Chiefs super fans Austin and Taylor talk all things related to your multi-Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs, preview and recap all the games, make tons of It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia references, roast opposing team fans and players past and present, and answer Twitter questions. On Twitter @RealBirdLawyer and @Taylor_Witt. KAKAW!!
This week Austin and Taylor recap the much-discussed Taylor Swift appearance at Arrowhead Stadium to see the Kansas City Chiefs beat down the Chicago Bears. They also preview the upcoming Sunday Night Football clash with the New York Jets.
Austin and Taylor recapped the crazy Chiefs win in Jacksonville, denying the Jaguars their revenge from the playoff game in January, and preview Week 3 vs the crazytown Chicago Bears and their struggling 0-2 team.
Austin and Taylor recap a wild opening week in the NFL, which saw the Bengals and Bills join the Chiefs at 0-1 and Aaron Rodgers lost for the season four snaps into his Jets career. The script writers must be on strike too, because this has already been a wild season!
Austin and Taylor were joined by friend of the show, The Ringer's Rany Jazayerli, to discuss all things Chiefs heading into the 2023 season, including the legacy of Patrick Mahomes, implications of an undefeated season, and other topics as we eagerly anticipate the opening kickoff for the 2023 season this Thursday.
Pinch-hitting this week for Austin while he galavanted in Europe was RGR Football and FF Astronauts film analyst and, more importantly, friend of the show, Dan Harms. He and Taylor talk Chris Jones, the preseason victory over the Cardinals, their 53-man roster projection, and answer some mailbag questions. And then Austin comes in with his own assblast from the past to help Taylor finish the 2003 Chiefs retrospective and recap the ...
This week Austin and Taylor talk about training camp news, recap the Preseason Week 1 game against the Saints, and recap the 2003 regular season finale as the Chiefs locked up the 2 seed in the playoffs and prepared to make a run at the Lombardi trophy. Also, John Elway definitely still sucks.
Austin and Taylor talk about the upcoming preseason debut of the defending champion Kansas City Chiefs, recap a 2003 game against the Minnesota Vikings, and answer a mailbag question about Star Wars characters as NFL head coaches.
Austin and Taylor were thrilled to be joined by Rustin Dodd, senior writer for the Athletic, as he talked about his upcoming book Kingdom Quarterback: Patrick Mahomes, the Kansas City Chiefs, and How a Once Swingin' Cow Town Chased the Ultimate Comeback. Get it on Amazon or Audible or wherever groundbreaking stories of wonderful cities and wonderful quarterbacks are sold.
After dedicating a moment of silence for Taylor's beloved black lab Russell, Austin and Taylor recap the Chiefs training camp news and then travel back in time to 2003, when the 11-2 Chiefs completely dismantled the hapless Detroit Lions to move to 12-2 on the season. Hug your pets!
Austin and Taylor lament the demise of twitter, talk about the news out of Chiefs training camp, a little bit of around-the-league recap, and finish off with a look back at the 2003 Chiefs week 13 game against the pitiful San Diego Chargers.
Austin and Taylor talk about the opening of Chiefs Training Camp, answer a mailbag question, and recap a 2003 victory over the Oakland Raiders.
Austin and Taylor talk about all of the offseason Chiefs content including the new Netflix documentary - Quarterback. There was also a 2003 loss that was totally the turf's fault and not the football team's, because that's how winners deal with defeat.
This week Austin and Taylor discuss new social media platform Threads, remind everyone that the Kansas City Chiefs are still Super Bowl champions, and recap the 2003 Week 9 game against the Cleveland Browns as the Chiefs moved to 9-0 on the season.
Austin and Taylor take in an offseason Chiefs victory as Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce defeat Steph Curry and Klay Thompson at The Match golf event, and then recap the 2003 Assblast From The Past as the 7-0 Chiefs take on the Buffalo Bills on Sunday Night Football. Also, who is more valuable/impressive/talented, Patrick Mahomes or Shohei Ohtani?
Austin and Taylor talk a little Chiefs news before recapping the 2003 Monday Night Football showdown with the defending AFC Champion (?) Oakland (??) Raiders, before debuting a new segment called Praying For Their Downfall.
Austin and Taylor don't know when the ring ceremonies started happening in June instead of week 1, but they're still here to talk news and recap the 2003 Chiefs thrilling overtime game at Lambeau Field against the Green Bay Packers.
Despite the bombshell announcement of the existence of extra terrestrials by a Pentagon whistleblower, Austin and Taylor are still pumping out offseason Chiefs content for you, the loyal listeners. News, 2003 Broncos/Chiefs Recap, and a Mahomes Presidential Cabinet await.
Despite not a lot happening this week in the world of football, Austin and Taylor still talk about the potential for the Chiefs to sign DeAndre Hopkins, recap the 2003 Week 4 game against the Baltimore Ravens, and finish the episode off with a few mailbag questions.
Austin and Taylor go heavy on the classic offseason content of recapping a game from 20 years ago and power ranking all 32 NFL teams.
Austin and Taylor are joined by Chiefs Senior Team Reporter Matt McMullen to talk about Super Bowl 57, draft day, the schedule, and two GOATs of their profession: Patrick Mahomes and Mitch Holthus. We also continued our 2003 retrospective with the Week 2 recap against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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