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  • 00:31

    32 For 32: Denver Broncos

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    Two words: Peyton Manning. Two more words: HELP HIM! Last year, the Denver Broncos were in the top 5 in the NFL in shotgun formation plays. If you ask Rocket, something needs to be done about that. For starters, this team perhaps...maybe...can actually, you know, run the football. That would be a big bonus to an aging quarterback. Two years ago, this team was in the Super Bowl. A Year later, they were one & done in the postseason. Out is John Fox & in is Gary Kubiak, a former Broncos assistant now head coach. He has a good offense to work from. This offense will still be good...well, the passing game anyway. The running backs have to stay healthy & effective for this team to win another Super Bowl. For Manning, I'm certain one ring isn't enough. I also know that being eliminated in the playoffs last yeat by his former team has to be mind-numbing as well. Many coaching chages took place this offseason with just this team alone. I'm anxious to see what this offensive line will look like. They traded Manny Ramirez to Detroit during the draft & now Ryan Clady is out for the year with a torn ACL. Will Peyton Manning have good enough protection? & how much does he have left to give? Tune in Tuesday morning June 2nd @ 9:30am in another installment of The Rocket Sports Breakdown in Rocket's 32 For 32 team coverage. Rocket Nation, hop on a horse & get ready for a power trip.

  • 00:30

    Episode 32

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    In this episode I'll be talking with Writer/Director Drew Hall and Director/VFX Producer Horst Sarubin about the super cool


    Steampunk inspired Science Fiction movie project they are working on entitled "Aether"!!


    Aether is a steampunk inspired science fiction film set in a world of flying cities, massive airships, and ghost towns. On the tiny island of Deos, the citizens in the small town of Specter struggle to survive, as the wealthy floating city of Wavelinde looms overhead serving as a constant reminder of oppression. Meanwhile, a storm is building in the savage mines held by the Bruewen. War is coming.


     


    For more info visit:


     


    http://www.weareskyborne.com/

  • 00:16

    32 For 32: San Francisco 49ers

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    In the first edition of the 32 for 32 report by The Rocket Sports Breakdown, we'll be covering the San Francisco 49ers who were, by far, the biggest soap opera in all of the 2014 off-season. That drama carried over into the regular season which many of us had began to hear rumors of tension between the organization & former head coach Jim Harbaugh, who left to become head coach at his alma mater, Michigan University. In 2015, there have been many changes to this team. It started w/ a new head coaching hire in Jim Tomsula, which resulted in many folks scratching their heads & making more bar trips to drown their depressions. A handful of players have either retired, moved on to other teams in free agency, or simply been cut. However, some of their new editions have included linebacker Darnell Dockett, running back Reggie Bush, & wide receiver Torrey Smith, whose former team Baltimore Ravens defeated the 49ers in the Super Bowl just 3 seasons ago. He'll be reunited alongside Anquan Boldin, who was also on that Ravens team before being traded to San Fran. The big question for the Niners is what type of team will they be in 2015? We'll discuss that & their first round draft pick - defensive end Arik Armstead (Oregon) & more on The Rocket Sports Breakdown which airs this Wednesday morning @ 9:30am on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for our first big 32 for 32 power trip.

  • 00:31

    at GODS word exdos 32

    in The Bible

    exdos 32 GODS chosen people in the wilderness

  • 00:22

    Episode 32: Mission

    in Christianity

    Pastor Farag is spearheading the translation of the Bible into sign-language for the peoples of the Middle East and he joins us to share his story.

  • 00:18

    32 For 32: Arizona Cardinals

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    Is it me, or did it seem like for a short while last season, the Arizona Cardinals were going to be the first team in NFL history to play the Super Bowl in their own stadium? Before Carson Palmer went down, I actually felt they had a real legitimate shot. His injury helped changed the entire NFC playoff picture. I also felt that if the Cardinals didn't get a top seed in the NFC playoffs, they would be 1-&-done...& they were. Despite that, I got a ton of mad respect for head coach Bruce Arians. He's been one of my favorite NFL coaches in recent years. The guy didn't have a whole lot to work w/ these past few seasons. Offensively, the Cards were ranked 24th overall last season. They played 4 quarterbacks, & 3 of them started at least 2 games. Despite having wide receivers Larry Fitzgerald, Malcolm Floyd, John Brown, Ted Ginn Jr., running backs Andre Ellington, there seemed to have been some chemistry issues. Obviously, you can blame the quarterback injuries on that but in the end, it does come down to coaching & despite all that, I felt Bruce Arians did a great job & truly deserved the coach of the year honors. The defense also ranked 24th in the league last year & I felt that was a huge problem. They played so strong at the start of the season. Injuries may have played a part in the team's decline down the stretch. When healthy, this team can compete w/ anyone. Hopefully, for their sakes (& for the sake of Bruce Arians), this team can stay healthy & win the NFC West. Can they? That is thee question. Tune in to another team coverage on "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Thursday morning @ 10:30am. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.
     

  • 01:13

    And now for something completely different- episode 32

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    Episode 32 of and now for something completely different- KAB Family enterprises news, Face book updates for Cook's Club, PDS, the Group for the Insane, Can Am League baseball, fantasy baseball, politics, Ebay, Avon, Amay and more.

  • 00:17

    32 For 32: Cleveland Browns

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    You know, I was just watching the documentary on the NFL Network "A Football Life" presenting the 1995 Cleveland Browns team when Bill Belicheck was the head coach. & I wondered what would've happened to this historic franchise or what would this team had accomplished if they never departed to Baltimore in 1996. It kinda makes you wonder if this team may have won a Super Bowl, some division titles, or even a playoff game or two. To this day, Browns fans (old school & new) despise former owner Art Modell to his grave. Since '96, the Baltimore Ravens have won 2 Super Bowls & the Browns have switched head coaches seemingly every year. The quarterback position has been the biggest sting w/ this roster, going back to when the Browns returned to the NFL in 1999, selecting Kentucky gunslinger Tim Couch w/ the #1 overall pick in the draft that same year. Couch has gone on to become a bust along w/ a handful of other quarterbacks including Spergon Wynn, Charlie Frye, Brady Quinn, & Colt McCoy. Now after drafting Johnny Manziel & considering some off the off-the-field problems surrounding him this year, where does the organization go from here? It's not quite time to panic just yet, but the kid's got some issues, & the front office should've saw some of this coming. He has an opportunity to right the ship & learn a thing or two from free agent pickup Josh McCown, but Manziel's gotta get his faculties straight if he expects to take future snaps in the NFL for any team. The Browns can become a playoff team in 2015, & maybe even win the AFC North, but they got a ton of work to do. It all falls on the shoulders of head coach Mike Pettine, whose team showed some promise last year going 7-9. Now if things don't work out w/ this regime, they may have to ask Bernie Kosar to come out of retirement. He still might have an arm at his age.

  • 00:29

    32 For 32: Kansas City Chiefs

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    The Kansas City Chiefs were yet another strange team in 2014, going from 0-2 to 7-3, then laying an egg to Oakland (even though they scored 20 points) & ultimately falling out of the AFC playoff picture. But the big story was safety Eric Berry's health. After that loss to the Raiders, he received an X-ray which revealed a mass in his chest believed to be lymphoma. He was placed on the non-football illness list, ending his season. A month later, Berry was confirmed to have Hodgskin's lymphoma. He has begun treatment & many of us are wishing him a strong recovery. My prayers have been & will be w/ him during this time. The Chiefs have made some moves during the off-season, bringing in free agents such as wide receiver Jeremy Maclin (reuniting w/ Jason Avant from Philadelphia) & safety Tyvon Branch. The pressure continues to be on head coach Andy Reid. He's been expected to make a Super Bowl run w/ this team & that hasn't happened. & he has yet to win a Super Bowl, pinning him on the list of one of the greatest coaches in league history to not accomplish the feat. Some fans have started to lost patience. Something's gotta give, right? I hope for the sake of Reid that this team finally turns to corner in 2015. It's been a long time coming since the franchise's last Super Bowl triumph (Super Bowl III), but Arrowhead remains one of the toughest places to play of opponents & as long as you have great fans supporting your team, you'll always have a shot to accomplish wins, divison titles, & maybe even a Lombardi trophy. This team still has work to do, but it looks like they're heading in the right direction. How far can & will they go? We'll discuss that as well as Eric Berry in our next installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Friday evening @ 6:30pm on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.

  • 00:21

    32 For 32: San Diego Chargers

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    One of the strangest teams we saw last season was the San Diego Chargers. They had one of the weirdest seasons I can recall in recent years, & one of the weirdest in franchise history. They were 5-1 before everything came crashing down, including the kitchen sink. After losing Week 1, they won 5 straight, then lost in the final minutes to division rival Kansas City, then another loss to another division rival Denver, then an embarrassing 37-0 beatdown at the hands of Miami. At that point, you would've thought the bye week couldn't had come at a better time. So then they return to action winning 3 straight (all 3 were very close games, including a dramatic finish in Baltimore), but lose at home to a New England team in they had the momentum against in the first half. Then another loss to Denver nearly pushed them off the cliff for a playoff spot. But if you thought the Baltimore win was impressive, what they did in San Francisco will go down in the history books. All they had to do was beat Kansas City & they had a shot for a wildcard spot. Well that didn't happen, & during the off-season rumors began to spread about the possibility of quarterback Phillip Rivers reuniting w/ former offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt (now Titans head coach) in Tennessee. Well, that didn't happen either & w/ tight end Antonio Gates's, time iomments about the "window closing", time is ticking on the Chargers. This team from 2004 to 2009 was the most talented team in football. Those years are so long gone that I have no idea was this team will look like in 2015. But do the duo of Rivers & Gates have enough in them to make one more run in the playoffs? We'll discuss it in another in installment of "The Rocket Sports Breakdown" Thursday morning @ 10:30am. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.

  • 00:25

    32 For 32: Buffalo Bills

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    For the Buffalo Bills, it was a season in which they finally eclipsed a winning season since exactly a decade ago. They won 9 games but had some issues down the stretch. It started with the quarterback situation as it seemed EJ Manuel just wasn't & hasn't been getting the job done as the organization had hoped for. He's still on the roster, but it looks like he'll be a dogfight for the starter spot maybe for the rest of his career. Also, a tough road loss in Oakland pretty much dimmed their chances at a playoff spot for the first time since losing the Music City Miracle game against Tennessee back in 1999. The franchise hasn't been right ever since. They've struggled to find a productive consistent passer, the offensive line has been a mess, & a coaching change has been made. In comes Rex Ryan, who has taken the Jets to back-to-back AFC Championship games (both losses) after the abrupt & bitter departure of Doug Marrone. The biggest news for this team during the offseason was the unexpected trade for running back Lesean McCoy which left many in the city of Philadelphia still stratching the back of their heads & not just the top. With the additions of him alongside troubled players Richie Incognito & Percy Harvin, what type of Bills team should many of us expect to see in 2015? Are they finally ready to challenge the Patriots? Catch another edition of The Rocket Sports Breakdown at a special time - this Sunday morning @ 9:30am on Blog Talk Radio. Rocket Nation, get ready for a power trip.