On today’s show, Triple H officially joins the show while Pat records from his hotel room in Orlando as the guys battle a couple of technical issues to get the everything up and running. They discuss everything Pat has done on his trip in Orlando so far including exploring Pandora at Universal Studios and Pat gives his overall assessment of Disney World as he spent the entire day there earlier this week. They also do a deep dive into all the chaos of NFL free agency so far including AB to Raiders and what Jon Gruden’s thoughts on the entire matter are, Lev Bell landing in New York and whether or not that makes the Jets a contender at all, and OBJ being shipped from the Giants to Cleveland and how the Browns might finally be ready to take over the AFC North with all the acquisitions that they’ve made so far this offseason. To close out the show, lead commentator for Smackdown Live and all around electric human being, Tom Phillips, joins the show live from the WWE performance center. They discuss everything pertaining to the NFL draft as Tom is an NFL nut who enjoys the draft process. He gives out a couple of his picks for where he thinks certain players will wind up, and gives his thoughts on AQ Shipley, as well as the cult of Penn State football. Also included are some special appearances by Triple H and Michael Cole (1:22:59-1:56:38). It’s a great one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and a few of the guys record live from a hotel room in Pittsburgh right after coming back from WWE Monday Night Raw. They recap their roadtrip from Indiana to Cleveland to Pittsburgh and everything that they did along the way including WWE Fastlane, some of their dining experiences, and beating the inclement weather that was on their backs. Also included in the show is Pat’s interview with Rich Eisen on the NFL Network Free Agency Frenzy as he discussed Antonio Brown going to Oakland, who some of the best free agent punters are, and Rich gives him another push to keep the #McAfeeForMNF train rolling (28:54-36:08). Later, an absolute legend in the game, an NFL Hall of Famer, one of the most recognizable faces in NFL media, The Professor, John Clayton, joins the show. They discuss everything free agency related and how AB almost wound up in Buffalo, he gives a couple of ideas where he thinks certain players might land as teams are handing out insane amounts of cash, he dives into what his work weeks are like during these types of hot beds in the NFL calendar, gives his Super Bowl pick for next year, and chats about whether or not the pony tail is real (41:48-1:03:10.) It’s a fun one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys welcome in 2X State Champion, 2X NCAA Champion, member of the 2008 Olympic wrestling team, former ONE and Bellator Welterweight Champion, and one of the hottest names currently in the UFC coming off a victory at UFC 235, “Funky” Ben Askren, joins the show for an incredible conversation. They cover why the UFC/Dana White ducked him for so long and why Dana still hates him, what he wants to do with the rest of his career in the UFC, what it was like fighting in Asia for a large part of his career, some of his hobbies outside of the Octagon, his thoughts on Conor McGregor, and what some of the defining moments of his career have been (2:01-45:07). The guys also have some HUGE Tim Tebow news, chat about kids today and the issues with a participation trophy society, discuss winter weather sports, where Antonio Brown’s landing spot will be as the Steelers say he should be traded by Friday, what the deal with the anti-vaccine crowd is and where it all started, what the deal with Jim Carrey is right now, and Pat chats about his upcoming plans for Orlando including going to the Avatar theme park down there. It’s a good one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Pat is in Orlando recording the show from his hotel room as he finds himself in his first full week as a WWE employee and the guys record a late, slap happy episode. They cover his travels down to Florida, his entire first day at the complex including commentating a dark match at the WWE NXT event, and him hitting a HUGE Frog Splash on a training dummy. They also cover Zion Williamson’s shoe/knee exploding and whether or not it will affect Nike stock, some of the guys competing in a very hot and spicy chocolate eating contest, and break down the sale on St. Paddy’s day shirts available now for 20% off (through Saturday at midnight) at store.PatMcAfeeShow.com. Also included are a couple of incredible interviews. First, 2nd round pick of the New England Patriots and Pat’s teammate in Indianapolis, one of the smoothest athletes to ever play in the NFL, former defensive back, Darius Butler, joins the show. He and Pat chat about him being in the room with the owners when trying to end the Kaepernick situation, what he thinks about the way everything unfolded, what he’s expecting from his new podcast, and he answers a few questions about Antonio Brown, one of his best friends (1:11:15-1:35:21). To close out the show, 7x Pro Bowler, 2x All-Pro, former center for the New York Jets and hilarious human, Nick Mangold joins the show. He chats about what it was like playing for the Jets through the good and bad times, which version of Rex Ryan he prefers, what some of his hobbies are outside of football now that he’s retired, some Ohio St. and Michigan rivalry stories, and whether or not he’ll raise his son as a Jets fan (1:50:38-2:04:38). It’s a hilarious one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
Today’s show is a great one. First, former Heisman Trophy winner, 1st round draft pick of the Denver Broncos, the greatest college football player of all-time and current outfielder in the New York Mets organization, Tim Tebow, joins the show from Top Golf in Atlanta for an incredible conversation. They discuss what it was like being Tim Tebow in college, his transition to the NFL and the most difficult part, talks a little bit about his perspective about life, chats more about his MLB aspirations and what his walkup song will be, and how he handles all the scrutiny every time he does something (4:51-27:37). Also joining the show is the king of scoops himself, one of the best in the game at his job, the creator of the “Adam Bomb,” Adam Schefter. They discuss what Super Bowl week is like for him, the guys dig for a couple updates on some scoops, what he thinks is going to happen with the Antonio Brown situation, and the stresses of having troll Twitter accounts make fake news with his name and having to deal with the repercussions (55:54-1:13:46). The guys also recap the entire Super Bowl week from Top Golf and who some of their favorite guests were and which people surprised them. They also recap the weight loss competition, and dive into their thoughts on the Super Bowl, the commercials, and Boston Connor chats about his experience seeing the Patriots win a Super Bowl in person. It’s a great one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
On today’s show, Pat and the guys cover a vast range of topics. They discuss whether or not they think Urban Meyer will coach again and how the cult’s of college football teams impact a coach’s legacy, and get into the feedback Pat was given after calling his first NFL game and if he thinks he’ll get another chance to do so and in what capacity and where. The guys also discuss the first few days of the weight loss challenge and how the participants are battling through it, dive into a little movie talk ranging from Kevin Costner’s athletic skills, to Avatar, to Goodfellas, which results in a conversation about the current state of the mafia, and if they still operate. They also cover all the drama going on in Pittsburgh with the Steelers and talk about a couple of the potential landing spots for AB if he is to get traded, chat about the NFL playoff games this weekend and who they’re leaning towards, get into a little bit of a fast food discussion, and question where the phrase “bless you,” came from and if it should be extended to other things as well. It’s a hilarious one. Come and laugh with us, cheers.
We can’t go fucking 2 days anymore without some sort of drama like news from this team and it’s only getting worse. Quick Timeline here:
Antonio Brown Inactive. No Big Deal, that happens.
Oh AB skipped practice and walk through because of fight with teammate. Not Great.
AB’s fight was with Roethlisberger because Tomlin and Ben are butt buddies and has requested a trade. Great news. Good to hear with playoffs on the line that was going on.
Fucking Kittle fans the flames. Damn it George. We are supposed to go see Godzilla together and now you do this to me.
Tomlin comes out today and doesn’t talk great about AB. AB is hanging out with James Harrison. Everything is done.
Now that everyone is up to speed lets talk about what is going to happen. I originally thought on Friday when the story first came out that there was plenty of time over the next 9 months for everyone to apologize, go to couples therapy, do whatever it would take to be on the same page for 2019. If Gerry Bertier and Julius Campbell can become best friends with the guidance of Herman Boone then AB and Ben can be besties again too with help from Tomlin.
Now after the whole trade request, the Tomlin press conference, IG drama, and hanging with James Harrison I’m starting to think AB will be traded.
How do we feel about it is the question. Antonio Brown is incredible at football and is irreplaceable on the field, I cannot argue that. He is obviously a cancer in the locker room though. You can’t have guys skipping practices anytime they want, it’s not the first time it happened this year either. I am just so over the drama with this fucking team. It’s all the time. Ben threatening to retire, Le’Veon Bell holding out, the Martavis shit, Antonio Brown, James Harrison, Ben calling someone out. It is something all the time. I would love if all the drama was gone and we just played football. Is Tomlin to blame? Probably. He is the one who needs to get it under control. Maybe he has lost the team. Or maybe he just got unlucky and got dealt stars that have ego’s that are uncontrollable. At some point the talent does not make up for the shit going on around the team. I’ve come to realization that I am ok moving forward without Antonio Brown and Le’Veon Bell if it means a team that is actually moving forward as one. I would also love it if everything got fixed and everyone was happy again but I don’t see that happening. I just wish we could go back to good ole Uncle Charley’s Antonio Brown.
PS quit telling me with the cap that it can’t be done.
The Panthers got their dicks kicked in from start to finish in every single aspect of the game. They had one play that worked twice and that was about it. That play was the ole Christian McCaffrey wheel route.
Now lets just check out the ass whooping one TD at a time. See if we can get them all.
- Ben Roethlisberger 75 yards to Juju Smith-Schuster.
The Panthers had just scored to go up 7-0, no worries. 1 play and 75 yards later Juju and his sicko mode cleats were dancing in the end zone. Stay lit JuJu, stay lit.
2. The very next play Vinny Williams Pick 6
Tons of credit to TJ Watt for forcing this piss poor decision by Cam. Just probably not the best idea to throw it up for grabs in the middle of the field. Respect the optimism though.
3. James Conner 2 yard TD to make it 21-7
James the Punisher Conner doing what he does best. Scoring his 11th TD of the season. P.S. we have some dope new Conner shirts on the store.
4. Ben Roethlisberger 53 yards to Antonio Brown
These 2 make it look so easy. AB is so smooth when the ball is in the air doing the most subtle things to get some extra space from the corner. We knew he would have a big night after he showed he was so excited to get to the stadium today, getting pulled over going 100+ MPH in his nice little Porsche.
5. Ben Roethlisberger 12 yards to Vance McDonald
Vance will make em dance. So you’ve got AB, JuJu, and Conner under control and then you have this bull in a china shop running down the middle of the field…. Good Luck.
6. Ben Roethlisberger 8 yards to Jesse James
It’s officially a party and everyone is invited when the outlaw is getting in the end zone.
7. Ben Roethlisberger 6 yards to the rookie Jaylen Samuels
At this point the Steelers were just fucking around and seeing if they could get anyone and everyone on the offense a TD.
That was it for the TD’s but the shoutouts are not done yet.
Special Teams: Boswell went 7-7 on Xp’s and drilled a 50 yard FG so he’s basically all the way back and Rosevelt Nix caused a fumble on a kickoff to set up an easy TD.
Defense: 5 Sacks, 1 Inteception, 1 TD and put pressure on Cam all night.
It was an almost perfect game by all 3 phrases and a certain potential teammate was enjoying it all.
Few other Notes:
I can’t be mad at Eric Reid because he was in a tough position but he definitely tried ending Ben’s life
This little hey my bad man its just business fist bump made everything fine for me.
This dude falling asleep on the bench pretty much summed up the Panthers night.
What a great night for the Steelers. Buy some merch here to celebrate. https://store.patmcafeeshow.com/collections/pittsburgh
This is actually pretty impressive. I’ve been on McKnight Road many many times taking trips to the ole Ross Park Mall (best mall in Pittsburgh). On this road there is ALWAYS traffic and has 486 red lights so being able to go 100+ on said road is quite a feat. Congrats to Antonio on such an accomplishment. Good news here, he didn’t pull a LeGarrette Blount / Le’Veon where they also got charged with marijuana possession. Also good news here is that this shows how excited Antonio Brown is to play the Panthers tonight. Probably because of the Color Rush Jerseys.
In preparation of Sunday’s matchup I’d like to highlight some of the best moments between the Steelers and Ravens. If we are being honest there isn’t going to be a lot of Ravens highlights because well they are absolute garbage. To Quote the Little Rascals, “I hate their stinking guts. They make me vomit. They’re scum between my toes!” The Ravens have a hard time accepting that they are little brother so here are the greatest moments in the rivalry to remind them.
2010 Divisional Playoff Round – Antonio Brown Helmet Catch: Welcome to the rivalry Antonio Brown. Imagine giving up a 3rd and 19 with 2 minutes left in a tie ball game to lose in the divisional round. That would suck.
2008 AFC Championship Game – Ryan Clark Ends Willis McGahee: Night Night! This was just a nice little icing on the cake to an AFC Championship that had just been won by a Troy Polamalu Pick Six of Joe Flacco. That’s gotta sting.
2007 Monday Night Football – Hines Ward destroys Ed Reed: Oh just another Ravens player getting laid out, what else is new. Hines was so sly just lurking in the weeds stalking his pray until the time was perfect. You know its a kill shot when Ward immediately starts calling for the Ravens trainers. Poor Ed didn’t deserve that.
2010 Troy Polamalu Strip Sack followed by Issac Redman 3rd & Goal TD that led to Division Title: 3 Minutes left on the clock and counting, all the Ravens had to do was pick up a couple first downs and this game was over. NOPE. Troy of the edge untouched… Might want to block that guy. The Ravens still had a chance to hold the Steelers to a FG but Issac Redman had other things in mind. Imagine losing because Issac Redman steam rolled through your defense. Hysterical.
2008 Santonio Holmes game winning catch to take division lead: Down 3 with 3:30 left on the clock and Ben Roethlisberger leads the Steelers on a 92 yard drive to win on a pass to Santonio Holmes that crossed the Goal line by an inch.
2016 Antonio Brown TD To Win Division: hahahahaha Antonio Brown is 5’10” 190 lbs and just bitched 3 Ravens defenders to win the division.
2008 AFC Championship Game – Troy Pick 6 to go to the Super Bowl: My favorite sports moment of all time. Don’t even have words to describe it.
Could honestly run through a wall after all of those. Lets Fucking Go. Can’t wait for Sunday.