The best of Nate's Take Season 2! A two hour show with some of the best segments from season two of Nate's Take with Nate Rossetti
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.
Nate opens the Super Bowl special by telling listeners why he believes win or lose, Tom Brady is the greatest of all-time. In the second segment, Nate welcomes Brian McDougall to talk about the big game. He also uses the show to announce the Super Steamy Streamy award winners and he tells listeners about his donation to the New Hampshire Food Bank. During the broadcast, he discusses the Super Bowl and he breaks down his thoughts on what the outcome may be and how it could get there. He makes his Super Bowl prediction and closes the show with a special Card of the Day segment.
Nate opens the show by telling listeners that in life there are facts and then there are alternative facts. He says Mike Tomlin gave us alternative facts when he said the Pittsburgh Steelers had moved on from the Antonio Brown facebook live video and he diverts from sports into politics and tells listeners that we should be concerned about the current state of the country. He says all great empires fall and points to where we are now as how it starts. Nate says that you can't go life giving second chances to people who continually fail you. In the second segment, he gives his post-season recap and reviews his post-season picks. He closes the show with the mail bag.
Nate says poor decisions in life cost you and he says Antonio Brown's decision to facebook live himself in the locker room following Pittsburgh's divisional round win will have the same effect on the Steeelers in the AFC title game as the Odell Beckham Jr situation had on the Giants in their Wildcard game. In the second segment, Nate gives you divisional round results and his Conference Championship picks. Find out who Nate thinks is going to Houston! He closes the show with the mailbag.
Nate opens the show by congratulating Clemson on winning the CFP National Championship. In his first segment, he talks about how Odell Beckham Jr and his receiving core were in fact a distraction to the team and he says ultimately that's what cost the Giants the game against Green Bay. Nate says Odell put more pressure on himself after his first drop and he says that every decision we make effects our future. Nate says Giants fans should blame Ben McAdoo. In the second segment, Nate recaps his wildcard picks and gives listeners his divisional round picks. He closes the show with new mailbag questions!
Nate opens the New Year by telling how special the New England Patriots organization really is. He says in every industry he's ever worked there's been a limited number of really good people and the good people keep the overwhelming number of slackers afloat. He attributes that to America today and says we may never see an organization like the Patriots again. In the second segment, he tells you where he was right and where he was wrong on the 2016 N?FL season followed by his Wildcard picks in the third.
Nate begins the final show before the new year by saying Jeff Fisher never really had a future in LA. Nate insists that Fisher was brought in to be a transitioner not a coach. He points to the fact that in his career he's been able to successfully move an operation but not motivate a football team. Nate says, sometimes in life, things just happen and you either roll with it or you don't. He says Fisher never saw the signs but we did. In the second segment, Nate makes his week fifteen NFL picks before closing out the show with the final card of the day of 2016 in the third.
Nate gives you his take on Tom Brady reaching 201 wins and he tells you why he believes Tom is the greatest quarterback of all-time despite the certain elements of controversy that surround his career. He also explains the real reason people dislike Tom Brady and he says it doesn't have a whole lot to do with deflategate or spygate. He points to the fact that Tom is a winner and he uses examples of other teams and players that win to make his case. In the second segment, Nate continues to push Dak and he gives you his week fourteen NFL picks before closing the show out with a special Card of the Day.
Nate spends the first segment telling listeners about how every football player has a story and he compares Tom Brady's story to Dak Prescott's story. Nate says that a potential Cowboys vs Patriots Super Bowl would have the feel of the St. Louis vs New England 2001 Super Bowl but with reversed roles. He calls Dak the 2016 Tom Brady. In the second segment, he says "The Game" was sloppy and he gives you his week thirteen NFL picks. He closes the show with Card of the Day.