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Latest podcast episodes about Harrison Butker

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium - Steve Spagnuolo, Travis Kelce, Taco Charlton, and Harrison Butker

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 39:56


Hear from Kansas City Chiefs defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (00:34), tight end Travis Kelce (9:46), defensive end Taco Charlton (22:01), and kicker Harrison Butker (29:24). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

The Zone
Hour 2 - Chiefs pressers

The Zone

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 4, 2021 55:54


8-4-21 In the second hour of The Zone we hear from Steve Spagnuolo, Harrison Butker, Taco Charlton and Travis Kelce after Chiefs practice. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Irish NFL Show
Jason Bell, Harrison Butker & NFL Germany with Jan Stecker

Irish NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 13, 2021 57:04


A packed show this week! Jason Bell joins the lads again, Harrison Butker from the Kansas City Chiefs stops by and Jan Stecker from ranNFL in Germany talks to the lads about the NFL potential in Germany and the hopes for a game after this weeks NFL announcement.

NFL – meinsportpodcast.de
Season Review – Die AFC West

NFL – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2021 70:18


Nach der Saison ist vor der Saison und daher ist ein wenig Nachbereitung des Vergangenen nötig. Wir nehmen uns auch in dieser Saison wieder in unserer großen Review jeder einzelnen Division an und versorgen euch 2x wöchentlich mit dem Rückblick auf die NFL Saison 2020. In dieser Folge beschäftigen wir uns mit der zweiten Super Bowl-Division, der AFC West. Neben den Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers und Las Vegas Raiders spielen in dieser Division vor allem die Kansas City Chiefs. Die schafften es, angeführt von Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, vergangene Saison erneut in den Super Bowl. Davon noch recht weit entfernt sind derzeit die anderen drei Teams der Division, die eher im unteren Mittelfeld der Liga rangieren. Wie war die Saison der Teams? Wie können sie sich verbessern? Euch gefällt dieser Podcast - oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eurer Meinung nach mal in einer Sendung behandeln sollten. Oder schreibt unserem Moderator Patrick Rebien direkt per Mail (patr...

American Football – meinsportpodcast.de
Season Review – Die AFC West

American Football – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2021 70:18


Nach der Saison ist vor der Saison und daher ist ein wenig Nachbereitung des Vergangenen nötig. Wir nehmen uns auch in dieser Saison wieder in unserer großen Review jeder einzelnen Division an und versorgen euch 2x wöchentlich mit dem Rückblick auf die NFL Saison 2020. In dieser Folge beschäftigen wir uns mit der zweiten Super Bowl-Division, der AFC West. Neben den Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers und Las Vegas Raiders spielen in dieser Division vor allem die Kansas City Chiefs. Die schafften es, angeführt von Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, vergangene Saison erneut in den Super Bowl. Davon noch recht weit entfernt sind derzeit die anderen drei Teams der Division, die eher im unteren Mittelfeld der Liga rangieren. Wie war die Saison der Teams? Wie können sie sich verbessern? Euch gefällt dieser Podcast - oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eurer Meinung nach mal in einer Sendung behandeln sollten. Oder schreibt unserem Moderator Patrick Rebien direkt per Mail (patr...

Interception – Der Football-Talk – meinsportpodcast.de

Nach der Saison ist vor der Saison und daher ist ein wenig Nachbereitung des Vergangenen nötig. Wir nehmen uns auch in dieser Saison wieder in unserer großen Review jeder einzelnen Division an und versorgen euch 2x wöchentlich mit dem Rückblick auf die NFL Saison 2020. In dieser Folge beschäftigen wir uns mit der zweiten Super Bowl-Division, der AFC West. Neben den Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Chargers und Las Vegas Raiders spielen in dieser Division vor allem die Kansas City Chiefs. Die schafften es, angeführt von Quarterback Patrick Mahomes, vergangene Saison erneut in den Super Bowl. Davon noch recht weit entfernt sind derzeit die anderen drei Teams der Division, die eher im unteren Mittelfeld der Liga rangieren. Wie war die Saison der Teams? Wie können sie sich verbessern? Euch gefällt dieser Podcast - oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eurer Meinung nach mal in einer Sendung behandeln sollten. Oder schreibt unserem Moderator Patrick Rebien direkt per Mail (patr...

Fantasy 'Fessionals Football Podcast
Fantasy 'Fessionals Podcast - Episode 23 - 2.11.2021

Fantasy 'Fessionals Football Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 12, 2021 58:18


Alas, the 2020 NFL season has come to an end and some guy named Brady won the "big game"... In a year that felt so unfamiliar, the end of this NFL season has a familiar feel to it. The guys recap Super Bowl 55 and examine just how the Bucs were able to dominate a previously-dominant Chiefs team... The guys also talk some NFL news stories of the week--RIP Marty Schottenheimer--and then look ahead to the 2021 NFL season and breakdown who has a real chance to lift the Lombardi Trophy next year! Plus, Keith gets one last chance to gloat after a narrow Fantasy Playoff win over Butterball thanks to the Chiefs' Harrison Butker; kickers are people too!!!

Great Dane Nation
Episode 23: Jan Stenerud

Great Dane Nation

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 10, 2021 74:45


On the 23rd episode of “Great Dane Nation,” Morten is joined by his Pro Football Hall of Fame brother and Kansas City Chiefs legend Jan Stenerud (09:09 – 01:03:50). But first, he checks in with TommyFreezePops (Tom Carroll) for a recap of Super Bowl LV, which ended with Tom Brady hoisting his 7th Lombardi Trophy and the Bucs blowing out the Chiefs (01:36).We then move to our interview with Jan, where he discusses a wide array of topics: the amazing journey that led him from a ski jumper in Norway to becoming one of the greatest kickers in the history of the NFL (11:37); the one day that changed his life forever while running the stadium steps at Montana State (17:59); how much his training as a ski jumper had an impact on his success as a kicker (24:05); why he spent his entire career in fear of losing his job (26:01); what he thinks the biggest difference is between kicking now and kicking back in his day (27:44); high praise for Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker (34:15); how he was able to be so successful for so many years, as he had a ten year gap between Pro Bowl appearances (34:41); how the Chiefs were able to get so much Hall of Fame talent in the building at the same time during their dominant run in the 1960s (37:33); why Hank Stram was such a singular talent (43:35); how Lamar Hunt could be so understated, yet so powerful in the game of football (44:03); his thoughts on “Lenny the Cool” (44:16); being teammates with Tom Flores (44:42); burying the hatchet with Marv Levy (45:23); why he can’t find a single flaw in Bart Starr (49:47); why James Lofton gave him grief when they first became teammates (50:36); his relationship with Bud Grant (54:13); remembering the late Chris Doleman (56:04); why Archie Manning was not looking forward to playing against the 1985 Bears (56:41); how fun it is to have the Chiefs as a dominant franchise again (57:49); why it would be hard for him to ever put Andy Reid ahead of Hank Stram (59:10); why he still has Bart Starr as the “GOAT” Packers quarterback (59:43); why Mahomes should already be considered among the greatest Chiefs of all-time (01:00:42); why he can’t give a definitive answer to the “GOAT” kicker question (01:01:18); and how important Jan was to Morten being inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame (01:02:45).Then, TommyFreezePops is joined by Paul Bovi for his weekly check-in with the experts from VegasInsider.com (01:04:36 – 01:10:23). Paul tells us what his biggest takeaway was from a gambling perspective from the Bucs impressive victory in Super Bowl LV (01:05:39). The guys take a look at the early odds for next year’s Super Bowl, and explain the types of numbers you should be looking for if you’re making a futures bet this far in advance (01:06:54).Finally, we close things out with Morten’s “Game Winner” – a weekly segment where Morten monologues his biggest takeaway of the week. This week, he talks about Jan Stenerud, and how his example helped shape Morten’s path as a professional football player (01:10:23)

Time2Football
Super Bowl LV Interviews | JPP, Edwards-Helaire, Butker, Henne & More

Time2Football

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 6, 2021 12:18


In this special Super Bowl LV podcast, Hassan Khan compiles all the interviews he conducted during Super Bowl week with players from both the Chiefs and Buccaneers. The players interviewed are Jason Pierre-Paul, Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Harrison Butker, Tyler Johnson, Chad Henne, Ryan Jensen, and Anthony Sherman. Subscribe to us on YouTube for more content! https://www.youtube.com/time2football

First Class Fatherhood
Super Bowl 55 Media Day

First Class Fatherhood

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2021 21:16


Super Bowl 55 Media Day is a Special Edition Podcast where I ask questions about Fatherhood and Family Life to players from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Kansas City Chiefs who will be playing in Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay. This is my third consecutive year being invited by the NFL to participate in Super Bowl Media Day and this year it was conducted virtually over the course of four days. In this Episode you will hear my questions to Tampa Bay Buccaneers players: Shaquil Barrett, Mike Evans, Ryan Succop, William Gholston, Donovan Smith, Steve McLendon and Ndamukong Suh. Kansas City Chiefs players: Sammy Watkins, Harrison Butker, Chad Henne, Anthony Sherman, Anthony Hitchens and Mike Remmers. Watch On YouTube - https://youtube.com/channel/UCCD6cjYptutjJWYlM0Kk6cQ MY PILLOW - https://www.mypillow.com Promo Code: Fatherhood Save Up To 66% Off 1-800-875-0219 More Ways To Listen - https://linktr.ee/alec_lace First Class Fatherhood Merch - https://shop.spreadshirt.com/first-class-fatherhood-/we+are+not+babysitters-A5d09ea872051763ad613ec8e?productType=812&sellable=3017x1aBoNI8jJe83pw5-812-7&appearance=1 Follow me on instagram - https://instagram.com/alec_lace?igshid=ebfecg0yvbap For information about becoming a Sponsor of First Class Fatherhood please hit me with an email: FirstClassFatherhood@gmail.com --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/alec-lace/support

Pick Six NFL Podcast
Super Bowl LV Top Props & Bets: Complete Kicking Breakdown for Chiefs vs. Bucs (Football 2/4)

Pick Six NFL Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2021 10:48


John Breech joins Will Brinson to break down his 3 favorite kick props for Super Bowl LV, like only he can. Breech picks a side for "both teams to make field goals of 35 yards or longer". He also provides some captivating stats for Harrison Butker and Ryan Succop's extra points and let's you know what distance to target for a first FG prop! 'Pick Six' is available on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, Google Podcasts, Castbox and wherever else you listen to podcasts.  You can listen to Pick Six on your smart speakers! Simply say "Alexa, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast" or "Hey Google, play the latest episode of the Pick Six NFL podcast." Follow the Pick Six team on Twitter: @picksixpod, @willbrinson, @johnbreech Visit the Pick Six YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/picksix Check out the Pick Six Instagram page https://www.instagram.com/picksixpod/?hl=en Join our Facebook group https://www.facebook.com/groups/758548147935545/ For more NFL coverage from CBS Sports, visit https://www.cbssports.com/nfl/ To hear more from the CBS Sports Podcast Network, visit https://www.cbssports.com/podcasts/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Brodie Sports Talk
Super Bowl 55 Preview Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Kansas City Chiefs, Matthew Stafford for Jared Goff Trade Talk, and Where will Deshaun Watson go Trade Talk. Episode 79.

Brodie Sports Talk

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2021 65:59


Caleb is joined by Guest Host Luke Wahlgren and they immediately drive into the Matthew Stafford for Jared Goff + picks trade. We discuss the impacts on the Los Angeles Rams and Detroit Lions. Then they jump into some discussions about potential trade offers for the Houston Texans. Caleb brings up four trades on behalf of the New York Jets, Washington Football Team, Carolina Panthers, and Las Vegas Raiders for Luke to either accept or reject, and then Luke ranks his preference of those four trades. Then it is all about Super Bowl LV. They discuss who they think has the edge in coaching between Bruce Arians and Andy Reid. Then it's off to special teams as this could be a Ryan Succop revenge game or Harrison Butker will kick better. Then they discuss the chess matchups beginning with the Chiefs offense vs the Bucs defense, then move to the Bucs offense against the Chiefs defense. Last but not least in the matchup it's Tom Brady vs Patrick Mahomes. Then Caleb & Luke make their picks and just sit back and wait for Super Bowl Sunday to arrive. Leave a 5 star review on Apple Podcasts. It is Tell a Friend February so make sure you tell a friend about the podcast. Theme music by The Riley Brothers Band. Find them at therileybrothersband.bandcamp.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/brodie-sports/message

Simple Kicking
Joe Sturniolo, High School Kicking Coach, Westminster

Simple Kicking

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2021 55:38


Joe Sturniolo is an Assistant Coach for the Westminster Wildcats in Atlanta, Georgia who spends his time and energy entirely on kickers, punters, and long snappers. This is a rarity because the vast majority, an estimated 0.31% of high school teams have a devoted coach for teaching specialists. This episode of the Simple Kicking Show explores the story behind how it happened, and the tools in the toolbox that have been most helpful for Coach Sturno and the kickers. This kind of story is the type that gets Pat Mcafee excited. In fact, it did in the early 2000s when he and Sturno crossed paths. (That story, too is discussed on this episode.) An additional example of Westminster’s rarity is how the program is a talent hotbed for kickers. Coach Sturno has produced a dozen Division 1 and/or NFL kickers over the past 20 years, which has effectively coined the name for Westminster as “Kicker U.” Led by head coach Gerry Romberg, the program emphasizes special teams and dedicates sufficient resources to plays that take place on 4th down. The kickers and punters work hard, based on the natural athletic abilities that come with them, but Coach Sturno’s passion has contributed to the longevity of “Kicker U.” Here are the most notable names that have come through the program: Harrison Butker, Kansas City Chiefs Kicker (Georgia Tech), Blake Gillikin, New Orleans Saints Punter (Penn State), Alex Gracey, Stanford Punter, Charlie Ham, Duke Kicker, Connor Weselman, Stanford Punter Commit, and one of the nation’s top punting recruits in Alex Bacchetta. Other collegiate kickers and or punters who played under him: Avery Bass, Illinois, Felipe Villahoz, North Carolina, Patrick Knight, All-American Punter at Rhodes College, and many others to come. Kickers and punters are athletes. The inaugural episode of the Simple Kicking Show featured Tyler Brown, who is the Special Teams graduate assistant at the University of Michigan. Tyler, who is the son of Baltimore Ravens Special Teams Coach Randy Brown, shared that some of the best athletes have chosen to become kickers. You can find that episode here: https://youtu.be/yU51BxMCM88 Sturno agrees with Brown that kickers are athletes. An example he gives is on Harrison Butker who he believes could have been a wide receiver in high school, or how Rankin Woley who played baseball at LSU and Auburn, could have been an incredible punter. This episode is for high school coaches who understand athletes, but who may not grasp kicking because here is the good news, neither did Sturniolo when he started 20 years ago. Sturniolo was the head statistician for the Atlanta Falcons and Georgia Tech Football shortly before he became an assistant coach at Westminster. This involved work with the Southeastern Conference and the Sugar Bowl when it was forced to be moved due to Hurricane Katrina to the Georgia Dome in the early 2006. Sturno attributes his knowledge to learning from books, DVDs, YouTube videos, clinics and crossing paths with Matt Bryant, long time kicker for the Atlanta Falcons. As kickers are frequently left to the side, Coach Sturno saw an opportunity to develop them. He disagrees that “practice makes perfect”; instead, he sees that developing good habits leads to better on the field performance in games which is his goal as a guide to the players, otherwise a coaching absence creates a vacuum that actually causes bad habits to solidify. If you are a high school kicking recruit, a high school head football coach, then this episode is for you to explore ways to improve your own team based on Coach Sturno’s experience.

(Almost) Entirely Sports
Harrison Butker bucks the Broncos, 12/7/20

(Almost) Entirely Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 134:42


On the Sports Radio 810 WHB Postgame Show presented by CBD American Shaman and Missouri Lottery, Joshua Brisco breaks down the Kansas City Chiefs' 22-16 over the Denver Broncos, led by Harrison Butker's five field goals and Travis Kelce setting a NFL record. Hear from Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com, Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Additional Programming
Harrison Butker bucks the Broncos, 12/7/20

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 7, 2020 134:42


On the Sports Radio 810 WHB Postgame Show presented by CBD American Shaman and Missouri Lottery, Joshua Brisco breaks down the Kansas City Chiefs' 22-16 over the Denver Broncos, led by Harrison Butker's five field goals and Travis Kelce setting a NFL record. Hear from Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com, Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes and more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

WCAT Chats
Kicking Butt in the Super Bowl, Managing Pressure, and Westminster Memories with Harrison Butker '13

WCAT Chats

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 27, 2020 41:09


Simple Kicking
Jack Fox, NFL Punter, Detroit Lions

Simple Kicking

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 23, 2020 15:30


Jack Fox is the Rookie punter for the Detroit Lions. As of Week 11 in the 2020 season, Fox is currently leading the National Football League (NFL) in punting average gross distance, punting average net distance, and punts over 5.0 seconds of hang time. He also serves as kickoff specialist, and holds on field goals and extra points for Matt Prater. Fox was an undrafted rookie free agent for the Kansas City Chiefs in 2019 from Rice University. The Chiefs signed Jack fox to the Practice Squad. Unfortunately, he did not stay on long enough to receive a Super Bowl LIV ring. Playing with NFL Veterans Dustin Colquitt and Harrison Butker, Jack improved his footwork, hand to foot operation time, becoming more consistent. However, he was cut and deemed not ready to play during the 2019 season. In early 2020, the Detroit Lions signed Fox, although he was under contract with an XFL squad. Fox won the starting punter job over Arryn Siposs in Training Camp 2020. In this episode of the Special Teams Lounge, Jack looks back at his first 10 games as an NFL Specialist, and how his simple mindset has him nationally recognized as a league leader. Fox’s punting statistics are unheard of for a Rookie Punter. He is averaging 50.6 yards per punt, 46.3 net yards per punt, 17 punts inside the 20, and over 10 punts clocked over 5.0 seconds of hang time. Follow @SimpleKicking on: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/simplekicking Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/simplekicking Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/simplekicking Web: https://www.simplekicking.com

Additional Programming
11-9-2020 Darren & Sterling - Steve Walls as Guest

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 50:46


Darren and Sterling are joined by Steve Walls as they breakdown the Chiefs win over the Carolina Panthers. They talk about Mahomes and Harrison Butker before getting into some other NFL scores and highlights.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Terez Paylor Show
11/9/20 - The Terez Paylor Show

The Terez Paylor Show

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 43:43


Terez Paylor of Yahoo! Sports and our own Jay Binkley react to the Chiefs' 32-30 win over the Carolina Panthers. Also, the guys break down Andy's latest trick play, Harrison Butker's XP struggles, go Around the NFL, and more.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Show & Vern
11/09 - 11 am - Bill Maas

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 44:30


We're joined by former Chief Bill Maas for our weekly chat as the Chiefs head into their week 10 bye. Bill isn't ready to say the Chiefs are definitively the best team in football but they are right there in the mix. The Harrison Butker extra points troubles continue and we're blaming it all on Cody. Willie Gay only got 15 defensive snaps yesterday but he seemed to make an impact whenever he was on the field. The bye is the time for them to implement him fully into the defense. Andy Reid says the Chiefs will likely try some more aggressive play calling after they were forced to against Matt Rhule and the Panthers.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Addict Podcast
Panthers Postgame: What the Hell is Wrong with Harrison Butker?

Arrowhead Addict Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 9, 2020 41:28


The Kansas City Chiefs are 8-1 and heading into their Bye Week but we're kind of grumpy. Make no mistake, we're thrilled that Kansas City has such a great record but as we reach the halfway point of the season, it is time to talk about some of this team's flaws.  In this episode:  What the hell is wrong with Butker?  Is Spags blitzing too much?  Congratulations to Andy Reid Earning their Arrowheads  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium - Chiefs coordinators, Chris Jones, Tyreek Hill, Harrison Butker

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 31, 2020 56:04


Hear from: Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy (0:30), defensive coordinator Steve Spagnuolo (11:13), defensive tackle Chris Jones (19:52), wide receiver Tyreek Hill (27:35), special teams coordinator Dave Toub (38:06) and kicker Harrison Butker (46:52) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Show & Vern
10/30 - 1 pm - Andy

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 30, 2020 45:21


We head out to Arrowhead to hear from Andy Reid and get a final injury update before the Chiefs game against the Jets. Also, we hear from Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill and Harrison Butker. Our friend from SI.com Ben Heisler joins the show to discuss his favorite picks against Gold this week and our final game predictions before Sunday.   See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Pigskin and Pylon Podcast - NFL Week 7 - Chiefs vs Broncos

"Pigskin & Pylon"

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 27, 2020 60:22


This week we Jeff, Shane, and Dan talk about the Chiefs game vs the Denver Broncos. Join us as we discus the Snow game where it was all Defense and Special Teams for the Chiefs as Drew Lock and his offense just couldnt get going. Also this weeks notable mentions are Leveon Bell, Dirty Dan Sorenson, Harrison Butker and Byron Pringle.

Arrowhead Addict Podcast
Chiefs crush Broncos: Post-game reaction and awards

Arrowhead Addict Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 26, 2020 62:24


The Kansas City Chiefs beat the Denver Broncos 43-16 Sunday, making it ten straight victories against their division rival.  There were some mild concerns. Harrison Butker missed another extra point, his fifth of the season. The offense was a little clunky but I chalk that up mostly to the weird game flow. Le'Veon Bell also made his debut and looked really strong. I think we should all light a candle for the New York Jets this week because next week's game could get ugly.  Check out the podcast as Matt Verderame and I broke down all the action from Sunday's thrashing. We also answered a few fan questions and handed out a couple of awards, one involving Bobby Sippio.  As always, please subscribe and leave us a review over at Apple Podcasts. Your support means the world to us. Seriously.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Mellinger Minutes For Your Ears
NFL vs. colleges on COVID, and lots of Chiefs talk

Mellinger Minutes For Your Ears

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 9, 2020 23:26


This show is going to be a little different every week, and this week we’re starting off with, basically, a column on the disconnect between how COVID-19 cases are being discussed publicly in the NFL vs. college football. It doesn’t make sense. Then we get to the questions: Harrison Butker’s misses, the next man up after Eric Bieniemy gets a head coaching job, the Chiefs’ biggest rival and how to get into this weird business. The last section is built around a point Patrick Mahomes made this week, and expanding it more broadly in a way that highlights who he is. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arrowhead Addict Podcast
Chiefs beat Patriots to move to 4-0

Arrowhead Addict Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2020 37:56


The Kansas City Chiefs beat the New England Patriots, 26-10 in a game that nearly didn't happen. After Patriots quarterback Cam Newton tested positive for COVID, the game, which was supposed to be played Sunday, was postponed and moved to Monday Night.  Join Matt Verderame and Patrick Allen (who has his podcast "flu game") as they break down all the action from Monday Night and set the table for Raider Week!  In this episode:  -Earning Their Arrowheads -The Brodie Croyle Award for Being a Disgrace to the Position of Quarterback  -What the Futker? Should we be worried about Harrison Butker?  -Will the Chiefs go 14-2? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Play it Her Way
Play it Her Way - Ep. 5: NFL Recap Week 2

Play it Her Way

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 26:35


Haley and Olivia discuss Week 2 of the NFL season. Tom Brady and the Buccaneers get their first win, Gardner Minshew continues to impress and Harrison Butker comes up big late for the Chiefs.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

The Daily Hustle Podcast
Just keep kicking

The Daily Hustle Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2020 5:08


Was watching the end of the Kansas City Chiefs game a couple weeks ago when place kicker Harrison Butker calmly trotted out to the field to kick a game winning 53 yard field goal...  The snap, the hold, the kick... GOOD!  Wait... There was a late whistle just a Butker was striking the ball. The Chiefs had a false start penalty called against them and now Butker was going to have to do it all over again from 5 yards further back. This second attempt was going to be from 58 yards, which Butker proved he has the leg for by drilling a 58 yarder earlier in the game... For historical reference, only 1 other player in the history of the NFL has ever hit two 58 plus yard field goals in the same game. Undeterred, Butker stepped up from 58 and hammered the football with his right foot and split the uprights once again...  One problem though... The Chargers called time out right before the kick so the field goal did not count and Butker was going to have to do it all over again for a third time!!! On his third attempt, Butker stepped up and made his 3rd consecutive game winning field goal and was immediately mobbed by his team and subsequently hoisted into the air and carried off the field... So often in life, we do everything we need to do to be successful and then our efforts get ruined by unforeseen happenings... At this point we have a choice to make, take our ball and go home or step the fuck up and do whatever is in our power to figure out a way to get the job done... Two times in a row Butker did his job but his works were trashed by a penalty and a bullshit time out call... Yet, instead of folding, he used these two mishaps as stepping stones and achieved legendary status by making a third consecutive game winning kick from a mind blowing distance. Harrison Butker isn't super human and a few years ago he was a practice squad player wondering  if he would ever get a chance to kick in the NFL... Butker had no choice but to simply focus on what was within his control (attitude and effort) and let go of everything else... Seems like that “JUST KEEP KICKING” approach is working out pretty well for him.

The Floater
The Floater Episode 95: Week 3 NFL Pick Em

The Floater

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020 57:09


Welcome back to episode 95 of The Floater. Today is week 3 NFL Pick Em. The guys go over how they did last week and make their picks for week 3. Listen in to hear Sammy's take about Justin Tucker and Harrison Butker.

It's Always Sunny in Chiefs Kingdom
The Gang Kicks Butts

It's Always Sunny in Chiefs Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 25, 2020 75:51


This week Austin and Taylor recap the ridiculous kicking performance by the Chiefs placekicker Harrison Butker in Kansas City's 23-20 overtime victory over the Los Angeles Chargers, they debut a brand new Discord server for podcast listeners (DM Taylor on Twitter for a link @Taylor_Witt) and they preview the colossal showdown on Monday Night Football against the Baltimore Ravens. Tell your friends!

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
AP Editors Show - TIME's Patrick Mahomes, protected practice squad players, KC-BAL questions (Ep. 33)

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 43:29


On today's show: A brief Chiefs injury review (1:57), Patrick Mahomes is a TIME's most influential person (3:53), Harrison Butker wins a weekly award (9:20), Chiefs protect two practice squad players (12:08), five questions headed into Monday Night Football (17:32) and the best Chiefs thing I heard all week (38:17) Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Show & Vern
09/24 - 10 am - Harrison Butker

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 46:25


The Chiefs have their toughest test of the season on Monday and Cody thinks if they fall to the Ravens there is actually a benefit that we're overlooking. Gold thinks you benefit from finding a way to win tough games. Mike Pennell should be available after his 2 game suspension this week. We try to figure out how big of an impact he could truly have on the run defense. We're joined by Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker fresh off his AFC special teams player of the week win and try to get some kicker trash talk going between he and Justin Tucker. Reese's is adding pretzels to their candy and we have Daniel, this weeks Guillotine team that got the ax.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Roughing the Kicker
Harrison Butker Appreciation Podcast

Roughing the Kicker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2020 20:06


Following Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker's massive performance against the Los Angeles Chargers on Sunday, we are appreciating Butker on today's episode. Mark Van Sickle joins Tucker Franklin to chat about Butker's rise to where he is now and how he's the best kicker in the league.

Arrowhead Live!
The Kingdom Rewind: Episode 12

Arrowhead Live!

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 52:41


Shawn and Roman discuss Lin Elliot, the 95 Divisional game, and how far the Chiefs have come with kicker Harrison Butker. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app

Keeper Of The Games
Keeper of the Games - Episode 36 - September 23, 2020

Keeper Of The Games

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 76:30


We're back with a brand new episode of Keeper of the Games! We're the Wildly Underqualified, Yet Mildly Entertaining Sports Podcast for Wichita & Beyond! Join Tommy Castor and Weston Mills for our brand new episode! (02:41): Let's recap week 2 for the Kansas City Chiefs. It was an ugly win but a win is a win after all as the Chiefs beat the Chargers 23-20 in OT on a Harrison Butker 58 yard field goal. We discuss the Chargers defense giving the Chiefs problems, some concerns defensively for the Chiefs and the hero of the day, Harrison Butker. But do you ever feel like you're out of it when Patrick Mahomes is your QB? The guys also talk about the upcoming Monday Night Football matchup against the Ravens where the Chiefs are actually underdogs. (35:35): At the time of this recording, both the Kansas Jayhawks and the Kansas State Wildcats are on schedule to play their respective games on Saturday against Baylor (for KU) and Oklahoma (for KSU), but there are COVID-19 concerns for both games. Tommy and Weston discuss those issues and if the games are played, is there anyway either KS team can cover the spread. (48:54): Gregg Marshall held his Opening Press Conference as the Wichita State Shockers get geared up for the 2020-21 season. The guys talk about his remarks on his team and the chemistry that Marshall hopes to have this season that may have been lacking last season for WSU. (56:00) Welp, the Royals season is over. They are mathematically eliminated from playoff contention. The guys talk about what went wrong in the final week of the regular season and give a shoutout to one of the bright lights for KC this year, Salvador Perez. (1:00:10): Our #WichitaWhiparound focuses on prep football around the Wichita metro. The guys update the City League, metro schools and a recap the big Week 3 matchup of Derby vs. Bishop Carroll. There are also some COVID-19 concerns for Derby and Campus High School for their football squads. Also, the guys touch on the Wichita Open starting at Crestview Country Club on Thursday and an update on the COVID testing for players and everyone working the event. (1:11:15): Our #FinallyFunny is all about Andy Reid's face shield and the drastic improvement from Week 1 to Week 2 on the sideline. Shout out to the Chiefs equipment manager and some incredible de-fogging product for Big Red. Make sure to hit subscribe so you never miss an episode. You can listen on iTunes, Google Podcasts, Spotify, iHeartRadio, TuneIn Radio and more! Watch full episodes on YouTube and Facebook by searching for Keeper of the Games. Follow us on Twitter and Instagram @KOGpod. Follow Weston @Wmills94 and Tommy @TweetsFromTommy. #KOGpod

TB Test
September 23rd, 2020

TB Test

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2020 57:35


After a week hiatus, THE BOYS ARE BACK IN TOWN for another hoggy episode of the TB Test! Toef and Beam are recapping the first two weeks of the NFL season with the biggest surprises, injury news, poodle teams, and everything in between! Big shots for big players! In lieu of AD's clutch game winning shot versus the Denver Nuggets and Harrison Butker's three game winning kicks, the boys are running it back with their TB Test Myspace Top 8 snake draft discussing some of the clutchest moments in sports! The fellas also recap the US Open aka the Bryson Open from his weekend runaway at the second major championship of the year! The Bryson Era has begun. The boys also wrap this episode up like a Christmas gift and bring it bring it back with a little bit of MAW or NAW action! Like, Subscribe, and leave a review son!!!

Fountain City Sports Media
Crushable Cast: Chiefs vs Chargers Instant Reaction

Fountain City Sports Media

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 38:36


"I Have Come Here to Chew Bubblegum, and Kick Field Goals"  On this Crushable Cast, Rhys and Armando talk about Harrison Butker and his titanium leg (1:20), discuss the sudden and respectable debut of Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert (6:45), Rhys plays whistleblower to the consistently inconsistent officiating (15:37), and what kept the offense stuck in second gear (22:11).  

Total Coverage with Kirk Morrison
The Onside Kick That Saved the Cowboys, and the Return of Spider 2 Y Banana

Total Coverage with Kirk Morrison

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 39:55


Kirk Morrison is joined by former NFL Kicker and CBS Sports NFL and College Football Analyst Jay Feely who broke down the Cowboys' onside kick to defeat the Falcons, Harrison Butker's performance against the Chargers, and Stephen Gostkowski's early-season slump. Then, Kirk dives into some of his favorite plays of the week, including Seattle's stop to win the game against the Patriots, DK Metcalf's 54-yard TD, and the Raiders' first touchdown at their new stadium. 

Sports Daily
A strange Chiefs/Chargers game in week 2

Sports Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 25:04


Dan Israel, Chiefs Radio Network joins Sports Daily to discuss Harrison Butker's amazing kicks, a mysterious sub quarterback and the nuts and bolts of the Chiefs/Chargers game.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Interception – Der Football-Talk – meinsportpodcast.de
Pleiten, Pech und Pannen in Woche 2

Interception – Der Football-Talk – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 58:26


Nick Bosa, Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Drew Lock die Verletztenliste in Woche zwei ist lang wie lange nicht mehr. Zahlreiche Teams müssen dabei einige Woche auf wichtige Spieler verzichten. Besonders hart erwischt hat es die San Francisco 49ers und die Denver Broncos. Sportlich gesehen reden Sebastian Mühlenhof (@Seppmaster56) und Florian Schmitt (@Flosch1006) über das Mega-Comeback der Dallas Cowboys gegen die Atlanta Falcons. Dabei sorgten die Falcons für einen Negativrekord. Das Gegenteil war bei Justin Herbert der Fall, der bei seinem Debüt für die Los Angeles Chargers überzeugte. Beeindruckend war auch Josh Allen, der die Buffalo Bills bisher zu zwei Siegen führten. Dabei lässt seine Leistung auf mehr hoffen. Einen richtigen Schlagabtausch gab es auch beim Spiel der Seattle Seahawks gegen die New England Patriots. Dort präsentierten sich beide Offenses von der besten Seite. Euch gefällt dieser Podcast oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eu...

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NFL – meinsportpodcast.de
Pleiten, Pech und Pannen in Woche 2

NFL – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 58:26


Nick Bosa, Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Drew Lock die Verletztenliste in Woche zwei ist lang wie lange nicht mehr. Zahlreiche Teams müssen dabei einige Woche auf wichtige Spieler verzichten. Besonders hart erwischt hat es die San Francisco 49ers und die Denver Broncos. Sportlich gesehen reden Sebastian Mühlenhof (@Seppmaster56) und Florian Schmitt (@Flosch1006) über das Mega-Comeback der Dallas Cowboys gegen die Atlanta Falcons. Dabei sorgten die Falcons für einen Negativrekord. Das Gegenteil war bei Justin Herbert der Fall, der bei seinem Debüt für die Los Angeles Chargers überzeugte. Beeindruckend war auch Josh Allen, der die Buffalo Bills bisher zu zwei Siegen führten. Dabei lässt seine Leistung auf mehr hoffen. Einen richtigen Schlagabtausch gab es auch beim Spiel der Seattle Seahawks gegen die New England Patriots. Dort präsentierten sich beide Offenses von der besten Seite. Euch gefällt dieser Podcast oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eu...

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American Football – meinsportpodcast.de
Pleiten, Pech und Pannen in Woche 2

American Football – meinsportpodcast.de

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 22, 2020 58:26


Nick Bosa, Christian McCaffrey, Saquon Barkley, Drew Lock die Verletztenliste in Woche zwei ist lang wie lange nicht mehr. Zahlreiche Teams müssen dabei einige Woche auf wichtige Spieler verzichten. Besonders hart erwischt hat es die San Francisco 49ers und die Denver Broncos. Sportlich gesehen reden Sebastian Mühlenhof (@Seppmaster56) und Florian Schmitt (@Flosch1006) über das Mega-Comeback der Dallas Cowboys gegen die Atlanta Falcons. Dabei sorgten die Falcons für einen Negativrekord. Das Gegenteil war bei Justin Herbert der Fall, der bei seinem Debüt für die Los Angeles Chargers überzeugte. Beeindruckend war auch Josh Allen, der die Buffalo Bills bisher zu zwei Siegen führten. Dabei lässt seine Leistung auf mehr hoffen. Einen richtigen Schlagabtausch gab es auch beim Spiel der Seattle Seahawks gegen die New England Patriots. Dort präsentierten sich beide Offenses von der besten Seite. Euch gefällt dieser Podcast oder ihr habt Kritik, Fragen oder Anregungen? Dann freuen wir uns, wenn wir von euch hören. Lasst uns gerne bei iTunes eine Rezension und ein bisschen Feedback da. Schreibt uns, was ihr gut oder auch schlecht findet, oder welche Themen wir eu...

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Additional Programming
9-21-2020 Darren & Sterling - Todd Leabo as Guest

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 50:45


Sterling and Darren are joined by Todd Leabo as they recap the Chiefs week 2 victory over the Chargers. They give game grades as well as talk about Harrison Butker and his clutch heroics. They finish the show talking betting and giving Darren a hard time for his prop bets.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0
PMS 2.0 254 - OVERREACTION MONDAY. NFL Week 2 Recap, Harrison Butker, Matt Hasselbeck & Charles Robinson

The Pat McAfee Show 2.0

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 80:01


On today's show, Pat and the boys overreact to everything that happened this weekend in the NFL, including Russell Wilson being incredible at football, the Chiefs clawing back to a victory with Harrison Butker's game-winning kick after Justin Herbert's effort, plus Pat gives his worst three teams in the NFL as opposed to his top three, and everything else that was noteworthy. Joining the show to overreact to everything is 17 year NFL QB, 3x Pro Bowler, co-host of Sunday NFL Countdown, and friend of the program, Matt Hasselbeck. Pat and Matt overreact to this weekend of football, including whether or not Russell Wilson is the best QB ever, whether or not Josh Allen is for real, Justin Herbert's big day in LA, if the Vikings should be concerned with Kirk Cousins' play, what it's like feeling the rush in the pocket, and who he likes for tonight's game between the Raiders and Saints (1:40-27:53). Next, Super Bowl Champion, the man who hit multiple 50+ yard field goals against the Chargers including a 58 yard game winner (which was also a franchise record), Chiefs Kicker, Harrison Butker. Pat and Harrison chat about his mentality leading up to the kick, what he's done in the offseason to strengthen his leg, why he felt good from 70 on Sunday, and his thoughts about the onside kick by Greg Zuerlein in the Cowboys v. Falcons game (27:55-47:30). Lastly, Yahoo Sports NFL Insider and friend of the show, Charles Robinson joins the program. Pat and Charles chat about all the injuries from Sunday and Charles gives an update on many of the players and how serious he thinks the injuries may be, what he's hearing about who's on the coaching hot seat, and what San Francisco is going to do after being hammered by the injury bug (49:30-1:06:29). Don't forget to subscribe to youtube.com/thepatmcafeeshow as we approach 1 million subscribers and our biggest giveaway ever, and listen every day from Noon-3 Eastern on Mad Dog Sports radio, SiriusXM Channel 82. We appreciate you all for listening. Come and laugh with us, cheers.

SportsBeat KC
Chiefs kick their way to victory at SoFi. Let’s talk about it

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 50:39


Just another ho-hum victory for the Chiefs on Sunday? Uh, no. Playing the Los Angeles Chargers in the team’s first game in its new home, the $5 billion SoFi Stadium, the Chiefs got off a slow start and fell behind by 11 points in the second half. But as they did throughout last season’s Super Bowl run they battled back. This time, forcing overtime before taking the 23-20 triumph. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes was clutch and his long touchdown pass to Tyreek Hill and two-point conversion toss to Mecole Hardman in the fourth quarter go on his highlight reel. But the game’s hero was kicker Harrison Butker, who booted three field goals, including a 58 yarder to win the game. It was his second 58 yard field goal of the contest. That distances matched the team record. After the game, the Chiefs coverage team of Sam Mellinger, Vahe Greorgian, Sam McDowell, Herbie Teope and Pete Grathoff joined SportsBeat Live host Blair Kerkhoff and breaking down the game’s highs and lows. After a break, you’ll hear from Butker and his confidence in the game-winning attempt. Story links: Chiefs beat Chargers with less than their best. But now what? Even when they look like they’re out of it, well, the Chiefs aren’t really out of it Harrison Butker finds great moments to add depth to his kicking game How one Patrick Mahomes throw got Chiefs back to playing like their old selves Chiefs Andy Reid raises concerns about Chargers “very questionable” hit on Sammy Watkins Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Show & Vern
09/21 - 11 am - Bill Maas

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 44:33


Bill Maas joins the show for his weekly appearance to discuss yesterdays thrilling Chiefs win. The Chiefs didn't look great but when you want to be the best team in football you still manage to win games like this against inferior teams. L'Jarius Sneed pulled off another interception yesterday against the Chargers. He currently leads the league with 2 INT's. The Royals are down to the final week of the season. Gold still believes the Chiefs defense can be top 5 and Harrison Butker should be in the Justin Tucker conversation.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Sports Daily
Chiefs and Cowboys provide drama

Sports Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 24:50


Harrison Butker hit two 58-yard field goals and Greg Zuerlein executed a perfect onside kick in a pair of ridiculous NFL games.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Fescoe in the Morning
09/21 - 7 am - Coming For The Belt

Fescoe in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 33:44


Harrison Butker tied the record yesterday, but now he's coming for the belt. Plus, our weekly chat with Derrick Johnson & the Chiefs will only be better because of this.  See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

4th and 1
4th & 1: Butker delivers game-winner as Chiefs move to 2-0

4th and 1

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 23:53


The Chiefs secured their second victory of the season when kicker Harrison Butker drilled a 58-yard field goal in overtime Sunday at the Los Angeles Charger. Co-hosts Tod Palmer and Nick Jacobs breakdown how the Chiefs escaped LA with their first AFC win of the season. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Kansas City Sports Monitor
The Monitor - Sunday, September 20, 2020

Kansas City Sports Monitor

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 46:06


In this episode I discuss the following:The chargers controlled most of the game Sunday but Patrick Mahomes and Harrison Butker wouldn't let the Chiefs lose.There were a lot of injuries in the NFL this weekend.The Royals were swept in Milwaukee this weekend.The Royals 2021 starting rotation could be quite a battle.Baylor's football game this week was canceled because of the virus but you won't believe what I tell you about one player who wasn't going to be allowed to play.The Big Ten has it out for Nebraska.  I will tell you what the conference did to the Huskers because of the way the Huskers questioned the conference when it canceled fall sports.Sporting lost because of bad defense.  You won't believe how they gave up the game-losing goal.The Kansas City Sports Monitor is news and analysis for the thinking fan. It is informative and entertaining without being outrageous.I can be reached by email at bob.sloop@kcsportsmonitor.com or on Twitter at @KCSportsMonitor.

Arrowhead Addict Podcast
Chiefs beat Chargers: All hail Harrison Butker

Arrowhead Addict Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 60:50


The Kansas City Chiefs stumbled early but found a way to pull out a tight overtime victory against a scrappy Los Angeles Chargers team led by Justin Herbert. Join Matt Verderame and Patrick Allen as they break down all the action. In this episode:  Game Reaction and Analysis Earning Their Arrowheads AFC Contenders and Pretenders Fan Questions from:  Nate Taylor (@taylonr), William Berry (@williamberry88), Spider Woman! (@spiderwomn6), Brian Foss (@brian_foss) and @Gr8tGooglyMoogly. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Additional Programming
Chiefs Beat Chargers in Overtime Nail-Biter, 9/20/20

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 125:23


After the Kansas City Chiefs' nail-biting victory over the Los Angeles Chargers highlighted by an incredible game from kicker Harrison Butker, Joshua Brisco broke down all of the action on the Sports Radio 810 WHB Postgame Show, presented by CBD American Shaman and Missouri Lottery. Hear from Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, Harrison Butker, Tyreek Hill and Justin Herbert, plus Matt Derrick of Chiefs Digest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

(Almost) Entirely Sports
Chiefs Beat Chargers in Overtime Nail-Biter, 9/20/20

(Almost) Entirely Sports

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 125:23


After the Kansas City Chiefs' nail-biting victory over the Los Angeles Chargers highlighted by an incredible game from kicker Harrison Butker, Joshua Brisco broke down all of the action on the Sports Radio 810 WHB Postgame Show, presented by CBD American Shaman and Missouri Lottery. Hear from Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes, Harrison Butker, Tyreek Hill and Justin Herbert, plus Matt Derrick of Chiefs Digest. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs
Chiefs Survive Overtime in SoFi to Beat Chargers and Go to 2-0 w/ Matt Derrick

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2020 34:04


Chiefs played a messy game but made it to overtime to beat the Los Angeles Chargers! ChiefsDigest.com Editor Matt Derrick joins us. Patrick Mahomes is a Force, Harrison Butker is amazing and Tyrann Mathieu is irreplaceable!

Additional Programming
Sports Saturday Hour 2

Additional Programming

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2020 53:35


Ben Walnick from Let It Fly Media joins the show to discuss how his company is making golf a lot cooler. Country singer/songwriter Blaine Howard calls in to the show to discuss performing in the era of Covid-19 and finally we listen in to the Chiefs training camp Zoom meeting with Eric Bieniemy, Tyrann Mathieu, Austin Reiter, and Harrison Butker. - PS - Continued in hour 3 See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium - Eric Bieniemy, Tyrann Mathieu, Harrison Butker and Austin Reiter

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 22, 2020 36:45


On today's show: Kansas City Chiefs offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy (0:37), safety Tyrann Mathieu (10:35), kicker Harrison Butker (20:15) and center Austin Reiter (27:29). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Show & Vern
08/20 - 11 am - Dave Toub

Show & Vern

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2020 48:35


The NFL is discussing a postseason bubble to help combat the pandemic after the success of the NBA postseason bubble. We head out to Chiefs training camp to get an update from todays practice. Tyreek Hill suffered a hamstring injury and Alex Okafor is dealing with a calf injury. Special teams coordinator Dave Toub speaks with the media about the guys that have impressed him the most. We're also joined by Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker to discuss his clothing line, and what it's like with Dustin Colquitt.  See omnystudio.com/policies/listener for privacy information.

Life to the Fullest by EF3 LIFE
Fit Friday: Role Model Athletes & Living Out Their Faith Inside & Outside the Game

Life to the Fullest by EF3 LIFE

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 5, 2020 33:22


Sports stars are always being watched and have such a platform to leave a lasting impression on people, especially young fans.  The greatest players work tireless on their game to be the best and yet there are some exceptional ones like Tim Tebow, Kobe Bryant, and Harrison Butker who live out their faith.  These guys are true examples of what it means to be a leader in their respective sports & work towards bettering our world as positive role models. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/dan-jason-ef3/message

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
From the Podium: Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Mitch Schwartz, assistants

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2020 116:13


It's an eight-press conference episode of From the Podium. Here is the podcast map: running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (1:01), right tackle Mitch Schwartz (13:42), kicker Harrison Butker (35:12), running backs coach Deland McCullough (50:13), defensive line coach Brendan Daly (1:05:01), defensive backs coach Sam Madison (1:20:05), linebackers coach Matt House (1:31:57) and assistant special teams coach Andy Hill (1:41:20). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Fescoe in the Morning
Harrison Butker Interview

Fescoe in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 9:00


Fescoe in the Morning
05/07 - Harrison Butker

Fescoe in the Morning

Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2020 8:30


Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker joins the guys in support of the Tyrann Mathieu Foundation COVID-19 Relief Radiothon. 

Roughing the Kicker
Chiefs All-Time Leading Scorer Nick Lowery, The Most Interesting Person in the World, 2/20/20

Roughing the Kicker

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 20, 2020 45:22


Joshua Brisco, Rudy Salazar and Beards McFly are joined by Kansas City Chiefs Hall of Fame Kicker, Nick Lowery, to talk about the Chiefs winning the Super Bowl, his upbringing going from Dartmouth to the NFL to working in the White House, Harrison Butker and much more. Josh and Rudy talk about the impact and validation that the former players for the organization have now that the Chiefs have won the Super Bowl and how great it is for them.

Searching for More
Super Bowl-winning kicker doubles as altar server for Latin Mass! #50

Searching for More

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 19, 2020 18:16


Earlier this year, Harrison Butker achieved the dream of every NFL player - to win a Super Bowl. But you may not know that the Kansas City Chiefs' star kicker has a deep spiritual life. On the weekends he trades his uniform and cleats for altar server vestments and serves at Latin Mass at his local parish in Kansas City. Hear all about this pro athlete's faith story.

ENN with Peter Rosenberg
ENN with Peter Rosenberg: 2/11/20

ENN with Peter Rosenberg

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 11, 2020 26:45


On Tuesday's ENN, Trevor Bauer isn't thrilled with Rob Manfred, Harrison Butker reflects on the turning point of the Super Bowl and we discuss the greatest upset in sports history.

Down the Pipe & Natty Lite
DPNL: Super Bowlin' and Football 'Crootin

Down the Pipe & Natty Lite

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 7, 2020 38:15


This week, Levi and Cole discuss what was one of the more entertaining Super Bowls in recent memory, but not without giving some love to Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker. The guys also talked about the latest 2020 and 2021 football commitments and what they can do for the team going forward. Interestingly enough, the kicker we talk about actually decommitted WHILE WE WERE RECORDING.

U.S. Grace Force with Fr. Richard Heilman and Doug Barry
What It Means To Be St. Joseph Strong - With Bishop Donald Hying

U.S. Grace Force with Fr. Richard Heilman and Doug Barry

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 5, 2020 58:08


We have the great privilege of talking with Bishop Donald Hying of the Diocese of Madison (Fr. Heilman's Bishop). Together, we explore the amazing conversion story of KC Chiefs (Super Bowl Champs) kicker, Harrison Butker, as a way to see what it means to be St. Joseph Strong. Harrison's story was heaven sent for our time with Bishop Hying, as Harrison's story is going viral, and is really resonating with a multitude of searching men.------------------------------You can help us spread this message by donating a few dollars a month by becoming a Patron!: https://www.patreon.com/user?u=25398590 Join the Grace Force here!: https://usgraceforce.com/More from Fr. Richard HeilmanTo follow more of Fr. Richard Heilman’s teachings, subscribe to the podcast of his Sunday homilies on Apple Podcasts or Google Play Music, or browse through them on the St. Mary of Pine Bluff Catholic Church web site. Also follow Father’s writings on the U.S. Grace Force and Roman Catholic Man web sites.More from Doug BarryFollow Doug on his YouTube channel and read more on the Battle Ready web site.U.S. Grace Force GearOfficial USGF gear can be purchased from the USGF Store,includuing Combat Rosaries, prayer books, scapular medals, T-shirts, caps, holy water and blessed salt flasks, and the Peace Through Strength Challenge Coin. Check out the USGF collection, powered by Roman Catholic Gear. Subscribe to the Grace Force Podcast on YouTubeListen to the podcast on PodbeanListen to the podcast on SpotifyListen to the podcast on iHeart RadioListen to the podcast on Google Play MusicListen to the podcast on StitcherFollow the podcast on Twitter

The Catholic Underground
CU Weekly 414: Point Conversion.

The Catholic Underground

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 58:30


This week, we talk about Kansas City Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker's love for The Mass, the need for heroes, and discuss the gift of priestly celibacy. All this and our picks of the week!

The Gridiron NFL Show
TGS 334 - The Kansas City Chiefs are SB54 Champions

The Gridiron NFL Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 3, 2020 50:21


The Chiefs are champions for the first time in 50 years! We break the game down, the performance of Patrick Mahomes, the performance for better and for worse of both head coaches and what next for these two teams... expect a Will Gavin rant...And we hear from the Chiefs locker Room, including Tyrann Mathieu, Bashaud Breeland, Kendall Fuller, Matt Moore and Harrison Butker.The Gridiron show for the final time this week with Currys PC World and Go Pro! For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy

The Devlin Radio Show
Ryan Sakamoto: How the 49ers and the Chiefs match up in the Super Bowl

The Devlin Radio Show

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 2, 2020 6:23


It has been a while since a Super Bowl has appeared to be such a toss-up. This one between the NFC champion San Francisco 49ers and the AFC champ Kansas City Chiefs is a difficult game to judge.The 49ers (15-3) have gone from the No. 2 pick in the draft last April to the verge of another championship. The Chiefs (14-4) were in the AFC title contest last year and fell in overtime.In 2019, both teams were dynamic and won a bunch of big games. Now they meet in the biggest one.Here's how the Chiefs and 49ers match up in the Super Bowl:WHEN THE CHIEFS HAVE THE BALLIt's not difficult to figure out how the Chiefs will approach any game. QB Patrick Mahomes (15) will test defenses with his arm and skill for reading schemes. He has game-breakers in WRs Tyreek Hill (10) and Sammy Watkins (14), which means single coverage on either is a gamble. TE Travis Kelce (87) is a first-down machine and a clutch performer all around.Damien Williams (26) keys the backfield and comes off two exceptional postseason showings, even though Mahomes has often been the leading rusher by creating the way he did in the AFC championship game with a brilliant tap dance down the sideline for a go-ahead score.That puts a huge onus on the Niners to get an effective pass rush, something they have done virtually every week. They will harass Mahomes with a front seven led by rookie Nick Bosa (97), a force on the outside. DT DeForest Buckner (99) has had a strong impact, and LBs Fred Warner (54) and Kwon Alexander (56), who is finally healthy, are formidable. Having edge rusher Dee Ford (55), who was a Chief last season, bolsters the unit.They will challenge a good Kansas City offensive line anchored by RT Mitchell Schwartz (71) and LT Eric Fisher (72). But if the O-line holds true, San Francisco could struggle in coverage against the speedy Chiefs wideouts. CB Richard Sherman (25) remains outstanding, even if the rest of the secondary isn't at his level.WHEN THE 49ERS HAVE THE BALLAfter seeing the star turn by RB Raheem Mostert (31) against Green Bay, the Chiefs must be wary of what usually is a three-pronged rushing attack. Tevin Coleman (26), if healthy, and Matt Breida (22) give QB Jimmy Garoppolo options in the backfield, although Mostert is certain to be the main man. They operate behind a veteran line led by LT Joe Staley (74) and second-year RT Mike McGlinchey, and Kyle Juszczyk (44) is the NFL's top fullback — as a blocker and receiver.If the Niners run the ball effectively, it could open some wide spaces for All-Pro TE George Kittle (85), the most dynamic offensive player they have. Kittle is a difference-maker who will force the Chiefs to use double coverage at times. S Tyrann Mathieu (32) will see a lot of Kittle, and S Daniel Sorensen (49), who has had a monstrous playoffs, will be in the mix.Covering WRs Emmanuel Sanders (17), Kendrick Bourne (84) and emerging rookie Deebo Samuel (19), who is fearless going over the middle, is another chore the Chiefs must handle well. That will require big-time contributions up front from Chris Jones (92) and Frank Clark (55) and LBs Anthony Hitchens (53) and Damien Wilson (54).SPECIAL TEAMSKansas City has a dangerous kick returner in Mecole Hardman (19), one of the NFL's fastest players. The rookie does get antsy to return the ball, though, and that can lead to bad decisions. Harrison Butker (7) is a reliable placekicker with good range. He did miss three extra points, one fewer than his misses on field goals. Veteran punter Dustin Colquitt (2) had a kick blocked by the Texans for a TD, but he's generally reliable.So is San Francisco PK Robbie Gould (9), in his 15th pro season. He kicked in a Super Bowl for the Bears in 2007, so this stage won't unnerve him. Punter Mitch Wishnowsky is a mere pup in comparison, finishing off his first NFL season. Richie James ranked fifth in overall kick and punt returns for the 49ers, but isn't a game breaker like Kansas City has available.COACHINGKyle Shanahan,...

United Chiefs Kingdom
Episode 22 - United Chiefs Kingdom

United Chiefs Kingdom

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 24, 2019 15:00


In today Christmas Eve episode we talk about the fantastic win over the Bears on Sunday night. We have a visit from Patrick telling us what he thinks of the team and Harrison Butker. And finally we make our picks for the final week of the NFL season

SportsBeat KC
How did Chiefs dominate Bears? Let’s count the ways

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2019 29:39


The Chiefs walloped the Chicago Bears 26-3 on Sunday Night Football at Soldier Field and Herbie Teope, Sam McDowell, Same Mellinger and Vahe Gregorian were to talk about it. What didn’t go well for the Chiefs? The defense continued its dominant play. Patrick Mahomes threw two touchdown passes and ran for another. Harrison Butker kicked a career long 56-yard field goal. One game remains in the regular season but the Chiefs look playoff-ready and we discuss on SportsBeat KC presented by Big O Tires. Story links: Gregorian: Giving up 3 touchdowns in 5 games, Chiefs defense has gone from farce to force https://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/vahe-gregorian/article238647068.html Mellinger: What Mahomes told his teammates about his 10 count and why he did it (beyond the obvious) https://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/sam-mellinger/article238648493.html The Chiefs at their best is a picture that includes Damien Williams https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article238646488.html Chiefs looking ready for playoffs after blowout road victory over Chicago Bears https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article238638403.html Chiefs grades: Kansas City produces a nice report card to bring home for holidays https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article238643813.html Thanks to our sponsor, Big O Tires! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

In the Trenches
In the Trenches 12/17: 10 Observations From the Chiefs' Dominant 23-3 Win Over Broncos

In the Trenches

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 17, 2019 31:30


From Travis Kelce and Harrison Butker's record-breaking day, to Tyrann Mathieu's leadership manifesting into his playmaking, to a special speech from former Chiefs' head coach Dick Vermeil, and everything in between, Chiefs Reporter BJ Kissel gives you his 10 observations from Sunday's 23-3 win over the Broncos.

SportsBeat KC
Talking Raiders with JT The Brick, Patrick Mahomes and more

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 29, 2019 20:32


Some call today Black Friday. Around here, though, it’s still Red Friday, with the Chiefs involved in a division showdown Sunday against the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead Stadium. On SportsBeat KC, we talked Chiefs-Raiders with national sports talk show host JT the Brick, who hosts a Raiders podcast. Also, Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes met with the media for the first time since the aftermath of the Chargers game and talked about an offense that didn’t come up with many big plays in Mexico City and what he thinks about comparisons to Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson. Story links: Chiefs Damien Williams misses second straight practice The way Patrick Mahomes appraoched his bye week explains his success Chiefs kicker Harrison Butker shares backstory on 71-yard kick attempt in pre-game warmups Thanks to our sponsor, Big O Tires! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Two C's with a Pod
Forgetting the Titans

Two C's with a Pod

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 14, 2019 61:41


Harrison Butker's game tying Field Goal attempt had just been blocked. The Kansas City Chiefs (or Metros as one of the hosts would like to be called) had shockingly just lost in Nashville. Matt fired off a text to Andy that said Pathetic Loss. All on Andy Reid. Terrible call on 3rd and 2. Andy responded, as he was starting to move form the denial stage of the anger stage something along the lines of "at some point we have to stop blaming the coach and put the onus on the talent to execute." After both congratulated Andy on actually knowing and using the word onus correctly, they engaged in a text exchange that lasted most of the night, into the next day and even spilled on to the airwaves of this illustrious podcast. Really, we're not sure how either of them are still married. They're children to be honest.

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport
10: Talking with TD: Josh Kalu and Rashaan Evans (11/13/19)

Talking with TD feat. Turron Davenport

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 13, 2019 54:57


Turron spends the first segment breaking down how the Titans offense has changed with Derrick Henry and Ryan Tannehill. 00:10:22 - Mike Vrabel tells what's behind the Titans offensive success in the red zone with Ryan Tannehill. 00:23:55 - Rashaan Evans breaks down his scoop and score TD against the Chiefs. 00:31:28 - Josh Kalu tells what he saw before the snap when he blocked Harrison Butker's game tying field goal.

Roughing the Kicker
Sad Minnesota Vikings Fans on Reddit, 11/6/19

Roughing the Kicker

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 6, 2019 45:23


Beards McFly unveils Sad Fans on Reddit to Joshua Brisco and Rudy Salazar. The guys give out more possible Terminator movie titles, Josh's conversation with Harrison Butker, the AES fantasy leagues and Pokemon Sword/Shield.

SportsBeat KC
Is victory over Vikings a pivot point for the Chiefs?

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2019 44:47


The Kansas City Chiefs did something on Sunday they haven’t done since September, win a home game. They defeated the Vikings in dramatic fashion 26-23 on Harrison Butker’s 44-yard field goal as time expired. The A-team of Herbie Teope, Sam McDowell, Vahe Gregorian, Sam Mellinger and Blair Kerkhoff provided the postgame breakdown, from the improved play of the defense, to Damien Williams’ 91-yard touchdown burst to the impactful play of Tyreek Hill. The victory improved the Chiefs’ record to 6-3 and with the return of quarterback Patrick Mahomes perhaps looming, the outlook looks more positive for the Chiefs.  Read the stories we discussed: Vahe Gregorian: Beyond Mahomes no one animates Chiefs or raises their ceiling like Tyreek Hill - https://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/vahe-gregorian/article236965468.html Sam Mellinger: Why Harrison Butker might have just kicked the Chiefs into a chase for first-round bye - https://www.kansascity.com/sports/spt-columns-blogs/sam-mellinger/article236965293.html Joy of da feet: Chiefs knock out Vikings with last second kick at Arrowhead - https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article236962973.html ‘Our kicker’s got some swag’: On Harrison Butker’s career day in the Chiefs’ win - https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article236965033.html Chiefs report card vs. the Vikings: Finally some passing marks for a home victory - https://www.kansascity.com/sports/nfl/kansas-city-chiefs/article236964963.html Thanks to our sponsor, Big O Tires! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4th and 1
4th & 1: Vikings vs Chiefs Recap

4th and 1

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2019 38:59


Thanks to a last-second field goal by Harrison Butker, the Chiefs managed to secure the 26-23 victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Nick Jacobs and Tod Palmer give their reactions to the game.

Bill Belichick 20/20 Podcast
Belichick 20/20: #8 2019 AFC Championship Victory

Bill Belichick 20/20 Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2019 4:41


We do not have to rewind that far for this installment of Belichick 20/20. Staying in 2019, we look back at the AFC Championship game where Belichick and Brady took on the 2018 NFL MVP, Patrick Mahomes and company. The Patriots were looking to win an AFC Championship game on the road for the first time since 2005, and it was certainly looking that way with the Patriots leading 14-0 at halftime. However, the Chiefs would outscore the Patriots 31-17 in the second half. 24 of those Kansas City points came in the fourth quarter. With 2:03 left, Damien Williams would rush for a two-yard touchdown and give Kansas City a 28-24 lead. But like clockwork, Tom Brady would lead a two-minute drive that would end with a four-yard touchdown run from Rex Burkhead. Patrick Mahomes, down three, needed only two plays and 31 seconds to get the Chiefs into field goal range. Harrison Butker would hit a 39 yard field goal to send the game into overtime. The Patriots would win the coin toss and march through Kansas City's defense, converting on three third and longs on their overtime drive. Rex Burkhead would score on a two-yard touchdown run and send Bill Belichick and the Patriots to their third straight Super Bowl.

She Knows Pro Football
She Knows Pro Football Podcast Episode 19

She Knows Pro Football

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2019 19:08


TheNFLGirl talks about Ryan Shazier, Gerald McCoy, Joe Douglas, John Jerry, Texans GM search, Bilal Powell, Kayvon Webster, Antonio Garcia, Kyle Rudolph, Carson Wentz, Oakland Raiders, Cam Jordan, Mitchell Schwartz, Kenny Moore, Harrison Butker, Rishard Matthews, Rico Gathers, Josh McCown and Pat Bowlen.

The Compassionate Geek
IT Customer Service Fundamentals

The Compassionate Geek

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 13, 2019 3:45


Don R. Crawley, CSP, DTM. IT Customer Service Fundamentals Kansas City Chiefs' place kicker Harrison Butker made a perfect 39-yard field goal to tie the recent AFC championship game with 8 seconds on the clock and send it in to overtime. It was a dramatic moment in a game filled with drama. That had to be an unbelievable amount of pressure on Butker, but … IT Customer Service Fundamentals Read More » IT Customer Service Fundamentals Don Crawley

Fantasy Football Today Podcast
11/21: Thanksgiving Day Previews, Rest of Season Outlooks (Fantasy Football Podcast)

Fantasy Football Today Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 21, 2018 61:10


A lot to get to on a busy show so of course we have to talk about Kickers (2:40)! Should you drop or hold Harrison Butker and Greg Zuerlein through their byes? We've got news and notes (5:18) including a look at the TB offense without O.J. Howard and some last-minute buy low (12:50) and sell high (13:53) candidates ... Some Fantasy scenarios we're interested in seeing unfold (15:51) including Rob Gronkowski's return to the NE offense, LeSean McCoy with good matchups and Aaron Rodgers' TDs. We also discuss what we're thankful for in Fantasy (22:24), read your emails (27:15) and do some Regulating Part One (30:00) ... ATL-NO (31:00), CHI-DET (39:40), WAS-DAL (43:32) plus a Thursday FanDuel lineup (48:40), listener tweets (49:35) and Fantasy Regulators Part Two (53:00) ... Your emails at fantasyfootball@cbsi.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SportsBeat KC
Chiefs-Cowboys Week 9 NFL game preview

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 4, 2017 51:50


Chiefs Gameplan is back for the Chiefs’ Week 9 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. The Star’s Terez Paylor kicks off the pod with an interview with the reigning AFC player of the week, Harrison Butker. Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill, Jr., of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram also joins the pod to talk about how dangerous the Cowboys’ offense is without star running back Ezekiel Eliott, while the A-Team gathers to dissect the run game, run defense and much more. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

SportsBeat KC
Chiefs-Cowboys Week 9 NFL game preview

SportsBeat KC

Play Episode Listen Later Nov 3, 2017 51:50


Chiefs Gameplan is back for the Chiefs’ Week 9 matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. The Star’s Terez Paylor kicks off the pod with an interview with the reigning AFC player of the week, Harrison Butker. Cowboys beat writer Clarence Hill, Jr., of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram also joins the pod to talk about how dangerous the Cowboys’ offense is without star running back Ezekiel Eliott, while the A-Team gathers to dissect the run game, run defense and much more. Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans
Ep. 11 - Chiefs vs. Texans Game Preview

Arrowhead Pride: for Kansas City Chiefs fans

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2017 55:48


Former Chiefs linebacker Shawn Barber, podcast host Pete Sweeney and AP manager Joel Thorman break down the Chiefs and Texans game coming up on Sunday night. On the show: 1:00 – What did we learn about the Chiefs on Monday night? 2:49 – Talking about the Harrison Butker game-winner. 3:54 – A discussion on the Marcus Peters situation from Monday night. 7:03 – Taking a closer look at the Chiefs injuries this week. 11:35 – What does it mean to be on Sunday Night Football? 13:30 – Is the Chiefs-Texans matchup a rivalry game? 18:15 – How do the Chiefs match up against the Texans front seven? 20:30 – Listening to Bill O’ Brien’s words on the reinvigorated Alex Smith. 23:00 – Can Kareem Hunt keep it up? 25:00 – What is Andy Reid’s new offensive scheme all about? 27:30 – Shawn Barber shares how he would beat the motion game of the Chiefs offense. 28:15 – What was the difference for Travis Kelce last game? 29:20 – Shawn’s final key for the Chiefs’ offense vs. the Texans defense. 31:00 – What has made Deshaun Watson look so good recently? 34:00 – What do the Texans think of the Bob Sutton-run Chiefs defense? 35:30 – How will Marcus Peters respond this week? 37:00 – What do the Texans have in DeAndre Hopkins and Will Fuller? 38:15 – What’s going on with Reggie Ragland starting over Ramik Wilson? 39:30 – Shawn provides his thoughts on Lamar Miller 43:00 – Game predictions 46:00 – We read your tweets. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs
Locked On Chiefs 10/2 - Matt Derrick Joins the Show for MNF preview

Locked On Chiefs - Daily Podcast On The Kansas City Chiefs

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2017 55:39


Matt Derrick is back to talk the Chiefs offense, defense and the new kicker Harrison Butker. Updates on Eric Fisher, Dee Ford and what to expect from Cam Erving and Reggie Ragland. #Chiefs #ChiefsKingdom #NFL Call the LOC Hotline and leave us a voicemail at 913-777-4457. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

4th and Short: A CSR Podcast
The roster is final and week 1 is coming

4th and Short: A CSR Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 5, 2017 62:00


The preseason is over, the roster is final, and the Panthers have two kickers. Brian, Brad, and Jonathan discuss these matters and predict the Panthers chances at snapping the 49ers six game opening day winning streak. Interspersed throughout the episode are random tangential takes and observations on the rest of the NFL. Also, does Brian have a vocal doppleganger? 

4th Down Experience
Chiefs All-Rookie Kicker Harrison Butker talks NFL and ButtKicker Fans! | 4DE | Episode 21

4th Down Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 36:11


We speak with the NFL's All-Rookie Kicker from the 2017 season and WOW, what a fun a conversation! Harrison Butker talks about his journey from playing high school soccer, to playing college ball at Georgia Tech, to being drafted by the NFL with one team, then finishing off an amazing rookie season with another team, the Chiefs! Subscribe to the 4DE Podcast, give us an iTunes review. Please retweet and share the episode to the football community and #ForTheBrand! Submit questions (DM or tag us) and we will answer them on our next podcast! Follow Us (on all social media platforms): 4th Down Experience www.Twitter.com/4thDownExp www.instagram.com/4thDownExperience Co-Hosts: Coach Chris Husby: www.twitter.com/SpecialTeamsFB www.instagram.com/specialteamsFB specialteamsfootballacademy.com Coach Brian Jackson www.twitter.com/TeamJacksonKick www.instagram.com/BrianJackson20 www.teamjacksonkicking.com/

4th Down Experience
Super Bowl Champion, Harrison Butker, Discusses Kicking Technique and The SB54 Experience | Ep 86

4th Down Experience

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 31, 1969 46:32


4DE Nation! We have a fantastic interview for you. We reconnected with Super Bowl Champion Kicker Harrison Butker. We talked about his Super Bowl experience, reviewed his 3 year journey in the NFL and offered great advice to college draft eligible specialists and the roll of a sports agent. We also discussed a variety of kicking technique topics including doing film study, drive for perfection, ball spot by the placeholder, and even the role of the long snapper with getting perfect laces. It was a real fun conversation and we are thankful that Harrison has be fun a friend of the podcast as well as a listener of the 4DE pod!We hope you enjoy this! If you did, please share this on social media with your friends to enjoy!If you like this one, please share this on social media, as well as leave us a 5 Star Review on iTunes!If our program is benefiting you and you're looking for a way to support what we do, please consider becoming a Patron Donation Supporter.Thank you and we hope to continue helping you and bringing you something enjoyable to listen to. Submit questions (DM or tag us) and we will answer them on our next podcast!Follow Us (on all social media platforms):4th Down ExperienceEmail: 4thDownExperiencePodcast@gmail.comTweet At Us: TwitterFollow Us: InstagramCo-Hosts:Coach Chris Husby:Tweet At Us: TwitterFollow Us: InstagramAcademy Info: Special Teams Football AcademyCoach Brian JacksonTweet At Us: TwitterFollow Us: InstagramAcademy Info: Team Jackson Kicking