Nate talks about different sports teams, players, and coaches who have used an unexpected motivational lift to move them forward. He says in life we all get that motivational lift from time to time. In the second segment of the show he talks about why Rex Ryan isn't a great head coach and he says he's not elite, shouldn't be in the same category as Belichick, and he says his biggest problem is the bulletin board material he gives to other teams. He closes the show with a NFL rookie Card of the Day.
Nate admits he was wrong and he says that he wasn't the only one. Outside of the fans in Philly nobody saw what's happening with the Eagles coming. He also says that what they're doing is what he always preaches on the show. He says they're taking risks and from the way it appears those risks are working out. He explains that it's a major reason why the NFL is great. During the second segment of the show, Nate gives his week four NFL picks and he closes the show with another Card of the Day.
Nate compares the Cleveland Browns to a girl who can't always get what she wants and he says they're a complete mess. He also tells you how to find success through listening to the people around you and your gut. In the second segment he tells you another way to find success and it may surprise you. He closes the show out with the Card of the Day segment.
Nate says life is about making things happen and he says New England is going to find a way against Houston. He says there's a reason Garoppolo was a second rounder and Brissett a third. He encourages listeners to find ways in their own lives to make things happen. In the second segment, he continues talking about making things happen by talking about Tim Tebow. Nate says Tebow isn't selfish contrary to what the national media is saying. He also says Tebow is being an example by taking risks to make things happen. He closes the show out with Card of the Day.
Nate explains why taking risks is sometimes a risk in itself but that the Minnesota Vikings took a risk on Sam Bradford and it's paying off. He also says sometimes in life you have to pay a little more to enjoy the time that you have and the Vikings are enjoying the time they have. He briefly talks about Jimmy Garoppolo and he gives his week three NFL picks. He closes the show out with a high valued Card of the Day segment.
Nate is at Gillette Stadium for the Patriots opener against the Dolphins. He'll talk Patriots in the first segment and he'll reiterate the fact that he believes Jimmy Garoppolo is a future franchise quarterback. He also says he's glad the Tom Brady banner is down and he says not to think for a second that Bill Belichick didn't have anything to do with it. In this second segment of the show he makes his week two NFL picks and he closes the show out in the third segment with a special Patriots Card of the Day segment.
Nate says Jimmy Garoppolo is a future franchise quarterback and he says he'll be a starter as early as next season for a team other than the Patriots. He talks about how success at the top will help quarterbacks like Jimmy Garoppolo succeed. In the second segment he talks about taking risks and he says that he's a big fan of Sandy Alderson for taking a risk on Tim Tebow. He closes the show with the Card of the Day.
Nate doesn't like the Tom Brady mural at Gillette Stadium and he says it's sending the wrong message. He believes people in New England should focus more on Jimmy Garoppolo. He also talks about how New England needs to start planning for the future. In the second segment he talks about how Dallas is planning for the future and how Tony Romo could be out the door. He closes the show out with the Card of the Day segment.
Nate says life is about making choices and he references Chip Kelly and other coaches in pro football. He says it's important to go with your gut. He also discusses overtime in the NFL and tells you why he believes the NFL won't change the rules even though it would be so easy to do. He closes the show out with the mail bag.