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The Fan Late Night with Shawn Drotar
Sandy and Shawn | Hour 3 | 04.26.22

The Fan Late Night with Shawn Drotar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 40:53


Sandy and Shawn debate about the Melvin Gordon signing. Shawn likes the deal as a backup to Javonte Williams whereas Sandy dislikes the deal due to his misgivings with Gordon's game. They take a look at the teaching style of the new coaching staff compared to Fangio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kreckman & Lindahl
Kreckman & Lindahl Hour Two 4/26/22

Kreckman & Lindahl

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 47:17


0:00 Hackett and Fangio might be complete opposites when it comes to head coaching. Also, the history of the 64th pick in the NFL draft. 11:16 NFL Draft prospect scouting reports. 37:47 Skrewball of the Day!

Sports Krunch w/DKROM
#333: SPORTS KRUNCH SPECIAL (An Interview with Chicago Bears Pro Bowl OL Cody Whitehair)

Sports Krunch w/DKROM

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 25, 2022 25:10


1. As you know, we are just a few days away from the 2022 NFL Draft. Hundreds of young men will see their dreams come true as they will get drafted to play in America's biggest professional sports league. But the pre-draft process, as I'm sure you'd agree having gone through it yourself, is the grind of grinds with all the training, the Combine, Pro Days, top-30 team visits, etc. Describe what a day in the life of a prospect looks like in the days leading up to the draft 2. A few weeks ago, you and your Bears teammates became your 2022 offseason program with a completely new regime in place. What are your early impressions of new Head Coach Matt Eberflus and new GM Ryan Poles? 3. Even though the Bears are currently undergoing a major roster overhaul that will take some time, there is still a lot of optimism amongst Bears fans because of the promising young QB you block for in Justin Fields. In addition, you have a new OC in Luke Getsy, someone that Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams RAVED about and valued highly during their time together in Green Bay. How will Getsy's offense get the most out of Justin Fields? 4. For the first three years of your pro career, you got to be in the same building with one of the most renowned coaches in modern NFL history, Vic Fangio. As of right now, his defense is the most popular scheme around the entire league. Why do you think that is the case and how does Fangio's D make life extra difficult on an offense? 5. There is a hot center prospect in this year's draft in Tyler Linderbaum from Iowa. He may be the most talented center to enter the league in quite some time. However, there is buzz that suggests that he may fall out of the first round at least in part because he's strictly a center with little-to-no experience at guard. Why does the NFL put such a huge premium on interior offensive linemen that can play both center and guard like yourself? 6. As you can tell by the background in my room, I am a huge Denver Broncos fan. And I believe you may know a certain someone on the Broncos. Of course, I'm talking about your fellow K-State offensive linemen Dalton Risner. Do you know Dalton and if so, how often do you communicate these days? How will the Nathaniel Hackett offense (which likely has several similarities to Getsy's) allow Dalton to play the best ball of his career this season? 7. How does the job of an OL change when blocking for an athletic QB known for extending plays like a Justin Fields or Russell Wilson? 8. What are some of your favorite causes off the field to champion and why? 9. COUNTRY MUSIC SUPERLATIVES -Best pre-game warm-up song: “The Boys Of Fall” –Kenny Chesney -Best TD song: “They Don't Know” –Jason Aldean -Best song to help cope with a loss: “Till You Can't” –Cody Johnson -Best victory song: “Proud Of This House We Built” –Brooks & Dunn -Best song for a first dance at a wedding: “Who I Am With You” –Chris Young

The Fan Late Night with Shawn Drotar
Sandy and Shawn | Hour 3 | 04.19.22

The Fan Late Night with Shawn Drotar

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 44:54


Sandy and Shawn listen to Pat Surtain II and Dre'Mont Jones' quotes from the day. They react to Jones' explanations about the differences in the scheme and the energy in the building with Hackett compared to Fangio. They react to Surtain's comments about how he's preparing this year compared to last year and the differences in the scheme this year from last year. The Rockies are off to a good start this year and they break down the steady presence of Bud Black and Kris Bryant. They revisit the Nuggets' embarrassing Game 2 loss to the Warriors once more and they point out how Jokic will ultimately hurt his case and career if he keeps whining at refs. They lay out the absolute state of the Nuggets in light of the rest of the West and in light of their upcoming cap hell. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey
Nick & Cecil | Hour 3 | 04.19.22

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 46:01


Hour three kicks off with the guys talking about language- no not love language- but Cecil was able to talk to some Broncos' defensive players and they said that Evero's defense is the same scheme as Fangio's, but the language is different, Nick explains.. Cecil also had the opportunity to speak with DreMont joins and explains why he might be the most misunderstood player on the Broncos, Cecil shares his story.. The guys also circle back to the Nuggets and how both N&C are on opposite sides of the fence on who to blame thru the first 2 games of the series.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Afternoon Drive
Mon. Apr. 11: Hour 1 - Broncos offseason, tempering expectations, Tiger, DU National Champs, Avalanche

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 12, 2022 45:55


Difference in Broncos offseason if Fangio was still HC, Drew Lock in Seattle, Nathaniel Hackett says it will take time for Broncos to get the offense rolling, Broncos may have tough tests early, Denver run game, Blake Bortles, A Day in the Life of Justin Adams, Tiger Woods plays all four rounds at The Masters, another major in the cards for Tiger, Scottie Scheffler, DU Pioneers win 9th National Championship, Avalanche and Gabe Landeskog's return

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Alfa Romeo… Una leyenda viva

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 7, 2022 23:08


Respondedme a esta pregunta: ¿Hay algún aficionado al automóvil al que no le guste la marca Alfa Romeo? La verdad, creo que no. Le gustará más o menos, unos modelos más que otros, una época más que otra pero para cualquiera con sensibilidad y afición al automóvil Alfa Romeo es una marca muy especial. Os contamos su historia… este será un vídeo largo… Y es lógico, porque Alfa Romeo forma parte destacada de la historia del automóvil, una marca que fue la semilla de Ferrari, con un palmares extraordinario en competición, que fabricó coches todavía hoy legendarios, una marca mítica, una verdadera leyenda que, afortunadamente, sigue viva, muy viva. Además, pocas marcas cuentan con seguidores tan fieles como los “alfistas” entre los que me incluyo… y como se suele decir, ”algo tendrá el agua cuando la bendicen”. Pues, algo tendrá Alfa Romeo cuando despierta tanta pasión. 1910 o 1920. La que se considera fecha oficial del nacimiento de la marca es el 24 de junio de 1910 cuando se crea la empresa Anonima Lombarda Fabbrica di Automobili, cuyo acrónimo es Alfa. Luego en 1920 se fusiona con la Società in accomandita semplice Nicola Romeo e Compagnia, propiedad de Nicola Romeo y de ahí surge el bonito nombre de Alfa Romeo. Santa follia. La historia de esta marca está cuajada de momentos complicados en los que se toman decisiones arriesgadas, decisiones que parecen una locura. Bendita locura, porque son estás empresas, estas marcas y estas personas que arriesgan las que consiguen hacer grandes cosas. Y uno de esos locos fue Ugo Stella, director general de Darracq, quien con la ayuda de algunos financieros lombardos y la garantía del Banco Agrícola de Milán se hizo cargo de la empresa y encontró al primero de los muchos ingenieros brillantes que ha tenido la marca: Giuseppe Merosi. Arriva la guerra.. e il senatore. La Primera Guerra Mundial supuso cambios en ALFA, que se dedico más a fabricar munición y motores de aviones que coches. Y es cuando aparece Nicola Romeo, que fusionó su propia empresa con ALFA para crear Alfa Romeo. Y comienza el despegue, pues los coches de la marca eran muy competitivos y los pilotos de aquellos momentos los deseaban, como era el caso de Giuseppe Campari, Alberto Ascari y un tal Enzo Ferrari… ¿os suena? Nomi mitici Ya hemos dado algunos nombres míticos: Ugo Stella, Giuseppe Merosi, Nicola Romeo… pero faltan más. El siguiente en esta lista de locos maravillosos, de verdaderos genios sería el Dottore ingegnere Vittorio Jano, diseñador de los 6C y 8C y de sus motores, sino los mejores unos de los mejores motores de la época. Del 8C se dijo en su momento que era “El coche más rápido y bello jamás construido”. Vetrina tecnologica En 1932 el gobierno italiano, en manos del fascista Mussolini, se hace con el control de Alfa Romeo, a través del IRI o Istituto per la Ricostruzione Industriale, algo así como el INI español. El gobierno italiano tendrá la propiedad directa de la marca hasta que en 1987 se incorpora a Fiat Group. Esto traería consecuencias importantes y alguna inmediata dos cosas: Alfa Romeo se convertía en escaparate tecnológico de Italia y comenzaría la producción de motores aeronáuticos… Y más o menos es en esta época cuando llega otro genio, Giacchino Colombo, padre del diseño del archifamoso Alfa Romeo “Alfetta” F1 de 1937 que conseguiría sus mayores éxitos deportivos tras la guerra. Además, ya sabéis que esta marca y este modelo fueron el comienzo de otra marca mítica, Ferrari. Porque Enzo Ferrari crea la escudería que lleva su nombre cuando era algo así como el departamento de competición de Alfa Romeo… Si queréis saber más sobre esto hicimos un vídeo titulado “Historia de Ferrari”. Dal dopoguerra alla dolce vita. Italia, junto a Alemania y Japón, habían perdido la 2º Guerra Mundial y la post guerra fue difícil. Tras unos momentos difíciles en los que llegaron a esconder sus prototipos en una fabrica de quesos, Alfa Romeo en los años ’50 y ’60 renace y la marca gana el Mundial de F1 de 1950 con Farina y el de 1951 con Fangio. Pero poco después llega la época denominada la “dolce vita”, que incluso da nombre a una famosa película…. Alfa Romeo juega un papel decisivo en poner de moda el “made in Italy” lo que ahora llamaríamos “marca Italia” junto a otras marcas de coches como Ferrari o Lamborghini, de motos, como Vespa o de ropa, como Bulgari, Fendi, Gucci, Salvatore Ferragamo o Valentino. Arriva l'Alfasud. A ver, que nadie te engañe: Lo que en Europa llamábamos “Compacto”, antes más que ahora, no lo inventó VW con su Golf, sino Alfa Romeo con su Alfasud aparecido en 1972. Este coche era excepcional por muchos motivos. Primero: Diseño Giugaro… no hay mucho más que añadir. Segundo: Motor bóxer. Tercero: Suspensión con eje rígido “de Watt”. Y cuarto, debe su nombre a que los fabricó la sociedad napolitana de construcción de vehículos Alfasud en Pomigliano de Arco. En los años ’60 y primeros ’70 Alfa Romeo ofrece una gama envidiable. Los Giulia son coches excelentes. La berlina es una de las primeras berlinas deportivas europeas, un coche práctico y capaz, pero con destacadas cualidades deportivas y motores con mucho carácter, incluso había un 1.300 que rendía 100 CV. De las versiones Coupé del Giulia, los GT y GTAm o GT “América” hablaremos en el vídeo de Alfa y la competición… y hablaremos mucho. Y de esta época son dos modelos muy relevantes: llega el Alfa Romeo más longevo de la historia de la marca, el Spider diseñado por Pininfarina, y coche como el Montreal o el Alfetta. Dal sogno all'incubo. Para los que no sabéis italiano, esto quiere decir “del sueño a la pesadilla”. Lo contamos en un vídeo así que no volveré a insistir, pero si entras en Wikipedia y ponéis Alfa Romeo veréis algo asombroso: Su historia pasa de los años ’60 directamente al 2004 y se salta todo este periodo. El gobierno italiano quería relanzar la economía del sur de Italia y por eso, para fabricar toda la gama Alfasud, crea una nueva compañía fruto del joint-venture entre Alfa Romeo y Finmeccanica con participación pública del estado italiano para desarrollar el sur del país. Pero todo esto empieza a cambiar en 1987… Sotto il controllo della Fiat. En 1987 Fiat se hace cargo directamente de Alfa Romeo. En mi opinión se pueden ver claramente dos etapas: La primera que trata de solucionar, con éxito, los problemas económicos y de calidad de Alfa Romeo y una segunda, en la que se trata de volver a los orígenes, a los Alfa Romeo que no renuncian a la calidad, pero son auténticos Alfa, con carácter. La primera etapa comienza con la tercera serie de los Alfa 33, la evolución de los eficaces 75 y el 164. La segunda etapa llega en 1996 con un modelo clave diseñado por otro genio, en este caso Walter da Silva. Estoy hablando del Alfa 156, todavía con tracción delantera, pero con una suspensión muy refinada, buenos motores, excelentes acabados y una estética espectacular. Pero Alfa Romeo no se anda por las ramas: ¿Se puede mejorar el diseño de Walter da Silva? Pues si hay alguien que pueda hacerlo ese es… redoble de tambores… ¡Giugaro! Y el 159 aparecido en 2005, con motores de hasta 260 CV y con una preciosa versión SportWagon muy tardía en el 156, fue un fantástico sustituto… pero lo mejor estaba por venir… Giulia ritorna. El punto de inflexión definitivo llega en 2015, cuando reaparece un nombre mítico en Alfa Romeo: Giulia. Pero es que no solo reaparece el nombre, sino que vuelve una distribución mecánica que muchos aficionados, alfistas y no alfistas, echábamos de menos: La propulsión trasera. Este nuevo modelo es el arranque de un ambicioso plan para relanzar la marca y rivalizar sin complejos con las marcas Premium alemanas. Y en mi opinión, con cualidades más que suficientes. La gama actual con el Giulietta, el Giulia y el Stelvio es muy atractiva. Y lo vemos a dejar aquí pero os prometo dos cosas: Una, habrá vídeo sobre los Alfa Romeo de competición y probaremos los nuevos modelos de Alfa.

Schlereth and Evans
Schlereth and Evans | Hour 2 | 03.31.22

Schlereth and Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 31, 2022 42:34


Will the Broncos miss Fangio's Defense? What holes should the Broncos look to fill with their first couple of picks in the Draft? Mark discovers his psychic abilities. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Reportage
12 Ore di Sebring. L'Italia vince anche in America - di Carlo Genta

Reportage

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022


La pista è ricavata da un aeroporto militare della Seconda Guerra. Si corre su un tracciato misto di cemento sbrecciato e asfalto consumato che viene conservato, perché Sebring in America è una specie di monumento nazionale paragonabile alle strade della Parigi-Roubaix nel ciclismo europeo. Era la 70° edizione della 12 Ore, la corsa più iconica dell'automobilismo statunitense: tutti i più grandi da Fangio, a Moss, a Mario Andretti l'hanno vinta, ma pure superstar del cinema, da Paul Newman a Steve McQueen l'hanno corsa. Ebbene, in questa edizione un team tutto italiano su una Ferrari 488 GT, ha scritto una pagina di questa leggenda

GDS Mar del Plata Podcast
En el mismo Idioma. Especial Balcarce. 27 de marzo de 2022

GDS Mar del Plata Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 120:33


Marìa del Carmen Escalante y Mario Gromaz desde el museo Fangio, programa especial desde Balcarce --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/gds-radio/message

Afternoon Drive
Mon. Mar. 21: Hour 2 - Nuggets in limbo, Su'a Cravens spills tea on Fangio, March Madness, Ryan McMahon, Al Michaels

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 22, 2022 43:53


Michael Malone needs to make a definitive decision regarding Michael Porter Jr. and Jamal Murray, Nuggets could be waiting on reinforcements that are not coming this season, Su'a Cravens tells some stories from his time with the Broncos under Vic Fangio, Hackett the opposite personality of Fangio, why Vic didn't like Drew Lock, officiating in March Madness, physicality in college basketball vs the NBA, Trevor Story to the Red Sox, Ryan McMahon extension, Al Michaels joins Kirk Herbstreit with Amazon Prime, LeBron James

Stokley and Zach
Stokley & Zach | Hour 3 | 03.21.22

Stokley and Zach

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 41:02


In the final hour Stokley and Zach react to The Athletic's article regarding Urban Meyer's time in Jacksonville and some of his controversial stories. Did Vic Fangio personally hate Drew Lock? And Su'a Cravens tweets revealing behind the scenes of his relationship with Fangio. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Navigating a Privateer Life
The First Rivalry of Formula One: Ascari vs. Fangio Pt. 1

Navigating a Privateer Life

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 18, 2022 23:08


The year is 1951 and the points have come down to the final race in Barcelona.  The greatest racer of all time lines up next to his rival in a newer more powerful Ferrari.   This was the culmination of the just the second official Formula One championship season.  The pre war Alfa Romeo's that dominated Grand Prix racing went head to head with Enzo Ferarri and his newly built monsters.    Rivalries are essential to racing, knowing the stories the heart breaks and the passion of these legends helps ground yourself in how the world of racing works.  Ascari and Fangio are the perfect example of two men who raced with different styles in a time period of change.  They also laid the base that modern Formula One is based.  Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/Freebooter)

Kindred Skols Podcast
Episode 27 - Ed Donatell Deep Dive

Kindred Skols Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 79:53


Matt and Nick go deep into Ed Donatell's defense, discussing the schematics as well as the philosphy.* Thoughts on the position coaches on defense.* Donatell/Fangio defensive strengths and weaknessesDetails* 4-3 vs 3-4 - does it matter? How do the current players fit* Defensive fronts out of Base personnel (3-4), heavy formations (6-1), and Sub (4-2)* How run fits work in the Fangio tree defense* Coverages* Cover 1 most common -- but it doesn't work without corners* Differences between Fangio and Zimmer/Saban match coverages* 2 High shell usage and its relevance in the modern NFL* Cover 6 - Fangio/Donatell specialty* What is Cover 8 and why is it effective?* Cover 3 and Cover 9 - how are those used?* Blitz overview - Fire Zone and Sim Pressures* Joker/X-Backer -- the role for Danielle Hunter?* Stunts* A little bit on Kwesi Adofo-Mensah's Combine press conference.

Locked On Vikings - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Vikings
Kwesi Adofo-Mensah Says "Everything's In Play" With Regard To Kirk Cousins

Locked On Vikings - Daily Podcast On The Minnesota Vikings

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 32:21


It's the NFL Combine! Kwesi Adofo-Mensah had some things to say about Kirk Cousins. It's probably not that meaningful, but here's my theory, at any rate. Finally, the whole thing. The Vikings are taking on a Vic Fangio scheme, and it has a number of fairly simple, but also complex concepts? How will Ed Donatell approach defense and the new scheme? How is this different from Mike Zimmer? I really want us all to get together and intuitively understand the Fangio defense and how it works, in the language and terms the coaches actually use. Come along, and evolve with me. Support Us By Supporting Our Sponsors! Built Bar Built Bar is a protein bar that tastes like a candy bar. Go to builtbar.com and use promo code “LOCKED15,” and you'll get 15% off your next order. BetOnline BetOnline.net has you covered this season with more props, odds and lines than ever before. BetOnline – Where The Game Starts! Rock Auto Amazing selection. Reliably low prices. All the parts your car will ever need. Visit RockAuto.com and tell them Locked On sent you. Follow the show: @LockedOnVikings Follow the host: @LukeBraunNFL Join the discord community: https://linktr.ee/LukeBraunNFL Submit Twitter Tuesday questions: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc3mA_-Yke_oIwlZ5vOnIW_TK4d9gRwjmOB7YOLzeLLIz_-3w/viewform?usp=sf_link Sub on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCU9qwCJcClgWI0JNTezBLq Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

História pros brother
Fórmula 1, espionagem e Fidel Castro ft. Pedro Zimmer

História pros brother

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 28, 2022 65:18


A Formula 1 é o ápice do esporte a motor do mundo. São os melhores carros, pilotados pelos melhores pilotos nos circuitos mais famosos. E é claro, um esporte tão grande e que envolve tantas personalidades e investimentos bilionários naturalmente atrai algumas histórias polêmicas e curiosas. Nesse episódio, Pedro Zimmer vai contar sobre a corrida em que apenas 6 carros largaram, o engenheiro que sabotou a própria equipe com areia e o sequestro do campeão mundial de Formula 1 por Fidel Castro.

Motorsport.com Italia
Pillole di Motorsport: Fangio, un rapimento nel nome di Fidel Castro

Motorsport.com Italia

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 22, 2022 5:49


Nuova puntata di Pillole di Motorsport, il podcast di Motorsport.com dedicato ad aneddoti e curiosità del mondo dei motori. Oggi, la macchina del tempo ci conduce al 23 febbraio del 1958. Un inconsapevole Juan Manuel Fangio, alla vigilia del Gran Premio de l'Avana, viene rapito per conto di un gruppo di rivoluzionari. Il suo sequestro, col senno del poi, gli salvò la vita...

Locked On 49ers - Daily Podcast On The San Francisco 49ers
Welker Follows McDaniel to Miami, Fangio Meets with 49ers

Locked On 49ers - Daily Podcast On The San Francisco 49ers

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2022 42:37


49ers wide receivers coach Wes Welker is leaving for the Dolphins. Some candidates to replace him. Vic Fangio reportedly met with John Lynch about a role with the 49ers. Nick Bosa got disrespected by Comeback Player of the Year voters. Deebo Samuel gets honest about why the 49ers lost to the Rams in the NFC Championship game. Also, Brian and Eric predict who will win Super Bowl 56. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Cómo se conduce un Fórmula 1: Guía avanzada

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 21:07


Ya hicimos una guía práctica de “Cómo se conduce un Fórmula 1”. Y con esta guía avanzada damos un paso más. Si crees que lo único que hace un piloto de F1 es ir rápido… te equivocas… No todo es correr. Porque para ser un buen piloto de F1 no basta con ser rápido… muy rápido… extremadamente rápido… necesitas mucho más. Hay que saber ahorrar neumáticos, gasolina, tener ritmo, salir bien… ¿Qué características debe tener un piloto de F1 además de la velocidad? Primera: Un físico extraordinario, porque además la F1 en este sentido, cada vez es más exigente… Sigo pensando que para mi Fangio es uno de los mejores pilotos de la historia, sino el mejor, pero en el mejor momento de su carrera no hubiese aguantado cinco vueltas a ritmo en un F1. Segunda: Sensibilidad, sino sabes interpretar las reacciones de tu coche, dedícate a otra cosa. Ni la mejor telemetría del mundo sustituye a un piloto con sensibilidad y que sabe que le pasa al coche y como mejorarlo… Tercera: Cabeza, ser capaz de pensar cuando te juegas la vida a más de 300 km/h a escasos milímetros de un rival, no está al alcance de todos. Y en esto, Verstappen es ejemplar, es capaz de rodar rápido y concentrado y tener visión de la carrera… por cierto, como Alonso, que desde su monoplaza sabe cómo va el G.P. mejor que tú en el sillón de tu casa viendo todos los tiempos y la clasificación. Puesta a punto. Cada vez se rueda menos en la F1 por cuestión de costes y los simuladores ganan protagonismo. Pero al final es en la pista donde se ve lo que funciona y lo que no. Como os decía el piloto es clave para que el coche mejore o se adapte al circuito o a las circunstancias concretas. Preparación de la vuelta rápida. Para saber correr… hay que saber no correr. Y más con los coches híbridos. Porque antes de lanzarse a hacer una vuelta rápida, hay que cargar la batería y llevar los neumáticos a su temperatura ideal, sin castigarlos. Vuelta rápida. En un F1 no te puedes equivocar. Pero cuando llega el momento de hacer una vuelta rápida, no te puedes equivocar lo más mínimo. Si has corrido, me da igual que sea en coches, motos, simuladores, slot o R/C sabes lo difícil que es hacer una vuelta rápida. Primera vuelta. En la primera vuelta hay mucho que ganar… y mucho que perder. Salir bien es un arte en sí mismo. ¿Y que hace falta? Sensibilidad y tranquilidad… no sé cual de las dos cosas. Ritmo. Los pilotos de F1 son verdaderas máquinas casi infalibles. Y os lo voy a demostrar. Un F1 actual consume unos 35 litros cada 100 km depende del circuito. ¿Te parece mucho? En los años ’50 y ’60 eran unos 150 litros cada 100 km. Eso significa que, en un circuito de 5 km de largo, cada vuelta gasta 1,75 litros, que son aproximadamente 1,4 kilos. Preparar adelantamiento. Cuando oigo que un piloto que sigue a otro está esperando la oportunidad para adelantar, me da la risa… ¿esperar? Los pilotos de F1 no esperan oportunidades, las crean… ¿Cómo? Molestando al que va delante, engañándole acerca de donde la va a atacar, manteniendo los neumáticos a punto y la batería cargada. Adelantamiento. Cada adelantamiento es, sencillamente, una obra de arte… salvo aquellos es que, por culpa del DRS un piloto pasa al otro en plena recta… Ahorro de combustible. Muchos me habéis preguntado “¿cómo es posible correr y ahorrar combustible?” Es posible, los buenos pilotos hacen que lo imposible pueda hacerse. Hay muchos trucos, pero lo importante es el tipo de conducción, más suave y “dejando correr más el coche”, una frase muy de argot. Ahorro de neumáticos. Más de lo mismo. Hay pilotos que saben ir rápido sin castigar las gomas. Ahorras neumáticos con frenadas progresivas, buscando alargar las curvas para no tener que acelerar con tanta decisión y siendo suaves con el volante. Estorbar… ¿Os acordáis de la actuación de Checo Pérez en el último GP de 2021? ¿O de cómo Alonso contuvo a Schumacher en Imola 2005? ¿O como Gilles Villeneuve ganó en el Jarama en 1981 conteniendo a 4 rivales? Conclusión. Si teníais alguna duda, creo que la he disipado: Los pilotos de F1 son, todos absolutamente todos, excepcionales. Insisto: T-O-D-O-S… luego es cierto que en el Olimpo hay dioses, con minúscula, y DIOSES, con mayúscula… Y ser muy, pero que muy rápidos, es condición necesaria, pero no suficiente. Y si os fijáis todos los Campeones de Mundo han sido rápidos, muy rápidos, pero no todos los pilotos rápidos han sido Campeones del Mundo… Coche del día Os voy a sorprender: Voy a elegir como coche del día al Ford Fiesta 1.0 Ecobost (2017). ¿Por qué? Porque participé con el en una prueba benéfica que organizaba Ford, que no era una carrera, sino una prueba que mezclaba velocidad y consumo…

Locked On Broncos - Daily Podcast On The Denver Broncos
Denver Broncos Free Agency Preview: How will Denver address linebacker?

Locked On Broncos - Daily Podcast On The Denver Broncos

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2022 29:53


The Denver Broncos approach free agency with some interesting decisions pending regarding their future at inside linebacker. Denver has three unrestricted free agents in Josey Jewell, Alexander Johnson, and Kenny Young. With Vic Fangio gone from Denver, does that impact the optics of Jewell or Johnson returning? Why does Fangio's departure from Denver bode well for Young staying? Will the Broncos invest in building with young guys like Baron Browning, Jonas Griffith, and Justin Strnad? Denver Broncos Free Agency Preview: Inside Linebacker SUBSCRIBE NOW: https://www.youtube.com/c/LockedOnBroncos WANT MORE DAILY DENVER BRONCOS CONTENT? Follow & Subscribe to the Podcast on these platforms…

Klahr and Kompany
Klahr & Kompany | Hour 2 | 02.05.22

Klahr and Kompany

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2022 49:56


Hour 2 with Klahr & Kiz today kicks off woth The Sporting News, Big10 Netword and Fox Sports Bracketologist Mike DeCourcey joins the show to talk all-things college basketball and multiple tams that could win the dance in March, plus can the Pac-12 be a force in March also? Kiz's colleague at the Denver Post, Ryan O'Halloran joins the guys continuing the Broncos' conversations debating what Hackett can succeed at that Fangio failed and how exactly Hackett ties to Rodgers. Up next is WinnersAndWhiners.com's Scott Steehn giving his view on what happened to the Chiefs plus a lot of local games of the week and the guys' picks! Rounding out the show is BuffStampede.com's Adam Munsterteiger as they recap National Signing Day and how the transfer portal and NIL is affecting the Buffs' off-season plans.     See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Drive Time Sports Podcast
1-31 THE ANTI-FANGIO

Drive Time Sports Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 17:26


Ryan explains why Nathaniel Hackett may be the complete opposite of Vic Fangio, and why that's exactly what the Broncos need See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shel-Shocked
Episode 35: Welcome to Denver Coach Hackett

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 27, 2022 79:59


In the 35th Episode of "Shel-Shocked" Shelby reacts to the breaking news that Nathaniel Hackett will be the new Broncos Head Coach. Hear Shelby's thoughts just a few hours after learning who his new head coach would be. Also, Shelby and BK break down the crazy endings to the Divisional Round of the Playoffs, and look ahead to the Conference Championships. And, Shelby shares weighs in on the Pro Baseball Hall of Fame.

Formula 101
Driver Spotlight: Fangio

Formula 101

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 17:46


This week's mini-series episode covers one, if not THE best driver statistically in history! Check out my quick 15-minute discussion about Juan Manuel Fangio, the five time champ who had a huge impact on Formula One. Instagram: @formula101_podcast, @peyton_haahr, @artby_peytonTikTok: @peytonhaahrWEBSITE: https://peytonhaahr.wixsite.com/formula101 

Scotch and Cigars Podcast
SUPER Wildcard Weekend Sucks and Blows, Should NFL keep 7th seed?, Ed/Anthony celebrate the firing of their HCs, 2022 HC hot seats, Divisional Round Picks

Scotch and Cigars Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 74:35


SUPER Wildcard Weekend means SUPER sucks and blows and Anthony stuns by picking someone he normally reveres; should the NFL keep the 7th seed, given that most of the 7 seed vs 2 seed games have been blowouts so far the last two years?; Ed revels in the firing of Vic Fangio and Anthony does the same with the surprise firing of Joe Judge; which NFL coaches will enter 2022 on the hot seats?; Divisional weekend game picks 

Afternoon Drive
Thursday Jan. 20: Hour 1 - Coaching trees, Jokic triple-double, Joel Embiid, Harbaugh heading to Vegas? Tampa Bay Rays

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 47:12


Broncos HC interviews continue, most prolific coaching trees in NFL, Nikola Jokic racks up incredible triple-double as he powered the Nuggets to an OT win, Jokic for back-to-back MVP, Joel Embiid, Broncos fans should worry if Jim Harbaugh and Vic Fangio end up as HC and DC with Raiders, MLB shuts-down idea of Rays splitting time between Tampa Bay and Montreal

Inspired By True Events Network
IBTE Sports Podcast: No More Parties in LA!

Inspired By True Events Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 78:17


This week we speak about Week 18 and NFL Playoff matchups coming up for 2021 NFL Season. Colts meltdown/Steelers to the playoffs Raiders/Chargers Tennessee-Worst 1 seed ever? Rams/49ers Coach firings (Flores, Judge, Fangio, Nagy) End of the year awards predictions (MVP, OPOY, DPOY, OROY, DROY, Coach, Comeback player) Super Wild Card Weekend outlook PLAYOFF MATCHUPS: Bills/Pats Bengals/Raiders Chiefs/Steelers Eagles/Bucs 49ers/Cowboys Rams/Cardinals Visit ibtenetwork.com to learn more about Inspired By True Events Network. IBTE Sports: https://www.instagram.com/ibtesports/  https://twitter.com/ibtesports?s=21 IBTE Network: https://www.instagram.com/ibtenetwork/ Lawrence: https://www.instagram.com/therealecnerwal/  & https://twitter.com/therealecnerwal Kenny: https://twitter.com/KLacy02 Phil: https://www.instagram.com/yaboyphil781/ & https://twitter.com/yaboyPhil781 Neil: https://twitter.com/YoungBlood13_ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/ibtenetwork/support

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant
Las 10 carreras más emocionantes de la Fórmula 1

El Garaje Hermético de Máximo Sant

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 16, 2022 22:14


Es curioso: La etapa de la Fórmula 1 que en mi opinión ha sido la más aburrida de la historia, ha acabado con una de las carreras más emocionantes de la historia… pero es que en la #F1 ha habido carreras muy, pero que muy emocionantes. Os hemos seleccionado las 10 mejores… Está claro que para conseguir carreras emocionantes hay cuatro ingredientes que, al menos alguno, no pueden faltar: Circuitos míticos, grandes pilotos, estrategias atrevidas… y la lluvia. No es casual que aparezcan Nürburgring, Monza, Mónaco por duplicado o mi querido Jarama…y Jerez, ¡qué pena que no vaya la F1 a Jerez! Ni es casual que aparezcan nombres como Cevert, Fangio, Lauda, Senna, Mansell, Verstappen o Alonso. 1. Nürburgring (Alemania) 1957. La estrategia no es algo nuevo. Ya en 1957 una buena estrategia podía valer una victoria. Para muchos esta carrera es la obra maestra de Fangio que decidió hacer la carrera con neumáticos blandos y la mitad de gasolina y parar a media carrera. Sus rivales, nada menos que Mike Hawthorn y Peter Collins hicieron la carrera de un tirón. 2. Monza (Italia) 1971. La carrera más ajustada de la historia. Sólo una centésima separó al vencedor, Peter Gethin, de Peterson. No solo es la carrera con menor diferencia entre los dos primeros de la historia, también la llegada en grupo más ajustada, con Cevert, Hailwood y Ganley a rebufo. 3. Monte Fuji (Japón) 1976. Lauda era humano. Porque, aunque hasta entonces pareciese un robot o un androide, en esta carrera Lauda demostró ser humano… y este gesto, para mí, le hace más grande. Pese el accidente de Nürburgring y gracias a una milagrosa y esforzada recuperación, Lauda podía ganar el título. 4. Jarama (España) 1981. ¿Quién lo imaginaba? El circuito del Jarama fue el escenario de la última victoria de Gilles Villeneuve. Nadie lo imaginaba en ese momento. Y, por cierto, el último Gran Premio de Fórmula 1 que se celebró en Madrid. 5. Mónaco (1982). ¿Nadie quiere ganar? Eso parecía en 1982 en G.P. de Mónaco. En la penúltima vuelta Patrese que iba primero con su Brabham trompea y cala el motor. Le adelantan Pironi con Ferrari y De Cesaris con Alfa Romeo, pero en la última vuelta los coches italianos se pararon, el Ferrari con una avería y el Alfa sin gasolina. Al final Patrese consigue ganar la carrera que nadie quería ganar. 6. Jerez (España) 1986. Senna es mucho Senna. Incluso para un Nigel Mansell en su mejor momento. Mansell pinchó una rueda de su Williams y se reincorporó a la pista a 20 segundos del Lotus de Ayrton Senna y a algo menos del McLaren de Alain Prost. Impuso un ritmo frenético increíble con los neumáticos nuevos, adelantó a Prost y cuando faltaban dos vueltas estaba a 6 segundos de Senna aún estaba lejos. Esas dos vueltas son para la historia de la F1. 7. Mónaco (1996). Combinación explosiva. Circuito urbano y lluvia a mares igual a emoción garantizada. Michael Schumacher, salía primero, poro no completo ni una vuelta. Ni tampoco Pedro Lamy, Giancarlo Fisichella, Jos Verstappen, el padre de Max ni Rubens Barrichello. Hill se puso en primero, pero rompió en la vuelta 40. Jean Alesi heredó la primera plaza, pero a 15 vueltas del final rompió su suspensión. ¡Y apareció Olivier Panis! Había salido decimocuarto y con su modesto Ligier después de 75 vueltas y dos horas de carrera, logró su primera y única victoria en la Fórmula 1. 8. Imola (Italia) 2005. Cuando Fernando se puso galones. Fernando Alonso luchaba por su primer título mundial contra Kimi Räikkönen. Pero en Imola, el rival fue el más duro posible, Michael Schumacher que estuvo más de 20 vueltas rodando a solo unas décimas del español, aunque no consiguió superarlo. 9. Montreal (Canadá) 2011. El mundo está loco, loco, loco. Es el título de una película, pero encaja en esta carrera, celebrada en el circuito Gilles Villeneuve, una de las más raras y curiosas de la historia de la Fórmula 1. Llovía y Jenson Button a pesar de recibir un “drive-through” por superar la velocidad tras el Safety, de sufrir un pinchazo, de hacer seis paradas en boxes y de pelear con Sebastian Vettel, ganó la carrera. 10. Yas Marina (Abu Dabi) 2021. Una vuelta que vale un Mundial. ¡Quién lo iba a decir! Que después de 7 años bastante aburridos con el reglamento híbrido de 2014, que ha ganado siempre la misma escudería y casi siempre, el mismo piloto, íbamos a cerrar esta etapa con una temporada así, con un G.P. así y con una última vuelta como la que vimos. Coche del día ¡Seguro que no adivináis el coche del día! Tiene que ver con la F1… en mi caso. Ya os he comentado que escuché el GP del Jarama que ganó Villeneuve en la mili, concretamente dentro de un Land Rover Santana largo del ‘78, un coche que fue mi primer contacto con el TT y con la tracción total… y que disfrute como un niño.

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

Klis’ Mike Drop
Klis' Mike Drop podcast: Recapping the Broncos season, Fangio fired, ownership and coaching changes coming

Klis’ Mike Drop

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 14, 2022 20:05


Another season to forget. The Denver Broncos put the finishing touches on yet another losing season this past weekend, extending their NFL playoff drought for a sixth consecutive year. Those events led to the firing of former head coach Vic Fangio on Sunday, which kickstarted the 2022 offseason. In his latest podcast, 9NEWS insider Mike Klis recaps Denver's campaign, addresses the Fangio decision and discusses what will come next for the organization -- which is facing major coaching and ownership questions. Find episodes of Klis' Mike Drop on Spotify, Google Play, Apple Podcasts and PodBean! Apple Podcasts Spotify Google Play PodBean

Shel-Shocked
Episode 33: Thank You Vic

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 61:50


In the 33rd Episode of Shel-Shocked, Shelby and BK look back at Vic Fangio's contributions to the Broncos and try to figure out where the team goes from here. Shelby details the type of Coach he wants to see, and what attributes are most important.Shelby also gives a preview of what his off-season looks like as well.And, Shelby and BK offer their Super Wild-Card Weekend Picks, as well as their Super Bowl Matchup and Super Bowl 56 winner.

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey
Nick & Cecil | Hour 3 | 1.12.22

Fantasy Football Show with Cecil Lammey

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 46:29


Nick and Cecil head to the text line before going down the list to see who is on their wish list for the Broncos coaching staff. In Nick's Cannonball, he gives us some inside info on how the defense operated during the Fangio era. Nick reveals his mystery QB the Broncos could pursue. They break down what went wrong for the Nuggets in last night's game in the City of Angels. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Best of Mile High Sports
Afternoon Drive: Todd Davis on Broncos HC search

Best of Mile High Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 11:04


Todd Davis on the Broncos Head Coach search, Eric Bieniemy, Jerod Mayo, former players breaking into the coaching ranks, where Vic Fangio fell short in Denver

Axis of Football
Week 18 - Raiders / Chargers cap thrilling end of regular season, Steelers sneak into the playoffs, Niners stun Rams in comeback victory, Zimmer, Flores, Fangio, Nagy, Judge canned

Axis of Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 78:59


Afternoon Drive
Monday Jan. 10: Hour 2 - Options for new Broncos head coach, Vic Fangio era ends, Who's on the list & who should be? Avs

Afternoon Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 11, 2022 44:01


Interviews George Paton has requested, Minnesota cleans house, how will Vic Fangio's time in Denver be remembered? Coaches on the list and others who Paton should look at, AValanche host Kraken, Bol Bol and DeMarcus Cousins

That's Good Broncos
That's Good Broncos: Denver Broncos Fire Fangio

That's Good Broncos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 48:24


Vic Fangio was fired by the Denver Broncos. The Broncos fired head coach Vic Fangio after a loss to the Kansas City Chiefs in the regular-season finale. Offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur has also been let go & not let go. Denver could interview Cowboys defensive coordinator Dan Quinn, OC Kellen Moore, Buccaneers OC Byron Leftwich, Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett, Jim Harbaugh, Mike Zimmer and possibly others.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast
Week 18 Sunday Night Freestyle: Chargers-Raiders insanity, Colts clown show & Fangio's firing cap wild season finale

Yahoo Sports NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 69:55


Sunday kicked off the first Week 18 in NFL history, and boy, did the league get every minute's worth. There were three overtime games including a nail biting Chargers-Raiders classic that saw the Black Hole earn their first playoff berth in 5 years thanks to a Daniel Carlson field goal in the final seconds of OT.Charles Robinson & Frank Schwab react to one of the wildest finishes in recent memory on today's podcast & run through the key stories as the league shifts into post-season mode: the Jacksonville Jaguars clowning on the Indianapolis Colts, the Denver Broncos firing head coach Vic Fangio, the Pittsburgh Steelers keeping Ben Roethlisberger's career going for one last rodeo, Joe Judge's embarrassing play calls and much more.Stay up to date with the latest NFL news and coverage from Yahoo Sports on Twitter @YahooSportsNFL.Follow Charles @CharlesRobinsonPlease support Terez Paylor's legacy by supporting the Terez A. Paylor scholarship at Howard University:• Buy an All-Juice Team hoodie or tee from BreakingT.com/Terez. All profits directly fund the scholarship.• Donate directly at giving.howard.edu/givenow. Under “Tribute,” please note that your gift is made in memory of Terez A. Paylor. Under “Designation,” click on “Other” and write in “Terez A. Paylor Scholarship.”Check out the rest of the Yahoo Sports podcast family at https://apple.co/3zEuTQj or at yahoosports.com/podcasts See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

Huddle Up Podcast's show
HU #827: Aftermath: Takeaways from George Paton's Post-Fangio Presser

Huddle Up Podcast's show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 80:22


Chad Jensen and Zack Kelberman react to #Broncos GM #GeorgePaton's presser after #VicFangio was dismissed Sunday morning. What did we learn about the coaching search and Drew Lock's future? SHOW NOTES Merch: http://huddleuppod.com/ Chad Jensen: https://twitter.com/ChadNJensen Zack Kelberman: https://twitter.com/KelbermanNFL Slam it here for more Broncos coverage: http://milehighhuddle.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Broncos Podcast with Troy Renck
Fangio Fired. What Does Paton Want in New Coach? Will Ownership Limbo hurt search?

The Broncos Podcast with Troy Renck

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 26:03


In my latest podcast presented by SuperBook Sports, I discuss the firing of Vic Fangio. The numbers made it a logical choice. GM George Paton (8:50 - 9:30; 11:38 - 12:10) identified characteristics he wants in new leader and departing CEO Joe Ellis discusses whether the ownership uncertainty will impact the coaching search (21:24 - 21:45). My podcast is made possible by my great friends and sponsors: Hoggatt Injury Law, Birch Prospects, RBJ Glass. Blake Street Tavern and Mile High Sports.

Broncos Blitz
Will Fangio keep his job; Remembering Dan Reeves

Broncos Blitz

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 25:33


Shel-Shocked
Episode 32: New Year's Resolutions

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 66:08


In the 32nd Episode of "Shel-Shocked" Shelby and BK take time to remember the late, great John Madden and what he meant to the world of football. They also talk about how Christmas went, before the Broncos ill-fated trip to Sin City. Shelby reiterates the strong bond this team has compared to teams he's been on in the past, and how frustrating it is, that they need so much help at this point to make the Post-season. With Covid on the rise across the country, and across NFL locker rooms, including at UC Health Training Center, Shelby shares his thoughts on where things stand with the ever-changing protocols. And, Shelby & BK talk New Year's Resolutions.

Slow Pit Stop
Fangio and the Cursed Cuban Race (Episode 15)

Slow Pit Stop

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 30, 2021 43:53


We're too nervous for the last 2 races. So instead of talking about them, Arafat regales Mohammed and guest Ashir with the story of Juan Manuel Fangio and the 1958 Cuban Grand Prix. --- 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/slowpitstop/message

Shel-Shocked
Episode 27: Chris Harris Jr.

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 25, 2021 49:58


In the 27th episode of Shel-Shocked, Broncos great and current Chargers Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. stops by (22:30). Prior to that Shelby shares how happy he is to see Courtland Sutton & Tim Patrick get their new contract extensions. He also explains what "self-scouting" looks like over the bye week. Chris, who's never one to hold back his opinion lets us know what he likes about the Broncos offense under Teddy Bridgewater. CHJ also gives detail into what makes Justin Herbert tick, but doesn't necessarily fall for the bait when asked how to stop the Chargers signal-caller.Of course Shelby has a detailed Chargers preview as well, and he lets everyone know what he thinks about Thanksgiving Turkey! Hint: he's not the biggest fan...

Shel-Shocked
Episode 24: Quinn Meinerz

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 28, 2021 59:09


In the 24th episode of Shel-Shocked, Offensive Lineman Quinn Meinerz stops by (25:32). Prior to that Shelby opens the episode with more detail on his postgame comments following the Browns loss where he implored his teammates to have more fun. He also offers thoughts on how he and the team are hoping to get their issues corrected (11:00). And he weighs in on fan negativity and the difference between how people act online, versus when they see him in person (16:06). Of course he previews what the Washington Football Team likes to do on offense and what to expect Sunday.

Shel-Shocked
Episode 22: Netane Muti

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 76:57


In the 22nd episode of Shel-Shocked, Offensive Lineman Netane Muti stops by (35:36). Prior to that Shelby shares his thoughts on the Jon Gruden situation and everything surrounding that (2:55). Also Shelby dives into what went wrong in the Steelers game, and what's correctable. As expected, there's a couple minutes on Shelby's beloved Brewers (35:36). And Shelby previews the Raiders (57:41) with some areas the defense can improve and what they can do to attack Derek Carr. In the Mailbag, among other things, you'll hear what Shelby's favorite thing to do in Winter is.

NFL: Good Morning Football
Justin Herbert lights up Raiders; Fangio or Harbaugh; James Bradberry; Power Rankings

NFL: Good Morning Football

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 42:27


In the latest edition of the Good Morning Football Podcast, hosts Kay Adams, Kyle Brandt, Peter Schrager, and Michael Robinson breakdown the Monday Night Football matchup between the Las Vegas Raiders and the Los Angeles Chargers! Then they take sides on the sticky situation between the Denver Broncos head coach Vic Fangio and the Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh. They also dive into fantasy waiver wire pickups, power rankings, and lastly, are joined by New York Giants cornerback, James Bradberry. The Good Morning Football Podcast is part of the NFL Podcast Network. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Shel-Shocked
Episode 15: DeShawn Williams

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 26, 2021 67:21


In the 15th episode of Shel-Shocked, Defensive Lineman DeShawn Williams stops by (27:20). Prior to that Shelby shares his thoughts on the news of the day that Teddy Bridgewater was named the Broncos starting QB. Shelby also talks about what the decision means for Drew Lock and the entire team. DeShawn and Shelby discuss the similarities in their NFL journeys and it's easy to hear how close the two players are with one another. Also, stick around for the Mailbag because Shelby tells you which teammate he'd choose to be stuck in an elevator with and at the very end of the episode, he weighs in on the seemingly daily dustups between Bradley Chubb and Garrett Bolles.

Shel-Shocked
Episode 12: Drew Lock - Training Camp Check-In

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2021 64:16


In the 12th episode of "Shel-Shocked" we check in with Broncos Quarterback Drew Lock (43:46). Prior to that Shelby gives a detailed breakdown of how things are going in training camp after 2 days in pads, and what types of drills and practice periods he likes, and doesn't like. Shelby also talks about next week's joint practices. And, he weighs in on the Simone Biles criticism and how it relates to his family as well. And in the mailbag, he addresses why his teammates "hate" on him so much on the "Question of the Day" cam!

Shel-Shocked
Episode 11: Alexander Johnson

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2021 38:37


In the 11th episode of "Shel-Shocked" Broncos Inside Linebacker and leading tackler in 2020, Alexander Johnson stops by (17:52). Prior to that Shelby talks about the 1st Day of Training Camp and the return to work for he and his teammates. Hear how this year is different, and how it's similar in a lot of ways. Alexander talks about his goals for 2021, and he has no problem acknowledging that he's in a contract year (22:50). Also, the Chief Beast drops some big news as well (25:00). This Podcast was created with the intent to bring Broncos Country inside the locker room once the season started, and that's exactly what it does.

Shel-Shocked
Episode 1: Mike Purcell

Shel-Shocked

Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 65:29


In the premiere episode of "Shel-Shocked" Shelby welcomes his fellow defensive lineman Mike Purcell (12:08). They cover a lot of ground including their thoughts on Tim Tebow joining the Jaguars, why Broncos players believe in Drew Lock, and they even talk some trash about their video game prowess. It's the first time Mike has really talked since his season ending injury in October, and he provides an update for where he is medically.Also, Shelby shares thoughts on Ja'Wuan James being released on how other players are viewing the entire situation.