Super Bowl LV podcast with London Marq: Chiefs’ Remmers to replace Fisher; Brady’s father says Belichick on hot seat

The Kansas City Chiefs left offensive linebacker Eric Fisher is laid out after tearing his Achilles and will be out for Super Bowl LV in Tampa Bay. Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said he will replace Fisher with right tackle Mike Remmers (photo from The Athletic)

On the Super Bowl LV podcast with London:

#1 London, talk about Kansas City Chiefs offensive left tackle Eric Fisher losing him for the Super Bowl to a Achilles injury that he incurred during the Championship game against the Buffalo Bills. Fisher was blocking and fell on his back. His leg and foot took an awkward twist as he went down. Fisher will be replaced by right tackle Mike Remmers.

#2 London, after everything that has happened to Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes in recovering from his pinched nerve and turf toe back on Sunday 17th, his rebound was impressive to get the Chiefs the win and in the Super Bowl after the Chiefs’ Championship win over the Buffalo Bills 38-24.

#3 It was a quite an afternoon for Mahomes, who had showed no signs of being hurt, throwing for 325 yards and three touchdowns. Mahomes also was quite mobile and not afraid of getting sacked from behind.

#4 London, how good of a position would you say the Tampa Bay Buccaneers are in for the Super Bowl? They’re coming off a convincing win over the Green Bay Packers 31-26 and Bucs quarterback Tom Brady with his resume of ten Super Bowls and six Super Bowl rings.

#5 Tom Brady Sr. says that Tom Jr’s former coach Bill Belichick is on the hot seat right now. How much is that true after Belichick and the Patriots see how far Brady has come with the Bucs?

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Super Bowl LV podcast with Barbara Mason: Chiefs and Bucs to match up in Super Bowl LV

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady (12) holds the NFC Championship Trophy after defeating the Green Bay Packers on Sun Jan 24, 2021 at Lambeau Field in Green Bay (AP News photo)

Super Bowl LV podcast with Barbara Mason:

#1 The Tampa Bay Buccaneers Tom Brady has accomplished it again he’s heading to his tenth Super Bowl after defeating the Green Bay Packers 31-26 at the Frozen Tundra Lambeau Field today.

#2 A big game for Brady throwing 280 yards for three touchdowns and three interceptions, Brady and the Bucs have momentum to get this far and win the NFC Championship.

#3 After getting his bell rung last week against the Cleveland Browns, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes came right back and threw over 300 yards as the Chiefs dominated the Buffalo Bills on offense to advance to Super Bowl LV.

#4 The Bills offense was pretty much shut down all game long they held onto 15 points most of the game until fourth quarter. Bills quarterback Josh Allen whose had a great season and post season just couldn’t get anything going to get anywhere near the Chiefs in the 38-24 loss of the AFC Championship.

#5 So here they are your Super Bowl LV match up for Sun Feb 7th for next month the Kansas City Chiefs and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Barbara how do you see this match up for the Super Bowl.

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NFL Championship podcast with Jessica Kwong: Chiefs medical staff say Mahomes return 50-50; Packers have slight edge with home field

On the NFL Championship podcast with Jessica:

#1  Jessica, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes’ recovery is still up in the air after getting a concussion from last Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns defender Matt Wilson. The hit didn’t like it was helmet to helmet?

#2  Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid said that it’s primarily up to the doctors right now how they will evaluate Mahomes from the sound of it on Wednesday Mahomes was 50-50 and Reid said the medical staff is using all the concussion protocols and that the doctors don’t want to take any chances he just might not be available for Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.

#3 On the other hand things are coming along for the Bills as they have moved through post season to get the point that their one game away from getting to Super Bowl LV. Bills quarterback Josh Allen 206 yards and one touchdown against the Baltimore Ravens last Sunday.

#4 The Green Bay Packers have home field they handled the Los Angeles Rams on defense last Sunday and Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers had thrown a fantastic game 296 yards and two touchdowns against Los Angeles for the 32-18 win.

#5 The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got a resounding ten point win over the New Orleans Saints 30-20. The Bucs scored 13 in the second quarter and ten in the fourth and it was key quarters to get that ten point win led by Bucs quarterback Tom Brady who threw for 199 yards and two touchdwons at the Superdome in New Orleans.

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NFL Championship podcast with London Marq: Brady vs. Rogers in NFC Championship; Is Mahomes good to go for AFC Championship?

Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Tom Brady leaves the field after the NFC Division game against the New Orleans Saints Sun Jan 17, 2021 at the Superdome in New Orleans (AP News photo)

On the NFL podcast with London:

#1 Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Green Bay Packers the Battle of the Bay for the NFC Championship. The Bucs are coming off a huge win over the New Orleans Saints and the Packers handled the LA Rams over the weekend.

#2 London talk about each of the quarterbacks for the Bucs Tom Brady and for the Packers Aaron Rogers.

#3 The Kansas City Chiefs whose had success all year long got a win over the Cleveland Browns to advance 48-37 and Buffalo Bills in a low scoring game beat the Baltimore Ravens 17-3.

#4 Chiefs and Bills to meet in the AFC Championship in a game that could be considered one for the ages. The Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes got a concussion last Sunday and left the game talk about his availability for Sunday and Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen has just had a great all season.

#5 Who are your picks for Super Bowl LV?

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NFL Playoffs podcast with Barbara Mason: Final Four teams in fight for a shot at Super Bowl LV

The Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rogers (12) gets in for a one yard keeper just getting away from Los Angeles Rams defender John Johnson (43) in the first half of the NFC title game on Sat Jan 16, 2021 in Green Bay (AP News photo)

On the NFL Playoffs podcast with Barabara:

#1 The Los Angeles Rams got into Green Bay on Saturday and played in 30 plus degree weather at the Frozen Tundra at Lambeau Field how much of a difference did that make in their game which turned out to be a 32-18 loss.

#2 The Buffalo Bills and Baltimore Ravens played a relatively low scoring game by playoff standards and the Bills came away the winner 17-3 and are headed to the AFC Championship. The Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 206 yards and a touchdown he’s been having a terrific post season.

#3 The Kansas City Chiefs defense kept the pressure up on the Cleveland Browns as the Browns could only muster a field goal in the first quarter and a touchdown in each of the third and fourth quarters. Meanwhile Chiefs quarterback Pat Mahomes threw for 255 yards and one touchdown for the 22-17 win.

#4 It looked like the Saints might have made things interesting to start their game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers scoring six in the first quarter and seven in the second quarter but the Bucs in the second quarter came back and scored 13, seven in the second and ten in the third to get a ten point win over the Saints 30-20. The Bucs quarterback Tom Brady threw for 199 yards and two touchdowns. Could the Bucs be on the road to the Super Bowl?

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NFL Playoffs podcast with London Marq: Rams Goff thumb recovery very quick; Bills Allen prepares for Ravens; plus more playoffs

The Los Angeles Rams who are coming off a win over the Seattle Seahawks from last weekend are at Green Bay to face quarterback Aaron Rogers and the Packers at the Frozen Tundra at Lambeau Field for this Sat Jan 16, 2021 (image from

London on the NFL playoffs podcast:

#1 Two games are scheduled for this Saturday the first of the two the Los Angeles Rams are in Green Bay to face the Packers. The Rams are coming off a ten points win over the Seattle Seahawks 30-20 and Rams quarterback Jerod Goff threw for 155 yards and one touchdown. Does things get more complicated for the Rams now that their in Green Bay and facing Aaron Rogers and the Packers?

#2 The Buffalo Bills are currently on an 11 game win streak and had a huge first round win over the Indianapolis Colts last Saturday 27-24. The Bills Josh Allen quarterback consistent as ever had a big day under center throwing for 324 yards and two touchdowns. Also how do you see the Bills who are hosting the Baltimore Ravens who are coming off a 20-13 win against the Tennessee Titans last week.

#3 For the next two Sunday games: The Cleveland Browns had a big offensive day against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday night 48-37. The Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield threw for 263 yards and three touchdowns in defeating Pittsburgh for the second consecutive week in a row. The Browns head to Kansas City to face the Chiefs, London tell us how you see this match up.

#4 The Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the New Orleans Saints are both coming off big wins the Bucs defeated the Washington Football Team 31-23 with quarterback Tom Brady who threw for 381 yards and two touchdowns. The Saints quarterback Drew Brees threw for 265 yards and two touchdowns in their win over the Chicago Bears 21-9. How do you see this match up with the Buc and Saints in New Orleans this Sunday?

London Marq does the NFL podcasts throughout the 2021 post season at

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San Francisco 49ers podcast with Joe Hawkes: 49ers will have hands full in New Orleans on Sunday

San Francisco 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan stands on the sidelines at Levi Stadium in Santa Clara on Thursday Night Football Nov 5th against the Green Bay Packers (AP News photo)

On the 49ers podcast with J Hawkes:

#1 The 49ers continue to suffer the injury bug. This is what hampered them during their loses in Seattle Nov 1st and against Green Bay Nov 5th.

#2 The week of Nov 1st was a cruel week not just for injuries but San Francisco had a short turnaround after losing to the Seahawks on Nov 1st and the hosted the Green Bay Packers four days later on Thursday Night Football Nov 5th and lost that one as well.

#3 With staring quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo out and Nick Mullens under center now how much pressure has things been on Mullens in those last two games.

#4 Also this week head coach Kyle Shanahan said the status for the offensive line players running back Raheem Mostert (ankle), Tevin Coleman (knee), both will not play in New Orleans on Sunday. Wide receiver Deebo Samuel status is unknown and wide receiver Trent Taylor (back) didn’t practice.

#5 Joe, set it up for us the 49ers are nine point underdogs going into Sunday’s game and the Saints absolutely clobbered the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last Sun Nov 8th 38-3 holding Bucs quarterback Tom Brady to 209 yards, no touchdowns and three interceptions. How do you see this game Sunday?

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Super Bowl LIV/San Francisco 49ers podcast with David Zizmor: How the Chiefs Pat Mahomes stacks up against the 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo in Super Bowl LIV

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On the 49ers podcast with David:

#1 The 49ers absolutely dominated the Green Bay Packers in the first half on Sunday’s NFC Championship game taking a 27-0 at half time was that an indication of things to come

#2 There is so much talk about the Kansas City Chiefs Pat Mahomes and the success he’s had in getting the Chiefs to the Super Bowl how do you see the Chiefs matching up against the 49ers and quarterback Jimmy Garopplo in Miami on Sun Feb 2

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Super Bowl Bound; Niners Win NFC Championship 37-20

photo from San Francisco 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo (10) and San Francisco 49ers media relations director Bob Lange (left) take off down the field at Levis Stadium following the 49ers victory over the Green Bay Packers on Sunday

By Joe Lami

SANTA CLARA–The matchup is set, it will be the Kansas City Chiefs and the San Francisco 49ers who will battle it out for the Lombardi Trophy in Super Bowl LIV on February 2nd in Miami. The Niners advance to their seventh Super Bowl in franchise history, thanks to a 37-20 drubbing of the Green Bay Packers in the NFC Championship game.

Raheem Mostert gashed the Green Bay Packers in one of the most dominant rushing attacks in NFL postseason history. Finishing with 220 yards on 29 carries and four touchdowns, Mostert became the first player in NFL history to rush for 200+ yards and four scores in a playoff game. He finished with the second-most rushing yards in a playoff game, falling 28 yards shy of Eric Dickerson’s record.

It was San Francisco’s most dominating rushing performance in franchise history. Not only did he surpass Colin Kaepernick’s memorable 181-yard game in Green Bay, but he also set the single-game franchise record, besting Frank Gore’s 212-yard game versus the Seahawks in 2006.

After quickly going three and out to open the game, San Francisco’s offense found it’s footing in the second drive and never looked back. Mostert initiated the scoring on a beautifully dialed up third and eight drawn play from the 36-yard line. Mostert found open space and was off to his first of three first-half touchdowns in the longest rush of his night.

Mostert was explosive no matter which direction he ran. He carried it nine times off the left tackle for 50 yards and two touchdowns, six times through the left-a gap for 42 yards and a score, five times through the right a-gap for 39 yards and a score, and off the right tackle nine times for 89 yards.

“Whether it’s special teams or offense, the way he hits the hole, he gets so vertical and fast. I think guys defense underestimate his speed. You can just see it, he’ll hit a hole and the guy will take what he thinks is a good angle. Next thing you know, he’s by him doesn’t even touch him. His 0 to 60 is literally in two steps and it’s so special with our offense, the way we run outside zone, inside zone, he can make one cut and get vertical. That’s all we need.” Said George Kittle.

The Niners rushing attack was so potent, it made Jimmy Garoppolo’s day incredibly easy. Garoppolo completed six of eight passing attempts for 77 yards, becoming just the fourth quarterback in NFL history to win a conference championship while attempting eight passes or fewer. He targeted Deebo Samuel three times for two completions and 46 yards. Kittle caught his only target for 19 yards.

Sunday’s Championship matchup felt like a replay of San Francisco’s week 12 commanding 37-8 victory. The Niners took control very early, racing out to a 27-0 halftime lead before Aaron Rodgers did his best to battle back in the second half, only to come up short.

Rodgers completed 31 of his 39 passes for 326 yards and two touchdowns, but also threw two interceptions and felt the 49ers’ potent pass rush most of the contest, looking uncomfortable for most of the game. San Francisco forced three turnovers from Rodgers with Richard Sherman and Emmanuel Moseley getting the interceptions, while K’Waun Williams blitzed off the slot for a strip-sack, setting up San Francisco’s second of three field goals.

The Niners now will be competing for their first Super Bowl since 1995, going up against the Chiefs, who will be making their first appearance in 50 years. “It’s amazing. It means a lot to us, especially going through all of the adversity that we went through over the past couple of years. To be going to the Super Bowl and have the chance to be top of the league is amazing,” said Arik Armstead.

Dee Ford is excited to be going up against his former team, “it is going to be a great opportunity, it’s going to be like playing my brothers back to training camp days. It’s going to be fun.”

San Francisco 49ers podcast with Joe Lami: Packers-49ers talk about Sunday’s game preparation San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (85) runs as Minnesota Vikings linebacker Eric Wilson (50) attempts a tackle during the second half of an NFL divisional playoff football game, Saturday, Jan. 11, 2020, in Santa Clara, Calif. 

#1 Joe the big pay day has arrived the NFC Championship between the Green Bay Packers and the San Francisco 49ers. How nervous, how prepared and how driven are both teams?

#2 Kyle Shanahan 49ers head coach calls the media scrums during the week a “dog and pony show”

#3 The 49ers have been pouring it on they did so well at one point during the season that it looked like they had a good chance at having a perfect season.

#4 49ers quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo felt some pain from his surgically repaired left leg when someone hit into it during practice Tuesday. Garoppolo said he felt better and that the pain went away on Wednesday.

#5 It’s Aaron Rogers quarterback for the Green Bay Packers and how much work will the defense need to prepare for the Rogers?

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