• The Game Changers

  • Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid: How "The Playmaker" Andy Reid Gave Patrick Mahomes the Keys to the Kingdom and Led the Kansas City Chiefs to the Super Bowl
  • By: Elliott D. Scott
  • Narrated by: Dan Molson
  • Length: 2 hrs and 23 mins
  • 3.3 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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The Game Changers

By: Elliott D. Scott
Narrated by: Dan Molson
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In 2020, the Kansas City Chiefs reached the top of the football mountain and won Super Bowl LIV. In 2021, they almost did it again. Over the past three NFL seasons, they have been the most consistent team in the league, regularly laying waste to their opponents and winning big. 

But how did they get there? And where do they go from here? And most importantly, who are the two men that have turned an entire franchise around? 

In The Game Changers: Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid, you will get the whole story on how a quarterback and coach pairing for the ages was able to change the fortunes of one of the most beleaguered franchises in all of sports. Loaded with statistics, game recaps, and behind-the-scenes looks, The Game Changers is the book for anyone who wants to know about the hottest team in America. 

You will discover how Patrick Mahomes went from a high school baseball pitcher who dabbled in football to the best quarterback in the world. You will be electrified by the journey of Andy Reid: a football genius who overcame repeated failure and a damaged reputation to rise to the highest echelons of coaching. You will also learn all about the Chiefs’ biggest opponents and the various legends who populate the team, like Travis Kelce, Tyreek Hill, and the Legion of Zoom. 

The perfect book for any football fan who wants to flex their knowledge next game day or even the novice who is just getting into the game and wants a new favorite team. Listen to it today and get in the game!

©2021 Elliott D. Scott (P)2021 Elliott D. Scott

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okay but not the best..

The author of the book did a tremendous job but whoever was reading/narrating this title made it a little bit worse si I have to give it a B- or a 3.5 star. learn more about the game before narrating chief!

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Narrator obviously did not understand the subject

Narrator mispronounced the names of all most every player written by the author. It made listening to the narration almost too painful. The producer should have caught these errors, instead I had to try and not let the constant mispronunciation not ruin the story line. Terrible! I would strongly recommend no one listen to this book.

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Fun Little story about Andy Reid's tenure with KC

I have always been looking for stories on the Kansas City Royals or Chiefs regarding their recent success. Unfortunately they don't get big time books like the Patriots and 2016 Cubs. There wasn't much to it since it is just a couple hours long. The narration was fine except when pronouncing player names. Whoever read this does not watch football and can't even get the simplest names correctly. This was a short listen for me on a long road trip but nothing to write home about.