Chiefs super fans Austin and Taylor talk news about the Super Bowl 54 champion Kansas City Chiefs, preview and recap all the games, make tons of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia references, roast opposing team fans and players past and present, and answer Twitter questions.
Austin and Taylor are joined by SI's Sam Hays for a massive 2021 preview show where they discuss the Chiefs 53 man roster, predict each game on the 2021 schedule, the eight division races in the NFL, and the playoff teams. Check out part 2 after this episode concludes!
Austin and Taylor are joined by SI's Sam Hays for a massive 2021 preview show where they discuss the Chiefs 53 man roster, predict each game on the 2021 schedule, the eight division races in the NFL, and the playoff teams. This is part 2 of the preview episode.
Austin and Taylor talk training camp hype stories, draft It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia episode titles, answer some mailbag questions, and try desperately to be nominated for The Pitch KC's best local podcast award.
This week due to a lack of NFL news Austin and Taylor answered some mailbag questions, asked themselves a couple questions, and then were joined by Katie Camlin to break down that fateful day a year ago when she beat Adam Schefter to the news that Patrick Mahomes was signing an extension with the Chiefs.
After Austin explains the legal entanglements of Frank Clark, he and Taylor answered some mailbag questions and then were pleased to be joined by film expert Daniel Harms (@InHarmsWay19 on Twitter) as he gave the gang the low down on the wide receivers and, as is tradition, waxed poetically about Patrick Mahomes.
This week on the pod, Austin and Taylor were joined by a very special guest. Chiefs expert and law expert Seth Keysor stopped by to arbitrate some cases and drop some football knowledge on the listeners. Check out his Substack at bit.ly/sethreallyhatesmoney where he's practically *giving* away the best Chiefs content on the internet at just 12 bucks a year. Le'veon Bell's beef with Andy Reid was discussed, as was the Chiefs WR2 situation and Jamaal Charles's case for the Hall of Fame.
This week was a little light in NFL news, so after Austin and Taylor discussed the implication of Julio Jones being available for trade, they answered tons of mail bag questions from Twitter. After Taylor dried his eyes from watching the Friends reunion special, of course.
This week on the pod, Austin and Taylor answer a couple mailbag questions and talk briefly about the possibility of a Julio Jones trade before getting to a signature segment, the roast, and the target this week is Raiders coach Jon Gruden. Knock on wood if this guy's a total bozo.
This week, Austin and Taylor let the NFL draft play out over the weekend and then broke everything down on a special Sunday episode, as well as recapped the blockbuster Orlando Brown trade from last week. Thanks to everyone who participated in our free T-Shirt giveaway contest, if you want to buy one you can always DM Taylor on Twitter @Taylor_Witt
This week, Austin and Taylor kind of lose their minds a little bit, recording over 2 hours of mostly banter about bizarre and unbelievable NFL stats and stories in league history. They also bid a fond retirement farewell to Chiefs great Alex Smith. Thanks to everyone for tuning in every week!
In this week's jam-packed episode, Austin and Taylor advertise their new merchandising opportunity (t-shirts!), talk about the release of two mainstays on the offensive line, draft ideal Chiefs free-agent targets, and roast the 2013 draft class. Contact Taylor for a shirt!
While it's true that It's Always Sunny in Chiefs Kingdom, this was a particularly dark period for both the franchise and the football world at large. Austin and Taylor are back after a brief hiatus to talk a little NFL news, mourn the passing of three icons of the football world in Chris Wesseling, Marty Schottenheimer, and Terez Paylor, and briefly touch on the Super Bowl. Plus a little virtual baby shower for Patrick Mahomes' first child, daughter Sterling.
Here it is, the moment we've been waiting for for the last year of our lives: The Super Bowl preview show. This week, Austin and Taylor break down the matchup, answer a couple mailbag questions, and spend some time ROASTING Tom Brady. Go Chiefs!!