This Is What It Would Sound Like If John Madden and Pat Summerall Were Still Calling Games

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by Tommy Gimler

The most talented man to once call Wisconsin home? It’s not Brett Favre, Aaron Rodgers, Robin Yount or Paul Molitor.

That honor belongs to the great Frank Caliendo, who just hit us with this gem that allows us to imagine what it would be like if the great Pat Summerall still had a pulse and was calling games at age 89 alongside 83-year-old John Madden.

As my daughter likes to say, that’s big ‘ol tahtahs right there.

And what does a wolf have to do with the Kansas City Chiefs? Well, according to K.C. Wolf’s Wikipedia page, which since it’s Wikipedia has to be 100 percent true, here’s the reason:

K. C. Wolf is the official mascot of the National Football League’s Kansas City Chiefs. He was first introduced in 1989 as a successor for Warpaint, a horse ridden by a man wearing a full Indian chief headdress, from the mid-1980s. K. C. Wolf was named after the team’s “Wolfpack”, a group of boisterous fans who sat in temporary bleachers at Municipal Stadium.

K. C. Wolf has been portrayed by Dan Meers since the mascot’s inception, and he acts as a motivational speaker at special events.

Even crazier than having a mascot like Warpaint? Well, using my free Wisconsin public high school education, let’s say Meers was 22 when he first appeared as K.C. Wolf, and my guess is that we’re being rather conservative here. That means he’s going to be dancing around Miami Beach in that outfit this weekend at the age most people in this country are using their AARP card to get a free cup of coffee at Denny’s.

Impressive…

Wait, there’s more: This Poor Dude Had To Drive A Car Around Town Advertising That He Sucked At Fantasy Football

You have got to see this shit:

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