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
On today's show, Pat and the guys get a surprise call from AQ Shipley and they chat about the Cardinals' past game, his nightmare flight from New York to Phoenix with his baby and him trying to get her to stop crying, and if he has any questions for Joe Thomas (12:02-19:32). Next, future Hall of Famer, former Browns legend, and the first offensive lineman in NFL history, Joe Thomas, joins the show. They discuss his thoughts on the Browns this season, staying in shape around the holidays, how much he's enjoyed being on the media side in the NFL, and whether or not he's going to consider calling any football games next year. To close out the interview, Joe answers questions in a lightning round from all the guys in the studio (19:34-44:50). The guys also discuss Pat's new three-legged cat, and dive into an NFL conversation about whether or not the Patriots are done, if the Steelers are back/Boz's woes, if the Colts have quietly become one of the best teams in the AFC, and their thoughts on some of the demands of retired players and HOFer's. Pat also announces a HUGE GIVEAWAY towards the end of the show. Stick around afterwards to hear some of the live phone calls from Pat opening up the phone lines to the public. It's a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
Today's episode is absolutely loaded. First, budding 49ers superstar, arguably the best TE in the NFL right now and friend of the show, George Kittle, calls in hot off his 210 yard performance on Sunday. They chat about the game and why he didn't eclipse the record after his monster first half, he breaks down a live game of PIG being played between the 9ers Specialists and Joe Staley, he takes issue with something Pat Angerer said, and they discuss wrestling some more as George presents a West Virginia vs. Iowa wrestling match. (1:32-11:47). Next, one of Pat's former teammates and one of the most athletic lineman in the NFL, offensive tackle for the Chicago Bears, Bradley Sowell, calls in coming off scoring the only touchdown in Sunday night's tilt against the Rams. They discuss how his career has been going up to this point, how hard he had to beg to be on the receiving end of that touchdown Sunday, his golf game and whether he'd ever consider turning pro, and the atmosphere in the Bears' locker room right now (17:20-28:47). Later, Pro introduces a new segment titled, "A reading from the book of.." where he highlights one of the guys' blogs from this past week. They also discuss Digs' recent Steelers rant and dive into an incredible NFL conversation including a lock from Gorman for all the brobrobro's. Also included is Pat's interview with Mike Florio on Pro Football Talk discussing some things going on in the NFL (1:05:16-1:17:45), and Pat runs through some of the songs compiled from his year end Spotify playlist. Closing out the show is an interview with Purdue legend and national inspiration, Tyler Trent, to help start your weekend with some positivity(1:39:09-1:59:00). It's a great one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat takes a trip into the For The Brand courtroom as he welcomes in defensive end for the New York Jets, Henry "Goose" Anderson, after his hit on Bills kicker Steven Hauschka that many were calling a cheap shot. Pat gives Goose the opportunity to defend himself after this attack on The Brand, gathers all the facts and information presented, and makes a final ruling, and catches up with his former teammate in a hilarious conversation (13:05-26:58). Later, the guys join Pat to cover everything that happened this week in the NFL including Connor's trip to Miami to watch the Miami Miracle live in person, Digs and Nick potentially throwing in the towel on the Steelers' season after their heartbreaking loss at Oakland, Baker Mayfield continuing to shine, they chat about the Bears vs. Rams Sunday Night Football game, Patrick Mahomes throwing no look passes, Pat breaks down how a fake punt would work when he played for the Colts, and Pat also covers his weekend going back and forth between Pittsburgh and New York. It's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat successfully formulates a plan to save the punt in the NFL, as it has come under attack in recent weeks. The guys also all head into the studio to talk more about their strategies for the weight loss competition. Also joining the show is Arizona Cardinals center, Penn State alum, and friend of the show AQ Shipley. He gives the guys some tips for cutting weight, discusses how his rehab coming off a torn ACL is going, gives his thoughts on the outlook of the future of the Cardinals, and chats a little bit about his career as a basketball player (16:00-48:30). Later, the guys discuss whether or not you need to tip bathroom attendants, and welcome in Jeffrey Gorman, a true five-tool specimen for Pat McAfee Inc. He gives away a couple of betting picks as he's riding a hot streak, talks about his previous career working for the Colts as one of Jim Irsay's right hand men, tells a couple of stories from his time working as tour manager for The Black Crowes, and navigates how to interact with the Pittsburgh guys in the office without getting into a fist fight. It's a fun show. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
Today's show is absolutely packed. The guys cover just about everything going on in the world including everything from a wild NFL weekend, to the aftermath of the College Football Playoff selections, to an in depth discussion about Bob Knight after his recent 30 for 30 film was released. The guys also save the holiday season as the war on Christmas starts to heat up, and dive into the weight loss challenge as Block Dad himself, Tim McAfee, joins the competition. Also joining the show is ESPN College Basketball Analyst, Dan Dakich, to help break down the whole Bob Knight situation as he was intimately connected to everything, why he chose not to be in the 30 for 30, and discusses which college fan bases hate him the most (54:22-1:09:45). Later, former Colts linebacker, friend of the show, and now Tag Team Champion of the World, Pat Angerer, joins the show to discuss his new title belt, and when he plans on getting in the ring again (1:14:07-1:24:20). Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat breaks down his trip to New York City for his appearance on Get Up, and dives into everything he ran into while in the Big Apple including his hotel room and travel issues, why his Uber driver had a big problem with Chinatown, and why he can never buy any of the knockoff items that the vendors sell there. Pat and the guys also discuss a wide range of topics including a new weight loss challenge starting on New Years Day between a couple of the guys in the office, they talk about what's going on in the NBA thus far this year and whether or not Kevin Durant is leaving the Warriors, chat a little more about the For The Brand brand, and break down some things floating around the NFL while also looking ahead to tonight's Thursday Night Football matchup featuring the Saints and the Cowboys. It's a great time. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's episode, the guys welcome everyone's favorite Canadian Gump into the studio, as they chat about Ty getting branded last night at the conclusion of the Cyber Monday sale at PatMcAfeeShow.com and the mood of everyone in the office leading up to the event, and Pat walks the guys through his experience calling the Texas Tech vs. Baylor game on Saturday in Jerry World. He also welcomes Jesse West, the producer of that game, and they chat about how they think things went, and at what points he was worried that Pat was going to make some mistakes that would get them both fired (45:42-53:56). To close out the show, the guys chat about this past weekends NCAA football slate of games including Michigan and Ohio State and the 7 OT thriller between LSU and Texas A&M, and do a deep dive into week 12 of the NFL including everything that made headlines up through Monday Night Football. It's a good one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat's former podcast cohost, Super Bowl winning linebacker for the Green Bay Packers, and the man who will be in the booth with him Saturday, AJ Hawk, calls into the show for a hilarious conversation. They cover what their gameplan is for the Texas Tech/Baylor game, and chat about a number of different things, including AJ's disdain for players who make other grown men squirt water into their mouths, his thoughts on pep-talks, and why he's excited to be in a 3-man booth with Pat (5:21-40:35). Later, the entire crew joins Pat to read the Thanksgiving poems they prepared, chat about the insane merch sale that starts today at noon at store.PatMcAfeeShow.com (and runs through Cyber Monday at 7 PM) and send you into the Holiday weekend with some Thanksgiving themed bangerz. It's a hilarious one. Come and laugh with us, and have a safe and happy Thanksgiving. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat welcomes Rams Punter, Johnny Hekker, after his huge game last night against the Chiefs. They chat about whether or not it was just another game, how tough it is to punt to Tyreek Hill, and how many different balls he has in his arsenal (7:09-16:54). Later, Pat recaps his trip to LA and how crazy it was from NXT to Monday Night Football to the news about commentating a college football game this weekend with AJ Hawk to playing Horse with Lamar Odom. Digs also stops by to talk about last night's game and to recap week 11 of the NFL. Closing out the show is an incredible conversation with Rich Eisen from his studio in LA. They chat about how he had to rebuild his podcast, and he remembers a story about asking Roger Goodell some tough questions on one of the first episodes of his rebranded podcast (1:00:33-1:27:15). It's a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat is joined by the GM of the Indianapolis Colts, Chris Ballard, for an incredible conversation. They discuss his thoughts on the Colts' season thus far, whether or not he will be going after certain free agents and when that process starts, his thoughts on Josh McDaniels leaving the Colts hanging at the last second and why he couldn't be happier with Frank Reich, and his thoughts on Quenton Nelson's viral pancake block. (10:57-30:08). Digs also joins the show to give a couple of thoughts about the NFL as we get ready for week 11, he gives out his Thursday night pick, and laughs at the Bengals for bringing in Hue Jackson. Todd pops in to do a deep dive into El Chapo's upcoming trial in New York and gives some background on how law enforcement agencies approach that entire situation. Lastly, Zito and Connor stop in to give an update on The Pub to discuss their recent renovations, and talk about Pat's trip to LA. It's a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat sits down with the guys for a couple of conversations covering everything going on in the world. Digs and Zito join the show to discuss Zito's weekend in Chicago and his blogging efforts, and Digs gives his takeaways from week 10 of the NFL, including a couple of awards he'd like to give out, and he and Pat discuss their rough weekends gambling. Todd and Connor pop in later for an incredible conversation covering whether or not Duke is going to get beat this year, what happened in the Patriots/Titans game, and the guys do a deep dive into Tony Robbins after Pat spent the weekend watching a documentary detailing one of his seminars. Also calling into the show is injured Center for the Arizona Cardinals and former Penn State standout, AQ Shipley. They chat about Quenton Nelson's block, AQ's time at Penn State, Zach Smith and Tom Herman's beef, and the feeling inside Arizona's locker room (32:23-52:50). It's a good one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
Today's show is packed with some incredible conversations. First, former Iowa Hawkeye legend and Colts linebacker, Pat Angerer, joins the show to talk about being George Kittle's newly appointed life coach, what he's been up to, being a newly minted tag team champion on a local wrestling circuit in Iowa, and how he's been enjoying this NFL season along with his Super Bowl pick. Also included is his infamous naked locker room fight story from the first time he was on the show (3:55-33:33). Later, Pat sits down with Digs for another edition of Quick Hits to cover everything going on in the NFL, Connor and Evan join Pat to discuss how incredible Zion Williamson's debut was, Todd and Pat chat about Brock Lesnar sticking with the WWE through April and what that means for his UFC prospects, and Nick joins the show for some Throwback Thursday music and a little hockey talk. Stick around until the end for an incredible #endgang #endgame opportunity. It's a good one. Come laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat is joined by former Iowa Hawkeye and current TE for the San Francisco 49ers, George Kittle, who is making waves in the league right now. They chat about being overlooked in the league, who some of his favorite TE's are, what Kyle Shanahan's offense is like, and how Pat Angerer changed his football career (4:23-21:32). Later, Pat brings the guys in to talk about the new blog on PatMcAfeeShow.com and what they'll be writing about. Digs covers some NFL news and gives out a few of his weekly awards, Zito and Connor talk Twitchcon and how the political attack ads are taking over TV, Todd chats about his comedy show from last weekend and dives into Brock Lesnar in the UFC and Floyd Mayweather getting into MMA, and Nick pops in to talk Lowe's closing several stores, Pete Davidson, helicopters crashing, and a little hockey talk. Today's a great one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat breaks down his trip to Bristol and the ESPN campus and his gig on Get Up, and what he thought of the whole process, and discusses some of the different locations he checked out while in New York. The guys also chat about Logan Paul potentially fighting in the UFC, Whitey Bulger being killed in prison, all the political ads that have been running the last few months, and take a hard look at what board game Pat could potentially be playing tomorrow for his mybookie challenge. Also included is a conversation about Reese's setting up a trade-in machine for bad candy, and the guys do a deep dive into everything that happened up through the NFL trade deadline and what the impact has on all the teams involved. It's a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat starts by interviewing The GOAT, and now most prolific point scorer in NFL history, Adam Vinatieri. They chat about his mindset during the game against the Raiders, how he's feeling coming off an injury against Buffalo, and he looks back on his career in an incredible interview (0:00-13:10). Then, Pat and the guys dive into their Halloween weekends, look back on last week in the NFL including Pat's experience when playing in London, the players from the Jaguars who were arrested for not paying a $64,000 bar tab, whether or not the league or any team has suspended a player for HGH, Digs' bad quarterbacks of the week, and Pat reacts to Todd Haley and Hue Jackson getting fired from his hotel room in Connecticut. They also chat about the Red Sox winning the World Series, and Pat talks about his upcoming meetings at ESPN this week. It's a good one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat looks ahead to the Black Friday sale that Pat McAfee Inc. will be holding among some other announcements. Also calling into the show is everyone's favorite Canadian, Gumpy. The guys chat with Gump about what he's been doing since they've been off the airwaves, how his job has been going, what it's been like with marijuana being legalized in Canada, and how some of his sports teams have been doing (4:03-25:45). The guys also chat about the World Series, react to some of Jon Gruden's recent comments regarding Amari Cooper, and look ahead to Thursday Night Football. To close the show, country superstar and hilarious human Wheeler Walker Jr. joins the show to chat about his upcoming album WWIII, he gives some more of his thoughts on Yodel Boy, plays a couple of cuts off his new album, talks about his feud with Garth Brooks, and discuss his marketing strategy for the new album (48:40-1:17:21). It's a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat recaps a wild weekend dressing up as a grandpa and hammering field goals for cancer research at the Colts game, the guys dive into a full NFL recap including Hue Jackson wanting to call plays for the Browns again, Amari Cooper being traded to the Cowboys for a 1st round pick, the Titans going for 2 and the win in London, the judgement call that affected the outcome of the Cowboys and Redskins, and Justin Tucker missing his first career extra point. Pat also rants about the CFL's post about who they think the best kicker on the planet is, the guys chat about Elon Musk definitely being an alien and his series of tunnels slated to be opened in LA in December, discuss Rae Carruth being released from prison, and cover everything else going on in the world. It's a good one. Come laugh with us, cheers.
On today's show, Pat jumps directly off the tarmac from his trip to Orlando for a late night recording. The guys cover just about everything that is going on in the world right now including his trip to Florida for WWE business and his nightmare of a flight back home, the hot water that Facebook finds themselves in once again, the situation going on in Saudi Arabia and how the WWE could be the company to bridge the gap between them and the United States, some NFL chatter, Floyd Mayweather potentially boxing Khabib, and students in Texas needing to learn how to talk to the police before they can graduate high school. After the show, the kicker with arguably the biggest leg in the NFL today, fresh off his game winning 63 yard bomb two weeks ago, Graham Gano of the Carolina Panthers calls into the show. They chat about his journey from Florida St. to the USFL to the NFL, his kicking mentality, and what Ron Rivera is like (1:42:52). It's a wild one, come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the guys have arguably the best available conversation on the internet today ranging from Dan Marino's time in Miami, what's going on in the NFL, which comedians and TV shows wouldn't fly in today's PC culture, Pete Davidson and Ariana Grande calling it quits, and Goldman Sachs CEO moonlighting as a DJ. Also joining the show is an absolute icon in the world of sportscasting, the man, the myth, the legend, and host of the Dan Patrick Show, Dan Patrick, calls in for an incredibly candid and insightful conversation. They cover his exit from ESPN and his thoughts in the weeks after his departure, how the Dan Patrick Show came to be, what he thinks of the daily grind of radio, whether or not he misses Football Night in America, how he's formulated his interview style over the years, and what he thinks of the NFL so far this year (3:53-24:33). Today's episode is a great one. Come laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat adds another incredible raffle prize to the #GROAT (#PMPBP still available at PatMcAfeeShow.com), chats with the guys about how players deal with money management in the NFL and why it is so difficult, covers some things going on in the news including the new Aladdin movie, a Colts lineman playing with two broken vertebrae, and hiring an acting coach to get into the film industry. Later, the first hire at the NFL network, the voice of the NFL and host of the Rich Eisen Show, Rich Eisen joins the guys for a hilarious conversation. They chat about Pat's time on his show while in LA, what some of his favorite interview moments have been, his thoughts on the current state of the NFL, his relationship with Roger Goodell, and how he finds free time with his ridiculous schedule (1:16:23-1:34:05). Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat breaks down his experience in LA promoting Pat McAfee: Professional Baseball Player (available for preorder still at PatMcAfeeShow.com), seeing possible alien life, and interacting with the bums in Santa Monica. Next, 3x Pro Bowl Quarterback, and former Packer, Seahawk, Titan, Colt, and current ESPN analyst, Matt Hasselbeck, joins the show to chat about The Brand's tough day, what he thinks about Odell Beckham's recent comments, playing when almost dead in Houston, and who he thinks is going to win the Super Bowl (20:00-44:02). To close out the show, the most electric tag team in the WWE, Kofi Kingston, Big E, and Xavier Woods of The New Day stop by in studio for a hilarious conversation. They cover how they got to where they are, what the locker room atmosphere is really like, how they've come up with some of their catch phrases, and what it's like to be WWE Superstars (1:03:32-1:40:49). Come laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat breaks down what is considered to be the worst play in NFL history when the Colts attempted a fake punt against the Patriots that was never supposed to happen in the way it did. They also chat about Pat's upcoming trip to LA to help promote Pat McAfee: Professional Baseball Player (available for preorder Oct. 7th on PatMcAfeeShow.com). Also joining the show are two great guests. First, the king of scoops, the insider of all insiders, Adam Schefter, joins the show. They chat about his process for breaking news, the backlash he faced from the Jason Pierre-Paul situation, and whether or not he has beef with any other reporters or members of the media (2:00-24:53). Next, 2x Pro Bowler, 3x Super Bowl champ, and one of the greatest Patriots to ever live, Willie McGinest, calls into the show. They discuss his upcoming Football Life on the NFL network, who some of the current linebackers he loves to watch are, and why Bill Belichick is so good (39:17-1:01:11). Cheers.
On today's show, Pat breaks down everything that happened in week 4 in the NFL including Earl Thomas flipping off the Seahawks' sideline, Patrick Mahomes being a mix between Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, and Big Ben, Adam Vinatieri breaking another big record, Jon Gruden joins to bask in the glory of his first victory, and the news that Leveon Bell may be coming back soon. Pat also breaks down his trip to New York yesterday, and welcomes Gary Vee to chat about how to market the greatest documentary ever (Pat McAfee: Professional Baseball Player available for preorder Oct. 7 on PatMcAfeeShow.com) (49:44-53:50). Later, Arizona Cardinals center and friend of the show, AQ Shipley, chats with the guys about Penn State and Ohio State, his thoughts on Josh Rosen, players holding out, what the cut process is like in the NFL, and how his rehab is going (1:23:30-1:46:15). Today's a good one. Come and laugh with us. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat discusses whether or not he thinks having a QB on a rookie contract and paying other pieces is the way to win a Super Bowl for the foreseeable future, and the guys look ahead to tonight's Vikings vs. Rams game and how Sean McVay has had so much success this early, and Pat explains why he misses watching Lev Bell play football. Later, the voice and face of college football, King of College Gameday, Kirk Herbstreit, joins the show. They discuss how his career has gotten to the point it's currently at, his ridiculous travel schedule, what it's like working with Lee Corso on a weekly basis, what some of his favorite college football environments are, and who he thinks will win the National Championship this year (57:50-1:18:23). It's a good one. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the guys chat about Tiger winning his first tournament in forever, dive into week 3 of the NFL including the Chiefs and Rams maybe being unbeatable, whether or not Patrick Mahomes is the new prototype, Josh Allen winning in Minnesota, and The For The Brand Super Bowl in Jacksonville.. Also joining the show is 5x Pro Bowler and 5x All-Pro, and current safety for the Baltimore Ravens, Eric Weddle. They discuss whether the game has gotten soft, his foray into free agency, and what's next for him (39:08-57:29). Next, the blogfather, Mike Florio, joins the show to chat about the Everson Griffin situation in Minnesota, reporters bringing up old news and repackaging it as breaking news, and how he thinks the Steelers are going to move forward with Lev Bell (1:05:41-1:19:10). Lastly, Cleveland Browns legend, and the greatest offensive lineman of all-time, Joe Thomas, joins to chat about the Browns first win (1:19:58-1:26:28). It's a good one. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat joins the guys live from a hotel room in Orlando as he is away on a business trip. They chat about him getting on the plane with a burger loaded with onions, and trying to track down a cornhole board once they landed in Orlando, which proved to be more difficult than expected. They also chat about Maroon 5 being announced as the Super Bowl halftime performers, Pat explains what collabs he'd like to see and Todd, Digs, Nick, & Zito give their picks on who their dream performance would be. They also chat about Hall of Famers wanting $300,000 and insurance every year from the NFL and whether that is sustainable, and give out a couple of Quick Picks for week 3 in the NFL. Closing out the show is a great interview with Albert Breer from MMQB. They chat about Josh Gordon going to New England, his stance in the Colin Kaepernick situation, his favorite story he's ever reported on, and why certain writers believe that they are bigger than the game (56:02-1:17:17).
On today's show, Pat and the guys break down everything that happened in week 2 of the NFL including an abysmal performance from The Brand, Josh Gordon being traded to New England, the drama surrounding the Steelers and Antonio Brown, and Todd dives into Urban Meyer's body language. Also joining the show is former running back for Ohio State and the Denver Broncos, Maurice Clarett, for an incredible conversation. They chat about his side of the story in relation to how things went down during his time at Ohio State and where it all went wrong, as well as what he is doing now to try and make a positive change (45:15-1:06:54). Later, former LSU running back and Pat's teammate with the Colts, Joseph Addai, calls into the show. They cover what he's been doing since he retired, how Houston is hotter than Ghana, his favorite memory as a Colt, and his relationship with Reggie Wayne (1:09:22-1:28:50). Don't forget to check out PatMcAfeeShow.com for all the new merch. Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the crew chat about a few things that are happening around the NFL as we get into week 2. They cover the skunk smell coming from the Raiders locker room, and Pat remembers playing in Oakland with a haze floating over the stadium. Pat also dives into Chuck Pagano's travel dress rules and how got around them. Also included are three great interviews. First, the GOAT of punting, Shane Lechler, joins the show to talk about his split with the Texans, what he's been doing with his time off now, and what he thinks of the state of the game (36:08-50:43). Next, cohost of Good Morning Football, Kyle Brandt, joins the show to talk about his new show The Kyle Brandt Football Experience, how weird his resume is, and how his career has gotten to this point (56:26-1:14:24). After the show, The World's Strongest Man, Mark Henry, joins the show. They chat about his WWE career, getting arrested in Ireland, and some of his wildest experiences, (1:20:00-1:43:01). Cheers.
On today's show, Pat starts by remembering all the men and women and heroes who lost their lives on 9/11. The guys then dive into this week's NFL games and what some of their big takeaways were, and Coach Gruden calls in to give his thoughts on Khalil Mack and being back on the sidelines. Pat also tells the story about how he initially heard that Andrew Luck hurt his shoulder snowboarding and what it was like trying to figure it out around the building. Also joining the show is three great guests. First, former Heisman Trophy winner and 1st overall pick, Carson Palmer, joins the show to chat about his upcoming Football Life on NFL Network, who the most special athlete he played with was, and what he's doing post retirement (42:51-59:06). Next, media mogul Gary Vee calls in to chat about his Jets, and his relentless pursuit to own them (1:01:23-1:18:36). Closing out the show is 4x Pro Bowler Richie Incognito to discuss mental health and his foundation (1:19:45-1:33:33). Cheers.
On today's show, Pat and the crew look ahead to the NFL season kicking off tonight, talk about the Colin Kaepernick Nike ad, Le'Veon Bell's standstill with the Steelers and how Yinzers are taking the news that he won't be playing Sunday, and Pat sheds some light on his last Pro Bowl experience. Also joining the show is 10x Pro Bowler, 7x First-Team All-Pro, and future first ballot Hall of Famer, former Cleveland Browns offensive tackle, Joe Thomas. They chat about what's next for him as he looks at life after football, his experiences in Cleveland, what the moment was when he realized he had reached his breaking point, what defensive players gave him fits, and he gives some predictions for the upcoming NFL season (39:08-1:04:21). Come laugh with us, cheers.
Today's episode relaunches the Pat McAfee Show (2.0) as Pat and the crew dive into his exit from Barstool Sports and how he viewed it similarly to leaving the Colts. The guys dive into everything that happened in the NFL this weekend including Khalil Mack going to Chicago, Jon Gruden going scorched earth in Oakland, and Colin Kaepernick being chosen as the face of Nike's new campaign. To wrap up the show, the guys recap the college football opening weekend, including Nick Saban whining about his QB's, West Virginia showing out, and a couple of terroristic plays towards The Brand. SUBSCRIBE, RATE, AND REVIEW, we're starting back at 0. Cheers.