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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 reacts to Myles Garrett trying to cave Mason Rudolph’s head in with his own helmet moments after they land back in Indiana from Pittsburgh, and Pat throws to Tone Digz’ incredible Steelers/Browns rant from yesterday’s radio show before the game. Pat also talks more about the Colin Kaepernick situation and what to expect from this weekend’s workouts, what that entails, and which teams could potentially be interested outside of the teams who said they would be in attendance. Pat also dives into the proposals for the new CBA and whether or not players will like the proposed changes, and if it could actually work for both parties involved. Also included are interviews with 2x Super Bowl champion and friend of the show, Ike Taylor. He talks about which teams he think could use Kaepernick, whether or not he’s still got it, what he thinks of this maturing Steelers defense and what he see’s in Minkah Fitzpatrick, and he sheds some light on what he thinks of Tim Tebow (21:17-33:46). Later, former Pro Bowler and Cornerback for the San Diego Chargers and Kansas City Chiefs, Brandon Flowers calls into the show. He explains why he doesn’t like the idea of another game being added in the new CBA, what he thinks of defensive units currently in the NFL especially the back end, talks about what it was like being a smaller guy and having to get chippy with WR’s in order to prove a point, and who he’s got in the Super Bowl this year (44:41-57:04). Today’s show is fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Today's show comes from an ice cold box truck in Pittsburgh, PA as Pat and the boys battle the elements and try to stay warm. Pat breaks down the College Football Playoff rankings that were just released, and he is not pleased with how things are shaking out as Minnesota is still on the outset of the top 6 despite making the biggest jump in the history of the rankings, but Pat has a simple message for the committee. Also joining the show is the all-time leading rusher at Florida State, and current NFL rushing leader, Dalvin Cook. He tells Pat what the secret to his success so far has been, why the Vikings offensive line has been so successful this year, what happened in the locker room in order to turn everything around after the issues that plagued the locker room earlier in the season, and Dalvin gives his thoughts on Deion Sanders potentially being the next Head Coach for Florida State and whether or not he thinks that will result in a return to dominance (19:59-27:42). Also joining the show is 4x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, 2018 Built Ford Tough Lineman of the Year, LA Rams left tackle, Andrew Whitworth. He breaks down why he thinks LSU has been successful this year and what he thinks of Coach O, the issues with the Rams this year and why he thinks they can turn things around once Todd Gurley is worked back into the offense, how he builds trust with lineman who haven't been in the league for very long and are constantly changing, and what his plans are after retirement (27:45-35:55). Pat also dives into the Colin Kaepernick situation and what he thinks will come from it and reminds us that regardless of how people feel about the situation, it's the NFL's sandbox and ultimately their decision. Pat also chats about Elton John and the film Rocketman ahead the concert, the Astros being in hot water over taping signs during their 2017 championship run, and some other things that are happening right now in the world. Don't forget to tweet us using hashtag #GimmeDatPat for a chance to win a $500 gift card to store.patmcafeeshow.com. Today's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the boys do a DEEP dive into everything that happened this week in the NFL. They cover the heartbreaking loss the Colts suffered this weekend at the hands of Fitzmagic and the Dolphins, question whether there will ever be another player like Lamar Jackson, Pat reiterates his formula for winning Super Bowls which includes building a team around a quarterback on a rookie contract, they discuss why other teams can't do things like the Patriots, and look at Bill Belichick's potential successor. Pat also gives out his top 4 teams for the college football playoff. Also, 3x Super Bowl Champion, 2x Pro Bowler, and friend of the show, Mark Schlereth drops by to chat about everything that happened this weekend in the NFL including why certain teams' offensive lines look incredible one week, and really bad the next, whether or not the Saints getting the doors blown off was a fluke, and why he thinks Lamar Jackson is succeeding (1:07:53-1:23:29). Later, Head Coach of the undefeated Minnesota Golden Gophers, PJ Fleck, calls into the show after a huge win against Penn State on Saturday. He discusses their mentality going forward now that the playoffs are in sight, what his message to the team was after the win and going into this week's game at Iowa, whether or not he has any fears on the football or otherwise, and as always, he gives Pat and the boys a little motivation (1:23:51-1:35:14). To close out the show, our very own Todd McComas shares some personal stories from his time in the Marines as he and the boys appreciate all past, present, and future veterans. Today's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the boys record from Tampa Bay, Florida ahead of last night’s Temple vs. USF game. Pat goes through all his different potential NFL MVP candidates and gives a couple of reasons to stake his claim. Also, 3x Pro Bowler, 18 year NFL veteran, and good friend of the show, Matt Hasselbeck joins Pat and the boys in the box truck to chat about everything happening around the NFL including why Kirk Cousin’s can’t seem to win primetime games, what the issues with Mitch Trubisky are and whether or not they are fixable, if the Chiefs are going to pick up right where they left off with Patrick Mahomes, they fix the Pro Bowl together, and chat about everything else going on in the league ahead of week 10 (15:41-50:07). Also joining the show is 2x Pro Bowler, 14 year NFL veteran, and current linebacker for the Buffalo Bills, Lorenzo Alexander. Lorenzo and Pat chat about the Bills success this year, what type of coach Sean McDermott is, his thoughts on the Patriots and the Bills philosophy when playing them, and how he has witnessed the NFL change first hand on the defensive side of the ball over the course of his career (51:51-1:00:51). Today is a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys are joined by Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, 7x Pro Bowler, 3x All-Pro, the most gifted thrower of football’s of all-time, and Pat’s best friend, Aaron Rodgers. They chat about what he’s doing with State Farm to bring some aid and relief to those who have been afflicted by the wildfires in California, and how that situation hits close with him. They also cover the differences in the Packers offense this year, his thoughts on responding after a tough loss to the Chargers, he expands on his relationship with Brett Favre, and explains what a normal night in his life is like. If you’d like to help donate to wildfire relief visit neighborhoodofgood.com (2:16-25:09). Also included on today’s show is the announcement that Pat will be joining the XFL in a field analyst position that was created specifically for him. He explains what exactly he’ll be doing, and asks for some suggestions. Plus, Pat and the guys break down the first College Football Playoff Rankings, and effectively fix the entire system to ensure that the best team is crowned champion every year. Pat also goes through the list of ESPN’s NFL power rankings and gives his thoughts and who is slotted where and what he’s looking forward to in the coming weeks of the season, and we throw to the Rich Eisen show as Pat retells the story of having a team camaraderie building barbecue at his house in college and why Rich Rod was less than pleased. Today’s a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat recaps his insane weekend starting with commentating SmackDown Live! on FOX on Friday night which included being lucky enough to have Jim Irsay lend him his private jet so that he could get to Buffalo in time for the show, and ending with Pat heading to Memphis to be on College Gameday on Beale St. Pat and the boys also recap everything that happened this weekend in the NFL including the Steelers pulling out an impressive win over the Colts in Pittsburgh, the Seahawks starting to come on strong and why no one is really talking about them, Lamar Jackson looking incredibly against the Patriots on Sunday night, DeShaun Watson and Stefon Diggs marketing Popeye’s, and everything else that was important around the league. Pat also breaks down Vinny’s game winning kick opportunity and why it was an operational failure and not necessarily all Vinny’s fault, and breaks down the proper way to hold the football on a field goal attempt and what the holder, long snapper, and kicker’s individual responsibilities are. Also joining the show is arguably the greatest sportscaster in the business. You’ve heard him call the Super Bowl, World Series, and US Open, consummate professional and hilarious human, Joe Buck. Joe and Pat discuss his thoughts on a lot of the good team’s in the NFL laying an egg this past weekend, why people hate him and where he thinks that comes from, his thoughts on the NFL so far this season and his feelings on all the issues with the referees, whether or not he appreciates tanking in the NFL and if he thinks it will be a viable option moving forward, and what the most memorable moment from his career has been thus far (1:06:40-1:21:56). Don’t forget to watch this week’s vlog recapping Pat’s entire week at www.youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow Today’s a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys record pieces of the episode on the plane on their way back from Waco, Texas. The show is highlighted by three incredible interviews from this past week. First, Minnesota Head Football Coach PJ Fleck joins the program to talk about his undefeated Golden Gophers team, his relationship with holder Casey O’Brien and how his story has inspired him and the rest of the team. Coach Fleck also addresses the people who think his coaching style is phony or fake, all while giving one of the most incredible inspirational speeches you will ever hear and will have you eager to run through a brick wall. He also clears up the rumors that Minnesota didn’t agree to play a night game in next week’s tilt against Penn State, and talks about what it means to be ELITE in the Minnesota Gophers program (3:22-19:19). Next, 2x Super Bowl Champion and former Pittsburgh Steelers legend, Ike Taylor joins the show. Ike and Pat chat about everything currently going on in the NFL, who Ike likes moving forward as we get closer to the playoffs, why he doesn’t think Tom Brady is going anywhere this offseason, the mentality it takes to be a great football player, and why that sometimes doesn’t mesh with other people’s expectations, and what he makes of the Baker Mayfield/beat writer drama and whether or not he or his teammates had any situations like that while he was in Pittsburgh (22:29-33:34). Lastly, 2x Super Bowl Champion, and current linebacker for the New England Patriots, Kyle Van Noy joins the show for an incredible interview. He and Pat discuss what it’s like playing for the Patriots, how many people will never understand Bill Belichick’s sense of humor, the controversy surrounding Sam Darnold saying he was seeing ghosts against the Patriots, what makes their defense so special, and what Bill Belichick’s message is when they huddle together on the sidelines during games (35:23-51:45). It’s a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys record from Waco, Texas ahead of tonight’s West Virginia vs. Baylor game. They are joined in the box truck by Pat’s Thursday Night Football play-by-play man, one of the most interesting men at ESPN, Adam Amin. They chat about what it was like growing up Muslim in the Chicagoland area, and the impact that 9/11 had on his life, he tells the story about how his father immigrated from Pakistan and had to save money for several years before he could bring the rest of his family over, and he dispels some common misconceptions about being Muslim. They also chat about how things have been going in the Thursday Night booth, what Adam’s dream job would be in terms of calling games, some of the most memorable games he’s called, and he tells a few hilariously stories about his career before he got to ESPN in a very deep and incredible interview (6:36-55:09). Also included is an interview in studio with Super Bowl Champion, 7x Pro Bowler, 4x All-Pro, member of the NFL 2000s All Decade team, newly minted member of the Colts Ring of Honor, and Pat’s former teammate, Dwight Freeney. They discuss the change of the defensive end position throughout his career and why guys like him made such an impact in their careers, what he thinks of this years Indianapolis Colts team and why he thinks they are built for success, he remembers a few of his better gambling stories while with the Colts, and chats about the NFL trade deadline, and why he doesn’t believe the NFL trade market will explode the way fans want it to (57:55-1:20:36). Don’t forget to send pictures of your Halloween costumes to Pat and the guys using the hashtag #CoolCostumeCuz for a chance to win a $500 gift card to store.patmcafeeshow.com. Come and laugh with us, and have a safe and Happy Halloween. Cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys sit down and chat about how awesome everything involved with the College Gameday process was, what some of his favorite moments were, what Coach Corso is like, how insane the crowd was in Brookings, South Dakota, and what it was like being apart of one of the longest running and most successful shows of all time. The guys also discuss everything that happened in this weekend’s NFL games including how good Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are after squeezing out a win at Arrowhead on Sunday night, why the Colts are still Super Bowl bound in Pat’s eyes, and how their win this weekend, albeit not pretty, was incredibly impressive. The guys also break down how the only obstacle in the AFC for the Colts is the Patriots, and how impressive they have been, including this weekend’s dominating win over the Browns. The guys also dive into the Mitch Trubisky situation in Chicago, and whether or not Buffalo is for real. Also joining the show is the GOAT of all GOATS, friend of the program, 4X Super Bowl Champion, and the NFL all-time points leader, Adam Vinatieri, joins the show. He and Pat talk about his game on Sunday and how he was relishing an opportunity to have a game winning kick, why he thinks this years Colts team is a little different, how impressed he’s been with Jacoby Brissett and why everyone in that locker room isn’t shocked by how successful he’s been, Bill Belichick earning win 300, and his thoughts on where this Colts team can go (1:05:32-1:22:26). Today’s episode is a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat wraps up the week from above 30,000 feet on the fastest bird in the sky on the way back from Houston to Indianapolis. Included in today’s show are a couple of incredible interviews. First, Pro Bowler/Super Bowl Champion, and now analyst on ESPN, Ryan Clark, who covers all the big news happening in the NFL right now including Tom Brady potentially playing for a new team next year, Emmanuel Sanders and John Elway’s beef, and who his Super Bowl Contenders are in the AFC and the NFC (2:22-17:00). Next, All-Pro Linebacker and reigning Defensive Rookie of the Year, Colts standout, Darius Leonard joins the show. They chat about why this Colts team is clicking on all cylinders, what it’s like playing for Frank Reich, how Jacoby Brissett has performed so far, and what the expectations are for the Colts moving forward (20:32-32:44). Lastly, former All-Pro and Pro Bowl guard and friend of the show, Josh Sitton, stops by. They chat about the Packers success and if this is the happiest he’s ever seen Aaron Rodgers, whether or not the 49ers are for real, and his thoughts on Drew Brees potentially coming back from injury early (34:45-46:24). Also included is the wild story about how Pat and the boys were stranded outside of Minute Maid Park in Houston while trying to access their tickets for Game 2 of the World Series. It’s a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
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Comments (33)

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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Quincy Hicks

Mr. Watt is a BEAST!!! Still hoping Colts pick him up!!! Well.... Wishing

May 23rd
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Christian Justin

please don't go back to the NFL Pat we need your podcast

May 14th
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Christian Justin

only one problem with the Lisa mattress read Pat you look and sound tired as fuck since you quit the vitamins get back on the vitamins again

May 12th
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Christian Justin

boycotting MNF until pat mcafee gets the job

May 3rd
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Christian Justin

yo I'm legitimately pissed why are you quitting the vitamins that's a bad decision Pat

Apr 23rd
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Mark Maitland

Best podcast out there, hands down 👍👌✌️

Mar 24th
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Bryce Larkin

that ending song was absolutely garbage

Mar 14th
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Michael H. Nolan

just wait! I heard theres a second documentary coming that covers the same kidnapping from a different perspective. maybe from the brobards

Feb 21st
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ZakOnTheMic

you're probably a douche bag if you find reasons to hate a human being such as Tim Tebow.

Feb 7th
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Michael H. Nolan

I know you'll clown me for this but I've never placed a sports bet in my life. would love 8f you guys explained the-3 or +3 and the other forms of betting in your convos. nothing in depth, just some clarity.

Jan 16th
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Trevor Luke Chambers

You said 2018!

Jan 11th
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Michael H. Nolan

you shouldnt focus on your down payment or your monthoy payment when purchasing a car. should concentrate on getting the best rate for borrowing money. 2% v 6% is a HUGE difference over the total term of your loan. the difference could total your down payment or even more. shop your rate around. credit unions your bank and ask what the dealer can offer. just some friendly advice

Jan 2nd
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Matthew Thomson

👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼👍🏼

Dec 20th
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Michael H. Nolan

I love these guys! nailing the poems! hahahaha. drinks on me anytime youre in Tampa, for all of ya! a very merry Christmas to all you cuzzies!

Nov 27th
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Travis McPhail

Lmaoooo the dude doing Jon Gruden is the best.

Oct 27th
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