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  • On today's show, Pat reflects on what Kobe Bryant meant to him as the world tries to come to grips with Kobe and his daughter Gianna's death in a tragic helicopter crash on Sunday in Calabasas, California. Pat recounts some of his favorite on court moments from Kobe's career, looks at how his impact transcended basketball and he became a global icon, and looks at the mark Kobe made on current players and coaches careers, as we celebrate the life of one of the greatest basketball players of all-time, who perhaps had his greatest chapter of life ahead of him, and is gone too soon in a day the world will never forget. Later, 2x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, and member of the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame, Brian Westbrook joins the show. Brian chats about the Donovan McNabb/TO beef and gives his thoughts on the whole situation, breaks down what it's like to play in Andy Reid's offense and discusses the complexities within it, and dives into what he expects to see from both the Chiefs and 49ers as we gear up for Super Bowl LIV (53:49-1:05:54). Cherish each moment, and remember which things are most precious in life, because tomorrow is never guaranteed. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat and the boys do a full break down of Zion Williamson’s NBA debut and Pat explains why he doesn’t think Pelicans Head Coach Alvin Gentry handled the situation correctly and why Zion looked so lost at the start of the game, when he looked like the most unstoppable player on the court in the 4th quarter. Pat and the boys also cover whether or not Eli Manning will be inducted in the Hall of Fame once he becomes eligible, and give some key stats to help his claim. Also joining the program is former Defensive Back for the New England Patriots, Carolina Panthers, and Indianapolis Colts, one of the smoothest athletes on the planet, and friend of the show, Darius Butler. Darius and Pat chat about the Super Bowl matchup and Darius explains why he thinks the 49ers defense might be too much for the Chiefs offense to handle, gives his take on the Aaron Hernandez documentary as a guy who knew him for a long time and was also a teammate with him on the Patriots, and chats with Pat about the Antonio Brown situation and how he hopes he will soon get help as more drama continues to surround him. Darius also gives his Super Bowl LIV prediction (30:07-43:45). Pat also gives his thoughts on Donovan McNabb’s recent comments about Terrell Owens being the reason that their Eagles team broke up after the 2005 Super Bowl loss, and Pat reads a statement sent to him by TO regarding the situation. Pat and the guys also go through a few different scenarios in which the Bengals may give up the #1 pick in this years NFL draft. Don’t forget to send your Super Bowl picks in with the hashtag #PatIPredict, and if you’re correct, you’ll be entered in for a chance to win $1,000. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

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  • On today's show, Pat is joined by 2x Super Bowl Champion, former Pittsburgh Steelers great, and friend of the show, Ike Taylor. Ike and Pat discuss the Darrelle Revis/Richard Sherman beef, and Ike breaks down the differences in both of their styles, and gives his thoughts on what made Revis so upset with Sherman. Ike also discusses why he thinks the 49ers may be too much for the Chiefs to handle, he chats about the Chiefs weapons and what San Francisco needs to do to defend them, gives his thoughts on whether or not Joe Burrow will have typical rookie struggles when he enters the league, and gives his prediction for the Super Bowl (9:11-24:25). Also joining the show is Super Bowl Champion, former Heisman finalist, and one of the best backup Quarterbacks in the NFL, Chase Daniel. Chase gives his thoughts on the Bears' season this year and why he thinks things didn't go the way they expected. He also touches on Mitchell Trubisky's struggles and why he thinks he was one of the most important elements in keeping the locker room together when things started to go sour for the Bears. Chase also gives his thoughts on the Super Bowl matchup after having a couple of weeks to watch the Chiefs and 49ers play, and gives his thoughts on the futures of Tom Brady and Drew Brees while considering his own options for his next backup role (26:22-40:11). Pat also gives his thoughts on the NFL Draft being in Las Vegas this year and asks his agent if the different locations for the NFL Draft have been a success, how he thinks the logistics will play out with players being driven by boat to a floating red carpet on the Bellagio fountain. Pat also goes to bat for Jimmy G and for those who are saying he is nothing more than a system Quarterback, and breaks down the bench clearing brawl between Kansas and Kansas State that spilled into the crowd and has resulted in some harsh suspensions for each team thus far. Don't forget to send your Super Bowl predictions in with the hashtag #PatIPredict. If you correctly guess, you'll be entered into  a drawing for a chance to win $1,000. Today's episode is fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat does a deep dive on everything that happened in this weekend's championship games. He breaks down why the Chiefs might be a buzzsaw that cannot be stopped despite the fact that they still shoot themselves in foot from time to time, and why Patrick Mahomes is so damn good. Pat also looks at the 49ers wire to wire domination of the Packers and why they are so special defensively, and why he thinks Jimmy Garappolo is more than capable of making the big plays that it will take to beat the Chiefs in Super Bowl LIV. Joining the show to break down both games and look ahead to the Super Bowl matchup is 2x Super Bowl Champion, former Defensive End/Linebacker for the Patriots, and friend of the show, Rob Ninkovich. Rob chats about his big takeaways from both conference championships, and why he thinks the Super Bowl will be a very tight matchup. He also gushes about both the Chiefs weapons, and the 49ers dominant defense and run game, and gives explains what he thinks the keys will be for both teams to win in Miami. Rob also gives his thoughts on the Darrelle Revis/Richard Sherman Twitter beef (17:52-33:57). Pat also tips his cap to both the Packers and Titans and looks ahead at what each team needs to do in the offseason in order to get back into the positions they put themselves in this year. Pat also gives his thoughts on the Conor McGregor vs. Cowboy Cerrone tilt, and why he wants to see a McGregor vs. Masvidal matchup next, plus Pat gives his take on what it means that Tom Brady was seen talking with Raiders owner Mark Davis and what that means for the other teams in the league interested in Brady. Today's show is chock full of football talk looking back at the weekend that was and looking ahead to Super Bowl LIV. Cherish it, we've only got one game left. Also stick around for your chance to win $1,000 by correctly predicting the Super Bowl Champion with the hashtag #PatIPredict. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys discuss the new Aaron Hernandez documentary on Netflix and try to process all the information that was presented, and find it hard to break down the situation other than finding it to be very sad and tragic amongst other things. Also joining the show is 2x Pro Bowler, 2x All-Pro, member of the 2000's All Decade Team, the man known as the X-Factor and the Human Joystick, former Chiefs great Dante Hall, joins the show. He and Pat discuss this weekend's Conference Championship games and Dante explains why he thinks despite the Titans having the kind of attack that is poised to win in the playoffs, the Chiefs might have too much firepower. Dante also breaks down the NFC Championship game and whether or not the Packers have enough on the offensive side to challenge the 49ers elite defensive and their dominant front 4. Dante also chats about who some of his favorite returners in the league are right now, and what he thinks of the XFL rules that will allow for more explosive plays on punt and kickoff returns (21:04-36:55). Also joining the program is 2x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, recently retired Linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, and friend of the show, Lorenzo Alexander. Lorenzo and Pat chat about his retirement and when he first made the decision to hang up his cleats. Lorenzo also discusses Luke Keuchly's retirement and whether or not he was surprised by the move. They also cover each Conference Championship, and Lorenzo explains why it is so hard to tackle Derrick Henry, and what Aaron Rodgers needs to do to try to exploit San Francisco's explosive front 4. Lorenzo also gives his thoughts on how the Buffalo Bills are poised to make a big step starting next year (39:23-48:04). Also included is the new segment, "Dumb Questions Asked on Sports Shows," with topics including Joe Burrow vs. Tua, Russell Wilson attempting to make a "comeback" next year, and whether or not Patrick Mahomes will be considered a failure if the Chiefs don't win the Super Bowl. Today's show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat reacts to the shocking news of Luke Kuechly's retirement from the Carolina Panthers after 8 seasons as arguably the best linebacker in the game. Pat reflects on some of the thoughts he had when announcing his retirement and looks back on what will undoubtedly be a Hall of Fame career for Kuechly. Pat and the boys also discuss what comes next for Matt Rhule and the Carolina Panthers as they lose Kuechly and hire LSU passing game coordinator Joe Brady, and what that means for their Quarterback situation and if they are now in a position to trade up to try and draft Joe Burrow. Next, Gold Glove winner and current Catcher of the Cincinnati Reds, Tucker Barnhart stops by to discuss the controversy surrounding the cheating scandal that has rocked the Houston Astros, Boston Red Sox, and the rest of the MLB. Tucker explains why he doesn't necessarily like what is happening with the punishments, gives his take on the whole situation, and explains his opinions on the entire situation, as a guy who is intimately involved with giving signs every game (20:33-31:54). Next, 4x Pro Bowler, Grey Cup Champion, and legend of an NFL Quarterback, Jeff Garcia joins Pat and the boys to discuss the NFL Conference Championships. Jeff gives his thoughts on Green Bay vs. San Francisco, and why he thinks the game will be closer than most people think, and what he sees as the keys to the game are for both the Packers and the 49ers. Jeff also dives into the AFC Championship and explains why it is so hard to stop a guy like Patrick Mahomes, but why a team like the Titans might have the perfect formula for doing so (33:33-44:10). Lastly, Super Bowl Champion, Pro Bowler, All Pro, and current Punter for the New Orleans Saints, Thomas Morestead joins the show live from LA. Thomas and Pat discuss where things are currently at with the NFLPA discussions and if he thinks things are moving in the right direction. He gives his thoughts on the state of the Saints after another crushing defeat in the playoffs and whether or not he thinks Drew Brees will return to New Orleans for another season, and what makes him so special. Thomas also reacts to Luke Kuechly's retirement and discusses whether or not he thinks this will become more of a norm moving forward with elite players retiring during what most would consider the prime of their careers. Pat and Thomas also reflect on the PFF Punter of the decade and Pat shares the story about how Thomas taught him how to punt after he got drafted (46:18-59:43). Today's show is a loaded one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys recap everything from a wild and exhilarating Divisional Round weekend in the NFL Playoffs. They discuss Kansas City's miraculous comeback and why it is hard to count them out of any game when Patrick Mahomes starts to get things cooking. They also discuss a few of Bill O'Brien's coaching blunders during the game and decide whether or not he deserves the blame for blowing a 24 point lead on the road. The guys also dive into the Titans vs. Ravens matchup and chat about why they think this Titans team has a team of destiny feel to them, discuss why they haven't offered Derrick Henry a massive contract extension yet, give praise to Ryan Tannehill, who despite mediocre stats, has done everything the Titans have asked of him in order for them to be successful, and chat about why they think Mike Vrabel has been a HUGE difference maker for the Titans. Later, 4x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, and Super Bowl Champion, Josh Sitton joins the show to discuss the Packers' huge win over the Seahawks at Lambeau on Sunday and looks ahead to the Conference Championship against San Francisco. Josh and Pat discuss the Jimmy Graham catch on 3rd down to seal the game for the Packers and how it is inexcusable that the NFL didn't have an additional camera angle to help the refs give an exact spot. Josh also recalls some stories about Aaron Rodgers from their Super Bowl run together, and why he thinks the media bashing Rodgers all year did nothing but add fuel to his fire. Josh and Pat also look ahead to the matchup with the 49ers and discuss what the Packers need to do to be successful against a very dominant, consistent football team (29:25-41:31). Pat also has some thoughts on the Browns deciding to hire Vikings OC Kevin Stefanski as Head Coach and whether or not that was the right decision, when 9ers Defensive Coordinator and other candidate for the Browns HC job, Robert Saleh dominated the coaching matchup between the two on Sunday. Pat also breaks down his thoughts on the Browns' potential GM candidate, and if all of this will equate to success in Cleveland. Lastly, Digs attempts to rework the College Football Playoff to 16 teams in order to maximize the amount of games that people will care about during Bowl Season. Today's a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • Today’s show is highlighted by two incredible interviews. First, Pat welcomes 4x Pro Bowler, 2x All-Pro, former Heisman Trophy winner, NFL Offensive ROY, and Titans/Oilers Ring of Honor member, Eddie George. Pat and Eddie chat about this weekend’s Titans/Ravens game and why he thinks that Mark Ingram is the key to getting the Ravens going, and why he has hope for the Titans with Ingram being hobbled by a calf injury. Eddie also explains why he loved running the football in snow and cold weather, and if he thinks the terrible weather in Baltimore this weekend is going to play a factor. Eddie also talks a little bit about his time in Dallas and whether he thinks the Cowboys will ever be able to be successful again with Jerry being more important than the Head Coach, and Eddie gives his College Football Playoff championship game pick (2:40-19:55). Also joining the program is Super Bowl Champion, 5th pick of the 2006 NFL Draft for the Green Bay Packers, friend of the show, and one of the most hilarious humans on the face of the earth, AJ Hawk. Pat gets the pulse of the Packers from AJ who has had contact with Aaron Rodgers very recently and see’s where his head is at going into this weekend against the Seahawks at Lambeau. AJ breaks down what we should be looking for in that game, and why exactly Rodgers ramps it up during these types of games when everyone in the media is taking shots at him. Pat and AJ also catch up and take a few shots at one another in the process (24:39-39:38). Pat and the boys also react to Mike McCarthy’s first press conference as Head Coach of the Dallas Cowboys and also chat about Matt Rhule being introduced as the newest Head Coach of the Carolina Panthers and whether his coaching style will translate to the NFL. Pat also takes a phone call from someone who has a very interesting take on where Tom Brady may end up. Stick around to learn how you can potentially win $1,000 in another massive giveaway. Today’s show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat and the boys break down the cryptic Instagram post that Tom Brady put up yesterday thanking the fans in New England for all of their support over the last decade. The guys decide whether or not this means that the dynasty is over and that Brady is out of New England and dive into a couple of Brady’s options moving forward that are being reported including potentially landing in powder blue to become the face of the Chargers in LA, pairing with Jon Gruden in Las Vegas for the Raiders with Derek Carr potentially on his way out, or perhaps coming to Indianapolis for a young team with a great line and formidable defense. Also joining the show is 5x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, Carolina Panthers Hall of Honor member, future Hall of Famer and current NFL Network analyst, Steve Smith Sr. He explains why he decided to leave social media, gives his thoughts on Matt Rhule being hired by the Panthers and whether or not he thinks Cam Newton will be apart of his plans moving forward, his thoughts on playing for John Harbaugh in Baltimore and if his hiring up there opened the door for a guy like Joe Judge in New York, as they are both experienced with coaching special teams units. Steve also dives into this weekend’s divisional round matchups in the NFL and explains what he thinks the keys will be and some other interesting nuggets to look into (1:48-19:01). To close out the show, the guys welcome standup comedian, stuntman, and Jackass icon, Steve-O into the studio. They discuss his career and all the different moments that have led him to where he’s at now, including enrolling in clown college, some of the craziest stunts he’s done throughout his career, what his standup shows are like, and he gives some exclusive, never before heard news about the new Jackass movie. Steve-O also opens up about his sobriety, and reflects on what his undoubtedly be a crazy life in an incredibly entertaining and honest conversation (52:57-1:13:00). Today’s episode is good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat and the boys recap everything from a CRAZY NFL Wildcard weekend. In the wake of the Vikings/Saints game, Pat unveils his plan for new NFL overtime rules that set the internet on fire yesterday. They also do a deep dive into the game and chat about why they think the Vikings are going to be a very tough out, and why Kirk Cousins getting the monkey off his back could spell trouble for the rest of the NFC. They also cover the Titans/Pats tilt and discuss whether or not it is in fact the end of the Patriots dynasty with resident Masshole, Boston Connor. Pat also breaks down what he thinks will happen after the season with Brady, will all signs seemingly pointing to him signing with the LA Chargers. They discuss whether the Jadeveon Clowney hit on Carson Wentz was dirty, and whether or not the Seahawks are a team to be feared moving forward, look ahead to the AFC Divisional round matchups, and share some thoughts about Deshaun Watson and Josh Allen. Later, 3x Super Bowl Champion, 2x Pro Bowler, chili connoisseur and friend of the show, Mark Schlereth joins the program. He and Pat discuss the Cowboys culture and whether a coaching change will help fix that, and Pat and Stink dive into all the big moments of this past weekends games and look ahead to some of the key matchups in the games next week (36:17-49:46). Digs also calls into the show to discuss the Jason Garrett drama and the Mike McCarthy hire, and how his earlier predictions of Garrett crying in Jerry Jones’ office may not have been too far off. Today’s show is a loaded one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat and the boys look ahead to this weekend’s Wild Card games and chat about how tough it will be to actually bet against the Patriots despite the Titans looking like a team that could give them some trouble, and revisit the Rose Bowl game and why it has lost some of it’s luster being after the CFB Playoff games. The guys also talk Oregon QB Justin Herbert and whether or not he is going to be a successful Quarterback in the NFL, discuss Tua Tagovailoa’s upcoming decision on whether he will stay in college or make the jump for the NFL and if he has anything left to prove in college or if declaring for the draft would be the wise move. Also joining the show is 10x Pro Bowler, 9x All-Pro, future Hall of Famer, cohost of the ThomaHawk Show podcast and friend of the show, former Cleveland Browns Tackle, Joe Thomas. Joe and Pat discuss the Browns coaching search and what he thinks about the report that Urban Meyer is who Cleveland is eyeing to be the next coach of the Browns, what the issues with the Browns are and if hiring a new coach will solve some of those, what it takes to be a successful coach in the NFL, he throws a surprise name into the coaching search, and gives out his Super Bowl pick (22:49-33:53). Also joining the show is Cowboys beat writer for The Athletic, Jon Machota. He dives into all the Jason Garrett drama in Dallas and why it has been so difficult for Jerry to part ways with Jason Garrett, who he thinks the next coach could potentially be, and whether or not most of the staff will be let go or retained (46:19-51:31). Pat also dives into what he thinks will happen next NFL season in terms of the CBA which involves a 19 week season with 2 byes, and gives a pretty easy solution for dealing with potentially adding international teams. The guys also go through some notable news with Nick to see what’s making waves around the world. It’s the first weekend of the new decade, come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys discuss what they did on New Years Eve, and try to get to the bottom of the people who go to New York and stand in Times Square to see the ball drop live, and discuss whether or not Steve Harvey and Gronk hate each other. Pat also dives into the coaching carousel and starts to have some second thoughts on whether or not Jason Garrett will actually be let go by the Cowboys, after he's survived multiple meetings with Jerry Jones. Joining the show is former 2nd round pick of the New England Patriots, Defensive Back with the Indianapolis Colts, Pat's former teammate, one of the smoothest athletes to ever walk the planet and host of the Everything DB Show, Darius Butler. He and Pat chat about some of the different intricacies of playing defensive back in the NFL, including how infuriating it is when commentator's misidentify who blew a coverage, why certain DB's enjoy wearing certain color gloves, which WR's gave him the most trouble during his 9 year career, and Darius and Pat go through each NFL playoff game this weekend and give their thoughts on who they like and why (22:26-44:13). Also included is some notable news with Nick that covers the US Government banning soldiers from using Tik Tok, fireworks being replaced by drones for celebrations, and a few other news items that are making waves throughout the world. Lastly, the saga of Foxy trying to add some money to the 2020 accountability bank by hitting an NBA 3 during the show, and suffice to say, it did not go as expected. Don't forget that "Pat McAfee: Professional Baseball Player," is now available for free at youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow. If you haven't yet, check out the best comedic sports documentary that has ever been made. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys break down everything that happened in a very wild week 17 of the NFL as the AFC and NFC playoff fields are now set. They discuss whether or not the Patriots loss to the Dolphins spells the eventual demise of their dynasty, and why this Patriots team feels so much different heading into the playoffs than teams of the past. They also cover the Packers being a half yard shy of earning the #1 seed in the NFC, and whether or not they're a team to be reckoned with. Pat also goes down the list of coaching vacancies and gives his thoughts on where certain guys will end up, including his thoughts on Lincoln Riley to the Cowboys, Mike McCarthy to the Browns, Ron Rivera to the Redskins, and why he thinks now might be the time for Matt Rhule to make the jump to the NFL. Later, 3x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, NFL record holder for most scrimmage yards in a season (2,509), friend of the show and former Titans and Cardinals running back, CJ2K, Chris Johnson joins Pat and the guys to preview this weekend's Titans/Patriots matchup. Chris gives his thoughts on Derrick Henry, and why he thinks this Titans team has been so successful this year. Chris also breaks down the importance of running back's getting touches early in a game in order to get into a flow before the start of the 4th quarter, why he thinks this Titans team is long overdue to beat the Patriots, whether he thinks their dynasty is done, and why you can never count out Tom Brady (39:10-52:07). Also included is Pat's reaction to being named PFF's punter of the decade, and the guys all react to the College Football Playoff semifinal games, and look ahead to Trevor Lawrence vs. Joe Burrow in the National Championship. Today's show is a good one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys are joined by former Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns Head Coach, Hue Jackson. Hue chats about why it is so difficult to win in Cleveland and what he thinks it comes back to. He also gives his thoughts on Freddie Kitchens and whether or not he thinks he has what it takes to be a successful Head Coach in the NFL, breaks down the Colin Kaepernick workout situation in Atlanta which Hue was supposed to lead, discusses what his next coaching stop might be and looks at a couple of situations that he might be interested in, and chats about his time on Hard Knocks and his interesting take on the whole experience (21:28-41:32). Next, former Head Coach of the Memphis Tigers and newly christened HC of the Florida State Seminoles, Mike Norvell calls into the show. He chats about his philosophy for landing recruits and how that job starts immediately upon being hired, how leaving Memphis was one of the toughest decisions he's ever made in his life, why he thinks he'll be successful at Florida State despite the ACC being Clemson's playground for the last several years, and what his involvement will be in the Seminoles bowl game (42:43-59:03). Also included is Pat's takes on all the Saturday NFL games this week (despite not being able to watch them as he'll be a field analyst for the Boca Raton Bowl), and how each and every game has playoff implications. They break down whether or not the Bucs should give Jameis a huge extension, if he would be willing to take a paycut, why this might be the week that the Bills finally take down the Patriots in Foxborough, and how the 49ers and Rams both still have plenty to play for. Pat also reacts to the announcement that Johnny Knoxville is back in the saddle for another Jackass movie that will be released in March of 2021. Today's show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today's show, Pat and the boys go through the Pro Bowl selections and give their thoughts on all the snubs, who made it that maybe shouldn't have, and whether or not players seriously care if they're selected to a Pro Bowl. Pat also breaks down the difference between Pro Bowlers and All-Pro's, and why he thinks after a certain point, most players will see through the facade and realize that for the most part, it's a bunch of malarkey. Later, Heisman Trophy finalist, #2 pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, and friend of the show, Ryan Leaf calls in. He explains how he tried to help out Josh Gordon, but he wasn't in the mindset at the time to actually open up to help. Ryan explains his current situation and chats about the moment where he actually started to realize he needed to change, and gives a quick recap of his life for those who aren't aware of his situation. Pat and Ryan also chat about the Cheez-It Bowl and how they'll get to interact down there, and a challenge is issued for each man. If you are unaware of Ryan Leaf's life story, this is a can't miss conversation (23:48-36:56). Also covered in today's show is Zion Williamson's knee injury and whether or not he'll be the same player when he comes back, Congress cracking down on e-cigs, Charlotte wanting $325 million for a new expansion MLS team and why that seems a little absurd, and Josh Allen getting one of his selfies hung in a museum after beating the Steelers last Sunday night. Today's show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • Today's show is anchored by two incredible interviews. First, 2x Super Bowl Champion and friend of the show, Ike Taylor calls in. Ike and Pat chat about the Steelers/Bills tilt on Sunday Night Football and whether or not this Bills team has the pieces to make a deep run into the playoffs. They also cover Ike's thoughts on Spygate 2.0 and while it might not mean much, the Patriots are the only team that ever gets caught doing things like this. Ike also gives a few thoughts on the coaching carousel and whether or not he thinks Urban Meyer would be successful if he were to get the Cowboys Head Coaching job, if the 49ers recent defensive struggles is a cause for concern or is just something that happens during a long NFL season, and Ike gives his thoughts about guys getting into snowball fights during pregame (3:13-20:42). Next, 2x Pro Bowler, 3x Super Bowl Champion, chili connoisseur and friend of the show, Mark Schlereth stops by. They discuss if it is time to finally close the book on this Patriots dynasty, how big of a fan Stink is of the Ravens brand of smash mouth, old school football, and why it works so well. Mark also gives his thoughts on the success of the Watt family, and who he thinks the best teams are in the AFC and NFC after another crazy weekend in the NFL (25:23-42:01). Pat and the boys also break down everything else that happened in week 15 of the NFL including why he thinks the Cowboys will clinch the NFC East next week against the Eagles, why he is a little bit concerned about the 49ers recent defensive performance, Pat has more issues with the Al Riveron Gang after Mike Vrabel almost came to blows with a ref at the end of the Titans/Texans tilt, explains why he thinks the Chiefs are heating up at just the right time and might be poised to make a Super Bowl run, and Digs calls in to give his take on the Bills and Steelers after watching the Sunday Night game in person at Heinz Field. It's another great overreaction Monday. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat reacts to ESPN’s like of five most attractive expecting coaching vacancies at the end of the season and he has a few questions about which ones are seen as much better than the others and if he thinks that is accurate or not. Pat and the guys also dive into some World News with Nick as they discuss Clinton Portis and a few other players accused of defrauding the NFL’s league health program with false claims amounting to around $4 million, and OBJ telling everyone that he can that he wants out of Cleveland and for certain teams to come get him. Later, 2x Pro Bowler, 2002 Heisman Trophy finalist, and former Running Back for the Bills, Ravens, and Broncos, Willis McGahee, joins the show. He gives his opinion on players sitting out bowl games in college in hopes of avoiding an injury that will derail their NFL draft stock, as no one is more intimate with that situation that anyone else. Willis also gives his thoughts on Lamar Jackson, why he is so dangerous, and what makes him such a threat. Willis and Pat also chat about his time in Buffalo and the story behind why he had an ugly exit from Buffalo, and who he thinks is going to win the Super Bowl (36:13-46:33). Pat also reacts to Roger Goodell’s comments about no changes coming to the playoff structure in the near future, and what Pat was trying to do to help get retired NFL players benefits, gives his thoughts on Jacoby Brissett and why he has started to slow down a little bit in the back half of this season, and what he thinks Chris Ballard will do for the Colts’ roster in the offseason. Lastly, the guys chat about the hottest issue in the office right now.. there is a snack kleptomaniac in the building, and Pat gets to the bottom of it. Today’s show is a fun one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • On today’s show, 3x Pro Bowler, 17 year NFL veteran, former Quarterback for the Green Bay Packers, Seattle Seahawks, Tennessee Titans, Indianapolis Colts, and friend of the show, Matt Hasselbeck calls in to clear some things up about Spygate 2.0. Matt and Pat discuss why he doesn’t think it is really that big of a deal with the way teams in the NFL make most of their calls through headsets now, why it would be a much bigger deal if it were being done in college, and what repercussions, if any, he thinks will come of the whole situation (4:14-9:49). Later, 3x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, 2005 Defensive Rookie of the Year, and member of the LA Chargers’ 50th anniversary team, Shawne “Lights Out” Merriman joins the show. Shawne and Pat chat about Phillip Rivers going viral recently with his on field trash talk, and Shawne breaks down who Phillip Rivers is on and off the field and goes through their long history together. He also gives his thoughts on the next stage of Rivers’ career, which quarterback he’s played with that he would prefer led a team he was on, what needs to be done in order to contain Lamar Jackson and the Ravens offense, and his take on Spygate 2.0 (20:13-37:15). Also included are a couple of calls from the radio show dealing with Pat’s thoughts about the Chiefs chances heading into the playoffs after an impressive win in Foxborough, and Pat breaks out his new duck call when talking about the Steelers playoff chances with arguably the biggest budding superstar in the league, Duck Hodges. Pat also explains why he’s bummed out and depressed with the newest developments in the Antonio Brown saga, and breaks some For The Brand news dealing with long snappers going to the Pro Bowl. Today’s show is a good one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.

  • Today’s show is loaded with everything you need to know following a massive weekend in the NFL. First, Pat welcomes 3x Pro Bowler, 2x All-Pro, one of the most freakish athletes to ever walk the face of the earth, friend of the show, LaVar Arrington. LaVar discusses his thoughts on Dwayne Haskins, if he sees progress in his game this year, and whether or not he thinks the Redskins will ever be a good football team. LaVar and Pat also chat about the Patriots and why he’s not ready to throw the towel in on them just yet, despite another mediocre performance this past week, and LaVar explains how he would attack defending Lamar Jackson (3:23-16:39). Pat and the boys also cover whether or not it’s time for the Patriots to panic, and why despite all the issues surrounding them, they’re still not a team people want to see in the playoffs. They discuss whether or not they think the Packers have a legitimate shot to make a deep playoff run, how tough the NFC looks this year, they take some time to gush about how incredible of a football player George Kittle is and why this 49ers team is humming right now, break down the AFC playoff picture and give some love to the scorching hot Tennessee Titans. Pat also reacts to the news that Adam Vinatieri will be having season ending knee surgery and how that has impacted his game this entire year. Plus, Digs calls in to chat about the Steelers’ big win over the weekend and why he thinks Duck Hodges is the best quarterback in the NFL and where he see’s the Steelers at as the playoffs are right around the corner. To close out the show, Pat chats about his first experience at an SEC game, and why it just matters more down there. He also gives his thoughts on the CFP finalists, why he thinks Joe Burrow is so good and why he’ll make all the monies in the NFL. Today’s a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

  • On today’s show, Pat and the boys are joined by friend of the show, owner and creator of Pro Football Talk, Mike Florio. They discuss Florio’s bombshell on Twitter a few days ago that he has an inkling that Andrew Luck will be the Las Vegas Raiders Quarterback to start the 2020 season, and what the Raiders would potentially have to give up in order to get his rights. Pat also asks Mike whether or not another coach will get fired before the end of the season, and where a possible landing spot for Ron Rivera might be, when Jason Garrett will be fired, and addresses the idea of Tom Brady potentially playing for a different team next year (1:57-12:07). Next, 4x All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowler, Super Bowl Champion, the most accurate kicker in NFL history, Baltimore Ravens Kicker, Justin Tucker calls in. Justin and Pat discuss his game winning kick against the 49ers in the miserable conditions in Baltimore this past weekend, what his mindset and ritual is before he lines up to kick, what he has seen in Lamar Jackson over the last two years and if there is anything he can point that has led to his massive success. He also chats about his relationship with Matthew McConaughey, his potential career as an opera singer, and why this Ravens team has bonded so quickly (12:09-32:40). Pat also reacts to the news that Adam Vinatieri has been dealing with a knee injury for some time and the Colts having to bring in a kicker and what that process is like, and why it magnifies how important having a great kicker is, and gives a couple of thoughts on some of the early lines from this weekend’s NFL games. Also included are a few calls from the radio show including questions about why Browns fans are having a hard time hating Duck Hodges, and whether or not the Chiefs have a shot to knock off the Patriots this weekend in Foxborough. Today’s show is a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.