Each week, SI works to produce a great deal of video and podcasts from a variety of sources, whether it be SI Now, our online show that airs at 1 p.m. each weekday, or our writers and video crew on assignment, or the newly launched 120 Sports, a cutting-edge video sports network featuring live programming from 6 p.m. to 2 a.m. each day. Here, therefore, are our most popular videos/podcasts from the Week ending Aug. 1.
Boomer: NFL's 5 most overrated players
Boomer Esiason lists the five most overrated players going into the 2014 NFL season.
Johnny Manziel has been underwhelming at Browns' camp
On Tuesday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Don Banks and NFL writer Chris Burke discuss how Brian Hoyer looks like the more desirable option over Johnny Manziel at quarterback for the Cleveland Browns.
Why Kevin Love will be a Cleveland Cavalier
On Monday's SI Now, Sports Illustrated senior writer Chris Mannix believes Kevin Love will be traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers for Andrew Wiggins since the Minnesota Timberwolves desperately need a new franchise player.
5 things I think I think about the Eagles
The MMQB's Greg Bedard stops by Philadelphia camp and comes away with five thoughts about the 2014 Eagles.
5 things I think I think: New Orleans Saints
The MMQB's Peter King visits the Saints and comes away with five thoughts about New Orleans.
Boomer: NFL's 5 most underrated players
Boomer Esiason unveils the five most underrated players going into the 2014 NFL season.
The MMQB Fantasy Check
The MMQB's Peter King offers up his fantasy advice on drafting Jordan Reed, Devin Hester and Brandin Cooks.
Rising Stars: Cordarrelle Patterson, Minnesota Vikings
Cordarrelle Patterson, receiver for the Minnesota Vikings took an unlikely path to the NFL. After showing flashes in his rookie year, he is poised for a breakout sophomore campaign.
Audibles Podcast: Rookies who will be household names by end of training camp
In this clip from the SI.com Audibles Podcast, Ben Eagle, Doug Farrar and Chris Burke discuss which rookies will be household names by end of training camp.