you know, individually.
So he had had some issues off the field.
His agent, I believe you know, said that he adjusted toe life, post football.
He had difficulty adjusting to life beyond the gridiron, and this is something that so many athletes go through.
We tend to look at our favorite athletes.
We tend to look at our most revered athletes in retirement, and we look at them living a comfortable life.
And we say, Okay, well, when you retire from the NFL, you retire from Major league baseball or wherever you're moving on to a, um, a comfortable life.
It's not always the case with these guys.
A lot of times they struggle, even if they don't struggle financially or they don't struggle, you know, in terms of their professional goals, they struggle mentally, they struggle emotionally because football is such a big part of what they are And when it's not there anymore, you have to find something to fill the void and a lot of times for athletes that struggle with any type of difficulty.
Wrong decisions can be made, so ah, we don't know the cir***stances behind you.
Re Shay's death right now.
It's considered a robbery going wrong.
I guess the police are still investigating according to according to what I read this morning.
So your heart goes out to his family, The heart goes out to his mom.
This is what? But I believe it was It was his girlfriend or fiancee.
I've heard conflicting reports.
I I feel a little time.
I believe it was from this significant other to report.
Yeah, it's significant.
I mean, you feel awful for her.
I mean, she was right there to witness something like this, which is one of the most horrifying things any human being can go through.
So, um, you know, you remember him? I'm going to choose to remember him the way Wes Welker remembered him in his tribute where he said his smile just lit up a room and you're seeing a lot of footage of reshape smiling on the field holding its element.
Being a good teammate, guys like Tom Brady came out and then made you know, supportive statements toward him as well.
So it's just it's sad to lose someone at such a young age and in such a senseless fashion.
Um, again, your heart breaks for his family, and you just treasure every day because you're never guaranteed one minute to the next.
They try to say, You're never guaranteed tomorrow.
Sometimes you just never guaranteed that.
Next minute that next hour.
And it's it's scary, but just awfully sad news coming out yesterday, something again you're not prepared for.
And then that's that.
He's kind of an example of perception versus reality.
So again, you know what? I'm guilty of it.
Excuse me as well, because you think about the impact of, you know, the quote unquote drop.
I think everyone would agree that, you know, had that catch been made, that the Patriots win that game and, you know, they play Rex Grossman and the Bears and the Super Bowl, and you know, again a lot of what ifs.
We're not going to sit here and do that.
We're certainly not blaming him, but We saw the reaction from Tom Brady.
And he doesn't, you know, always react Teoh every way.
But I feel like even even with thinking back now, ah, and kind of overtime always felt like, you know, they were a little bit closer than I think people realize.
Like, I don't think he would.
Obviously, when Roshaiah and you mentioned that, you know, this kind of eight out of him Ah, in retirement that you know, the game against a the Colts.
Like I don't think ever there was a second that he felt like Tom Brady blamed him.
You know what I mean? Or like the offense or anything like that.
I felt like this was completely a fan and media driven.
Um, absolutely push and and again, I mean, that's That's not to say that.
Obviously, Tom can't be disappointed, replaced, but I do kind of feel like and I maybe I'm just misremembering, but I feel like they did have, ah, one of those good, really good relationships.
This was post Theon Branch, pretty Randy Moss.
The Patriots were, you know, coming off a season in which they had just suffered their first playoff loss.
Brady was 10 and one at that point.
So you know that he was, you know, he really carried a lot of that weight in that season.
And if I remember, wasn't that the year two that Troy Brown took significant number of steps on defense, so his ability to obviously be impactful on both sides of the ball was limited? So, um, yeah, I mean, it's certainly sad.
And I hope that, you know, at the very least, now people can remember him for that catch And what you know.
Now we can look back as one of the biggest games and this is this Patriots dynasty with Tom Brady.
And you're absolutely right on that.
I mean, those were the That was essentially a challenging year for the New England Patriots.
And but for a pretty rough second half in that a F C championship, they were well on their way to probably another Super Bowl title.
That team would have easily beating the Bears, which, by the way, Patriots fan said, if you did watch NBC yesterday, yes, they did have the highlights of Super Bowl 20 on, and you just Oh, God, Yeah, That was a That was a rough day.
Although I was very, very young at the time.
I believe I was wasn't even five years old.
Yet when that get that, there's, you know, So I never really watched that game with an objective eye.
And I had while I was working on some things, I had it on yesterday in the background and, yeah, you just you You learn to appreciate what we've had with Tom Brady all these years, and you look at Tony East and kind of, you know, following around back there.
And God bless Steve Grogan, who came in and I think did everything that he could to keep the Patriots afloat at that point.
But Grogan was toward the end of his career.
At that point, you couldn't expect much more from him.
And yeah, I was I don't mean to die, Grant.
I don't mean to digress over what you said about about Riesch.
I think that in a lot of ways you're right on the money.
I don't believe he held or he felt that his teammates held any type of, um, you know it will toward him.
I think it was Mawr of he let himself down, and because of that, because he figured he let himself down.
He thought that it made him less valuable to other franchises that wanted to try to take a chance on him.
I believe he went to Washington after after I believe so, Yeah, Patriots were were done, and then he just couldn't seem to bounce back.
So it's not like he never got an opportunity again or anything after that.
It was difficult, you know, you make those types of plays, and again I mean and I'm guilty of this as well.
You listen to how he's remembered here in New England, and that's that's the first thing people think of.
Oh, I remember, though I can remember seeing that the eyes wide in the helmet and I remember those drops and, oh God, those with a really bad days for Brady.
Imagine Brady could win with three Shake Caldwell on isn't on its staff.
I hate to say that it sounds terrible to say it now, especially in the wake of that, but if we're being honest, that's how a lot of people have portrayed him up here, so I hope that we can focus on the great career that he had individually from that moment on and again the impact that he seems to have had on a lot of his friends and teammates off the field, because I'm seeing off a lot of nice things said about him.
And for all intents and purposes, that's not something new because of a posthumous tribute.
That's something they felt about ratio right along.
People seem to have great things to say about him.
Ah, prior to yesterday and before that, about him being a really good teammate and someone that they were proud to call a teammate and look, I mean, had it not been for the fact that the Patriots went out and added, Randy Moss, Wes Welker, Dante Stallworth, Kelly Washington He's probably on this team a little bit longer and again, you know, we can sit there and talk about the, you know, the butterfly effect in this situation.
Had the Patriots won the Super Bowl in 2006 what they go out and get Randy Moss? I don't know.
Maybe maybe Belichick still saw, you know, the lead changing and you know they had toe.
They had to go for more vertical offense, who knows? But I think again, the motivation to attack the off season the way they did in 2007 was because of the failures of 2006 and and how they watched Indianapolis basically, you know, run the same offense for years with first round talent like Harrison and all that.
But, you know, look, Rachet call.
Well, was, you know, he had the he had the unfortunate job of replacing a fan favorite and Dion branch.
But then you also sandwich that in between the greatest offensive season of all time, not only for the Patriots but in my opinion, in NFL history.
Um, and there's plenty of data to back that up a swell.
So all of a sudden rush a call well, becomes the face of a team that, in reality, over achieved but blew a big you know what I mean, like they over achieved to get to where they were, but they got so far ahead in that game that they blew it.
But you know what I mean.
It's not often can you say, a team that over achieved blew it, you know, and really? You know, uh, what's word I'm looking for? Ah, I'm blanking on it right now, But, um, help me out.
Do you know what I'm thinking? Like? Okay.
Ah, you could go into, um, put me on a player.
A player that generally fails in the playoffs.
What? What? It's a magic adjective.
Come on, Colts fans.
You can direct your hate mail.
Ah, P o box 6969 Johnson Road Island.
Um, and that's all I got to say about that.
Oh, God, I'm I don't know.
Kyle says on clutch, but something tells me that's not exactly what I'm thinking of.
Maybe maybe I'm maybe I'm just losing my mind right now.
It happens, but look anyway, said, she said, I don't me, but I don't even know what Mike, what am I don't know.
I'm thinking about stone cold.
Steve Austin quotes.
I don't even know what the hell we're doing.
Are we on air? Uh, it kills me. It kills.
May have completely taken that off the rails.
Well, I I wish I wasn't so simple minded.
You know, I I you know, I'd be able to ah compartmentalize a little bit better, but apparently I'm very easily distracted.
Kind of like a cat.
It's probably why I have a few of them.
So, um, that could Yeah, you never know, but okay.
No, no, I I get what I was saying. Anyways.
Look, unfortunately for Shea, he was, you know, he kind of became the face of that.
That team that, you know, underachieve over teeth, But then at the end of the day blew it and kind of just, you know, yeah, just didn't make it.
That's what that's what it was.
I was trying to think about the word, and now it's still can't think about the word.
You know what? I'm just gonna drop it, because we're coming up on a break here soon.
A couple more minutes.
So we're, you know, goes by quick Mike, it really does, uh, really does that the But the good thing is, and we're going to start talking a little positive here.
Um, the NHL today opened up.
Ah, face two of their return to play plan, which entails teams starting to go back in limited capacity to ah drinks in their training facility.
So we're going to kind of see how that plays out over the next couple weeks again, this is all, Ah, you know, it's not guaranteed.
I mean, the plan is to play again.
There's a lot of things that happen have to happen between now and then.
For that to go through 100%.
I think we're all optimistic that it will.
Um although we are all holding our breath given, you know, what's going on now with all the protests and everything like that.
So, again, I I think the NHL's taking proper steps to ensure that everything when they do come back will be, ah, as safe as possible for the players and for everyone involved.
And you know, this is this is start of face to face.
Three is training camp.
So give it about a month's time and we're actually going to be seeing some hockey on the ice.
And, ah, I'm pretty excited for that.
I'm pretty excited to see some playoff hockey, for sure, and hopefully, you know, my fandom for the Bruins means that they end up being in the final.
So ah, yes, Oh, definitely some positives without question, definitely some positives and again I think that, you know, looking at teams, players, whatever you want.
Whatever you're excited to see, return to the field, the action, the ability to, uh, bet on these games Not cause I'm kidding, folks, we're not No, no, no.
I mean, it's a part of it.
I mean, it's a little my other generate on the other end of the microphone.
You know, you could take that, But what you will now canning folks seriously, whatever you're looking forward to getting back, it's a part of getting back to normal society.
It's a part of being able to once again rejoin what we were what we have been doing for a number of years now.
So good signs away around And, uh, yeah, it'll be It'll be great to see Ah, get closer to N.
A and H L Action and the NFL training camps coming up in July as well.
Gonna be a big month in the month of July.
Yeah, it's exciting.
And I again and anxious to see how this all plays out because I think through all of this through everything that's going on, and it is wacky, wacky 20 year 2020 we could get potentially the best stretch of sports that we've seen in a while.
Ah, in terms of just excitement and anticipation and just overall, I don't know, enjoying it.
But I don't that as well. Absolutely.
That's one saying, Keep keep positive attitude, positive mental attitude.
And you know, again, you know you have a choice.
You can even look at it positively.
We look at it negatively.
Why would you look at it negatively? You gotta look at it positively like we may be going to a break right now, but the positive thing is we will be back and you'll get to hear us talk even more.
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I was sure I was trying to turn it down a little bit, but I kind I kind of screwed it up on YouTube.
But we happen. Teoh.
A man confronts you.
He is the enemy and enemy deserves no mercy.
What? The problem is the Clinton.
See, this is, you know, you mentioned something off air, and, you know, I had I had to go.
I had to go find a little something from that.
So obviously, Ah, Mike, growing up in ah, in the eighties says as Mike did, um, a partial Cobra kai.
So we're talked about that, actually.
Well, we've both kind of jumped back and started watching some.
Some Siri's from from yesteryear is a little bit more dated than mine, although it is watching the reincarnation.
So I don't know how you want to put that.
I am watching re watching, breaking bad at the moment.
So we got to keep the cycle of old shows going because clearly we have no ability to wash anything new.
That is absolutely true.
Were completely stuck in our time period.
You know what Race it, my friend.
We do what we have to do to make sure that you know the masses are entertained and by the masses.
Let's let's face it, we find these things entertaining.
Obviously some people enjoy it, but it's it's good.
It keeps our it keeps our psyches going.
It keeps our, you know, is dull is it has to be.
So that's that's really what it comes down to.
Yeah, well, of course.
And in look, I mean, people ask me this all the time, especially when I go out to eat or go to the same rights to these restaurants.
That Look, what do you get the same thing every time? Because I know it's good.
I mean, why? Like, you know what I mean? Like, people know me like, I like barbecue chicken.
And so if I get pizza, I don't need a lot of pizza.
You know, I'm tryingto I mentioned this before, and I'm trying to cut back a little bit.
You know, I got a little ah, quarantine.
Ah, plus 15 going on, you know, and, uh yeah, exactly.
Well, well, let's see. That was that was so much better.
I don't I don't know why didn't go for the straight rhyme there, but Oh, well, uh, anyways, Okay, well, all right.
So I won't give you credit than, um, no.
So you know, again, I'm tryingto trying.
I'm trying to eat a little bit better, and it's been it's been a good week. and 1/2.
I've actually seen some improvement.
So certainly who? Pretty, You know, Keep compliments on me if you do see me in public, which you won't. So don't worry.
You don't have to do it.
But it s so I don't think again.
I don't know what the hell I'm talking about.
Sometimes I really don't.
I just kind of I I talked just to hear myself speak.
Now, I think ultimately I wanted to get back to, like, breaking back over kites.
Some of these, uh, you know, what are you watching now? Type of thing.
Because generally, our show is filled with sports talk, but it's also filled of entertainment.
I kind of want to be able to save Paige because, you know, these are conversations I would like to have is, um no, it is to be able to ah, talk about shows that we're currently watching her of watch 16 times over already.
So So what else do you watch your like What else you got on the docket? Ah, what also have on the doctor will You know that 24 always lurks in the back? Of course.
Pretty much I think I've pretty much gone to the limit with 24 right now, it's only so much that you could be able to binge watch their.
Um, like I said, as my good buddy has, uh, eloquently put forth today I am binge watching some Cobra Kai Anybody that knows that where anybody patient anxiously awaiting season three.
We don't know when that's gonna come out yet, But if you're eighties junkies like myself, then you love every minute of it on do you can't wait to see more sense a John Crease in his evil ways Take over the dojo.
But in any case, I'm watching that.
That's not that long Those air.
Very quick moving seasons.
Those quick episodes, um, watching a little bit of curb your enthusiasm, weaken photos, starting the other the most recent season when I could finally sit down and start really watching those.
Ah, in succession.
I haven't had a chance to watch all that yet, and we were talking.
I think the time might be right to resurrect a little game of Thrones, so, you know, it could be I'm not saying that I'm going to just yet, folks, but you know well, maybe some Twitter encouragement will help to sway me in the right direction of whether or not that's the next show.
That I should start binge watching.
Because, let's face it broke. That's a commitment.
You have to sit down.
You have to watch that from start to finish and, you know, just kind of half ass.
And that doesn't work. It's like 24.
Once you're into it, you really have to go all in.
So is he because this house start open up to Does this music help? Do you hear anything? Yes, it does.
Okay, you know what? I think it does help a little bit.
I think that may have just that.
That may have moved the needle in one direction.
So we'll, you know, we'll think about that.
Lets you know what? Let's be real.
I I'm right there with you.
And then we I told you off the air, and I actually I wasn't sure if you could hear the music playing through the thing I was I wasn't sure if I had said everything up correctly, so I'm glad.
I'm glad you could hear it.
It was very, very faint at first.
Then all of a sudden it pops right in. I could hear it.
Okay, good. Good.
So obviously, I'm thinking about watching that, too.
And of course, you know, our good buddy Kyle chimed in with Breaking bad is one of the two shows like it's a 10 out of 10 in acting, directing, writing in every single season.
And I do not disagree with him.
And perhaps this opens us up to a discussion with him in a later day, maybe later this week if we got some time.
Because I was thinking about this yesterday and I'm watching as I'm watching.
Ah, I was watching some of season two into season 30.
So for those of you who have seen the show and I hope that those that are listening to this I have seen that show because it's a great show.
And if you haven't woke me up as soon as the show's over, go drop whatever you're doing and go start watching Season one.
But, uh, there was very few times throughout that entire Siri's where there was a genuine happy moment between Jesse and Walt.
And by that I mean I think back to you.
Remember the Thea when? Waltz expecting the bad news from the scan.
Okay, he goes in, and then him and Jesse go and do the four days out.
They go out and just they try toe, uh, use whatever method mean that they have left Teoh cook their meth.
And this is a family show.
Don't worry. We're talking about breaking bad.
We're not talking about our weekend if you're tuning in a little bit late.
Um, yes, kid ticket.
Well, again, this is This is why I know these things.
I say breaking bad.
And in reality, I'm just using that as a as a cover for my weekend activities.
This whole show is just one complete.
Yes, exactly, but no.
So anyways, right before and right after they finish, and they're going through their calculations about how much they're going to get out of what they cook.
They have that moment where Jesse starts like, yeah, you know, And then then, Walt, you know, you see him like his face.
Just all of a sudden, you go do that thing to wear cheers, and they high five, and I'm thinking of myself.
I'm like I think about that scene.
And I'm like, that happens so rarely for those two, Um, that you know what I mean? Like, you see that you're like, Wow, what could have been between those two? Like, there's so much potential.
And and and and, um ah, ah, Mike, her mentor out.
Uh, he had said it right before his his death.
You know, you had a good thing are right before right after Gus is you had a good thing going.
And, um yeah, and and Kyle brings up a great point to ah, sitting on the couch as they're doing, they're traveling.
Ah, meth business with the tent setting up in the bug bombing with the bug bombing company.
They sit there on the couch, and it's like those moments are so few and far between that, um it really shows you how good that they could have been.
I mean, again, this is a television show.
So, you know, have they just everything gone up swimmingly? It wouldn't have been that entertaining.
It would have been that dramatic.
It would have just been, you know, whatever.
So, um, yeah, I mean, it's just it's but it speaks to the writing because again we see how good the acting is, and I I for for so long just I've always found the Skyler white character annoying, but so necessary.
Um, you know, again, it's, you know, she obviously her role is to, you know, is to do of play a certain role.
And when you first watch it, it it's far more annoying.
But as you watch more and more of it and again just see the whole picture, it's like you understand who she was and and the issues that she had to deal with dealing with Walton and how everything let me and you really realize, you know, the whole premise, obviously, is that to make Walt look bad and really, at the end of day, he was I mean, he was incredibly selfish.
Ah, you know, narcissistic.
Every every every, ah, negative adjective you can use to describe someone.
Um, it was pretty much him, you know, personality trait, you know, in relation to personality traits.
So ah, great show.
I love it. I actually just got an idea.
We should obviously bring Kyle on.
We should talk about our favorite scenes.
Top 10 scenes of that show because I feel like that's a show where you can pick out scenes, not episodes, but scenes there certain, um, you know, whether it's just a couple minutes or 10 minutes long.
There's certain scenes that really, you know, jump out to me between not only the action but the drama that were everything from you know, how they filmed it, where they filmed it.
Um, it's yeah, and and Kyle agrees.
Are you down? Like I am down absolutely again.
It's one of those shows I am that I hope so.
I had I am down.
I am so down, you know, foot the hat backwards.
You know, George sitting there with the meme booth.
Get no, that did nothing.
Nothing will stop me from interrupting.
If a Seinfeld it was fun.
It was perfectly was to Was to perfect anyway.
Sorry. Good, good.
Go ahead, Mike. I don't want to take too much time.
You know your tremendous slouch.
But in any case, but I'm going to say was it is one of the shows where you can break it down by seeing you don't necessarily have to break it down by episode.
It's it's got that indelible character to it that just allows you to be able to do that.
And then again, the acting is phenomenal.
One of the best acted Siri's I've Never Seen, I was always very big on the acting that was in The Sopranos, and I looked at that as being the gold standard on when I watch breaking bad.
There were times where I thought it even either rivals or even eclipsed it at certain times with just the gravity that these characters, these actors, were able to bring to it again.
Just great stuff.
And I think that I absolutely down for that I'd be looking forward to it.
And we always look for an opportunity to get Kyle back on.
Yeah, let's a little level headedness and a little intellect that otherwise is not present on these airwaves, folks.
So I think that I think our audience will be happy to get Kyle on here as well.
Well, it also it also makes our ah, um our ah, our crew multi country, you know, concedes from Canada were from the United States.
So we tried to such all the bases here.
We want to get the entire North American continent covered.
Um, but yeah, look, it's it's a great It's a great show, one of my favorite scenes.
And obviously I think a lot of people, obviously we'll say this.
But we all know the box cutter scene, you know, just and and again you speak to, you know, breaking bad.
They could they could say as much with, ah, 1000 words and zero words.
That's just how powerful some of the filming was in that show.
And and again the acting.
I mean, you have to give credit, Teoh.
Oh, I'm blanking on his name right now.
But the doctor played Gustavo Fring.
Um, just his, his character, even even Hank.
Like I remember I obviously I started what re watching it.
The first couple episodes you looking at, you looking at Hank, You're like, Wow, this guy's a ****.
You know what I mean? Like, that's That's the adjective that I would use to describe it, like, Wow, he's kind of just ah, but but But then it's like you see him evolve.
You see what he goes through and the struggles he has And then again, you know, this is something you anticipated with.
Somewhat similar concept where yo, this person is bad.
Does something bad.
Thank you. Giancarlo Esposito.
Right on the right. On the money, buddy. Thanks. Money.
But in Dexter, you know, obviously that there were so many different story lines throughout all the seasons.
But, you know, there was always that that that eagerness to see what would happen if he got caught.
What happens if he gets caught? What happens when ah so and so finds out.
And I think in a lot of ways, Dexter kind of dropped the ball and and didn't really give us the satisfaction we wanted in that.
Because, you know, again, I I've ranted about, you know, my feelings on how then it show ended.
So I'm not going to do that right now.
I'll save that for another day, but, you know, they gave us a little bit of that in season two, and that would have been a great storyline, you know, with jokes.
And you obviously watched Dexter, right? I'm not, You know I'm not Yes.
Okay. Okay. So have I.
Wasn't religiously like hooked on Dexter all the time.
But I've seen enough episodes to know the plotline, so yeah, yeah, yeah.
So So, again, Excuse me, but in the Series E, I felt they really dropped the ball breaking bad did not, because it gave you that climactic and again, I I keep going to scenes.
That climactic point where you know, he knows Hank is on to him with, you know, it's coming to a head and they meet in the garage and there's that incredibly tense, like I mean, just uncomfortably tense moment between the two of them.
And then the door shuts.
And then it just becomes this.
You know, Walt shows who he is, and it's again, I mean that I'm sure that's a scene that might creep into our top 10.
Ah, you know, when we decide to do this and it's just again, that's just one more example of how ah well acted, how you know these actors, really not only through speaking but through facial expressions and actions really made this show be what it was.
And I think even through time it has stood up because, like, you know, I think I think it can, you know, over a couple of years ago.
Okay? I mean, it was, you know, you live in the moment.
You really get excited about the show, You know what I mean? And you're like, Oh, this is great.
And maybe a couple usually all right, You know, I get a different perspective.
Maybe maybe it wasn't a stronger breaking bad is certainly held up to that, in my opinion.
And I've watched it a couple times since it went off the air.
No, I really has.
I mean, this is one again.
This is one of those shows that so meticulously acted writing was so tight.
One of those shows that kept you on the edge of your seat every single time.
And it's not because it was Walter Wall nonstop action.
I mean, that's that's great toe watch.
It keeps, you know, the eyes stimulated.
It keeps your, you know, your you know, your your desire to keep watching stimulated.
But it's the subtle moments that because these characters have that really brings the show that type of gravitas, that type of longevity that it's add, it has held up.
I think it will continue to hold up.
It's one of those shows where the premise of it is something where you can input it into different periods in history.
Now, yes, there are things that have to be updated technological updates, things of that nature.
But the premise of this story is something that I think is indelible to just people wanting to tune in.
And it's essentially about a guy that thinks he's doing the right thing to protect his family and goes into such a terrible, terrible spin that there's no way out of it.
And there is he so far deep into it so quickly that you just you wonder just how it it's not a question of how bad this is going to.
It's not a question of whether this is going to end bad.
It's a question of how bad this is going to end.
That's what you keep watching.
That's what I kept watching when breaking bad was on, and I couldn't wait to keep watching it each and every week.
That was a show I watch religiously.
So again, I think it's ah, it's This is a good one.
Your inspiring need to start watching this again you should.
I mean, it would be good.
It would be good for the research to I mean, I'm good.
Yes, I'm gonna be doing this now.
I may have to put game of Thrones on hold and do some some breaking bad.
It won't take you long to get through, but it doesn't.
You know what I mean? It's it's not.
It's not a you know, it's a hard show to get through and and, you know, like I said, I do a lot while working at home where I just put it on the iPad.
And, you know, I can pay attention enough that I know what's going on, But sometimes I'm you know, I'm in the middle of writing something.
Next thing you know, I'm sitting here.
I'm like, you know, I got my hands on my chin just staring at my my little 10 inch iPad like, you know, I got a TV behind me, but it's like, No, I'm I'm just going to sit here and squint and it iPad and watch watch the show because it's so good.
Um, but yeah, I mean, it's it's It's a great show.
Watch start to finish it.
It it ends at the right time.
One of the few shows that does that.
Um, Kyle said he was going to work on running back and wide receiver rankings today, but I guess it's gonna be a marathon at breaking bad.
Kyle, I'm on season three episode.
I believe to, um I believe too.
So, uh, catch up, buddy, I I think you can, but oh, yeah.
And how could I? We're talking about great scenes.
How can I not talk about one of the best scenes of the entire Siri's came in season one when he went when Walt goes up to see Tuco And how awesome of a scene that was where you go up, like, how is he? How is this guy gonna go in? Would more meth, you know, And then all of a sudden, you see that that Walt Brain start to move and you see like, Oh, he's got something up its sleeve, you know? And all of a sudden he breaks out this like a little e Can't remember.
I couldn't even pretended to try to pronounce what he says.
You Hello. Happy.
It's like I feel like I feel like Jessie went when Walt hands on the list and Jesse is looking at was like, Man, I don't even know how to put outs Half these things on the list.
That's how I feel sometimes.
And, uh, but, you know, again, another great scene who knows where that will land on our list there.
So many of them that we can dive into.
Um Well, Kyle, technically, you could have kept your My Kyle says that was probably going to be my number one scene.
Thanks for spoiling.
Um, my thing is, you could have kept your mouth shut.
No one would have none known the wiser.
So, uh, you know, keep that in mind, Kyle.
You can always change it up by the time we decide to do it.
If you decide Teoh go through and watch, um, feel he was not a already when it came to that, you asked most breaking bad fans.
I mean, come on.
That's I mean, you're choking with the bike lock.
I mean, there's a lot of iconic moments of that type of a c.
So, you know, it's Yeah, it's Ah, I don't think he's that alone.
I don't think we really ruined his thunder.
But Kyle was kind was so resourceful, he's gonna be able to bring ****ysis of that scene to the table that most of us mere mortals have never even believed.
That comes up with a metric.
If that's if that's your top, keep going with it and just just dazzle us with your ****ysis, my friend.
Yeah, I was gonna say eventually comes up in the new metric to determine what would the what the best scene was.
You know, the ratio, the ratio of filming, toe acting, Teoh lighting to everything like that.
So, Kyle, you really got your work cut out for you.
You better start binging right now, and, uh, I want that I want a new ah, eager Ah, breeder for breaking bad.
Does that make sense? Makes sense. Whatever.
We're about 80 or 95% through the show.
I'm completely my brain turning to mush, So you're just gonna have to deal with it.
Um, yeah, I think that will be fun.
That'll be a fun conversation.
We always like talking TV.
We like talking TV with Kyle.
And of course, I think a lot of people enjoy breaking bad, Um, a show that again will will live on on and on and on, and ah, here I am now thinking about all the different scenes that that could could arise.
And, look, you know, one of my its not necessarily about scenes, but it's about storytelling, and And look, we got a couple minutes left, so I'm gonna I'm gonna stick real quick on breaking bad here.
But the Jane character I didn't necessarily like that was one of the few parts of the show where I'm like whenever there was a Jessie and James seen it was kind of like, All right, you know, it's Let's let's get through this You know what I mean? But at the same time, the way they told that story, you know, you know how season two starts, they start out the black and white ah, image of the the eyeball in the in the pool.
You know, very little bit of information, but you're like, Oh, my God, what's going on? And gradually throughout the Sarah ground throughout the the series.
You see little kid, bits of it, you see body bags.
This that and the other, um, and all of a sudden, you know, these things start to come together towards the end, and it comes to find out that this character that I didn't necessarily like, played an important cog in this entire story.
Because, as we know, that accident caused the crash was caused by the father of the daughter who died.
And again the most powerful one of the most powerful scenes of the entire Siri's, which really shows who Walt is is when he's standing over her and watches her choke on her own bombing and let's or die.
And I think if you had any doubts of who Yeah, like what was? Yeah, yeah.
If you're ever wondering whether or not he was completely, you know, devoid of an opportunity to of redemption.
Yeah, that was pretty much it.
Look, you could, too, so you can justify to go Look, you're trying to save your life.
He would have killed them.
But you know, whether you saw her as a threat or not, you know that that was that was a little mawr un avoid.
That was a little more avoidable than to Cody.
I completely agree with you.
I don't a lot of people look at the two co moment is the moment you broke bad, you know, for lack of a better term, folks.
But it to me, the Jane, Yeah, that was that was that was a little more.
That was like, OK, yeah, that's That's a line that's been crossed.
Now, now you're you're kind of you stepped over that, That boundary there's there's no redemption.
I look at it and I'm very quickly because I know we're running out of time here.
Very Michael quality every Michael Corleone esque from Godfather Part two, where he went the extra mile to eliminate his own brother.
Um, love people feel that's the exception.
That's where Michael Cole Leone's life completely was torn into.
Prior to that, everything he had done had been about trying to protect his family, eliminating the enemy's eliminating the people around him.
It was his own paranoia that made him have to eliminate Fredo.
And even though he did, um, betray him, it was a situation where he felt no other opportunity than to be able to eliminate him, even though Fredo was very repentant and probably was no longer a threat to him at all, and I think most people realize that he let it happen. Anyway.
He made it happen because he knew that it was He was too far in to turn back now.
And I think in a lot of ways I'm not comparing the two scenes, but I think in a lot of ways the sentiments are very tight in its I'm in this now, I have no other alternatives.
So I have to go all in.
And I think that's exactly what you saw there.
So probably the only person ever to compare that scene, Mother.
But again, they have to do it back.
What works? Yes, yes, yes.
No, that that was great.
That actually that kind of tied everything up pretty well.
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