Nate closes out Season three by giving his thoughts on Super Bowl 52. Nate believes that Tom Brady had one of his best Super Bowls despite the loss and he talks about how bad the New England defense was. In the second segment, he talks about formulas for success and why New England, despite losing Jimmy G, will find a quarterback of the future. He says that Alabama football, UCONN baseketball, and Patriots football all have one thing in common. In the third segment, he closes the show by giving his thoughts on next season.
Nate returns for his annual Super Bowl special and this year he tells you that in America, when you become successful, you become the villain. He talks about how American's grow bored with success. American's want to try new things, over and over again. In the second segment, he announces the 2017 Super Steamy Streamy award winners and tells listeners how much the Nathan's Team program will donate to the Make A Wish Foundation. Nate closes the show by giving listeners his Super Bowl pick.
Nate opens the show by telling people to follow the LEEIB Fantasy Football Final. He then spends the first segment talking about Jimmy Garoppolo and he asks the question on everybody's mind: Why didn't anybody else go for this guy? He explains that Patriot fans shouldn't be upset for not getting more and tells you why winning can sometimes have bad effects on a person or team. In the second segment, he gives his week sixteen NFL picks and he closes the show with a new segment called FSM.
Nate returns from his vacation to talk about the Jimmy Garoppolo trade and he tells listeners that Bill Belichick is sending a message with the move. He also says that Brad Stevens should already be in consideration for Coach of the year. In the second segment, he tells you his week twelve NFL picks and gives you an update on our total donation numbers. In the closing segment, he has a special Card of the Day.
Nate discusses the Isiah Thomas/Kyrie Irving trade and he talks about how individual people have set backs in life but find that families can help overcome those set backs. He says that for Isiah Thomas, going to Cleveland is a set back and he says the same for Boston unless they can prove by mid-season that they're a better team with Kyrie. In the second segment, he talks super fight and he closes the show with a special Card of the Day segment.
Nate opens the show by talking about the possible renaming of Yawkey Way and he tells listeners why he agrees and applauds the decision to do so. He explains to listeners that as the world evolve so do we as people and each generation does their best to right the wrongs of previous generations. He talks about Kevin Durant's decision to not go to the White House and dedicates much of his time talking about his thoughts on Donald Trump.
Nate opens the show by talking about the different paths we take in life and he says similarly teams in the NFL such as New England and Dallas have different paths as well. He says the Patriots have an easy path while Dallas has a path that's never been tougher. In second segment, he comments on a national news story about a former blogger that used to be a consultant to the leeib blog. He talks about how people should be nicer to one another and he encourages listeners to think about the consequences of their thoughts before acting on them. In the final segment, Nate discusses Colin Kaepernick.
Nate returns for season three and he tells listeners why he believes Conor McGregor has a shot to knock out Floyd Mayweather. He says in life we don't all have opportunity come our way but when we do we make the most of it. In the second segment he gives you his 2017 NFL picks and he'll also tell you who he believes will reach Super Bowl 52. In the final segment, he closes the show with Card of the Day.
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Nate spends the first two segments of the show talking about Super Bowl 51. He calls it the greatest game he's ever seen in any sport. He also says that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick cemented their legacy's as best ever. He takes time out to talk about cheating in sports and he compares cheating in football to other sports and he tells you that the Patriots 'cheating' scandals were overblown media firestorms and that Sunday's game should discredit both deflategate and spygate. In the final segment he talks about the Bruins firing of head coach, Claude Julien.