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On "The Pat McAfee Show," Pat McAfee and his friends deliver one of a kind opinions that won't be heard anywhere else. Pat's a recently retired NFL All-Pro who has zero filter. A common man who has experience in an extremely uncommon professional athlete lifestyle is a beautiful concoction of hilarity for the average Joe. Both relatable and ridiculous, "The Pat McAfee Show" promises to inform, intrigue, and entertain. Thanks for listening. Cheers
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On today's show, Pat and the boys are joined by Head Coach of the Minnesota Golden Gophers, one of the most inspirational humans on the planet, the creator of the Nekton mentality, PJ Fleck. They chat about what it's like being the Head Coach of a major college football program during this pandemic, what he's having his kids do to get better this offseason despite not being able to do a lot of the things they normally would be doing, how he's handling everything with his staff, and Coach Fleck gives an inspirational speech for everyone to find a little light in all of the darkness that we care currently facing (3:19-17:26). Later, AJ Hawk is back for another edition of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk as AJ and Pat chop it up about everything going on in the world, try to figure out where Cam Newton is going next and if he's going to have a major resurgence, they each talk about their recruiting process, and get into everything else you could imagine, whether it's related to football or general life stuff (18:55-1:42:59). Don't forget to tweet the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for a chance to win some free merch and keep an eye out for the Office Olympics on youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow. Stay safe this weekend, we're all in this together. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys discuss where Cam Newton may eventually wind up and what makes the most sense for him, and why Chicago decided to go with Nick Foles instead after it was reported that Carolina tried to engage in talks with the Bears. Pat also runs through the Patriots 2020 schedule and the Bucs 2020 schedule and gives his predictions game by game. Joining the show is 13 year NFL veteran, 9th overall pick in the 2007 NFL Draft, one of the fastest WR's to ever play the game, Ted Ginn Jr. Ted and Pat chat about his high school days playing defensive back and running track, where many thought he could qualify for the Olympics. He chats about what he thinks Cam Newton has left in the tank, the difference between playing on good and poor teams, how he doesn't care about the accolades or the money and just wants to play football next year, and who some of the toughest cornerbacks he has faced during his career (7:55-26:45). Next, 8x Pro Bowler, 5x All-Pro. Member of the NFL 2000’s All-Decade Team and San Diego Chargers 50th Anniversary Team, one of the greatest Tight End’s in the history of the sport and eventual Hall of Famer, Antonio Gates, stops by. They chat about his career as a whole and how he saw the locker room dynamic change over time, what it was like playing with Phil Rivers and what Indianapolis is getting in him as a QB. He also explains what it was like when the Chargers moved to LA and how that process went, why he loves how the current TE’s play the game, what it was like being a trailblazer for basketball players jumping to the NFL, and what he’s doing now as he looks to move into a bigger role with the Chargers (37:49-54:43). Later, AJ Hawk is back for another edition of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk. Pat and AJ chat about everything else happening around the NFL including DeShaun Watson liking tweets that make it seem like he wants out of Houston, where AJ thinks Cam Newton is going to wind up, the Colts not being interested in Tom Brady, and AJ shares the story about the first (and probably last) time he met Michael Jordan, and riding around with the Blue Angels and Thunderbirds (1:15:46-2:39:52). Today’s show is fun one. As always, stay safe out there and be smart. Use the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for the chance to win some free merch, and keep an eye out for the Office Olympics on youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow where we’ve been giving out money all week long. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, 2x 1st Team All-Pro, 3x Pro Bowler, and friend of the program, Shawne "Lights Out" Merriman joins the guys via FaceTime. They discuss how Shawne thinks the Bucs made a mistake signing Tom Brady, why he thinks Phil Rivers is physically in better shape than Tom Brady and primed to have a better season, and what he thinks the Chargers are going to do to address Quarterback before the start of the season (3:58-17:04). Next, AJ Hawk is back for another episode of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk. They chat about the Colts choosing not to go after Tom Brady, his future in Tampa Bay next season and the reports coming out about Brady and Belichick’s relationship. Pat and AJ also talk about times playing in the NFL, answer some YouTube Questions, and discuss the future of the New England Patriots without Tom Brady. (18:31-1:33:38). Lastly, NFL Insider and NFL Network reporter Tom Pelissero joins the show to discuss everything that has been happening in free agency including why he thinks Bill Belichick wanted Brady out of New England, whether or not Jadeveon Clowney will really get upwards of 20 million dollars from a team, where he thinks Jameis Winston will wind up, and what that means for guys like Andy Dalton, Cam Newton, and some of the other quarterbacks left on the market (1:36:06-1:56:06). Don't forget to send in the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for a chance to win some free merch. Stay safe out there, and come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat welcomes in Patriots insider from NBC Sports Boston, Tom Curran. They chat about New England's reaction to Tom Brady choosing Tampa Bay and whether or not everything is burning down, if he thinks the Patriots have a legitimate chance to win the division next year, if Stidham is the guy, and who one guy the Patriots might go after at Quarterback (2:13-13:25). Also, it's day 4 of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk, as AJ Hawk and Pat break down everything that is happening in the NFL, what moves surprised them, what they think of the Darius Slay trade, and they also go live on Rich Eisen Show as a tandem to cover other news stories happening around the league. Pat and AJ also share some stories from the locker room from their time in the league and much more (13:27-2:04:09). Stay safe this weekend and make sure to check out youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow as we will continue to go live and give away cash. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Today's show is bookended by two great interviews, with another installment of McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk in the middle of the show. First, 16 year NFL veteran, Super Bowl Champion, former Tight End for the Patriots, Ravens, and Saints, among others, Benjamin Watson, joins the show to discuss everything going on with Tom Brady and whether he is shocked with his decision to go to Tampa Bay, what it was like playing with him, and what the differences are between a franchise with a winning culture and one that doesn't necessarily have that (3:20-17:03). Next, AJ Hawk joins Pat again for some McAfee Hawk Sports Talk where they discuss everything happening with free agency thus far, react to Brady going to Tampa Bay, Phillip Rivers going to the Colts, and the comments from Bill O'Brien to DeAndre Hopkins on his way out of Houston, among many other topics (17:05-1:26:38). To end the show, 3x Pro Bowler, 2x 1st Team All-Pro, defensive lineman for the Pittsburgh Steelers, Cameron Heyward joins the program. They chat about the Steelers outlook next year with Big Ben coming out, his thoughts on the CBA situation, what he's been doing during the quarantine, and what it's like to play for Mike Tomlin (1:30:26-1:46:29) Today's show is a fun one. Don't forget to join us everyday at youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow where we will be going live for McAfee & Hawk Sports Talk, the live radio show, Office Olympics, and other events to help you get through these trying times. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys effectively find a way to fix the NFL Draft amid the Coronavirus outbreak, as they have already decided that there will no be fan involvement whatsoever. Also, to beat the quarantine, Pat welcomes on Super Bowl Champion, former middle linebacker for the Green Bay Packers, friend of the show, AJ Hawk. AJ and Pat react to all the craziness of the start of NFL free agency. Which teams are interested in Brady, where is he potentially going? How did the Cardinals manage to fleece the Texans so bad in sending DeAndre Hopkins to Arizona, which teams are getting better? Which teams are getting worse? Pat and AJ break down all the above, plus much, much more (9:15-1:39:41). As always, stay safe out there, and try to make the best out of this quarantine situation. Today is a fun one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat reacts to the expanding news of how serious the coronavirus pandemic is and further looks at how it is going to impact sports for the foreseeable future as the NCAA just announced they are canceling March Madness, the NBA is suspending it's season, and more leagues are looking into doing the same. Also joining the show is 12 year NFL Quarterback, current NFL analyst at ESPN, and friend of the program, Dan Orlovsky. Dan chats about just getting back from Disney World and going through the anxiety of making sure his family is okay as people are starting to be quarantined and go into lockdown. Dan and Pat also chat about Tom Brady's free agency, why the coronavirus won't inhibit teams from going after Brady, and why Dan thinks the Bucs are a very interesting and promising destination for Brady to end up (14:39-28:53). Also joining the show is Senior Lead NBA Insider and Analyst for The Athletic and Stadium, Shams Charania. Shams discusses breaking the news that Rudy Gobert was the first NBA player to test positive for coronavirus, what the next steps and precautions are for the NBA as a whole, when he sees the NBA resuming its season, and what it was like interviewing Gobert in person just two weeks before he tested positive for coronavirus (28:55-34:24). Lastly, Oklahoma City Thunder beat writer for The Athletic, Erik Horne stops by to chat about what it was like being in the arena as the Jazz/Thunder game was cancelled, the pulse of the fans in the stadium and whether they knew exactly what was going on, and what he's hearing around the league in terms of when teams will resume practicing and playing, and what teams are doing in terms of trying to stop the virus from spreading. At times like these, it's important for all of us to stick together and find a way to persevere through this. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the boys react to all the new news coming out surrounding the Coronavirus and how it is going to affect the sports world with multiple leagues considering postponing games and deciding what needs to be done next. Pat also gives his take on Aqib Talib’s comments on Tom Brady being out the door in New England and Dak Prescott turning down 105 million dollars. Joining the show is 16 year NFL veteran at safety and Pat’s former teammate, Mike “Pops” Adams. Pat and Pops chat about what it’s been like seeing the league change over the course of his career and how the locker room environment has changed. Pops also gives his thoughts on taking team friendly deals, what he thinks Tom Brady should do, and what he wants to do now that he’s done playing football (23:52-41:51). To close out the show, 11 year NBA veteran and former Big Ten player of the year, Jared Jeffries joins the program. He and Pat chat about whether or not LeBron is the greatest athlete of all-time, who some of the teams are that could make a run in the NBA playoffs, if he has any gambling picks for March Madness, and he shares a few stories about what it was like being teammates with Michael Jordan (1:05:28-1:19:17). Stay safe out there everyone and enjoy today’s show. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about Charlie Weis going on record and stating that he and "Tommy" Brady have been texting one another and that Tom doesn't know where he's going and neither does anyone else, so he wants everyone to slow down. Pat discusses Charlie Weis being Tom Brady's mouthpiece and what that means, as well as the implications league wide if Brady signs with the San Francisco 49ers. Also joining the show is 3x Super Bowl Champ, 2x Pro Bowler, chili mogul, and friend of the show, Mark "Stink" Schlereth. Pat and Mark chat about his thoughts on Tom Brady and how he sees a very real possibility that Brady doesn't end up back in New England, what he thinks about Charlie Weis being Tom Brady's new spokesman, his take on the CBA negotiations and what he thinks will happen there, and details why health insurance is so important to retired players as he has had 20+ surgeries, and whether or not he is still punking kids in the weight room (17:08-34:43). Pat also gives his thoughts on last weekend's Lakers/Clippers game and the guys chat about why LeBron is so great, whether or not the Lakers are the team to beat this year, and why that brand of basketball is so fun to watch, and Pat reacts to the Podcast NIT bracket being released and what he thinks about PMI's chances. Also included is a Youtube question to Pat about what his greater achievement was, the hit on Trindon Holliday, or recovering his own onside kick in Houston. Later, 17 year NFL veteran, a man who has played Quarterback for 11 teams most recently with the Eagles, and incredible basketball player, Josh McCown joins the program. Josh and Pat chat about him tearing the hamstring off the bone in the Eagles playoff loss to the Seahawks and what that rehab process is like, how he finished the game, and how badly it hurt. Josh also gives his take on the CBA negotiations as he went through it last time around, chats about his basketball game, being a high school football coach during the season, how he keeps his hair looking so good, and what's in store for his future (50:36-1:07:21). Today's a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys chat about The Boston Herald report that Tom Brady and Bill Belichick had a phone conversation that did not go well, and what that means for Brady's upcoming decision. They also try to figure out whether Brady will end up back in New England, or move onto Tennessee, San Francisco, LA, Miami, or somewhere else. Later, 2x Pro Bowler, one of the best Tight Ends in the NFL, friend of the show and current Minnesota Viking, Kyle Rudolph. He explains to Pat whether or not he pushed off against the Saints in New Orleans in the playoffs this year, how things are going to be different in Minnesota after losing their OC, his relationship with Kirk Cousins, and his thoughts on the 450 page document that the NFLPA is sending players to sift through ahead of their vote on March 12 (12:49-27:01). Also joining the show is the starting Running Back for the Green Bay Packers, last year's league leader in rushing touchdowns, Aaron Jones. Pat and Aaron chat about his relationship with Aaron Rodgers and what their relationship is like, what his offseason has consisted of thus far, why he thinks he took such a big jump on the field this year, and what the Packers need to do in order to reach the Super Bowl (28:28-37:35). Also included in today's show is some News We Missed With Nick, and Pat and the guys react to Nik Wallenda's "death defying" volcano walk from the other night. Today's show is a fun one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the guys react to the news that the 49ers are making a late push to bring Tom Brady to the Bay, a scenario which would see the Patriots trading for Jimmy Garoppolo, and reiterate the fact that Tom Brady has played free agency like an absolute genius. Pat and the guys also look at the plethora of quarterbacks that will be hitting the open market within the next few weeks and try to figure out where some of them will wind up, despite the fact that many teams are waiting for the Tom Brady domino to fall. Also joining the show is 2x Super Bowl Champion, #17 overall pick of the 2011 NFL draft by the New England Patriots and current offensive tackle for the New York Giants, Nate Solder. Pat and Nate talk about his positive thoughts towards the CBA and why he is going to vote yes, and how he is trying to be more of a voice for some of the core players who don't have as big of a social media following as some of the other players who have been vocal. He explains his thoughts on the whole process and what he's been hearing in his locker room. Nate also sheds some light on what it's like to be teammates with both Tom Brady and Jimmy Garoppolo and what their relationship was like, and whether or not he has any clue as to where Brady is going this offseason (34:05-46:16). Also included is News with Nick to round out what else we missed in the sports world. As always, send in the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat when listening to the show for the chance to win some free merch, and enjoy today's closing song by our very own Boston Connor. Today's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Today’s show is an absolutely loaded one. Pat recaps heading down to New Orleans to intro the starting lineups for the New Orleans Pelicans and helping the legend Red Panda during halftime. Pat and the boys also discuss Tom Brady, Julian Edelman, and Jimmy Fallon hanging out at a Syracuse basketball game where Julian Edelman said Tom Brady is coming back and Brady seemingly mouthed, “No he’s not.” Also joining the show is 2x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, a 13 year NFL veteran at linebacker, and current Vice President of the NFLPA, Lorenzo Alexander calls in to chat with Pat about all the recent developments with the negotiations between the NFL and NFLPA, and what it all means (7:37-22:28). Later, former #2 pick in the 1998 NFL Draft, Ryan Leaf joins Pat and the boys in studio. He and Pat discuss his falling out of the NFL, his descent into drug addiction and his long climb back, some crazy stories from his pre draft process, and who he thinks the top 5 quarterbacks in this year’s draft are (36:30-1:46:33). Also joining Pat and the boys in studio is one of the OG’s in the industry, the Voice of the NFL and friend of the show, Rich Eisen. Rich, Pat, and Ryan chat about the combine process, the unprecedented amount of great quarterbacks who are entering free agency this year, and Rich explains what happened behind the scenes with making the NFL combine what it is today (1:11:26-1:46:33). Keep sending tweets with the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat to show where you’re listening to the show for a chance to win some free merch. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the boys are joined by seven year NFL veteran and now Quarterbacking Guru for QB Summit in which he gets college players ready for the NFL Draft, and aids in current NFL quarterback’s progression in the league, Jordan Palmer in studio. He chats about his process with Joe Burrow this year, and how they build a plan of attack in order to get him ready for his rookie season in the NFL, and not on being drafted by a specific team. He gives his idea for a new combine drill that will help dispel the small hands narrative, and talks about some of the other QB prospects in this year’s draft who he’s coached or watched film of (4:59-24:14). Next, all-time legend of a comedian, the best impressionist to ever walk this earth, friend of the show, Frank Caliendo joins Jordan Palmer on the couch. Pat and Frank have a heartfelt conversation on Frank coming along with his social media game to reintroduce himself to fans, Frank shares a hilarious story about performing at a corporate event for Tony Robbins, and of course Frank crushes impression after impression (26:30-01:11:43). Also included is Pat reacting to more from the CBA negotiations that now has some very elite players publicly voicing why they voted no, and a lot of the middling players on the roster voting yes, and where that leaves us now moving forward. Today’s show is a good time. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat sits down with Los Angeles Charges General Manager, Tom Telesco. Tom tells Pat the story of how he watched Pat at his bowl game Senior year and went back and told Bill Polian that he thought he had just found the Colts new punter. Tom also explains what it’s like being a General Manager during combine week, including all the things the Chargers are looking for, what the process is like, and whether he’s a best available, or biggest need guy. Pat also grills Tom about Tom Brady potentially landing in Los Angeles with the Chargers and if they’re in the market for a veteran Quarterback after the departure of Phillip Rivers. It’s a great interview into the mind of one of the 32 decision makers during the NFL Combine (2:58-21:46). Also joining the show is 7x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, former center for the New York Jets and friend of the show, Nick Mangold. Nick and Pat discuss the new reports coming out about the CBA and Nick gives his stance on where he stands, and what he thinks certain players are rejecting, why the process took so long the other night, and what things may be holding it up from being passed. Nick and Pat also chat about his love for barbecue, and getting into the barbecue sauce game (39:04-55:06). Pat and Digs also discuss Pat winning the Heisman Trophy of radio, dive a little bit deeper into the CBA negotiations as certain things are now starting to be reported and some big name players still have massive issues with the deal, and they do a deep dive into Zion Williamson and LeBron’s first matchup, and why it is impossible not to be impressed with what Zion has done in his first handful of games in the NBA and why LeBron is still so tough. Don’t forget to use the hashtag #ThisIsWhereImAtPat for your chance to win some free march. Today’s show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the boys recap the Tyson Fury v. Deontae Wilder fight and how they were duped all week about how Fury had no chance. Pat explains how he’s now a huge Tyson Fury fan and doesn’t know how he wasn’t before this fight. Later, The Machine, Bert Kreischer joins Pat and the guys live in studio for over an hour of hilarity. They cover Bert’s new tour and Netflix Special that are going on right now, he lets people know what Joe Rogan is really like, talks with Pat more about his bet with Bill Burr that he could kick at least a 30 yard field goal in an NFL type of environment, chats about the Mickey Mantle gene, and gives his take on the XFL and gives a couple of ways he thinks they could improve the product. Plus Pat and Bert do an ad read for the ages. It’s a helluva good time. (14:34-1:10:18 ) Today’s show is a fun one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today’s show, Pat reacts to the new proposed CBA which was reported by Adam Schefter a couple of nights ago. Pat tries to break down and make sense of all of the mathematics, and dives into what it means, why the players will take issue with certain parts, and what the owners are probably thinking as they try to navigate their way through the whole thing. Pat and the boys also discuss the proposed addition of one more playoff team in the AFC and NFC, and why players like Richard Sherman are very vocal about making their decisions regarding the CBA very carefully. Later, Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network and NFL.com joins the show to give a more in depth breakdown of what he is hearing from owners and players regarding these CBA negotiations, where he thinks the potential snags will be, and where some more of the discussions and challenges will lead over the course of the next few days as owners and the NFLPA representatives meet. Tom also gives Pat his take on Tom Brady and whether or not he will actually spurn New England for free agency (20:10-36:06). Pat also takes a couple of calls from around the nation and dives into the Titans current situation and whether or not they should give Derrick Henry a max contract and resign Ryan Tannehill or if they should let them go and try to tank for Trevor Lawrence, and looks ahead to Tyson Fury/Deontay Wilder II and gives his prediction for what will happen in the highly anticipated rematch. Make sure to get your St. Paddy’s day gear as it goes on sale today on patmcafeeshow.com. Today’s a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
Pat is back from Hawaii and today’s show is a good one. Pat and the boys break down Drew Brees announcing that he’ll be coming back for a 20th season, and what that means for Taysom Hill and Teddy Bridgewater. They also speculate on where some of the other free agent Quarterbacks may end up going this offseason. Also joining the show is 4x Pro Bowler, the first Harvard man to score a touchdown in the Super Bowl, 49ers Fullback Kyle Juszczyk. Pat and Kyle chat about the Super Bowl and what Coach Shanahan’s message was going into the offseason, what it’s like having Jimmy G in the huddle and how he responds to the criticism, how his game differs at FB, what it was like going to Harvard, and they chat about his apparel line Juice 44 (14:46-30:29). Next, 6x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, former Buffalo Bills defensive tackle and friend of the show, Kyle Williams joins Pat and the guys. They talk about whether a guy like Chris Jones is going to resign with the Chiefs, or go and get a massive amount of money elsewhere now that he has a ring. Kyle describes what it was like playing for a Nick Saban coached team and how he has used a lot of those lessons throughout his career and how they’ve impacted who he is as a person, they discuss Joe Burrow talking about his leverage in the NFL Draft, and Kyle and Pat reminisce on the first time they met (32:58-51:57). Also included is Pat’s distaste for arguably the biggest stooge in America right now, Rob Manfred. Pat reacts to the current situation going on in the MLB, and he and the guys figure out a way to fix baseball. Today’s a good one, come laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys look at the free agency landscape for players now, and look how guys like Mookie Betts and Tom Brady are the perfect example for what athletes worth tens of millions and hundreds of millions of dollars are doing now when exploring their next moves. Pat and the guys also look at both Jason and Travis Kelce's Super Bowl parade speeches which were both incredible in their own regard and ultimately decide which one they think is better, and Pat looks ahead to this weekend's XFL slate and has a few more thoughts on the league as we are on the precipice of the rebranded leagues inaugural season and how it will be different than the first iteration of the XFL, and what changes will separate it from the NFL and what the NFL could potentially adopt from the XFL like the skycam. Also joining the show is 2x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, member of the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame, former Running Back and friend of the program, Brian Westbrook stops by. Brian chats about Andy Reid's legacy and why he is so happy for him after winning his first Super Bowl title. They also discuss Dak potentially holding out if he gets franchise tagged by the Cowboys and whether or not that is the right idea, and Brian gives some insight as a guy who formerly held out going into the season. Brian also gives his thoughts on the potential new CBA and on the possibility of a 17 game season (20:58-34:14). Also joining the show is 3x Pro Bowler, All-Pro, Heisman Trophy winner, and former Quarterback for the Cincinnati Bengals, Oakland Raiders, and Arizona Cardinals, Carson Palmer stops by. Carson chats about what he thinks Jameis will do in his second season in a Bruce Arians led offense, and how Carson's interception numbers went way down in his 2nd season under Arians. Carson also gives his thoughts on Troy Polamalu being a 1st ballot Hall of Famer and what it was like playing against guys like him and Ed Reed and the differences in their styles of play. Carson also lets Pat know who the best guy he ever played with was, and who his favorite center he ever took snaps from was, he gives his thoughts on Larry Fitzgerald and how he has been the model of consistency for the last 15+ years (36:28-48:00). Today's show is a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys break down Mookie Betts and David Price being traded from the Boston Red Sox to the Los Angeles Dodgers, and Pat officially declares his allegiance as a Dodgers fan, chat about Zion Williamson vs. Giannis Antetokoumpo and why having a somewhat off night might be good for him in the long run. Pat and the guys also discuss the report that the Cowboys plan on placing the franchise tag on Dak Prescott, and decide whether or not holding out would be a good option for him, and if he deserves a massive contract. Also included is an incredible interview with 2014 Defensive Rookie of the Year, 2x NFL Defensive Player of the Year, 6x Pro Bowler, and 5x All-Pro, current Defensive Tackle for the Los Angeles Rams, Aaron Donald from Radio Row in Miami. They chat about whether or not his knife training in the offseason was with real knives, what it's like getting double and triple teamed on almost every single play, what he did to become such a massive human being, and which offensive lineman, if any, he has beef with (16:39-28:22). Also joining the show is former Head Coach of the Oakland Raiders and Cleveland Browns, Hue Jackson. Hue and Pat chat about the Super Bowl and where each team will go from here, Hue gives his thoughts on what the Bengals should do with the first pick in the NFL draft, whether or not it is beneficial for rookie Quarterback's to sit behind veterans in order to learn the ropes of the NFL,  what he thinks Baker needs to do to be more successful next season, and looks at the Rooney Rule in the NFL and whether or not it is actually doing what it is intended to do (30:48-47:26). Pat also looks at which team drafting in the top 10 is most likely to have a 49ers type turnaround next season, and gives his thoughts on the newest members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame, including his old nemesis, Troy Polamalu. Make sure to check out Foxy's redemption video today and reply with you Cashtag for a chance to win $2,000. Today's show is a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys give a full breakdown of the Chiefs gritty comeback victory in Super Bowl LIV. Pat discusses who he thinks the blame falls on as most media pundits are either pointing to Kyle Shanahan or Jimmy G, and chats about how scary the Chiefs are, who seemingly still did not play a complete game in the playoffs. Pat also discusses the NFL Honors handed out this year, and why he is very excited for the potential Patrick Mahomes/Lamar Jackson matchup for years to come. Also included is an incredible interview from Radio Row with Super Bowl Champion/MVP, 13x Pro Bowler, 5x All-Pro, 2x Offensive Player of the Year, Walton Payton Man of the Year Winner, and the man who holds almost every passing record in NFL history, New Orleans Saints Quarterback, Drew Brees. Pat clears the air with Drew and chats about the last time they were in Miami together for Super Bowl XLIV, and if that feeling is what keeps him going, what his plans are for next year as some signs may be pointing to retirement, if being left off the NFL All 100 team adds fuel to the fire, and why he excluded kickers and punters from his motivational speech in the locker room at Purdue earlier this year (13:39-24:37). Later, former GM and VP of the Cleveland Browns, member of the New England Patriots coaching staff, author, host of the GM Shuffle podcast and the Lombardi Line on the Vegas Stats & Information Network (VSIN), friend of the show, Michael Lombardi stops by to recap the Super Bowl. Pat and Michael discuss the game, and what the big takeaways were, including Kansas City not being called for one holding penalty, who deserves the most blame for the 49ers blowing a 10 point lead in the 4th quarter, why the 49ers abandoned the run, which few plays decided the game, and where the Chiefs and 49ers go from here. Pat and Michael also discuss Tom Brady's future plans, and how the NFL CBA could put a hold on that and Patrick Mahomes' new contract for the time being (26:31-41:49). Lastly, 3x Super Bowl Champion and current Head Coach of the Detroit Lions, Matt Patricia joins Pat and the boys from Radio Row. He breaks down what it's like coaching in the Super Bowl and how your preparation and mindset going into the game is unlike anything else, how excited he is to be coming back for another year in Detroit and why he still thinks he can be successful there, whether or not he has had any communication with Calvin Johnson recently and if he would entertain trying to bring him back, and his thoughts on the NFL changing into a more offensive minded league (51:04-1:03:11). Make sure you tweet your favorite moments of the NFL season to @PatMcAfeeShow for a chance to be featured on the year end NFL recap video. Enjoy today, it's our last taste of the NFL for a long time. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
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Aaron Britton

One of the best episodes yet!

Mar 29th
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Aaron Britton

At least the NFL's numerous deals done in the last week is a distraction to our current pandemic climate.

Mar 19th
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Aaron Britton

Another great one 👍

Mar 11th
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Aaron Britton

Yay more Tom Brady talk.....

Mar 5th
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Komodojoe

lol they should have Bert on more often, I like his take on the XFL

Feb 26th
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Hermanos Window washing

why aren't the new episodes on here?

Feb 24th
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Aaron Britton

Yay Pat's back!

Feb 21st
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Aaron Britton

Loving this podcast more and more.

Feb 19th
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Aaron Britton

Keep up the good work Pat.

Feb 15th
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Danny Najarian

What was the song at the end of this podcast? Shit bumps

Feb 6th
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Aaron Britton

Gotta love Steve Smith Sr he was an absolute beast when he played.

Feb 2nd
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Aaron Britton

Pat's got a point the whole Aaron Hernandez situation kinda disappeared for a few years until coming back recently.

Jan 22nd
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David Deaver

BORING😴

Jan 16th
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Stephen Cook

Can't give up on BB/TB12 yet...sorry America. Dynasty is over lol. No team wants to see these guys for a 2nd time in a season- Baltimore, KC, Houston. Brady is having wet dreams of gettin a 2nd shot at these teams. The Patriots shit the bed in December last year and won the flippin Super Bowl. All you ever hear is Defense wins championships. If Denver can win in 2015 with a great D & severely diminished Peyton Manning, the 2019 Patriots can do it too. Meet the new boss, same as the old boss. Patriots vs. San Francisco SB 54. Tom Brady retires after winning his 7th ring. Boom bitches. Love ya Pat Mcafee, youre the man. -

Dec 10th
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AJango Freeman

moved 3 times

Nov 28th
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AJango Freeman

I thought for sure you were holding your dick in your hand Pat. Even after the 3rd and 4th clue...

Oct 24th
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AJango Freeman

Jake "and I wanna" Delhomme.. Nice name drop 👍🏼

Sep 19th
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Aiden Boettcher

I wouldn't of wanted to kick in Chicago* with all that pressure anyway.

Jul 30th
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Michael Joel Juarez

omg goodness Zito ad reads are almost there lol 😂

Jul 23rd
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Komodojoe

lol forgot below the belt on the intro

Jul 23rd
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