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Grant and Danny
1.24.22 Hour 3: Beltway Blitz, What was your takeaway from GB vs SF?

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 40:02


1:00- Caps- Ben Raby, Wiz- Wes Hall, WFT- Ben Standig 31:05- We start to talk about the Packers choking yet again as the #1 seed, and only scoring 3 points after that first drive TD. What went wrong for Rodgers and the Packers? 

Boomer & Gio
Romo Gets Excited, Still A Bengal at Heart, Rodgers' Leadership, Gio Wanted More of The NFL Today, Some More Updating from Jerry, MOTD and So Much More

Boomer & Gio

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 42:54


Hour 4: The guys listened back to Jim Nantz & Tony Romo's call for the Travis Kelce's game-winning TD catch in overtime and had a little fun at Romo's expense, Boomer came to the realization that he is and always will be a fan of the Cincinnati Bengals – Who Dey!!!  A listener questioned Aaron Rodgers ability to rally & lead men, Gio was not happy when CBS buzzed through the The NFL Today postgame show, following the Chiefs unforgettable win, to get to NCIS Hawaii of all shows on time, Jerry's update was right on time and made the audience feel fulfilled for sure, Monday's ‘Moment of the Day' was next before the guys finished things off with more reaction to the wild world of the NFL.

Unrestricted with Ben Leber
Adam Thielen. Minnesota Vikings Stud Wide Receiver. 2X Pro Bowl. All-Pro.

Unrestricted with Ben Leber

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 24, 2022 73:43


Special Thanks:https://redmond.life/  Pure ancient sea salt, hydration and workout mix. Sourced in Utahhttps://www.wellscare.net/ Worlds only at-home, hands-free cold laser therapy device.ADAM THIELEN:- Hear his thoughts on the current Vikings GM and Head Coaching search- Learn about his involvement in helping the Wilf family create a new culture- Learn how he keeps his body and mind in top shape- His thoughts on post-football life- Detroit Lakes, MN native- Collegiate football at Minnesota State Mankato- Free Agent signing to Minnesota Vikings in 2013- Finished 8th year with Vikings- Nearly 6,000yds receiving. 50 total TD's- 2017 & 2018 Pro Bowl- 2017 2nd Team All-Pro

The Deuce & Mo Podcast
Night Chat: Kings fall to Bucks, NBA trade talk, Morey's comments and 49ers advance

The Deuce & Mo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 23, 2022 116:27


Deuce and Mo kick things off talking about the Kings losing to the Bucks in a game missing Fox and Giannis, the defensive breakdowns continue, the bright spots including TD and Hali the rest of the road trip. NIGHT CHAT (23:52) features talk about the Kings direction, trades, who would you rather have: Embiid or Jokic? Plus, they hit on the 49ers win, the Lakers issues and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Ringer-Verse
‘The Book of Boba Fett' Chapter 4 Deep Dive | House of R

The Ringer-Verse

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 22, 2022 131:07


Mal and Joanna return to the Sarlacc pit to give there deep dive into Episode 4 of 'The Book of Boba Fett' (05:50). They take on the "stoic" archetype and examine how both Boba and Fennec can occupy that roll (32:32). Later, they are joined by Ben Lindbergh to talk about the history behind Boba's famed ship (97:10). They also speculate with Jomi, who may return for the finale (1:50:10), before offering a heartfelt farewell to producer TD. Hosts: Mallory Rubin and Joanna Robinson Producer: Steve Ahlman Guest: Ben Lindbergh Social: Jomi Adeniran Additional Production: Steve Ahlman, TD St. Matthew-Daniel, and Arjuna Ramgopal Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Fade the Noise with Brad Evans
Divisional Round Dinero

Fade the Noise with Brad Evans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 21, 2022 24:22


On this one-man band edition, Brad Evans continues to fill in for Lundy who is shaking his maracas in Mexico. Off the top, Brad reveals his favorite side of the NFL weekend slate, including a TD prop at plus odds. From there, he rolls through the Fade Five discussing player props on Cameron Brate, Patrick Mahomes, Cooper Kupp, Cam Akers and Devin Singletary. Finally, in a loaded BONUS TIME, Brad piles up additional pigskin props, offers a NBA SGP and talks Illinois/Maryland.

GirlChatSports
Ep 267: Down go the Cowboys & their fans, end zone dildo, UFC 270 and Divisional weekend picks.

GirlChatSports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 20, 2022 70:46


Welp, the Cowboy Nation is once again without their yearly claimed “Super Bowl”, lol. Not only did Dallas lose, but their fans also lost to the internet & the TV cameras. Mo & Mel discuss some of the recap worthy events taking place this Wild Card Weekend, including the dildo on the field in Buffalo, OBJ's 40yrd TD pass, the “whistle” in Cincinnati and Buffalo running out of fireworks. Mel finds it odd that COVID testing is being waived by UFC 270 fighters & their corners that are fully vaccinated during the week of the fight, especially after the Grammys were postponed & location changed after California's restrictions. Did Tony Romo get Botox? Plus the ladies enjoy another episode of the Gridiron Heights “Casino” episode and discuss a couple more “Los Jugadores Locos". It's also a busy night in the NBA, Mo talks about her Lakers and Vogul being on a short lease while Mel discusses her Bulls slump & injury issues. The ladies introduce a new Women's Pro basketball league starting here in Las Vegas next week, Athletes Unlimited Basketball. Of course more #Sneaker drops and a couple special #girlpower mentions and Mo has a special Fashion talk in honor of André Leon Talley. We are #LIVE on Facebook LIVE each Wednesday through the GirlChatSports YouTube & Facebook & Twitter pages. Miss the LIVE show? Don't worry, #Subscribe to our YouTube or we can also be found on your favorite podcast app through our LinkTree link https://linktr.ee/girlchatsports and on 24/7 AM Radio Network Wednesday at 7pm PT/10pm ET. GirlChatSports is always looking for businesses or products to partner up with, send us an email, let's connect! We can't wait to hear from you! #Subscribe #Listen #Follow #Like & #Share Reach out to us on Social Media (Instagram & Twitter) or email GirlChatSports@gmail.com to give us your feedback and any topics you would like to have addressed. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/girlchatsports/support

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport
152: Talking with TD: Chris Sanders, Ben Baby (01-19-22)

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 47:51


Turron talks about the return of Derrick Henry and the different match ups to look out for. TD previews the Divisional round game with Chris Sanders, he also talks to ESPN NFL Nations Bengals Reporter Ben Baby about this match up. 

The Drive
01/19 Playoff TD Draft Update

The Drive

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 12:22


Several members of the 610 staff joined The Drive to get an updated score from their TD draft.

Trumpet Daily Radio Show
#1688: Mortality Rate Among the Healthiest Americans Skyrockets

Trumpet Daily Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 19, 2022 54:47


[00:30] Vaccine Fatalities (18 minutes)Health departments in several states have confirmed a steep surge in deaths among those 18 to 49 years old. From October 2020 to October 2021, there was a 40 percent increase in deaths among people in that age bracket. In Canada, 21-year-old Alphonso Davies, who was fully vaccinated, “retired” from his career with myocarditis. In Australia, a healthy, double-vaccinated 23-year-old body builder died with “complications from COVID-19,” reported the Daily Mail. In Brazil, a double-vaccinated 18-year-old model died after developing blood clots. Why so many mysterious deaths and injuries among the young and healthy? [18:05] Filibuster Fakery (7 minutes)A week ago, the Democrats used the Senate filibuster—the same one they say is a “Jim Crow” relic of the past—in order to protect Russian President Vladimir Putin's Nord Stream 2 pipeline. How can Democrats use the filibuster for political gain one week and then say it is racist the next? As Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put it, the use of the filibuster by Democrats is a “useful reminder of just how … fake the hysteria has been.” [25:50] Russia's Advance on Ukraine (9 minutes)“The Foreign Office has been told to prepare for ‘crisis mode' as weapons were flown from Britain to Ukraine to defend it from a Russian invasion,” reported the Telegraph. This has caused great alarm in Europe. The Trumpet is closely watching this development as it pertains to several significant prophecies in your Bible. [35:05] Bible Study: Fearing the Father (13 minutes)In his booklet The God Family Vision, my father writes, “Most of God's people in this end time don't fear God.” He goes on to say how Herbert W. Armstrong did fear God, and it was that fear of God that made him such a powerful tool in Jesus Christ's hands. It is this proper awe and reverence of our Father that we need to be successful spiritual soldiers in this momentous end-time work. [48:30] Listener Feedback (7 minutes)Send us your thoughts on the show to TD@thetrumpet.com!

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Maurice Jones Drew & Maxx Crosby - Hour 2 (01-18-22)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 50:07


NFL Network Analyst Maurice Jones-Drew tells Rich why the Rams look as good right now as they have all season long, why the lack of a consistent run game is why Kliff Kingsbury-coached teams always fade at the end of seasons and why Arizona didn't take advantage of Kyler Murray's wide skill set, what to expect in the Rams vs Buccaneers rematch of their Week 3 showdown, and why the Jacksonville Jaguars need to hire a QB-friendly head coach to oversee the development of #1 overall pick Trevor Lawrence.  Rich makes the case for the Jags to hire former NFL QB and current Tampa Bay Buccaneers Offensive Coordinator Byron Leftwich as their next head coach. Raiders Pro Bowl DE Maxx Crosby tells Rich how he's handling the “heartbreaking” end Las Vegas' season after overcoming so many obstacles this season, his reaction to Mike Mayock's firing, why his vote is for the team to make interim head coach Rich Bisaccia the permanent HC, if the Raiders were going to settle for a tie against the Chargers in their regular season finale, if Joe Burrow's controversial TD pass in their Wild Card matchup should have counted, and why he hopes his personal journey can inspire others facing similar challenges in their lives.   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Rich Eisen Show
REShow: Albert Breer - Hour 1 (01-18-22)

The Rich Eisen Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 50:08


Rich recaps the Los Angeles Rams' “complete throttling” of the Cardinals in their Wild Card round matchup, and says that Kyler Murray and Kliff Kingsbury must adjust in the future to avoid another late-season swoon.   The MMQB's Albert Breer tells Rich if Cardinals' Head Coach Kliff Kingsbury is on the hot seat in Arizona after a stumbling finish following their 10-2 start, if the Cowboys are likely to move on from current Head Coach Mike McCarthy in favor of Defensive Coordinator Dan Quinn, how the impending sale of the Broncos could impact Denver's search for their next head coach, and if the Raiders firing GM Mike Mayock could be a omen of Jim Harbaugh leaving Michigan for Las Vegas.   Rich awards this week's ‘REisen Shine Courtyard by Marriott Award' to Donna Kelce he traversed the country this weekend to watch her son Jason Kelce play for the Philadelphia Eagles vs the Buccaneers and then hopped a flight from Tampa to Kansas City in time to watch her other son, Travis Kelce, throw a TD pass in the Chiefs win over the Steelers. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Bring In The Backups
Frank Reich Trivia Night (with Lucas Hazlett)

Bring In The Backups

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 119:38


What a fun show chatting about Frank Reich. He's one religious, German guy that Bill Polian once called the greatest backup quarterback in NFL history. Yeah, Nick Foles and Charlie Batch got something to say about that, but still, no one is arguing with the comeback. All time great, and don't forget those 7 starts with the Jets and the first TD pass in Panthers history. Lucas Hazlett comes on the show and we talk about Fox News, friendship, Frank Reich's name, Frank Reich trivia, Nickelback, answer Bring In The Backups Voicemails, 80's football and basketball, NFL playoffs and more. To support the podcast, you can follow our Twitter and Insta, or follow Erick's Twitter and Insta. Watch the show on YouTube, join the newsletter, visit the merch store, or call into the show yourself at 323-716-6072. You might hear yourself on the next episode. Shout out to my friends Mandy, Matt, Gary & Liz. That's it. Fun episode, hope you enjoy!

The Tim Dillon Show
284 - Prozac Play-Doh

The Tim Dillon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 18, 2022 71:10


New studio reveal! This week Tim discusses the LAPD chasing Pokemon, one Australian who actually wants to work, Chicago mayor Lori Lightfoot shutting down a Lamborghini dealership, the new Hype House show on Netflix, and the cheerleader who won't be returning to season 2 of Cheer. Thanks to the main man Tony Pizza https://www.instagram.com/tonylovespizza21/ and also Isaac Heckert https://www.instagram.com/isaacheckert/ for all the help on the new studio. Give them a follow! Bonus episodes every week: ▶▶ https://www.patreon.com/thetimdillonshow See Tim Live on the road: ▶▶ http://timdilloncomedy.com/#shows ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:

Grant and Danny
1.17.22 Hour 2: Kevin Clark joins G&D, Josh Allen and the Bills dominate the Patriots, Double Play

Grant and Danny

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 42:55


1:00- Kevin Clark, senior writer at the Ringer, joins the show to discuss the wild card weekend and all the crazy decisions made in the Cowboys- Niners game, as well as Dak's performance.  20:45- We start off this segment discussing the Bills just completely annihilating the Pats in Buffalo and osh Allen looked like the best team on the field this past weekend. They scored a TD on every possession. 

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Find Offense in the 2nd Quarter Against the Steelers, Win 42-21

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 17, 2022 31:37


The Kansas City Chiefs and Patrick Mahomes moved one step closer on Sunday night to their overall goal with a 42-21 victory over the Steelers. In a game that wasn't as close as the final score would show Kansas City scored TD's on 6 straight drives overcoming penalties and mistakes throughout the second quarter. Patrick Mahomes threw for over 400 yards and 5 TD's in a win which was the first time it's happened in the NFL playoffs.

That's Good Broncos
That's Good Broncos: NFL Wild Card Predictions & Pick'Em

That's Good Broncos

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 45:51


Brandon Perna & Will Keys battle Patreon members for the Wild Card picks champion. Can Joe Burrow continue to throw for a billion yards and TD's against Derek Carr & the Raiders. Does Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers have a chance against Patrick Mahomes 7 the Kansas City Chiefs.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Deuce & Mo Podcast
Night Chat: Kings beat Rockets, Fox talks rumors and NBA trade talk

The Deuce & Mo Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 15, 2022 99:14


Deuce and Mo give their first thoughts on the Kings win over the Rockets, Fox with another good night, Bagley's best game of the season and TD's role. NIGHT CHAT (17:38) featured talk about Fox's chat with Chris Haynes about trade rumors, Marc Stein reporting that Barnes and Hield could be moved, if Myles Turner makes sense and they talk about the risks and rewards of acquiring someone like Ben Simmons. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
01/13/2022 - The Best of 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 13, 2022 45:50


Thursday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington wonder if the Giants get too much credit as a prestigious organization after John Mara admits to their embarrassing standing. Senior NFL Reporter Albert Breer gives his predictions for coaching hires around the league. Eric Weddle coming out of retirement for the Rams might be the new normal and Rodgers will hit 500 TD's before 100 INT's. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport
151: Talking with TD: Chris Sanders, Dan Orlovsky (01-12-22)

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 42:56


Turron makes the case for Mike Vrabel to win Coach Of The Year, Chris Sanders joins the show to break down potential playoff match-ups and ESPN's Dan Orlovsky gives his Titans takes with TD on this week's loaded show!

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast
Investing in Real Estate; A Global Perspective with Colin Lynch | EP87

Working Capital The Real Estate Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 12, 2022 52:30


Colin Lynch os the Head of Global Real Estate Investments at TD Asset Management. Colin is responsible for Global and Canadian Real Estate Strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring, implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the Global Real Estate Strategy. In this role Colin manages Investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 counties worldwide. In this episode we talked about:  • Colin's Bio & Background  • Financial Crisis  • The Canadian Market from a Global Perspective  • Post-COVID Real Estate Market Overview  • Pricing & Affordability  • Effects of Inflation  • Commercial Real Estate Culture  • Mentorship, Resources and Lessons Learned Useful links: https://www.linkedin.com/in/colinkrlynch/?originalSubdomain=ca Transcription: Jesse (0s): Welcome to the working capital real estate podcast. My name is Jesper galley. And on this show, we discuss all things real estate with investors and experts in a variety of industries that impact real estate. Whether you're looking at your first investment or raising your first fund, join me and let's build that portfolio one square foot at a time. Ladies and gentlemen, welcome to working capital the real estate podcast. My special guest today is Colin Lynch. Colin is the head of global real estate investments at TD asset management.   Colin is responsible for global and Canadian real estate strategy, overseeing fund design and structuring implementation and oversight of acquired assets for the global real estate strategy. In this role, calling manages investments in over 1000 properties located in over 20 countries. Worldwide. We just updated that now. Colin, how's it going   Colin (53s): Kid. Good. Thank you for having me here.   Jesse (56s): Thanks for, thanks for being on the show. I'm really excited to talk with you today. I think there's a number of things that we'd like to cover, but before we do, as with every guest that we have on the show would love to get a little bit of more information on your background, how you got into real estate. We talked a little how it was a bit of an unconventional approach or entrance into real estate. So take us back, take us back and give us a little bit of a, of your background.   Colin (1m 23s): Absolutely certainly unconventional approach to real estate. So first things first, I actually grew up as very much into music as a musician. And so I was one of those children that was in every sort of music class. By the time it got to high school was performing in a ton of ensembles through the, by the a hundred concerts a year, got to the end of high school, said time to explore something else.   Cause I figured I, I had learned all that I could possibly learn in music, which was incorrect, but I figured I'd at least explored app. And so I went into a business and history. So I did three things in undergrad. I did the world concerned for a music. I did a bachelor of commerce at Queens, and I did a bachelor of arts in history at Queens. And, and then, you know, graduated and it was the heyday of the leveraged buyout, boom. And my mom who said, I was way too all over the place said, you got to get a skill.   You've got to focus and you should go work for those banks because they never run into any issues, their board to stability. And so that's what I did I do to fleet, went out to investment banking and went to Morgan Stanley and got to experience the global financial crisis front and center. Ben went to, went to, to business school. And throughout that entire period, this is where you expect me to say, I had that passion for real estate, which I do, but I also had a passion for commercial aviation.   So joined McKinsey and company in Chicago, but reality was all over the world, did that stuff. And after traveling all over the world, I said, look, that's fantastic, but I'd like to come back to a city I love and a nation I love and that's in Toronto. So I did that and this is where the real estate part comes in. I had been very interested in, in a lot of political activities. And so in 2014, in January, 2014, somebody that couldn't get elected asked me to help him.   And that was the John Torrey mayoral campaign here in, in Toronto. And so 10 months later he was mayor. He asked me to work for him. I said, no. And through that conversation set of conversations that got introduced to this firm called Greystone, a firm that I had never heard of before. And, and after about a year of conversation, Greystone asked me to join. So initially I joined in strategy working for effectively the C-suite and, and then that turned into moving into the real estate world.   So that's a long way of saying I had a very unconventional introduction to the world of real estate, but it was, it was a fun story to, to live through.   Jesse (4m 26s): That's great. So in terms of the, the financial crisis component of that was that you were still a at Morgan Stanley at that, at that time. And if so, what were you doing? What were you doing for them there?   Colin (4m 38s): Yeah, I was doing a number, number of different things. I, so I started started that Morgan Stanley focused on consumer retail and financial services. So financial sponsor stories. So serving pension plans who private equity firms in the light and then also timber companies. And then, and then as, as the financial crisis unfolded that broadened.   And I basically worked across firstly every street, but spent a bit of time in real estate as well. And then from a type of activity, as I mentioned prior to the global financial crisis investment banking was doing a lot of leveraged buyouts and throughout the financial crisis also worked on things like that or in possession financing for companies going through insolvency or worked on a few, reached a sort of a few IPO's did some M and a, but at the conclusion of my term at Morgan Stanley, the governor of the bank of Canada, Mark Carney at the time requested some help on the financial stability plan for Canada that was quantitative easing effectively in Trent and requests was help design a program for the bank to implement a quantitative easing.   And so that's what I did in the last sort of four months or so of my time at Morgan Stanley. So highly unusual investment banking experience for sure. A lot of industries and a lot of different types of activities that I participated in very much a function of the global financial crisis.   Jesse (6m 21s): Yeah, for sure. I mean, it's still topical, I guess even the current environment we're in now. So I think the, the idea of just the macro economic perspective you got, I don't think it's something that's too dissimilar to some of what we're doing right now from a stimulus and, and a quantitative easing perspective.   Colin (6m 40s): Very fair point. And you know, it's interesting because prior to this environment that we're in used to tell folks about that quantitative easing program, which the bank didn't actually have to implement. And the bank was here in Canada was one of the few central banks worldwide. They didn't have to implement quantitative easing well, fast forward to 2020, and we were pretty, pretty heavy on the quantitative Beason train. So, so, you know, it's things, things change and evolve over time.   Yeah.   Jesse (7m 11s): Yeah. Fair enough. So take us to, to the Greystone, to the actual foray into real estate, you know, what, what area did you, did you initially go into, and maybe for those that don't know a little bit about what they do?   Colin (7m 25s): Yeah, absolutely. So Greystone began as the investment management corporation of Saskatchewan. So 35 years ago, thereabouts, it was a department of, of the government and it was spun out from the government and became sort of like the investment authority for the province of Saskatchewan then became owned by pension plans. And at that point looked very much like, you know, the Aimco as an example, what the government of Saskatchewan said at that point, when they spun it out was after five years, the pensions could do whatever they wanted in terms of their investment management services.   And over time management bought out most of the interests of those pensions and, and that, that time Greystone had a very small real estate portfolio. It was a full suite, so public equities and fixed income, but also had real estate. And that real estate grew from about 200 million to on, on, by the time TD came around and bought Greystone in 2018, that real estate portfolio equity was about 16, 17 billion mortgages was around, I believe at the time about 4 billion.   And so it was quite the successful run and Greystone had become a name for excellence in real estate, both equity and debt, even though Greystone began and, and still had quite a strong public equities and fixed income side to it. And so like that, I joined Ray stone working with the senior team in, and once I did a number of things around reorganizations U S expansion, et cetera, I said, look, it's time to fire me because I'm pretty much done.   And then that, you know, originated into originate the conversation, which was, you know, do you want to be a coach, I E a manager, or do you want to be a player on the team? And I looked at that and I said, you know, what, why being a player on the team looks really interesting. And so that's the path I went down. And as we've looked at the different areas in Greystone and where my passion was, my dad grew up in construction. And so I grew up with, you know, floor plans, building plans, sorry, I'm on my, on my basement floor.   You know, I had a fascination for real estate. And so I thought that would be a cool place to be. And so my foray in was working on our asset management division. And so we created a real estate asset management division in house to do a bit of that work a bit on the office portfolio, in the industrial portfolio. And then, so I worked on that, that I was also asked to help co-create the international strategy, which was taking Greystone success that we had experienced over 30 years within Canada and, and expanding that outside of Canada.   And so I worked on those two initiatives and, and then the international strategy went from strategy to being a fund. And I went from creating the strategy to running the fund and then, and then that grew, and it was quite, it's been quite a successful ride. And then I was earlier this year, asked to take over the domestic portfolio, which is that portfolio that had been around for the, for the last 30 years.   Jesse (10m 55s): Yeah. So in terms of, in terms of going into the fund model, what was it prior to that? Was it, was it raising capital for asset specific and w like, what was that transformation like?   Colin (11m 5s): Yeah, so it was actually, so on the international side, it was literally building something from scratch. So Greystone prior to launching the international head, just domestic real estate. And it was a largely one strategy on the equity side and one strategy on the debt side, diversified across property types and by risk strategies and by geography and on international there's, there were a lot of investors con we call clients that were asking us, you know, why don't you have a strategy to invest outside of Canada?   And for about a decade, the Greystone response was we hear you, but we're focused on delivering great results in Canada. And so when I came around and said, look, I really am interested in, in, in being a player on the team versus the coach, they said, great help us solve this. And so we, we literally had a whiteboard. That's how we began. And we, and we designed ground up a single, comprehensive global strategy, investing everywhere from Australia to Europe, to the U S across all the property types and all of our strategies in all formats.   So it could be a fund investment or can be a JV, or it could be a club. And, and so we designed something with a tremendous amount of flexibility, which took a long time, but it was quite fun to be able to just literally create something from scratch and then, and then to actually build it, which, you know, you have all of the legal ramifications, regulatory ramifications fro in selling Greystone to TV in the middle of bad. And now you're pro you're owned by a traded bank and they've got their own regulations and then sort of, you know, build a track record and, and take that to the market and, and raise capital and, and deploy it.   So that's been, that's been the journey on the international side and it's definitely been interesting.   Jesse (13m 11s): Yeah, that is interesting. So we had a Michael Emery on the show a few months ago from allied REIT, and we know every time I have some Canadian Canadian guests that has started or work for a large Canadian real estate company, I always ask them the comparison to the U S or globally, where you have individuals playing in our backyard for a certain amount of time. And then I can imagine just like you're alluding to here, the regulatory environment, the probably the accredited investor differences and those kinds of complexities. Well, I'm sure there was a bunch of things that were challenging, but was there one thing or one or two things that was really one of the, one of the hardest parts about that transformation or about that ability to go from not just in playing in a Canadian market, but into a global space?   Colin (13m 58s): Oh, that's a good question. Certainly the regulatory dynamic is, is, is challenging. The European union, as an example, is a highly regulated regulatory construct. And, and there's a lot of rules around if you're marketing a fund, there's something called a passport and you sort of have to have this passport that applies to certain European countries.   We have a vehicle in Ireland called the ICAP, which Cyrus collective acid vehicle runs pretty akin to accompany. So with a legitimate board and, and, and all of the infrastructure service providers, companies that service that ICAP sending that up was quite, quite, quite the work, particularly as we're getting to the ninth ending of this, of this story, right, as COVID started. And so we sort of certainly felt the heat of regulatory concern just in general, as, as we were creating this as, as COVID habit.   So that's probably a little bit of a boring answer cause folks, folks, really, not too many people get up in the morning wanting to talk regulatory details, but, you know, we had eight, eight external law firms helping us around the world on, on that, on that point. And so, you know, the, the complexity of that I think was unexpected. I would say I'd stepped back from that and say, there's a cultural difference, you know, in, in the U S for sure.   You know, I think a bit more aggressive in Canada, we've got a smaller number of participants in the market that are fair. You know, quite a number are fairly well capitalized and have very long-term perspectives in terms of ownership, property. That's not uniform around the world. And certainly the U S is a deep and liquid place. And, and, and the regional variances are quite significant, but I think that broad sort of hates a little bit more aggressive is actually probably true.   I'd say the real estate challenge for us is there's just a host of participants worldwide. And so, you know, we're active in Australia, we're active in the UK, we're active in Germany, we're active in Japan and, and finding sort of like-minded investors across all of those regions. It's just a lot to learn a lot to introduce yourself a lot of introductions to make, and a lot of subsequent sort of conversations. And then you layer that on, into, into do that in the pandemic.   And, you know, fortunately we S we did maybe three years of those introductions and, and subsequent meetings, pre pandemic, but still we've, you know, we've had quite a number of those conversations. So layer on doing, doing that in a pandemic. And it becomes a quite interesting,   Jesse (17m 2s): Yeah, a little more challenging than, than any other time or most times in terms of, if we go there on that, you know, lockdowns the government stimulus, what we we've talked about before eviction moratoriums a lot has happened in the, in the last crazy to say almost two years, how has that perspective for you? And I understand it's a big question, but how has that, how has your perspective as a, as somebody that deals with real estate on a, on a domestic and global level, you know, how has your opinion of the market and asset classes changed over the last year or two?   Colin (17m 38s): Yeah, that is a big question. So generally put, I've been reminded of the ever present role of government in our lives and in particular in real estate. And I, and I don't think that can be overstated, right? So whether, you know, the, the eviction moratoriums, or simply put closing down a lot, a lot of the retail, et cetera, and that was a global story.   And, and going through the different government programs requirements, et cetera, particularly during the first two waves of COVID was, was an exercise. And, and there's things that we know about. So the shopping malls closed, et cetera. There were other things that got a bit less play, but were also meaningful. I E different requirements for international investors use Australia as an example, there were new requirements for international investors looking to bring capital into the market due to COVID.   So, you know, that, that was interesting now to real estate foundationally. I don't think COVID has changed my perspective on the different property types. So as an example, while located office and CPDs high quality had the view that if, you know, pre COVID, if, if you're making office investments, that's probably where you want to invest during COVID, don't have, I haven't changed my perspective on it, you know, has my overall sort of thoughts on office as a property type being tempered clearly.   But I, you know, I think you talk to folks and say, and what you hear is, you know, COVID, hasn't really changed their direction of travel. I think that's, that's largely the same for me. I do think on the retail side at some point. So I used the UK as an example, where we saw a lot of devaluation of retail. At some point, you hit the level where you say, you know, the land value is, is, is higher than what folks are sort of trading in the market for.   Right. And I think in the UK, you actually have some of those situations, but I think in, in Canada, there were probably some deals to be had in the retail space, depending on the type of retail you're looking at. And that probably, that would be a different point of view than one I would have had two years ago. It's just, we've seen, you know, a lot interns evaluations over the last two years, multifamily and industrial. I mean, you know, I think we've all been very interested on the industrial story, the E the E grocery dynamic, something I'm focused on a bit, most folks don't see that being a significant concern in, in, you know, for those that own grocery boxes.   But I do think that that E grocery, even though most would say, it's fairly unprofitable for the operators. I do think it's worth watching. And, and then on the multifamily side, you know, the, the story say, Hey, everybody's moved out, Tim, we're all gonna live in, in, you know, in two hours outside of the metros or we're going to move someplace far. I think we're seeing that kind of played out to a small degree, but largely hasn't fully, and folks have moved back.   And especially in, in the U S where folks have moved back into urban Metro San Francisco's a bit sluggish on that. But beyond that CEO look at Seattle, look at Boston, you've seen, you've seen those apartment rants quite dramatically increased this year. So, you know, some, all of that up and say, not dramatic changes in my view on real estate overall, but certainly certainly reinforcement in some areas and, and deeper thinking and others.   Yeah.   Jesse (21m 57s): I think I'm probably agree with everything you just said, from my perspective of what you're saying, it sounds like very similar to our outlook. Obviously we're biased in brokerage, but on the office end, I think that there was, if you were really in tune with what was going on in office, you saw a lot of these changes really predated COVID in the lockdown, the different ways of working, the ability to have people come in on potential alternating days. So I th I share your position on downtown well located transit oriented office.   I think the story hasn't changed much for them. What's, what's been amazing is that record prices that we've seen in, in industrial and multi res industry industrial, you know, has been the darling of the industry, multi Rez. I think at the beginning of the pandemic, there was this concern that eviction moratoriums would have caused this, you know, mass vacancy, which I think just generally we didn't see, we saw people paying their rent, which I guess in theory, or in practice was kind of subsidy subsidized by the government's.   Colin (23m 3s): Yeah, no, that's right. That's right. It was. And that goes back to the first point on the large role of government in, in our society. And, and to be fair, so much of our society was underwritten by the government, especially in that first lockdown, but our multifamily it's interesting because one could juxtapose a national headline from CNN, for instance, saying nobody's paying rent and rent collection is only at 70%. And multi-family, and then what I was hearing from, from institutional owners was, oh, no, our rent collections are 95%.   And I, the worst I heard was like maybe 89%. And so, you know, that, you know, those two stats juxtapose show the importance of institutional ownership of the multifamily space and, and how that really paid off in, in, in, in, throughout the crisis, not withstanding the point that yes, government definitely helped pay the bills for a number of folks, but that really, really mattered. And also the types of multifamily that you were in, this is more of a us common than Canada, because, you know, you have a much broader spectrum in the us, but certainly some of that luxury multi-family was, was hit pretty hard in the U S but interestingly, it is bouncing back.   Now I was in Boston six weeks ago, or so touring a bit of this product and it's, you know, it was quite interesting. The bounce back has been pretty robust. So anyway, for me, the point is institutional ownership and management of, of multifamily really made a difference in, in the crisis. Yeah.   Jesse (24m 49s): And I think on that point with trip, you know, AAA or high-end multi res, I know that there was intra construction, you know, pivots from, okay, maybe let's go be like, you know, maybe we don't need the Taj Mahal, whereas prior to COVID, they might've gone for that super high end. But yeah, I think a big component of it has been, despite some of the government policies, people have continued to pay the rent. And it seems to be at least from the data that we have, that the not only the prices keep going up, but net operating income keeps going up.   So the question really from my point of view is, you know, w where do we hit the wall first and pricing or affordability, you know, what, what tempers multi rise.   Colin (25m 30s): Yeah, that's a really good question. And take it take cities like Vancouver and Toronto, which have robust shadow rental markets where that condo inventory is, is really, you know, subbing in for that luxury rental. And I candidly think that it's those owners that will have to deal with that question first versus a multifamily owners. And if I were to sort of locate myself along that spectrum, I have to think affordability's going to start being an issue one way or another.   So whether it's, you know, people are paying, you know, the income proportions after, after tax income is, is, is off the charts. I'd say as, as a proportion of rent on average, you know, in, in, in, in Toronto and Vancouver, again, to a lot of that sort of condo shadow inventory, but it's worse for folks that are owner occupiers, just based off of the, you know, the significant appreciation that has happened.   So, you know, I think it's a legitimate concern. I just don't think institutional multifamily Canada is going to be the first in line to address it. I think there's going to be some other folks who dressing at first and we'll see how it gets addressed. And then the big thing that everybody talks about in, in the public equities world is interest rates. And when will they go up and, you know, folks are concerned about inflation. And I think we genuinely are, cause it sucks that things are a lot more expensive quickly, but I think a lot more people are much more interested on how will central banks, if they decide that this inflation run is a bit more permanent than they thought, Hmm, how will they adjust interest rates to, you know, deal with that.   And, and, and there, you know, if I look at that's the challenge and the folks lined up to, to face that challenge, those multi-family owners, aren't first in line, they're probably third in line. The first SIM are probably, you know, I would say highly leveraged homeowners that have, you know, purchased a product in the last year or so.   Jesse (27m 47s): Yeah. Fair enough. In terms of moving on to a little bit more on the interest rate, inflation inflation environment, you know, we keep hearing whether this is transitory, whether inflation that we have right now, for those that don't know, I think the fed very quietly, you know, mentioned that they would no longer be targeting the 2%, you know, their, their typical target of a 2% inflation. And it kind of went under the radar, I think even from, from kind of financial news, but w what are your thoughts?   And I guess in your role at TD, obviously you have to take a pretty broad global approach. How, how, how did that decision and what you've been seeing as inflation kind of creeping up, how is that influencing or changing, if it does your opinion on, on, you know, where you think you want to lock in rates where you think that you can, you can be in, in variable environments.   Colin (28m 44s): Yeah. Good question. So numb number places, one on, on the fixed versus fair, but we, we have generally put, had a predisposition to have as much fixed as possible on the view that, you know, this environment is benign in terms of the cost of debt. And so if we could sort of lock in some of that, that's, that's quite attractive now in certain places, it's pretty hard to do that. So construction financing being one, but we're possible that's being broadly the approach and, and this, and now that's a worldwide thing.   So, you know, I think that approach was most pronounced pre pandemic in places like Japan and also in Germany and other European countries. But I think now that's a Candace point, a us point, et cetera, on the other side, which is on the property type side, that's interesting, right? Because multifamily have one year, at least a student housing and maybe eight months, maybe 12 month policing. And when you look at an inflation world of rising interest rate world, that becomes quite interesting, even pre pandemic we're down in Australia, looking at industrial, we took a lot of comfort from the structure of leases in, in, for industrial product in Australia, which have a rental escalations each year.   And it's quite quite attractive at two to 3% per year. And so some now, sorry, that's quite attractive right now, right? Hopefully, hopefully it's attractive in five years, but I think that's also important. What's the structure of the leasing in, in the property types that you're investing in. And, and it's interesting, even in the office environment today, we're seeing leasing transform a little bit. We're seeing shorter term leases, not due to inflation, just due to uncertainty in office, but the, you know, the, I guess the net benefit of what might be viewed as more challenging leasing dynamic is you might have a little bit more flexibility in the shorter term if we, if we do have, you know, rising rates due to rising inflation.   So it is a complicated point, but we, we really began thinking about it in earnest in 2020. You know, we, we thought about it in 2019 and 2018, but in 2020, as we saw some of those significant changes and by the way, on the fed. Yeah. So that was a watershed moment. At least to me, when they moved off that sort of target, they also sort of announced, I think in the September meeting to be, you know, that they would begin tapering. Now we've been tapering in Canada for awhile, but I also think that's an important announcement that probably didn't get as much press as it should.   And then the program to taper fully, I think goes until June of next year. And after that, you would, you know, at least conceivably expect that rates would begin to rise. And I think to most people that would be sooner than what most people anticipate for the U S fed to, to do so. Yes, the feds made a few announcements that I think of come beneath that radar screen.   Jesse (31m 59s): I think it's one of those things that when it comes down to the ground level for us at the property level, whether it's, you know, office leasing or retail, I think there is potential for return of, you know, we've had leases where in the nineties and eighties, you'd see these legacy leases where they didn't have step-ups discreetly, but they had, you know, each, each year your rent would rise or your base rent would rise as a function of the CPI index. So it'd be interesting to see if we go back to more of kind of targeted step-ups that really want to go up with inflation, you know, if that's going to be a big enough thing where you, you see that translate, but yeah, it's, it's definitely something that's on the interest rate side, curious for all everybody, you know, we have people on that are, I find extremely smart that will have complete opposite opinions on inflation and interest rates.   So it's one of those things where you watch carefully, but in terms of having a crystal ball for where, where rates are going to go, I mean, I think I've confidently said rates will have to go up for the last 10 years.   Colin (33m 5s): Yeah, that's right. That's right. And, and, and eating a bit of humble pie is essential when, when, when prognosticating about these saints, because it's, you know, it's, it's almost like predicting currencies. There's just so much that goes in to, to, to, you know, what the fed does or what the bank of Canada does. And, you know, you can raise rate rates quickly or slowly. You might raise some that dance through there is, there's quite a lot in there.   And then you've got geopolitics, you've got a health pandemic and, and, you know, so sitting in 2019, nobody would have anticipated, right. Where rates would be today, just nobody would have gone in that. Right. So to your point, yes, I, I definitely eat some humble pie as well.   Jesse (33m 54s): Yeah, no, fair enough. You, you control what you can control. And, you know, we were in one of those few industries where you can directly almost directly pass on inflation to your customer, but it's a interesting point, especially in the Canadian environment, when you talk about student rentals where you essentially can mark to market your rental rates almost almost annually, usually two years, three years. But, you know, for those that don't know the Canadian environment, even in multi res, even though they're one year leases, you're not really marketing to market within, you know, every year, you know, the turnover can be, depending on the asset can be quite a bit different than, than student res.   Yeah,   Colin (34m 32s): Absolutely. And that, and, and, and that will be interesting going forward, right? Because you had folks in the last year or so, depending on the market and depending on the product, and this is more of a condo shadow inventory point that moves to take advantage of some of the lower rents in the multi-res side, that due to, you know, rent control, both, you know, use Toronto or Ontario as an example, you would think that the turnover rates going to decline materially, at least in the short term, as a result and in, in the student world, you know, it's, it's doubly interesting.   So number one, you've got your normal turnover folks graduate, but you also have this year and next year cold called the bulge in the class. You've got people that might've delayed, that are now taking the class people that were at home that are now going back to campus. You've got campuses that were virtual, like Ryerson here in Toronto that are going back to in-person in January. So that re all of that combined, and then you've got international students that are coming back.   It makes it a really interesting place to be in the student world. Yeah.   Jesse (35m 50s): Yeah, for sure. Colin, I want to be respectful of the time here, but I do want to talk about the, the black opportunity fund for those that don't know what it is. I just want to, you know, before we, we ask our final questions here, I mean, just in kind of asking the question, are you able to talk a little bit about the fund moving on to kind of culture in our commercial real estate world? You know, we can talk about specifically here in our area, but I think culture is very similar, our commercial real estate culture.   So I'd like to just kind of get your view on where we're at right now, from your point of view, you know, we're what improvements from a cultural standpoint you think that we can make and, and yeah. And on that talking a little bit about the fund and what it is.   Colin (36m 37s): Yeah, absolutely. So first the culture culture in real estate, in the commercial real estate world, it is a highly congenial culture and relies a lot on personal and interpersonal interaction and the log on the power of networks. And that's just a global global point and familiarity with each other on the basis, usually of doing deals and transactions and working through situations, none of that's overly bad.   What I have found, whether it's going to expo in new Nick or whether it's going to, you know, an animal con conference in Beijing is it's extraordinarily a male and be uniform. And when I stepped back from that, I think, you know, the folks that occupy our properties are not all male and not all uniform. And we live in one of the most incredibly rapidly changing and advancing times ever, right?   We're in the fourth industrial revolution and everything literally is changing. And so how can an owner operator of real estate realistically tell their investors that they're the best in the world at what they do, but their staff is only, you know, only calls from a quarter of the population in the country or city in which they're in. I just don't think it's possible. There are smart people out there, brilliant people out there that would make fantastic real estate investors that aren't actually able to get into real estate for X, Y, Z at ABC reasons.   So I think that's a problem for the real estate industry as much or more than it is a problem for society. But if we can solve that problem, we create better outcomes. And this isn't just that, you know, this isn't a CSR thing. I E the thing at the back of the annual report and where everybody's smiling, no, this is actually a, Hey, you can do, you can create better returns by having smarter people running the strategies, running the real estate.   So what's the black opportunity fund, a billion and a half world's largest pool of capital to fund a black led black focus, black serving charities nonprofits on one hand businesses entrepreneurs on the other hand. And why, because when we went through the last two years accelerated by what happened, George Floyd, we saw a ton of organizations doing fantastic work, just subscale.   They just need a capital. And it, why? Because we thought, Hey, why don't we start an, you know, a scholarship? Well, there's a ton of organizations getting scholarships. Why don't we start an after-school program? There's tons of organizations. There are literally hundreds and hundreds and hundreds of nonprofits, by the way, didn't say charities because they don't have even the scale to get through the process to become a registered charity. So they're non-profits, but they're, you know, moms and pops doing their best with the limited resources that we, that they have.   So black opportunity for motivate contributions from corporations, governments, individuals, families, anybody, we think it's a whole, a candidate problem to scale up these charities, nonprofits on the businesses and entrepreneurs side. There are thousands of entrepreneurs and businesses, all of them virtually all of them, very small. And the number one issue statistically as surveyed is access to capital.   And there is both and a perception issue and also true difficulty accessing meaning financial institutions are less likely, and this was studied by the, the federal reserve are less likely to give to an individual of color. There, there are like more likely to be determined, to be high risk.   And as a result, individuals of color are less likely then to go to those financial institutions. So you have sort of this negative wheel created. And so we're just trying to break that and create an assessable pool of capital to provide. So that's the goal of the black opportunity fund. We have been raised capital TD just announced a couple of weeks ago, $10 million plus office space. Plus the conduct individuals, national bank announced 6 million, just over $6 million to, to the black opportunity fund.   There's been a number of other contributions, but we're early meaning we've got a ways to go. We spent a lot of time creating the infrastructure at the correct governance, the board, et cetera, et cetera. And it's been a huge effort, more than 300 folks involved. We talked to thousands of businesses and charities and all, all across the country. And that's important to geography. Folks think about Toronto and Montreal. They overlook St.   Johns and Halifax and equalizer. We want to focus completely across the country, French and English, female, and male, and, and, and also LGBTQ plus, et cetera, that is important to us. And so that's the black opportunity fund.   Jesse (42m 29s): Yeah, I think, I think for, you know, from the point of view of the industry, I think me personally, I think that's why it's important to have these carefully, these organizations do these care for careful, you know, dis w whatever you want to call them, disparate impact studies, but we're looking at what policy actually does at the end of the day. You know, we have XYZ goal for policy, but what is really happening in reality? One thing that really clicked for me was I was in business school years ago in Toronto, and we had a venture capital capitalist that was talking to our class.   And he said that he had his daughter, she was going into computer science and programming and university of Waterloo for, you know, the Americans listening pretty much our Silicon valley in Canada. And he said, he went, brought her into programming and it was an orientation. And as most people could imagine, 99.9, 9% male. And initially I remember thinking, well, you know, if, if you go into something and you have people that are interested in that and they want to do it, and it happens to be disproportionate to society, you know, that's people making, making decisions, but then you said something, I think it would always stuck with me.   And when we have these conversations, I always think about this is, he said, these are, this is the generation that's going to design the virtual reality in geography. We plan the way that we navigate the world is a lot of it is going to be on the computer. A lot of it is going to be software. Do you really want this one cohort of people, no matter how great they are with all the blind, you know, the blind side, you know, the blind spots that they have. Do you want that to be what creates the future and designs it, or do you want to have a multitude of different views where the collective blind spots, you know, create something that is very clear?   Colin (44m 22s): Yeah, no, that's exactly. That's exactly it. And the tech world to that point has had its owns for the realization. Cause you know, commercial real estate, isn't alone. I mean, I'd say broadly the investment world, same thing broadly, broadly the tech world. But if you stay, you know, I stepped back and I've, and I've posed this question and truly a few times, it's like, why, why is it that virtually all of the administrative assistants are female. And it's like, do you, do you grow up?   Are you born? And you grow up and there's an innate desire as a female to become an admin assistant that doesn't exist for males. And clearly the answer is no, at least at least my interpretation and understanding of medicine yields me to conclude. That's probably not the case. It's probably a societal expectation. But if you take it to your example or the instance of commercial real estate owners, you know, how, how is it that you will grow?   How can you grasp future trends? How will you understand how people want to live, work and play, how they want to shop the types of retailers? They w retailers that they want to go to the experience that they want to have in lifestyle oriented centers. How can you actually understand that? If it's five dudes planning out the layout of the mall, right? It just, I don't get it. So to me, it's kind of like, well, you want to, you want to draw people in so that you have these different points of view.   So   Jesse (46m 0s): You're just going to go to that mall and not have any place for, for your, any daycare to put your child.   Colin (46m 7s): Yeah. Pretty much   Jesse (46m 9s): Awesome. And okay. I've, you know, we've been very, very generous with your time here calling. We have four questions. We ask everybody on, on the show. So if you're cool, I'll S I'll send them your way.   Colin (46m 20s): Sounds good.   Jesse (46m 22s): Okay. What's one thing, you know, now in your career, you wish you knew when you started,   Colin (46m 27s): I say, boldly use using the Wayne Gretzky analogy, which is old flea. Think about where that puck is going and skate, where that puck is going versus looking at the shiny object today and going to that shiny object today.   Jesse (46m 46s): Yeah, that's great. I haven't heard that in a while B be where that thing or that puck is going to be not where it, not, where it is in terms of, we always ask guests in terms of what you would tell younger people, getting into our industry, and just generally your view of mentorship,   Colin (47m 3s): Jay mentorships, critical more than my mistakes has been not caring mentors throughout my career. As I progress, meaning I have lots of mentors as I began my career. And then you sort of, you know, go through the different levels and you know, you get busy, it falls off you, you know, whatever, it's a terrible thing. I think mentors are absolutely critical. Gives you a perspective on, on things that you're seeing today that, that person's seen in a different way, 3, 4, 5 different times, and can tell you what they did or what didn't do more important than that is a mentor calls out your bullshit.   And that's really important sometimes. And so that's valuable somebody coming into the industry today, what would I say? It is a relationship industry at the end of the day. I mean, you got to do the work you got to do well, you got to have passion for it. So if you don't have passion for real estate, don't go into real estate. So assuming you're passionate for real estate, it's a networking industry, it's a relationship industry. And so take that time to go out and take somebody to drinks.   Or if you don't drink, take them to lunch, whatever it is, because that, that is what gets your career going in the industry.   Jesse (48m 29s): Yeah, absolutely. What is one or two books or podcasts that you are constantly recommending?   Colin (48m 35s): Yeah, that's a good question. I do like Malcolm Gladwell's books a lot. I wish I could say I've got a long book list. I wish I could say I've read all the books on that book list. There's a book that comes to mind. It was it's the power of one. I read it in literally high school, but it, it, it, it just speaks to me as a story about courage and resilience that, you know, I think is beneficial today.   And if I go back to your earlier question about advice, people used to say in, I banking world, it's a marathon, not a sprint. It absolutely is. And so to run that marathon, you need resilience and you need that, you know, that, that capacity to endure, to learn, to fall down, to, you know, make mistakes and to get up even better. Yeah. That, that book, the pair, the power of one was quite, quite instrumental to me, even though I read it so many years ago. Awesome.   Jesse (49m 39s): We'll put a link up to that. And the last question, my favorite layup first car make and model.   Colin (49m 48s): So funny enough, I've never, I've never owned a car because I've always lived in, in urban centers and have, you know, subscribed to the notion of taking the subway, walking everywhere and now taking Uber's. But the first car is likely to be some form of electric vehicle. Can't say it's going to be a Tesla, but it might be a, so let's go with Tesla and some electric vehicles.   Jesse (50m 16s): I like it. That's the first guest to prospect there, their first car. And the second one that, that they've always, they've always been public transit oriented. So I think that trend is going to continue going in that direction.   Colin (50m 30s): Yeah. I was early on that train cause you know, you know, it was very unusual, but you know, just like the, not having a landline telephone, a terrain that was early on that too, but eventually I'm going to have to give them, I know I can, I can see it coming in. It's probably going to be that Evy, hopefully when those batteries are better, there you go   Jesse (50m 50s): Calling for those, for those interested in getting in contact with you or anybody that wants to see, you know, what you guys are up to, what would be the best place to reach out?   Colin (51m 1s): Yeah. So LinkedIn is, is, is good. People do reach out through that in terms of finding, you know, what we're up to black opportunity fund for bear has a good website, lots of info there. We keep it up to date as it relates to T them and global real estate and our Canadian real estate, there is a T damn website, like most websites in the, in the investment world. We don't tend to overload it with information.   So, but T them does have a LinkedIn page. And so that is also quite active. So following either TDM on LinkedIn or on Twitter, there's there's information there. And if you don't want to do either and just want to message me on LinkedIn, you can, and eventually I'll get back to you.   Jesse (51m 54s): My guest today has been calling Lynch con thanks for being part of working capital   Colin (51m 59s): Pleasure. Pleasure. It was great conversation.   Jesse (52m 8s): Thank you so much for listening to working capital the real estate podcast. I'm your host, Jesse for galley. If you liked the episode, head on to iTunes and leave us a five-star review and share on social media, it really helps us out. If you have any questions, feel free to reach out to me on Instagram, Jesse for galley, F R a G a L E, have a good one take care.

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History of College Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 7, 2022 13:41


Today we discuss the college football history of the Massachusetts Minutemen. This program is one of the oldest programs in the history of college football and consequently, has history imprinted all over it. One national championship at the Div I-AA level, one coach who took the program to that promised land, five stellar coaches, one stunning win in the national championship game, one stunning loss in the national championship game, one stunning tie to derail the program's first undefeated-untied season in 74 years, five stellar teams, one national championship team, running back who rewrote the program's rushing records, one running back who was a TD machine, two exceptional quarterbacks, one FBS record setting receiver, one long-time rival, one of the four oldest FBS programs in the history of college football, one defense that allowed no first downs, one futile day of rushing, one defense who devastated an opponent's rushing attack and of course, Sam the Minuteman. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jay-abramson/support

Felger & Massarotti
Liv Morgan, WWE Superstar

Felger & Massarotti

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 14:04


James Stewart spoke with WWE Superstar Liv Morgan about her name, her mentors, working with Becky Lynch and the WWE Live experience.  WWE returns to the TD garden this Sunday, scheduled to appear are WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, WWE Smackdown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, Big E, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Bobby Lashley and Liv Morgan will be going up against Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch in a triple threat match for the WWE Raw Womens championship. Wrestling Inside the Ropes is brought to you by Boom Boom Games in Billerica, MA.  Check them out on line at  https://www.facebook.com/BoomBoomGamesLLC or in person 306 Boston Rd, North Billerica, MA 978-294-2114 E-mail the show WrestleCast985@gmail.com

Wrestling Inside the Ropes Podcast
Liv Morgan, WWE Superstar

Wrestling Inside the Ropes Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 14:04


James Stewart spoke with WWE Superstar Liv Morgan about her name, her mentors, working with Becky Lynch and the WWE Live experience.  WWE returns to the TD garden this Sunday, scheduled to appear are WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns, WWE Smackdown Women's Champion Charlotte Flair, Big E, Seth Rollins, Kevin Owens and Bobby Lashley and Liv Morgan will be going up against Bianca Belair and Becky Lynch in a triple threat match for the WWE Raw Womens championship. Wrestling Inside the Ropes is brought to you by Boom Boom Games in Billerica, MA.  Check them out on line at  https://www.facebook.com/BoomBoomGamesLLC or in person 306 Boston Rd, North Billerica, MA 978-294-2114 Follow the show on Twitter: @WrestleCast985 @IAmJamesStewart @Sarge985 E-mail the show WrestleCast985@gmail.com

Pigskin Daily History Dispatch
The 1980 AFC Championship Game Controversy

Pigskin Daily History Dispatch

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 6, 2022 14:49


In this episode of the Football's History Headlines, we discuss a pass and catch of a TD by the same player in a game and some fantastic and controversial Championship games as well as many more HOF Legendary stories. We are very thankful, honored, and humbled to be placed in the top spot of American Football History Podcasts by https://blog.feedspot.com/american_football_history_podcasts/ (Feedspot.com!) it is you the listeners and our fantastic expert guests that take us to these heights. Thank you! Miss our football by the day of the year podcasts, well don't because they can still be found at the https://pigskindispatch.com/ (Pigskin Dispatch website). Come join us at the https://pigskindispatch.com/ (Pigskin Dispatch website) to see even more Positive football news! Sign up to get daily football history headlines in your email inbox @ https://pigskindispatch.com/home/Email-subscriber (Email-subscriber) Go to https://my.captivate.fm/SportsHistoryNetwork.com/Row1 (SportsHistoryNetwork.com/Row1 )for access to the full Row One catalog for gallery prints and gift items. Plus, get a 15% discount on all prints on the Row One Pictorem Gallery with coupon code SHN15. Get a free one-week subscription to Newspapers.com by visiting http://SportsHistoryNetwork.com/newspapers (SportsHistoryNetwork.com/newspapers). And with a paid subscription, you'll also be helping to support the production of this and other Sports History Network shows.  We also feature great music by Mike and Gene Monroe along with Jason Neff & great graphics from time to time from the folks at http://www.gridiron-uniforms.com/GUD/controller/controller.php?action=main (Gridiron-Uniform Database). Want more Sports History delivered to your ears, come see this podcast and many more at the https://sportshistorynetwork.com/ (Sports History Network - The Headquarters of Sports' Yesteryear!) We would like to thank the https://footballfoundation.org/ (National Football Foundation), https://www.profootballhof.com/players/ (Pro Football Hall of Fame), https://www.onthisday.com/ (On this day.com), and https://www.pro-football-reference.com/ (Pro Football Reference) Websites for the information shared with you today. Support this podcast

Destination Devy Podcast
Ja'Marr Chase ring collector

Destination Devy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022 66:14


Off The Line Fantasy Football Ep 10: Gene @FantasyGenes and Ike @Just_Ike09 recap NFL Week 17 championship weekend as they discuss the unlikely league winning RB's Rashaad Penny, Boston Scott & Devin Singletary. Russell Wilson & DK Metcalf's TD connections. Joe Burrow & Ja'Marr Chase putting on another show. Studs like Dalvin Cook & Tyreek Hill who were duds on the biggest week of the season. Fantasy MVP & Bust of the year, recapping the most memorable performances & players who we wished we had more exposure to, lessons learned & more.  For all your college and dynasty fantasy football needs, subscribe to Destination Devy for all of the great content we put out weekly. The Destination Devy Patreon is LIVE!! Join #TheSQUAD and the All-Gas Army on Patreon for even more exclusive content http://www.Patreon.com/prospecttalk Destination Devy @DestinationDevy – one of many great podcasts from the Dynasty League Football Family of Podcasts – is hosted by Ray Garvin featuring weekly dynasty football content focused on developmental prospects in the college football world. Trivion McKenzie (@TTzMac702) for his song, “Attitudes,” and special thanks to every single #DDP listener and the ongoing support! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes. Follow the show and send questions to the podcast on Twitter. @DestinaitonDevy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

DLF Family of Podcasts
Ja'Marr Chase ring collector

DLF Family of Podcasts

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 5, 2022


Off The Line Fantasy Football Ep 10: Gene @FantasyGenes and Ike @Just_Ike09 recap NFL Week 17 championship weekend as they discuss the unlikely league winning RB's Rashaad Penny, Boston Scott & Devin Singletary. Russell Wilson & DK Metcalf's TD connections. Joe Burrow & Ja'Marr Chase putting on another show. Studs like Dalvin Cook & Tyreek Hill who were duds on the biggest week of the season. Fantasy MVP & Bust of the year, recapping the most memorable performances & players who we wished we had more exposure to, lessons learned & more.  For all your college and dynasty fantasy football needs, subscribe to Destination Devy for all of the great content we put out weekly. The Destination Devy Patreon is LIVE!! Join #TheSQUAD and the All-Gas Army on Patreon for even more exclusive content http://www.Patreon.com/prospecttalk Destination Devy @DestinationDevy – one of many great podcasts from the Dynasty League Football Family of Podcasts – is hosted by Ray Garvin featuring weekly dynasty football content focused on developmental prospects in the college football world. Trivion McKenzie (@TTzMac702) for his song, “Attitudes,” and special thanks to every single #DDP listener and the ongoing support! Please leave a rating and review on iTunes. Follow the show and send questions to the podcast on Twitter. @DestinaitonDevy Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Off The Leash
Dawgs on Top 34-11 (Orange Bowl Recap)

Off The Leash

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 40:56


UGA Bounces back in a MAJOR way vs Michigan in the Orange Bowl. Starting fast and dominating in the first half. Todd Monken called a great game. Stetson Bennett had the best game of his career with 300+ passing yards, 3 TD and more importantly 0 turnovers. The Offensive line held a talented UM front to 0 sacks, and the defense lead by Nakobe Dean, Nolan Smith, and Derion Kendrick were disruptive all night. Dawg fans got to finish 2021 on a high note, but no Gatorade baths yet... "Job's not finished"

The Tim Dillon Show
282 - Lex Fridman

The Tim Dillon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 4, 2022 108:12


Tim has on Lex Fridman in Austin, TX to discuss why Ghislaine and Jeffrey were in love, Robert Maxwell's ties to intelligence, Elon Musk's sense of humor, Jack Dorsey's intention, the future of blockchain technology, and what actually permits you the most freedom in life. Lex Fridman is an AI researcher at MIT and host of the Lex Fridman Podcast. Here is Lex's recent conversation with Elon: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DxREm3s1scA You can follow Lex on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/lexfridman Bonus episodes every week: ▶▶ https://www.patreon.com/thetimdillonshow See Tim Live on the road: ▶▶ http://timdilloncomedy.com/#shows ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:

JD Talkin Sports
JD TALKIN SPORTS #930

JD Talkin Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 71:23


Joe Burrow leads the Bengals to the AFC North title in his second year and sets franchise records in passing yards and TD passes.   Ja'Marr Chase caught a franchise record 266 yards and 3 TD's in the win over the Chiefs.Giants lose 29-3 with -10 yards passing.   The Jets have set a franchise record with 477 points allowed breaking last seasons record of 457.   Kyrie Irving should be making his season debut Wednesday in Indiana.  Klay Thompson could make his season debut for GS on Sunday.  

Brown Bag Bets
Browns Vs Steelers, 1st TD, Tennis, NBA And College Hoops Bets For 1 - 3

Brown Bag Bets

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 26:53


Happy New Year! We hope you all had a great holiday weekend! It involved a lot of interesting developments in the NFL playoff race so Andy and Alex will break that down before getting into the Browns-Steelers tussle in Big Ben's final (?) game at Heinz Field. Alex will have first touchdown bets and Andy has a PrizePicks entry. Tennis is back and Alex will have some bets to give out! He'll also take a look at the NBA slate and give out some bets there. Mondays are usually light on college hoops action, but that won't stop Andy from making some plays. Get started for FREE on BETSPERTS today to make and track your picks at BETSPERTS.com Hosted by Andy Molitor (@AndyMSFW) & Alex Christenson (@_Noops) and powered by BETSPERTS. Available in podcast form immediately after. 0:40 - Holiday weekend recap 2:20 - Tennis picks 10:40 - College Hoops card 15:50 - NBA total 19:00 - Monday Night Football odds 20:25 - Monday Night Football 1st TD prices 23:55 - Monday Night Football PrizePicks entry

Nothing But Bucs
Breaking Down the Comeback Win vs. New York, Key Moments | Nothing But Bucs

Nothing But Bucs

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 46:56


After a thrilling, last minute, come from behind victory to beat the Jets 28-24 Sunday, host T.J. Rives is back with insight, analysis, and exciting highlights. Hear his post game conversations with coach Bruce Arians and LB Joe Tryon-Shoyinka, plus, from the GOAT Tom Brady on another dramatic comeback win and WR Cyril Grayson who hauled in the winning TD in the final seconds! Catch it all on the latest edition of “Nothing But Bucs!"

Bolts from the Blue: for Los Angeles Chargers fans
The Lightning Round Podcast#253: AFTER HOURS. Week 17 vs DEN recap

Bolts from the Blue: for Los Angeles Chargers fans

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 60:47


Garrett and Jamie recap the Chargers big win over the Denver Broncos on the Lightning Round Podcast: After Hours. They live streamed their reactions about how the Chargers embarrassed the Broncos by getting out to an early lead and how they never really looked back on Sunday. They answer questions about Justin Herbert's record breaking TD pass to Mike Williams, the Chargers special teams propelling the team to victory, some unsung heroes from the win and playoff scenarios. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

Utah Liberty Talk
S2 E17: Let's be honest; Communism vs. Socialism vs. Capitalism

Utah Liberty Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 55:21


TD talks about communism from a real perspective, using definitions and arguments used by Communists. Without any sort of distorted connotations, TD attacks these concepts of economics on all fronts, and emphasizes why Capitalism must be the way to go.

Drew and Mike Show
Drew And Mike – January 2, 2022

Drew and Mike Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 3, 2022 183:50


Happy New Year from us and Buff Bezos, Antonio Brown quits mid-game, RIP John Madden, Britney Spears new "song", Biden vs "Let's Go Brandon", James Franco speaks, and Marc's still not scared of Georgia.Happy New Year, we're back!Breaking 2022 ABNN News: Antonio Brown quits football mid-game. AB hates drama... unless he creates it.College Football: "Nobody is scared of Georgia". What happened to Daxton Hill? Ryan Ermanni was NOT devastated. Madelyn's Christmas was saved by Eli Zaret and the Michigan State Spartans. We may not have Dan Leach's back anymore after this Twitter mishap. The Rose Bowl was phenomenal.Matthew Stafford moves into 4th place all time for TD passes... to the other team.Britney Spears has released new music on her Instagram right before she unfollowed her sister.Buff Bezos and Lauren Sanchez had a sexy vacation.NYE Recap: Dick Clark is dead, change the name. Journey must have been the only band without covid since they rang in the New Year on ABC. Miley Cyrus had a wardrobe malfunction. Andy Cohen got wasted and ranted against Bill de Blasio. The only thing we know about Liza Koshy is that she says a lot without saying nothing. 50 Cent brought the house down.Noah Cyrus is NOT sizzling.Ted Williams was doubling his "paycheck" at Greektown.RIP Betty White. OJ Simpson with the eulogy that's all about him.RIP John Madden. We remember the old 'Gay-Per-View' bits that probably couldn't be made today. Wayne Gretzky once violated the "no dumps" in the Madden Cruiser.More ABNN Breaking News: AB is no longer a Buc, but Tom Brady wants your empathy.Matt Corral may have pulled a Jake Butt. The announcers at ESPN really hate opt-outs.Magic Johnson is not looking forward to HBO's new Lakers doc.Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan top the list of the Most Influential in News.Jizzlaine Maxwell is finally officially guilty. She might start naming names. Somebody put Prince Andrew in the sweatbox.Joe Biden is still hoping to 'shut down the virus'.No more planes for this former Raiderette.How dare AOC!?! How dare Ron DeSantis!?!Caroline Cruz is the new Claudia Conway.Jared Schmeck sure showed Joe Biden. He may be leading the country soon since he was on TV.Brandon Brown claims he's struggling with sponsors because of LGB.Super Dave Osborne is Albert Brook's brother. There's a great new doc on HBO Max on Bob Einstein aka Marty Funkhouser.Don't Look Up was awfully preachy.Drew Crime: The Murders at Starved Rock.Kim Kardashian Esquire helps save the day again.James Franco breaks his silence by using every excuse in the book.Chris Noth has yet another accuser.John Hinckley Jr. wishes you a Happy New Year.Poor Michael Avenatti has a tough life.A bumbling custodian got a tiger killed and his arm eaten in Florida.The Texas school shooter Timothy Simpkins has been arrested again.Ethan Crumbley's mom was allegedly banging other dudes. Check out the 911 call from the dude who busted the Crumbley parents.Santa saved Christmas for the Fellhauer girls.Social media is dumb but we're on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter (Drew and Mike Show, Marc Fellhauer, Trudi Daniels and BranDon).

Utah Liberty Talk
S2 E16: The Education System

Utah Liberty Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 61:55


TD talks about the problems we see with the public education system today. Tyson talks briefly about academia and how we would grow and maintain a higher standard of education in society if education were completely privatized.  

Nothing But Conversations
(EP. 32) Eagles Week 16 Review "Texas Boyz"

Nothing But Conversations

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 17:14


PackChat
Season 4, Episode 9: 3 W's, playoffs clinched and stuff about Aaron Rodgers

PackChat

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 32:24


We discuss the last three games of the 12-3 Packers as they come out of the bye week. We also discuss pro bowl nods, Rodger's TD record, the MVP race, and the playoff situation.

Climbing The Pocket
Two Old Bloggers - Vikings at Packers

Climbing The Pocket

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 2, 2022 63:29


Here we are for the most important game of the season. The Minnesota Vikings on their own have put themselves in a place where they need to win out and get help to make the playoffs and they have started with the game at Labeau Field on a frigid Sunday night in front of the world to see. Can they do it? This team has not done anything easy this campaign, and Vikings at Green Bay Packers is always a tough game made even tougher by starting quarterback, Kirk Cousins, testing positive for Covid. Backup, Sean Mannion, just coming off Covid IR gets the call instead. Do the Vikes have a chance to defeat their biggest rival on Sunday Night Football? If they do, look for it to be with the running game. This and more in this pregame show preview. Two Old Bloggers are comprised of Dave and Darren, who both started blogging on the Purple decades ago will go over a way to possibly see how this game will go and if the Vikings can win, so get ready for the Climbing The Pocket and Daily Norseman pregame show! Here are the themes for the show: We'll go over the usual stats to start - the strengths and weaknesses of each team. The news of Kirk Cousins testing positive for Covid. Theme #1 - Justin Jefferson calling out the Vikings Jefferson said he tried to inject some life into his teammates against the Rams. Said they lacked energy. This is a sad statement for the 2021 Vikings. The Rams game was a big game - win and they took a big step to make the playoffs. How can Viking players lack energy in a game that is so important for the team? If the Vikings don't play with more fire, more energy, and more urgency at Lambeau on Sunday, the season will be over. They won't beat the Packers playing with a half-hearted effort. Theme #2 - Vikings Special teams edge Offensively and defensively - TTFW has the edge on the Vikings. Special teams are a different story. The Vikings hold a large edge there - even after giving up a punt return TD against LA My prediction - Kwangwu gets his third kickoff return TD of the season against Green Bay and Mason Crosby will miss another important field goal. Special teams could keep the Vikings in this game and be an important equalizer Sunday. Theme #3 - Mike Zimmer's last stand? Viking fans have been on a Mike Zimmer watch for weeks now. The fans seem to have had enough of the coach and maybe some of the players, too. He's survived so far but will a loss to TTFW be the end for him? I think it will - especially if the Vikings are not competitive in this one. If the Vikes lose the team is officially eliminated from the playoffs.  That will be two years in a row with a losing record. With NFL teams that have a head coaching vacancy allowed to interview candidates as of Dec. 28, firing Zimmer after a loss at Lambeau makes sense. They can get a head start on finding their next HC and not miss out on any candidates they want. And it doesn't impact their playoff push because they will have been eliminated. It's really minimal disruption for the team to go with an interim guy for the final game of the season. I expect the Wilf's to pull the trigger if the Vikings lose to TTFW on Sunday. The Good News - Jared Allen HOF finalist. Join us for your Minnesota Vikings talk amongst Two Old Bloggers and join the conversation! Fan with us!!! Come join the @Climb_ThePocket's & @DailyNorseman's blogger show with Darren @KickassblogVike and Dave @Luft_Krigare. Subscribe to us here! - https://www.youtube.com/climbingthepocket Watch this show here: https://youtu.be/HzNF8JP6PSs Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Fantasy Fellowshow
#441 - Week 17 Player Prop Bets

The Fantasy Fellowshow

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 1, 2022 26:28


favorite TD bets using DraftKings Sportsbook

Sports Krunch w/DKROM
#294: 2021 Week 17 NFL Preview (with Hal Bent)

Sports Krunch w/DKROM

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 58:16


1. Week 16 Takeaways -DKrom: It was a crazy journey to get there, but the Chiefs and Bills appear to be the two best teams in the AFC after all, Josh Allen putting himself in elite company, Houston Texans have been a MUCH better team than most of us thought -Hal: Hal is completely off the Cardinals bandwagon, Chargers still doing Charger things 2. Truth or Exaggeration -The Houston Texans should not spend a premium draft pick on a QB and give Davis Mills a full-year tryout in 2022 -Joe Burrow has cemented himself as a top-10 QB in the NFL -If the Dolphins make the playoffs, Brian Flores is the 2021 NFL Coach of the Year -Regardless of how their season ends, the 49ers must make Trey Lance the full-time starter in 2022 -The Jaguars hiring Packers OC Nathaniel Hackett as their new head coach would be a very wise move -If he doesn't retire, Aaron Rodgers will play for the Packers in 2022 -After two seasons, the Carolina Panthers should pull the plug on Matt Rhule 3. This or That -Who had the bigger impact on the game of football: John Madden or Vince Lombardi? -Assuming they get the NFC's #1 seed, which team should the Packers fear more: Cowboys or Bucs? -Which non-Chiefs AFC West team is more likely to make the playoffs: Chargers or Raiders? -Who was the bigger Pro Bowl snub: Roquan Smith or Creed Humphrey? 4. Chiefs at Bengals Preview 5. Picks for all other Week 17 Games -Falcons at Bills -Giants at Bears -Dolphins at Titans -Raiders at Colts -Jaguars at Patriots -Bucs at Jets -Eagles at Washington -Rams at Ravens -Broncos at Chargers -Cardinals at Cowboys -Panthers at Saints -Lions at Seahawks -Vikings at Packers -Browns at Steelers 6. Bold Predictions -Hal: Jonathan Taylor 274 yards rushing and 4 TD in win over Raiders -DKrom: Steelers win thanks to 5 INT off of Baker Mayfield, including two pick-sixes (one by Joe Haden, the other by Joe Schobert, both former Browns) 7. Challenge Flags -DKrom: Packers…DON'T TAKE YOUR FOOT OFF THE GAS!!! -Hal: Big Ben…go out like a champion!!!

Jawing About the GMen
#Giants get lose bad to the #Eagles and now look to face the struggling #Bears

Jawing About the GMen

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 2021 82:25


#PhiladelphiaEagles avenge their loss earlier in the season as they beat the #NewYorkGiants 34-10. #BigBlue moves up the #NFLDraft boards regardless of the outcome of their week 17 matchup against the #ChicagoBears. Remember the legacy of the great #JohnMadden. Plus, #BestBets and #FantasyFootball locks of the week.JAWING ABOUT THE G-MEN 12/30/2021Giants lose @ Eagles 34-10 Mike Glennon: 17/27 for 93 yds, TD, INT Saquon Barkley: 15 carries for 32 yds Kadarius Toney: 4 recs for 28 yds Lorenzo Carter: 3 tackles, sack Week 17: @ Chicago Bears (5-10)Giants Injury Report: Matt Peart tore ACL during the Eagles game Dexter Lawrence and Julian Love were placed on the COVID reserve list Adoree Jackson (quad), Saquon Barkley (ankle), Kadarius Toney (shoulder), Kyle Rudolph (ankle), and Graham Gano (non-COVID illness) are all listed as questionable. Around the League:Remembering John Madden, his impact on the game with his commentary and the video gameBest Bets Records Jace: 9-6-1 Sean: 8-8 Joe: 7-9 Zay: 6-10 Spread, over/under, player or team prop bets, give me your best bet Fantasy Locks Last week's results Joe's pick: Keenan Allen 7.5 Already picked: Tom Brady, Justin Herbert, Kyler Murray, Joe Burrow, Derrick Henry, Matthew Stafford, DeAndre Hopkins, Josh Allen, Stefon Diggs, Lamar Jackson, Dak Prescott, DeVonta Smith, Joe Mixon, Austin Ekeler, James Conner, Kennan Allen Fantasy lock total: 269.8 fpts Sean's pick: James Robinson 1 Already picked: Stefon Diggs, Keenan Allen, Daniel Jones, Davante Adams, Patrick Mahomes, Najee Harris, Derrick Henry, Joe Mixon, Austin Ekeler, Jonathan Taylor, Christian McCaffrey, Dalvin Cook, Leonard Fournette, Alvin Kamara, James Conner, James Robinson Fantasy lock total: 274.52 fpts Jace's pick: Deebo Samuel 26.1 Already picked: Tyrod Taylor, Aaron Jones, Josh Allen, Rob Gronkowski,  Michael Carter, Patrick Mahomes, Jameis Winston, Justin Herbert, Michael Pittman Jr, Baker Mayfield, Daniel Jones, Russell Wilson, Lamar Jackson, Aaron Rodgers, Nick Chubb, Deebo Samuel Fantasy lock total: 310.98 fpts Zay's pick: Antonio Brown Already picked: Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, Christian McCaffrey, Tyreek Hill, Derrick Henry, Ja'Marr Chase, Kyler Murray, DeAndre Hopkins, Dak Prescott, Mike Evans, Daniel Jones, Jalen Hurts, Mac Jones, Davante Adams, CeeDee Lamb, Jake Fromm Fantasy lock total: 283.68 fpts Changing it up this year, you can only pick a player once, so choose your lock wisely

The Jason Smith Show
Hour 1 - Behind the Scenes of a Bowl Game

The Jason Smith Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 30, 2021 49:41


Arnie Spanier and Rich Ohrnberger are in for Jason Smith and Mike Harmon and discuss all of the Bowl Games that have been cancelled. Pete Fuitak joins the show to talk everything in the world of college football and there's great audio from Bob Stoops' son scoring a TD for the Sooners. Plus, Rich has an amazing behind the scenes Bowl Game story! Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis
Hour 1: Brady, LaVar & Jonas Remember John Madden

Outkick the Coverage with Clay Travis

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 47:14


Wednesday on 2 Pros and a Cup of Joe, Jonas Knox, Brady Quinn and LaVar Arrington reflect on the life and career of John Madden who passed away at the age of 85. The NFL continues to update COVID protocols as Carson Wentz is the latest QB to be ruled out. Plus, a slap on the wrist for Tom Brady and a big-man TD in college football. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

The Tim Dillon Show
281 - Hewlett Harbor Holiday

The Tim Dillon Show

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 28, 2021 78:58


Live from Austin, Texas this week, Tim discusses a Long Island family execution on Christmas morning, Adam McKay's new Netflix film "Don't Look Up", the controversy around "Licorice Pizza", how his Holiday Season went down, and why once again Ben and his wife are up to their usual tricks. Bonus episodes every week: ▶▶ https://www.patreon.com/thetimdillonshow See Tim Live on the road: ▶▶ http://timdilloncomedy.com/#shows ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ SUPPORT OUR SPONSORS:

Fox Sports Radio Weekends
Steve Hartman & Geoff Schwartz On the NFL Navigating Covid & Browns at Packers

Fox Sports Radio Weekends

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 26, 2021 149:44


FOX Football Saturday with Steve Hartman and Geoff Schwartz dives into the Christmas Day NFL action! The guys start the show by running down the list of inactive NFL players because of Covid-19 health and safety protocols. History is made as Aaron Rodgers jumps the Hall of Famer Brett Favre for the Packers all time TD passing record. Plus, is the NFL MVP just a quarterback award at this point? Then, the guys touch on the NBA Christmas day slate, and the high expectations the Los Angeles Lakers have for themselves, but can't meet. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com

Pick Six NFL Podcast
Week 16 TNF Betting Preview: 49ers-Titans Game Picks & Player Props, 1st TD scorer (Football 12/23)

Pick Six NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 30:13


Will Brinson is joined by Tyler Sullivan to break down Week 16 of Thursday Night Football between the 49ers and Titans from a gambling perspective. The guys cover the spread and total, player props and 1st TD scorer. '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 Visit the CBS Sports Store to buy Pick Six merch: https://store.cbssports.com/collections/pick-six Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Read the Pick Six newsletter here: https://www.cbssports.com/newsletters/picksix/ 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

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio
Browns fall to last in AFC North + Bears couldn't keep the ball against the Vikings | 12/21 #1

Pro Football Talk Live with Mike Florio

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 21, 2021 67:06


Las Vegas Raiders vs Cleveland Browns: With both QB1 and QB2 out, Nick Mullens steps in. The Browns ran for most of the game but the Vikings ran away with the win. Myles Garret gets injured during the last quarter of the game.Minnesota Vikings vs Chicago Bears: Kirk Cousins threw for only 87 yards, but still won the game with 2 TD passes.

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 558 - Aaron Rodgers Tuesday Week 14, Monday Night Football Recap, Lavonte David, & AJ Hawk

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 14, 2021 129:50


On today's show, Pat, AJ, and the boys chat about last night's Monday Night Football game and how the Rams again look like they'll be a dangerous team come playoff time, how incredible Aaron Donald is at football, why the Cardinals seem like they'll get things figured out and be just fine, and everything else going on in the NFL as we wrap up week 14 and look ahead to week 15's biggest matchups. Joining the program like he does every Tuesday, fresh off a 4 TD performance agains the Bears, is the reigning NFL MVP, Quarterback of the Green Bay Packers, Aaron Rodgers. Pat, Aaron, and AJ chat about Sunday's big win over the Bears and some of the key moments, what he thinks his future is looking like at this point in the season, how special the Bears/Packers rivalry is to him, what he thinks of Justin Fields after seeing him a couple of times this year, his dedication to the craft of play action, how his toe/body is feeling, and much more (42:28-1:24:24). Later, Pro Bowler. 3x All-Pro, Super Bowl Champion, Tampa Bay Buccaneers Linebackers, and friend of the program, Lavonte David joins the show to chat about the Bucs this season, if they feel like they still have a lot of prove this year, what it's like having Tom Brady as his Quarterback, if he plans on riding horses with Devin White anytime soon, if he's watched Man in the Arena at all to learn more about Tom Brady, what it's like playing with Vita Vea, and more (1:24:27-1:40:00). Make sure you subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow and listen every day on Mad Dog Radio, Sirius XM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening, come and laugh with us, cheers.