Here is a roundup of SI.com's 10 most popular stories this week. Be sure to read to the bottom for a bonus story from the SI Vault.
Dan Marino guided the Miami Dolphins to a Super Bowl in just his second season in the NFL. At the time, no one could imagine it would be the last Super Bowl that Marino would play in. By Greg Bishop.
Marshawn Lynch broke his silence to speak with SI.com about his new apparel launch. He also took some time to discuss his teammate's fashion habits and growing up in Oakland.
SI.com's Rob Mahoney takes an in-depth look at why the Toronto Raptors have declined in performance after a hot start to the season.
Bill Belichick and Pete Carroll couldn't act more differently on the sidelines or in their press conferences, but the two Super Bowl coaches have more in common than meets the eye. By Don Banks.
New MLB commissioner Rob Manfred has said he willing to hear out any ideas that could modernize his game, even if it means baseball looks a little different in a few years. By Tom Verducci.
New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski is one of the most talented players in the NFL, but if you ask him to explain his greatness, he struggles to find answers. By Michael Rosenberg.
Jim Harbaugh has brought excitement to Ann Arbor with his enthusiasm and successful pedigree. His first challenge? Bringing in the recruits who can return the school to glory. By Martin Rickman.
U.S. women's national team goalkeeper Hope Solo was suspended 30 days for her latest alcohol-related incident. Does the team still need her talent in goal, or has Solo's checkered past finally caught up to her? By Grant Wahl.
How a drum major known as Tommy the Toe begat the best—and worst—segment of every Super Bowl Sunday, the halftime show. By Austin Murphy.