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Tim's back, sup listeners. Hrabe goes after the listeners, good for him. Does Iggy ask for stuff on the fan pin? Update Tim's mouf. Cardinals lose last eve, what is their plan for the off-season? What percentage do you put the Cardinals winning the Fall Classic at? Sam Bradford somehow thrown into the conversation by Casper the Friendly Host.
Shamus Clancy looks back in time at the hype surrounding the Eagles' 2015 preseason game against the Packers, Sam Bradford's infamous performance and previews the 2021 preseason. Be sure to subscribe to the BGN YouTube: page: https://www.youtube.com/c/BleedingGreenNationSBN Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
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7:00 – The Cardinals take out the #1 team in MLB 7:15 – What's Better? 7:30 – The lasting effects of Sam Bradford on the NFL 7:45 – TIOLI 8:00 – Fresh Take: Alex Reyes makes his first All-Star Game 8:15 – Start One, Bench One, Cut One 8:30 – The Fight 8:45 – The Cardinals need to be more aggressive on the basepaths 9:00 – Today's Big Thing: If the Blues re-sign Schwartz & let Vladdy go, are you willing to roll the dice with these Top 6? 9:15 – You're Killing Me Smalls 9:30 – Are you going to buy Cardinals tickets with their new deal? YOUR Texts 9:45 – The Crossover with Danny Mac
All week Purple Insider will be holding Vikings discussions about the great "What Coulda Been" questions in franchise history. For this episode, Matthew Coller and Sam Ekstrom talk about the Zimmer Era quarterbacks, starting with Teddy Bridgewater and what might have happened if he hadn't gotten hurt in 2016. Would the Vikings have gone farther in 2017? Where would they be now? Why was everyone so high on Bridgewater and what QB might he have been most compared to if healthy? Plus they discuss Sam Bradford's flash of greatness in 2017 and whether he could have gotten the Vikings more than 14 wins and the 2018 decision that led to Kirk Cousins as the present QB. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
You are what you repeatedly do. What steps do you take every day to move yourself forward in pursuit of your goals? Tune in to today's episode to hear Sam Bradford, Owner of CrossFit Moira and Affiliate U student, speak on this topic. So you never miss an episode, subscribe on YouTube and on all major podcasting platforms at Best Hour of Their Day. If you want to learn more about our sponsors, Doc Spartan, WheelPay, and RX Smart Gear, checkout docspartan.com, wheelpay.com, and rxsmartgear.com. At checkout, use the code BESTHOUR to get 15% off all DocSpartan purchases and 10% off all RX Smart Gear purchases. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jason-ackerman/support
Matthew Coller poses the question to PFF's Eric Eager: What if the Vikings traded Kirk Cousins now rather than letting the 2021 season play out and they turned things over to Kellen Mond for this year? It sounds crazy but Justin Jefferson's comments made it feel like the team is ready to move on, so why not pull off the band aid now? (It's just a thought experiment, Cousins fans, withhold your rage). Plus Eric shares his thoughts on the passing of Jerry Burns and why he was ahead of his time and Eric answers whether the Vikings have a mathematically tough schedule.
The Viking Age's Adam Patrick is joined by Alex Clancy from the Locked On Cardinals podcast to find out more about what the Minnesota Vikings are getting in cornerback Patrick Peterson in addition to the Vikings recently trading with the Cardinals for offensive lineman Mason Cole, if Larry Fitzgerald is going to retire, and how bad of a decision Arizona made in 2018 when they signed Sam Bradford Follow The Viking Age! Twitter Facebook Head to Manscaped.com and use the promo code FANSIDED20 to get 20% OFF YOUR ORDER and FREE SHIPPING! See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
ESPN’s Bill Connelly joins Gabe Ikard and Teddy Lehman for an interview (3:45). They talk to Bill about analytics role in football, the SP+ ranking system that he invented and dive into his list of the Top 60 college quarterbacks of the 2000s which has OU guys on it: Landry Jones, Jason White, Jalen Hurts, Sam Bradford, Kyler Murray and Baker Mayfield.
Sam Bradford is a public speaker who is passionate about leadership and personal growth. He's a big burly man with a heart of gold and he stops by to share how he's shaped himself as a masculine man who wears his emotion on his sleeves. Small talk, big connections| TedXASUWesthttps://www.ted.com/talks/sam_bradford_small_talk_big_connections
Today we are going to discuss contracts for a team that is near and dear to my heart. Let me rephrase that…” they used to be near and dear to my heart.” Yes, I used to be a Rams fan. I was born and raised in St. Louis, MO, and I still live here. I grew up watching Rams’ games with my family, and (as I’m sure you can guess) the pinnacle of my Rams’ fandom came almost 21 years ago. Super Bowl XXXIV was one of the best nights of my life, at least as an adolescent. I sat and watched the entire game with family and neighbors, and I celebrated (not really knowing what I was seeing) as Mike Jones tackled Kevin Dyson to seal a St. Louis Super Bowl. We all went outside to bang pots and pans and then shot off fireworks. A truly great night. I casually followed and watched the Rams throughout the Marc Bulger, Sam Bradford and Jeff Fisher years. What’s interesting is I was surprisingly indifferent when Stan Kroenke packed up and took them to the coast. Maybe it was the pitiful seasons the Rams produced leading up to the exodus. Maybe it was the fact that I had accepted a move was inevitable. Maybe I just didn’t care anymore. This is what I do know...it was freeing. Not that I spent a great deal of time invested in watching the Rams, but I no longer had to care or worry about my team finishing below .500 for the tenth consecutive season. It was over. I had no team. I didn’t fully appreciate it at the time, but it was a blessing. I no longer felt compelled to adjust my fantasy football drafts based on home team biases. I stopped blacklisting all Seahawks, 49ers and Cardinals players just because they were rivals in the NFC West. (Truth be told, there weren’t many Rams players that were rosterable during the end of their St. Louis tenure.) My point is this...biases of any kind are a nasty habit to fall into, and we adopt them much easier than we think and oftentimes we don’t even realize it. Throughout this article, I’m going to sprinkle in some biases that surrounded Rams’ players in the 2020 season. As always, let’s start with some contract speculation…Check out the full article here: https://dynastyowner.com/2021/01/contract-speculation-and-breakdown-los-angeles-rams/
Episode 80 "So Icy" of the Cast Worthy Podcast was recorded Sunday November 23, 2020. Big Steve, VP and EJ the savage bring you their take on urban news, politics, and well just .... some good ole male toxicity. On this episode the fellas start off recapping the Verzuz between Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane. (2:00) The crew discusses the tension, the beef, the history and what it meant for this Verzuz to happen and who won. Steve introduces the question of the day, What are three things children today may never experience that children of yesterday did?The Crew then moves on to all things NFL, a recap of NFL picks, season totals and of course this weeks predictions. (39:00) The #2 thing kids will never experience today. Then the NBA Draft and Free agency. The NBA returns December 22, 2020. Who made out with some cash, who's making good moves, and who is stealing money like Sam Bradford? (1:30). At the (1:45) mark VP goes into his Politimoment and discussion about Covid 19. Next the #1 thing Kids today will never experience.Lastly the crew discusses HBO's series, "The Undoing" and what to watch. The Fresh Prince Reunion debuted on HBO Max, and was riveting to say the least. 4 Trials on Netflix digs into police corruption, and oh? The wrongful conviction of a Black man in Boston Mass years ago, For life returns to TV, CBS lineups return, and the Mandalorian is on disney. (2:00)As always we thank you for your support. Continue to listen to us on Itunes, Spotify, Spreaker, Iheart radio, google, youtube and many more. Follow us on IG @castworthy_podcast and on twitter @Castworthy, facebook as Cast Worthy. Youtube share, like and subscribe. #netflix #4trials #boston #nba #nfl #nbadraft #hbomax #hbo #freshpricne #willsmith #verzuz #jeezy #snowman #gucci #disney #disneyplus #cbs #forlife #freeagency
On today's Locked On Eagles: Carson Wentz went from looking like Jameis Winston all year to Sam Bradford on Sunday The inconsistencies in Wentz's throwing mechanics that were apparent against New York Wentz deserves blame without always steering the attention to Doug Pederson and Howie Roseman Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
We had our very first NBA guest on The HBSML Podcast, and we could not be more satisfied with it. Ekpe Udoh is a very down to earth brother, a 10-year vet, and he has a special message for those aspiring NBA players out there. You don't want to miss this at all!! 00:45 EKPE UDOH intro 2:00 where are you from 2:30 When did you first pick up a basketball 3:45 Where is the hoop talent coming from in Oklahoma 5:00 How would you have used social media back in your time 5:45 Who did you get your height from 6:35 What do you think would've been the outcome if you started hooping later 7:55 Parents wouldn't let me play football 8:30 Kids should play up 9:25 when did you catch up to the competition 11:00 what did you do to get on NCAA D1 radar 11:55 Missing my prom 13:30 My school GPA 14:25 The game's global 15:00 playing for the national team 15:45 who was recruiting? 16:23 Sam Bradford could've played basketball 18:40 Transferring to Baylor University 20:45 was the NBA always a goal 22:00 how did you prepare for the NBA 23:25 college athletes should be getting paid 27:25 The first time you picked yourself on 2K 29:20 places you were able to see because of basketball 33:30 when did you feel like you were about to be a lottery pick 35:20 who's your favorite player? 36:06 Tim Duncan gave me buckets 38:00 I failed to set goals 39:00 After I got drafted 39:26 Why did getting traded affect you so much 41:16 top 3 fav NBA teammates 43:40 guarding Kevin Durant 45:10 Lebron James & Laker championship 51:25 What has basketball done for you 52:18 I should've gotten a physical therapy degree 53:20 What message do you have for the upcoming hoopers 55:20 ONE MORE THING --- PAY ATTENTION – EMBRACE THE SKIN YOURE IN --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/hbsml/support
2008 was a season of high expectations for Gator football. With returning Heisman Trophy quarterback Tim Tebow, and a roster filled with future NFL talent on both sides of the ball, Florida was a popular pick to win its second national title is three years. After suffering just one loss in the regular season, the Gators were tasked with stopping the reigning Heisman winner, Sam Bradford, and Oklahoma’s high-powered passing attack that averaged 54 points a game. David Waters is joined by Tate Casey (Gators tight end 2004-2008) and Brandon James (Gators athlete 2006-2009) to take a look back at Florida’s hard-fought win over Oklahoma in route to the program’s third national championship. Also, David shares an update in the world of recruiting as Florida gains commitments from wide receiver Marcus Burke and safety Donovan McMillon. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mackey & Judd go over Teddy Bridgewater’s gruesome knee injury in the 2016 NFL preseason; (4:00) Where were you when you heard about the injury?; (08:00) What happens if Teddy doesn’t get hurt?; (18:00) Would Teddy ever play in Minnesota again?; (20:00) Was trading for Sam Bradford the right move?; (24:00) The rankings of the knee’s between Bridgewater, Culpepper and Bradford; (27:00) And where does the 2016 Vikings season rank in terms of Minnesota meltdowns?
Eat My Sports is off the cuff in this snack segment about what the team loves to do best... SELL! The three by-day (and most nights) salesmen shoot on the BEST salesmen in sports and which moves they respect the most, featuring Brian Cashman, Scott Boras, and whoever the hell were the agents for Sam Bradford and Brock Osweiler. Stay hungry, people! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/eatmysports/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/eatmysports/support
On the third hour of Broncos Country Tonight with Ryan Edwards and Benjamin Allbright, the guys discussed the backup QB situation and whether Sam Bradford or Josh McCown should come into the fold. Mario Vetanze joined Broncos Country Tonight to discuss when the Broncos should pay Drew Lock, Mile High Huddle’s point on the Broncos finding different ways to win with Lock, how we’re going to perceive all the sports playing at the same time & more. When should the Broncos give Drew Lock a new contract?
Eric and Adam begin the show by going over ESPN's recent selections for the NFC North All-Decade Team.Then they try and figure out what has been the most distracting moment for the Minnesota Viking during the Mike Zimmer era.The show closes out with each picking the most disappointing Vikings QB of their lifetime.Presented by BetOnline.AG.
Tune in to Bomb City (LRT) as 1978 Heisman trophy winner and All-time GREAT Oklahoma running back Billy Sims joins locker room hype for an exclusive interview! Sims played college football for the University of Oklahoma, where he was a two-time consensus All-American, won the Walter camp award in 1979 and won the Heisman Trophy in 1978. Sims nearly won the Heisman the following season finishing in second place to USC's Charlie White. Sims was the first overall pick in the 1980 NFL Draft, and played professionally for the NFL's Detroit Lions. Sims was the last Oklahoma player taken Number 1 overall in the NFL Draft until quarterback Sam Bradford was taken first in the 2010 NFL Draft. Sims spent five seasons in the NFL, making 3 pro bowls and earning rookie of the year honors before exiting the NFL due to a career-ending knee injury. Billy currently owns and operates his own BBQ business which spans 44 locations in Oklahoma, Missouri, Arkansas, Michigan, Wisconsin, Colorado, and Iowa.
On today's Locked On Eagles: What if Sam Bradford wasn't traded in 2016? Would the Eagles and an inexperienced Carson Wentz still take a Super Bowl step in 2017? A look at Doug Pederson's comments about Nate Sudfeld vs Jalen Hurts. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Mitch Harper and Matt Baiamonte look at this week's Cougar Classic, the 2009 win against Oklahoma. BYU was ranked #20 to start the season and was playing in the first college football game at Cowboys Stadium, the brand new palace built by Cowboy's owner Jerry Jones. Mitch says it was a no lose situation for BYU, who was 20-point underdogs to Oklahoma and had a chance to play on a big stage. The Sooners had Heisman-winner Sam Bradford at QB and BYU was missing starting RB Harvey Unga. Norm Chow Play of the Game: Matt had the 4th down conversion to Dennis Pitta that put BYU in the position to score the game-winning touchdown. Dallen had Andrew Rich's forced fumble in the 1st quarter that prevented a potential OU touchdown. Mitch had Brian Kariya's 50-yard reception in the 2nd quarter. Andrew George Underrated Player of the Game: Matt chooses Brian Kariya, who stepped in for Harvey Unga and had a number of explosive plays. Dallen chooses Andrew George for his three catches, touchdown and being the player who drew a PI to set-up 1st and Goal. Mitch chooses Brian Logan, who had 4 tackles and 2 PBU's in the game.
We continue our viewing of the 2013 OU-Notre Dame game beginning with the Irish starting the 3rd quarter with a bang and Grant talking about weddings during game days. Grant saw Kerry Cooks on the Notre Dame sidelines and Brady details his experience watching the OU-Georgia Rose Bowl. Also discussed are the squib kick and Jake Fromme (4:30). For some reason we talk about Dak Prescott and then Sam Bradford. Yep, we're all over the place (13:15). Blake Bell has to leave the game with a minor injury, so we talk about that time Baker Mayfield pretended to pull his hamstring against Ohio State in 2017 (15:20). Could Lincoln Riley have used Kyler Murray more in the Rose Bowl? That leads to a Baker vs. Kyler debate (16:10). Time for more Mike Stoops talk, which includes that horrible Army game from 2018 (27:55). Sterling Shepard makes a play (37:50). Grant figures out what was happening on this day in college football back in 2013 (41:00). Adrian Peterson is still playing football, but also doing local commercials. Speaking of AD makes Brady think back to the 2006 OU-Oregon game (43:00). We all decide that if we had the power to go back and change the 2008 OU-Florida game we would (49:00). OU beats Notre Dame and the guys provide their final thoughts (52:35). Grant has some thoughts on Brandon Everage before we wrap up this podcast (57:05). | YouTube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqrN6xWharg&list=PLgT-IQCnl5OHOrA3rbpSrp1nFeVN0J4pl&index=4 | Credit: LASooner | YouTube game action time code (9:28-37:09), (47:12-1:12:39), (1:24:25-2:04:02), (2:21:39-end) | Like the show on Facebook: @westofeverest | Follow Grant on Twitter: @GrantBenson25 | Follow Lee on Twitter: @LeeBensonNews9
In todays episode of SCWD, I will discuss the once promising career of one Sam Bradford. He was a highly sought out prospect in the 2010 NFL Draft, but did his career end up being what the scouts expect? All this and more on another episode of Sports Chat with Deejay.--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/appSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dedric5/support
In a world driven by "success" and "successful" people, it's scary to think about redefining success. It's such a huge word and has an even bigger meaning. It is a super-charged word. Interestingly enough, "successful" people are the ones who are most threatened by people redefining success. In this episode, success is completely turned on its head in order to let the core of what success truly is shine brightly! My guest, Sam Bradford, is the Director of People Development at DutchBros Arizona and he is one of the wisest people around when it comes to leadership and success. He is an inspiration to everyone and makes every single person he meets better. Follow him on #instagram at @brad40rd and check out his TedX talk on YouTube at www.ted.com/talks/sam_bradford_small_talk_big_connections. Don't forget to follow us on all social media platforms: Instagram @redefine_everything TikTok: @redefineeverything Facebook YouTube (New) Go support us on Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/redefineeverything). There are some amazing membership benefits that you can receive! A special thanks to Nic D for giving me permission to use his music for this podcast. He is REDEFINING music and rap! Go follow him on Instagram (@iamnicd), TikTok (@iamnicd), YouTube (https://www.youtube.com/user/NicD2ez/channels), and follow his music on all music platforms. Sponsorships: on for this --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/redefine/support
This episode occurred at 3:30 a.m., so if there's anything extremely terrible about this podcast it's because I was tired but could not fall asleep. I worked on an XFL podcast for hours and stumbled upon many memories of watching Bob Stoops, Landry Jones and the Oklahoma Sooners. Landry Jones had an impact on my childhood and overall life. Not because of how great of a quarterback he ended up being, but rather of his 2009 red shirt freshman season trying to replace Sam Bradford. I was slowly getting into football and realized that this guy was nothing like Bradford but I was also 9. Landry Jones 'sucking' in 2009 helped fuel a love for football. Mainly because I thought I needed to replace him because a 9 year-old is going to be better than a 19-20 year-old. Spoiler alert, I am not the starting quarterback for the University of Oklahoma, but I am a sports media student at Oklahoma State University. I wish Coach Stoops and Landry Jones the best of luck in the XFL. If I make an XFL podcast and sound favorable to the Dallas Renegades a little too much, just let me know because I'm not trying to be like that. Also, I went on a spill about RITZ crackers for the last three minutes, felt like someone wanted to hear it and I don't feel like editing this/ I'll forget I made this. As always, thanks for listening! --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/suspensesports/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/suspensesports/support
In case you missed today's show and can only listen to one segment of the show listen to the second segment when former Vikings QB Sam Bradford joined the show to discuss his playing career, retirement, playing for Zimmer, and the Vikings' chances this weekend.
We have maybe our most FOOTBALL-y Purple Daily of the season as we're prepping for Vikings/Saints this weekend. Alex Boone is in for the entire show today as we're joined by a couple of his teammates today to discuss the big Wild Card Playoff game. Matthew Coller and Boone open the show discussing what is the Path to Victory for the Vikings this weekend (1:00). Boone returns the favor for getting Frank Gore a couple weeks ago by getting Sam Bradford to join the show to discuss his playing career, Mike Zimmer, and the Vikings' chances this weekend (27:00). Hour Two kicks off with Boone and Coller being joined by Jeremiah Sirles to discuss his thoughts on what it will take to get a Vikings win this weekend (52:00). We close out today's show talking about how the Vikings can slow down Drew Brees (1:14:00).
"If you're an OU fan - an Oklahoma University fan that is - in the last few years, you would probably join many others and say that your favorite player was Sam Bradford. What you would remember of Sam would be the touchdown pass every touchdown pass championship after championship. What you'll try to forget about Sam is the first play of his senior year when he was after yet another Heisman trophy." Family Discussion: When the earthquakes around you at school or at work, or your marriage or in your family, what are you going to do to build a solid foundation under your feet? Transcription: 00:14 I don't think there's anything more helpless than being in the middle of an earthquake. I've never been in one. But my friends in Haiti have. All the kids in the schools that we've gotten to adopt and take care of over the years. What a horrible thing it must have been to be in schools and watch those schools caving over their head. But I see so many people. I meet so many people who have earthquakes every single day and just like those schools that unfortunately because of their poverty, we're not built on solid foundations. So many friends that I have their lives are not built on a solid foundation. I'll watch them crumble and fall in sports and in Hollywood and in Wall Street and in schools all across this country. This verse right here should help if you feel like the earth is trembling under your feet today we're in first Peter Chapter two verse four through six. 01:04 Let this build a foundation for you. And it says this, this is awesome. It says, "and coming to him as a living stone, which has been rejected by man, but it's choice and precious in the sight of God. You also is living stones are being built up as a spiritual house for a holy priesthood to offer up spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God, which is a Jesus Christ for it is contained in scripture. Behold, I lay in Zion a choice stone, a precious cornerstone, and he who believes in him will not be disappointed." If you're an OU fan - an Oklahoma University fan that is - in the last few years, you would probably join many others and say that your favorite player was Sam Bradford. What you would remember of Sam would be the touchdown pass every touchdown pass championship after championship. What you'll try to forget about Sam is the first play of his senior year when he was after yet another Heisman trophy. 02:01 He gets injured the first game and can't play the whole year. But Sam had a foundation. He found that foundation at home. He found it in his church and he found it at Kanakuk Kamps as a teenager where he came to these Kamps. Sam had a foundation and he came back from that injury and he ends up becoming the number one draft choice that year in the NFL draft. And then if you're from Texas, probably one of your favorite player of recent years would be Colt McCoy. I met Colt as a sophomore at a college event and watch Colt humbly affirm his faith in Christ because his daddy had built a foundation. His family had built a foundation. His church had built a foundation under his feet and then did an event his senior year with Colt and watched this man grow and mature in Christ. 02:49 And once you walk out on that stage with 2000 students, admiring, not the guy who threw touchdown passes, but the guy who threw touchdown passes for God, literally that campus had changed in those four years. Uh, that Colt was there playing varsity football. And then in the championship game where the National Championship and the Heisman trophy was on the line and Colt gets hammered early in the game and a nerve is damaged in his shoulder and he can't play the rest of the game, lose the championship. And after the game they ask him, you know, how did he make it? He said how to make it. He said, my faith in God was unwavering cause Colt had a foundation under his feet and his foundation was Christ. And then my hero, Jim Welch. The guy who led me to Christ when I was a Kamper at Kanakuk Kamps. You know, one of the greatest speakers because he was just so on fire for God. 03:42 Harvard Grad, great man, great athlete. He picks up a hitchhiker and the hitchhiker slits his throat from ear to ear and cuts through his voice box. You could barely hear him speak, but what does he do? Does he give up? No, the best days of his life were after the hitchhiker that cut his throat. Just like the best days of Sam's life are the best days of Colt's life were after that because he had a foundation under his feet. And you know what the Scripture promises that in Christ, you can build that same foundation under your feet. And that's why we do these devotionals together every single day. This is the cornerstone of your life. And here's my question for you today. When the earthquakes around you at school or at work, or your marriage or in your family, what are you going to do to build a solid foundation under your feet? So that window earthquakes around you, you won't fall in the earthquake.
Eric Eager and Nick Olson join Jayson Brown to preview the second quarter of the 2019 Vikings Season. New York GiantsNick is also a doctorDo the Vikings have the Giants number?“The Giants weren’t good last year and they got worse.” Nick OlsonVikings favored by a touchdown on a neutral fieldEli was better than Kirk last season?Eli’s YPA was better by half a yard per attemptEli’s Expected Points per Attempt were also betterVikings should be heavily favoredPhiladelphia EaglesLot of uncertainty in Philadelphia EaglesCarson Wentz was great last season?Run. Run. Pass? Philadelphia Offense is stackedPhiladelphia’s pass rush is deep and talentedOne of the strongest teams in the leagueEric likes the home-field advantage to pull Minnesota throughEagles have stacked talent at “less valuable positions” Detroit LionsLions are the red-headed stepchild of the divisionAre people sleeping on the Lions?Invested too heavily in stopping the runEric is more bullish on Detroit than NickIs Patricia building something special on defense?Detroit is solid betting pick Washington RedskinsDwayne Haskins is Kirk Cousins and Sam Bradford’s love child?Washington’s financial situation will hurt Haskins early in his careerZimmer vs rookie quarterback. Advantage - Zimmer.How much did Washington improve this offseason?“This is just not a very good roster.”Jay Gruden is underrated. Record Predictions: Eric - 3-1 Nick - 3-1 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Summer is upon us! Here's our second installation of our Summer YouTube Clip Shows. Today we covered: the Minnesota Fightin' Vikings 4th safety competition, who has the best defense in the NFC North, why David Morgan II is legit, what if Kevin Stefanski is one-and-done at offensive coordinator, why Kirk Cousins won't be traded to the Niners, do the Vikes never win in Chicago, and what if the Vikings never traded for Sam Bradford. All that and more "Count It Down" chatter on this edition of the Purple FTW! Podcast! A Carlson Digital Joint Twitter: http://twitter.com/purpleforthewin Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/purpleftwpodcast/ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/purpleftwpodcast/ Website: http://purpleftw.com --- iTunes: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/purple-ftw/id830371357 SKOR North: https://www.skornorth.com/tag/andy-carlson/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/1FGlIOB1EyR8Ubut71HDla?si=mB2l8dmZQeC0U_nlz3pA-w Google Play: https://play.google.com/music/listen?u=0#/ps/Ivvcg4ohg4tprswcn6g2yy3w3u4 PodcastOne: http://www.podcastone.com/purple-ftw Stitcher: http://purpleftw.com/stitcher iHeart Radio: http://www.iheart.com/show/263-Purple-FTW-Podcast/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/purpleftwpodcast https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6Xt29Fi1ES6C1fEtWFUFIw?sub_confirmation=1 https://linktr.ee/andycarlson Bookmark us on Amazon & show some love! http://purpleftw.com/amazon Music for the Purple FTW! podcast is created by & produced by deeB. To hear more of his tracks, check out http://soundcloud.com/deeb #MinnesotaVikings
When your team stinks, what do you do? Find a different way to spend your Saturdays and Sundays? Or grin and bear it? The Draft Dudes debate the best usage of time and energy on today's show. It seems Joe is able to to separate his feelings from the game, where Kyle would prefer to let it play out and revisit after the fact. Also on today's episode: - Which NFL teams have their QB of the future? - The rise of Quinnen Williams. - The Sam Bradford sweepstakes begins, we guess. - And more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
When your team stinks, what do you do? Find a different way to spend your Saturdays and Sundays? Or grin and bear it? The Draft Dudes debate the best usage of time and energy on today's show. It seems Joe is able to to separate his feelings from the game, where Kyle would prefer to let it play out and revisit after the fact. Also on today's episode: - Which NFL teams have their QB of the future? - The rise of Quinnen Williams. - The Sam Bradford sweepstakes begins, we guess. - And more! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NFL Week 4 fastest 2 minutes 92;27 - 8:02). Everything is back to normal in the NFL. The Packers won, the Jaguars look good again, the Patriots don't suck but the Dolphins may, Mitch Trubisky was incredible and Jeff Fisher made his debut in the booth (8:02 - 31:12). Explaining the MLB schedule (21:12 - 24:45). Football guy of the week, and who's back of the week (24:45 - 37:55) . Red Sox legend David Ortiz joins the show to talk about the pressure of October baseball, how he would get out of slumps, and the focus it takes to win a World Series (37:55 - 58:15). Segments include embrace debate is Frank Reich and idiot because James Franklin most definitely is. Thoughts and Prayers to team USA for the Ryder Cup. Bad Visual for Jimbo Fisher, sabermetrics for Sam Bradford and is Big Cat done or finished
JP Finlay, Rich Tandler, Mitch Tischler and Ajay Atayee (who's not in the trunk this time) hopped into Mitch's car for this very fun edition of Redskins Talk. The guys open things up by telling you some GREAT injury news about two very crucial Redskins players before eventually transitioning into one mysterious injury storyline that no one really gets as of now. After that, they move into setting their first three over/unders of the season, a tradition that new listeners will enjoy and old listeners will recognize. Then a special treat arrives in the form of a long Preston Smith interview (18:01), where the pass rusher and JP look ahead to the 2018 season, talk about Smith owning Sam Bradford and kick around Tandler possibly being his publicist. If you like podcasts where JP complains a TON about things such as the AC in Mitch's car as well as a beer-related issue (28:50) (which eventually turns into everyone complaining about the beer-related issue), then this is the episode for you.
Fantasy Live, hosted by Marcas Grant, is here to give you all the latest news such as Josh Allen taking first team reps in Bills camp (2:20). Cards’ starting QB job is Sam Bradford’s to lose (4:32). Marcas also discusses the curious case of Dez Bryant (10:15). #BSOHL is a new segment to close out the show (34:09). Like, Share, Subscribe!
The Ringer’s Michael Lombardi and Tate Frazier break down the big names who will play under the franchise tag in 2018 after failing to reach long-term deals with their teams, including Le’Veon Bell (03:06), DeMarcus Lawrence (09:32), and Lamarcus Joyner (11:38). Then they examine Terrell Owens’s controversial decision to skip the Hall of Fame induction ceremony (16:35) and Patrick Peterson endorsing Sam Bradford as the starting quarterback over Josh Rosen (19:26).
We discuss our favorite deep sleepers heading into the season, many of whom usually go undrafted. Ricky Seals-Jones was very good in limited playing time last year (8:40), Sam Bradford may have QB1 potential (17:34), and Mike Williams is far too overlooked in drafts (20:05). Plus, Jordan Wilkins has the skills to win the Colts' starting RB job (36:46), and Geronimo Allison (49:02) starts for an offense with "the greatest quarterback in the history of the world." Sponsors: YouRulz.com - Take control and change your game today. Your team, your settings, your rules. YouRulz is fantasy sports your way. Change your game today! Check out www.yourulz.com or visit them on Facebook to learn how to play the game by your rules. PristineAuction.com - Get the best deals in sports memorabilia including signed helmets and custom jerseys with guaranteed authenticity. Enter our special giveaway for free for a chance at a signed Keenan Allen jersey. Just go to "fantasypros.com/contest" for more information.
Jeff Ratcliffe kicks off the offensive coordinator coaching carousel series with a detailed look at the fantasy football impact of Mike McCoy taking over at offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals. Jeff breaks down McCoy's offensive philosophy and discusses whether his offense is a fit for Sam Bradford. He then discusses the wide receivers, including whether Larry Fitzgerald's role will change under McCoy. Jeff wraps things up with a look at how David Johnson's game meshes with McCoy's offense and discusses Ricky Seals-Jones as a possible sleeper fantasy option. PFF Edge https://join.profootballfocus.com/edge/ PFF Elite https://join.profootballfocus.com/elite/ PFF Fantasy Offerings https://join.profootballfocus.com/fantasy/ Join PFF for free, or upgrade and save https://www.profootballfocus.com/pff-offers
In Episode 29 of The Jim Rome Podcast, Baltimore Ravens safety Eric Weddle breaks down the play that not only knocked his team out of playoff contention but also cost him a $1 million bonus in the process. Weddle also gets very candid with his thoughts on the NFL Players Association and how they fight to minimize DUI punishments, whether or not the Chargers organization is still dead to him, and why the fact guys like Sam Bradford get "nine lives" is just "dumb business." And yet again, this episode includes a fresh batch of your voicemails. See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Hour 1: Legendary astrophysicist Stephen Hawking passes away at the age of 76 …Jeffy has a million-dollar idea for a book about the now-incarcerated Anthony Weiner …Rex Tillerson’s response to his firing suggests that he didn’t know until he read President Trump’s tweet …Student walkouts across the country garner major media coverage and incur the wrath of Keith Malinak …Gun control activists place 7000 pairs of children’s shoes on the grounds of the U.S. Capitol …Stormy Daniels case could take several more turns in the coming weeks …Keith was recently a victim of fraud, or so he thought. Hour 2:Please be careful when picking up packages from your porch …Sam Bradford lands new contract with Arizona Cardinals while Kirk Cousins heads to Minnesota …Texas’ ban on sanctuary cities upheld by federal judge panel …Plastic bag bans might actually be contributing to dirtier cities …Don’t bother picturing Keith or Jeffy using handicapped facilities …Let’s contrast Melania Trump’s campaign to stamp out cyber-bullying with her husband’s antics on Twitter …Which of Donald Trump’s children is the country’s “First Kid”? Hint: It’s not Ivanka, Eric, or Don, Jr. …Every cable news show asks Elizabeth Warren the exact same questions about her heritage. Hour 3:Netflix and Coca-Cola both seeking to expand their brands internationally …Go figure, alcohol distribution companies are huge fans of autonomous vehicles hitting the roads …A list of the drunkest and soberest states in the Union contains the usual suspects along with a few surprises …It’s national pie day, but where are our utensils?! …Hillary Clinton gets a tiny dose of karma as she slips on a flight of stairs in India …Joy Behar apologizes to Mike Pence and Christians everywhere for insulting their faith …Trump inspects Border Wall prototypes, criticizes California governor Jerry Brown. Tune in to "Pat Gray Unleashed" weekdays from 12-3p.m. ET on TheBlaze TV! Twitter @PatUnleashed LISTEN https://omny.fm/shows/pat-gray http://www.theblaze.com/radio-shows/pat-gray-unleashed/ https://soundcloud.com/patgrayshow https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/the-blaze-radio-network/pat-gray https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/pat-gray-unleashed/id1280961263?mt=2 Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
NFL Free Agency has hit. Kirk Cousins to the Vikings, Sam Bradford to the Cardinals, Teddy Bridgewater might be on the Jets, and the Bears added a bunch of receivers (2:10- 12:15). Hot Seat/Cool Throne including freezing brains for science and shooting people into Mars (12:16-25:53). Mark Titus joins the show to break down the bracket and tell us who has the recipe to win this March, plus some slight Purdue/Xavier slander so be prepared (26:30-58:27). Segments include Breaking Moos as a ton of free agents signed during the show(1:00:28-1:04:09), Problematic Tom Brady drank a beer and ate a strawberry(1:04:10-1:06:17), Hurt or Injured the Warriors are hungover (1:06:18-1:09:08), Talking Tennis (1:09:09-1:10:05), America's worst segment "Hashtag Hyphy" (1:10:06-1:11:55), and Guys on Chicks (1:11:56-1:19:28).
A room filled with heroes- Dan Hanzus, Gregg Rosenthal, Chris Wesseling & Marc Sessler- hold an emergency podcast to recap all of the breaking free agency news. The heroes discuss all of the big QB moves, including Kirk Cousins agreeing to terms with the Vikings (2:20), Drew Brees getting it done with the Saints (9:00), Case Keenum finding a new home in Denver (12:00) and Sam Bradford heading to Arizona (15:00). Other major moves discussed include Sammy Watkins to the Chiefs (18:00), Josh McCown returning to the Jets (34:00), Danny Amendola heading to Miami (37:00) and a few big moves for the Super Bowl Champion Eagles (43:00).
Week 2 Fastest 2 minutes and a recap of the weekend of Football (1:57 - 13:44). Who's back of the week in honor of Texas Football being back for a brief second (13:44 - 23:56). Football Guy of the Week (23:56 - 34:45) . Pro Football Talk's Mike Florio joins the show to talk about Jerry Jones strong arming the league, when will Mitch Trubisky start and Gronk's injuries (34:55 - 58:00). Segments include Hurt or Injured for Sam Bradford, Sabermetrics for Joe Thomas, Locker Room Talk for Floyd Mayweather, Put one in his earhole for NFL players not respecting Fantasy Owners. Stay Woke on Statcast, and Explain it to Big Cat.
Vanny Woodhead has finally broken down so today's Pardon My Take is live from the side of the highway in the middle of Pennsylvania (2:29 - 5:40). Jordan Spieth's miracle shot and Tim Tebow gets called up (5:40 - 9:12). Who's Back of the Week and the Mt Rushmore of road trip activities (9:12 - 24:14). Former Oklahoma Sooners Head Coach Bob Stoops joins the show to talk about his sudden retirement, the hardest part of running a College Football program, Sam Bradford's sleeves, and where he'll land next (Bears? Notre Dame?) (24:14 - 49:44). Segments include Summer of Paul George, Put one in his earhole Derek Carr making fun of Russ Wilson, Hurt or Injured the entire Big 3 Basketball League, Not to brag but we called it Lavar Ball is going on the WWE, Sabermetrics for Serena Williams being the 700th best men's tennis player according to Jon McEnroe, Talking Soccer, Bad Visual for Jimmy Butler and the return of Spoilers.