Jun 29, 2016|
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The heck is a social media editor she's gonna explain all of that. Really glad to talk with her and it does a super job out there she's the person behind a lot of it's up that you see on social media I'll let her explain thanks for coming I'm glad we can do this tonight. Think I have read Palestine. All right so tell us exactly what it is a social media editor does in today's world. It's a very ambiguous Serbs now I I mean you know all of the had built such immediate up arms switched our FaceBook Twitter apps that. It's your am contrasts YouTube. And until I kind of just. Make sure that there are and they're getting all the news and out on up on Iowa book drive out there. It's amazing you have to juggle all of them I've got a hard it's hard sometimes right you're going from. A Twitter to FaceBook YouTube especially if there's like big news for the team right you want to get it out there's quickest possible what's what's that like when there's a big you know news of the anti trade for somebody they signed for somebody something like that. Yes and so out what cool about the different platform that. They all kind of unique audience that you really have to tailor the content you know and at the breaking news story or the Platt. They on his program. If we find somebody we're not gonna throw a picture of them from there'll be not active on May it was built so. It might put that template and get it out there making pretty. Let them Twitter. You know it marked about the news and act trying to get in and the public on and so we're searching for. You know highlight. Or pictures of that guy kind of what he's all about he gives and blue collar. And then on such. You know it that's our biggest platform which I think some people. Forget these days because the other ones you know our RV. That finally used by armed. But at apple app for worse you know putting up the big. And making sure trance are the headlines. It's odd because. Am in other breaking news and then there is you know the kind of funds and thought that sometimes those even battered them. Back you know the football content and that's how we kind of cut on donating a platform and the difference at the new York and sit back that they want to hear. Have you had to become a better photographer in your life went over this job. I I I know I would go broadcaster on the side I kind of I'll have to have a a little bit tired or retired in video apparently the player that what school thinking I'd do that. But got I the other part of the camera trying to get that my good shot I leave all the you know it didn't stop to our our professionally and photographers but I am millions and get them up but yes but it it edit the tire and phone. Or not. That's right that's right that that's the other thing I wanted get into wood that snapped chat is a Grammy for some people for me I'm not as much into those apps necessarily but me and I know they're huge and a lot of people. Really wanna see what's going on out just you know read something about it so what you said about Hillary how important is that the photography piece the actual visual piece here. Yes so. I mean the thing about our brand is we don't want put out you know content that's not. Eight top notch and with a photo top seller and you know there have been times that I've. We've had. An interesting content come through. But maybe somebody else's apnea are you know it's one of our players economic cold it. It's the content isn't you know professional look I'm I'm not platform is I think we want our brand look at all the time. There are guys you know it's funny it's the target oh at you know you get to glare from the on anything like that you kind of have to deal with that being imperfect platform. But it also really fun because it's a real time. And people feel like they're they're really behind the scenes you know I can put up. A video out that's that is the exact same video than it around but my brother has said before you know. I Felix and actually get you haven't seen them you know it's an elf right. And really love that real time. On what that's like that's that's been on ultrasound. Yes it's amazing I really I've been talking a lot on the show tonight partly because you're coming on and and the topic really has been about the changing landscape of. How we consume our sports as an example what I did tonight. Was I Paris sculpt the first segment. I'll program and it's crazy and you think about all these different ways in that you can contact these days with. When you're going to school which was even much more after I went to school gosh I went in the ninety's you know there was and we may have had you know. The Internet was in attendance he really what did you really ever think when you went to college that something like this would be on the horizon that you could actually make a living at it. Am so funny story I would that Turkey dinner it you know and it might amateur and clap our professor. Sport that's the kind of reporter and that but things aren't stop arguing here about 2000 times but not even outlawed and that. You I remembered thing. Add it up front and it diet. In other support immediate get back on it about once every story and yell about your. And it and I think back and all the time because it's so funny I'm at a during her career. And yet. An amazing event in its limited unit the bill. How much the land it has changed because there wasn't paid designated. Hitter until last year. So I kind of was in. Very useful and then on the analysts took over the team. They transitioned everybody kind of audit Meehan that bring new role of media editor and it's not something at all that I and that you don't buy it. I love it and it's it's it's on upon. And it's Rosenberg joins me here on the John Murphy shows how about you informer to be back. Next week the Boller on Twitter by the wishing you sportswear dollars let's they're there to 2000 tonight he's at 1725. We've done this McCormick I I take and I use the power of the John Murphy he'll I have done this before and that the follows just keep rising. He is on Twitter at ENIA and an A Stoll at thirty all the enemy. As T. OL's see now there are college classes on this and other because when you were there we just said no you couldn't do this. He didn't know that this was something now I think you can actually the most you can build a major and social media and college for all I know it's it's pretty crazy out exploded as an. That it's totally accurate I mean it even even even at it and you know I barely eat today as college classes are offered now and certainly I knew I was there but. The you know the rules you know they look at the algorithm and that kind of chain of people in her timeline as. We're constantly. Looking about it here how we better content you are fan and it changes even month over month. You know like we talk all the time what platform Mac because you really can't predict and bill you kind of have to. Ready and equities platform. You figure out the get out there but it is in in saint how quickly it changes and I'm sure by the times these are some of the black are completely different. Do you actually like get together. Let's say you know I don't know or and conference Israel a country like that with other people who do this like. And we elsewhere there's a coaching convention much safer coaches who is there a social media gathering for people that you can bounce ideas off of the things like that. That kind of so we actually went on national. A month ago and it's the digital media summit at Cowen. And wanted to include but every every year they bring every digital out of a felt there. Athens you know we've you'll probably that they that they were kind of violent because he's different city. And they really need to get a feel for what other impact on there and hear about how they have the same problem ever problems. All the organizations are structured differently other news I'm not an ethical way very. It's happening and what I'm pretty cool is that. You know since beating a lot of people have been more collaboration. Between the teams so. For instance. One of my favorite you know saying that that we got on a Popper but then. Running them as. When we where. About. And at that activity and and a steal it or not the women and so they are an interplay out. Another guy who you know don't like virtually every product. We don't want it but we're like hey if you go to the aren't you probably. About ugly out there and we ended up spending. Like off the back and forth that really resonated with fans which I think is is really the call you know access. Kind of speak on behalf of but also with the fans Rebecca what they're feeling and so we got back and forth at each other and they had to earn. It recovered for both our platform it was some of those be looking data content that we have out here. That's that's really all that's really called Tony some of the other to me some of the other engaging contents of the stuff you really enjoyed it's really been. Really good for people that they've had given you feedback that they've enjoyed. Bill yet a lot about me is some coy. For the Eagles and obviously you know going back there was a big for him and are off hyper around it and a girl. Who isn't legal here in Philadelphia she with a huge eagle fan and you get on a mile on. You know utility can't opinion that the bill is locked him at the personality character player as though. Nickel extra victory out is well and they and particularly you're dumping what was on. Though our senior department planned it that much on for the game would go and meet the young girl. And it turned and what they're thirteen minute that would be special no matter what and and then like that that I you know I think it's important. Am not the correct side are hurt. Our count out there here's our credit you so much. Great stuff that you know doesn't it light so. I was you know back there which looked on with a girl and kind of took a video on myself on not even in early lead in the trying to get let in on my camera make it pretty. Picketing at bringing a girl are talking your permanent signing security partner their family and it was a really magical moment. So likely out and I put it on FaceBook and it actually was these pop. Engage in post. In the entire article for the entire. And I felt acutely in the Al it was economic belt you know at Creighton number that's not and that happening but. I think balance my favorite even you know not only because at that well. Is that the front and behind it as. I think it really connect with our band and it was finally sell it it really has offered hurtful. Now that is amazing congratulations. To you on that that that's very very cool. I think fears would be H did know some like like like you know peek behind the curtain here do you get any. Heads up that you like of the stories coming down and they say you know we got to prepare and let you know for social media poster do you find out like like the rest of the fans do and then you got to go to somebody and say hey you know I gotta put something out about that you know how much of a level of knowledge you have about things before they happen. Boot secret yeah but. That you know in a perfect world. You know. I. I have lab with the team that we shouldn't you find out a lot of things in Japan. Not a sure I opt in with you know some are signed by the department has suffered something like back our art our very. Moderately information because there are now under certain channel really are a function of the PR department. But it wanna make sure that everything goat while we're ready has not rushing. Yes. I mean it depends on the news but. It's something I usually have a little bit has such as the you. Repair it and sometimes I need help. As a big enough story you know I we have a great team. I'm a social media people that worker who look for entertainment. And that we are protecting on things you know big. Old Africa and Libya Cuba is there really ignited by got something coming out sleep recurring call and then and then we got a better product. Yeah that's going to be nice of Doug Whaley ran in the third round pick by you but you know I know I mean idly elicit a. We're gonna be we're going to be this or what to think about that but of course I mean you have to. Just like any other entity in the organization you have to be able to do your job as best as can be so the better you can be prepared for that. You're better as a what's cool about you actually part of the organization I think that that's. That for a lot of fans you know who watch football a level where they watch it on TV every Sunday to hear what you do it pretty cool and your work in for an NFL team that's really cool. Yeah you know what and I and I forget that sometimes and that they did it's cool to remember that because. You know it isn't up for an actor and remaining got my daughter where everyday I I love that I I haven't gone to work any day ever and I think a lot you. Like you know on cap is now either activate something different everyday. When I hear your point about picking the bill I think you know. And not that anything. You know habits and apparently it while working and I'll get caught up Portland but I think the bill. Are a little bit actually that it is very much operates like family and I've been you know I I really intended to not in the reflection. But once I got and I I didn't auto accident at such a great organization and I promised I would say that everybody not to comment. I think that's a cynical about. My job and kind of important for the in general as I really feel that I have a party organization and part I think a bigger and got between the. Yeah no doubt about that and you know I I and I know that you travel I travel with the team icu it's a very it's very cool it allows us to do a lot of things in life that. We normally wouldn't be Laguna echo your sentiment it's it's it's pretty cold and he'll do that and of course you get to know the players on a level that. Many people never really get to in for me I'll say this CNN you can you know speak on this for mean I I am impressed more often than I'm ever not about. Their level of commitment to what they're doing to their craft in a really about their their lives their families and people like that and Bernard really what goes on behind the scenes of them I think to meet. That's really kind of brings it home and how cool it is. Actually I think you're exactly right about political partners it's not an act. You know their partner agency. Big aircraft is just a little bit more to find it and they got a different light but Erica I'm not. Topic man everyday and that. It it's cool you know you know what they're part of the organization and you know what they're covering the same holiday get what I'm feeling you he got that occasion. Is there in the building all the time and it in LA people aren't as focused on them and marched. That sometimes when they're doing army work as they they wanna be great and that number. I think you're probably right that. That was one of the greatest things about working in the at a salad that you really got to look by the curtain and know how much work goes into it. I'm appalled by the inside on him and every aspect even on the track of how much it kicked it quietly into the city. So yeah that that's it's amazing I'm like limit what's going on here it's crazy it's so that they physically tonight I think that's people all the time the people that. You know the average listener would never know who they are and that there running these things I say I can believe what you guys have to do every weekend when we travel it's unbelievable. Thing to go and that. What are your fine you know hundreds of people some 300 pound man you know I think it's it's like the map the process setting without adding everybody I'm. Getting ready to play the game athletic and a. No doubt about it you know and where do you see this going on as far as the new Leo digital age the platform because. I just told my listeners a story tonight the owner the Arizona Cardinals set eventually. He thinks games are gonna be on basically just on digital platforms we have Twitter that. No bid to do that this year really as legal Fortier technologically. How much more is out there are much more can we do. That's you know that's the million dollar option and I I don't want sight you know gonna Silicon Valley and that your career I don't know that also coming. But I think. It'll be until adapt to. You know because they're they're going to be a million different things in the next few years happened that we all know you're you include everybody covered anyway. How do. How to change where the way to look at it in the way they cover it till they get it out. Because it's changing cell. Note that YouTube was here. It's it's been like battered popping up everywhere and I can't exactly what OBE but I'm excited find out. No doubt how do you. I know you guys get more than ideally is when the team loses people get mad how do you deal with mean tweets and things like that. Well you know. I know I I know the feeling you get the blame for the night your team's because they lose it they come Boren and I know that. You know I. I love that I don't always look at. I certainly aren't unless I had five people reading them I would be looking every single one because. Literally news. They come in sell out. Here's during the day you know we may get a bad players that play we probably get. I would you know when he is 33. A minute is probably more. It is the Mercury. You know I don't like or does this protect. Therapy for. But you. Are the that. Side of it you know it just showed up at the empire. And I you know it is not caring about what I'm putting out there and it appeared at the hearing at the Davis Elena we're not the end of the right. Like I kind of look at it that way and then pop the light. You know reading a really really feeling all 88. No no doubt about it no doubt about those ingredients are by the way. How what do people want to get into this would have a young person listening said yeah that's really cool I I I don't know I'm good at talking on my acre in front of the camera. But man I think I am good at the social media thing I can bring bring people to gather what. How would they go about may be getting a job of that industry that feel that way. He. This generation has many unique advantage it. You know word coming. Of aids QB production although that time in the industry is trying to figure itself out and so we're kind of figure everything out as. And the I would. And I didn't invite you to any college student and I that I talk to you whatever profession they wanna go at it if you can write you can you're. I think it's like you know having a command and see the written word. Didn't ability to return cleared guilt itself reader repercussions it might southern clip back up at the credit broadcast. But a great week and trying to figure out how to get exactly what I want in 240 characters which are harder I I don't you know heart yes. And so I think. You know above all else. Knowing how to write. What got you in Q a number of different or a social media critic for the most important thing you know regardless of the as the cap is crucial. I think Saudi monopoly pieces. And thanks a lot for doing this continued success and by the way speaking of how to craft that. I just tweeted a video that too long ago my producer Mike to park his car was on fire on the way here at the video of that he say I think that eighth save thank goodness that's why I was ill and unable that kind of laugh about it he's laughing about it but people are coming strong with the jokes about it now and that's I think that's cool about social media to where we can make jokes about it but I think there's like there's lot of comedians out of work but these people think that they know how to do you know. Yes absolutely there are a lot of backseat drivers. You know let everybody everybody has a certain Ella. Yeah I thought that. All right thanks in a really appreciate continued success and not with Jenna training camp height what what do you do in the next six weeks I mean the T the teams out there that you saw the work I'm guessing you on a vacation we don't. Inner powers act and act in. July 4 without it it down an option the entire office got that nice little break apart now and out of the air it looked like before. You know we generalize about at the end of July and August. Yeah will be will be only dorm mates I'll see at a changeup pitcher for sure and I think CNN that is in us Rosenberg RG is the social media editor for the Buffalo Bills. And up the goal sports entertainment follow her on Twitter at in stalls a NN a ST a lousy. Of course follow the Buffalo Bills at Buffalo Bills well one court and Google sports and entertainment at the goal SE. Really awesome she was great he can you could tell by the way listening to in that she went. Originally the school to do this for a living to be. On camera and from MIA the talk. And now she's the social media editor and when you talk whether you can tell she has a personality that she actually just it's the social media editor she's very social and that's great and she's doing a lot of great things are very cool and again it's whether theme tonight that we're talking about. Howell consuming. Football has changed and is changing. And I wonder for you out there if you're overwhelmed by this if you don't like it if you love it and really. How it plays with the U 803055888. By picking duplicate the great job in there we really appreciate her joining us and I welcome your calls I wanna. Keep going on this a little bit when we get back and talk about. V. Good and the bad of you know where we're going with social with not a serious social media but digital platforms were the NFL and sports and how. Begin a put a great way she has put a great way she said. You know it's all trying to figure itself out here it is it's it's kind of funny you see in new social media site pop up one day and it's kind of gone. Within a few months we're always use an and they see another one like Twitter like she said her professors I wouldn't be around and here it is. And it's pretty much rules the roost right now social media. It's interesting how all that is happening so let's talk a little bit more about that plus. When we get back. I said a little while ago and I I wanna just got a touchdown again I am I wanna. Talk a little bit about the Johnnie men's L situation what's going on in. How on kind of tied up in knots over the way to feel about him and his situation things like that I'll explain when we come back after a timeout on the dumber be sure buffalo radio. What is going out my yankees. Myth five the one down now to Texas. They lost to her well after fighting her way back to 500 at that. I just I know they're not that good I guess now I know but I get excited when they get back to 500 because they think now they're gonna go on Iran. Other rose again tonight I don't want the Texas Rangers top of the fourth. Nationals a two nothing lead over the Mets seem score Indians over the Braves right now the insulin progress when nothing twins' lead the White Sox. No score between the Dodgers and the brewers or between the royals and the cardinals earlier today. Philadelphia beats Arizona 98 Baltimore one suited the Houston Astros suited Toronto. Detroit wins by scoring ten runs Chicago wins the nine runs table for nothing over Boston. At a big scores. In Major League Baseball HL big deals going on today big deals like with the trade deadline for her something it wasn't really but it seemed like it today. And Adam Larsson. Gets traded. From the New Jersey doubles. To the Edmonton Oilers for Taylor hall and I should say Taylor Hall retriever and a Marshall but I just. Wanted to go and Adam Morrison first because I can't believe that it's incredible trade it seems like they really. Really got worked over if you will through the Edmonton Oilers not sure what they're doing but they did. Terry one of the best young stars in the game Steagall best young offensive talents for a OK pretty decent defenseman. And then you had Shea Webber going from Nashville to Montreal for PK Sudan. And that's another one that to really really good players very high profile to an. Easing trade with anybody you don't see those very often and then the news of the day today in the NHL Stephen stamp goes he's staying in Tampa which by the way your sabres fan out there listening. Don't be mad about that it to me it was always a bonus of it would it come to buffalo I think the good news here is. He's not go to trial he's not going to Detroit he stays in Tampa it's good tied for hockey it's all right for the sabres they can move on with things okay with a cool. So there's your sports update here at the bottom of the hour in the job Murphy show on the awful those radio. A car update Mike you are his car was on fire on the way here he's the producer of the program. I wanna know though I put video on it here up on my Twitter feed at sell sports in just sort of videos. Mike is okay but if you watch the video you're like. You. Outed and that's great I wanna know Mike though. But you walked back. What about maybe fifty yards away from the parents seem like and it just it lets you video Mike are blowing up essentially is that what went through your head. It is. Emitting noise before sub well well this is interesting to me that my going to us to watch this I could easily happen movies sell yet. If it looks like a movie. It literally looks like. A movie with it a car is on fire and then it's gonna go portrait explode and there's a little explosion in there it didn't blow the whole thing away as the tires copying how is this idea how fast did you. How fast before all that was engulfed in flames. How quickly after you actually exited the vehicle have ever had your car breakdown of a flat tire to have I. I had a car breaking down in fact I'll take a quick stories not to the level of yours and it gave the bills announced Bruce Smith's numbers can be retired not too long ago here right couple months ago. I was driving to the stadium. To cover it for the the phone conference respect. My car of ten years a 180000 miles on it broke down on my ouster broad had to call tow truck. I couldn't make it there had had. Now the producer does a great job John movies producer course but anyway the point is yes I have since bought a new vehicle because of that. So yes I have had to happen but I did not exit the vehicle that blew up. Right that did not happen like ethics while thinking it's like you know you'd something happened that you hear little popping right in notes on just. Edition it's council has put that side of the oh goodness what happened here. And then I get out to the smoking and another guy pulled older thinking man you know it's smoking with looked pretty serious here. And then he goes well I an argument fire extinguisher lucky for him to extinguish a guy in the trucking guy than any and then. It's just got so big deals I can't handle this column I went like him openness that is so I'm glad you're okay now it really isn't crazy look in other IE. Yeah and that's it ticket outsell sports I tweeted I I I tag might you can. Follow him if you want what's it's looks like a movie with his. Is car is on fire exploding I just want to know like what went through your mind when you are walking back on what you say I'm gonna get video of this that's what I want now. Did you say I know it's kind of let my wife doesn't believe me off so I'm like yeah I'm like the pick a team like like radio network. I know I know you well you don't do that you'd you'd drive far enough that you're not to get out of work anyway nobody. And most you don't drive as our as you do for job anyway but. She do you really think you wouldn't believe. I knew she would write frequently get the big studio yet maybe she is she on Twitter we gotta tell you is that now and we can't show he will eventually buy it yet you need to text or that video. It's amazing I'm glad you're came in the that's that's something. Go check it out 80305 that the 888550. To buy fifty here on the job Murphy show and you know. I just I don't know how to feel about men's cell. If I should have sympathy anymore I want to I wanna have sympathy I should I do. And many you know. My wife's in the profession of counseling people who have addictions drug addictions alcohol addictions giant Intel has an addiction is a problem is a disease we know that that's what it is. And I have sympathy for people like that they need to have helped. I don't think giant Intel should be a Joker punch line I'm worried about him as a human being. Self destructing and quite frankly die. But Johnny Denzel does not make it easy for anyone to have some that the forum when. He's his own worst enemy and he doesn't wanna have helped and I know that's one of the hallmarks. But every time you turn around he's doing something that flies in the face of someone who cares about them trying to get him help whether it's the Cleveland Browns. Former players. The league itself or its own dad who last week called out for help his agent who's fired on. His his dad called upper help said. He's he's a drug he needs help his lawyer he said and tax accidentally. To the Associated Press saying oh my god we better not have to pee in a cup and now he's there he's suing or the fact they use it to mask but. I have a hard time. Having sympathy for someone I really wanna have set the war because you should for people like that. In the latest visits come out that he says he's gonna go sober he's got to get sober. After he goes to Kabul. In July 1 comes around and then he's gonna it's over. I mean. He isn't this what people say there I'm gonna do it it's like me if I said. I'm gonna go on diet right after Thanksgiving and going in the or whatever right after July 4 and going up now to get a doing in a do it yeah yeah Ahmadinejad and run the run five miles today. After her. This pat this next weekend. I mean that's what he's doing. But he's doing it here in a much more destructive manner than the examples I gave in to be quite honest. It's to the point now where. He shouldn't be allowed to play football. Anytime soon by anybody I don't think any team should welcome him in because I think that's kind of enabling behavior. He's also to the point where I'm not gonna be surprised. I just not it's it's morbid to say. I'm not saying this jokingly. Not to be surprised by open up. I turn on the Internet one day I go to war Twitter and I find out that Johnny Mann tells no longer with us at a very young age I just wouldn't be surprised if that happened there are people in life. That you just if you read it. Left us too soon because of destructive behavior. You say. Yeah I know I kind of not surprised it's tragic but not surprised and I and I hope that he winds of getting the help we need because. You hate seeing that happen. In the meantime he's got a teammate Josh Gordon who also has gone through his own demons and situations. And you don't know where his situation is really right now with the lead but he's trying to be reinstated. And it really wanted in in Durban some big false. Throughout sports history and throughout NFL history. You know you look at a guy like Todd or an image that was maybe that's one of the biggest falls ever and we can get an OJ of course I'm talking about guys when they played. Guys who came into the league and went downhill right away and spiral out of control Todd her image comes to mind right away that's one of them. Who is the other one arch leased their people remember him gambling. That was another one. Big balls and I think Johnny's. He should be right up there because he was a first round pick even though he really didn't play and become a full time starter for any length of time. He's one of those guys it's up there one of the bigger false that we seen. And you hope you hope for redemption story somewhere around around a corner hope for redemption story that winds up happening I don't see it with this guy. Would be great to see it be a nice story. I don't see. Andrew oxides the richest deal. In NFL history. He's getting 75 million dollars over the next three years from the Indianapolis Colts. That's a record. His 140 million dollars over the next six years is a record. That's adding in the New Year's a new money. And what this does now is it kinda throws. A little bit more out of whack it escalates at the thought it would nationally anyway I think we all knew this would happen. But it really put an exclamation point on the the franchise tag going up next year if the bills were ultimately. To franchise tag Tyrod Taylor they may do that we don't know. If they can't get an agreement with. Stephon Gilmore Tyrod Taylor tire he they may have to. Put a franchise tag on him and they can't get a agreement with Tyrod Taylor they may put a franchise tag on him there's two guys are really looking at here there's other free agent Robert Woods a free agent at the end of the year there are other guys. But these are the two we all know that that are really look at the big payday that. The team would like to keep in the fall. The way I see the situation now is I think what the team would really like to happen is other than getting both of them done that they can. Get one to get one done and then at least you have in your holes there that. Ability to keep the other for one more year to buy twelve more months of negotiation. He could wind up being where they sign. Gilmore. They tag tailor it could wind up being with a sign Taylor they tag Gilmore they might not sign either of them and then have the choice to make. It's going to be interesting to see how all this plays out. Over the next what nine months. 910 months now. Proof was today today's the 29. Training camp and a month and a day. Crazy to think about. 803055888550. To 550. Wanna talk about the article I did again today that I wanna may be get into a little bit more tomorrow if we can hear on the program and allow you to go read it. At that WGR pipe at the check out what it is is. The best individual. Seasons. For bills players. In the playoff drought so even though they haven't made the playoffs in sixteen seasons. Through those sixteen seasons. There have been. Several. That are pretty darn could you forget about maybe even. So go check it out. At the BGR package that comets and more sports headlines now because of all the hockey news today kind of push it down the best individual seasons during the bills' playoff drought. And what I'll do this year I will she take a timeout and then come back and tell you what they are you haven't read it all keep in suspense. And tell you what those seasons are so that party released and I can do that that the academy queue weight but I'll do that make you wait through the break at least. And I'll give you those best individual seasons. During the bills' playoff drought according to pro football references. Approximate value where they place a number on all of these we'll do that when we come back here on the dumber feature. So the pro football reference approximate value. Puts a value on every single player's individual seasons since 1950 in puts a value on their career. Pretty amazing stuff the highest value they ever gave any bills player. Was the OJ Simpson in 1975 season not the year he ran for over 2000 yards but only two years later which is amazing. The highest offensive value they ever gave anybody for the bills is Bruce Smith in 1996. Actually. Not when he was in this horrible years it was after that. Pretty crazy stuff you confided a pro football reference to what I did was I sorted. Just from the drought area era the 2000 season until now this past season. And said what are the best seasons according to their approximate value. It's really. Cool to kind of look back about some of these players in their seasons in the hat and I broke it down for aria I wrote about it to be your pipe and dot com. Number I'll give you the top ten. It's actually top eleven because there five and then number six section tie between six different players with a approximate value of thirteen that's the number again. And the sixth of players in the season's. That we're tied for the six spot on the list work Ruben Brown in 2002 yet offensive linemen they put yell something on value on them. Started sixteen games a year bills' offensive line finished with a second highest points in total yards in any year of the drought is a pro bowler. That year 2002 Travis Henry ran behind remember around. Over 14100 yards in the ground 300 yards receiving hit eight in the NFL new York and scrimmage that year. Also 2006 tied for the six that season record to this list. Aaron Schobel it 200614. Sacks in 83 tackles he had four forced fumbles man. He was good day here CJ Spiller 2012. Over 12100 yards rushing six point oh yards a carry which tied for outburst in the entire NFL. For running backs yells at another 439 yards receiving six the NFL in yards from scrimmage. Last year Tyrod Taylor he makes a last year tied to the six best season. 63%. Passing over 3000 yards twenty touchdowns six interceptions also rehab for 568 yards. Second in the NFL in rushing yards per attempt. Hit the NFL in passing yards per attempt. And Mario Williams in 2013. Is one of the players tied for this thirteen sacks which was fortunately 38 tackles as well. That year the top five seasons though during the drought the top five seasons for bills players during the drought Drew Bledsoe in 2002. His first year for the bills. Through the first six games a team average over 32 points a game amaze. They scored less than 31 points only once in that time. He threw over 4359. Yards the second most in his career the second most in the league that season when he for touchdowns as well. Here's a great season I forgot about how great it was really really good number four analyst Terrence McGee in 2004. How about this which they we get. Three interceptions fifteen passes defensed 92 tackles two sacks. That's just on defense he also had thirteen 170 yards in kick returns. Three of them gone for touchdowns a 104 yard return to open up the game we thirteen at Miami that week that year amazing. While the Yuma fifteen. Tied at the second best season during the drought Takeo Spikes in 2004. And Marcel Darius in 2014 both without a seventeen rating. Spikes. 96 tackles three sacks five interceptions took two back for touchdowns that year. Marcella 2014. Boy he was he was a monster ten sacks 49 tackles a pass defense forced fumble he had a game in Detroit where he was. He sacked Matt Stafford three times he also had five solo tackles that day another game that year he had three sacks and seven tackles against the chiefs and we tent. And the best season of any bills player individually during the drought accord a pro football referenced in eighteen. Approximate value was given a Mario Williams in 2014. That seniors Carrey's yes of course he was helped out -- haven't our Jason Williams Kyle and Jerry Hughes and aligned with them. He was amazing that year fourth in the NFL fourteen half sacks 42 tackles two passes defensed a pair forced fumbles. First team all NFL by the AP in the pro football writers only four games at sixteen when he didn't get at least a half a sack had at least one sack in ten different games that year. So there ego check it out. WGR fight to get back out I wanna. Kind of piggyback on this tomorrow. I have a topic for you ready unless something happens where we gotta talk about something else. And we'll bring it to the table tomorrow for in the meantime. Thanks let them like to Ari we joke about his car but I'm glad he statement that he made it here on time producer of the program thanks a lot installs amber. Bill social media editor trip to get to be with her and outside and felt. Of drafting that's up about you talk to tomorrow night in the John Murphy show.