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Mariotti Show Recap: Thursday, Dec. 12th
Posted By Jay Mariotti On December 12, 2013 @ 4:34 PM In Legacy | No Comments
Missed part of the show? Here’s a rewind of the program on December 12, 2013.
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Hour One on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 12, 2013:
LATEST ON BROWN-SABAN
— Trying to wade through the b.s.
— Brown will be gone, Saban trying to leverage maximum control and money
— Harbaugh? Tomlin? Shaw? You’ll hear every name, via leveraging agents
— Temperature won’t drop below 32, so forget the cold-weather stigma tonight
— If throws 6 TDs, breaks Brady’s record
— Sportsman of Year?
— Drafted by baseball’s Texas Rangers
— Football safer
— Can’t be two-sport athlete as an NFL QB
— But should consider a short NFL career, then baseball
— Win his Super Bowl and MVP now, then preserve body and head
— Says NBA has no rivalries?
— Then why doesn’t he embrace Heat-Pacers as rivalry?
— He ho-hums it while Pacers taking it seriously
Hour Two on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 12, 2013:
— AJ McCarron says Saban staying, but remember Pinocchio factor
— How will Saban deal with good-old-boy politics, regents at Texas?
— Gov. Rick Perry? Longhorn Network? Saban wants no part of that
— Only will go with blockbuster deal
— Shanahan’s history with Plummer, McNabb, benchings
— Trying to save reputation, too late, too animated, firing a certainty
— Snyder exploring ways to fire him and witthold money
— Griffin’s standing in locker room affected
— What about other injured players who still must play?
— Snyder shouldn’t be BFF with young QB
— Shanahan effectively has pointed out that Griffin coddled, humbled
— John Madden says affects integrity of game, sitting when healthy
— He’s right — not at Atl or at NYG, but Cowboys on 12/22
— Cousins, could become big trade piece
— Mistake to bring back Cutler
— McCown, folk hero, running offense better than Cutler ever did
— Urlacher, a Cutler critic, agrees
— Cutler, Vick, Cousins all could be available in offseason
— Winter meetings slow
— All the drama last week
— Cano presser later today in Seattle, whither Jay Z?
— Yankees rejects Gardner-Phillips deal
— Says he’s ready for NFL
— He should leave now, because he’ll be third QB taken
— Next year, dealing with Winston, Mariota, others
— Nothing left to accomplish at A&M, only take more autograph $
Hour Three on The Jay Mariotti Show: December 12, 2013:
— Not just Manning and offense, evaluating porous and injured defense
— No Welker, concussions
— Slow starts
— Both done in Miami
— As Dolphins make unlikely playoff push, don’t want distractions
— Vets pushing for Incognito, stays suspended
— Martin has NFL future. Incognito does not. Maybe in MMA.
— NFL wants replays out of central office
— Triplette goofs again
— Three other glaring gaffes Sunday
— First Davis, not Starks complain about tackling there
— Players don’t wear cups, can’t run in them
FOOTBALL IN OLYMPICS?
— Can’t work, not enough countries play it
— Conflict with camps
— Head injuries, worldwide? Really?
— Goodell should stop global chase
— Life after girlfriend flap
— OK with Chargers
— Accuser’s lawyer sets Friday presser
— Timed for Heisman
NO PLATE COLLISIONS
— RIght call, dramatic as they are
— Owners protecting investments
— Buster Posey Rule
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