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The Goal of Positive Television is to generate publicity for the many individuals and organizations already making positive change and to assist developing groups and individuals flourish. Prabhat's belief is that there are already many positive things being done all around the world, so creating programs and events will serve to inspire more people to get involved. Prabhat has said, “People have a fascination with all aspects of celebrity life, so I wanted to create a network that focuses on the giving done by celebrities and use that celebrity power for the highest good.” Connect with Prabhat at https://positivetelevision.org/ or, if you have an idea, or enjoy this podcast, pick up the phone and give him a call @310-872-0669 Transcript below is machine generated Brandon Handley 0:00 4321 Hey there spiritual dope. Today I have with me Prabhat Gautam and you know, I'm gonna deviate a little bit, I'll definitely let you know that for both comes from, you know, to me from positive television. That org it's a positive television is something that provides has created himself and he connects with a ton of ton of different people and organizes lots of awesome events. But you know today I just want to I want to take a little bit of a deviation from just kind of doing the biographical statements I just wanted to say, you know, Rob came to me, by way of, you know, just kind of like a random introduction, you would you had introduced Kiko Ellsworth to the podcast, and I just wanted to reach out and say, thank you for that. And then it turned into, you know, kind of, you know, getting on the podcast, and I just thought that was really cool. Because you never know whose life you're touching, right? When you do these podcasts and who you're reaching out to. And, you know, even before we got started today, you're you're sharing that? Well, you know, you still listen to a podcast or two. And it's always great to hear that, that what's being sent out is being heard. So thank you for that for being a listener, but also for, you know, being a connector and also for the work that you do in the space that you are in, which we'll certainly talk about, and for being on here today. Prabhat Gautam 1:31 But thank you so much, Brandon, and thanks for creating this amazing platform. And, you know, when I heard episodes, I just I wanted Chico to be on there. Because, you know, Chico, last year did this amazing conference. And he's looking for opportunities to talk about his spiritual journey. And I was like Brandon's the guy, because the reality is what you're doing with the whole spiritual junk movement and what you're doing with your podcast. It's really getting spirituality, I think, to a next level, or it's real for people. And I think during our time today, we'll talk about how you're making it real for people. And it's not just, you know, as we heard many times of your podcast, this out there thing that people aren't practicing every day, you're making it a practical thing. What you're doing Brandon Handley 2:19 now, thank you. Thank you. And I'm glad that that's coming through, right? Because that's absolutely the intent is how do we make this practical and less nebulous, and more of something that is in your life every day all the time? Right, there's no separation. So since you have listened, then then you should know, right, the next piece is that the universe speaks to us. Right? And, and there's somebody out there today that you know, is going to be tuned into the podcast. And there's a message that is being delivered to and through you that that listeners are going to need to hear what is that message today. Prabhat Gautam 2:57 I really deeply believe that. I want people to find what they're just what they're driven to do. And it may not need to be your occupation. But live more of that. If you're a painter and you love painting, I'm not saying you need to quit your job and become a professional painter. But make time every week in your life to do that. If you love going to the beach, because it brings you joy, go once a week, once a month, like take your vacations there. So we know deep down what we're drawn to like where there's a magnet, we know what we're getting what we feel deeper than we need to be around. And I think for the truth is, for a lot of us, it's good people. It's inspirational programming. So go find that stuff. So that's what I hope people will do is, is do more of this stuff that really nourishes you and fulfills you. Because when you do that amazing, wonderful things open up in mostly you open up. Brandon Handley 4:00 That's awesome. So the I mean, the idea that the idea that simply do more of what you love, right, and it doesn't have to be this doesn't have to be the this thing where you throw everything away and just do this thing, right? Like you always hear people talking about burning bridges and let it all go right. But just just to find time and and make that time to to go do it. And the idea, I love the idea that it's going to nourish and fulfill you, right? Yeah, I mean, just I mean talk a little bit more about what you mean by nourishment and fulfillment, right? What's that mean to you? Prabhat Gautam 4:42 Yeah, what it really means is it my three favorite analogies are always sports, dating and food, right? Those three things and they like when you think about when, when you're in those worlds if you meet somebody you like them. You want to spend more time, right? There's like this, this magnetism if you'd like somebody in sports, you do all this time to practice every day, because you're preparing for the game. And if you go into a game, and you've never practiced your level performance, it's just not gonna be the same level as your, as your competitors, and your teammates. And then obviously, in the food world, we've all done this, we're all guilty of it, I'm still guilty of it, sometimes, you have this pack day, we have so much you have to do, you look up at two o'clock, you haven't eaten anything, you haven't drank juice, you haven't, like, you know, you've not you've, you've basically gone through a 568 hours a day, with no nutrients, often no water, and that's gonna affect your ability, like, it's gonna affect your brain, it's gonna affect your effectiveness. And the reality is, it's gonna affect your mood, you're not going to be as loving, as nurturing as thoughtful a person. So for me, everything comes back to, we know what nurtures us, we know what fills us. So when you know, in you what you need to be nurtured. And I know for me on the food level, I love quick snacks, like I love snack bars, I love to have juice in the morning. And that's how I like to run my day. So if I'm not doing that, or not taking care of my basic nutritional needs, it's going to impact what I'm going to be able to do for other people. I think you know, this brand, and even with your podcast, you might do multiple podcasts in a day. But if you're not making any time for you, and your loved ones, it's gonna affect your podcast, like you're going to feel it, your energy levels is going to be a little lower, you're going to be a little tired, you're not going to have as much focus. And you're doing this all the time. I think at a high level, I think you're doing amazing work. But the truth is, can we all do things at a higher level? And how much are we holding ourselves back? When we're not nourishing ourselves? Brandon Handley 6:54 Yeah, I mean, that's powerful. Right? Can I mean just, yeah, just the idea of, can we be doing something at a higher level, by by nourishing ourselves, right, by by adding the element of making sure that we're taking care of ourselves, and that's inclusive of taking care of our families. And, you know, as as, as, you know, look as a family, man, right? I can, I will definitely feel thrown off balance, if I'm not having that family time. Right. And it will definitely show up in everything that I'm doing, just like you're saying. So what, you know, one of the cool things, I mean, you know, the, I know you through right, is the positive television piece, right, which you shared with me. Well, let's talk a little bit about that. And how you got that spun up and organized. And what took you there? Prabhat Gautam 7:42 Yeah, so for me, I grew up on the MTV era, right, in the, in the 90s. And I remember when I, I just loved it, you know, loved music videos, and just loved sort of it was this pop culture phenomenon. And I think, you know, getting out of college as like, Well, what do I want my life to be? And I went, and I did an internship with Amnesty International, but I thought my life would be putting these reports together about what's happening internationally, and fixing, you know, atrocities, and how do we change the world? And then right before I finished college, I interned with the Vice President, the University, University of Oklahoma, and then I started writing out what would my dream world look like? And how would I want to be part of it? And I felt like media has this incredible power, to motivate, inspire, and get people to take action? So I thought, Well, okay, media can do that when they tell stories. And this is, you know, 1999. I thought, well, what if you're actually intentional with your media? What if it's not like, oh, there's 29 minutes of local news. That's depressing and terrible, and you're scare? And the last 30 seconds are, you know, somebody saved the cat that went up a tree? What did we actually just did all positive stories, while we're being realistic, that there's a lot of terrible things happening in the world, but it's always solution oriented. And that's really sort of the impetus of what positive telogen turned into. So I moved out to LA in 2000, to create this television network. And again, I was young, I didn't know what I was doing, which I honestly believe is the best place to be at when you don't know what you're doing. You just take steps step step. And you might take a wrong step, but it's a learning step. So again, right? What I love to use words like failure and wrong, because I think so often people view those as negative. And I feel like if we own Hey, I failed, hey, I don't I've made the wrong choices, then it's like, Okay, well, then I know there's a right choice to make. I know there's a chance for success. So for me, you know, I believed in this world moved to Los Angeles to try to create this television network. And the next thing that happened is Tesla events. I've met all these people that I thought would help me build this network, and I ended up producing events and now 21 years later, I've produced 800 events in Los Angeles. with, you know, huge celebrities, usually super wealthy people. And and now when I look back in 1999, and 2008, a cable TV channel, but I saw a world where there's no commercials where you're just telling stories. And the reality is, there was no YouTube, there's no Facebook, there's no Google in 1999. Like, none of that existed in the way it exists now. So sometimes when you're early, it's really difficult because you think the world doesn't believe in what you believe in. And later, you realize, like when I listen to podcasts now, and you watch YouTube videos, and you see Netflix, Amazon, there's so much content that's inspirational. It was like 1% of the content and 9099. Now, if you want to be surrounded by positivity all day, you can live in that positive bubble as much as you want. Which I think realistically, we need we need. After you've had a family member that's passed, or something sad happened, you needed to be lifted up, and you need to be in a place of all positivity. And then when you come back to the regular world, where there's some negative, some positive, you can start at 20 9010, you could really, you can curate your positivity in one of the podcasts that you did random that I loved was with Mr. Youngblood and you talked about Wish I love you said, if somebody finds a spiritual community, that doesn't work for them, it's not an indictment on that community or on you, it just isn't a fit. So go seek out other communities. Because once you find your community, you'll you know what you feel it. And sometimes the search isn't the first door. It's four doors, it's eight doors, but every door taught you your resilience, and how bad you want to find your try. Brandon Handley 12:00 Yeah, 100%. And thanks for that. Right. The idea is, Unknown Speaker 12:05 I think once Brandon Handley 12:06 you start to feel that spiritual pool, there's kind of no stopping you. But there is, there's the opportunity to find a community that you don't really know identify with, or feel like you fit in with and you can keep moving again, like you're saying beyond to to the next or the next word, there's so, so many, so many places that you can go right now. That is just, it's just amazing. And to your point, right? You know, we didn't have YouTube, back in the day, we didn't have Facebook, we didn't have all these communities, we didn't have all these things open to us, that we that we've got available right now. But I love the idea of what you're saying too. And that kind of fear. If you're a visionary, right? If you're ahead of your time, you may feel like people aren't believing in you, or you start to maybe doubt like your own vision and, and kind of what you're going through. And it's not that the world isn't ready for you. It's it's getting ready, right? It's like It's like, it's like getting dressed for the prom, right? It's just gonna take, so it's gonna take a little bit longer than you expected. Prabhat Gautam 13:09 And I think too, sometimes it's, I remember in college, but I just was flipping channels. Late at night, I saw the story about missing kids. And I said, Why are we not finding these kids? I never knew any kid that's missing. I just saw this story. And it just impacted me. So I started writing letters to Oprah and Rosie O'Donnell and CNN and said, We need to like find these kids, like don't show photos of them. Let's incorporate it into your programming. And I remember getting all these letters back where they're like, Oh, yeah, you know, we tried to dress it. We're doing this, we're doing that. I remember, I did a mock up of what I thought that look like. And it was this television network where all the commercials would be little ads at the bottom, there'd be no real commercial just be like, you know, it's basically what's a banner ad on and, and the internet now. And I remember kind of writing everything up and saying I think the future is going to be a ton of content like you know, when john f kennedy was killed you see the the story with a reporters telling you know, Walter Cronkite tells the story. I want to watch the whole news coverage before that last minute where he says that, so we're gonna find that archival footage, and I thought eventually there'll be a video outlet somewhere where you find out archivable news footage. I had no idea what YouTube would be would be silly videos and, you know, cat videos or whatever else. But it's also what you were saying. It's highly educational, Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, all these things. They can suck up your day and 19 hours are wasted. Or it can be inspirational. You're growing, you're learning you find your community of people, so many wonderful friends who live in that social media space. They work in that space. They're there in you know, they're influencers, that space. They have people that they know every aspect of their life. They're friends with that they Never met face to face. And I think, isn't that a beautiful thing like you're creating pen pals all over the world that you're connected with. And for me, I in social media, where I, you know, I like to put stuff out, I don't spend a lot of time interacting on social media. But again, I think that's, that's a product of my age, I think that's sort of, I come from a world of AI Still, if there's somebody is doing something cool, like what you're doing brand or something, something, Hey, you guys should know about this person. I cold call people. I've done that for 30 years. And I think, you know, when I meet these Gen X, Gen Z kids, they're like, what's called calling like, you find somebody that's doing something that's really amazing. You send them an email, or a phone call, or you just pick up a phone, and you call them and say, Hey, I love what you're doing. This is why I love it. And sometimes divided, it can be a reason why you are going to work together, you're just telling them, Hey, I respect what you're about. And sometimes those things lead to amazing friendships. You know, you can work with those people. At the very least, they got encouragement, I think, you know, we're in a world of we all love being encouraged. We love positivity. But I think part of that equation is we need to put that out, we need to be encouragers. So when you see somebody say something positive, that's really, you know why I'm so excited about this world of this guy, I think it's a whole new media phenomenon where, where it's not four channels is that you know, four channels that dictate to you what you learn, you get to pick what you want to learn every day of your life. And if you don't want to learn what I remember, in 2003, I had a good friend who is Episcopalian, and she would do lat so I said, I want to do let you know, I my backgrounds, cultural anthropology, so I gave up all TV for a month. Well, it happened to coincide with the first with the the Gulf War, the 2003 Gulf War. And I remember thinking, I'm so lucky, I missed that. Because how negative was that seeing bombs thrown on people and death and, and just sort of be in a constant state of fear, where you know, just happen to coincide with the time I, it's the only year I ever did lab. But that LED will always be memorable to me, because I grew up, you know, when you're in Ramadan. I'm not trying to be Catholic or Episcopalian or Muslim. But Ramadan, I said, I want to see what this journey is for people that do that. And I learned so much understanding for what people go through, that really don't eat for the day. Because they don't have access to food, I get to do it as a chance for me to grow. And, you know, try to see what a billion people in the world are doing. But realistically, there are people who don't eat a meal a whole day, there's children that don't eat. So if I can grow as a person and can walk in their shoes, or if even it makes me a better person, Brandon Handley 18:02 right? No, I love that. I love the I love the idea of, you know, just trying to walk in somebody else's shoes for for a period of time, you know, going through, I've never done land. I've never done Ramadan, right. And one of the things that I certainly encourage my family to do with my children is to research other cultures, right? Go research other cultures outside of America. And you know, what, what did they do? What do they celebrate? What does that celebration? What are those kids eating this week? Right? What does that look like for them? And this is something that I took from one of my history teachers way back in the day is like, why something like some type of food that that culture makes? And let's, let's eat that. Let's make that meal, right? Like, what goes into that? And kind of where does it come from? And the background of it. And so, definitely love that. One of the things that, you know, I don't think that we really hit upon you do events, what type of events the Do you know, with with these 800 events? What kind of events are they? Prabhat Gautam 19:03 Yeah, so it's really it's a charity space. So it's, it's a ton of fundraisers. So in 2008, I did a fundraiser for group called kind kids in need of defense. So undocumented children that are that are picked up by ice angelyn it's one of Angelina Jolie's charities. So that was amazing. And she wasn't there. So we didn't get to get married. So I'm still sad by that. I think she was a bad dad at the time anyway. But But you know, I guess put that together. I've done so a lot. First stars with foster kids. That's something I'm passionate about. And then a bunch of the animal charities gentle barn, Farm Sanctuary, Humane Society, like there's just so so it's really my sort of focus is what's the group that doesn't have a voice and then how do we give them a voice? So it's animals, it's people, it's it's people abroad, right. Like, I think even people here you know, it's women and domestic violence. They don't feel like they have a voice. It's Kids. So that's so much of it. So I'd say the majority is, is definitely fundraisers. And then along with that, what I love is doing documentary launches, doing book launch events, restaurant launch events, like the whole thing of getting people there to celebrate. I just I love that. So that's really what I looked back at 21 years and 800 events. But there was one month, September 2007, I did 30 days of events. So I just because I'd never done that, I said, I want to challenge myself, I'll do an event every single day that I produced. And we'll never do that, again, probably. There's a lot of time. But But definitely, it was amazing, because I teamed up with all these other people and said, Hey, I'm doing this month of events come up with a really fun idea. And there's a woman she she made, you know, a little vegan baked goods, and she wanted people to rollerblade I don't work. But now I see that she made these big guns, she gave him away for free. people showed up there probably the weather. And says like, that's fine, you know, and there's some fundraisers obviously during that month, but a lot of it's just, I think my passion is how do you help people figure out their community? How do you grow community that how do you use community to do maximum good in the world. And I think what we all know is we all have, you know, whether people have the financial resources to help, or they can just share a video share a story, there's just we have, we have the ability to help raise awareness, and you know, sign up people, my friend, she metal has a whole movement called raising their vibration, who I'm definitely going to introduce you to Brandon, you know, she has a whole radio thing with la talk radio, but that's her whole thing. It's like she does, you know, public events, how do you raise vibration in the world? So, to me, it's that all comes back to it's, it's just bringing more positivity and, and I'm an obsessed connector. So how do we connect people, and then get them to do more good, because, you know, once I meet people like, hey, Brandon, I'm a kid, this person has a great podcast, who are the people I know beyond that, then if I meet somebody that's a chef, and they went out there doing a cookbook? Well, who do I know, there are photographers to help them with their books. So I'd say so much of my work is people reaching out to me, because they have a project, and they don't know how to move it along. And then I help them make it happen. Brandon Handley 22:25 That's awesome. And I love that, you know, it's kind of like, you've got this, you know, gift of being able to see kind of what's good and everyone and to be able to connect the goodness as it is. Right? And, and to help them to, to scale that out is what it sounds like, right? You know, if somebody doesn't know, you know, they've got a great idea, or they, you know, and they just want to give to the community, and then you're able to help them kind of put that together in some way, shape, or form. And really, what you're doing is raising vibration. Prabhat Gautam 22:58 But thank you, I mean, some things I'm excited, you know, people need for like helping with a documentary Forks Over Knives. They're really the documentary game changers, I helped introduce those producers, to some funders, they'll pay for it. And it's a lot of people that are pieces of puzzles, I just saw people just really honest with and they just say, Hey, this is our budget, you know, we would love to hire you bring you in to help us do this event. But you know, we also need to raise funds for the project. So we're strategically, what do you think we need to do? And I can sit down with them, and I'm honest with them, and I say, you know, these steps, and you know, this is what, from my experience of 21 years of events, where I think you're gonna have the best opportunity. So much of what I talk to people about is go to friends and family first, when you have an idea. I know a lot of times, our family's not encouraging. And that's why a lot of people get into these spaces where they want to help. But I think give them a chance to say no, because if you don't go to them, it's a no, if you go to them, and they say yes. And I've met with people, they say, Oh, well, my best friend's father is a multimillionaire, but you know, I don't really want to go to them to help. But I have this idea, but I have no funding. And I would say to them, go to your friend's father, because maybe he won't give you a million, maybe they give you 5000 10,000. But if he gives you 10 or 20,000 for your project, well, then you start it. And once you started, it's just the philosophy of take a step every step you take, because what I've seen over and over and over again, is when people are the idea phase, we're still used to people talking about ideas, and it doesn't turn into anything. But when you take action, people don't want to hear Oh, I want to go from Los Angeles to Washington DC. They're like I bought a ticket to go from LA to DC. I don't know what I'm gonna do when I get there. I don't know how to you know, there's a whole environmental movement that happened a couple years ago where people went out there, but once you bought the ticket, people are more likely to be on board and I'm not Use your savings to buy that ticket. But if you don't take that first action step, people don't believe you're, you're really going to do it. But once you take that step, that leap of faith, people feel like, wow, this person's committed, what can I do to help them? So I think, give people opportunity to help you. But it starts with what's your action step? And I tell people all the time do Kickstarter do Indiegogo do don't fund me, again, you may only raise 2000. That's 2000 more than you started. But what's gonna happen is you're now putting it out to everybody. You know, this is what I care about. This is my passion. And now, that person that's your friend for five years, who is going to be able to donate, but their friends friends friend has XYZ that you need to help with your project. Will you just why do we need money? We need money to move things along. Right? It's a currency, right? Right. It's right, it's water. So if you if you have the raft, you go out to the water and you know how to swim. It's important. You know how to swim, swimming lessons, then get out there and be with other persons cool. They're there after swimming. But what are they swimming for? Like I remember years ago to get friend, she had to do a walk from LA to Washington, DC to raise awareness about a bunch of issues. And I said, Okay, that's good. Are you serious that I want to do is about children's issues or health issues. Next thing you knew my friend Peter Samuelsson, I tell him about, he said, He's trying to raise awareness about homeless issues. He said, Well, can he push this portable homeless cart at his organization? He darn EDR everyone deserves a roof as part of my job is to help push it. Next thing in the process is the owner the Philadelphia Eagles. Jeffrey Lurie. Yeah, here, we got Jeffrey Lurie on board and Phil are the Eagles doctors, we're going to be her personal doctors on our wall. Wow. And it all became real. And then she's like, wow, am I really going to do this. And obviously her family got scared. She and in the end, she ended up deciding to go to the grad school route versus the walk across the country for a few months. But for her, she needed to know people believed in her. And, and she's this amazing activist. And sometimes what you need is not what you believe to happen to happen. You need to know people believe in you. I think for her, she was in tears. She's like, Peter got Whoopi Goldberg on board. He said, Well, we're doing this event in Philadelphia, why don't you instead of kicking off in LA kick off in Philadelphia. And then let's have Whoopi Goldberg announced your walk, and you start in Philadelphia. And she was like I said, you have Whoopi Goldberg, you have the Philadelphia Eagles owner and their doctors on board. You don't need to raise $5,000 or $10,000. You raise awareness. And through that awareness, you're gonna be able to raise a bunch of money. And you're gonna raise so much awareness for these causes. So I just tell people, let everybody in your circle know what you're doing. Right? And if they feel like it's authentic and genuine, don't you know this rant like doors, open doors always. Brandon Handley 28:11 It's so true, right? Just like you're saying, as soon as and as soon as you take that first action, like you're talking about take that first. That leap of face is like, I call it like the signal to the universe, like, Alright, I'm doing this thing. Or like the fallback thing, I'm gonna need you to catch me, right, like I'm taking, I'm putting this foot down, I'm gonna I'm gonna head in the direction that I told everybody I was gonna head in. I'm gonna need like universal backing, could I go ahead and get that and, and it shows up. And it shows up in such amazing and powerful ways. I mean, I still like kind of well up about I mean, even connecting with you and connecting with all the people that I've gotten to connect with on this podcast and all the other podcasts. It's, it's just so amazing. What will open up if you're willing to, like you said earlier, open yourself up to it. Right? So absolutely. Prabhat Gautam 29:06 All of these things. Yay. Right? Like we were newly friends, right? Friends forever now. And now it's like who the amazing people that are going to be inspired by your podcast, but I'll send you an email, Hey, bring that up. person's cool. I'd love to connect with them. Yeah, and then vice versa, right. like Nike goes through me. Now Kiko is gonna hopefully tap you in his network about the book, but his conference in the next year when he does a live conference, you know, last year, he did a virtual one, but he does a live one. Well, I'm sure he's gonna want you to be part of it. So it's like, you just see that these are the beginning of relationships that are for your life. And again, we're all in different cities, but it's an the paradigm has shifted in such a profound way that we don't need to be next door neighbors in the same block, but we can literally be anywhere in the world and communicate and connect people to want to Now that are in all these amazing things out and I mean, I, I really am just such a strong believer in when he said to the analogy of somebody falling backwards, fall backwards, it's good to know at least one person will catch you. But all you need is one, if one will catch you, then that means there's two, there's 10, there's 100. And there's 100, people don't catch you. You don't need to fall backwards. Now you're all moving forward together, you're all running, you're walking, you're running your you know, walk, jog, run, and then now you're the marathon. And now you're raising all this awareness consciousness about all this dollies, right? Like, and I tell people all the time, I don't care what your passion is, I really don't like my passions. I don't care what your passion is. Just figure it out, find it. If I can help you find a quicker, I want to be part of that. And a good friend years ago, she said, If you met somebody that want to be a hairdresser, you do everything to help her start her hairdressing salon. I said, Yes, I would. And I don't have any desire to go to hairdresser. But I think if you see people's passion, you want to help nurture that you want to be part of that. And, and to me, it all goes back to I in the world of business, right? They'll say, Oh, you just introduction to this, will you get a cut of the deal? I want, I don't want 10% of people's joy. I want 1,000% of their joy like to know you help somebody find their passion and you're part of it. You don't need them to tell you that you don't need plaques, just to see their life, see them excited to know you are part of that journey. And everybody they're ever going to talk to you are part of that. And vice versa. They're part of your joy. What's that worth? That's bazillions. Like that, that's such a higher level value than any amount of money. Brandon Handley 31:46 Now 100% you I mean, you can't you can't buy that, right. And it's, it's it's a challenge to instill that in someone who doesn't have it too. But even though it's already there, right, you can see it for them. And like you want to help them to see that in themselves. Right? Like you're talking about that light, getting them to explore it and maybe needing that encouragement like is that somebody says they want to be a hairdresser. You're like, Yeah, let's go right? Like, you all you need is just that little, I always think about like the tiny seeds in the in the cracks of cement and sidewalks, right? They there's like nothing around them, which is about just the tiniest amount of nurturing, right? nutrients, it gets them to blossom and grow in that in that place, which you know, to me, it speaks to us as well, right? As humans, it's just a little bit of encouragement to go do that thing you said you wanted to do. And I bring this up because some of my first podcast came about right, I had a coach and, and I told her I want to do a podcast and I was expecting I was expecting her to say, well, that's a dumb idea you really shouldn't deviate from from doing doing that. And instead, she's like, Alright, well, what can I do to help? And I was like, What? Yeah, right, it's just and that's all you need is just a little bit of that type of encouragement to, to go and find and do the things that you love, but to have the support with other people with you. That's, that's, you know, that makes it tenfold and beyond. So the other piece that we were talking about before, we figured out our technical challenges today was the idea that, you know, you know, I think you seem to be in a pretty good spiritual place, you know, seem like you're, you're feeling pretty happy. You've got like, you know, your light that you shine to help other lights shine. But you talked a little bit about like a lot of these people that you help with these events that are sad. Right. And and let's talk a little bit about that, since you brought it up earlier. Prabhat Gautam 33:46 Yeah, so yeah, you know, years ago, you know, I met Andy dick, who's, you know, pretty known for his drug and alcohol addiction, right? So we became friends. And then then we had, we had a gallery in Hollywood together. And I remember, you know, just seeing that world of fame, and how so many people like they want to seek that out, right? They want to, and like in any other ad, his brother dies, get a relapse and got back into drinking. And I remember when I was like, 3am, one night, and I said, Ken is what your legacy to be. Because as far as we know, right? We're all going to be gone one day, what's your legacy? And he said, I want to prevent people from the hardships I had. I said, Andy, what does that look like? Is that a bug? Is that a toward you? When I speak to college kids, so they'll never get it? He said, love to do that. I said, so you know, I'll send them encouraging text still on that end. We got to that book, because he wants to help get people out of the pitfalls he got into. And I think so often in the world of celebrity, no, I I interviewed Jim Greenberg. He's donated 40 40 million to charity. amazing person, right. And he's always in a place of giving and high level celebrities, you know. And what you realize is people think they want to have these people's lives and they miss that. Jim is talks about when you're a philanthropist, he said, every day of my life, people are pitching projects that they need funding for. And I have to think, who do I find them utilized often, and whoever I don't find, they may not be able to get the help they need. And he said, I only have limited resources, no matter how much money I have, I still can't find everything you said the majority of his time is on the phone with other donors trying to get them to help fund projects. So you know, he figured out the areas he wants to focus on, he tries to encourage more people as they're growing their wealth to give the money away. And I think we look at it from an outside like, oh, when you're famous, or when you're rich, your life's gonna be easy. And you're cater to one of the people misses. There's a loneliness a lot of people with wealth and fame have. And there's also this world where, when people come to them, they always need something. And so, you know, I remember when when Jim moved into his house in Los Angeles, the first week he moved in, I brought I brought over Amy's soups, who are on his, I said, Jim, you're worse cook than me, I want you to have easy since he does warm a lot, you know, and I've been vegan since 1999. He's vegan plant based, now for a while. So I'd say these are easy soups, you throw them in the, you know, you heat them up on the stovetop, that's good. And, and I said, he doesn't need me to bring him soup. He's a super wealthy person. But I said, we're legitimately friends, I would do that for any friend, whether they have $1 or a million dollars. And and I think we just got to be in a place of, of not having this idol worship. And I think you know, what I love about what you're doing your podcast, Brandon is, it's, it's making spirituality real for people. Because I think too often, they think the pastor is amazing at their church, they think the spiritual teacher of this yoga practice is amazing. Well, what happens to that person is a scandal, which they do. So when the person you look up to is flawed? Do you throw out your whole spiritual practice? Because they're a flawed individual? Or do you say, okay, they were trying to teach something good, but they themselves didn't even get the fullness of what the lesson is. So I think, you know, I think I said to a good friend recently, these are systems, religion is a system, right? These spiritual practices systems, that people can be bound within the system. And there's a group of people who see outside of the system, and the system can still help heal, you can help you grow. I say all the time. If somebody has a drug addiction, alcohol addiction, they've been through a lot of trauma. I want them to find organized religion, if that's going to help them do it. I think there's deeper beyond that. And maybe I'm wrong, but I think there is. So I think whatever you need to break, whatever is holding you back and do that. But ultimately, I want people to find just, I think there's a direct pathway for people, when when you find good people find them. When you find encouragement, buying them. However, people want to describe these things, energy, God, whatever, you know, atheist, it's like it's love. It's goodness, I think it's inconsequential. The the labels we put on stuff is me coming from a cultural anthropology background, there's different words for everything. There's cultures, they have no word for snow, so to snow, because it is the smell of those those communities. So snow exists, the fact that they don't have a word for it doesn't mean that they're lesser or they're devoid of smell, you know, I think we get so caught up in the semantics, the word the word games, and, and people are so busy trying to convert to their one segment of their view. Or really, I think the real work is encourage people to find what is working for them, be loving, be nurturing. And if they're in a path, you don't like that they're on delay, they'll find their way. And I think there's, I think there's an element of people, where there's a missionary element where they want to convert everybody to the one practice. But what happens when you grow your practice, you brought all these people to practice that doesn't even work for you anymore. So instead of trying to bring them to your practice, tell them what works for you. Be honest about it. Tell them any sort of issues you ever had in your journey. And be honest about it. And then if they find this in practice, great if they don't, you being honest, is so genuine. You know, I think for me, for me being vegan for 21 years, I tell people that there's some of those vegan cheeses, meats I didn't like at the beginning. I don't sell it as Oh, everything's great here. I'm like, these are the things I like these are the things I didn't like. This is why I liked it. And this is where, you know, my vegan role is improved. And I think a lot of people resonate with that more because it's a real commentary on my journey. And I think the same thing for for you, Brandon, what are you talking about is you know, you've gone through the podcasts you revamped, you changed and stuff, you learn you, you didn't wake up one day, and you're the next year, Rogen, you woke up one day and started it, modified it live life, modified it live life modified it, where you're at today, maybe different the reaction years from now, but where you're at today is where you feel drawn to be at. So to me, that's your journey, you're supposed to be doing what you're doing. Right? You see it, you feel it? Brandon Handley 40:41 Yeah. And so it's impossible not to. Yeah, right. Once you, once you once you, once you do be in the field that draw that pool into where you're going, I always say to the, if I'm still talking the same talk, and saying the same things in 10 years, and something's probably wrong, that I'm not learning, maybe, right. Like, I'm like, I always, you know, I throw that out there. And then I'm going back to kind of earlier in the conversation just in the in the whole idea of, if you don't know how to do it, start doing it now. Right? Because you, it's almost better that you don't know anything, right? And you just start to do it and you start to do what feels right for you. I love I love what you're saying about the whole idea of, you know, in this, you know, I was certainly you know, against here, initially, you know, kind of falling into the spirituality spaces like, Oh, you got to do this way you do that do this, this is this is the way, right and it's not right. If that was my understanding of my path at that time, you have your very, very, very own path. And it's up to me to encourage you to follow your path, share some of the practices, like you're saying that that I have found that have worked for me, and they're called practices for a reason, right? Because I'm practicing them and I'm practicing, you know, implementing them in my life. And maybe one day, I won't use these same things anymore. And Prabhat Gautam 42:11 then I remember when people talking to me about yoga, I was like, it's just still I can't do it. I'm like, I'm gonna fall asleep. But I had a good friend who she said to me, meditations, whatever you want it to be like, when you're on a train, if you if you're closing your eyes, you're listening to music, and it gets you in a calm state, that's your meditation. And really, it broke, for me the rigidness of it all. And I realized, like, we want people to find calm and peace within. And especially in a world of this hustle bustle you're running around all day. So if you close your eyes to three times a day, and it's calming you and you know, if you're, when you're in the shower, you close your eyes, or you just enjoy the water, or when you're in the morning, right having a bowl of cereal or you're like you're having whatever you're having. And you're like watching, you know, YouTube videos, if your favorite singer, if it brings you joy, and it's uplifting you, I always say my life philosophy is the Sheryl Crow song, if it makes you happy, it can't be that bad. Because I think people should seek out what makes them happy. And then when they realize it's empty, then you need to pivot. And be really honest with yourself, I tell people all the time that they want to be a loan and make as much money as they can make, go out and go on that path. And then when you find that it's empty for you, you realize, okay, you need to make money to live, it's good to have money. So you can, you know, take a trip you have as good as some savings. You know, that's, that's that'll make your life easier. But this pursuit to be the richest, most famous, the most everything person is getting ended up where you're not going to be that one day, you know, be the richest, prettiest, smartest, everything is famous this person. And then once you lose it, you're like, well, who am I? And then you realize that's a question should ask a lot, who am I and find that, and then let all the other things sort of take care of themselves. And I mean, one thing I definitely, you know, when I listen to your podcasts that stuck out to me that I was like, I got to talk to Brandon about this. Because either you're it's gonna resonate with me, or resonate with you? Well, we're gonna have a really good debate. I hope for the latter, but I think it's going to probably resonate is my critique of sort of this new world of spirituality, whatever the last 2025 years, is, it's too much of a multi level marketing plan. You gotta sign up 10 friends, and they're going to sign up to France, we're all going to become really wealthy, and we'll get a piece of it, which really, I think the way it should be is just to live your life, live your life, be who you are. And when that happens, you're not going to sign up 10 friends, you're gonna sign up one person is going to see what you're doing. They're gonna be inspired by it. They're going to go find 1000 people, they're going to find whoever and the reality is there is no Hey, you're going to get a percentage. This is it. We're not selling a product. We're Trying to uplift generations to come. You're trying to, you're trying to create light in the world and created a positivity for generations, well beyond where our lives. So if that happens, there's no scorecard, like, you know, if you're inspirational, you know, when people reach out to you, right? And they tell you, oh, your podcast inspired me. Oh, for me, I got the word people like, here, that was so amazing. I got to meet some of the most amazing people. But people have said to me, they're like, because, again, my events, I, during events, all if I think, oh, wow, this person's here, that person's there, they need to know each other. So all of you in person introductions, I'll say, this is why I think you need all the email introductions of people person, any person via this, why I think you guys should meet each other. But when you know, they end up creating amazing, wonderful projects together. Do you get that inspiration in you? So I think sort of my critique of sort of this new spiritual world or last 30 years of spirituality or what's presented is there's I do think people, there's nothing wrong with selling products, making money, doing coaching, all that stuff's good. Like, I think it's we need people to like to live in their their spirituality every day of their life. But I think when it ends up being, well, you got to be happy every second of the day. No, you shouldn't be if somebody close to us passed away, and you feel no sadness. I question your real journey. You should feel sad, when somebody close to you says, they just went through a breakup or they were in a domestic violence relationship. Your reaction should be how do I help you? Oh, I feel terrible for you. Have you gone to counseling? Do you need a place to stay? What are actionable steps to help you? And you should, you should feel their sadness? And again, you know, in that moment, maybe you're not crying, but you're figuring out action steps. But I think real humans are not happy 24 hours a day, real humans? You know, question? Am I doing what's right? I think checking in with yourself is so important and saying yourself, Is this the right thing for me to do? And something that you did for I remember, I was in college, and University of Oklahoma, I did a cable television show for four years. And it was so much of my identity. And one day, I was like, This feels like work to me, I'm not enjoying it anymore. What do you think what changed is because I knew I was going to leave college, I needed to leave to start my life somewhere else. And no, it's Los Angeles in 1998 99. I just knew I was gonna leave. And I think you start preparing yourself. And again, this many years later, I've been involved by documentaries. So that television world has been part of my life. But it needed to change I needed to leave. You know, it's always like, you got to close some doors to open new ones. And one of my philosophies that I'm obsessed with is, is is owning the word quitting. You have to quit relationships, it to quit jobs, you have to quit things that are not the most fulfilling thing for you with the belief that something more fulfilling is going to happen. And I think so often people leave relationships, when they meet the next person, they quit a job because they found the next job. It's like, one of the best things ever did is I started working part time at a job I was in for four years, because I knew I was ready to leave. And that allowed me to transition into all the advanced stuff that I've gotten into. So I think preparing yourself without fully knowing what the next thing is, and taking that step in like freeing up the time thing that's so important Brandon Handley 48:41 that I think that we're doing something right being okay to let go being okay to let go of that thing. Because you know, it's no longer fulfilling and knowing that and hoping or at least, it at least shot the thing that's no longer fulfilling, right? Just drop that like it, just go do something else, there's, there's going to be something else that that will take that space for you. Right energetically or whatever. And, you know, to your point I want to I will definitely want to jump in on the the the spiritual MLM spray and the idea. Listen, when I first you know, I don't know, when I first started podcasting, I always say that I started for the wrong reason. It was like that, right? I started it for the wrong reasons. But as I grew and evolved or you know, change whatever happened throughout that podcast, I would say that, you know, I did the right things for the wrong reasons. But through that time, like my heart, you know, I was like myself to the Grinch. My heart grew two sizes too big to the process. Yeah. And you know, I just really understood more about what it was that I was trying to give. I understood more about the idea that, you know, I want to just give this freely as I can for right now because if I do it, and I attach what it is I'm doing to you Kind of for monetary gain, or at least, you know, monetary gain in the sense that it has to be done. There's desperation behind that feeling right. And I couldn't just do it naturally and just be like, this is this is what's really coming through me now. And and there is no. And people like, you know, kind of what's your endgame was like, I don't know, this is this is just what I'm doing right now. And I'm connecting with amazing people. And I'm getting to hear amazing stories from other people. And it's my hope that there's somebody else out there that, you know, the next robot is the provocateurs listening today, right, that says, hey, you know what, I want to get involved in the communities the way that you have, I want to, I want to, you know, find my way forward the way that you you have, and then that person is inspired right to follow similar footsteps, right for themselves, but like, be led by you to that place. And just by virtue, you and I are having a conversation, and it's possible, and that's why I love to do what I do. Prabhat Gautam 51:02 So beautiful. I think what you said is, is the reality of like, like, it's all a journey for everybody. And, and at the time, you knew you needed to get in this work. I think there is a thing, okay, well, there's production cost, there's gonna take time, right, early podcast, I mean, you're buying super expensive microphone, like all that stuff. It's like, well, I'm putting money out well, how can I make that money back? And I think in you know, and it really is that whole world where people tell you like what we do this? Well, you gotta like really an easy more ad based needs to be destiny, like everybody transit advice, and 99% of the people I tell you their advice, they're not making money off what they're getting advice for. Like, it's, it's I almost feel like it's a world full of single and recently divorced people giving dating advice, like, it's what do we do? Like, we need, like, I want to talk to the person who's been happily married for 30 years, about the struggles they've had off and on for the 30 years, but they're like, every day I wake up, and no, there's no other person I want to be with and this person. And during that day, that maybe a few minutes were like, there's no this person I don't want to see in the next five minutes. But then they go back to there's no other person on the view, like the reality of what their journey is. I think that's just a beautiful real thing. But I just think so much of the spiritual MLM world is oh my gosh, do this do this. Like my friends friends cousins, friend made $10 million off of an insight can meet your friends, friends, cousins, friend, because so often these are like their their stories that are just to get more people signed up. And it's sort of the carrot. It's like, if you have really good water, let me try the water because I want we all want good water. Yeah. To this great plains, ever, it is like detergent, that's chemical free. Let me try it. Like, like, I have friends for years, like, well, you should get in a world of where you sign people up. I'm like, No, if I like it, I'm gonna buy it, I'm gonna give it to my friends that they want to buy and get if they don't, that's fine. Like, just give me good stuff that you think's gonna, like, uplift my life. And then you guys can sign them all up under you. But I'm and I their friends for years, they're like, Oh, we have such a great network, you're the perfect person to be in whatever it is like real estate or sales or like, you know, you can, there's so much money, you can move here, they're like, I don't have any, I want to move money into making a difference. That's what I want to do. That's, to me, I've been able to do that in the charity space. So it's like, that's what I want my life to be. And if other people meet these amazing people at events that I do, and they can figure out how to monetize it will get and when you monetize it, hopefully you remember where you met them, and then give some of that money to the charity. That was the event that you had. And if you don't do well, hopefully you have a really good life and you're happy and he raised amazing kids like I look at it as I this don't fixate on what are your treasures before your, your buried, I look at your treasures are with the people that you interact with every day. And in the end. The goal is, you know, I mean, I just tell people, right, your goals at your funeral to have all these lives that got changed. I remember a lady I met Jeanette the boss when I was in college, and she told me this amazing story. Jeanette was probably in her 60s, she was the cable station that I did my white college cable show up and she said when her mother passed away, so many people came up to her at the funeral and said, you know, your mom helped us this time. You know, your mom, let us stay at our house. You know your mom, we struggle financially. She did this. She's like, I didn't know my mom did 10% of that stuff. My mom is so much more incredible person I realized. And she in Jeanette was amazing, incredible person. But it's like you see you see that? What she was like and that's like that's what you should want your funeral to be where everybody's like, wow, Brandon's amazing. He did all this stuff. And you know, when he was He was doing stuff when there was no parade, you know, own didn't do a show around. Before he was big, he was helping people. And then he got big and he's big time he wouldn't return your calls. But that's Brandon Handley 55:12 what a jerk. What a jerk. Prabhat Gautam 55:14 Always be there for people. But I think it's like, it's who you are them I say like who you are when nobody's looking? Right? That's your character. Brandon Handley 55:22 Right. Rob real quick, what, you know, how did you know that this was the path for you? Like, where was like, where did it like dawned on you that like, this was your heart song that this was what you needed to do for the rest of your life? Up until now, at least. Prabhat Gautam 55:40 So I would say you always like I think when you're a kid, and you just want to help kids in school, or there's just something in you that just says a helper spirit, like you feel it that I think, really what all happened was from 1993 to 2001. That eight years was my journey. So my father died of a heart attack when I was 16. And that's a big experience for a child. And then, you know, a few years later is in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City bombing happened. That's a hugely traumatic event. They started thinking through Okay, now I want to help I want to give back, how do I help make the world better. And then in the year 2001, that's working for a startup in 99,000. in debt, making really good amount of money as a 2423 24 year old, I moved out to Los Angeles to create positive television. And then that next year, I became a bone marrow donor and the girl that was a donor for Anka, I tell him all the time, I met President Obama, I met all these celebrities and billionaires. But being a donor, nothing compares. That's the greatest experience of my life. And so I was her bone marrow, her bone marrow donor, October 3 2001. And then a year and a month later, she passes away. I'm devastated because I'm like this child, I was supposed to give her my at her wedding, I was supposed to see her have kids, like, I written out a story of how the stranger was going to be like my adopted daughter is, you know, she was a stranger, I didn't know her, like, you know, I sign up to the national marrow donor registry, and mdp.org where people could sign up. And it's the greatest gift I ever got to be her donor. And then, you know, that really took me on this trajectory where I was like, I have to be, because I think, you know, when you're 2324, you're making a lot of money. It's easy to get caught up in distraction. And I think what happened was, you know, I was in I lucked out, I was in New York on 911, fly back from New York to LA on 911. So having all that sort of tragedy in my life, from 93, to 2002, just kept me on this path, where I didn't get detour and I didn't get into drugs and alcohol, like I, you know, I was dating 1000 people, you know, to one committed relationship. It's like, you know, I think, you know, you meet somebody breakout, you meet somebody new, but I was on this, like, I think, for me, all the tragedy just kept me super hyper focused. And it kept me optimistic, because for sure you feel sadness after tragedy. But it also, what I learned is, after every major tragedy, people step up after 911, after Oakland City Bombing, after my father's passing after anchors, passing, you see families, community all show up for people. And then my question is still to this day, why don't we do that all the time? Why does it take tragedy? Right? I'm sure you know, you've been in funerals, even lost loved ones. When that happens, we feel like how will Why don't I connect with these people? Well, this person was going through a tough time, why didn't I know about it? And I said, Well, how can we be more present one of the best documentaries, I recommend all your listeners to watch, it's called the bridge. And it's about how the Golden Gate Bridge is the leading place for suicide in the US. And this was probably 10 years ago, 24 people a year, we would jump off the bridge, and they had cameras set up. And anytime somebody had to jump off, they would send people in to try to stop them. And one guy was jumping, and he ends up surviving, so you get to hear his story. But in that I was like, and one of the people tells the story of like, you know, when he jumped, he did end up jumping in the end. Luckily, surviving that tourists didn't even realize that he was depressed and suicidal. And it really got me to a place where it's like, I want to be present with people. If you see somebody crying filter and say, you know, are you okay? Is there anything I can do for you? Can I, you know, get you a coffee. If you see somebody that looks shaken like check on people, they say I think we're our natural instinct is to be caretakers to check on people. And then people will tell you, I will don't check on those people that could endanger you. They could be a massive setup to get you killed somehow. I just don't think that's, that's one 1,000,000,000th of 1% of the time those things happen. Just be present for people because when you're present, that person needed to know so Nobody cared. Like, I remember I was in a train in Los Angeles, there's a woman who, you know, some guy was bothering or you heard upstairs, she comes downstairs, I'm like, Do you need anything? Are you okay? You know, do you need me to call the police? And she said, Oh, no, somebody else did that. And I was like, Okay, I'm gonna be here near you, if you need me on here. And I thought, Okay, well, those are words, that sounds good. But what if he really comes back downstairs and tries assaulter? What is on here for you really need? Does that mean? I'm going to go fleeing or I'm really going to like be the gap The, the boundary between her this person. And I made sure like, I watched her and I made sure she on the train, she was going a different direction, and I was going, and the guy luckily never came downstairs. But I think if he did, I think once I told her, I'm here for you, I have an obligation to be there. And if he kills her, then he needs to kill me too. Because if I said, I'm gonna be here, I have to be here. And so for me, I feel like, you know, there's that whole thing of like, Who is your brother? Who is your neighbor? Who's your sister? Who's your daughter? Are these people your blood tie to you? Are the people that you regionally now? Or is it every person in humanity? So I think we all determine that for ourselves. And then once you make that determination, I just think you you view people differently, and you view people to view everybody is connected to you, then you realize, both the person hurting, that's trying to hurt this woman is connected to you, and both this woman that is potentially dangerous connected you. So your job is to be loving, as loving as you can be in those moments. Agreed? Brandon Handley 1:01:39 I think that the the idea, I mean was, you know, love, love thy neighbor as yourself or something like that, right? I mean, yeah, it and once you kind of understand what that means. And you start to apply that and other places, it takes on a whole different level of kind of compassion, like you're talking about, like you're saying, we're all connected, and how do you how do you show up? Or more in that way? Right? How do you how do you make sure you're showing up in that way? Alright, quick one for you for so, you know, I've come to believe that this is kind of like a spiritual speed dating show, right? Where now like, you know, somebody tune in to like, you know, I'm looking for my next spiritual date. And so I've got a question for you. That is from our spiritual speed dating, question pool. And it's going to be what is the greatest quality humans possess? Prabhat Gautam 1:02:39 Oh, that's a great question. I mean, I think it's the greatest quality humans possess is love for those that they have no direct connection or benefit from, I think, when given an opportunity, and people can be of help, and they believe their help, will legitimately help. They will step up. I think we see it every day. We see it all the time. I think they just they just have they have to know that the canal is I think when it's like, oh, well, there's homelessness is a problem. How do I help? But it's everybody's like, your friend needs a place to crash for a few weeks to get on their feet, like, well, I'm gonna make space for you. Thank you think it's so that's what I'd say. Brandon Handley 1:03:26 I think that's awesome. Right? And I mean, that's what you're doing right? With your with your kind of like, what's your life? And I think that that's, I think that that's
Jordan Erard Coupé is a football commentator and podcaster. Currently, she hosts an NFL show on YouTube called “SportyJordy”––and co-hosts an NFL podcast, “Onside Chicks,” with Kaylee Chicoski. SportyJordy: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCm7WiyPlKVsQ3jVSF8Yd1TA Onside Chicks: https://open.spotify.com/show/18PNejaciqNPyRDa8QLsWf ***TIMESTAMPS*** 5:16 - The Covid 19 Pandemic effects on the NFL & NBA 16:35 - Mortgaging the future on QB’s; The Carson Wentz trade from the Philadelphia Eagles to the Indianapolis Colts; The Eagles Front Office struggles with Howie Roseman and owner Jeffrey Lurie; The inside story behind the Eagles’ decision to draft JJ Arcega-Whiteside over DK Metcalf 29:51 - Discussing first overall pick in the NFL Draft, Trevor Lawrence; Urban Meyer’s outlook with the Jacksonville Jaguars; The tough transition from NFL Coach to College Coach; Jalen Ramsey, Baker Mayfield, & Gardner Minshew; The other QB’s in the Draft: Zack Wilson & Justin Fields; Dwayne Haskins’ second chance with Pittsburgh 49:50 - Jordan talks about being a Jameis Winston fan as a woman; Breaking down the DeShaun Watson scandal; The tough balance between “believing women” and waiting for all evidence in ongoing cases; An NFL conspiracy against agent David Mulugheta’s clients?; Questionable connections between the Houston Texans’ ownership and the lead lawyer pressing the civil suits against DeShaun Watson, Tony Buzbee; 1:11:19 - Why Julian can’t stand Mac Jones aka “Cheeseburger”; To sit rookie QB’s or not to sit rookie QB’s?; Will Aaron Rodgers retire soon?; Tom Brady: The ageless wonder 1:26:58 - Jordyn & Julian tell their respective stories of when their beloved Eagles won Super Bowl 52 in 2018; Jordyn’s close call with a “Big D__ Nick” tattoo 1:35:28: Discussing the rookie season of Jordyn’s future husband, Los Angeles Chargers QB Justin Herbert; The crazy story about how the Chargers Medical Staff screwed over QB Tyrod Taylor; The Miami Dolphins nw culture under Brian Flores; Tua Tagovailoa & Jalen Hurts predictions for Year 2; Circling back to rookie QB’s Zach Wilson & Trey Lance 2:01:50 - Jordyn & Julian adamantly explain why Julian Edelman is NOT a Hall of Famer 2:10:52 - The problem with the Michael Jordan Lebron James debate 2:19:37 - Julian tells a story about Allen Iverson and Kobe Bryant to explain why we need to “appreciate greatness” more––instead of fighting over and comparing players against each other 2:24:35 - Arguing over what constitutes being the greatest “athlete” of all time; What it will take for Patrick Mahomes to ever surpass Brady as the greatest of all time 2:36:47 - Julian utters an unfortunate pun––and then proceeds to tell a hilarious Michael Vick story 2:45:49 - Early predictions for the 2021 NFL season; Jordyn gives her up and coming teams to watch out for; The return of Odell Beckham Jr; Lamar Jackson ~ YouTube EPISODES & CLIPS: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC0A-v_DL-h76F75xik8h03Q ~ Show Notes: https://www.trendifier.com/podcastnotes TRENDIFIER Website: https://www.trendifier.com Julian's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/julianddorey ~ Beat provided by: https://freebeats.io Music Produced by White Hot
New Eagles coach Nick Sirianni maybe said too much when he admitted to using Rock, Paper, Scissors to gauge the competitiveness of draft prospects. Also, is Jalen Hurts in a QB competition? Is Howie Roseman the fall guy for Jeffrey Lurie?DeVonta Smith's official draft weight is 166 lbs; is that going to be too low for some teams to get past? Does Simms think it's an issue?Urban Meyer says that the owner still has to decide if the Jaguars draft Trevor Lawrence, but Mike and Chris aren't buying it.DRAFT: Question You'd Ask Draft Prospects - Inspired by the Eagles roshambo scouting.Happy birthday, Marshawn Lynch! Beastmode turns 35.
Inside The Birds: Will Nick Sirianni Run More Than Doug Pederson? ► DealDash • Use promo code ITB or THIS LINK for 100 FREE bids with your first purchase of bids! ► DraftKings • Use promo code ITB to get a special NEW USER promotion and to check out all of the other great odds and promotions DraftKings Sportsbook offers! www.draftkings.com ► Sky Motor Cars • Visit www.skymotorcars.com and tell them Adam and Geoff sent you! New Eagles coach Nick Sirianni was offensive coordinator of the Colts, who ran the ball drastically more than Doug Pederson did, but Eagles owner Jeff Lurie is known to be seeking a dynamic passing offense. What's that mean for the Eagles' running game? ITB hosts Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan discuss this and also focus on draft prospects at running back as they continue their NFL Draft preview coverage by position. Caplan and Mosher also continue their discussion about ownership and front office with a look at Jeffrey Lurie's perceived patience. ► Follow our Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds ► Follow Geoff Mosher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffmoshernfl ► Follow Adam Caplan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caplannfl How to access our FULL Podcast: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anch... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6OiCYiv... NFL insider veterans take an in-depth look that no other show can offer! Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the latest news, rumors, and discussions. For more, be sure to check out our official website: https://www.insidethebirds.com
Dave Zangaro and Reuben Frank discuss:.(1:42) — Peter King joins the podcast.(47:07) — Eric Wilson oozing confidence as he prepares to help Eagles’ new defense.(55:07) — Why Jordan Howard thought his NFL career may be over.(1:00:07) — NFL announces tweaks to OTAs and offseason program.
Inside The Birds: Can The Eagles Come Together As One? ► DealDash • Use promo code ITB or THIS LINK for 100 FREE bids with your first purchase of bids! ► DraftKings • Use promo code ITB to get a special NEW USER promotion and to check out all of the other great odds and promotions DraftKings Sportsbook offers! www.draftkings.com ► Sky Motor Cars • Visit www.skymotorcars.com and tell them Adam and Geoff sent you! In the aftermath of another story outlining cracks in the foundation of the franchise, the latest coming from The Athletic, ITB hosts Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan share more intel on why the Eagles suffered through a miserable 2020 season that carried into the offseason – from draft decisions to the role of analytics to owner Jeffrey Lurie's influence on the coaching staff and football operations. Caplan and Mosher also continue their NFL Draft preview series, focusing on wide receivers. ► Follow our Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds ► Follow Geoff Mosher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffmoshernfl ► Follow Adam Caplan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caplannfl How to access our FULL Podcast: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anch... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6OiCYiv... NFL insider veterans take an in-depth look that no other show can offer! Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the latest news, rumors, and discussions. For more, be sure to check out our official website: https://www.insidethebirds.com
In this episode of the Rocky Balboa Cheesesteak Fun Hour we discuss the passing of DMX first and then, we dive deep into the bombshell article in the Athletic detailing the dysfunction inside the Philadelphia Eagles Organization. After that we talk about the Phillies and how we feel about the new-ish rule changes. We hear from Trom at the Seagull Union of the Mid-Atlantic talk some Sixers and Nick dishes the hot goss on Macauly Culkin. What a show folks! Follow us on Twitter @MattRBCFHPod and Instagram and Facebook at @RBCFHPodcast.
Zach Berman (@ZBerm) from The Athletic comes on to discuss the Big 3 of him, Sheil Kapadia, and Bo Wulf reporting on the disfunction and turmoil in the Eagles front office, analytics vs. scouting, the Deshaun Watson & Eagles rumors, and what kind of tape does Jeffrey Lurie crush. We also talk about Mike Sielski vs. Flyers fans vs. the Claude Giroux contract in the beginning on the podcast. Subscribe, rate, and review if you like what you heard. Follow the podcast @evrythingsphine Follow me @kylesphine SUPPORT THE SPONSORS:
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Today on The Mike Missanelli Show, Mike opens with his reaction to the dominant Sixers win over the Dallas Mavericks last night. He also revisits the Jeffrey Lurie conversation from yesterday and starts to wonder if the Philadelphia Eagles are taking advantage of their fan base. Mike believes that you can be a diehard fan while also being a realistic fan that holds their teams accountable (0:00-43:00). The Athletic writer Bo Wulf joins the show to discuss his recent article regarding Jeffrey Lurie and the Eagles’ upper management. Natalie then brings you Nat’s News, which includes the largest bunnies in the world being stolen and a man spending 5 years in one room (43:00-1:25:02). Mike then takes some phone calls focused mainly on Jeffrey Lurie and the Eagles. The show also discusses how to deal with a person who doesn’t know how to park (1:25:02-2:09:33). Mike then takes a few more calls and finishes out the show with Sound Off (2:09:33-2:49:46). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Anthony opens up with his reaction to the Sixers’ dominant win over the Mavericks last night. He also comments on the recent Athletic article focusing on Jeffrey Lurie’s micro-managing and Alec Halaby’s role for the Eagles. Anthony believes that this is a horrible sign for the future of the franchise, and wonders why the city of Philadelphia is not as disgusted and angry as he is (0:00-41:12). Cuz and Choonis then bring you today’s Morning Thoughts, which includes Kevin James as Sean Payton and some questionable power rankings. Anthony then goes to the phones to see what the city has to say (41:12-1:28:22).The show then dives a bit deeper into the Eagles and Jeffrey Lurie conversation. Cuz then revisits the concept of “Negadelphia” and how Philly fans’ mindsets are different now compared to the past (1:28:22-2:08:28). The show then responds to Mark Cuban’s comments on the new play-in NBA playoff format. Cuz and Choonis then give you today’s picks with The Daily Number and finish out the show with a few more phone calls (2:08:28-2:49:05). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kevin and Thom today on the Nats, Caps, and Wizards to start. They talked next about the story in "The Athletic" about the dysfunction in the Philadelphia Eagles organization led by their very hands-on owner Jeffrey Lurie. Is it worse there than here in DC? Steph Curry passed Wilt on the Warriors' scoring list and Mel Kiper has Washington selecting a QB in the 2nd round. All of that and a Juan Soto batting order argument to boot. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dave Zangaro and Reuben Frank discuss:.(1:47) — Making sense of latest report of Eagles’ dysfunction.(43:15) — Mike Mulhern’s newest mock draft.(47:23) — Top 5 needs.(52:22) — The best late-round draft picks in Eagles history.
Philadelphia Eagles 2021 NFL Mock Draft. NFL Draft Top 15 Pick Breakdown. Who do the Philadelphia Eagles take with the 12th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft? In a report from The Athletic on what transpired during the Eagles' final years with Doug Pederson, More leaks keep showing up in the broken pipe that is the Philadelphia Eagles front office, as the cause of the damage appears to revolve around owner Jeffrey Lurie and general manager Howie Roseman. We also give a preview for tonight’s Philadelphia Phillies vs New York Mets & Philadelphia 76ers vs Dallas Mavericks game.
Today on The Mike Missanelli Show, Mike opens the show with his thoughts on the Phillies controversial win in Atlanta last night and reacts to the outrage over the blown call. He also brings up the recent Athletic article regarding the Eagles issues in the front office and Jeffrey Lurie’s micro-managing (0:00-43:44). Natalie then brings you Nat’s News which includes Usher showering strippers with fake money and a horny, former NASA intern getting his own movie. Mike then takes a few phone calls to see what the city has to say (43:44-1:25:41). 76ers beat writer Keith Pompey joins the show to discuss Ben Simmons’ struggles and all things Sixers. Mike then anoints himself as the “King of Soup” and the show breaks down their top 5 favorite soups. The show also debates what has more medicinal purposes: soup or ginger ale (1:25:41-2:06:00). Mike then takes a few more phone calls focused mainly on the Eagles and soup, followed up and through Sound Off (2:06:00-2:48:28). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Florida Gators TE Kyle Pitts and Rich discuss his status as one of the top prospects in the NFL Draft and his reaction to some people hyping him up as a future Hall of Famer, how he and his family, die-hard Eagles fans, would react to him being drafted by their rival Cowboys, and his expectations on where he’ll be drafted and his draft night plans. Rich and TJ Jefferson get into a heated discussion on why the Cowboys should move up in the draft to take Kyle Pitts. Rich wraps up the hour discussion what kind of NFL owner he would be in reaction to an article in The Athletic detailing how the Eagles went from Super Bowl champions to also rans under the heavy-handed tactics for their owner Jeffrey Lurie. And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, the guys discuss the Phillies’ controversial win over the Atlanta Braves last night on Sunday Night Baseball. Andrew wants to remind everyone that baseball has a VERY long season and overreactions on a game by game basis are pointless. The show also discusses Matt Vasgersian’s comments about Philadelphia fans during last night’s broadcast (0:00-42:52). The guys then get to Morning thoughts, where they discuss Andrew’s realization of adulthood and Connor’s excitement for 10 straight days of Phillies baseball. Anthony and Andrew then dive a bit deeper into Phillies’ overreactions and the Matt Vasgersian’s cheap shot. The show also takes a quick look into the Flyers’ plan on today’s NHL Trade Deadline (42:52-1:24:21). Anthony has major concern over the recent Athletic article regarding the Eagles issues in the front office and Jeffrey Lurie’s power trip (1:24:21-2:07:50). Cuz and Choonis then both express their anger and frustration with the direction that the Eagles’ franchise seems to be going in. The guys then give you their picks in today’s Daily Number and finish out the show with a few phone calls (2:07:50-2:48:39). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Philadelphia Eagles are “unsure” about Jalen Hurts and there is “no consensus” in the organization on what to do at starting QB before & after the 2021 NFL Draft.Philadelphia Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie reportedly told team brass to prioritize developing Hurts for the 2021 season with the hope that he would be their starting quarterback. Weeks after that edict, the Eagles acquired the No. 12 overall picks from the Dolphins after reportedly trying to move up to the No. 3 picks with an eye on Zach Wilson, one of the top available QBs in the 2021 NFL Draft who is favored to go No. 2 to the Jets.
Dave Zangaro and Reuben Frank discuss:.(1:56) — Joe Flacco as the Eagles backup?(9:02) — Adoree Jackson's visit to the Eagles is no longer happening.(16:39) — Andrew Krammer joins the pod to tell Eagles fans what they're getting in Anthony Harris.(31:02) — DeSean Jackson heading home, signing with Rams.(36:17) — DeVonta Smith talks weight concerns and more.(43:28) — 2021 Eagles only mock draft.
Eagles Brawl co-hosts Conor Myles and Ed Kracz of Sports Illustrated are back to discuss the latest news involving the Philadelphia Eagles. From contract restructuring to the gossip involving Jeffrey Lurie, Howie Roseman, and Lane Johnson in Jeff McLane's latest article. Also the Eagles sent two of their top offensive coaches to NDSU QB's Trey Lance's Pro Day and the guys discuss why.Eagles Brawl of The Brawl Network is dedicated to bringing you nonstop coverage on the Philadelphia Eagles
John Barchard is joined by Kyle & Gary to talk about Jeff McLane's article, Jeffrey Lurie's influence on the team, Howie Roseman vs. Lane Johnson vs. the coaches vs. his scouts, are QBs overvalued and will it ever correct itself, and what are we doing with our stimulus money. If you like what you hear consider subscribing and leaving a rating so more people can discover the pod. Watch on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=THd8pPr_PU4 ______________________________________________ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS
Brandon Lee Gowton (@BrandonGowton) and Jimmy Kempski (@JimmyKempski) discuss all the latest Eagles news and rumors. Including: Jeffrey Lurie’s meddling, Jeff McLane’s deep dive on Howie Roseman, NFL Draft talk about Kyle Pitts and Trey Lance, why the cap ISN’T a myth, free agency goals, and much more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Greeny shares his thoughts on Patrick Ewings' lack of recognition at MSG, how Jeffrey Lurie is more like Jerry Jones than people care to admit and welcomes in ESPN NFL analyst Tim Hasselbeck to discuss Tom Brady resigning with the Buccaneers.
Jeff McLane wrote a detailed story for the Philadelphia Inquirer about Howie Roseman's staying power and Jeffrey Lurie's role with the Eagles. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Anthony is back and opens up the show with his concern for the Philadelphia Eagles. Anthony feels that he hasn’t been this disinterested with an Eagles team since the pre-Andy Reid era. Between his lack of confidence in Nick Sirianni, Jeffrey Lurie, and Jalen Hurts he feels the Eagles are in trouble in both the short term and long term (0:00-46:17). The guys then get to Morning Thoughts, where both Anthony and Andrew can’t get over how excited they are that it’s 70 degrees out today. However, with this great weather, that means the birds start chirping at 5am and the crickets are out by 6pm. Anthony and Andrew debate on which one is more irritating. ESPN's Kevin Negandhi joins the Cuz and agrees with him that there is very little interest or buzz surrounding this Eagles team. Kevin expresses his concern that he has no idea what to expect from this new coaching staff or the front office (46:17-1:32:19). The show then reminisces on the one year anniversary of the Sixers game getting cancelled, before the NBA shut down as a whole. Delaware Blue Coats’ president Larry Meli then joins the show to discuss the Blue Coats’ G League Championship Game against the Lakeland Magic (1:32:19-2:14:12). The show gets into the NHL’s new 7 year $2.8 billion deal with ESPN and then goes to the phones to finish it out (2:14:12-2:58:12). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Inside The Birds: With More Restructures, More Owner Involvement, Are Birds On Right Path? ► DraftKings • Use promo code ITB to get a special NEW USER promotion and to check out all of the other great odds and promotions DraftKings Sportsbook offers! www.draftkings.com ► Sky Motor Cars • Visit www.skymotorcars.com and tell them Adam and Geoff sent you! ITB hosts Geoff Mosher and Adam Caplan discuss the official $182.5 million cap number, and what the means for the Eagles, who did another contract restructure for a veteran. They also have intel on some Eagles who underwent procedures this offseason and QB-WR workouts starting Thursday in Texas with Jalen Hurts and some wide receivers. Mosher and Caplan also discuss the impact of Lurie's decision to have the team build for now around Hurts and the team's overall process. ► Follow our Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/InsideBirds ► Follow Geoff Mosher on Twitter: https://twitter.com/geoffmoshernfl ► Follow Adam Caplan on Twitter: https://twitter.com/caplannfl How to access our FULL Podcast: APPLE: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast... STITCHER: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/anch... SPOTIFY: https://open.spotify.com/show/6OiCYiv... NFL insider veterans take an in-depth look that no other show can offer! Be sure to subscribe to stay up to date with the latest news, rumors, and discussions. For more, be sure to check out our official website: https://www.insidethebirds.com
James Seltzer and Eliot Shorr-Parks react to Chris Mortensen's report about Jeffrey Lurie, and discuss whether Lurie's over-involvement in personnel decisions is a big deal or not. The guys also talk about Hurts being the guy for 2021, what the Eagles might do in free agency next week, and much more. Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Cuz is out and Andrew and Tyler start the show with a lot on their minds. Andrew starts to wonder if it’s panic time for the Flyers and Carter Hart after a not-so-impressive OT win against the Sabres, which opens up the question of the day. What do you want to change about sports currently? Shootouts, universal DH, baseball shifting etc. Andrew also is curious why so many people think the Dallas Cowboys are the Eagles #1 rival when the New York Giants have been far more successful over the last 30 years. Andrew is also concerned if Jeffrey Lurie is quickly transforming into Jerry Jones (0:00-42:54). The show then gets to Morning Thoughts, where Andrew explains how he is feeling this morning after expecting to have the day off today. This leads to him asking the question: what is the worst hangover you’ve ever had at work? Andrew also wants to shut down the rumors that Adam Silver is “out to get” the Sixers, by having Simmons and Embiid miss the next couple games. He is simply following the NBA contact tracing protocols (42:54-1:25:33). The show then take a plethora of phone calls mainly focused on the rule changes and worst hangover topics. Andrew and Tyler also talk some Phillies and baseball in general up and through The Daily Number where the guys give you their picks for today (1:25:33-2:53:19). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Torrey Smith, Marcus Spears, and Dwight Freeney discuss Jeffrey Lurie's comments on wanting to build the Eagles around Jalen Hurts. Marcus Spears shares his top 5 NFL QBs. Plus, Domonique Foxworth joins the show and reacts to Swagu's list.
Today Ferrall talks about Gonzaga beating St. Mary's, Coach K says Duke doesn't deserve to be in the tournament, Justin Moore of Villanova doubtful for Big east tournament, Cade Cunningham wins Big 12 player of the year, Luka Garza named Big Ten player of the year, Juwan Howard named Big Ten coach of the year, all the conference tournaments odds, Nats plan to offer extensions to Juan Soto and Trea Turner, Zack Britton to have surgery, Jackie Bradley Jr. excited to join Brewers, David Price willing to pitch out of the bullpen, NBA odds, Dak Prescott agrees to extension, Jeffrey Lurie wants Jalen Hurts to succeed, Russell Wilson trade rumors, NFL franchise tag news, and more! Plus, Adam Caplan has got you covered with everything going on in the NFL. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Today Ferrall talks about Gonzaga beating St. Mary's, Coach K says Duke doesn't deserve to be in the tournament, Justin Moore of Villanova doubtful for Big east tournament, Cade Cunningham wins Big 12 player of the year, Luka Garza named Big Ten player of the year, Juwan Howard named Big Ten coach of the year, all the conference tournaments odds, Nats plan to offer extensions to Juan Soto and Trea Turner, Zack Britton to have surgery, Jackie Bradley Jr. excited to join Brewers, David Price willing to pitch out of the bullpen, NBA odds, Dak Prescott agrees to extension, Jeffrey Lurie wants Jalen Hurts to succeed, Russell Wilson trade rumors, NFL franchise tag news, and more! Craig Mish joins the show to talk about the latest news around the MLB See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ESPN NFL Insider Chris Mortensen and Rich discuss Drew Brees’ prolonged retirement announcement, if the Cowboys waited too long to ink Dak Prescott to a record contract, why Eagles’ owner Jeffrey Lurie is committed to diving Jalen Hurts a shot to cement his spot as Philly’s starting QB, and if the Eagles would consider trading up in the draft to land BYU QB Zach Wilson. Grammy/Emmy Award-winning recording artist Harry Connick Jr. and Rich disuss his new album ‘Alone with My Faith’ he recorded at home amid the Covid-19 quarantine, if his friend Drew Brees will return to play for his beloved Saints, how he ended up with a show belonging to former Saints’ QB Aaron Brooks and that time he signed a one-day contract with New Orleans, and who originally was slated to play his role in ‘Independence Day.’ Rich wraps up the hour reading a text from O’Shea Jackson Jr. who puts the definitive bow on the “Is L.A. a Lakers town or a Dodgers town” debate.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Philadelphia Eagles Owner Jeffrey Lurie has reportedly instructed Howie Roseman & the Eagles front office to build around QB Jalen Hurts instead of creating another QB controversy. #FlyEaglesFly #Eagles #JalenHurts #JeffreyLurie #HowieRoseman Meanwhile, the rival Cowboys have finally signed Dak Prescott to a deal. Subscribe to Philly Take with RB on YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ6xo8_BSzZJVYfWEqEt1Gw INSTA: https://www.instagram.com/rbphillytake/ TWITTER: https://twitter.com/RBPhillyTake
00:00 What’s your reaction to the Cowboys giving Dak Prescott a 4-year/$160M deal? 10:46 Are the Cowboys legit Super Bowl contenders next year now that Dak’s contract is no longer a distraction? 21:30 Drawing A Blank 34:44 What do you make of Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie backing QB Jalen Hurts? 42:54 Stories to Start Your Morning Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Stephen A. & Max debate if Dak Prescott is being overvalued with his new contract, discuss if LeBron James should be public about taking the COVID vaccine, and tell us if Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie is being smart in not having a QB competition for Jalen Hurts.
On the latest episode of From the Bleachers, Shamus makes sense of the Jalen Hurts QB1 talks, worries that Jeffrey Lurie is getting a little too involved in football affairs and gets riled up about the 2017 Minnesota Vikings. Be sure to check out the new BGN YouTube channel for video podcasts: https://www.youtube.com/c/BleedingGreenNationSBN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Florio and Charean Williams discuss a recent report that Eagles' owner Jeffrey Lurie wants the team to support Jalen Hurts and not create a quarterback competition. And they react to a quote from the Steelers' website suggesting that WR Chase Claypool has "diva" tendencies. Plus, takeaways from Duke Tobin's press conference, including how the Bengals' plan to build the team around Joe Burrow.
Zach Ertz Trade & Landing Spot + Kyler Murray or Deshaun Watson? + + NFL Free Agency 2021 RumorsIn this episode of a Fantasy Football Podcast by the FF Faceoff, Anthony Cervino (@therealnflguru) and Mike Hauff (@theffrealist) will discuss Deshaun Watson or Kyler Murray from both an NFL and Fantasy Football POV -- the Watson versus Murray debate stems from a report from Texans beat writer John McClain. On top of that, the guys will also break down potential Zach Ertz landing spots if he is indeed traded from the Eagles as well as the likelihood Jalen Hurts is the 2021 Eagles QB1. If that is not enough, Anthony and Mike will also talk about the latest NFL Free Agency News, Rumors, and Nuggets from around the league. Anthony is the 45th best (out of 778) NFL betting experts at TallySight for the 2020 NFL regular season: https://tallysight.com/analyst/anthony-cervino/NFL/2020-21-regular-seasonAnd as always, the guys will also prioritize answering your start or sit and other lineup questions in the Live Chat. Carson Wentz trade reaction by Anthony Cervino at (@thegamedaynfl): https://thegameday.com/5578/carson-wentz-traded-to-colts-eagles-jalen-hurts-to-start-at-qb-2021-betting-fantasy-football/Anthony Cervino's Super Bowl 56 Ear;y Picks and Betting Odds at (@TheGamedayNFL): https://thegameday.com/4522/super-bowl-56-early-betting-odds-picks-best-bets-buccaneers-chiefs-colts-bears-cardinals/Check out the FF Faceoff's Merchandise at Veridian Global:https://veridianglobal.com/collections/ff-faceoffHere is Today's Sponsor:Thrive Fantasyhttp://bit.ly/ThriveFantasyPromo Code: FACEOFFUse the code and Thrive will match your first deposit up to $250Here is the latest NFL News and Rumors:The Seahawks have released DE Carlos Dunlap | The Giants have restructured the contract of TE Levine Toilolo | Reports suggest the Bills will aggressively pursue a tight end in free agency | Steelers beat writer Bob Labriola believes WR Chase Claypool's "diva quotient increased consistently over the course of his rookie season" | ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports Eagles owner Jeffrey Lurie "has instructed his group to prioritize making [Jalen] Hurts successful in 2021 as opposed to creating a true competition" this offseason | NBC Sports' Peter King believes the Seahawks trading Russell Wilson to the Bears is a "futile pipe dream" | ESPN's Adam Schefter reports the Lions "have had trade discussions with other teams regarding their backup QB Chase Daniel" | The Eagles are shopping TE Zach Ertz and a deal could come to fruition in the coming days | Dolphins QB Ryan Fitzpatrick could retire this offseason | NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports Chargers LB Denzel Perryman "plans to test the free-agent market"#NFL #FantasyFootball #NFLFreeAgency--------------------------------------------------------HOUSE-KEEPING---------------------------------------------------------------Here is today's sponsorwww.manscaped.compromo code: FACEOFFGet 20% off your order!Email Anthony and Mikeffaceoff@gmail.com Sure to Follow us on Twitterhttps://twitter.com/fffaceoffhttps://twitter.com/therealnflguruhttps://twitter.com/theffrealistDon't forget to follow us on Instagramhttps://www.instagram.com/thefffaceoffFind us on Facebook!https://www.facebook.com/FFFaceoff/Join our Facebook Grouphttps://www.facebook.com/groups/2213414128877661/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=918684538289626 SUBSCRIBE to dominate your competition https://www.youtube.com/thefffaceoff?sub_confirmation=1LISTEN on Apple iTunes https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/the-ff-faceoff/id1340277737?mt=2JOIN our Patreon Communityhttps://www.patreon.com/fffaceoffStep up your game with FantasyData.com https://fantasydata.com/?fp_ref=faceoffSubscribe on Google Podcasts https://playmusic.app.goo.gl/?ibi=com.google.PlayMusic&isi=691797987&ius=googleplaymusic&apn=com.google.android.music&link=https://play.google.com/music/m/Ioht3362q3s5ov4bqj4nigpf2xi?t%3DThe_FF_Faceoff%26pcampaignid%3DMKT-na-all-co-pr-mu-pod-16-----------------------------------------------------------
Today on The Anthony Gargano Show, Anthony explains why he is so nervous about the Eagles future going forward. He dives into the report from Chris Mortenson saying that Jeffrey Lurie has instructed his group to build around Jalen Hurts rather than having a true QB competition, and how that can be problematic. He believes the owner shouldn’t be making this kind of statement, before the draft, this early into the offseason. Anthony believes it puts the Eagles scouts and even Howie Roseman in a tough position. The show also pays their respect to all the women in the Philadelphia area on International Women’s Day (0:00-42:29). Anthony then explains that he’s not a Jalen Hurts hater; he simply has questions about a player with his skill set translating into an NFL franchise quarterback. Anthony is also concerned that the Eagles are in “the muck” part of their rebuild, meaning they don’t have the talent to compete but aren’t committing to a full retooling 42:29-1:26:01). The show then goes to the phones to see what the city has to say, followed by The Daily Number to finish out the show (1:26:01-2:51:59). See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Dave Zangaro and Reuben Frank discuss:.(1:04) — Eagles have reportedly decided to go with Jalen Hurts at QB in 2021.(11:15) — Jeffrey Lurie's involvement in personnel decisions.(20:08) — Zach Ertz is reportedly going to be traded in ‘the coming days’.(24:23) — Brandon Brooks' name has reportedly come up in trade discussions.(30:48) — Mike Mulhern's mock draft.
Reuben Frank and Dave Zangaro discuss:(1:08) — How much leverage does Carson Wentz have?(15:41) — Eagles have reportedly talked to 2 teams about potential Ertz trade.(25:03) — Stay or Go: Interior Offensive Linemen.(35:31) — Stay or Go: Specialists.(37:57) — Stay or Go: Offensive Tackles.(46:05) — Stay or Go: Defensive Ends.
Bo, Sheil and Zach get together following Nick Sirianni's long-awaited introductory press conference to discuss what he said, what Jeffrey Lurie didn't answer and what's going on with these crazy markets ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Eagles are going back to Frank Reich, sort of. Jeffrey Lurie and Philadelphia plucked Colts OC Nick Sirianni from Indy to become their next head coach. On this emergency episode, Will Brinson is joined by John Breech and producer Deebo to get their thoughts on the move. The hire seemingly says a lot about the organization's belief in Carson Wentz and their focus on getting him fixed after a horrible 2020 season. What will the quarterback and the offense look like next season? The guys break down Sirianni's path to a head coaching gig and expectations with the Eagles before giving out a grade. 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts. You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @ryanwilsonCBS, @johnbreech, @E_DeBerardinis Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
James Seltzer and Eliot Shorr-Parks react to Jeffrey Lurie's disastrous press conference after the firing of Doug Pederson. The guys discuss Lurie's unending faith in Howie Roseman, what it means for the franchise moving forward, who the next head coach might be, and much more. Presented by Parx Casino Sportsbook App, new users download in app store or click ParxCasino.com/PA and use the promo code “GOBIRDS” for first bet risk-free up to $500. Must be 21. Gambling Problem—Call 1800-Gambler. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Doug Pederson is no longer the Eagles' head coach, so Bo, Sheil and Zach fire up an emergency pod to discuss everything they heard from Jeffrey Lurie about the future of the organization, Howie Roseman's culpability and what's next for an organization in peril ... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
On Episode 43 of Eye on the Enemy, host John Stolnis speaks to Brain Rabbe of Hogs Haven to preview this Sunday night's match-up between the Eagles and Washington Football Team. Will Alex Smith play and can WFT win if he doesn't? What is Washington going to do at QB long term? How good is the WFT defense? Washington fans desperately want a division title, no matter how they get it. Also, 6 reasons why all Eagles fans should want the team to lose, and how Jeffrey Lurie needs to not be delusional when assessing where his franchise is at the end of a long and stupid season. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices