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Ryan Kalil Interview w/ Rich Eisen

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http://richeisen.nfl.com/2013/12/03/rich-eisen-podcast-rainn-wilson-and-ryan-kalil/

 

Starts at 2/5th of the way into the podcast

 

- Addresses slow start, that he had a feeling that the team would turn it around due to hard work

 

- Talks about Cam Newton, the unfair media scrutiny, his standing in the locker room

 

- Says New Orleans game deserves the hype, volume is up there

 

- Loves Riverboat moniker because Ron hates it, says Ron's always been a great coach

 

- Touches on USC hiring Sarkasian

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Who is Ryan Kalil? Is that him standing beside Rich Eisen the picture on the posted link? He looks like a farmer, not some media guy or team reporter.

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Who is Ryan Kalil? Is that him standing beside Rich Eisen the picture on the posted link? He looks like a farmer, not some media guy or team reporter.

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Who is Ryan Kalil? Is that him standing beside Rich Eisen the picture on the posted link? He looks like a farmer, not some media guy or team reporter.

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These guys on First Take are a joke. 

 

Instead of them saying, "Thank God Cam's teammates finally stepped up". Instead they say, "now he's learned  that he doesn't have to do it all". 

 

And instead of Stephen A. Smith stating, 'Well the media was wrong blaming their losing on Cam'. Instead he essentially says 'whooptedamdoo'; saying, 'so what he's learned he doesn't have to do it all', like it was no big deal. And he still doesn't mention Rivera becoming a better coach, though he referenced him. 

 

Such biased reporting. They can never just give Cam a straight compliment, or challenge/criticize his teammates or coaches for their lack of production (as if Cam could stop them from producing altogether). SMH

 

And though Herm Edwards briefly mentioned Cam's great situational Football, he still had to use the defense as a crutch to Cam. It just goes to show, when a show wants to have a certain agenda, they will do it. 

 

And they called Cam's 2012 a bad year (unless they're talking about the won/loss record). SMH/LOL

 

Gotta Luv ESPN

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Who is Ryan Kalil? Is that him standing beside Rich Eisen the picture on the posted link? He looks like a farmer, not some media guy or team reporter.

 

I hope to God you are joking...

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These guys on First Take are a joke. 

 

Instead of them saying, "Thank God Cam's teammates finally stepped up". Instead they say, "now he's learned  that he doesn't have to do it all". 

 

And instead of Stephen A. Smith stating, 'Well the media was wrong blaming their losing on Cam'. Instead he essentially says 'whooptedamdoo'; saying, 'so what he's learned he doesn't have to do it all', like it was no big deal. And he still doesn't mention Rivera becoming a better coach, though he referenced him. 

 

Such biased reporting. They can never just give Cam a straight compliment, or challenge/criticize his teammates or coaches for their lack of production (as if Cam could stop them from producing altogether). SMH

 

And though Herm Edwards briefly mentioned Cam's great situational Football, he still had to use the defense as a crutch to Cam. It just goes to show, when a show wants to have a certain agenda, they will do it. 

 

And they called Cam's 2012 a bad year (unless they're talking about the won/loss record). SMH/LOL

 

Gotta Luv ESPN

 

That's how those guys on first take roll.  They never want to commit to giving players (all sport included) credit where it's due, that way, if need be, they can cover their ass, jump off the bandwagon and say I was skeptical or never really on board with said player(s) getting all this credit and attention.  Unfortunately, It's gonna take winning a SB to get the credit that not only cam and riverboat ron deserve at this point, but the whole team, especially from the first take "crew" and pretty much the majority of ESPN.

 

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Good interview. thanks for posting

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Who is Ryan Kalil? Is that him standing beside Rich Eisen the picture on the posted link? He looks like a farmer, not some media guy or team reporter.

You should have kept lurking.

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