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Old 10-11-2018, 07:53 PM   #17581
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Old 10-11-2018, 07:54 PM   #17582
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Old 10-11-2018, 07:56 PM   #17583
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Mahomes/Wentz SB.

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Old 10-11-2018, 07:56 PM   #17584
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:02 PM   #17585
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I found this comment of note ...

I was listening to "Move The Sticks" (I like Bucky) and they had Joe Tessitore as a guest. Tessitore does a lot of work in the NFL, but also with boxing.

Anyhow, they asked him about Mahomes and Tessitore said the best comparison is to Muhammad Ali. Why Ali, you ask? He said that Ali had so much talent that he was able to break "rules" in the ring ... keep his hands down, show his chin to his opponent, dance a man into fatigue while flicking jabs, etc. That was, of course, the beginning of an entirely new era in boxing.

He said Mahomes has the same "type" of ability. He has so much talent that he can break the traditional "rules" and do things that no one else can do and, not only get away with it, but dominate while doing it. Just as Ali was a transformational boxer, Mahomes is a transformational QB.

I thought that observation was insightful.

I suppose Wally would be a lot like Angelo, then. A sensei who doesn't try to "rein in" the athlete and, instead, encourages them to let their natural ability shine through ... even if the style is considered unorthodox.

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Old 10-11-2018, 08:07 PM   #17586
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Old 10-11-2018, 08:14 PM   #17587
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I found this comment of note ...

I was listening to "Move The Sticks" (I like Bucky) and they had Joe Tessitore as a guest. Tessitore does a lot of work in the NFL, but also with boxing.

Anyhow, they asked him about Mahomes and Tessitore said the best comparison is to Muhammad Ali. Why Ali, you ask? He said that Ali had so much talent that he was able to break "rules" in the ring ... keep his hands down, show his chin to his opponent, dance a man into fatigue while flicking jabs, etc. That was, of course, the beginning of an entirely new era in boxing.

He said Mahomes has the same "type" of ability. He has so much talent that he can break the traditional "rules" and do things that no one else can do and, not only get away with it, but dominate while doing it. Just as Ali was a transformational boxer, Mahomes is a transformational QB.

I thought that observation was insightful.

I suppose Wally would be a lot like Angelo, then. A sensei who doesn't try to "rein in" the athlete and, instead, encourages them to let their natural ability shine through ... even if the style is considered unorthodox.

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Old 10-11-2018, 09:12 PM   #17588
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Old 10-11-2018, 09:23 PM   #17589
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I found this comment of note ...

I was listening to "Move The Sticks" (I like Bucky) and they had Joe Tessitore as a guest. Tessitore does a lot of work in the NFL, but also with boxing.

Anyhow, they asked him about Mahomes and Tessitore said the best comparison is to Muhammad Ali. Why Ali, you ask? He said that Ali had so much talent that he was able to break "rules" in the ring ... keep his hands down, show his chin to his opponent, dance a man into fatigue while flicking jabs, etc. That was, of course, the beginning of an entirely new era in boxing.

He said Mahomes has the same "type" of ability. He has so much talent that he can break the traditional "rules" and do things that no one else can do and, not only get away with it, but dominate while doing it. Just as Ali was a transformational boxer, Mahomes is a transformational QB.

I thought that observation was insightful.

I suppose Wally would be a lot like Angelo, then. A sensei who doesn't try to "rein in" the athlete and, instead, encourages them to let their natural ability shine through ... even if the style is considered unorthodox.

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Believe Tessatore was the announcer when Mahomes was pulling miracles in the LSU bowl game. So the MNF Broncos performance was not a shock to him, just more confirmation of what he already knew about Mahomes...like the rest of us who are actually paying attention and not just reading a box score.
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I found this comment of note ...

I was listening to "Move The Sticks" (I like Bucky) and they had Joe Tessitore as a guest. Tessitore does a lot of work in the NFL, but also with boxing.

Anyhow, they asked him about Mahomes and Tessitore said the best comparison is to Muhammad Ali. Why Ali, you ask? He said that Ali had so much talent that he was able to break "rules" in the ring ... keep his hands down, show his chin to his opponent, dance a man into fatigue while flicking jabs, etc. That was, of course, the beginning of an entirely new era in boxing.

He said Mahomes has the same "type" of ability. He has so much talent that he can break the traditional "rules" and do things that no one else can do and, not only get away with it, but dominate while doing it. Just as Ali was a transformational boxer, Mahomes is a transformational QB.

I thought that observation was insightful.

I suppose Wally would be a lot like Angelo, then. A sensei who doesn't try to "rein in" the athlete and, instead, encourages them to let their natural ability shine through ... even if the style is considered unorthodox.

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I think it is pretty telling that a lot of the talking heads aren't considering this a Mahomes vs Brady matchup, but rather, a Mahomes vs hoody affair.....
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I think it is pretty telling that a lot of the talking heads aren't considering this a Mahomes vs Brady matchup, but rather, a Mahomes vs hoody affair.....

It's almost as if Belichick not Brady runs the Patriots defense.
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I found this comment of note ...

I was listening to "Move The Sticks" (I like Bucky) and they had Joe Tessitore as a guest. Tessitore does a lot of work in the NFL, but also with boxing.

Anyhow, they asked him about Mahomes and Tessitore said the best comparison is to Muhammad Ali. Why Ali, you ask? He said that Ali had so much talent that he was able to break "rules" in the ring ... keep his hands down, show his chin to his opponent, dance a man into fatigue while flicking jabs, etc. That was, of course, the beginning of an entirely new era in boxing.

He said Mahomes has the same "type" of ability. He has so much talent that he can break the traditional "rules" and do things that no one else can do and, not only get away with it, but dominate while doing it. Just as Ali was a transformational boxer, Mahomes is a transformational QB.

I thought that observation was insightful.

I suppose Wally would be a lot like Angelo, then. A sensei who doesn't try to "rein in" the athlete and, instead, encourages them to let their natural ability shine through ... even if the style is considered unorthodox.

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