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Kash Patel: The Endemic at the Top Level of the FBI

The Dan Bongino Show

01:51 min | 3 weeks ago

Kash Patel: The Endemic at the Top Level of the FBI

"But it's clear now that this is not a case of just isolated incidents it's a systemic problem I mean cash you're just some of the names Jim Comey Andrew mccabe Bill price step Jim Bakker Lisa page Peter strokes the even soma Joe pianka Kevin Klein Smith Brian autumn Tim Tebow I mean the list goes on By the way those are just I'm sure of me and you sat here with Devin for an hour we could name 30 more I mean you know it's true You and I know I can just go to my book and the index right now But that's just off the top of my head This is not a rotten apple This is an Orchard problem Now this is an endemic at the top levels of the FBI because they thought that Donald Trump should never be president So they did everything they could to gin up false prosecutions from Russia gate and to the mishandling of the Hunter Biden laptop issue which you've covered extensively And now then Jan 6 and nobody's even talking about Jan 6th anymore And now we're on Mar-a-Lago and now we're on the verge of defeating this whole fake notion that Donald Trump's been on mishandle classified information And they're going to go come up with something else And I still think I'm right They're going to try to attack Trump's allies that were around during the situation and try to prosecute them to get the narrative out there somehow dirty enough Trump enough So he doesn't run again And I don't think it's going to work But you're right The list goes on and on And I just highlight the people's the former agents that are now commentating on TV Mccabe struck page precept all these guys who were fired as a direct result of my investigation that I led with Devin Nunez their bias is on blast in the hypocrisy of the fake news is on blast for allowing these people to do what come in and say Donald Trump's going down Capital is getting arrested I'm what charges These people used to work with facts in law and now they just work in dirty politics It's disgusting

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:36 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"And I've got some exciting news. Some people missed it. Okay, so I'm going to say both of these things, I'm going to say them now. Okay. Because I think I already said them today, but I think people missed it. And these are both big opportunities. The first one, if you are listening to this program today, you'll be hearing my interview or already heard my interview with Tim Eaton. Not Tim Tebow, no, no, no, no. That was the other hour. We're talking about Tim Eaton, that's our two today. Tim Eaton is the head of nutrimetics, okay? Nutrimetics is an amazing organization. If you if you buy any kind of stuff, whether it's melatonin or maybe stevia or maybe stuff to help you sleep like vodka and just kidding. Stuff to help you sleep like melatonin or all kinds of if you care about your immune system, you take vitamin D every day as you should. You take vitamin C every day as you should, you take zinc every day as you should, you take magnesium every day so you should you take a number of things every day as you do all this stuff, but why wouldn't you get it from nutrimetics? So that's why I want you to know that we partner with nutrimetics because they're the best of the best and beyond that beyond their quality and their ethics as a company. They give 50% of all profits. From all this stuff that you could buy, they give it to fund third world missions. Now folks, think about this. Neutral medics this week only only this week is offering 25% off, everything on their website, new traumatic dot com if you use the code Eric. So if you want to try this stuff, this is the week to do it. I'm just telling you this is the week to do it. We get all our stuff from nutrimetics. They're amazing, but you have to go to nutrimetics dot com this week and use the code Eric if you want the 25%. That's a really big chunk. 25% off, okay? So don't forget this week only. I should also say, we've only got about a week left. We're doing speaking of doing the best of the best. We partner with food for the poor every year, giving has been dramatically down because I think everybody's been focused on the Ukraine. So there are kids in Central America that are starving, food for the poor helps them. And if you've given up to this point, you're helping those kids and they need your help. But right now we have gotten food for the poor to partner with an organization that is specifically helping with emergency relief in the Ukraine. So we want to ask you, if you haven't participated in the campaign, please folks. We just have days left. We are way behind, they need your help. And this has been a crazy month, but please just go to our website and metaxas talk dot com, not my website, Eric metaxas dot com. That's where you go for all kinds of other stuff. You can get your cigarettes there, whatever you want. Eric metaxas dot com. But when you go to metaxas talk dot com, you'll see the banner help Ukraine. And I just want to say there's also a phone number. But I got to be honest, we need your help. We really need your help. This is an amazing organization. We partner with them every year and we're just way behind. So if there's anything that you can do today,.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:38 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Dot com. If you change your mind you can be on the street trying to take a chance on me. If you need me let me know I'm gonna be. Hey there folks. My guest today is Tim Tebow, many of you know who he is and you know his story. Some of you don't and that's why it's just a joy to have you Tim because your faith is real and you've lived out your faith in a way that I think fundamentally is important for people to see. It's one of the reasons I've admired you since you've been in public life because people in culture. They need to see people living out their faith publicly and they go, oh, that's what it looks like. That's interesting. And that guy seems normal seems like a nice guy. He seems successful. Maybe he has something to say. You've been you've been hitting that hard since you've been in college. You have a book out. I want to ask you about the book. Mission possible, go create a life that counts. So what are some of the things that someone can do? They say, I want my life to count. We just said a minute ago, you need a relationship with God. Number one, that's the key. But what do you say? Well, it's fantastic point. Number one, I want people to know that God loves them and God wants to be in relationship with them. He wants to have a personal intimate real relationship with them. And not only does he want you to have a relationship with him. He also has good works for you to do. We learned that in ephesians two ten. For we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand for us to walk in. So before we ever born, in Christ Jesus, God has hit in his workmanship. And also that workmanship is the word poem, which could also be translated masterpiece. So we understand that, is in Christ Jesus. We are a masterpiece and God has good works for us to do. So I want people to walk in confidence that, you know what, in Christ, Jesus, they're a masterpiece in God's eyes, and they're a good works for them to do. So I want people to have confidence, but I also want people to know that they have a mission. You see when you know that God loves you and has good works for you to do, you know that you have a mention that you have purpose. And I will encourage people not just in the macro level because I think we all have the same mission and that's the love the lord your God with our heart soul minor strength and love your neighbor as ourselves. But I think in the micro, we all have unique missions. Your mission is different than mine, Eric, and we all have unique missions. You know, might happen when I met a boy with his feet on backwards in the jungles of the Philippines. He was born with his feet on backwards and because of that, he was viewed as cursed less than insignificant. He was a throwaway to his village. And I knew that day that God put it on my heart, he's not a throwaway to God, and he better not be a throwaway to me. And I knew that day that sports wasn't the most important thing anymore. Now what I was supposed to do was fight for boys and girls like him all around the world. And I knew that was a micro purpose and micro mission for me in my life and we're still doing that in 73 countries all over the world fight for people that can't fight for themselves. You know, and I want to encourage people and so people come up to me and they say, hey, Timmy how do you know what my, how can I know what my purpose, what my mission will my calling is and I'll say, first of all, I don't necessarily know, but I will say open to the need to a problem to a hurting person to an injustice to something that right and has your heart ever been pricked to want to do something about it. To want to be able to meet the need, help the person. If so, that's probably God saying, hey, Stefan and meet that need. Step in and do something. And you know what I think when we actually step in and we start doing stuff and we helping and we're a part of ministry somehow some way I think God uses that to also direct us so many times that our next journey I've seen so many people that have stepped into something and then they realized the next steps that God has for him and you know God can do anything but he doesn't usually always direct someone who all they're doing is sitting there watching Netflix, you know, he can do whatever he wants, but you know what? I don't hear a lot of testimonies of man how much smoking weed when watching Netflix. Is that better? I got to tell you, when you say this stuff, it's kind of funny because it's so true, there are people. I mean, we have to be honest. You know and I know. And the greatest minds in the world have known, we are created for meaning. Your life is supposed to have meaning God created us to long to have lives of meaning and purpose. So the title of your book is mission possible to be on a mission. Everybody longs for that, whether you know it consciously or don't. And that's really the message of your book. Victor frankl, you've probably heard of him. He talks about this, that we are all longing for meaning in life. And there are people just kind of drifting through. You mentioned watching Netflix. And they don't know what they're looking for. And I want to be clear to say folks, you're looking for your mission. God has a mission. For you. And you may not reveal it all at once, but you know, Tim, when you shared when I heard you speak the other night in D.C. about meeting this kid with his feet on backwards and how it just ripped out your heart and made you realize God wants you to do something. And you've been faithful to that. And you know that it gives you joy. It's not like hard, miserable work. It gives you joy to do this. And people are looking for joy, but this is how you find it. Yeah, absolutely. And I want to encourage people. Yes, it brings you joy, but it doesn't mean that it is, it's easy. It's hard. It's hard work. It's going to be frustrating, disappointing, but when you know you're living out your mission and you're calling in your purpose, there's joy even in the midst of sorrow. There's joy even in the much of frustration. There's joy even in the midst of pain. You know, that's what we talk about is that there is purpose. Even in the resistance, that there's purpose in the present that you, it might not be where you want to go, but even before you get to that place, you can have purpose in your life. You can have purpose in your 9 to 5 in your job in your occupation, purpose isn't about one day, you can have purpose with every breath we have means we have a chance for purpose. My guest has been Tim Tebow Tim, thank.

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Making Your Life Count With 'Mission Possible' Author Tim Tebow

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 6 months ago

Making Your Life Count With 'Mission Possible' Author Tim Tebow

"My guest today is Tim Tebow, many of you know who he is and you know his story. Some of you don't and that's why it's just a joy to have you Tim because your faith is real and you've lived out your faith in a way that I think fundamentally is important for people to see. It's one of the reasons I've admired you since you've been in public life because people in culture. They need to see people living out their faith publicly and they go, oh, that's what it looks like. That's interesting. And that guy seems normal seems like a nice guy. He seems successful. Maybe he has something to say. You've been you've been hitting that hard since you've been in college. You have a book out. I want to ask you about the book. Mission possible, go create a life that counts. So what are some of the things that someone can do? They say, I want my life to count. We just said a minute ago, you need a relationship with God. Number one, that's the key. But what do you say? Well, it's fantastic point. Number one, I want people to know that God loves them and God wants to be in relationship with them. He wants to have a personal intimate real relationship with them. And not only does he want you to have a relationship with him. He also has good works for you to do. We learned that in ephesians two ten. For we are his workmanship created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand for us to walk in. So before we ever born, in Christ Jesus, God has hit in his workmanship. And also that workmanship is the word poem, which could also be translated masterpiece. So we understand that, is in Christ Jesus. We are a masterpiece and God has good works for us to do. So I want people to walk in confidence that, you know what, in Christ, Jesus, they're a masterpiece in God's eyes, and they're a good works for them to do. So I want people to have confidence, but I also want people to know that they have a mission. You see when you know that God loves you and has good works for you to do, you know that you have a mention that you have purpose. And I will encourage people not just in the macro level because I think we all have the same mission and that's the love the lord your God with our heart soul minor strength and love your neighbor as ourselves. But I think in the micro, we all have unique

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Tim Tebow Tells Us About His New Book 'Mission Possible'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:28 min | 6 months ago

Tim Tebow Tells Us About His New Book 'Mission Possible'

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:40 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"I heard you speak to him recently. I mean, I've met you a number of times and I know your story. But recently I was at the march for life in D.C., and the night before there was an event. And you were the speaker because they couldn't afford me. So they had to go down a tear. And you were the speaker. And I've never heard you do your thing before. And you're famous for all kinds of things for being a sophomore winning the Heisman Trophy and for athletics, but it really was wonderful to hear you speak. But I thought to myself, before we get into the subject of your book, I know there are folks in my audience that do not know your story. So could you tell us the nutshell version of how you came into this world? Yeah, absolutely. So my dad in 1986 was getting ready to preach in a remote village in the Philippines and just started to a week for all the babies that were being aborted around the world. And he asked Scott, he already had four kids and asked Scott if you would give them another kid and started actually praying for me by name for a boy named Timothy and went back home and told my mom, hey, gotta put it on my heart to have tried to have another child and she was like, well, it got inputted on my heart and she started praying about it and then a few days later she felt convicted and so they started trying not long after my mom was pregnant and actually at first they didn't even think I was the baby that thought it was a tumor and so truly my first nickname was Timmy the tumor. So I had that going for me. Is that your siblings? They crushed me. But it's a tough one. Yeah, but then. You know, they found out what's the baby, the doctors told my parents, you need to have an abortion or will cost you your life and your baby's life and my mom said, you know, we're going to trust God. Let me just so people are clear. This is in the mid 80s. Your parents are missionaries in the Philippines. They have four kids and you said, God put it on your father's heart. You know, because a lot of people don't believe God speaks today. God put it on your father's heart in prayer. That they were to have another kid, and he felt that this is going to be a boy, and he's going to be named Timothy. So God impresses this on your father. And your mother gets pregnant. What happened during the pregnancy? Because you shared this when I heard you speak in D.C. the other day. But what happened that made the doctors in the Philippines say that she absolutely must abort this child? Well, there were so many different kinds of. Me not being able to get nutrients of the placenta not being attached and they didn't even know actually how bad it was until she was giving birth, but there were so many other amoeba dysentery and so many other things that were going on with my mom and me and the womb at the time. And a lot of complications, but actually a doctor had been doing it for 35 years when my mom gave birth, he said to my mom, this is the greatest miracle I've ever seen because I have no idea how your baby survived. I don't understand it, and your baby is a miracle. And you know, I think, you know, I still get so emotional when I think about it to this day because the only reason I'm here is because my mom gave me a

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Tim Tebow Shares His Miraculous Story

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:40 min | 6 months ago

Tim Tebow Shares His Miraculous Story

"I heard you speak to him recently. I mean, I've met you a number of times and I know your story. But recently I was at the march for life in D.C., and the night before there was an event. And you were the speaker because they couldn't afford me. So they had to go down a tear. And you were the speaker. And I've never heard you do your thing before. And you're famous for all kinds of things for being a sophomore winning the Heisman Trophy and for athletics, but it really was wonderful to hear you speak. But I thought to myself, before we get into the subject of your book, I know there are folks in my audience that do not know your story. So could you tell us the nutshell version of how you came into this world? Yeah, absolutely. So my dad in 1986 was getting ready to preach in a remote village in the Philippines and just started to a week for all the babies that were being aborted around the world. And he asked Scott, he already had four kids and asked Scott if you would give them another kid and started actually praying for me by name for a boy named Timothy and went back home and told my mom, hey, gotta put it on my heart to have tried to have another child and she was like, well, it got inputted on my heart and she started praying about it and then a few days later she felt convicted and so they started trying not long after my mom was pregnant and actually at first they didn't even think I was the baby that thought it was a tumor and so truly my first nickname was Timmy the tumor. So I had that going for me. Is that your siblings? They crushed me. But it's a tough one. Yeah, but then. You know, they found out what's the baby, the doctors told my parents, you need to have an abortion or will cost you your life and your baby's life and my mom said, you know, we're going to trust God. Let me just so people are clear. This is in the mid 80s. Your parents are missionaries in the Philippines. They have four kids and you said, God put it on your father's heart. You know, because a lot of people don't believe God speaks today. God put it on your father's heart in prayer. That they were to have another kid, and he felt that this is going to be a boy, and he's going to be named Timothy. So God impresses this on your father. And your mother gets pregnant. What happened during the pregnancy? Because you shared this when I heard you speak in D.C. the other day. But what happened that made the doctors in the Philippines say that she absolutely must abort this child? Well, there were so many different kinds of. Me not being able to get nutrients of the placenta not being attached and they didn't even know actually how bad it was until she was giving birth, but there were so many other amoeba dysentery and so many other things that were going on with my mom and me and the womb at the time. And a lot of complications, but actually a doctor had been doing it for 35 years when my mom gave birth, he said to my mom, this is the greatest miracle I've ever seen because I have no idea how your baby survived. I don't understand it, and your baby is a miracle. And you know, I think, you know, I still get so emotional when I think about it to this day because the only reason I'm here is because my mom gave me a

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:52 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"We need your help. Thank you. Rock the baby hey there folks, Eric metaxas here with a message for anyone struggling with pain, like I struggled with for years. Of course, I want you to know about relief factor, the 100% drug free supplement that tens of thousands are now taking every day. Obviously, I'm taking it every day because I like being out of pain. If I forget to take it for like a week, I go on vacation, the pain comes back. So, you know, at first, yes, I was skeptical, but I kept hearing about all the people that were no longer in pain Friends of mine. So I decided to give it a try. In fact, here's one of the stories I heard. I've been in Blackpink since my early 20s now I'm 51 in my early 20s. I worked for the state prison. I got injured. And I was off work for about a year. I'm now trying to engineer basically sit all day long. My wife making me take relief factor literally changed my life. I don't feel like I'm 20 again, but my back does. That's relief factor dot com relief factor dot com or call 805 108 three 8 four. Hey folks, if you could make money off of abortion or pornography, would you do it? I hope the answer is no. But I want to tell you, Robert Nestlé, the founder of inspire insight dot com, he was the president of his local pro life pregnancy center. When he discovered that he owned investments in three companies manufacturing abortion drugs, well, God helped him to see that he was making money from abortion pornography LGBT activism and the list goes on. And that's why he created inspire insight dot com, inspire insight dot com, gives you instant access to biblical values data on over 23,000 stocks mutual funds and ETFs. So you can invest to the glory of God. You need to go to inspire insight dot com today and screen your four-o-one-ks IRAs and other investment accounts. I did and I was shocked. Now I'm able to clean out the junk and invest in companies actually doing good things go to inspire insight dot com today and register for free. That's inspire insight dot com, go there. Hey there, folks. As I warned you, we've got we've got some good guests today. The first one is Tim Tebow. Many of you know who he is, many of you know his story, but tons of you, I know, because I know my audience, you don't know Tim Tebow's story. He has a brand new book out called mission possible, go create a life that counts. And he is my guest. Tim Tebow, welcome. How you doing? You're breaking up a little bit there. You guys catching that? Yes, we are. All right, sorry. Well, I heard you speak to him recently. I mean, I've met you a number of times and I know your story. But recently I was at the march for life in D.C., and the night before there was an event. And you were the speaker because they couldn't afford me. So they had to go down a tear. And you were the speaker. And I've never heard you do your thing before. And you're famous for all kinds of things for being a sophomore winning the Heisman Trophy and for athletics, but it really was wonderful to hear you speak. But I thought to myself, before we get into the subject of your book, I know there are folks in my audience that do not know your story. So could you tell us the nutshell version of how you came into this world?.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

06:07 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Was speaking in an interpreter at the BBC, explains what she's saying. Why don't we play that clip, please? We have been in a basement for 11 days. We've been counting every one of them. We're cooking at a fire. For now, we have some food and some firewood in a week, we will have nothing, no food at all. What should we do? It's unbelievable stuff. Folks, I just want to ask you, please go to my taxes talk dot com and help it's a small thing for us. I mean, when we give money, these organizations take it along way they will rush emergency relief. That's why food for the poor has done this. So as we were saying, food for the poor has been helping starving kids in this hemisphere, and that's what we've been doing all month. But in response to the situation, they have shifted. So we want you to please, as this month draws to a close, we're way behind, let's focus on the Ukraine. So go to metaxas talk dot com. Actually, the president and CEO Ed rain says that the food crisis that's going on in the Ukraine, which is of course an emergency, but it will be going on for a long time. I think we also have a clip from Ed reign. We're also made aware that there will be no planting or harvest in 2022 in the Ukraine. And some of you may know that Ukraine is the quote unquote breadbasket of Europe. Meaning they provide an extraordinary quantity of crops that not only feed the Ukraine, but I used an exported to many countries. And indeed, the World Food Program uses a lot of the surplus grain to provide aid around the world. So this is a problem that isn't just about those in the immediate area around the Ukraine. This will have worldwide consequences. And for a long period of time. It's an unbelievable situation. I could talk about this for days, but we've got other things to talk about. But I just have to say, I hope that those of you in this radio audience will step up and help. We really need your help, folks. Food for the poor can't do what it does without you. That's why they come to us every year and we do this campaign. The two things that I might add, do it now before you forget, number one, and any amount is helpful. We are also at the end of the month, we're going to pull out of a hat, a virtual hat, three grand prize winners, and you'll get Eric's books, you'll get my children's books, you'll get these things signed. We'll get hats and bats and three grand prize grand prizes will be sent. We just want to do it as a thank you for everybody who gives anything. And we'll be put in the hat, so to speak, and we will draw them out. Generic, of course, for $10,000, people can have dinner with you. I mean, I do this just because I think what can I contribute? My time has gotten just ridiculously busy. I don't have free evenings. I just don't. But I thought, you know, for these organizations that are doing so much, what can I do? So if somebody wants as a birthday gift or whatever it is that they want to give, if somebody can give a gift of $10,000 to food for the poor, I'd be delighted to spend an evening with you, your family, your Friends, whatever it is, you would set it up in a mutually convenient location. I travel a lot or we would do it in New York, but if there's anybody that can give $10,000 tax deductible to by going to metaxas talk dot com, click on the banner to help the folks in the Ukraine, I would be really honored to meet you and to spend the evening with you. We've done this a number of times before. And I love meeting these folks that care enough to give in the way that there's a phone number to 8 four four 8 6 three hope. 8 four four 8 6 three hope. 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope. Again, we want everyone to participate. It doesn't matter what you give folks. I just want to tell you again that this is not, we all can give different amounts. There are people that can give large gifts. There are some people that can give smaller gifts but we can all give something. And when you think about how blessed we are in this country, even when things are tough in this country, we have food. So we want to encourage you to give 8 four four 8 6 three hope 8 four four 8 6 three hope. I want to remind folks we've got Tim Tebow. We've got Tim Eaton. We've got two tims today. How did I not pick up on that? So I don't know which Tim is coming up in this hour, but it's either Tim Tebow or Tim Eaton, both are more than worth listening to. And I should remind you as well that if you go to Eric metaxas dot com, you can sign up for my newsletter. Once or twice a week, we sent out a newsletter. And I want to tell you there are so many things that we can not share with you on this radio program. It's just impossible. But we can do that by we can do it by email. So please, would you go to Eric metaxas dot com, sign up for the email, sign your friends up, we really just want to we want to get videos of what we do to you, tremendous interviews with interesting people. Obviously, I'll be talking to Tim Tebow today. But we want to get you the videos of these things. It's a lot of fun. And there's extra stuff on there that I can't talk about. I can't talk about it. I'm telling you, I can't. What do you want? You want blood from a stone? I can't tell you this letter, folks. This dot com architects their comic text dot com. Have I mentioned your text dot com and don't forget my taxes talk dot com because.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:23 min | 6 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Hey there folks, it's Wednesday, Alvin, it's Wednesday. Wednesday even, love it. When you come off daylight savings time, it's Wednesday. Still is? It's still Wednesday. Well, since it's Wednesday, that means that today I'm talking to Tim Tebow. Oh, I love that. And it's going to be on the show. It's not just me talking to Tim Tebow. It's on the show. It's a public conversation. And he has a new book out called mission possible. And that's a typo. It's supposed to be Mission Impossible. I guess he doesn't know that. I'm gonna have to correct him on that. Actually, we have today, both hours today, one hour with Tim Tebow, and the other hour we're talking to my new friend Tim Eaton of nutrimetics. Now, these people are just, they're geniuses with pharmaceutical stuff with vitamins or whatever. And they are now a sponsor of the show. And I should say this week only it's 25% off if you use the code Eric at nutrimetics dot com. But I want people to know more about nutrimetics because we all spend money most of us spend money on some kind of vitamins or whatever we should be taking vitamin D vitamin C zinc, magnets. There's all kinds of stuff we should be taking every day, stevia, melatonin, and I want people to understand who new tremendous is and why we partner with them. So I'm going to have a conversation today in one hour I'm talking to Tebow and the other hour I'm talking to Tim Eaton of nutra medics and again this week only 25% off if you use the code Eric neutronics dot com. Actually, I should a couple of things I should say before we get to our guest here. A couple days going announced that food for the poor are now partnering with another international relief organization called feed my starving children, which has many years of experience delivering food water and emergency relief to Ukraine and Eastern Europe. We need your help folks are giving this month this year for food for the poor is way down and we surmise that it was because people are focused on the Ukraine. So food for the poor responded to that by partnering with this group feed my starving children that helps folks in the Ukraine. So now when you go to metaxas talk dot com and we need your help if you haven't yet participated, please go to metaxas talk dot com. Click on the help Ukraine button, which you see at the top of the page metaxas talk dot com. I'm not Eric metaxas dot com, but metaxas talk dot com and you click on the help Ukraine button metaxas talk dot com. Now I have to say when we see these images on TV, the whole thing seems abstract. But there are real people there and we're hoping that you'll go to metaxas talk dot com to help them. We have a mother in the Ukraine.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:22 min | 9 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Our gridiron guest took me a while to get to that. You know how many times have you been the gridiron guest this fall? Do you get something from Johnson vote for being that guy every week? No, they give it to you. I missed it. Tim Tebow was just in case you were wondering, he is the great iron guest. It's good to see you again. We haven't seen you since Atlanta, so much has happened since then, really a lot of talk. I know it was a player. Rice winning the Heisman. He did that. Let's start there. Since you've seen Bryce, you saw Bryce up there and obviously got to hang out. You got to watch another member of the family join. What was that like seeing him? It was a really special, but I think what really stands out, Paul, is I'm not sure that I've seen the winner of the Heisman B is poised as Bryce was calm, cool collected, very much like he was in the last minute of that auburn game. And it's just so real. It's been so instilled in him. I believe from his dad at such a young age, is this mental toughness this doesn't matter what happens to me. I can still get through it mentality. And it's special. I really think it's obviously we know he's got an incredible skill set and he's got a great arm and he's very accurate and he's very athletic. But I think maybe his best quality is that kind of calm before the storm, no matter what is coming against me, I can handle it. That's pretty special. You were always calm on the sidelines. I don't know if I was ever come. But that's who you were, though. In his case, I don't know if it's a California cool. I really don't know, but it is remarkable. It probably didn't hurt that he was the overwhelming favorite. You know what it's like when you're not a 100% sure if you're going to win or not. Yeah. And I think that he knew, but at the same time, man, there's a lot of bright lights. And a really awesome place. And there's a lot of people interviewing you and for him to just continue to be the same and all of that. It is really remarkable and special. So let's start with the Cincinnati game because it's one of those weird games where fans were already thinking about the next game. Coaches are trying to yeah, I don't get into their head. As a player on the Alabama side, let's start there, because you know you're supposed to win, but you also have to respect Cincinnati. You better respect Cincinnati. Are you more talented or you probably better team? Yes. But Cincinnati has played this year under a lot of pressure. They got a lot of hype in the off season. They've gone through highs and lows this year, even though they haven't lost the game. They've been talked so much about. They play very fundamentally sound. They've been in a lot of close games and found ways and spurts to be able to pull ahead, late in games or in the third quarter of games. And I think this is a team that is well coached. I think they really believe that their style of play offense defense special teams are really a holistic approach that they're good enough to win this game. And I think they're going to play with extreme passion, but also a calm of we have to we can't win it on the first play. I think their mentality is, hey, we're going to slowly chip away and the words that we hear from their coaching staff and their team is toughness and grind. Toughness and grind. And I think that's really what they're going to kind of hang their hat on. Besides fundamentals is, hey, we're going to be tough and we're going to fight for 60 minutes and we're going to embrace the grind of the highs and lows of the game. And you know what? We think that's enough. And I think that's really going to be their mentality. So if you're out there watching you're thinking, okay, well, that's good. But how does Cincinnati win this game? So I'll put it to you. I think Cincinnati wins this game if they can create explosive plays on offense like they've done all year. They've kind of been, I don't want to say average, but just a good offense at times and then all of a sudden they hit, explosive play explosive play and put a dagger on somebody. And I think that's really their MO on offense. And I think they're going to give a lot of looks. A lot of shifts, a lot of motions, get too tight ends involved and try to give Alabama the defense. A lot of different looks. And I think defensively, they hang their hat on being in the right place all the time. I just went through last night, their last four games. There's less than a handful of times that they had a player out of position. I mean, we watch bowl games and I'll see in a drive 5 players out of position. And they just are very fundamentally sound and then with the hanging their hat on is because they're in the right place all the time, they get a tip and a pick. They get force a fumble, and I don't think when you compare athlete to athlete, that there is gifted. But I think they might be as confident, which is a big statement because they believe so much in their scheme and the holistic together and that they just think something is going to go their way. We talked a little bit about their offense and they have the quarterback that everybody is so impressed with. The defense though is what they make their money on. Maybe not the right word for college football. But talk about what Bryce young will face, especially in the secondary. Yeah, they have two.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:30 min | 9 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"And when I asked him what those are, number one, he said, is getting pressure on the quarterback. They were not able to get to Bryce young. They were not able to sack the quarterback. This is a team that is averaging almost three and a half sacks per game. Pressuring the quarterback is what they do. So their ability to pressure Michigan's quarterback is going to be Paramount. And he says, that's where we've got to fix things. We have got to win our one on one battles. Those are a couple of the brutal truths that have to get fixed against the wolverines. Holly always thanks for making time. I know it's a busy time down there in Miami. We're inside AT&T Stadium. So yes, I am jealous and I envy you, but thanks for coming on anyway. Yeah, I'm going to go walk on the beach right now. I just want to rub it in completely. So enjoy guys, enjoy. Thank you. If there is any constellation in the really, we're happy to be in Arlington. It is 75° outside, although we're inside. We will take a break. We have a lot to do, including a conversation with Tim Tebow and many others as we get you ready for the huge games tomorrow. We'll recap some of what has already happened today. And it is quite a scene here at AT&T Stadium. There is no place quite like Jerry's dome and we are coming right back. You are listening to the Paul finebaum show podcast. Hello, everybody, and welcome back to fans, ville, a college football utopia. Fans feel..

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:40 min | 11 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"The pride passion and pageantry of college football lives here. This is the qualifying bomb show hour two podcast. We are live in east Tennessee, the foot of the Smoky Mountains on a gorgeous mid November Friday football weekend homecoming. In Knoxville and the homecoming opponent, well, the number one team in the country. And welcome back. Great to have all of you here. We have been all over the place later in this hour. We'll talk to Mike. Griffith and Tim Tebow, but right now we head to auburn where Chris button joins us a big game down there between mississip and the Tiger's Chris, thanks so much. Always enjoy our conversations on Friday. So you have two teams who are coming off of a painful losses. What are you hearing from the players and the coaches about how they get it back together again for the early kick tomorrow? Yeah, well for Mississippi state, it's just been a pile up of close losses. I think the biggest thing is for auburn is how do you start to regain that traction in the offense and for bone mix he needs to find some leadership. He needs to find some confidence on the sidelines. And that's one of the things we talked about with cotar today was, listen, when it's three three, it's okay. 50 years ago in the SEC, it was okay to be three, three, three in a ball game. And don't let that attitude display to the rest of the team that you're disappointed that the past game isn't working right now. So I think it's all of a combination of that and trying to put that together this week against Mississippi state. Chris, there were a lot of takeaways from states loss, but the one that garnered the most attention was what Mike leach said about the kicking game. Has that been has that changed at all? Is there a new kicker? What is the situation? Is that a new kicker this week, but there could be next week, what you're talking about is that he basically said there would be an open competition on the campus for a new kicker. They have found 40 candidates. And they will audition them next week. He would not say who's going to start and who is going to kick tomorrow. He's going to wait and see how free game warmups are going. But he was not joking. It sounds like there will be a real audition, whether he pulled kids out of calculus class or econ, but there will have found 40 people that will audition for a job next week during practice. I don't doubt that he's going to do that, but I'm just throwing this up in the air. What are the odds of randomly finding a better kicker than he already has? Well, you're in a place right now in Knoxville where I spent 6 years and I covered a game there where they had to pull a kicker off the fraternity couch because they were down that night. And he went on to win the game for Tennessee. So you never know. Yeah, I wonder what happened to that fraternity team, though. They must have missed him. What's he got eligibility on the SEC? Let me close by asking by capturing something you said a minute ago about bone nicks because he has been so many different bone mixes this year is good though, bad bow. What happened last week other than facing a really good defense? Yeah, I think it's still learning though is the one that I talked to this week. For him, you can't let the lack of explosive plays kind of derail the rest of the game. They played a really good defense. And you can't let that, you know, have an impact on the rest of the team. Have an impact on the running game. And for him, what he told me was we just needed that one spark play to get things going. And co chairs was like, well, you don't need a spark play. You just have to have confidence that you're the guy that's going to get your team out of this. And he told us that it's okay to be disappointed, but you're not allowed to show that. The coaches are allowed to show that they're disappointed. You have to be the guy in the huddle that says, okay, we're gonna go run down the field and we're gonna put this in. Because it wasn't incredible difference if they saw last week. And they shouldn't have been turned off by that or disappointed in that. You have to have belief that in the fourth quarter, you saw the ability to win the game. So these trying to instill the confidence in the kids still. Chris button, down on the plane. Thank you very, very much, Chris, always appreciate you joining us..

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:09 min | 11 months ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How did you know they're going to get a reaction? I don't know. But I'm curious, I'm curious about that because I don't think your career ever took you out here for a game. But you played in enough difficult places. Explain to those of us who sit around with our feet up eating popcorn during the game. What that 12th man means there are different names for it in other stadiums and Tiger stadium or auburn or wherever you play, but how difficult is that when you're the quarterback of the other team? Well, there's so many little nuances in the game that change. One of them just being the cadence. You go from being able to use a vocal cadence to being able to use silence, which just slows down some of your motions and some of your changes. It changes your ability to communicate, maybe change the play at the line of scrim with your offensive line communicate with your receivers. And if it's not just quite clear and practice and prepared, then you might have a few false starts. You might not be on the same page. There's been several games this year where the away team, you know, they're quarterbacks looking at the receiver saying, oh, it's because they couldn't communicate. And then you have the penalties from that. And I think probably the biggest thing is the momentum. You know what a and M did so special here a few weeks ago is they built a momentum behind them and that 12th man it's helped to propel them in the finishing moments of the game. That wasn't the same team that played Arkansas. It wasn't the same team that played Mississippi state. It was a different. It was a different team. And you know, I think you could even see Zach calzadas confidence. Change within the game. And, you know, when you have a crowd, when you have support, it really does change the way you can prepare. And that's why if you're the opposing team, that's where mental toughness comes into play. It's one of the things that Nick Saban has been so good at for so long is building mental toughness in his players that I can't fully block out all the noise, but I can do it just enough to focus on my job. As the game goes on and you're having to adjust. Is there a mental wear and tear to the quarterback from first quarter to fourth quarter when you're really you're fighting the crowd the entire game. You are. I think there's a there can be a mental fatigue. I think for some of the really good ones, I think they're just locked in. And they're not flinching. They're not paying attention to the noise around. You got better. I love the opposing fans. I love the hate. I almost like I almost like, yeah, I want it louder. That's why in LSU, I would always go to them and come on, you know? Cheer louder. But it was also, you know, like think about LSU. We would get off the bus and they would pour beer all over you. You would walk in and you'd have three generations of family members standing side by side, every single one of them saying something I can't repeat to you, you know? And that's two hours before the game. And you hear it throughout the pregame and then into the game and then by the end of the game and for me, I was I didn't want to shy away from it. I went to embrace it, you know? And I think that's one of the fun things about the SEC. It doesn't matter what stadium you go to is sort of I guess sort of excluding Vanderbilt. That is going to be pretty crazy. Whatever stadium you go to. Before you wrap up, I want to ask you about the rankings because there was so much reaction this week Cincinnati go home, little guy has no chance, all these things that almost were predictable, but I haven't had a chance to get your reaction to especially Cincinnati. Yeah. I didn't really mind them too much. I mean, what's the better solution? You know, I hear people complain, but I don't want to be a complainer. I want to be someone that brings a solution or a better option. And so I hear a lot of people complaining, but okay, then what's the right top ten? You know, where should Cincinnati be? And I also think it's really hard based on the definitions that we're working with. I think that's something that college football should really think about is coming up with clear definitions of exactly what you're looking for because this committee is a little bit different. You could tell they really made head to head, a big deal. Other committees haven't done that. So it changes and that's a little unique. It's kind of hard to understand, right? And so are you going to weigh a schedule or are you going to weigh a record? Which one's more important? We've seen that change year to year. And so obviously, there weighing the eye test more than just a record. So they're saying Alabama, even though you have a loss, we're still going to view you because of the eye test as the number two team. And Cincinnati, even though you're undefeated, the eye test, you know, we're putting you at 6. And so I think it's really interesting, but I would love to see college football even define it just a little bit more. Tim Tebow, joining us, he is announced he's running for mayor of a College Station and Brian after some of the comments here. I think you might win. I don't know about that. There are places you're more unpopular than you're in the league. That's terrorizing stadiums. Tim Tebow, thank you very much. Joining us. And we will take a break..

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Sustain those drives in a big game and then on the other side. There's a lot of question marks for an offense. Yes i know. They got some really good skill players in their backs. Their offense allies now what they were last year their quarterback that is not what kalamata was last year and so they gotta figure some things out. There's a lot of question marks in this game. And that's why i'm excited to see it. You know who's going to be able to fill those gaps targeted tim. Tebow here for a coupla. We'll circle back to where we began because these folks here continue to believe in in the south carolina gamecocks. Let's let's talk about doty for a second. Because he he was heard early on. We didn't see we haven't seen as much of him as a fans. Hope what do you see when you watch him play. I think someone that has a better deep ball than a lot of the experts gave credit for. I think he throws out well thinking miss a couple last week but i do think he throws it pretty well. I think he's very athletic. But i i want to see him when it's his team when it's his opportunity when he gets to play four quarters and big time. Sec football how do you handle that pressure. How do you handle that hype. I think he's he's got all the gifts. I think he has all the abilities that takes to be a successful. Sec quarterback now it's do you have the mindset. Can you handle the pressure. Can you handle the crowd. Can you handle your home. Crowds opposing crowds the big moments in. And i think that is the biggest question mark for him. I'm excited to see him. Because i think he brings something different to this offense than anybody. They've had in a long time. And i think he's got a little bit of stephen garcia and him a little bit. Connor shaw him you know. Stephen garcia was hype but connor. Shaw wasn't that high. But all connor shaw did was freaking out there and win over and over and over again and and that's why i to me whatever the ranked in high school i don't care you know. I played with five stars and i play with no stars. And it's what can you do now. Have you developed. And so when i look at him i see someone that can do. All of that now and the bright lights will he. Tim tebow giving folks reason to believe. And i'm very well. Thank you very much. Tim always enjoy seeing protocol. Tim tebow joining us. We have a long way to. We're we are the ness. Are you doing okay okay. We're coming right back. Steve wows the crowd. Hi this is meena. Times host of the meantime show featuring lenny every week. We discussed the latest news and trends in around the nfl. we're joined by analysts like former. Nfl cornerback dominique foxworth for fat for insider fantasy expert We discussed the latest news and trends in around the nfl. we're joined by analysts like former. Nfl cornerback dominique foxworth for fat for insider fantasy expert field. Yates and espn radio's mike. Golic genucel also run if you like xs knows analytics and probably too much dog talk. Money is the give it a. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"La rapper nipsy hustle. I'm just intensely senior reporter for the undefeated in this episode series. I explored the shared experiences of life as a black man in america with nipsy brotherhood of nba players. Life is a marathon. You gotta keep it going hustle motivate at that like the ethos of being an elite athlete. I don't know what is this is the kings crenshaw listen now on amazon music or wherever you get your podcast backed by the way paul okay. We're back we're just talking to some folks here. I'm getting out of the way so we can welcome our next guest into and that is We're live in columbia south carolina popular guy in columbia. They they always. They're always thrilled to see tim. Tebow show up at the stadium. I'll tell you always had a lot of really good times here though. Shoot playing football. Even playing baseball here always enjoyed it. This is a great place. I'll tell you a furnace as environments go. I think this is one of the best you know. One of the best space out see sandstorm. I loved it. It was always rockin. And i enjoyed that and you always one were yes. We did somehow took awhile guests. That answer would be right well. Tim let's Let's talk about this game for a second because these fans here they looked people like you. You give a lot of people around the world. Hope give them something to hopeful for. Well i think you know where i would start is i think is what their head coach. Shane beamer i think he's the guy that a lot of people really like and i think he had a really tough job. He had to rebuild a culture. He had to rebuild a locker room. I think yet average best talent. And he's got to recruit and then he's also got to get a buy in from his team and i think one thing that they're doing really well is. They're playing hard. Now they're they've been a little inconsistent at times but i think they've been pretty good and playing complementary football offense defense and special teams. I think one of the keys is being able to get luke. Doty back healthy and be able to use his athleticism. Because i think that could give you a chance in this game especially in the second half. You have an athletic quarterback that can gain first downs with his legs. Because without that. I don't see a great path to victory but with his athleticism kentucky so soft defensively and they really make you earn it. They don't give up the big plays south carolina chance of a lot of big plays against georgia. They missed several against kentucky. You're not going to get as many because scheme they play. So you really got to be very consistent and methodically. Move the ball down the field. We're talking to tim tebow. That's game is tomorrow night. I wanna talk to you about another game tomorrow night. And it used to be the premier game in the sec. Tennessee in florida and before we move ahead We last saw you.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Am mardian mcgee and then at ten the whole crew will be pretty much like right next to where i am here. Sec nation live from the horseshoe at south carolina and are back here in columbia. What a great crowd. They are fired up. Here's somebody told me that They're better than clemson here because they scored more right. May it's amazing the knowledgeable fans you find along the sec. Let's get back to the calls in turner is up next a hello turner. Good afternoon paul. Hey they're good afternoon near good afternoon. How're you doing today. I don't think i could be any better about seventy four degrees on beautiful college campus. And i've really got nothing to do here. But talk your callers. You get you like in colombia. I just called the local real estate office. I think i'm gonna buy a house here. We're about we're driving the aqua six right now data come to your show what you say. We'll must champs houses available. Yeah but i got a serious question for you with all with all the money with all the money that this university paid muslim should give me. The house means shoot lake. Murray's beautiful place. You should check it out. I've heard it's nice. So i'm on my way down there as soon as we get off the air but I just wanted to ask you a question about okay if you were beamer. Shane beamer. Okay the head coach or south carolina. I know what position would you focus on on the recruiting trail for next year. Whoo okay i'm gonna. I'm gonna pose this question to the knowledgeable south carolina fans what what are your biggest needs here in columbia the offensive line. Right okay yeah. From what i see. That's damn answer yeah. Well that's one reason why i lean. Lean heavily on the crowd. Because these are these are fans here. And i'm just i'm just interloper. What do you think i used from. What you've seen. I would agree. I think that's how you build a team. And it looks like the quarterback position here is in decent shape so too much over that all right. Well i like that answer. I thank you for that. Thank you very much for the call. appreciate it. Go cox go cox what annoys around this force. Let's continue now is up next. Hey now are there good afternoon. This is yeah this is neil georgia the In a big fan. I'm a big fan of yours. I've watched it. My brother went to tennessee. The tennessee fan huge georgia van. though what. i'm not understand. The is the importance of the arkansas game and georgia why that is a nin game versus a night game. Seems like you have a lot big audience Like the south carolina georgia game. Let me say this. Remember all the the next week happens to be. This week is not one of the vintage weekends in modernise. Sec history but next week is i'm thinking the games off the top of my head. You have alabama on this at three thirty. I know you have auburn shoe at nine and then that noon game. Interestingly is becoming. I don't like it myself and i know you don't based on your call but it's becoming a more coveted game. You're seeing fox. For example put its best big ten big twelve games at noon. The sec has normally not done this but it is surprisingly good window. Not as good as the night But there is there is less common. There's a little less competition. So you're so you also have you. You only have so many so many availabilities and for some reason next week was one of the one of those weeks where you had the late game. They're only they're only a handful of games at start as late as the auburn. Lsu game so. I don't think there were any other good slots and what other thing. I'm not sure anyone could turn out to be a mistake in the end if arkansas beats am that is going to be maybe the biggest game in the country. Next week it's going to be. It could be bigger than almost in alabama so We'll just have to see how it falls. But don't don't don't think that just because you're playing a noon that means anybody disrespecting you. Thanks for the call appreciate it. We're heading to a break when we come back. We'll start with our guest list here on the set to pretty good one including shane beamer. But coming up next. Tim tebow will join us right here. You're listening to the paul. Finebaum show podcast. Espn college football. Podcast is now five days a week owes curb st david pollack kevin gandhi or back joined this year by matt. Barry paul finebaum booger.

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Urban Meyer: Cutting Tim Tebow was 'right thing' for Jaguars to do

Straight Outta Vegas with RJ Bell

00:18 sec | 1 year ago

Urban Meyer: Cutting Tim Tebow was 'right thing' for Jaguars to do

"Was announced earlier today. Tim tebow former quarterback trying to be a tight end for the jacksonville. Jaguars was released by the team. He had one. He had one game under his belt with the jaguars. It was a preseason game over the weekend. It did not go that well for tim tebow thus he was released earlier today by the

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"tim tebow" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:48 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Monson is from pro football focus and nfl analyst and a pod show a podcast host and you can reach him on twitter at pf. F- underscores sam sam. Welcome to the odd couple of. How are you guys and doing well. How about you doing very very well. I would like to ask you we. Just we just talking about tim. Tebow you saw the viral has put it other data ones. Put it out. Very viral video of tim tebow poorly trying to block. Oh i don't even know what that was sam. Do you expect him to be a part of the cuts by the jaguars tomorrow or is he going to make this team. Because urban meyer says he's gonna make it no matter what. yeah. I mean if he makes the team. It's now for football reasons. You know it's a commercial thing. It's the fact that tim tebow has one of the most crazy zealous in lunatic followings. If any player in the nfl you can think of. But he's clearly not tight end. I mean there's you say you know the viral video with one. There's like three or four different horrendous blocks as well as one crazy video that i tweeted where like somebody steals his target. He's sitting there in the whole waiting for a pass to be delivered. I think pave on austin jumps in front of it grabs the ball and pears off into the distance. Like this was not an encouraging debut. If you're tim tebow fan thinking that he can make it as a tight end do do you think. I don't believe tibo will actually make the team. But i do believe he has a chance to make the practice squad. Nba part of one of the guys. That can be caught up last minute without count against the rosser spot. And that's just what it is. Do you think that's a possibility or from what you've seen. No chance the possibility. I mean he is. He's a decent athlete. He's a big strong guy. He's clearly you know a talented athlete in terms of what he spent the last decade of his career doing and most importantly he has that connection where urban meyer like urban. Meyer wants to see this guy succeed. And it's ten tvos willing to spend his time on the practice squad and all that sort of financial implications of that brings with it just to try and make a football team and make make a career out of this at the the latter stages of his his time what he could do it. I think it's definitely a possibility. I think urban meyer would easily spend the practice squad spot on to make that happen it. Just it's a tough sell for the rest. I think of that locker room at this point now to give the guy active roster spot. No i'll guess monson from pro football focus. He's an nfl analyst and podcast host right here on the couple of fox sports radio. Let's talk about the rookie quarterback we got to see over the weekend. Who impressed you the most and wide. I thought zyppah wilson looks really good. He didn't play that much. We didn't see that many snaps from him compared to some of the other guys but he just made it..

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Shannon Sharp: Kawhi Leonard Will Not Win a Championship for Clippers

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:46 min | 1 year ago

Shannon Sharp: Kawhi Leonard Will Not Win a Championship for Clippers

"We have some big clippers news and even though there's no timetable set for his return we now know will be sticking around in la. Yesterday quiet agreed with the clippers to a four year deal. They player option. That is worth over. One hundred seventy six million according to ward so shannon will. He lead the clippers to championship. During this contrast this up look at it like this. Break it down like this. We do know that there's a likelihood that he's gonna miss some of the season this year. You're going to be some or is it going to be all. He missed fifteen games with thirty. Gave me say you know what guys. I'm gonna make sure totally healthy because this is what we know about learning history. He does not play hurt. So i'm gonna say this year. I'm gonna wash it up. He played on even though. I think there's a fifty fifty chance. He does play but he missed some games. You better hope. He doesn't play this year art. I wanted to play. I wouldn't i wouldn't play. It doesn't matter to me He we don't worry about we. Don't worry about the other squad but anyway so that's one year so he has two years left. Because the fourth option basically skip. That's an insurance policy. In case the need do give out on it. Because we know his history. He's had some issues over the last several years. That's called the time. I was gonna say they don't scale because i don't believe the nets. I don't believe we are walking out. Don't believe the lakers. I don't believe some of these other teams have some of the issues that they have now. When you signed when you have two guys on deals paul george and aqua leonard it becomes very difficult for you to fill out your roster with significant players basically. You're getting guys who mid level exceptions you guys taking the vet minimum.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

02:46 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"The nypd will deploy additional traffic patrol units with a focus on areas with a high rate of pedestrian any cyclist injuries telling drivers to slow down and working closely with the nypd. To hold dangerous. Drivers accountable will save lives and make our city safer said the blasi impress released roads that will be subject to the speed limit. Reduction include woodhaven boulevard franck to rockaway boulevard thirty miles per hour to twenty five miles per hour cross bay boulevard from rockaway believe to the cross bay north boulevard bridge thirty to forty miles per hour to twenty five to thirty five miles per hour van. We service road east to west from a hundred thirty fifth avenue to queens boulevard thirty miles per hour to twenty five miles per hour a story boulevard from one hundred eleven street to eighth street thirty miles per hour to twenty five miles per hour. South can do it. Avenue from Avenue tucson rice highway thirty five miles per hour to thirty miles per hour. North can do it avenue avenue to rice highway thirty five miles per hour to thirty miles per hour. All right Okay take on this half mall take on this has to do with okay now. I do get the idea that you wanna that you want to reduce speeds of of cars but you have kale drivers who don't really care about pedestrians crossing the street like i seen. I seen this a couple of times when i'm crossing the street. Ocuntry country road to get the antoni four. You have crazy. Drivers run the red life when no single care in the world. And you know. That's why i take my child to cross the street because i don't want to be the person to get now as far as queens. I find that. I find it very interesting. That kunis has the highest rate of late Accidents related to rene in cars where.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

02:13 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on Off The Meatrack Chainz New York Podcast

"If you are new to shino and you miss any previous episodes the worry. I got you. You gotta do. Subscribe to the youtube channel. Jimani stacks the five fisher to enable alerts seek along with tapping on the notification bill. You can be reminded a winner. Show goes on the air. Live like comment on episodes. Also don't forget to download. Don't forget to share the show with your friends with your stream plants which i will go over at the show so here we go Also if you like to be a guest whether you are a rapper singer dj Music producer video director radio personality talk as host. Let myself A black owned translator. That has a business. And if you have you need advice on anything from a chain letter that you will like to have read on air all you gotta do is go here of the meat rat change. Ny podcast edgy dot com. That's often meet rat chains and why podcast at gmo dot com now. I'm actually gonna be the one home. The fort unfortunately half macos night here. So so i'm just gonna be person to hold it down so so here we go Let's go to a first segment which is called.

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"tim tebow" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

SportsEpreneur Podcast

05:33 min | 1 year ago

"tim tebow" Discussed on SportsEpreneur Podcast

"Even pass the ball. Do actress fevers are come out and said like he was stereo down that he was throwing the ball when he went through the ball to you and so it's hard to know and like you need to know if the ball coming and so i think it'll be interesting and maybe a really good kinda humbling moment for tibo. Because i'm sure he doesn't think he did anything around in the nfl. I'm sure he just thought oh wasn't for me at the time but i'm curious to see him on the receiving end of the passes to see how exactly his thought process from twenty twelve and prior worked out because yeah watching his tape watching his reels and everything was gave me second hand embarrassment normal and it was shocking that the man ever earned the heisman general or a first run. Nfl draft pick. and so. i'm curious to see if he is better and like what if he would've switched to ten years ago when we know tibo now is we do now or would she still be in the game. Would he be george kittle. Ten years later nobody knows. And so maybe this is a good moment to kind of be and it's also great because it kinda shows how the game is changing. This is a whole new league that ten people have not played and yet like a whole new workout method. Diet plan everything. These guys are huge. Not saying pin can't handle it but they're going to eat him alive out there and it's cool because it's like. Hey maybe you can come out of retirement successful. nfl 'cause that'd be cool nfl as along with the mlb like there's some of the most traditionalist leagues out there. That will not change a single thing but finally we're starting to these little things that are happening that makes us think well maybe innovation is going the right direction and not just for the league itself but for the fans and for the economy. I mean big about the ticket sales in jersey sales and everything. That's going to skyrocket. I mean on that note like the jaguars are obviously one of the main teams that are talking about relocation especially to london. Yup maybe the last ditch effort to say a. Maybe tibo can bring a lot of fancy jacksonville. We can keep them here right. I see it going one of two ways one. I think tim tebow is a very smart guy obviously for him to still be relevant this long without having a successful sports career like in the game of sports. She hasn't been successful so i see him either. One you would hope he figured out how to block and catch and all that because he didn't figure that out with the jets but that won't give them the bennett for the dow. Because i was nine years ago at this point so either. He hired some incredible trainers and figured out how to do. It makes talking tonio gates or someone like that while gronk was down in tampa celebrate. Maybe they're working out together. Who knows so. I would hope he either really worked on his game and knows what he's getting himself into or he gets into train a gab figures out he can't and either takes on another role or just goes back the retirement life where he's creating content it. We talk about a business a lot like creating raving fans. Tim was raving fans. Like we talked about. You'll see many. Many jaguars tim tebow fans if he makes the team regardless of if you're jaguar's fan or not just he. You're a fan of depot. So either he realizes that or he takes a step back. And i'm not even gonna let you make the decision. I'm cutting ties with this. I'm going to go back to what i'm doing or maybe step into a mentor ship roles. So that's where. I see it going but again only time will tell it. Sure is an interesting topic and it really could be nothing. I mean i'm not saying it's nothing but if it weren't tim tebow it really is like just some thirty three year old signing a tight end deal and we'll see if he can make it or not but again the fact that it's m makes it something but it could be as little as hey. This isn't even a topic three months now because he's out and he never made a team and now he's back to what he's doing so there's a good chance of that but the there's a lot to be said all around from the matter of urban. Meyer tim tebow to loyalty. And connections and then also developing talent like at the the day the only way he's gonna no matter who he knows what connections Is gonna stay on. That field is if he's talented as tida no matter how much urban loves him. He's going to pull him off the field if he drops five passes it again. It's run over and lawrence sack three times because it's not like there's always so much you can protect that my god. I wanted it to be trevor lawrence. As night started goddess. Feel makes it. Tim tebow team not going to end. Well that's for sure. Yeah that's it. I mean we'll find out. But the sure is a lot of storylines jacksonville which is it. Typically thing they're usually not talked about they're usually just kinda coast in what the times. So again you bring a guy gerber myra and you give them free rein. He's going to create some that lines. That's what he's doing so we'll see how they all play out anything. You wanna add on this front or you on softball now. I think i said my piece. Oh yeah all right. Well thank you guys and wolf force one updated as we go but maybe not because maybe it won't be a story on three months from now All right thank you. Thank you one of my favorite things about sports. Super noor content platform is the opportunity to chat with amazing people in and around the world of sports. We hope you enjoyed the conversation if you want to connect more hit us up on instagram at sports manure. Thank you for listening to this kesslers. 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Urban Meyer Envisions Utilizing Tim Tebow in Taysom Hill-Like Role

Get Up!

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Urban Meyer Envisions Utilizing Tim Tebow in Taysom Hill-Like Role

"Got tim t we got. We got number one. Pick in the draft playing quarterback. We got a team. That was one in fifteen a year ago. And now we're bringing it in ten tibo to run a taste him hill style package. Chris canty what do you think of that. I don't like it g. I gotta be honest with you. I mean we've seen him he'll be able to do a lot of things in the nfl. You can throw it can catch. We hadn't seen him to be able to do that at a high level at least not enough to warrant him being able to make a return after a six year absence from the sport so i just think it's a long shot in terms of being a contributor on the field with the jacksonville jaguars and if he's not going to be somebody that's a productive player. I don't think it's worth the distraction again. This is another one of those moves. This offseason got a lot of those guys in that. Jacksonville jaguars locker room looking at herbert. Meyer sideways i going out there and trying to sign. I will strength coach. Chris doyle to be your head or strength conditioning. After what happened with his tenure there and now with bringing it over i just. It's a move that reeks of privilege. And it's a move that could undermine the credibility of your head coach moving

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Kansas City Chiefs Have Laid the Foundations for a Great Future

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

01:03 min | 1 year ago

Kansas City Chiefs Have Laid the Foundations for a Great Future

"Tell you the other team. I'm excited about because a complete overhaul. Their allied is at kansas city. Kansas city out was bold and released both of starting tackles from the previous super bowl. Which i think was not popular at the time. But they continue to show that they had a plan and they went out and they were aggressive in free agency You know they got the deal. Done for orlando brown. The added a tiny All of a sudden you got joe. Tony orlando brown at end. They drafted humphries in all of a set. You sign kyle. All of a sudden. Trey smith who many people thought was going to be a first a second round fail to you in the sixth round because of medical. And you start to look at the competition now and there's gonna be a very competitive in rooms with a lot of talent. Their own iram intriguing and the factor with all that talent. All that competition in ally room is that they got one helluva coach. Andy acts that. It has a tremendous track record development. Getting the most out of off its alignment

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Nagy benches Justin Field for Andy Dalton

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

01:19 min | 1 year ago

Nagy benches Justin Field for Andy Dalton

"And another team and their actions. That aren't making a whole lot of sense now. Are the chicago bears and head coach matt nagy because this week matt nagy came out and obviously he's in a win or else win or lose your job type of situation in chicago but nagy came out and essentially committed to andy dalton as a starting quarterback this week which is just bonkers especially when in the nfl draft. You traded a future first round. Pick to go up and take justin fields out of ohio state number eleven overall justin field as your future. Even if matt nagy and gm ryan pace. Aren't there certainly hoping that justin fields shows enough. This year this season not just to save their jobs but to position the bears to go back to the again and maybe win a playoff game and show that there can be some promise with this quarterback in that franchise and i think the justin fields has that ability. I think that when you watch him he can make all the throws. He's won a lot of games at ohio state. He's not your typical state quarterback he committed to penn state transferred to d- committed to penn state rather went to georgia faced a lot of adversity in georgia overcame at ohio state. One big games has all the arm strength. has all the accuracy can throw on. The run is mobile. And you're gonna put him on the bench holding a clipboard behind. Andy dalton

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Is Urban Meyer Taking a Gamble With Tebow?

Stacking The Box, an NFL Podcast

01:04 min | 1 year ago

Is Urban Meyer Taking a Gamble With Tebow?

"The biggest story in the nfl right now. is tim. Tebow and the jacksonville. Jaguars on friday afternoon. The jaguars sign boat to a one year. Nine hundred fifty thousand dollar minimum deal as a tight end. His jersey makes up the top five selling items on the nfl shop dot com store. Now figure that out and to me urban meyer's really running the risk of losing his locker room here because if you talk to people inside the league if you talk to executives and other coaches there's a lot of genuine skepticism over urban meyer becoming. Nfl head coach generally. And there's a sense that it's four more likely that he flames out and never wins a playoff game than it is that he winds up winning a super bowl when this experiment bringing in tim tebow not necessarily even as a quarterback you have trevor lawrence. They're bringing tim tebow into that locker room in two thousand and twenty one and having him sing for his supper is a tight end. There's a belief that meyer runs the chance inside the league of losing his locker room before this season even begins

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Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow to Play Tight End

Ernie Brown

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow to Play Tight End

SEC Distributes $23 Million to Each Member School to Offset COVID-19 Losses

The Paul Finebaum Show

01:39 min | 1 year ago

SEC Distributes $23 Million to Each Member School to Offset COVID-19 Losses

"A statement. Not long afterwards saying i want to thank the jaguars for the opportunity to compete an earned the chance to be part of this team. I know it will be a challenge but it is a challenge i embrace. I am dedicated to taking the direction of our coaching staff and learning from my teammates. I appreciate everyone's support. Is i embark on this new journey. So the story coming out and we will be obviously talking about it this afternoon. We begin with mike dirocco. Who's been covering the story all day and then some for espn. Mike thank you very much. It's great to have you on. And i'm just gonna kick my feet up on the desk and listen to how the day begun in what has happened since then good afternoon. Thanks for having me Yeah i mean we had people on the field for the first time today signed this morning and out there wearing number eighty five and working out at tight end. Obviously this is just the offseason conditioning face to the off program next week. They start organized team activities on monday. That's what we'll kind of the whole team together throwing. Footballs and around getting a chance to see. What the former heisman trophy winner looks like it. Quarter at Tight end whether he's gonna be doing some blocking drills running around a chance to find the tibo tight end could've been well. Let's let's talk about What the club has said. And when will we hear next from urban. Meyer and tim tebow. Well i've been told the tvos probably not going to speak until training camp which would be the end of july At least publicly anyway and

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Tim Tebow Officially Signs Contract With Jacksonville Jaguars

News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Tim Tebow Officially Signs Contract With Jacksonville Jaguars

"Play the Minnesota Lynx Tip office. Five P.m.. Tim Tebow and coach Urban Meyer are together again. The former Florida and Heisman Trophy winning quarterback signed a one year contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars and will attempt to revive his pro career as a tight end. Tebow is returning to the

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Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:05 min | 1 year ago

Why Would Jaguars Sign Tim Tebow?

"We are back final hour. It's been a fun show. We appreciate you being here. A lot of conversation with my Mike smith earlier. We also talked to dennis dodd. Another conversation predictably has been tim. Tebow we've given you a lot of reaction on that in the mike cannon bom from espn former gm jets dolphins. He's been here a couple of times. He had this to say earlier today. On keyshawn jay will and zubin about understanding the signing. I don't like it. I just don't see the upside in this move. He's thirty four years old. He would be a backup. I just don't know of thirty four year old players that can come in and be back place special teams and you're taking away a roster spot from hopefully a young developmental player that could grow with a young nucleus obviously led by trevor lawrence. And to me this is probably through the lens of urban. Meyer saying a decade. And a half ago tim tiba was the most competitive guy i've ever been around and he can help set the culture. If i was in that building what i would be pushing back saying coach. That may be true but in the nfl as you well know. Players needs to be led by players. They believed can take them to where they wanna go and as a backup tight end. I just don't think tim tebow would have that same credibility as he wants dave when he was the starting quarterback in florida. He also questioned whether tibo could even makes a team. I just don't see how he makes the team or urban and he's a really good coach he he's been historically great college but i just don't know he has to earn a spot and he's given a spot. That's gonna cause a big problem because players weren't have a chance to win and again to me just putting on my lens of a general manager and roster construction if you're not a starter in the nfl with only forty six players dressing you have to play special teams so my question. is tim. tibor thirty four years old going to cover cover kicks that remains to be seen. Now if he doesn't earn it does a totally different discussion. But i don't think you could sign him and say hey. He definitely has a spot on this team.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as TE

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:06 min | 1 year ago

Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as TE

"This is austin lane. He's a former. Nfl tight end the host of action. Sports jacks on. Espn radio he was joining. He was joining freddie and fitzsimmons about whether tibo is going to be jacksonville simply for his leadership. The whole narrative that tim tibo coming to jacksonville. Be an urban meyer guy and helping that locker room presence. i think it's baloney. I'm not buying into that narrative because what what guys look for in terms of leadership and guys buy into his guys that have had except you know leaders guys that you can say this guy the baller. I gotta follow him and watch. How does now. I've talked to many times. Tim is a fantastic guy. But i think the whole narrative of you're going to bring him in because he's a great locker room guys all right. Great there's there's tons of great locker got. There's tons of great teammates just like any locker. Rooms made up of all types of people. So i'm not buying that austin lane also talked about. What exactly will tibo be doing assuming. He makes the team the whole narrative. That tim tebow coming to jackson i understand that he knows urban meyer. They have a great relationship. I guess you know. Urban meyer bought a house. experts week. Sent tibo so even if he makes the team. That's going to be great e hollywood. Tv show Urban meyer tim hero next door. It's gonna be fantastic. It's gonna do all the rating. But i do think this. This is urban meyer first year and then i saw and you know he's bringing his guys in. I understand all that. But what earn myers gotta realize. Real quick is that. You can't take anything if tim people is going to make. This team is because tim tebow has earned a spot. There are no you know there is no. I like this guy lot. Let's give him a spot. That doesn't work like that players not locking them. We'll see through that day one so two hundred two things are going to happen either. Tim tebow is not the tight end which we don't think he is and i'll be honest. I'm kind of in that boat or tim. Tebow is a tight end. And he earns his spot and he gets that roster spot and that's it was not good enough during the roster spot. He's not gonna get it. Because of urban meyer gives him that spot. He's gonna lose that locker room in a heartbeat.

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Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as Tight End

Schopp and Bulldog

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Jacksonville Jaguars Expected to Sign Tim Tebow as Tight End

"And football. The big story coming out in the last hour, the Jacksonville Jaguars reportedly planning to sign Tim Tebow as a tight and reuniting him with his college head coach, Urban Meyer that was first reported by NFL network's in Rapid port. And Tom Palace era, The deal could become official in the next week. Tebow last played in an NFL game in 2000 and 12

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Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville

KNBR Tonight

00:36 sec | 1 year ago

Urban Meyer Really Believes Tim Tebow Can Help Jacksonville

"Believes Tim Tebow could make the team Give me one thought on Tim Tebow. Why? I mean, I The only reason that this is happening is because every Mars the head coach of the Jacks with Jaguars in urban Meyer was not to the National Football League. Tim Tebow would not be entertaining anything like this, so if he wants have a chance to play a new position. Play for a man that if he could adopt him, Tebow, he would when it comes to urban Meyer, but that's my one thought. Why Tim Tebow? Why?

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Tim Tebow Retires From Baseball

Inside the Huddle

00:46 sec | 1 year ago

Tim Tebow Retires From Baseball

"Tebow retired from baseball, thus ending the athletic career of one of the greatest mysteries in sports history. Tim Tebow was a historically great college football player. Stunk is an NFL quarterback, and he's stuck is a professional baseball player. And for some reason, usually smart, rational sports. People couldn't reconcile that. It's weird because this happens all the time. There's thousands of great college football cubes that just don't make it to the NFL. But people, not religious ones, to refuse to believe that about Tebow and the assumption when he wanted to play baseball that he'd just be in the majors in two seasons. People just refuse to believe he wasn't very good, even when he had 200 You just couldn't separate it, And it was bizarre. Look, he's a great person, and that should have always just been enough thistles. Damon event DeLara.

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