I am so sorry Miami Dolphins fans. After an episode of hope, we were crashed back down to reality thanks to our team. Following the trip to London, and an embarrassing loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars, Miami now sits at 1-5. The outlook is dark, and frankly, there isn't much hope to be had. So, what to do from here? On today's episode, we briefly touched on the game, what happened, and the few silver linings to be taken away. Tua played well, Jaylen Waddle looks good, but something is deeply wrong with this organization. We try to parse through and figure it out. Join us, and let's dive in!
Brady is joined by the Road Warrior where they talk about the atmosphere and game day experience in Manhattan on Saturday. Onside kick reviews, Texas thoughts, Dallas memories and much more! Like Uptown Anytime Fitness on Facebook: www.facebook.com/anytimefitnessuptownokc.com Follow Uptown Anytime Fitness on Instagram Don't forget to follow our Facebook and Twitter Facebook: www.facebook.com/KeyholePod Twitter: www.twitter.com/KeyholePod
Duncan Castles joins Ian McGarry to 'bring you the news before it becomes news' from the biggest clubs in world football.On today's show:- Tottenham consider Nuno replacements- Solskjaer under internal pressure at Man Utd- How Arteta got Arsenal players back onside- Hero + Villain
Alex and Anthony take a look at Daniel Jones's performance from Week 2 against Washington and if he showed he can be a franchise quarterback. Also, was Dexter Lawrence onside?? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the final edition of our Clean and Gold series of On Side, we relive the Paralympic Games highlights with the team's chief de mission Kate McLoughlin and Channel 7 commentator David Culbert. Madi de Rozario's gold and the silver to Jaryd Clifford on the final day of competition brought the team total to 21 gold, 29 silver and 30 bronze. McLoughlin tells hosts Tim Gavel and Petria Thomas that her main challenge was keeping athletes safe and “making sure they had that opportunity to perform”. This involved constant changes and reworking of scenario plans to try to ensure they were a step ahead to give athletes every opportunity to perform at their best. “They are elite athletes in every sense of the word,” she says. “They are just the same as their Olympic counterparts and they dealt with the changes and the challenges so brilliantly.” She says the whole team was “overwhelmed” with the reaction they received from home. “The fact that there was 14 hours of coverage in Australia, the fact that people were in lockdown and not able to go anywhere was a silver lining for us in a way,” she says. “…So many more eyeballs on the Paralympic team than ever before and hopefully a realisation of what an amazing team it is.” McLoughlin believes the focus on performances and not disabilities has been a gradual shift. David Culbert, a commentator for both the Olympic and Paralympic games, agrees. “At the end of the day the classification system whilst not 100% perfect in Paralympic sport, it groups like athletes with like athletes, so you can remove that element of it and just concentrate on the performance,” he says. “What times they do are only relevant to the times that they do, so therefore you need to know their personal bests, their season's best, the Paralympic records…” He says the Games offered a glimpse of hope for people with a disability and their parents. “The interesting thing about the Paralympics is that there would be a lot of parents that would be worried about their young children who have got a disability, whether it's congenital or whether it's acquired, they would be watching that and thinking that's there's nothing my son or daughter can't do…” See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Gav, Chris and Bomber got together just now to talk about Sunderland's first loss of the season away to Burton.You can listen for FREE on Acast, iTunes, Spotify, & YouTube - get stuck in. What's the crack?We played well - did we deserve to lose?Was it offside or onside?How good was Dan Neil?!20 shots, zero goals... gahWe'll get them next time lads and lasses... HAWAY THE LADS! #SAFC #EFL See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
The Dolphins are entering the third season of this regime. The first time in a long time where legitimate continuity has seemingly been established. Despite improvement each season, the NFL world continues to insist that the Miami Dolphins will struggle to repeat their success in this upcoming season. In this episode we ask why, looking at recent history as well as the premises surrounding the current expectations for this team. Should we be more hopeful than we are being lead on to be? Join us as we discuss this and more, including an update on the Xavien Howard front, as well as going through the weekly poll question on the PhinsPod YouTube Channel!Let's Dive In and Fins Up!
Big O starts the second hour of today's show giving his takes on how the NHL should handle the dirty hit by the Jets Mark Scheifele on the Canadians Jake Evans who had to be taken off the ice in a stretcher last night. In the next segment, Big O talks about LeBron James and the LA Lakers being one game away from elimination in the first round of the NBA Playoffs and Big O gives his prediction for tonight's game and gives his takes on LeBron's legacy after he left the Miami Heat. The hour is wrapped up with Big O sharing his thoughts on Aron Rodgers and what his future is with the Green Bay Packers. Big O talks about how the Packers can fix their relationship with Rodgers and where did it all go wrong.
Big O kicks off today's episode of The Onside Zone talking about the leap in improvement Tua will have in his second year in the NFL. Big O explains how there's going to be ups and downs with young players especially in Tua's situation. In the next segment, Big O shares his thoughts on former Marlin, Marcell Ozuna, getting arrested last Saturday and charged with aggravated assault by strangulation and battery. Later in the hour, Big O talks with his listeners and remembers his time growing up in Miami and the old roller skating rinks that were popular back in the day. Big O closes out the first hour of today's show giving his takes on the Knicks and their fans acting like contenders when in reality they are just being pretenders after losing to the Hawks in the playoffs.
The Mark Moses Show is joined by his Alex Donno of Onsideradio.com to go how the Miami Heat got swept last week to the Milwaukee Bucks in round 1 of the NBA Playoffs and how the team could look going into next season. Alex also breaks down the massive fine MLS recently handed down to Inter Miami and how it could affect the team long term. Listen to The Mark Moses Show weekday afternoons from 3-6 pm on Sports Radio 1560 The Fan & Sportsradio1560.com Follow him on social media @markmosesshow
Big O starts the second hour of today's show explaining why DolFans need to understand and get through their head that Julio Jones will not play for the Miami Dolphins this season and wouldn't make any sense. Later in the first segment, Big O gives his pick on who he wants to see the Dolphins sign in free agency with Miami being around $9 million under the cap at this point in the offseason. In the next segment, Big O gives his takes on which players on the Miami Dolphins are not playing up to their contract and which players deserve a big pay day. The hour is closed out with Michelle Kaufman, Miami Herald Inter Miami CF reporter, to talk about the MLS fines and punishments they issued on Inter Miami CF and how that will affect the team now and in future offseasons. Michelle also talks about the team's recent offensive struggles and what lineup changes Coach Neville can do to produce better results. Big O and Michelle also talk about what is going on with Rodolfo Pizarro and what is his future with the team.
Big O kicks off today's show giving his takes on Danny Ainge stepping down as President of Basketball Operations and Brad Stevens taking over his role. Big O talks about how the Celtics have blown an opportunity to win. In the next segment, Big O talks about the Lakers being down 3-2 in their series against the Phoenix Suns. Big O also talks about how Anthony Davis can't be relied on due to his injury history. Later in the hour, Ira Winderman, Sun Sentinel Miami Heat reporter, joins the show to talk about what's going on in the NBA. Ira shares his thoughts on the front office changes with the Boston Celtics. Ira also talks about what are the next moves for the Miami Heat this offseason and he shares news on some disgruntled all stars that Miami can make a trade for. Big O closes out the first hour of today's giving his takes on Tito Ortiz announcing he will be stepping down from his seat in City Council at Huntington Beach and the voters were complete morons for letting him win in the first place.
Hour two starts off with Hays Carlyon ,Jaguars reporter for 1010 XL and 92.5 FM, joins the Onside Zone to talk about the Jacksonville Jaguars offseason headlined by Tim Tebow signing with the Jaguars to play for his former college coach, Urban Meyer. Hays talks about how Tebow has looked so far at OTA's and how he is handling the tight end position. Hays shares his thoughts on how Tebow can contribute to the team and which ways can Urban Meyer and his coaching staff best utilize him. In the next segment, Big O gives his takes on Duncan Robinson's upcoming free agency and shares his thoughts if Robinson is worth a four to five year contract in the $70-80 million range. Later in the hour, Big O talks about the Tua haters out there not giving the young QB a chance after a NFL season we have never experienced. Big O explains how Tua is going to be better and stronger than last season with an actual offseason to prepare and more time has passed from his hip surgery. Big O closes out today's show talking about Naomi Osaka's decision to withdraw from the French Open to focus on her mental health. This reminds Big O of his time interviewing former Dolphins' Ricky Williams and how fans need to understand that athletes have their own issues and problems off the field that we aren't aware of.
Big O kicks off today's episode of The Onside Zone talking about another fan altercation in the NBA Playoffs last night at the Washington Wizards vs Philadelphia 76er's and Big O shares his thoughts on how fans rushing onto a sporting event in the past was in good nature compared to today where fans are trying to hurt the player. In the next segment, Big O talks about how a change in rules can put an end in all the violence and cruel behavior at social events. Big O closes out the first hour of today's show talking about Lisa Loeb and remembering how long ago her hit song "Stay" came out. Big O also talks about his excitement for an upcoming Guns N' Roses concert.
Hour two starts off with Big O talking about the "Friends" reunion episode and what he thought about it. Later in the first segment, Big O shares his thoughts on the Miami Heat's captain, Udonis Haslem, throwing a chair in the middle of a timeout in game four of their playoff series against the Bucks and Big O gives his pick on who will be closer to winning a championship between the Miami Heat and Florida Panthers and Big O explains which team has the easier path. In the next segment, Big O gives his takes on the fan throwing a water bottle at Kyrie Irving and Big O talks about how sports should handle fans who engage with players like that and Big O explains why he is rooting for the Suns against the Lakers and why he thinks the Suns can win that series. The hour is closed out with Alain Poupart, Sports Illustrated Now, for lots of Dolphins talk! The guys talk about who is the answer for the Dolphins at running back and if their are any players in free agency they are interested in. Alain also gives some insight on how the Dolphins OTA's were and what he expects from Tua this season in his sophomore campaign in the NFL.
Big O kicks off today's episode of the Onside Zone talking about the Heat's game four meltdown against the Bucks and gives his takes on Miami getting swept so easily and what the front office needs to do to give this roster a massive shakeup. In the next segment, Big O talks about Pat Riley and the front office for the Miami Heat and how they need to spend their money wisely and not like in the past. Big O gives his takes on Jimmy Butler not being a number one option and the Heat need to pair him up with another superstar because Bam is not that answer. The first hour is closed out with Omar Kelly, Sun Sentinel Miami Dolphins reporter, to talk about the offseason acquisitions like signing Will Fuller and drafting Jaylen Waddle and how they can help Tua's development by having better weapons to throw to. The guys also talk about the rest of the receivers on the roster and where they fit in Coach Flores game plan. Omar also explains why acquiring Julio Jones is not an ideal move for the franchise.
Andre Fernandez, contributor at Baseball America and The Miami Herald sports, joins the Onside Zone to talk about the Miami Marlins. Andre explains how the Marlins are staying competitive through their young pitching and bullpen while battling the injury . The guys also talk about the depth Miami has in their minor league systems and the future is bright for the Fish. Andre gives his picks on which position players in the minors will be the future of this team. In the next segment, Big O shares clips from yesterday's press conference with Tua and gives his takes on Tua's responses . Big O explains why Tua received so much harsh critique during his young career and will silence the haters this year. Later in the hour, Omar Kelly, Sun Sentinel Miami Dolphins reporter, joins the show to talk about Tua's press conference yesterday. Omar talks about what he expects from Tua and the rest of the Dolphins roster after an impressive 10-6 season. The guys talk about how Tua can benefit from a full offseason and getting physically stronger. Omar also gives some picks on potential running backs the Dolphins can sign on a cheap contract to round off the roster. Big O closes out today's show sharing his thoughts on how the fans have been treating NBA players like spitting and throwing food at them. Big O is disgusted with society today.
Big O his back! And he kicks off his return breaking down the disappointing Heat loss in Game three of their opening playoff series against the Bucks. Big O explains how he was right about his prediction with the Heat on how far they will go in the playoffs due to their play against teams above .500 during this season and last season. In the next segment, Big O gives his takes on how the Heat caught lightning in a bottle in the Orlando bubble and the team is showing their true colors now. The hour is closed out with Ira Winderman, Sun Sentinel Miami Heat reporter, joins the show to talk about the disastrous Heat loss last night against the Milwaukee Bucks. Ira talks about what is next for Miami with their backs against the wall and one loss away for a long offseason. The guys talk about a potential roster shakeup and what does Pat Riley and the front office have planned for next year.
Big O kicks off the second hour of today's show talking about the Heat's roster going up against the Milwaukee Bucks and talks about how the Heat need all hands on deck to support Jimmy and Bam in order to have a deep postseason run. In the next segment, Ira Winderman, Sun Sentinel Miami Heat reporter, joins the show to talk about the Heat's first round matchup in the NBA playoffs against the Bucks. Ira talks abut the importance of the Heat's bench and have multiple players contributing on both ends of the court against a deep Milwaukee team. Ira also gives insight into Miami's offseason plans and if the Heat are going to resign Victor Oladipo or sign a free agent.
Big O kicks off today's show giving his takes on the Florida Panthers' performance in the second game of their NHL Playoff series against the Lightning. Big O also talks about how the NHL playoffs are different from other sports and explains how the Panthers can get back into the series. Later in the first segment of today's show, Big O shares a story about a new crypto currency, Venus, and how it got the attention of Bananarama. In the next segment, Big O gives his picks on which performers were amazing to see LIVE and talks about all the different genres in Rock music. Later in the hour, Big O gives his takes on the NBA Play-In Tournament and the LeBron James and Steph Curry matchup tonight. Big O closes out the first hour of today's show talking about the Marlins loss last night against the Phillies and talks about how the future of the team is in their young, exciting pitching staff.
Big O starts the second hour in today's show talking about how several QB's have changed teams and the issues with other star quarterbacks in the game like Russell Wilson, Aaron Rodgers, and Deshaun Watson. Big O gives his pick on which QB of the three mentioned will leave their team first. Big O closes out today's show talking about the incident with Ja'Wuan James and his injury leading to him lose $20 million in salary. Big O gives his takes on players being more obedient and reporting to OTA's to avoid what happened to James and explains the cruel business in the NFL is seen in all facets of life.
Big O kicks off today's show giving his daily Crypto tip of the day! In the next segment, Big O gives his takes on the gameplay of Sergei Bobrovsky in game one of their NHL Playoff series against the Lightning and explains how Chris Driedger can change the course of the series as the Panthers' goalie in game two. Big O closes out the first hour of today's show talking about Dan Campbell as the coach for the Detroit Lions and explains how that partnership will not work out. Big O also shares a sound bite that has Coach Campbell talking about the new pet he wants to have for the team.
Big O kicks off the second hour of today's show talking about the Marlins win yesterday against the Dodgers and Big O gives his takes on how it is not a good look for baseball when they have players still playing with "unwritten rules" in the game. Big O also talks about the importance of youth in the game to bring more excitement. In the next segment, Big O shares his thoughts on Tim Tebow being able to get an opportunity to play for a NFL team and talks about Mike Tannenbaum's reasoning with Tim Tebow getting a chance to make the Jacksonville Jaguars. Big O wraps up the show giving his takes on Kyrie Irving's comments postgame that had nothing to do with basketball and talks about his worries on what is going on around the world.
Big O starts today's show sharing his thoughts on the Panthers tough loss in game one of their NHL Playoffs series against the Tampa Bay Lightning. Big O talks about how they can bounce back in game two and take control of the series. Big O wraps up the first segment of today's show giving his pick on who should start at goalie for the Florida Panthers in game of their series against Tampa Bay. In the next segment, Big O gives his Crypto tip of the day! The hour is closed out with Omar Kelly, Sun Sentinel Miami Dolphins reporter, to talk about the Dolphins offseason and how the NFL is going to handle the attendance and Covid-19 protocols when the season starts. Omar also gives his takes on the NFL not looking out for the players and owners not having a problem cutting players off their roster because of their salaries. The guys also go down Dolphins memory lane and talk about under the radar players that contributed when they played for Miami.
NFL owners approved rule changes...They expanded the replay officials' duties, but Florio thinks it's too much of a half-measure. They change the onside kick rule, but will it lead to more recoveries? And players are pumped that they can wear new jersey numbers.Mac Jones has pulled back ahead of Justin Fields as the favorite to be the #3 pick. Meanwhile, a report reveals that Fields is managing epilepsy. Will that affect his draft stock, and should that medical information be public in the first place?Antonio Brown has settled his pending lawsuit, but he may not be in the clear with the NFL. Is it just a matter of time until he's back with the Bucs?
On today's show, Cody Roark (@CodyRoarkNFL)and Patrick Chiotti (@Patrick Chiotti) discuss the proposed rule changes regarding jersey numbers by the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos proposal for eliminating onside kicks, is there any traction for these proposals passing? Cody discusses the Denver Broncos decision to release Nate Hairston yesterday and them planning on re-signing him today New Broncos defensive lineman Shamar Stephen met with the Denver media to talk about his decision to sign with the Broncos, his fit in Vic Fangio’s defense and more Cody and Patrick then discuss two of the upcoming proposals made to the NFL’s competition committee regarding expanding the jersey numbers various position groups can wear, how much would Brett Rypien charge Jerry Jeudy to get the number four, and why the NFL needs to test out the Broncos proposal for opting for a 4th and 15 option instead of an onside kick. Follow the host on Twitter: www.twitter.com/CodyRoarkNFL Subscribe: Apple Podcast, Google Podcast, Spotify, and Audacy for daily exclusive Denver Broncos news, content, and coverage Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Welcome welcome welcome to our new post game show! Hangover Time hosted by Alf and joined by Tiffany Meeks, Jack Alfonso, Brassjazz and our special guests Alex Donno and Tito Benach from Onside Radio! • Dipo to Miami! • LaMarcus Aldridge soon come • We say farewell to Moe • Who’s the new starting 5? ...and more!!! Join our discord to be able to ask guests questions CLICK FOR THE DISCORD CHAT INVITE https://discord.gg/Z6mPvGP STREAMS ON Twitch.Tv/MiaHeatBeat BUY OUR NEW MERCH! http://shop.miamiheatbeat.com/