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Jan 5, 2018
The Chiefs Gameplan podcast is back for the Chiefs’ Wild Card-round matchup against the Tennessee Titans (9-7).
 
The Star’s Terez Paylor kicks off the pod with an interview with Chiefs inside linebacker Reggie Ragland, who talks about his smooth transition to Kansas City, why he strives to be an "alpha male" on the field and why he's set out to prove old-school linebackers than thrive in today's game.
 
Terez is then joined by Jim Wyatt of TitansOnline.com, as they dissect the Titans' offense, including Marcus Mariota's recent play and Derrick Henry's determination to run harder this week.
 
After that, Titans beat writer Cameron Wolfe of ESPN.com joins the podcast to give some good insight on the Titans' stout run defense and some of their most underrated players.
 
Finally, the A-Team convenes for its weekly roundtable of Sam Mellinger (@mellinger), Blair Kerkhoff (@BlairKerkhoff), David Eulitt (@davidphotokc) and Terez as they wrap up the pod with an extensive breakdown of the unit-by-unit matchup, play a fun new game called "We Rip Your Airport!" and much more. They’ll also field questions from Facebook. Enjoy!
 
Music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons.
1 Comments
  • five and a half months ago
    jon
    we are talking about worst airports during a playoff preview? really?

    also way too much time in all of the chiefs pods is spent answering 'fans questions' which just turns into saying stupid jokes

    decent podcast, could be a lot better if you tightened it up a bit and didnt pretend its a comedy show half the time