Roughing The Kicker: Raiders Recap

November 22, 2014

In the first post-Chiefs-loss episode of RTK on Arrowhead Addict, Ryan Landreth and I sing a song, then trudge through the narrative of Chiefs-Raiders as we discuss every sickening angle we can imagine, dissect every problem the Chiefs must resolve, and generally lament about the inevitable disappointments that the Chiefs have delivered to fans every year within our lifetimes.

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Roughing The Kicker: Seahawks Review, Oakland Preview

November 18, 2014

Continuing with an all-Chiefs format to RTK, Ryan Landreth and I kick off the show with an in-depth breakdown of the Chiefs' big victory over Seattle, breaking down the matchups that brought the victory to Kansas City. Then we talk about the Rams' huge victory over the injury-riddled Broncos, blast through the rest of the week in the NFL, then preview Thursday Night Football, when the Chiefs travel to Oakland to take on the 0-10 Raiders.

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Roughing The Kicker: Seahawks vs. Chiefs Preview

November 15, 2014

Ryan Landreth and Josh Brisco take the show in several directions. We start off with some discussion about the Arrowhead/Kauffman food debacle, then break down both sides of the ball for the Chiefs and Seahawks for Sunday's matchup. Then we identify the three NFL games Of Chief Importance, games that Chiefs fans should keep an eye on. Then we identify the key takeaway for Kansas City-Seattle and move on to... a breaking news story about Uranus. You'll have to listen to understand.

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Roughing The Kicker: Chiefs-Bills Week 10 Recap

November 11, 2014

Ryan Landreth and Josh Brisco talk about the Kansas City Chiefs' defining victory over the Buffalo Bills, buying into Alex Smith, and Ron Super-Parker's big day.

We talk about how the Chiefs offensive line must improve, how Smith held up behind it, how the defense has kept up their shutdown performances, and how they can continue this run through the rest of the regular season and... maybe into the playoffs?

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AA Radio Episode #17

January 16, 2014

The AA Radio crew returns for one last episode, saying goodbye to the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs regular season. Kenny Cember, Stacy Smith and Jason Seibel break down the Chiefs historic 9-0 start to the season, while discussing who played key roles in making that run happen. 

Moving into the bye week and beyond, the crew discusses the Chiefs defense and their decline after the mid-season break. While the defense spiraled though, the Chiefs offense found its stride and quarterback Alex Smith found his stride as the team's leader. Of course, the crew also breaks down how running back Jamaal Charles was the only consistent during the entire season.

Moving on, each member of the panel grades all the position groups on the Chiefs on both offense and defense. For the most part, the crew fell in line not only with each other, but also the readers who participated as well. 

In the final wrap up of the show, Jason broke down the Chiefs opponents for next season, showing that the 2014 season could stand to be quite difficult if the team doesn't get better in the off season.

A big thank you to all the Addicts who listened during the season. We'll be back through the off season with some updates on the draft, free agency and training camp, but we'll return for Week 1 of the preseason in the 2014 season!

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AA Radio Episode #16

January 3, 2014

Jason Seibel returns for the first time in two weeks to talk about all things Kansas City Chiefs. After a two week break from the show due to illness and the holidays, Jason returns with fellow Addicts Kenny Cember and Stacy "Reach" Smith to discuss the Chiefs' Week 17 game against the San Diego Chargers as well as their upcoming Wild Card playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts. 

The crew broke down the Chiefs heartbreaking loss against the Chargers in which the Chiefs sat 20 of their 22 starters. Despite the poor officiating, the Chiefs were in the game until the very end. All three members of the panel agreed that the Chiefs backups looked good in the outing. Stacy briefly touched on the fact that the Chiefs should have played their starters, at least to some degree.

Looking ahead to the playoffs, the crew was plenty talkative since the Chiefs first post season appearance since 2010. The panel agreed that the Chiefs need to win this game to get the playoff monkey off of their back. 

The show ends with the hope that there will be an episode next week, because that will mean that the Chiefs have won their first playoff game in 20 years.
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AA Radio Episode #15

December 12, 2013

It's Week 15 in the NFL and the Kansas City Chiefs are on the verge of clinching their first playoff spot since 2010. Jason Seibel and Kenny Cember break down the Chiefs epic win against the Washington Redskins and talk about how the Chiefs were able to put all three phases of the game together to win.

Then, exclusive to Arrowhead Addict Radio, Pete Prisco joins the show in an interview he conducted with Jason Seibel earlier in the week. Jason breaks down Pete's thoughts on the Chiefs and why he dubbed them the "worst 9-0 team" in history. They discuss the Chiefs defense and how Pete put an astericks on them from the beginning of the season. Make sure you listen and find out how far Prisco thinks the Chiefs will get in the playoffs.

After the interview, Jason and Kenny break down Prisco's thoughts and discuss what they agreed with and didn't. 

Finally, the duo breaks down the upcoming game pitting the Chiefs against the Oakland Raiders and what it means for the AFC Playoff Picture. If the Chiefs win, they clinch a playoff spot.

Kenny's final thought is for Chiefs fans to stay away from Denver Broncos trolls on Twitter and not get into Twitter fights. Jason's is to keep it red, keep it yellow and keep it CHIEFS!
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AA Radio Episode #14

December 5, 2013

Jason Seibel is back this week to discuss all things Chiefs with Andrew Kulha and Kenny Cember. The crew begins the show discussing the Chiefs third loss in a row against the Denver Broncos on Sunday. They then turn their sights on what are acceptable expectations for this Chiefs team moving forward. 

Then, it's on to the Washington Redskins game this Sunday which all three agreed is a must win for the Chiefs to get out of the slump they're in.

After wrapping up the AFC West and playoff outlook the crew ends the show with a look at the ESPN Power Rankings.
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AA Radio Episode #13

November 27, 2013

Jason Seibel returns this week with guests Kenny Cember and Stacy "Reach" Smith. The crew discusses the Chiefs heartbreaking loss to the San Diego Chargers 38--41 on Sunday. Jason then introduced Sayre Bedringer, the co-editor at Predominantly Orange, the Fansided site for the Denver Broncos.

The foursome discussed the Broncos own heartbreaking loss to the Patriots in overtime on Sunday Night before setting their sights on the Chiefs game against the Broncos in Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday. Sayre brought a great deal of insight to the crew providing a perspective outside the realm of just a "Chiefs fan."

After saying goodbye to Sayre, Stacy, Kenny and Jason discussed exactly who this team is moving forward with the loss of Tamba Hali and Justin Houston before discussing the AFC playoff picture and what scenarios could potentially play out.

The crew wrapped up the show with some final thoughts and predictions for Sunday's game.

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AA Radio Episode #12

November 21, 2013

Jason Seibel and Kris Kilduff return this week to break down the Chiefs loss to the Denver Broncos and discuss what the Chiefs need to do moving ahead to resume their winning ways. They talk about a lot of the finger pointing that went on in the days after the Chiefs first loss of the season and discuss other quarterbacks that could potentially play for the Chiefs in a game of "would you rather." Looking ahead to the San Diego game, they talk about the consistency of the chargers and whether or not Phillip will actually "cry a river" on Sunday. Finally, they wrap up the AFC West with a look at the Broncos vs. Patriots and the ESPN Power Rankings.

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