The radio home of the Chiefs, 101 The FOX will be re-broadcasting the first Chiefs Super Bowl win from 1969 on Sunday morning at 10 a.m. The broadcast will be heard in it’s original form with commercials and all. When was the last time you heard a Schlitz beer or cigarette commercial?
On another note, if you are like most Kansas City fans and don’t want to hear Joe (I love Bumgarner) Buck during the game on Sunday night you can always mute the TV and listen to Mitch Holthus call the game on The FOX. TOUCHDOWN KAN—SAS—CITY!!!!
Local architecture firm Pendulum Studio has put forth a proposed downtown ballpark that would be located on the east side of the downtown loop. They have launched an interactive website where you can see the design concept in more detail.
The firm admits that no one asked for their opinion on building a new ballpark. They did however take the advice of a “group of like minded Kansas City based business owners” that could bring the club downtown.
The Royals currently have a lease with Jackson County for the Truman Sports Complex that runs through 2031.
The people over at FanSided.com have come up with a drinking game to help those less than fortunate than us Chiefs fans enjoy the Super Bowl this Sunday. It’s not a bad game and could get pretty ugly depending on how closely you watch the broadcast.
They have come up with 54 different rules you can pick and choose from. I’ve listed a few of my favorites below. Good luck and if you play the game be safe and don’t drink and drive. You can find all of the rules here.
Take a drink when you see any of the following.
Whenever Patrick Mahomes does something you’ve never seen a quarterback do before.
Whenever J-Lo or Shakira say “Miami” or “South Beach” during the halftime show.
When Tyreek Hill burns Richard Sheman like toast, take a sip.
Anytime a tight end makes a big play. This game has George Kittle and Travis Kelce in it, so that’s going to happen a lot in this game. Get ready for that.
If there is a celebrity interview from a sideline reporter and the celebrity doesn’t seem to have any understanding of football, finish your beverage and get away from that self-entitled nonsense. Grab another one to cope with it, too.
If a player, coach or commentator looks sunburnt to all hell on-screen, feel free to laugh at them for not wearing sunscreen in Florida in February. It’s Florida!
Not everyone has a twitter account and absolutely no one has the time to watch all of the media coverage of this Super Bowl. With that in mind we have scrolled through Twitter to lay out some of the more interesting and funny things said over the first few days in Miami. Happy reading / listening and as always…. LET’S GO CHIEFS!!!!!!
QUESTION: Can you tell us something Patrick doesn’t do well?
From selling hot dogs at San Francisco State to eating cheeseburgers after hoisting the Lamar Hunt Trophy. A former sportswriter, an @Eagles & @Chiefs legend, and the man who thousands of fans, coaches, and players are pulling for. @PSchrags on Andy Reid.
The Chiefs have gone with a pass play 61.4% of the time this season, including playoffs. The only teams with higher % prior to playing in a Super Bowl were the 2008 Cardinals (63.1%) and the 2009 Colts (62.8%), per @EliasSports. Both teams lost in the Super Bowl. pic.twitter.com/i8NFL7vAzQ
#Chiefs HC Andy Reid talks about how his former QB Alex Smith helped his now QB Patrick Mahomes develop. He said Smith let Mahomes into his world and helped him learn about how to take care of his body, which is important. pic.twitter.com/f6oKl5rGhU
Who doesn’t love a good meme these days? We’ve done a little searching and have put together a collection of some of our favorite Chiefs memes. Hope your enjoy. Just 5 more sleeps till kick off! Go Chiefs!!!
Calling it the “biggest pep rally in Kansas City”, Kansas City Live! and the Power and Light District have announced a rally starting at 5 p.m. on Friday. Tech N9ne will perform live during the rally that runs though 11:30 Friday night.
KC Wolf and the best drum line in the NFL, Chiefs Rumble will also be making appearances at the rally. This is a family friendly event but anyone under 21 must be accompanied by an adult. After 9 p.m. only people over 21 will be allowed in the venue. LETS GO CHIEFS!!