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Quarter Back

Netflix original documentary Quarterback was released July 12th, 2023.

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Pat Mahomes, Quarterback, Netflix, 2PM Productions, NFL Films, Netflix Studios, Omaha Productions
Pat Mahomes, Quarterback, Netflix, 2PM Productions, NFL Films, Netflix Studios, Omaha Productions

Patrick Mahomes

Pat Mahomes wins his second Super Bowl championship in 6 seasons in Phoenix, Arizona.

Pat Mahomes, Quarterback, Netflix, 2PM Productions, NFL Films, Netflix Studios, Omaha Productions

“Hey, 25! 25, this… you! This is what I do! This is what I do! Let’s go! They don’t know I watch tape. I got tape, brother. I got tape. Everybody sees the game days. But they don’t see the day-to-day grind. They don’t see how you have to manage playing football and being a dad and being a husband. Mm-hm. Love you. Always. It’s gotta be Kirk. His neck is so heavy right now. No. Fuck! It doesn’t feel good.” — Patrick Mahomes

“Let me get that! Kansas City, baby! We did it, baby. We did it. I love you. Winning a Super Bowl early, I think, was a good thing. In a sense of, all you want to do is get back to that spot again. Once you’ve won it, nothing else can be successful.” — Patrick Mahomes

“Using Head & Shoulders every day is like great offense for my hair. Yeah, it was wild. Once you win that Super Bowl, like, everybody, media and endorsement deals and all this stuff of the field comes flying at you. But as far as pressure on the field, I always keep it in perspective that this is a game that I love to play, and I’m gonna enjoy it. This is what I do! I’ve been in four AFC Championship games now. I’ve won two and lost two. I’ve lost one Super Bowl and won one Super Bowl. You’re a legend, man. Congrats, man. You’re amazing. For sure. I’ll tell you what, those lossed stick with you more than the wins do. And so, for me, the goal is the Super Bowl. And if you don’t win the Super Bowl, you feel you haven’t reached your goal. Ready, hut!” — Patrick Mahomes

“Picture before everybody gets here? It’s over here. All right. Get your angles right, Hugo. Hide my phone. All right. There’s gotta be a good one. Gotta be a good one in there. Gotta be a good one. Gotta be a good one in there. Gotta be. No… ugh. Bruh… the way me and Brittany met is we met, uh, kind, in seventh, eighth grade. She was a grave above me. KI was like the best friend, in the friend zone forever. I used to walk her to class, and was trying to flirt. When I was a sophomore in high school, and she was a junior, I actually got her a rose. I was kinda… I had a crush on her. But I was getting the rose as a joke, but kind of a quotation ‘joke.’ And, for Valentine’s Day… Silver! Did you not see what happened? They were fighting dogs on the other side of the fence. We’re trying to find a babysitter right now. Me and Brittany are expecting again. We’re gonna have a baby here at the end of November. Um, it’s gonna be a baby boy. He’ll be Patrick Lavon Mahomes III. All right, I’m done. The first two weeks of the football season flew. Flew by. It was like, you played that first game, and immediately played again, like… is that my hair? I can’t believe the hair. Look at the hair, though. Hey! That is hair. You can see it, bro. Thank y’all. Yes. What? I saw it at the beginning. I’m done. I’m for real. I’mma see y’all. No. I’m out.” — Patrick Mahomes

“We heard it all off-season that we weren’t gonna be the same without Tyreek Hill. I mean, for good reason ’cause of such a great player that he is. Obviously, losing Tyreek, everybody was kinda ready for the Chiefs to kind of take that step back. Set. Set. Let’s go. Let’s go get a field goal. Let’s go get a field goal. Let’s go get a field goal. We were playing the Colts. At the time they didn’t have a good record. Timeout! Timeout! Timeout! I think guys took that for granted. Set!” — Patrick Mahomes

“I mean, I don’t expect any growing pains. You obviously have new players, and you don’t know how everybody’s gonna respond to tough situations. So, you know, we can learn from it. But for me, I mean, our schedule gets no easier. We have a hard game, Sunday Night Football, against Tampa next week with a great defense. So we have to get better quickly. And if we don’t, we don’t want these L’s to start piling up. We wanna make sure we get back on that winning train. Blue-80, set, hut! Higher. I think it’s gonna be higher. That’s perfect pace. I was gonna tell you to put pace, and you did it anyways. Yeah, baby. One more, Noah. My bad. Get set! Get set! Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go! I see you, boy! I see you, boy! I see you, boy! Let’s get it! Let’s get it! Let’s go! Let’s go! All day! All day! We got the lead early, but when you play great quarterbacks, especially Tom Brady, you have to make sure that you really keep the pressure on ’cause he’ll fire his team up and get back into the game. Hey, keep the pressure on. Keep the foot down. Let’s go. Let’s go. Fuck! In this league, when you miss on easy, slam-dunk throws that could be touchdowns… my bad, one. …usually those things will change an entire game. Go, white-80. Set-hut! I’m like that. I’m like that. I’m– I’m not usually impressed until I see it on film, like, after. Or seeing it on Twitter after, or whatever that is.” — Patrick Mahomes

“You don’t necessarily know what it looks like when it happens on field. But I remember when I hit the sideline, all I could think about was how lucky I was that I made that play. Because if not, we would have really lost points on that drive. I had to make up for it with that shit. I had to make up for that shit. Had to make up for that miss, bruh. I missed a wide open tub, gotta make up for that somehow. Hey. Good luck this year. Do your thing. Good luck the rest of the way out. Yes, sir.” — Patrick Mahomes

“Feel good. Feel good. Raiders week is the one rivalry in this league that I feel like is like a college rivalry. You have that bit of hatred towards that team, and you can feel the energy. It’s just different. Love you. Love you. Love you. Whoo! Set, hut! Go blue-80. Set, hut! Hut! There’s always mind games that you play in the NFL. He was trying to do whateer he could to kinda get in my head. A little push or a little shove. Wrap me up and hold me a little extra longer. Set, hut! They’re diving at me after every play. After every play, 98’s diving at me, though. Watch 98 dive at me. 98 dives at me after every play. Set, hut! And then he kind of gave me one of those extra punches on the arm. Come on, dawg. I know what you’re doing, but just chill out a little bit, you know? Don’t just punch me for no reason, dawg. I understand you touching me, but don’t punch me, bro. I was already frustrated we weren’t playing at a good enough level that I expected. And it kinda just snapped.” — Patrick Mahomes

“I’m here all day! I’m here all day! I’m here all day! I’m here all day! I’m here all day! You woke up the wrong motherfucker! You woke up the wrong motherfucker! You woke up the wrong motherfucker! You woke up the wrong motherfucker! All of a sudden, I go into that mode where I don’t know what I’m saying. I’m just kinda blacking out and going crazy. I’m here! I’m here! I’m here! I’m here! Whenever Coach Reid has to grab you and pull you aside, you know you’re going too far. He’s usually like, let your personality show. Coach Reid grabbed me and was like, ‘hey, we gotta calm down a little bit.’ 98’s ass, bro. Yes, sir. I think our team needed it at that moment. And it fired the guys up to see me that fired up. Go blue-80, set, hut! Set, hut! We keep rolling. We keep rolling, dawg. Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s go! Let’s fucking go! Down, set! Four of ’em! Four of ’em! Four of ’em! Four of ’em! Four of ’em! That’s what I’m talking about! That’s what I’m fucking talking about! I’m fucking talking about, baby! Getting down 17-0, guys could have kind of folded and quit. But guys responded, came back, we won a game. It’s gonna build that grit and toughness that I think we’ll beed as we get to the later part of the season. Down, set, hut. Hey. You know I love you, dawg. Hell of a game. You’re a fucking baller.” — Patrick Mahomes

“Me and Crosby were, like, about to fight. He kept kinda doing it. Like, some D-linemen try to get in your head touching you all the time. I threw a ball and sat there for a second. Five seconds later, he came up and jabbed me in the arm. Like, punched me hard, and I just go… ‘hey, bro.’ I was like, ‘hey.’ I was like, ‘nah. Yeah, don’t… I understand something, but hey.’ The next play I threw a touchdown, I was like, ‘all right!'” — Patrick Mahomes

“You know where I messed up, though? I cut back on that run, I thought… I could have really scored. I went to slide, and I was like, ‘wait, I could have scored, bruh.’ After the game, I always think about the plays that I miss. Win or lose, I can win a game and have great stats. But you can go back to those plays like, ‘if I’d made that throw at that moment, it could have been even better.’ You’re gonna look at positives and enjoy those. I said you messed with the wrong dude. Threw a touchdown, next play. But I think looking at the negatives, and figuring out ways to be better on those… learning from those are gonna make you great.” — Patrick Mahomes

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Brittany Mahomes

“Kick some ass, okay. Love you. You’re a daddy’s girl today. He thinks he’s about to play a damn game? Has he lost his mind? I’m so proud of you!”

“Yeah. I do. Yeah, that angle, like… like, right at your face, yeah. Scoot over. We weren’t even in the middle. Maybe I’ll just put my hand on my belly. Oh my God. He hates taking pictures. Probably not many realize that. But he’s not a picture guy. So, getting good photos with him is, yes, a struggle. Okay, we have one more spot. By that thing. Yeah. I’m pregnant, and we have to work on all the angles. He thought it was a joke. I thought it was the cutest thing in the world. And then everyone at our lunch table started chanting, ‘kiss him, kiss him,’ and made it really awkward. Um… ’cause we were ‘just friends.’ So yeah, that’s kind of what started it, and I thought it was cute, and then I… actually… is he yelling? At the dogs… okay, we could hear you screaming at the dogs, bro. No. So they were chanting, and I thought it was kind of awkward, and it was funny, and then we just kind of… I was like, ‘okay, this guy is actually kind of cute. Maybe I do like him.’ So then we just started talking, and then started dating. Cheese! Happy birthday! ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪ Happy birthday, dear Pat ♪ Happy birthday to you ♪. Blow out the candles! Hey, babe. You’re gonna be really mad. But there’s another photo op over there. The lighting is way better. Wait. One more. Hey, who wants to play limbo?”

“Play hard. Love you.”

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Kirk Cousins

“Let’s go upstairs and read, okay? Let’s do the ‘Book of Why’ in Sports Illustrated. Let’s do that. That was a good one. Why does the NFL have so many rules against hitting quarterbacks? First, there’s the fact that when a quarterback is throwing a pass, he’s in no position to protect himself. An injury to the quarterback can sink a team’s entire season. Did you know the season-ending knee injury Tom Brady suffered in the first game of the 2008 season led to a ban on hitting quarterbacks below the knee. And Dad is forever grateful.”

“Yeah. I got three words for you. You like that? Golly! Jenga! Down, one, set! I love going to war with you guys, man! I think to whom much is given, much is required. And it’s an incredible privilege to be a pro quarterback in this league. This was a turducken. And this is about as close as they’ll ever get to crawling into our skin and seeing what it’s like to truly live in our day-in, day-out basis. In NFL history? Doesn’t feel like it should be over. Yeah.”

“So, what we’re gonna do is, tomorrow after practice, I’ve got a list going right now of all the plays that need… have signals or need signals that are somewhat new or newer. We’re gonna, tomorrow, post-practice, we’re gonna walk the whole field and run one play after another. I’m gonna give him this goalposts logo. Differentiate between Sombrero and Halo. I don’t want anybody yo think I’m doing a halo or I’m doing a sombrero. So I’ll try to make sure the difference. And then saber is gonna be me wielding a lightsaber like in Star Wars. One-eighty! 180, set! Good job not turning around on the throwback. You like that? Go win it. I think my story, going back to school, has been one of being, you know, a little overlooked, a little underrated. I love this quote by Margaret Thatcher that says, ‘if my critics saw me walking on water, they’d say it’s because I can’t swim.’ Ready! Set, hut! Started a lot of games in this league. Thrown for a lot of yards, a lot of touchdowns. But, I want a lot more than just one playoff victory. And so, for me, you know, to make the final years of my football career the best years of my career it’s gonna come down to winning. We hired a new coach, Kevin O’Connell. And he and I had worked together for one season in Washington in 2017. He was my quarterback coach. Changes are inevitable with new coaches. Like, how you’re calling plays. XPP, okay… being in a new system has caused me to feel like, at times, I’m back to being a rookie. And I need to get more comfortable with it. Um, and really own it. This is just a play that I haven’t run until this year. The elements of it to my right where Adam and J.J. are running are similar to things I’ve done in the past. But the route that K.J.’s running, and how you’d get to it, or the read you’d take to get you there, it’s not something I’ve ever done.”

“Down, one, set! Week one, I remember coming off the field, being shocked at just how smooth everything went. Gotta keep grinding. It was a nearly flawless game offensively. Which was surprising with a first-year head coach. Yeah! That’s big-time! That’s big-time! Hey. What I really like is the finish, man. Not a lot of guys would be able to make that six points. We’re running our, you know… 14-week on or 12-duo. You just get us off the field with six points. Great job finishing. Great job finishing.”

“It’s special to win at home, week one, divisional opponent. Um… so, it’s a great start. Thank you so much. That’s a good guess. I wish it was L.L. Bean or Eddie Bauer. Maybe that first my brand a little more. But my wife dresses me, by the way. It happened to me at Patagonia. You know, when people say, ‘boy, Kirk Cousins must be drowning in Kohl’s cash,’ that just had me laughing. I’m pretty bad at fashion, but that’s because I want all my decision energy going to football. So I like to just pass it off to Julie, and let her handle it. I don’t get it, right? ‘Cause I’m just kind of a basic guy. Pretty boring. All right, diving catches. Ready? Ready. Good catch, Coop. Oh yeah, he caught it. Maybe that’s it. I’m boring. Then, when I do something that isn’t as boring, it becomes something funny. You like that? You like that! I’m aware of the conversion van I drove becoming a thing. I do. I’m a van guy, and… I feel right at home right now. 180! 180, set, hut! For that first play, it was a run play with a check. And with the run game rules we had I needed to get out of the play. I wasn’t quite sure, and I was a little undecided. And I just decided to just let it eat, and it was kind of a dead play. That was one of those moments where I realize, you know, I’m not comfortable yet in this system. I gotta can that first one. I knew it. I knew it. I was like, do I wanna run a Randall into this five-man front? Talk to me. You’re good. You just didn’t feel like you had it? I got you. I got you. Just come flat. I got you. That’s all right. I was blown away after week one, how clean the game was. And it was almost a false sense of security after week one that reared its ugly head in week two. So that started with that first play, and that run check, then it kind of snowballed from there, and it was a game that got away from us. And tonight was a complete disaster.”

“Yeah, so, State of the Union, I feel like, uh… the Eagles game obviously was a disaster. So, um… you know, you gotta make sure that you don’t allow… you don’t wanna see the road game failure to spill over into a second one. And then allow that to become… a thing. One poor decision can set you all the way back. My goodness. But you can’t… you can’t play the position if you’re not giving yourself the grace to make mistakes. If that makes sense? I just started meeting with Dr. Mack this season. Um… I had spoken with other psychologists in the past, just as an exercise to be able to have a place to go vent. Honestly, I think, at times, we carry, like, a doubt mindset. Wondering what’s coming around the corner. I think there’s some power in just sort of talking about what I’m processing. And what thoughts are going through my head, and maybe if those need to be changed, or they need to be leaned into more. It’s not gonna be easy. It never is. Yeah, that’s good. How we doing? Let’s do it. Down. One-set! Gotta be kidding. On the ball. On the ball. Down, one, set!”

“As painful as missing that third-down throw was, it was big in the outcome of the game that we stayed on the field to get points on that drive. And a big call by Kevin to go for it on 4th down. All right. Here we go, I’m good. Let’s go, O. Right now. Come on. Let’s do this. Let’s do this. Down, one, set! Hey, Louie, Louie! Down, one, set! That’s a great call! We’re on the way, man. On the way, man. Man…”

“This is the best way to finish a hard day’s work, Cooper. We built a good fir, Coop. The win today doesn’t change what happened Monday night in Philadelphia. But, emotionally, you feel like, uh, more is right with the world. Oh. Burned my… burned a hole in my sweatshirt. That’s my favorite sweatshirt. Shoot. Dad likes that sweatshirt too. This will be my bonfire sweatshirt.”

“It was a such a good play design. And such a good play call, to the throw to K.J. that I missed. Man, when you miss ones like that, it just… it eats at you. I’m still on a quest to try to figure out how do I fulfill my potential as a player and a person? While not driving myself crazy with the standard I’m asking. It can be a miserable place to live because you’re never gonna be perfect. And when you set that as your standard, you set yourself up for failure.”

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Julie Cousins

“So, normally for home games, I like to pick his outfit. We got some plaids, some stripes, some solids. We kind of go with the simple, um… people call it ‘Dad’ style. But I think it’s very classic. Week one, I thought, this is the perfect shirt, for September, for week one. It’s got some fall colors in it. It’s lightweight, short-sleeve. It was a hot day. So I just went with it. I was kind of thinking for a while, how do I tell him that his shirt is all over the Internet? I actually thought the comments were so funny. I just… I just feel like we’re very normal people. Like, yes, we do shop at Target and Sam’s Club. And… so it’s like, if you wanna laugh at that, go for it.”

“I was… pretty calm most of the game until the very end. And I ended up putting in my worship music at the end for the last minute, ’cause I was just feeling so overwhelmed, and like… just needed to calm down. What a fun surprise! No way. Oh no. Daddy’s on fire. Look.”

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Marcus Mariota

“Hey, you get one opportunity a week. Let’s put it all together for four quarters. And then, on top of that, you gotta prepare yourself weekly for a game. …Lamar, Y-slide. ‘Cause you’re going against the best of the best.”

“Pretend to be a gentleman and open the door? My wife and I, we found out she was pregnant on April Fools’ Day. So, I thought she was kidding. I thought she was joking. Um… you know, initially, and then… yeah. There’s a whole bunch of excitement. Then there’s, like, ‘okay, how are we gonna do this?’ Just sitting like this? She’s always kicking there. A smile. That’s cute. I’d like to think I’m ready. That’s what everyone says, right? ‘Oh, I’m ready.’ I’ll find out when the baby comes if I’m ready or not.”

“Oh yeah. Never had a girl. Like… like, young girl cousins, didn’t have any. I just never spent a lot of time so, like… raising a girl is gonna be weird. I know. I know. She’s the first grandchild on both sides. Yeah, she’s about to be so spoiled. Mikaia. Thank you. You know, free agency is such an interesting deal. Especially in my position, talking to teams, you know. Seeing what the interest level was, where they viewed me, and in what role would I play. Um… you know, and Atlanta kept coming up, um, just a lot with the relationship with Arthur. I met Coach Arthur as a rookie. We were together in Tennessee for five. You know, I was going through a little bit of confidence issues. I wasn’t sure if I wanted to keep playing the position, playing football in general. A couple seasons in Las Vegas, I was the backup to Derek Carr. It was a good reset in my career, allowed me to get healthy. And I found the love, again, of the game. It came down to the fact… my relationship with Art was one of importance. And it was just a really cool opportunity for me to be part of a team again, and get a chance to start. Good morning. Good, how are you? Yeah. Have a good day. Yeah. Yeah! What’s up, buddy? Let’s go! Hey, man, it’s an absolute pleasure. Come out with the mindset to win. We go West Right Ace 12-Duo. On one, ready? Set, white-80! White, set-hut! Let’s go! White-80! White, set, hut!”

“Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Hey, make sure we stay in bounds. Stay in bounds. Third and one right here. If you get a foot, you win the game. On me. On one, ready? Axe Orbit. Axe Orbit. Hey, we’re good! We’re good! White-80! White, set-hut! It’s on me. We’re good. Yep. It was my fault 100% on the snap. No way! Yeah, really, it’s crazy, like, just how close the margins are in the NFL. Especially at the quarterback position, you know, a decision that you make in a matter of seconds can ultimately determine the outcome of not only the game, but maybe a season. Onto the next, brother. Hell yeah. A lot of football, brother. Lot of football.”

“Do we still have to build the crib? First and foremost, you have to be self-critical. What can I do better in this situation, better in this scenario? Set, hut! So that when it does arise again, I’ll be prepared, and I’ll go out there and make the right play. It’s gonna be so much more now.”

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Kiyomi Mariota

“You can. You don’t pretend. Hi. Good. That’s how she was last time too. Damsel in distress. That makes sense. Oh yeah, she’s moving. Maybe she has… it goes so fast. Already a daddy’s girl.”

“Honestly, expecting our first child during football season, I was a little nervous for. Um… just ’cause we were gonna be so far away from family. But, going into Atlanta, some of the coaching staff we had known previously. So it seemed like a really good opportunity for a fresh start.”


Peyton Manning

“Omaha! Set! All right, look… I’m a little biased. But for my money, there’s simply not a harder position in sports than being an NFL quarterback. I mean, think about it. As a quarterback, every single play, you’re the focus. You have to know everyone else’s job just as well as your own. You got these two over there. You can’t hear half the time, the weather is bad, you got 300-pound linemen trying to kill ya. Win or lose, you are going to be front and center. You have to give credit when it’s good. You have to take blame when it’s bad. You have to face the music when times are tough. And there’s always someone waiting to take your spot. Beginning in September, each of the 32 teams selects one man to be their starting quarterback. And in 2022, that list included these three. Marcus Mariota. Kirk Cousins. And Patrick Mahomes. Now, these are three very different players. Each in very different situations. But they all have one common goal. To lead they team to a Super Bowl victory. And during the 2022 season… …they allowed unprecedented access to capture that quest. This is one year, following three men. Every hit… …every hurt… …every high… …of the hardest position in sports.”

Coach Andy Reid

“I’mma take you out here.”

“People said, well, we lost our best receiver. Which, arguably, we did, best in the National Football League. And so, well, we won’t be as good. Our pass game will be off… he just took that and ran with it. And said, hey, we’re gonna work at it. . The amount of time that he spent with those guys is something that most quarterbacks in this league have not done with their players.”

“Come on. Who you after? Hey, I like it!”

Coach Kevin O’Connell

“Everybody seems to have something to say about the way he plays quarterback. Or… how he plays in certain games, and things like that. Kirk, turn this thing loose. So much of it is narratives. Some of which about Kirk are false narratives. Let’s just call it what they are. Kirk, to me, is really built for it. I mean, he’s such a process-oriented, driven guy. That’s good decision right there. Good. Good. Good. Let’s go West Right Ace-Z Insert. Jac Patrick XPP. Can it to Jab Duo…”

“You’re playing your ass off. It’s gonna be me and you talking all day. We’re in this together every step. You’re the best player on the field. All right? We roll. Let’s go.”

“Have yourself a day. You’re ready to roll. You know what, though? For you to hang with the Mexico like that, and then make that play… I’m so freaking proud of you. Great job.”

Coach Arthur Smith

“I was there the entire time through Marcus’ journey in Tennessee. Throughout the seasons, we had some success.”

“Marcus went out to play with the Raiders. And then we were able to reconnect, and… it was… he had a different perspective, and I was in a different spot. We drafted Desmond in the third round. And Marcus, he handled it well. To his credit, he’s a very resilient guy.”

“Hey. Good play on that Wiz. Keep, didn’t realize Kaleb soaked him. Hell of a play by you.”

Justin Jefferson

“Hey! You like that one? I got you. He was just sitting there. That’s on me.”

Kirk’s Kids

“Yeah.” ‘Big Book of Why.'”

“Okay. Ready, Dad. He get it?”

Randi Mahomes

“Oh, my baby!”

Tom Brady

“Keep at it. Let’s keep in touch. All right.”

“You’re great. Keep it up.”


“What is happening? Is that Patrick?”

“Oh, that’s cute! Cute. Yeah. Yeah. That’s hair? Okay, bro. Happy birthday!”


“Welcome in. How are y’all doing? Good. I’m Tara. I’ll be doing your ultrasound today. So she is head-down, face-up, which is a good thing. So she’s there… butt… and legs come back over this way. Ah, you see the hand? Oh, did you see that? I’ll go back and… I can rewind. Okay, let’s go ahead and listen to her heart. Perfect. And she’s doing so good. She’s like, ‘fine, dad. I’ll do good.'”

Maxx Crosby

“Punch you? What, boy? I’m the right one!”

NFL / Media

“You all right?”

“Ready, set, hut! Oh my God!”

“180, white-hut!”

“Hey, 48. What you got? You got #48!”

“No one really to blame but myself.”

“Planning on making a change at quarterback?”

“Yeah! Go! Cousins, touchdown! Hey! Whoo! The greatest comeback in history! How’d you pull off– Marcus Mariota, what’s going on with that? Not with the team. Not with the team? Would you understand if he decided to make a change at QB? Cousins has to hold that ball till the very last second. Looks like the ankle got twisted.”

“And this one is over. Kansas City has won their first Super Bowl in 50 years! With Patrick Mahomes leading the comeback. He is the Super Bowl 54 MVP! Can you imagine the unbridled joy of a man not yet 25 years old being the Super Bowl MVP?”

“You know, he is now the face of our league. He is the face of the NFL, best player in the NFL… this is aguy who is going to be the face of the league for the foreseeable future. By the way, you wanna know who has the most commercials? For the past few years, hairstylists have had a request for a now popular hairstyle, the Patrick Mahomes haircut.”

“They shovel it inside, Edwards-Helaire, touchdown! I think for Mahomes… I mean, I’m expecting the world from him this season. Patrick Mahomes, impeccable. Five touchdown passes. He doesn’t turn 27 until next Saturday. When you have Patrick Mahomes in an environment he’s in, they’re always a Super Bowl contender. Snap to Mahomes, now Mahomes scrambling to his right side. He is gonna pump-fake it, trying to get to the outside. Now fires it sidearm, caught! And into the end zone, McKinnon! As long as Mahomes is on the roster, every week they should be the favorites. Heavy favorites. You know why? And I don’t say this lightly… they have the best player in the history of the sport. Wow! Bar none.”

“Kirk Cousins, not much expected when Washington drafted him to be a backup way back in 2012. Seized every single opportunity. Ten years later, is the Vikings’ franchise quarterback. It’s a good story. Great stats. But his job is about winning. And Kirk has yet to even come close to the Super Bowl. For Cousins, that clock is ticking.”

“Thanks for giving us some time. We appreciate it. You know, in my business they do rankings. You end up landing anywhere from, like, ten to 12 to 14. So… does it bug you? Does it, deep-down, frost you at all? Do you say that does bother you? Or you allow to let it bother you? Or do you even talk about that kind of stuff?”

“They are gonna turn the page at some point if you’re just continuing to be a fringe playoff team. The Minnesota Vikings have beaten the New Orleans Saints.”

“A happy Sunday to you, and welcome to US Bank Stadium. It is the kickoff to the 2022 Minnesota Vikings’ season. I’m in for this game, and I love the fact that we’re gonna see what this offense looks like. Vikings march down the field behind the throwing of Kirk Cousins.”

“He’ll throw right. Look at that! Jefferson, uncovered! Twenty, 15, ten, dances to the right for the five, dives for the end zone… touchdown!”

“Congratulations on the win. We’re trying to come up with a bet on the yellow plaid shirt you had on yesterday after the game. Seton? I’m gonna go L.L. Bean. All right. Marv? I’m gonna go Eddie Bauer. Eddie Bauer. I’m gonna go REI. All right, and…”

“You like that? You like that? They are yelling, ‘you like that?’ I like that.”

“Remember when Kirk Cousins was like, ‘you like that?’ He was talking about his van. ‘Cause you drive one of these guys, right?”

“A couple of 1-0 teams get together for the second game on Monday Night Football. The Vikings, they’ve seen their QB, Kirk Cousins be very good. They brought in Kevin O’Connell, first-year head coach, to make him great. And, man, last week was a heck of a way to start. Yeah, it was all good. I’m excited to watch this offense and what they’re capable of doing. First and ten from the 25. Cousins under center, hand off, Dalvin, stutter steps at the line. And that’s gonna be a loss of one. That’s not a great way to start. Cousins, deep drop. Passes left, intercepted. Cousins loops it to Jefferson. And it’s intercepted by Darius Slay. And for Kirk Cousins, that is his first three-interception game since October of 2020. Final score, Philly 24, Vikings seven.”

“How far can Kirk take this team even with O’Connell as his coach, becomes the question.”

“Big changes for Atlanta this year at Quarterback. After a decade as the franchise guy, Matt Ryan is out, Marcus Mariota in.”

“Are you nervous about f-ing it up? Well, I have. Dude, you’re dead. Two little girls at home, it’s over. Oh no. Wow. You got a name picked out? Oh that’s awesome, dude. Congratulations.”

“Now he’s gonna scramble for the end zone. Pump-faking, fires late. It’s knocked down and caught by Mariota! And stretches for a touchdown! What a play, Marcus Mariota, who just threw, and caught, a touchdown pass! Man! That’s why you the leader. Like a lot of things with QBs, and this is a competitive league. There’s a lot of… a lot of change. It’s constant. Tennessee has made a change at quarterback. Out is Marcus Mariota, in is Ryan Tannehill. Sometimes that can have a huge effect, especially on a young player.”

“Jackpot, baby! Marcus Mariota! Good morning. How we doing? Hello! You’re the real one. Have a good one, Marcus.”

“Marcus needs to make the most of this opportunity. You only get so many chances in the NFL to be a franchise quarterback. And, oh yeah, the Falcons drafted another quarterback in the third round. With the 74th pick in the 2022 NFL Draft… the Atlanta Falcons select Desmond Ridder, quarterback, Cincinnati. When I watched him on tape, my comparison was Marcus Mariota. And here he is, he’s gonna go there and learn from Marcus Mariota. And hope to eventually take his job.”

“Good? And here he is… Marcus Mariota. Mariota starting again. First time since 2019. Mariota spent five years in Tennessee. Former Heisman Trophy winner out of Oregon. Second overall pick, the 2015 draft. Last two years backed up… Derek Carr with the Raiders. From the 25-yard line, Mariota… will pick up a first. And that’s one of his strengths. Which is what Arthur Smith loves about Marcus Mariota, that ability for the designed runs to get outside. From under center, Mariota’s gonna keep it and sneak for the touchdown! Oh-ho-ho! How about ya, Marcus Mariota? With 100 seconds to go in the ball game. Fumbled the snap! Picks it up. Dives, and I think he’s still gonna be a step short. Thanks to the botched exchange, keeps the Falcons from picking up a first down. They would’ve been able to run out the clock. That’s all Mariota.”

“Oh boy, that was big. We’re good. It’s gonna be a 51-yarder for Wil Lutz. And Lutz’s kick is good! The ball game ends. You know we can get there. Marcus Mariota fumbled the snap on third and one. You lost the game. So, the season is off and running.”

“The Kansas City Chiefs, what have we learned about them so far? Gotta remember this team traded their best receiver, Tyreek Hill. It’s been okay through two weeks. They’re 2-0, we know that. But might be too early to tell whether that trade’s gonna make sense. We’ll see how this unfolds for Mahomes and company. Tyreek Hill makes the catch burning the defender. The best in the business, Tyreek Hill, the peace sign.”

“Everyone, the talk about Tyreek Hill. How’s it gonna go? Well, guess what… Chiefs offense, great start in week one. Hasn’t been as good the last couple. It hasn’t. The Colts lead, 20 to 17. And 24 seconds to go in the game. The Chiefs gotta get closer here. Seven seconds to go in the game, pump-faking. Pass is broken up, and now intercepted. Intercepted off a deflection, and the Colts are gonna win this game. On a tipped pass, McLeod with the interception. And the Chiefs are gonna lose for the first time this season, 20 to 17, to the Indianapolis Colts. Are these expected growing pains with the new group? Or does this stretch beyond that?”

“They don’t have a number-one wide receiver. They haven’t gotten that ironed out yet, 100% correct. Anything close. That’s a concern. Tyreek Hill is not there anymore. We’re not seeing all the explosive plays. That was the difference in this game. You look at Kansas City, they do not have the offense to make up for it.”

“We welcome you to Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Florida, for week number four of Sunday Night Football. The Chiefs, one of the AFC’s elite, led by Patrick Mahomes, against the team that beat them in the Super Bowl two years ago, the Buccaneers, led by Tom Brady. As quarterback fans, it doesn’t get any better than this. How are you gonna replace the big plays of Tyreek Hill? We’re about to find out. Chiefs, deep in Buccaneer territory. Mahomes fires, Kelce over the middle, inside the ten. Touchdown! Tom Brady over there looking for answers. And so far, Andy Reid and Patrick Mahomes have had all of them.”

“First down, goal to go at the two. He floats a pass, and wide of McKinnon, incomplete. Mahomes leads his intended receiver, Jerick McKinnon, too far. A rare miscue by Patrick Mahomes. MAhomes still upset because McKinnon was wide open. I wanna see Patrick Mahomes be able to bounce back after that. Play-action fake, Mahomes is in trouble, scrambling to his right. Holding it. Holding it. Gets off the hit, now lunging forward. And then throws it late, caught! Mahomes with the touchdown pass. How did he do that? Let’s go! A two-yard touchdown pass. Mahomes, magic! You mentioned magic, it looks like Magic Johnson out there. No-look passes, late little drops like that.”

“Tyreek Hill not here. But the one positive is they’ve been distributing the ball across the field to many more receivers than what they did in the past. He looks like the dad playing in the backyard with all the kids, they can’t get him on the ground. Watch this! And the little push pass? Stop it! Stop it! Y’all saw that? I know y’all saw that. What? That play? That’s something you, like, do on Madden. And the Chiefs go to three and one on the season. With an outstanding, exhilarating victory here in Tampa, Florida.”

“Mm-hmm. He’ll regret that decision. Heat of the battle, and I understand that. Mm-hm. Mm-hm. You get hooked on to the negative things that are happening. Then they always do. Um, it crowds at the space for you to focus on the opportunities. Unless you quickly release the mistakes. When you do that, you’re in a better position to take advantage of what’s in front of you, and the opportunities that arise. No. Never is. But that just makes the reward richer when you get to the outcome.”

“And there is Kirk Cousins. He’s gonna try to rebound after what was just a bad performance Monday night in Philadelphia. Kirk, lofts one, K.J. uncovered! Incomplete at the 20! Kirk barely overshot him. Nice play design. Just too much on this. Doesn’t get much more wide open than that. 4th and six, Kirk Cousins and the offense still out there. Kirk, protected sweetly, fires left, caught. Right at the first down marker. We gotta have some fight in us. Gotta get a touchdown on the board quickly. Dalvin, stutter-steps, bounces left. Touchdown! We trail 24-21. A minute, six to go. Minnesota has no timeouts remaining. So for our offense, this is it. Let’s go. Cousins, great drop, loops one to the left. It’s caught by K.J., at the 35, to the 30. With 27 seconds to go. Cousins out of the shotgun. Takes the snap. He’s gonna fire right! Touchdown! That’s right! You make adjustments, you keep getting at it. Beautiful read by Cousins, great throw. The final score, Minnesota, 28, Detroit, 24. And we are two and one.”

“Great job, Kirk. On your back! Good job. Yes, sir. Good ball. Yeah, Kirk! Gritty as hell. Way to go.”

“Tonight it’s the Raiders and Chiefs. And it’s Monday Night Football. Two franchises that have tried to pulverize each other for 63 seasons. The Chiefs must account for Maxx Crosby. He’s a guy that you have to reckon for on that defensive line. 3rd and eight for Mahomes and the Chiefs. He’s in trouble, and Maxx Crosby’s gonna sack him. Shotgun to Mahomes, Crosby giving pressure up the middle. Bulldozes through, and takes him down at the 35. The Condor, flapping his wings with his second sack of the half. Maxx Crosby there is gonna follow Patrick Mahomes. He’s in trouble. He’ll be sacked back at the 12. Where’s the flag? The crowd half expects a flag. They’re waiting for it. That’s a tackle. And the Raiders now lead 17 to nothing at 9:22 to go in the second quarter.”

“And now the Chiefs will have second down and goal to go. Mahomes takes the sap, in trouble, moves out past Crosby. Fires it late, Kelce with the catch, inside the ten. Stiff-arms one, stumbles into the end zone! Touchdown! The temperature is heating up. Keep that fire. You just be smart. Mahomes over the middle. Pass caught, Kelce, touchdown! Mahomes… they flood the left side. Caught by Kelce, and into the end zone. Touchdown! From the one, Mahomes… he’s got another! Four on the night. Travis Kelce yet again! That is going to do it. After five games in this season, the Chiefs are four and one.”

“I’m here! I am here! I’m here! I am here!”

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