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The Cousins discuss the 30-23 Minnesota loss, controversial plays, and PJ Fleck. Then, they offer mid-season grades on every position group to include offensive/defensive coaching, special teams, and an overall grade for the team. Also, Games of the Week.
Fresh off Minnesota Vikings' GM Rick Spielman talking with the media, Matthew Coller and ESPN's Courtney Cronin discuss a particular answer regarding Kirk Cousins's future and they break down the odds of Cousins continuing to play well and how that might factor with the playoffs and the long-term outlook. Plus they discuss the cornerback depth with Patrick Peterson out and what Spielman had to say about the rookie class. They grade the front office's job overall so far as well. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Would you keep your job if your employer went through your work emails from 5 years ago? 10 years ago? Pastor Troy does what Pastor Cal can't and you won't believe what this teacher got arrested for. Ever been somewhere and overheard two guys having a crazy conversation over random topics? Well we are those guys and we have been having these conversations since college. Do we agree on everything? Hell no, but we have fun anyway. We talk sports, politics, pop culture, and other bs. Pour yourself a drink and listen in. Audio episodes every Monday! Video episodes every Tuesday! Subscribe and Follow on Social media: https://www.facebook.com/RGRTPod https://www.instagram.com/RGRTPod
Alex and Shaun break down the Preds' 0-2 start. What's working so far, which line is producing, which is struggling. Plus: Ryan Johansen's skills on display and Nick Cousins weighs in on Alex's power play subtweets Features video courtesy of Nashville Predators & Bally Sports
Matthew Coller connects with Sam Monson from Pro Football Focus to talk about why Kirk Cousins ranks so highly by PFF's grading system and what putting that grade under a microscope can tell us about Cousins's game, Monson also discusses where the Vikings would rank among smartest teams analytically speaking and what has to happen in order for them to catch up. He also previews the Vikings-Panthers game and talks about what he's enjoying about the NFL season so far. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
But is family important? The Story family doesn't think so, the siblings haven't seen each other in years. But when they have a chance to send their children off to the woman who disinherited them, it becomes a race to win the fortune that should have been theirs. But who will win Grandma's love...and money?
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My name is Andrew Walmsley and your listening to episode 156 of photography insights. This is the show that interviews people from the photography world. In this weeks episode I talk to an award winner. Kristen Joy Emack recently won the ZEKE award by the Social Documentary Network. I'm so thankful to come their work and start sharing some of the wonderful photographers with you. Kristen's work stood out as it showed something important to me - family. Not all work needs to about a model, a worn torn country or something miles away - it can be that thing right in front of your nose. I know for me I struggle with this and talk about this. But Kristen presents her cousins project with an array of her photographs over the years as an interesting story. She opens up about the story of the cousins and her project based around her daughter too. We also talk about something that effects everyone in their lives at some point. Kristen had never spoken about this body of work so it felt really special to talk about something so dear to her heart. She lost her best friend and talks about her approach of coping with this and her photography project. It was a pleasure to talk with Kristen about life, we all share these connections, it should not matter about our locations, circumstances or skin colours. I felt so privileged learning about her friend Gina and hope you do too - maybe you can relate. Links Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/kristenjoyemack/ Website - https://www.kristenjoyemack.com/ SDN - https://www.zekemagazine.com/2020-zeke-award-winners Friends of the show Steve at Chroma - Find out more at https://chroma.camera For all your c41 developing needs - https://filmdev.co.uk/ Great and affordable zines from Static Age - https://www.staticage.co.uk/ Shout out I'm sure you all remember our recent guest - the wonderful Lindsay Adler. Well she has an offer for on her 1 light setup course - only $29 until Friday 15th October!!! So check out her website, let me know if you struggle to find it. You can also donate some kofi funds to me, as i would love to purchase it! In the meantime I hope you enjoyed my article on Washi film and the smallest film company in the world! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/photography-insights/message
The Cousins reflect upon the Michigan loss, bitch about the officiating, but praise the effort of the Huskers. Next, they preview Minnesota, Tanner Morgan and the offense, the Gopher defensive improvement, and look back on previous matchups with Minnesota. Score Predictions and Games of the Week.
Season 4 opener and what better way to kick it off than chillin with the homies! Nye, Juicy, Jay & Luke brung the funny to Wine Tyme. Find out who's been in a “Barbara & Shirley” situation, the real definition of a “Sneaky Link” and what really went down at the nail salon. You're gonna laugh this entire listen, trust me. Grab your glass and turn up the volume. It's Wine Tyme
Chad Hartman talks with Sports Reporter Chip Scoggins from the Mpls. Star Tribune about the Vikings' escape over Detroit, Zimmer's offensive philosophy, what changes might have been made, and the Cousins/Zimmer "embrace." Plus a very sad situation surrounding Tre Potts. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
After threatening to review it since nearly the start of the show's run, just in time for Halloween, Justin & Gurdip finally review Don Coscarelli's 2002 horror-comedy-drama cult hit "Bubba Ho-Tep," starring Bruce Campbell and Ossie Davis. It leads to a heated debate over whether protagonist Sebastian Haff is really supposed to be Elvis, and which host believes what might surprise you! Then, for Song of the Week, both guys take things light and breezy with Justin spotlighting the lullaby origins of "Puppet on a String" from 1965's "Girl Happy" for me while Gurdip is inspired by the recent Peloton remix of "Catching On Fast" to spotlight that 1963 recording from "Kissin' Cousins." If you enjoy TCBCast, please consider supporting us with a donation at Patreon.com/TCBCast. If you are unable to support us via Patreon, but want to support us another way, please make sure to leave a positive review or mention our show to another like-minded music history and movie enthusiast.
It's Tuesday Morning Nickelback time on Daily Delivery as host Michael Rand welcomes in three guests to break down the biggest stories in Minnesota football. 2:00: Star Tribune Vikings writer Andrew Krammer joins for his film review segment looking at the Vikings' disappointing run defense. After spending a lot of money and energy trying to fix that part of their team, the Vikings have had poor results so far this season. What was Detroit doing to exploit them? And might it get better once Anthony Barr is fully back to being himself? 11:00: My Least Favorite Team is My Favorite Team featuring Keith Richotte has a good back-and-forth between Rand and Richotte about the tension that exists between Kirk Cousins and Mike Zimmer following their postgame Alpha male shoving on Sunday. Just remember: The first time Cousins shouted "You like that!" in 2015 it was about vindication and proving doubters wrong. 26:00: Randy Johnson joins to talk about the latest Gophers football news that Trey Potts is out for the season and to preview Saturday's game against Nebraska.
Patrick Reusse joins host Michael Rand for a look back at the weekend, which was dominated by a you-can't-make-this-up Vikings game. After being in control but failing to put away Detroit, the Vikings watched the Lions somehow grab a 17-16 lead with 37 seconds left, only to have Kirk Cousins and Greg Joseph rescue a win with some clutch throws and a clutch kick. But the win doesn't mask the underlying issues: The Vikings only scored 19 points a week after putting up just seven against Cleveland. There seem to be trust issues or playcalling issues -- or both -- holding the Vikings back. And even in a moment of exuberance after the winning field goal, there was a strange exchange between Cousins and head coach Mike Zimmer that ended with Zimmer shoving Cousins. Maybe it was just the excitement of the moment? Rand and Reusse also talk about the interminable MLB playoff games and two very disappointing soccer results.
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Cousins, Jack and Caitie, join us to reveal their concept of a Superhero Cinematic Universe where everyone has the courage to unapologetically be themselves. We discuss how their characters will celebrate the hero within and also the importance of inclusion for mental health. Caitie's brother, Luke, stars as ‘Ultra Luke' and we talk about their relationship and how she hopes to change the future by changing the perception of people with Down syndrome. Jack and Caitie's Website: https://linktr.ee/infiniteultras Suicide Prevention Lifeline: https://suicidepreventionlifeline.org Episode Transcript: https://ifweknewthen701833686.wordpress.com/2021/10/07/74-creating-an-inclusive-super-hero-universe-with-jack-and-caitie-clonan/2/ Please follow us on Twitter @ifweknewthenPOD you can drop us a line on our Facebook page @ifweknewthenPOD or visit our website https://www.IfWeKnewThen.com to send us an email with questions and comments. You can join our mailing list there and get alerts of future podcast episodes. Thank you again and we look forward to you joining us on the next episode of IF WE KNEW THEN.
The Cousins praise the 56-7 victory over Northwestern, the AC/DC light show at the end of the 3rd quarter, and more. Then they preview a tough matchup with No. 9 Michigan coming to Lincoln. Score Predictions and Games of the Week.
In this latest episode, the Unexpected duo, Professor James Daybell and Dr Sam Willis uncover the unexpected history of COUSINS! Which is all about Samuel Pepys, money-lending and pomposity, prohibited marriages, Lydia and Samuel DuGard and seventeenth-century love! Who knew! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Join us for the latest episode of The Hamilton Review Podcast! In this riveting conversation, Dr. Bob sits down with childhood friend and author Larry Bradley to discuss his book, "Trials." An intense and true story about childhood cancer, you are not going to want to miss this important conversation. Larry Bradley's Bio: Larry Bradley grew up in Eureka, California, a small lumber and fishing town on the coast of Northern California. He later relocated to Oregon, where he earned a business degree from Linfield College in 1988. After building a successful 30-year business career in Eugene, Oregon, Bradley retired in 2018. He and Mary Lou, his wife of forty years, enjoy hiking, camping, and travel. They have two grown sons and two grandchildren. Bradley has volunteered for the better part of two decades for the American Cancer Society's annual Relay for Life and for the American Childhood Cancer Organization, the premier support group for children with cancer in the United States. He has volunteered as an aide on the pediatric oncology floor at Doernbecher Children's Hospital in Portland, Oregon. Bradley is personally acquainted with scores of families who have a child with cancer. Trials is Bradley's first book. He followed his nephew's leukemia journey through multiple remissions and relapses, through an experimental bone marrow transplant, and watched him fight the disease until his eventual death at age thirteen. The author experienced first-hand the shock of having his son receive the same leukemia diagnosis eight years after his nephew's death, and he witnessed the miracle of his son's survival due to the prior clinical trials, including those his cousin participated in. How to contact Larry Bradley: Larry Bradley website How to contact Dr. Bob: YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UChztMVtPCLJkiXvv7H5tpDQ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/drroberthamilton/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bob.hamilton.1656 Seven Secrets Of The Newborn website: https://7secretsofthenewborn.com/ Website: https://roberthamiltonmd.com/ Pacific Ocean Pediatrics: http://www.pacificoceanpediatrics.com/ Share this episode with a friend and leave a rating + review on Apple Podcasts to help others find this content. Thanks so much!
RICH CELENZA talks about how a lot of people may not like to admit that our ancestors may have been a lot more skilled than they are. That doesn't mean they were more educated, it just may mean they could do a lot more than this generation. Rich talks about how his great grandfather from Italy cooked, hunted, fished, gardened, painted, did construction amongst many other things. A lot of people also should take a hard look at all the people around them that have skills that help them on a daily basis.
The Minnesota Vikings have now won their first game against the Seattle Seahawks in a packed US Bank Stadium. Will things get easier for them? Heck no! They will now face one of the team's favorite coaches who developed in Minnesota for 14 years, Kevin Stefanski, and his very, very good Cleveland Browns. Baker Mayfield is quite the capable quarterback and with weapons like Nick Chubb, Kareem Hunt, Odell Beckham Jr and some complimentary players behind the 2nd ranked [by DVOA] offensive line, the Vikings defense will be tested once again. Mayfield may not be joystick-type mobile like the last 2 QBs the Vikes faced, but he can move and be dangerous. The defense will be tested. The Vikings' offense is no slouch either, and the combination of Kirk Cousins' outstanding play and Klint Kubiak getting more comfortable calling good and modern games, will have to continue in their growth and success for the Vikings to win. Can they? Dave and Darren who both started blogging on the Purple decades ago will go over a way to possibly start a winning streak, so get ready for the Climbing The Pocket and Daily Norman pregame show! Talking points for the Browns-Vikings preview show: 1) Vikings' front seven has to slow down Browns' two-headed RB monster - Chubb and Hunt. Chips? 2) Vikings O-line needs to play competently against Browns front seven and have a game plan to block Myles Garrett. 3) Cousins needs to continue to play error-free football but also push the ball down the field and Kubiak needs to be less predictable when he calls for running plays and be less conservative in the red zone in the second half (we want TDs, not field goals). Join us for your Minnesota Vikings talk amongst Two Old Bloggers and join the conversation! Fan with us!!! Come join the @Climb_ThePocket's & @DailyNorseman's blogger show with Darren @KickassblogVike and Dave @Luft_Krigare. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to us here! - https://www.youtube.com/climbingthepocket Watch it here: https://youtu.be/Jf0M2bF5EPA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We are so back!Howdy, Cousins! Welcome to the 3rd Season of #JustBeCouzPodcast! As we celebrate our #FirstAnniversary, we kickoff by quickly recalling how everything started! (Fun times!!!) We further share a number of kwela, unforgettable, out-of-the-world (?) stories! Usapang First Time!We'd love to hear from you! Reach us through our socials.facebook | https://www.facebook.com/justbecouztwitter | https://twitter.com/justbecouzinstagram | https://www.instagram.com/justbecouzpodcast/Support the show (https://www.paypal.me/justbecouz)
Packers reporter Jason Wilde joins Cousins sub Bryan Dee & Tony Smith with the latest from titletown, his thoughts on the Devin Williams situation, is this the best Brewers team ever, any weird injury situations with the Packers in the past, on playing without Elgton Jenkins, are the Steelers any good, do the Packers look at this game as a gimmie and how much more does he need to see from the defense.
Jake first catches you up on a busy day of Browns news leading up to Sunday. Then he is joined by Nick Olson of VikingTerritory.com who covers the team. The two spend their time focusing on the similarities between the Vikings and this Browns team and the twist of NFL fates that brought both here. Then the two shift to full of focusing on the Vikings roster. Talking points include how the offense is thriving with Cousins at the helm, the defense trying to find its footing, how their health is shaping up for Week 3, and identifying who the key figures are on both sides of the ball. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The NFL's reigning coach of the year returns to U.S. Bank Stadium on Sunday when the Vikings host the Cleveland Browns. Andrew Krammer and Michael Rand discuss Browns head coach Kevin Stefanski, and why quarterback Kirk Cousins appears to be playing as well as he did when Stefanski was calling plays for Cousins in 2019.
Luke and Andrew try to make sense of the Seahawks' 1-2 start after a loss to the Vikings. Meanwhile, the Cleveland defense almost murdered Chicago's rookie QB. And the Mariners continue to keep it interesting, with only 5 games left to play.
Matthew Coller and Brian Murphy talk about the Vikings' impressive win over the Seattle Seahawks and talk about the new-found trust for quarterback Kirk Cousins. Brian thinks that he's seeing some things that have been different from the past while Matthew has stats that suggest Cousins has hot stretches just like this. When Dalvin Cook comes back, should the Vikings use a more Robert Smith-like approach and what will the Vikings' record be at the bye week? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
RUNDOWN At the top of the show, Mitch and Scott. Then, Hotshot shares his annual Puyallup Fair story which reminds Mitch why he never goes before the guys delve into their reaction to the Seahawks loss to Minnesota on Sunday. A four-pack of guests include Brady Henderson and Joe Fann for the No-Table, Rick Neuheisel, and a return of Ken Green for a Ryder Cup reaction. The “Other Stuff” segment includes a laundry list of items such as Ciara and Russ's pregame antics in Minnesota, a mind-blowing stat involving the Blue Jays & Mariners, and the NFL's announcement about wildcard weekend scheduling adjustments beginning this year! GUESTS Brady Henderson | ESPN Seahawks insider Joe Fann | WynnBet & Blue Wire podcast host Rick Neuheisel | CBS Sports college football analyst Ken Green | Former PGA golfer TABLE OF CONTENTS 21:55 | The code word for week four of Beat the Boys is revealed. 26:05 | The Sodens did the Puyallup which featured Scott waiting way too long to eat greasy food and win a stuffed animal. 32:58 | Mitch and Hotshot volley their takeaways back and forth from the Hawks 30-17 loss. 48:25 | GUESTS: Henderson and Fann return to wrap their arms around another Seahawks loss...can they rebound from this early season deficit? 1:14:29 | GUEST: Neuheisel is back to recap another exciting weekend of college football including Clemson's second loss and takes a look ahead to this week. 1:32:35 | GUEST: Ken Green makes his return to weigh in on Team USA's dominant Ryder Cup win at Whistling Straits. 1:53:44 | The “Other Stuff” segment includes a variety of topics such as Ciara's twerking video with Russ, the M's homestretch, and the new NFL Wildcard schedule changes.
Constitutional Originalism is the idea that one should read the Constitution, not interpret it. It endeavors to implement the "original" intent of the Founders. The goal is to limit renovation and innovation in order to stick with the "fundamentals" of the United States. Sound familiar? It should. The origins of this strategy are found in biblical inerrancy--the idea that the Bible should be read, not interpreted. That it is the errorless Word of God. That it is 100% accurate in terms of history, archaeology, and everything else. What if I told you that both of these movements have their foundation in White Supremacy and the Lost Cause? Austin Steelman, PhD candidate at Stanford University, unpacks the story. For an ad-free premium feed, https://irreverent.supportingcast.fm/straight-white-american-jesus-premium. Use code SWAJ for 60% off the monthly rate! Use code SWAJyear for $12 off the annual membership! All patrons receive an ad-free experience too! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://swaj.supportingcast.fm
From inside US Bank Stadium, Matthew Coller and Sam Ekstrom break down the Minnesota Vikings' win over the Seattle Seahawks. Was this the best we've seen from Kirk Cousins? Are the Vikings finally leaning into Cousins offensively and trusting him more? What does it mean that they are using all of their weapons on offense? What do we make of the tale of two halves on offense and defense? How the Vikings' win sets up for a huge game against the Cleveland Browns and lays out the path to .500 by the bye week or better. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Matthew Coller is joined by Pro Football Focus data scientist and host of the Unexpected Points podcast Kevin Cole to talk about his analytical QB rankings through two games, which have Kirk Cousins as the fourth best quarterback in the league. First they talk about the odd nature of kicking and the ways in which nobody can figure it out, then Kevin breaks down why Cousins's numbers are so strong so far and what it would take to keep them going. And will we see the Vikings' defense improve as the season goes along? What would 0-3 mean in a 17-game season? Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
The guys discuss the loss at home to Derrick Henry and the Titans, how French Rugby couldve helped stop him and why certain concerns linger, but over the loss they may not. We then preview the Vikings in Week 3, Cousins, Jefferson and apparently a defense. Before a spin in the bin and mixed in with the usual nonsense we bring. enjoy! www.patreon.com/thepedestrianpodcast
The Cousins discuss the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of the 23-16 loss to Oklahoma. They preview the Michigan State game and debate whether or not they are a Top. 25 team and if this would be considered a signature win for Frost. They also discuss the keys to success for Nebraska and Michigan State, and offer score predictions. Finally, they make their Games of the Week.
The Vikings are 0-1 and after today, will they register a win or drop to a dreaded 0-2? 0-2 it is. The Minnesota Vikings were on the road again against the 1-0 [now 2-0] Arizona Cardinals. Will Kirk Cousins throw further downfield? Some. Will Mike Zimmer finally watching film with Cousins make the difference? Looked like it at least until the end. Can the offensive line give him time or will Chandler Jones, J.J. Watt, and the rest of the Cardinals' defensive front have a field day? They had a good day. Can the Vikings defense contain Kyler Murray and his slew of wide receiver targets like DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore? We'll surely find out, and they didn't often enough. These games count, and we're live at the last whistle. The Final Score crew and you the fans will discuss it here! 1) Highlights 2) Lowlights 3) Speed round and your questions 4) What's ahead The Final Score [the name for CTP's Postgame show] is ready for the season. There are 4 new regulars and the occasional guest. The focus will be on you the fan, and how you felt the team did. Hopefully racking up the wins in the regular season. Today, Jayson, Dave, Flip and Matt will all be here. Did you like what you saw? #SKOL Fan with us!!! Regulars Jayson Brown @brownjayson, Flip Mazzi @Flipmazzi, Matt Anderson @MattAnderson_8 and Dave Stefano @Luft_Krigare producing this @Climb_ThePocket Network's & @DailyNorseman's production. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Subscribe to us here! - https://www.youtube.com/c/climbingthepocket Watch it here: https://youtu.be/AEZ7H2QlndE Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Lost in the mess of the 27-24 OT loss to the Cincinnati Bengals was quarterback Kirk Cousins playing well under trying circumstances. Timestamps: • (1:40) Cousins vs Bengals • (5:57) Pep Talk • (13:23) Breeland Struggles • (16:31) KJ Osborn is WR3 • (18:54) Bradbury? • (22:02) Chandler Jones vs Rashod Hill A Northern Digital Production --- YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast