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  • 01:01

    NY Giants Round Table - Draft Recap

    in Sports

    Check out the Offseason discussion of the NY Football Giants with the Bleed Blue Show platform with hosts and stakeholders to have open dialogue with this season in review, off season moves to be had and ways to improve the team from the fan perspective. This episode will touch on the NFL Draft results for the NY Giants.  Off season personnel moves, changes in schemes, free agency, draft, roster adjustments, and transactions as a whole - what are you expecting as a NY Giants fans between now and the regular season.  There will be a lot of offseason discussion to be had and can be found right here on the Giants Round Table.  Tune into the BleedBlueShow.  

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  • 00:09

    National Preparedness Day with FEMA director

    in Lifestyle

    Life Lessons features FEMA Deputy Administrator Tim Manning OR


    Director of the National Weather Service Dr. Louis Uccellini OR


    FEMA Director of Individual & Community Preparedness Division Gwen Camp


     


    April 30 is National PrepareAthon! Day, a day where individuals, communities, businesses, schools and houses of worship around the country hold preparedness discussions, conduct drills and take easy steps to prepare for local hazards.


     


    Despite the devastation that hurricanes, tornadoes, wildfires, and other natural disasters have caused in recent years, nearly 60 percent of surveyed Americans have not participated in a preparedness drill or exercise at their workplace, school or home in the past year.


     


    America’s PrepareAthon!? is a grassroots campaign for action to get families, organizations and whole communities better prepared for emergencies. The campaign offers easy-to-use preparedness guides, checklists and resources to know how to prepare for common natural hazards and to take action, including downloading alerts and warnings, holding a drill or safeguarding critical documents. For more information, visit ready.gov/prepare.


    ~ The America’s PrepareAthon! Campaign: Why emergency preparedness is so important and where to find resources


    ~ Practicing Preparedness: The actions organizations and families can take to be prepared for a disaster


    ~ Your Community: Learn what’s happening in your area

  • 00:46

    Talking Sports w/the 12th Man

    in Sports

    General Sports Talk with your hosts Robert Ford, Jaquan Jenkins & Andre Peterson.


    Topics to include:


    1. NBA Playoffs
    2. Can Cleveland win title without Kevin Love?
    3. NFL Draft
    4. Peyton Manning - "I don't see next season as a farewell tour".
    5. Vikings GM Spielman: "We have no interest in trading Adrian Peterson".
    6.  Will the Tennessee Volunteers compete for SEC Titles again in Football
    7. Big 12 plans to scrap co champs label that hurt TCU and Baylor last year.
     

  • 01:01

    Podcast Series: Big Blue United - In Reese We Trust

    in Sports

    This Bleed Blue Show episode of the Podcast Series will discuss NY Giants football with Big Blue United - In Reese We Trust (@BigBlueUnited).  The details of what the NY Giants are going to do with BPA with their available draft picks, the transactions that have been made between the end of the regular season to the start of the 2015 NFL Draft.  What are we to expect this weekend with the draft and expecations heading into the 2015 season?    

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  • 01:01

    AFC West draft preview; Are the Bronco's and Manning still the favorite?

    in Sports

    In this episode of The Red Light Sports Ramble, presented by The Red Light Sports Network, Evan Witalison and Troy Otradovec will preview the AFC West.  The Broncos failed to make a repeat visit to the Super Bowl.  Therefore, a coaching change was made, and Manning decided to give it one more go.  What holes do the Bronco's need to fill, in order to make it back to the Super Bowl?  Will the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers be more than runner ups. How can the Chargers and Chiefs battle for a Division title?  Will the Oakland Raiders make any noise?  Listen in or call the show with your thoughts.

  • 01:01

    NY Giants Round Table - NFL Draft

    in Sports

    Check out the Offseason discussion of the NY Football Giants with the Bleed Blue Show platform with hosts and stakeholders to have open dialogue with this season in review, off season moves to be had and ways to improve the team from the fan perspective. This episode will touch on the upcoming NFL Draft and earlier released schedule.  Off season personnel moves, changes in schemes, free agency, draft, roster adjustments, and transactions as a whole - what are you expecting as a NY Giants fans between now and the regular season.  There will be a lot of offseason discussion to be had and can be found right here on the Giants Round Table.  Tune into the BleedBlueShow.  

    BleedBlueShow.com

    Twitter: @BleedBlueShow


    Instagram: @BleedBlueShow

  • 00:30

    Boston Sports Beat: Celtics' Last Playoff Hopes

    in Sports

    Analysts Jesse Mayfield-Sheehan and Zander Manning discuss whether or not the Celtics can turn things around against the Cavaliers and much more on this episode of the Boston Sports Beat.

  • 00:39

    Characterizing Jameis Winston's character

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    Mind of Mansion Podcast - Depth Perspective Episode 118: is anyone capable of judging another person's character?


    Accurately measuring a person's character is an impossible task and would require a privacy violation to even attempt. 


    "Injury prone" and "character risk" are two prime examples of the generic, all-encompassing sports labeling system. 


    Why talking about players in a fantasy football context is different than a real life context. 


    Not factoring character concerns into a prospect evaluation could actually be a competitive advantage for an NFL team.


    Site affiliation: PlayerProfiler.com

  • 02:00

    WHEN ARE TERRORISTS, NOT TERRORISTS

    in Politics

    We focus on drone technology, looking at the relationship between language and law. A range of speakers explain how the framing of the War On Terror has served the US military's purposes, and note that the US keeps details of its pretexts for state sponsored assassinations by drone as vague as possible. Plausible deniability is only needed if people are in a position where their actions are subject to informed questions. The core of this week's show is made up with a set of speeches from a 2015 meeting about the use of drone warfare, introduced by Bruce Gagnon and augmented by SAS whistleblower, Ben Griffin and a few classic words of Chris Hedges on how war affects its participants.
    Credits: Thanks to Wilton Vought of Other Voices, Other Choices for uploading the audio from the Interfaith Conference On Drone Warfare to http://www.radio4all.net
    Notes: We begin with a call by Bruce Gagnon in October 2014 to repurpose the US arms production capacity. After a musical break, we hear the start of Chris Hedges classic speech (from episode 227), followed by SAS whistleblower, Ben Griffin, commenting on the infamous Collateral Murder video leaked by Chelsea Manning.


    Music: In Search of Enemies by Clan Dyken

  • 00:44

    Intercepting Jameis Winston

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    Mind of Mansion Podcast Episode 117: Matt Kelley @fantasy_mansion believes Marcus Mariota is more similar to Dennis Dixon than Russell Wilson.


    Marcus Mariota's archetype is the Cam Newton/RG3/Kaepernick/Dennis Dixon/Johnny Manziel: running quarterbacks who predominantly ran spread or package concepts. 


    Mariota is tantalizing, but he's a highly nebulus prospect, a known unknown. 


    Ultimate Marcus Mariota frankencomp: head/brain and personality of Russell Wilson, arm of Alex Smith, the body of Dennis Dixon, and the legs of Colin Kaepernick.


    Jameis Winston's 18 interceptions in 2014 represents the singular stat that confirms all preconceived notions and negative bias about Jameis Winston.


    What does a JaMarcus Russell comp actually mean?


    Jay Cutler's 68.3 QBR compared to Jameis Winston's 89.4 QBR is the difference between collegiate mediocrity and collegiate excellence.


    Jamies Winston's propensity to throw it to linebackers in the flat is inexplicable and real problem. 


    College interception totals do not necessarily translate into NFL interceptions.


    According to Benjamin Allbright's proprietary Upside Meter, Jameis Winston has the least room to grow of any quarterback in this draft class. 


    Jameis Winston's 18 interceptions during his sophomore season do not encapsulate his ability, but they do remove Peyton Manning from his prospective range of outcomes.


    Advanced metrics, prospect evaluations, and fantasy football information were provided by PlayerProfiler.com.

  • 01:06

    Lion of Vienna Suite LOVPod 7

    in Soccer

    This weeks sees the first and last Episode 7 of the Lion of Vienna podcast. Hosted by Mr. Chris Manning, he's joined by Lee, Dan and occasionally by Dan's dog, as they discuss the big stories surrounding Bolton Wanderers in the past week. The boys discussed the drab 1-1 draw with Charlton Athletic, Barry Bannan and Neil Danns' naughty  late night antics, a slightly better result with the hard fought point away at Brentford and then they take to the listeners' opinions in the Twitter question of the week. Don't miss it!