The Bobby Valentine Sport Show: Episode 10

The Bobby Valentine Sport Show: Episode 10

The Bobby Valentine Sport Show: Episode 10

Hello, everyone, welcome back to another episode of The Bobby Valentine Sport Show, and I’m your host Frank Ramppen, like always. And it is the first week of the NFL season. The NFL has finally returned, and this is going to be episode one of the NFL Sports Show. So, we’re gonna get right into week one as it has been a long-awaited off-season waiting for this to get down. Week one of the NFL season; Sunday was yesterday, filming on Monday. One more game left tonight, Bills vs. Jets, but almost every team has played. We’re gonna get into the first episode of the new NFL season. Very exciting stuff. And as you can tell, we got the Marcus Allen Super Bowl action. We got Raider stuff all over the place. If you can’t tell yet, Raiders, that’s me. Okay, so we’re gonna dive right into it, and same way we do the baseball, and we’re going to start off with a weekly recap, right? And so, like I said, week one of the NFL season is finally here, and I could not be more excited. Let’s go! Like I cannot be more excited. I was so amped up yesterday to hear Scott Hansen on the red zone, seven hours of commercial free football starts now. And I was losing my mind. It was awesome.

So, same thing we’re going to try to keep this a little bit similar here because we’re going to do baseball and football for about a month here, about a month and a half until the MLB season wraps up, that’s playoffs too. So, the hottest team after I guess week one, very small sample size, clearly because everyone’s only played one game, but last night, today’s a Monday morning, but you’ll see this whenever this week. Sunday Night Football in East Rutherford, New Jersey, Cowboys vs. Giants. Oh my goodness, arguably the biggest blowout in the history of the NFL for a week one game. Very, very disappointing start for the Giants, and I mean great start for the Cowboys. That defense looks absolutely insane. It was the first time in the history of the Cowboys franchise that their first two touchdowns in a season were not on the offense. The first one was a blocked kick for a touchdown and then a pick-six a couple of minutes later. So, that game started off real bad for the G-men and only got worse. I think it was what, 26-0 at halftime, ended up losing the game 40 to nothing. And I mean, that first drive for the Giants, I mean, Saquon had a couple of nice runs, Daniel Jones had a couple of nice runs, they were moving down the field nicely, and then that low snap that went under Daniel Jones’ legs killed them, set up for the field goal, blocked field goal touchdown. They got the ball back immediately, had a big sack, and then the pick six. So, it was tough to watch, and for all you Giants fans, I’m, by having been friends with a lot of Giants fans, must have been a very, very bad night. I feel for you. You know, because I’m a Raiders fan, you know, you’ve seen some things that we’ve done. You see that last Super Bowl, yeah, uh-huh, yeah, 50 years ago, um, or I guess 40. Um, and then we’re gonna go with, so we always did the outfield play of the week segment. It’s coming up soon, but no outfielders in this sport, obviously. So, we’re just gonna go with our play of the day, play of the day from Sunday.

And I’m not sure if you guys saw Jaguars vs. Colts. Anthony Richardson was making his first career start at home against the Jacksonville Jaguars and Trevor Lawrence. And this game was actually very close, the Colts played very well. It was a very contested game until the end. The Jaguars kind of pulled away a little bit. But I mean, I was actually very impressed with this entire Colts team and Anthony Richardson. Like, so pretty good stuff for them. But we’re gonna go into about five minutes to go in the second quarter here. Jaguars going in just inside the Red Zone, and a 2nd and 13 play. And we’re gonna pull this up here, Trevor Lawrence going to take the snap, take a couple of steps back, and he’s going to loft one to the far right corner of the end zone. And look at that throw and catch. Trevor Lawrence and Zay Jones, that connection was unbelievable. I watched this live yesterday on RedZone, and when he made this throw, it went up, I was like, ‘Oh, oh, oh,’ and then he just, Zay Jones scooted right around. He just outran him, outran the defender, perfectly thrown ball, great catch by Zay Jones as well, able to keep both feet in, secure the ball. And if they show this other replay, he basically caught the top of this football, like right here, but it was like that. Pretty crazy stuff, look at this right here. You see that? And then he takes his left hand off it because he’s just right here. Perfectly executed throw and catch there. Zay Jones, Trevor Lawrence. Trevor Lawrence looked very, very good yesterday. I have him on one of my fantasy teams, and that’s very encouraging. But Trevor Lawrence looked very, very, very good. And I know there’s like not everyone believes in him, which I kind of think is crazy. I think he’s going to be very good. He’s very young; he’s only going to get better. I think the end of his last year, that playoff game when they beat the Chargers after that, they’re down 27 nothing, 28 nothing. I think he’s for real. I think he’s for real with that flow, still looks like a college boy, you kidding me?

Um, next segment here, we’re gonna get into the game of the week segment, and there’s just no doubt. No doubt the game of the week came from Sofi Stadium in Inglewood, California, between the Los Angeles Chargers and the Miami Dolphins. And what an absolute shootout this game was. Oh my goodness, if you didn’t open the fantasy mobile app, you didn’t watch any football yesterday, and Tyreek Hill absolutely torched, torched this LA Chargers defense for 60 Minutes. Six. Oh my, like, we’re gonna get into it here, but oh my goodness, this was an unbelievable game in the four o’clock window. Right, and we’ll get it started.”

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