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‘America’s Game 2022 Kansas City Chiefs’ and ‘Time’s Yours 2’ Premiere Wednesday, September 6 on NFL Network

‘America’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs’ Premieres at 8:00 PM ET –

Narrated by Paul Rudd

‘Time’s Yours 2: The 2022 Kansas City Chiefs’ Premieres at 9:00 PM ET –

Narrated by Morgan Spector

The night before the 2023 NFL regular season kicks off, NFL Network celebrates the defending Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs with a pair of documentary features.​

On Wednesday, September 6America’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs premieres at 8:00 PM ET, followed by Time’s Yours 2: The 2022 Kansas City Chiefs at 9:00 PM ET.

America’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs

At 8:00 PM ETAmerica’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs premieres featuring in-depth interviews with quarterback Patrick Mahomes, tight end Travis Kelce and defensive tackle Chris Jones telling the story of the Super Bowl LVII champion Kansas City Chiefs.

Narrated by actor and Chiefs fan Paul RuddAmerica’s Game delves deep into the Chiefs’ second Super Bowl title in four years. In the hour-long show, Mahomes, Kelce and Jones recount the season in their own words.

Among the topics discussed in America’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs:

  • Finding motivation from the losses to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Super Bowl LV and the Cincinnati Bengals in the 2021 AFC Championship Game, and the national reaction to the trade of wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins
  • Opening the 2022 regular season at State Farm Stadium – site of Super Bowl LVII
  • Ending the team’s three-game losing streak to the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game
  • Overcoming a double-digit deficit in Super Bowl LVII

This year’s edition of America’s Game is the 57th episode of the long-running special which celebrates the Super Bowl champions.

Provided below are select quotes from America’s Game: 2022 Kansas City Chiefs:

– “People saw all of the cool scrambles where I was trying to scramble around, throw these huge touchdowns and [make] these plays, and they weren’t working. I’ve learned now that you can’t always be Superman; sometimes you have to rely on your teammates to make plays happen for you. I’ll always be haunted by Super Bowl LV.” – Patrick Mahomes on losing Super Bowl LV to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers

– “I heard a lot of people saying that it was over with for the Chiefs, and that’s where it really started for me.” – Travis Kelce on the national reaction to the trade of wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins

– “The play is never dead. It’s the play after the play – the extended play – that makes Pat Mahomes the best quarterback in the National Football League.” – Travis Kelce on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes

– “I was at the draft for two days. Being in that green room for a whole day and not getting your name called, it’s a huge awakening. I was going to go home…My father was like, ‘No, you’re going to walk across the stage.'” – Chris Jones on his experience at the 2016 NFL Draft

– “For him to be that gifted and that talented, [and] to still work as hard as he does, you don’t see that. That’s why he’s such a special player that is going to be wearing a Gold Jacket one day.” – Patrick Mahomes on defensive tackle Chris Jones

– “One hundred percent, there was no doubt about it they had our number.” – Travis Kelce on the Cincinnati Bengals

– “My whole offseason I did extra conditioning, extra training…Everything I could have asked for: AFC Championship on the line against the same team.” – Chris Jones on facing the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game

– “I think we actually play better when we’re down. I guess we like challenging ourselves at this point.” – Chris Jones on coming from behind to win games

Time’s Yours 2: The 2022 Kansas City Chiefs

At 9:00 PM ETTime’s Yours 2: The 2022 Kansas City Chiefs premieres on NFL Network, providing a close-up look at the Kansas City Chiefs’ second Super Bowl title in four years from the coaches’ perspective.

Narrated by actor Morgan Spector, the hour-long show features interviews with Chiefs head coach Andy Reid, Chairman and CEO Clark Hunt, general manager Brett Veach and the following Chiefs coaches:

  • Joe Bleymaier – Wide Receivers Coach (2022)
  • Joe Cullen – Defensive Line Coach
  • Brendan Daly – Linebackers Coach
  • David Girardi – Pass Game Analyst/Assistant Quarterbacks Coach (2022)
  • Greg Lewis – Running Backs Coach (2022)
  • Dave Merritt – Defensive Backs Coach
  • Matt Nagy – Senior Offensive Assistant/Quarterbacks Coach (2022)
  • Steve Spagnuolo – Defensive Coordinator
  • Dave Toub – Assistant Head Coach & Special Teams Coordinator

Among the topics discussed in Time’s Yours 2:

  • Overcoming the losses of wide receiver Tyreek Hill and safety Tyrann Mathieu in the offseason
  • Selecting five defensive backs in the 2022 NFL Draft and their contributions throughout the season
  • The Chiefs’ extensive use of motion on offense
  • The whiteboard in head coach Andy Reid’s office on which coaches can write down potential plays and ideas each week
  • Chad Henne finishing the first half of the AFC Divisional Round game against the Jacksonville Jaguars following the injury to Patrick Mahomes
  • The backstory on the “Corn Dog Shuttle” play which resulted in a touchdown to Kadarius Toney in Super Bowl LVII

Provided below are select quotes from Time’s Yours 2:

– “We had a lot of work to do in the offseason and that’s not just to replace talent but it was to replace leadership in the locker room.” – Brett Veach on the 2022 offseason

– “First of all, losing him was like losing a son…He was the emotional leader and it was a big void to fill. I don’t think it could be filled by one person.” – Steve Spagnuolo on the departure of Tyrann Mathieu in free agency

– “You started to say to yourself, ‘OK, if we can keep the techniques as simple as we can as far as teaching them, these guys can help us out.’ And then they started to gel and they never looked back.” – Dave Merritt on the Kansas City Chiefs’ young secondary

– “I thought they did a great job with all of these young guys; teaching, being patient with them, all of those things. They just nurtured them along.” – Andy Reid on his coaching staff

– “It’s definitely scary. You work all of that time to get to that point and there you are early in the game, and your MVP star player and leader of your team is injured. Almost everything kind of comes to a stop.” – Matt Nagy on Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes’ injury in the AFC Divisional Round game

– “I was just so proud of him and the whole team felt it. The whole team knew how much pressure he had on him before and to see this redemption story, that’s what makes coaching so special.” – Dave Toub on rookie Skyy Moore’s key punt return in the AFC Championship Game

– “Because we were playing Cincinnati who had robbed us of the opportunity to go to the Super Bowl the year before, it was great to come out on top.” – Clark Hunt on defeating the Cincinnati Bengals in the AFC Championship Game

– “If he didn’t win any Super Bowls, he’s a Hall of Fame coach. But to win a second one, that stamps it.” – Greg Lewis on Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid

– “The first one was just chaotic; I don’t remember much after the game. I think you enjoy second one a little bit more; it slows down.” – Andy Reid on winning the Super Bowl

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