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Tell Me About It With Jade Iovine
We're Bed People (Not Bad People) with Casey Wilson

Tell Me About It With Jade Iovine

Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2022 71:08


Casey is a dream TMAI guest. First of all, she, like me, is fluent in Real Housewives and dropped the most shocking Housewives truth bomb in this episode that absolutely shook me to my core. Secondly, she wrote one of my favorite books, The Wreckage of My Presence, in which she generously details ALL of her cringiest moments and bad feelings. She also shines a light on a formative childhood experience that she and I both went through and commiserated about extensively.    We talked about getting fired from SNL, losing her mom, finding love after rejection, the mystique and rulebook of the “cool girl” and how we have both nurtured (...and resisted) our undying and unwavering devotion to bed.    Casey Wilson is an actress, writer, director and podcaster. You know her from Happy Endings, Saturday Night Live, The Shrink Next Door, Marry Me, Black Monday, Mrs. Fletcher, and Curb Your Enthusiasm, as well as films such as Gone Girl, Julie and Julia, and Always be My Maybe. Casey co-wrote and co-starred in the movies Bride Wars and Ass Backwards with her longtime collaborator June Diane Raphael. Alongside Danielle Schneider, she co-hosts the hit podcast Bitch Sesh. Her directorial debut, Daddio, premiered at SXSW and TIFF. Casey lives with her husband and two young sons in Los Angeles.   Seriously, go buy The Wreckage of My Presence. I cannot recommend this book enough. You'll feel like you're hanging with your best friend who has the best stories, and you won't want it to end.    Executive Producer Nick Stumpf Produced by Catherine Law Edited and Engineered by Brandon Dickert See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

CNBC's
Retail Wrecks the Market, But Is There More Pain to Come. 05/18/22

CNBC's "Fast Money"

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 44:26


Another monster earnings miss in the retail sector sent Target to its worst day since Black Monday and took the rest of the market with it. But fear was felt across sectors. Will there be more pain to come or have we finally seen the worst? Plus gas prices surging to records across the country. What it means for inflation and the consumer.

Frame & Reference Podcast
53: "The Afterparty" DP Carl Herse

Frame & Reference Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2022 47:28


On this weeks episode of the Frame & Reference Podcast Kenny talks with cinematographer Carl Here about the Apple TV+ show "The Afterparty." You might also know Carl from his work on shows like "Barry", "Black Monday", and "The Last Man on Earth." Enjoy the episode! Follow Kenny on Twitter @kwmcmillan Frame & Reference is supported by Filmtools and ProVideo Coalition. Filmtools is the West Coasts leading supplier of film equipment. From cameras and lights to grip and expendables, Filmtools has you covered for all your film gear needs. Check out Filmtools.com for more. ProVideo Coalition is a top news and reviews site focusing on all things production and post. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for the latest news coming out of the industry. Check out ProVideoCoalition.com for more!

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast
Black Monday 2: Electric Boogaloo – Ep 808

The Peter Schiff Show Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2022 41:30


· Investors resorted to indiscriminate selling amidst today's carnage. · The Fed can't do the impossible. · Housing foreclosures will go through the roof. · Covid shutdowns were just a dress rehearsal for what's coming next. · Weak hands sold precious metals today. Thanks to The Jeffrey Verdon Law Group. Go to https://jmvlaw.com and mention my name for 50% off your initial consultation. Join my Locals community to get The Peter Schiff Show ad-free and a day early! Plus get access to special live reports and Q&As. Visit https://peterschiff.locals.com/ to become a member. Invest like me: https://schiffradio.com/invest RATE AND REVIEW on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/PeterSchiff/reviews/ SIGN UP FOR MY FREE NEWSLETTER: https://www.europac.com/ Schiff Gold News: http://www.SchiffGold.com/news Buy my newest book at http://www.tinyurl.com/RealCrash Follow me on Facebook: http://www.Facebook.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Twitter: http://www.Twitter.com/PeterSchiff Follow me on Instagram: https://Instagram.com/PeterSchiff

First Take SA
Afriforum heading to Supreme Court of Appeal over the old South African flag

First Take SA

Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2022 8:32


Civil rights organisation Afriforum is heading to the Supreme Court of Appeal next week to fight against the banning of the old South African flag. In 2019 the Equality Court declared that the gratuitous display of the apartheid flag amounts to hate speech. The Nelson Mandela Foundation took Afriforum to court after some Black Monday protesters displayed the old flag in 2017 during demonstrations against farm murders. The Nelson Mandela Foundation and the South African Human Rights Commission will oppose AfriForum's appeal application. For more on this application, Elvis Presslin spoke to AfriForum's head of policy and action, Ernst Roets and CEO of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, Sello Hatang

Thoughts On Money [TOM]
Bondtastrophe

Thoughts On Money [TOM]

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 8, 2022 36:24


When it comes to financial markets, many of us have these same particular dates seared into our brains: The Great Depression 1929. Black Monday, October 19, 1987. The Dot-Com Bubble of the late ‘90's. The Financial Crisis of 2008. These are all memorable dates of when the stock market misbehaved. It wasn't the entirety of the financial markets that took a beating during these events, but rather just the stock market. In 1929-1932 the stock market returns were such -8.30%, -25.12%, -43.84%, -8.64%. During those same years the US Treasury Bond returns were +4.20%, +4.54%, -2.56%, +8.79%. Here are some snips from USA Today on October 20, 1987 (the day after Black Monday): “As panicked investors scrambled to grab what money they had left, the Dow Jones industrial average spun into a dizzying free fall, losing 508.32 points to close at 1738.41 Monday. The Dow's one-day loss of 22.6% destroyed the record set by the 12.8% plunge on Oct. 28, 1929, Black Monday… Yields on 30-year Treasury bonds fell Monday to 9.94%. But the bonds still are a relatively risk-free lure for investors frightened by the risk of stocks. Although the Fed always feels the pressure to keep rates down, West Germany and Japan have raised their interest rates, forcing USA rates up to remain competitive.” Links mentioned in this episode: http://thoughtsonmoney.com http://thebahnsengroup.com

Daily News Brief
CP Daily News Brief 03/10/2020

Daily News Brief

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 1053:17


This is Toby Sumpter with your CrossPolitic Daily News Brief for Tuesday, March 10, 2020 https://www.wsj.com/articles/crude-prices-collapse-after-saudi-pledge-to-boost-output-11583748166?ns=prod/accounts-wsj David Hodari at the Wall Street Journal reports: Oil prices recorded their biggest one-day crash since the first Gulf War in 1991 on Monday.  Saudi Arabian state oil giant Aramco's move over the weekend to cut most of its official selling prices triggered the oil-price crash, with a barrel of Brent crude, the global gauge of prices, closing down 24% at $34.36. Saudi officials also said the kingdom is planing to boost crude output. An “oil price war unequivocally started this weekend” said Damien Courvalin, head of energy research at Goldman Sachs, adding that the price cuts were Saudi Arabia's biggest according to some measures in at least 20 years. The tumble puts oil at its lowest level in four years and 50% below a peak hit Jan. 6. U.S. crude futures fell 25% to $31.13 a barrel, also posting their worst day since 1991 and ending the day at a four-year low. There was already growing concern that supply of oil could be outpacing demand, and with demand already down 2.5 million barrels a day in the first quarter of 2020. China accounted for 1.8 million barrels of that drop. Another contributor to the lessoning demand could be the warmest winter on record in the Northern Hemisphere. But the immediate culprit, or at least what seems to be adding additional uncertainty and pressure is Covid-19, the coronavirus that began in Wuhan province China. Mass quarantines beginning in China seem to have played a major role in slashing crude oil demand.  Italy is the latest nation to have taken extreme measures to contain the spread of the virus. Some 17 million are on lockdown, including the cities of Milan and Venice. The increased enforcement of the regionwide quarantine that was instituted Sunday comes as total known infections in Italy reached 9,172, surpassing the number of cases in South Korea to become the most-affected country after China. The death rate in Italy, where 463 people have died while infected with the virus, is higher than in any other country, sitting currently at 5%. But even that number is hard to track, given the fact that not all infections are known or documented. Italian prisons cancelled visiting hours causing inmates to riot in a 27 prisons on Sunday and Monday.  But remember everybody, COVID-19 is a bad flu. This means that it does present an additional threat to the elderly and those with other weakened immune systems or respiratory issues, but on the whole, healthy people who contract COVID-19 will be laid out for a few days and then recover. Surely, that's always a hardship and inconvenience but nothing to panic about, nothing to stockpile supplies for our or steal face masks over. The real danger is what self-serving panic can do. It really can create cycles of more panic, which in turn does great harm and damage to others around you. But this kind of panic thrives in a culture that is deeply afraid of death. Christians love life and we are duty bound to protect it, but we are not afraid of death or dying. For us to live is Christ and to die is gain. Either we win or we win. But I don't think we quite realize just how practical that conviction is. But maybe God has given us the coronavirus to remind Christians of this fact. We need not live like the pagans, slaves to fear of death. We have met Jesus, and He is the resurrection and the life.   And by the way, Fox Phoenix reports that China now has more recovered coronavirus patients than people still infected.  Wall Street Panic Breaker https://www.wsj.com/articles/traders-closely-watching-circuit-breakers-thresholds-11583761223 Akane Otani from the Wall Street Journal reports that Stock trading was briefly halted Monday for the first time since 1997 after a tumultuous selloff triggered an automatic curb on trading. Just minutes after the stock market opened, the S&P 500 fell 7% from its previous close—triggering a circuit breaker that halted trading across the entire stock market for 15 minutes. When trading resumed at 9:49 a.m. ET, major indexes managed to come off their lows and hold above them. The modest reprieve in selling suggested the circuit breaker succeeded in doing what regulators and exchange officials had designed it to do decades ago: give hedge funds, institutional investors and day traders in the midst of a sharp selloff some time to pause and reassess the situation before firing off more orders. This is like time-out for stock traders. Take a deep breath, think about what you're doing.  Officials introduced circuit breakers after the Black Monday crash of 1987, which sent the S&P 500 tumbling 20%. Many believed the crash had been exacerbated by exchanges flooded by buy and sell orders, and that a mechanism to temporarily halt trading might have helped clear the backlog and calm markets. That led to the creation of the circuit breaker. But even though the mechanism's history dates back decades, before Monday, there was only one other instance—Oct. 27, 1997—when marketwide circuit breakers were triggered. On that day, nicknamed “Bloody Monday” by the traders who lived through it, exchanges halted trading twice: once for a half hour when the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 350 points, and then the second time for the rest of the trading day when the blue-chip average fell 550 points, which at the time was equivalent to a 7.2% drop. At the time, the threshold for circuit breakers being triggered was pegged to point changes in the Dow. The 1997 episode quickly spurred debate among exchange officials, traders and the Securities and Exchange Commission about whether they should shift to percentage levels, not points, to determine when to halt trading—especially since the stock market's ascent had rendered a move of 350 points in the Dow less and less significant on a percentage basis. Officials have subsequently revised the circuit breakers multiple times, most recently after the flash crash of 2010. On that day, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell nearly 1,000 points, or 9.2%, and then rebounded in a matter of minutes, spurring panic among traders scrambling to figure out what spurred the sharp moves. Because the threshold for an initial marketwide trading halt was set at a 10% decline in the Dow, the frenzied trading was allowed to continue.  In the aftermath of the flash crash, officials revised their guidelines for trading halts, resulting in the system that is in place today. Once the S&P 500 drops 7% from its previous close before 3:25 p.m. ET, trading is halted for 15 minutes. After that, it would take a drop of 13% before 3:25 p.m.—in this case, the S&P 500 falling to 2585.96—for the next circuit breaker to kick in. That would kick off another 15-minute trading halt. The final threshold for a trading halt is pegged to a decline of 20%. Once the S&P 500 has fallen that much in a single day, trading would be halted for the rest of the day. The market has never triggered trading halts tied to 13% and 20% declines since modern circuit-breaker guidelines went into effect in 2013. But again, do not miss the fact that pagans must institute these checks on their fears and panic. This is what causes the markets to crash: selfishness, greed, fear, panic – stir together with a heavy doses of moral blindness and you have a cocktail ready for depression. What we have today is all of that riding on the back of the old, rotting carcass of Christendom. That old, rotting carcass includes a lot of old timey values of hard work and truth telling and creativity mixed together with all the paganism resident in the unregenerate human heart. This is what allows the economy and stock market to work so well despite our sin and folly, with dashes of common grace sprinkled throughout. But we must not miss the fact that economies and markets function in God's world. Math works because God exists. Creativity and hard work matter because this is God's world and He made it that way. But none of this is automatic. We do not deserve God to bless our markets or economy. We have turned away from God, and we deserve to panic. And if we continue to pursue or own ways, no circuit breaker can stop it. We have sown nothing but wind for the last 75 years and more, and it is not whether but when the whirlwind is coming.  Breakline Bernie & Sleepy Joe Face of in Tuesday's Primary in Michigan Finally, and just real quick: The Midwestern battleground of Michigan is voting on Tuesday in the democratic primary. This will be the first day Democrats cast a ballot since voters whittled the race down to two candidates a week before. Pundits are watching to see if there are any significant signs from voters about the way the rust-belt states may swing in November. Trump was the first Republican to win Michigan since George Bush Sr. as well as a number of the other rust-belt states. And of course Trump and company are watching closely, trying to gear up for the head to head in the Fall. Will Trump face the man whose sentences don't make sense or the man whose sentences don't make any sense?  But Trump is not far behind either man. Man is but dust, but a breath, and greatness is with the Lord God of the Universe. Trump has been far more friendly to Christians and the Christian cause than many expected, but unless he and the Republican party humble themselves before Christ, they will all be speaking jibberish in a few minutes. And by that I mean putting preferred pronouns next to their names and calling men in dresses women.  This is Toby Sumpter with Crosspolitic News. You can find this show and all the others on the Fight Laugh Feast Network at Crosspolitic.com or Fightlaughfeast.com or on our app, which you can download at your favorite app store, just search “Fight Laugh Feast”. Support Rowdy Christian media, and become a Fight Laugh Feast Club Member, and for a limited time you can get your very own Fight Laugh Feast t-shirt. You can't get these anywhere else except by becoming a member while supplies last. You are also getting access to tons of content, including most recently, 2.5 hours with David French at a BBQ joint in Nashville, over an hour with Economist Walter Williams in his living room in Philadelphia, a couple of hours with Black Guns Matter Maj Toure and Pastor-Rapper Curt Kennedy in a look bookshop in Fishtown, Philly, as well as Gary Demar's God and Government and No Limits Eschatology, and our very own Worldview Shotgun Series. You also get $100 off your registration for our first annual Fight Laugh Feast Conference, where we hope to meet many of you in Nashville, TN October 1st through the 3rd. Go to fightlaughfeast.com to register now. Have a great weekend. https://flfnetwork.com/coming-soon/

Lead With Your Brand!™
S3E10 : International Women's Day : Michelle Alban, Puja Vohra, Paula Madison

Lead With Your Brand!™

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 34:50


In honor of Women's History Month, we'll be amplifying the voices and career stories of amazing female leaders throughout March with Women On Brand! Check out LeadWithYourBrand.com/WomenOnBrand for all of the incredible shows from the past three seasons. To celebrate International Women's Day, we are highlighting some of our favorite conversations with three fantastic entertainment and media executives. Our guests include Michelle Alban, Vice President of Communications and Social Impact for Paramount Global Networks Americas, Puja Vohra, Executive Vice President of Marketing and Strategy at Showtime Networks, and Paula Williams Madison, the Chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management LLC and Eight Madison Media Works. These three powerhouses exemplify what it means to #BreakTheBias. Guest Bios Michelle Alban Vice President of Communications and Social Impact for Paramount Global Networks Americas Michelle leads the development and execution of all internal and external communications strategies, as well as social impact projects for ViacomCBS Networks Americas, which includes Latin America and is based in the Miami office. Alban brings over 15 years of international communications, public affairs and media industry experience to the role and is a proud veteran of the US Air Force. Puja Vohra Executive Vice President, Marketing And Strategy, Showtime Networks Inc. In her role, Vohra oversees the marketing of all SHOWTIME original programming, including award-winning series such as BILLIONS, THE CHI, BLACK MONDAY, YOUR HONOR, THE GOOD LORD BIRD and THE L WORD: GENERATION Q. She also oversees its full-funnel media efforts, promotions, digital strategy and social media, as well as brand strategy and analytics. Vohra is a seasoned leader with over two decades of experience working with leading brands around the world. Paula Williams Madison Chairman and CEO of Madison Media Management LLC and 88 Madison Media Works Inc. In 2011, Madison retired from NBCUniversal, where she had been Executive Vice President of Diversity as well as a Vice President of the General Electric Company (GE), then the parent company of NBCU. During her 22 years with NBCU, she held a number of successful leadership roles, including President and General Manager of NBC4 Los Angeles, Los Angeles Regional General Manager for NBCU's Telemundo TV stations and Vice President and News Director of NBC4 New York. She was also named one of the “75 Most Powerful African Americans in Corporate America” by Black Enterprise Magazine. Links To learn more about Lead With Your Brand system, please visit: LeadWithyYourBrand.com To book Jayzen for a speaking engagement or workshop at your company, visit: JayzenPatria.com

The Bill Michaels Show
HR 1 -- Packers Black Monday

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 45:08


-Bill reacts to the Packers loss to the 49ers (0:00) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Survivor Whispers
Sports Whispers Weekly 1-22-22

Survivor Whispers

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 179:00


The coaching carousel has begun within the NFL as multiple coaches and executives were victims of the NFL's annual Black Monday. So which spots are the most lucrative for an upcoming head coach to fill? Could we see any college coaches make the jump to the pros? Has Ben Roethlisberger played his final NFL down in the Steelers Wild Card loss to the Kansas City Chiefs? With the NBA Trade Deadline just three weeks away, who could be on the trade block? What moves have already been made by some teams? Discuss all of this and more SATURDAY NIGHT as Jim Early and Missyae Productions present another edition of the Missyae Podcast: Sports Whispers Weekly! 

LAST WORD RADIO
Necessary Roughness Podcast (EP 129): NFL Super Wild Card Weekend Preview! Plus, Nik's Take on Black Monday

LAST WORD RADIO

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 62:56


In this episode of the Necessary Roughness Podcast, host Nikolas Donadic dives into the NFL Super Wild Card weekend matchups. He also explains why he understands the rationale behind the Dolphins firing of Brian Flores, discusses why Brandon Staley's questionable decision-making was evident throughout the year, and tries to talk himself into picking an upset this weekend. Enjoy the show and join us next weekend for the following episode!

BallHogSportsTalk
Cruise Control

BallHogSportsTalk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 72:08


College Football National Championship recap, Kodak Black loves NHL, Black Monday and NFL playoff preview, Klay Day and the NBA, NCAA Basketball, & more. We absolutely will NOT agree so let's argue ... oops, we mean debate! #BallHogSportsTalk!

The Sack City Podcast
Ep. 174: TRC Top 5- Head Coach Vacancies

The Sack City Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 63:23


It's Rough Cut Rankings Thursday! What's the aftermath of Black Monday? The RC Ranks The Top 5 Head Coach Vacancies. Don't forget to vote for The Rough Cut for Sports Podcast of The Year! https://sportspodcastawards.com/categories/25#RCODVote For The Rough Cut In the 2022 Sports Podcast Awardshttps://www.sportspodcastawards.com/categories/25Brought To You By The Belly Up Sports NetworkSponsored by Yeetz Sunglasses:https://yeetzofficial.com/Use Promo Code: RCOD for 10% OffRoughcut Merchandise:https://www.bonfire.com/store/shop-rough-cut/Follow Us On Social Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoughCutSportsTwitter: https://twitter.com/RoughCut_SportsInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/theroughcutsportscast/Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCPO5II-X27FVACCc6qo30gQTiktok: https://www.tiktok.com/@theroughcutDon't Forget To Hit That Download ButtonLeave A Review, So We Can Be Better For You

Fin Too Deep
Victory Monday Turns Into Black Monday

Fin Too Deep

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 59:42


Hosts Reason and Neal Driscoll discuss the Dolphins week 18 33-24 victory over the Patriots, the Flores firing, coaching candidates they like plus much more!

Across the Pond Sports Podcast
Black Monday Showdown

Across the Pond Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 65:05


Deb is sadly out with Covid, we wish her a speedy recovery.Stepping in to assist Dan is cofounder of Across the Pond Sports Network James Scott.What do you make of the coaching firing and who do we and who will be hired? And find out which job the James and Dan fancyKlay Thompson has returned to the NBA, what do we make of the return. Do we think Klay will actually make an impact with the Warriors after being out for 2 years?Our Wildcard weekend preview? Please share, rate and review our podcast we love to read your views on how we are doing. Also check us out at atpsports.nethttps://linktr.ee/atpsports#atpsportsnetwork #nfl #football #NBA #basketball #podcast #podcasting #podcasts #podcastlife #podcaster #applepodcasts #podcastshow #interview #entrepreneur #newpodcast #spotifypodcast #sportspodcast #newepisode #sports #funny #news #podcasthost #podcastsofinstagram #podcastaddict #googlepodcasts #linkinbio Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Down To The Wire 513
Down To The Wire 513 Ep 215 - Little Brother Finally, Beats Big Brother!

Down To The Wire 513

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 85:02


The Georgia Bulldogs FINALLY Knocks off Nick Saban and Alabama Crimson Tide. Hear Reaction to the Game from the guys and the Biggest Georgia Bulldog fan we know. The regular season of the NFL has come to an end, which means Monday was Black Monday for some Head Coaches. Who was Rightfully and Wrongfully Fired? NBA Biggest Headlines and Midseason awards, Super Wild Card Weekend edition of Rapid Fire!

Ninety-Nine Yards
What happened on Black Monday

Ninety-Nine Yards

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 34:31


In the first podcast of the year, the team discuss movers and shakers on Black Monday, as well as the best co-ordinators of the year, and records broken on the last day of the season

Pro Football Juice
2021 Week 18

Pro Football Juice

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 60:06


The playoffs are here you various homies! The fellas talk Black Monday and make some real money bets for the upcoming playoff games! It's bananas!!! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/profootballjuice/message

Jim and the King - NFL Podcast
NFL Week 18 Review

Jim and the King - NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 86:54


The regular season is over. And 2 of the 3 podcasters are happy! Jim, Punk Raider and Sour Dave are there to go through the games, the Black Monday firings, and then looking ahead to the Wildcard games. thefinaldown.com patreon.com/FinalDown

High Hopes Sportscast
S1 E13 Black Monday! And Big Ben gets one last chance at the playoffs!

High Hopes Sportscast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 62:05


The guys discuss the coach firings from Black Monday as they reminisce about past memories of their teams coach and DJ shows his sympathy for him after having a huge immediate reaction. They recap the crazy season finale week and go over the updated playoff picture. Also find out who gets the crown of our picks!! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hhsportscast-4/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hhsportscast-4/support

Big Dudes In the Trenches
BDT 112: Nattys and the end of the NFL's first 18 game season

Big Dudes In the Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 86:51


The NFL is done, and we have the FCS and FBS national champions decided. It's been a great year of football, with Black Monday in the NFL past us, its time for teams to start looking for new coaches. but who will land where? Tune in to hear what Bug and Dug have to say about this!   Follow our Social Medias Below: patreon.com/bdtfootball twitter.com/bdtfootball facebook.com/bdtfootball instagram.com/bdt_football bdtfootball.com mailbox@bdtfootball.com

The In-Between Fantasy Football Podcast
End-of-Season Digest, Black Monday & NFL Playoff Predictions

The In-Between Fantasy Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 65:33


Seth & Nate digest the end of the NFL regular season and Black Monday, which brought five head coach firings. Later they discuss their NFL playoffs predictions & advice for fantasy football players.

Sports Talk With Cooper & Big Man
UGA wins Natty, Week 18 in NFL crazy!

Sports Talk With Cooper & Big Man

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 51:35


The guys highlight and recap the college football national championship. They also highlight and recap a the final weekend from the NFL regular season. As well as discuss Black Monday! That and more on this episode! #keepontalkinsports Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Watson's Playbook
Ep#94: Black Monday

Watson's Playbook

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 26:57


 On this Tuesdays edition of the OutSpoken SportsCast, Brian gives you his take on the "Black Monday" of the NFL! Its called that because this is the first Monday after the season where coaches aren't safe from losing their jobs...... Ask Brian Flores in Miami!Look for a special episode Thursday with my buddy Ryan sims. 

Money Back Guarantee*
1/11/22- Black Monday is upon us, and will we see Baseball this year?

Money Back Guarantee*

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 60:33


Jay and Angel break down all the Black Monday firings in the NFL, Klay Thompsons return to the NBA and whether or not people are (somehow) still sleeping on Golden State, and Angel has a message for Rob Manfred. Please be sure to like, share, subscribe, and let us know if you win some money with our "Picks of the Week"! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Sports Counsel
1/11: Reactions To Black Monday and Predicting the Road to Super Bowl 56

Sports Counsel

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 65:38


The NFL regular season is finally over, but not Sports Counsel! We got a brand new episode to share with you today. We discuss the fallout from Week 18 in the NFL, coaching changes aplenty, and our final predictions for the 2022 NFL Playoffs.

The D Tales Podcast
Epi. 165: Georgia Stumps Bama, Raiders Win OT Thriller, Colts Choke The Season & NFL Playoff Preview

The D Tales Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 87:09


National Championship Game (3:56), LV-LAC (21:59), SF-LAR (43:19), IND-JAC (49:26), Black Monday (58:42), Playoff Preview (1:07:19)

SDUMedia
Georgia Wins The National Championship!

SDUMedia

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 42:07


For this episode, we're breaking down -Black Monday coaching roundup -Georgia wins the title -76ers want Tobias Harris in Ben Simmons trade package -NBA score lines and predictions Be sure to follow us on Instagram @Sportsdaily.media and check out the Nuts and Bolts Sports website for more sports content!

SM-TN Prep Sports Today
Dawgs are Champs, NFL Black Monday & Top Stories

SM-TN Prep Sports Today

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 49:34


Reaction to the National Championship Game between Georgia and Alabama, a rundown of NFL's Black Monday, plus the Top Stories including the latest TN AP High School Basketball Poll

Dynasty Draught Podcast
Week 18 Recap, Black Monday Firings & Wild Card Preview

Dynasty Draught Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 78:27


With the NFL regular season in the books, the guys look ahead to the playoff matchups on Super Wild Card weekend, while also recapping some of the highlights from Week 18 and going over all the big head coach and GM firings from 'Black Monday'. The bumper episode is bookended by the sampling of two different beers - including one dubbed 'The Darkness'!

Around The Loop
Around The Loop: Black Monday

Around The Loop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 71:40


The 312 crew is taking you around the loop and into a new era. George McCaskey has fired both Nagy and Pace and he had quite a lot to say. We hand pick our dream coaching situations, and dive deep into how far the Bulls can go.

Morning Joes
Vikings Territory Breakdown: Bloody Sunday, Black Monday for the Vikings

Morning Joes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 70:00


Joe Oberle and Mark Craig talk about the Black Monday after win against the bears. The Vikings beat the Chicago Bears in their 2021 season finale at U.S. Bank Stadium by the score of 31-17 but there was almost no joy in Mudville. The win, which included perhaps the Vikings best second half of the season, serves only to give them a lower draft pick (by one position), come up short of record numbers for the star wide receiver Justin Jefferson and marked the final game of head coach Mike Zimmer and General Manager Rick Spielman with the Vikings. Whether you loved Zim or loathed him, the end of the Zimmer era is a sad day in Purple Nation.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sports Appeal with AJ Tiell
NFL Week 18 Recap + Black Monday, Colts,

The Sports Appeal with AJ Tiell

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 60:28


On todays episode, AJ and Noel recap the final week of the NFL regular season. They also breakdown the NFL coaching fires and take a look back at their preseason predictions. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/aj-tiell/support

NFL Showet
Week 18 - 2021

NFL Showet

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 124:41


NFL leverede varen til den sidste blodsdråbe i grundspillet. 18. spillerunde satte en tyk streg under, HVOR vanvittig 2021-sæsonen har været: Knivskarpe afgørelser til det allersidste, der afgjorde flere holds skæbne. Skulle de med i slutspillet, eller ville de slutte sæsonen på den forkerte side af kridtstregen? Vi går alle kampene igennem og ser frem mod Super Wild Card Weekend, hvor vi kan glæde os til seks spændende matchups. Og så er det jo nu, at der ruller hoveder. Urban Meyer var allerede kylet på porten i Jacksonville, og så ramte Black Monday yderligere Vic Fangio, som Broncos har fyret. Vikings har sagt farvel og tak til Mike Zimmer. Bears har givet Matt Nagy sparket, og så er Brian Flores noget overraskende blevet ofret i Miami. Joe Judge? Han har såmænd stadig sit job hos Giants. Vært: Thomas Qvortrup. Medvært: Claus Elming. NFL Showet produceres i samarbejde med www.taffel.dk & www.oddset.dk fra Danske Licens Spil. 18+ & i denne uge også www.charbroil.dk og www.hellofresh.dk

NFL Inside Report
Black Monday in the NFL

NFL Inside Report

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 30:06


In this episode, Rhett Lewis is joined by insider Tom Pelissero for a look at the latest firings and potential future hirings around the NFL on black Monday. Tom explains why the Miami Dolphins parted ways with Brian Flores, how the new general manager of the New York Giants could determine the future of head coach Joe Judge and the reasoning behind the decision for Denver Broncos general manager George Paton to move off of Vic Fangio as their head coach. Tom also shares what the future could look like in Minnesota and Chicago after they fired their general manager and head coach and what the plan is for the Las Vegas Raiders after interim head coach Rich Bisaccia led them to the playoffs against all odds. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

That Other Sports Show
Episode 1: New Year Sh*t

That Other Sports Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 60:37


Hey hey hey Bay Bay Bay! We're back, officially Season 2 kicks off with our first episode of 2022! Jay and Jesse bring heat to the 2022 this weekends NFL Wildcard matchups. Picks, gambling, we've got it all! Plus we kick off the show with Black Monday talk, who got canned who kept their job. UFC Vegas card; some winners and losers will be picked. And even a little bit of NCAA championship action even though it'll be long over by the time you hear this. Here's to a strong 2022, have fun with episode 1 and please follow us on Twitter at @zedlav559 - Jason, @JTT81 - Jess and the pod at @TeamTOSS21 --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jesse-thomas6/support

Little of Column A, Little of Column B
Little of Column A, Little of Column B 1-10-2022

Little of Column A, Little of Column B

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 61:55


Zach and Will discuss the wild ending to the NFL regular season, Black Monday and new year, new you.

The A-Team w/ Wexler & Clanton
Black Monday, Culley Thinks He Is Back, Good Bad Ugly. McNair Has Competition For Worst Owner

The A-Team w/ Wexler & Clanton

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 125:17


The NFL Rhodes Show with Lindsay Rhodes
Broken Ties & Teams with Sage Rosenfels

The NFL Rhodes Show with Lindsay Rhodes

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 57:33


Lindsay wraps up the NFL regular season by talking to former NFL QB Sage Rosenfels on Black Monday. They discuss the big changes being made in Minnesota, Chicago and Miami. Then they get into the wild Sunday Night Football game between the Chargers and Raiders. Did Brandon Staley screw up by calling a time out in OT? They also talk about how great it is to see promising young QBs like Justin Herbert and Joe Burrow thrive so quickly.

The Bill Michaels Show
HR 1 -- NFL Black Monday, Packers vs. Lions Reaction, Breaking Za'Darius Smith News

The Bill Michaels Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 43:26


-Bill opens the show with NFL Black Monday news and reaction, including both the Bears and Vikings firing their head coaches (0:31) -Bill reacts to breaking news regarding Za'Darius Smith (29:02) See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Football Addicts Anonymous
FAA E98 CFP National Championship

Football Addicts Anonymous

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 121:30


What a way to end the regular season! The FAA Crew breaks down all the Week 18 games, take a look at Black Monday in the league and previews the biggest game of the year, the CFP National Championship!!Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/faapodcast)

What Did I Miss? with Michelle Beadle
Klay is Back, Black Monday in the NFL, and The Manningcast Curse

What Did I Miss? with Michelle Beadle

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 40:21


Beadle is back…and so is Klay Thompson! On today's show we talk Klay's return, the madness that was Sunday's Chargers-Raiders game, the many coach firings in the NFL, The Manningcast curse, and much more. Subscribe, rate, review, and leave a voicemail or text us! Here's the number… (631) 397-0403 See you Wednesday. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Qué le vamos a meter?
137. Black monday ☠️

Qué le vamos a meter?

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 57:12


Tenemos playoffs definidos después del partido entre chargers y raiders de sunday night... Los despidos de coaches se esperaban pero no todos... Spoiler alert: Chickster está triste...

Rough Draft Research Dynasty Podcast
Dynasty Fantasy Football 2021- NFL Coaches Chopping Block + 3-Man Draft!- Rough Draft Research

Rough Draft Research Dynasty Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 70:36


The end of the regular season is upon us, which teams will make it in? Sooo many  playoff implications, which also means Coaching implications. That is right, Black Monday is upon us. Join us as we discuss six coaches, that could be CHOPPED! After that, Darthur lays down some fun playoff scenarios which leads us right into our 3-man draf, battle thingy that we do.2:50 - AB POS4:07 - King Henry back for the playoffs?!?7:49 - Paris Campbell is trending towards playing!9:44 - Matt Nagy--- He has been in TRUB-le since the Double doink ---13:29 - Pete Carroll--- When was the last time you were worried about the Seahawks? ---19:13 - David Culley---Will Watson get to choose who gets the Texans HAND coaching JOB? ---23:18 - Vic Fangio --- A dinosaur living in todays offensive minded world? ---28:44 - Joe Judge---What exactly does Joe Judge do? ---30:52 - Mike Zimmer---Maybe its time to take up stand up comedy---40:17 - Darthur talks playoff implications and crazy playoff scenarios--Holy crap, there could be 3 AFC west teams in the playoffs??---48:25 - 3 Man Draft, tune it, No spoilers!!!Find us on YouTube!https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCXVTWdoRZtJHWqopuW3v8uQ#FantasyFootball #Podcast#FantasyFootballAdvice#DynastyFantasyFootball#DynastyFantasyFootballAdvice