Plus, a (possibly) questionable call precedes the Cowboys’ game-ending missed kick, why Vrabel was right to go for two, the story of a kicker’s redemption in Tampa, Kerryon Johnson shines, Eric Reid’s eventful day, Vikings very much back on track, Trubisky implodes while the Bears pass rush disappears, and more from Week 7.
New England was without Rob Gronkowski and lost leading rusher Sony Michel to injury. Chicago threw their final Hail Mary to ... Kevin White, the fourth-year receiver with no catches so far this season. The Patriots came out on top in a game filled with unexpected twists.
An exclusive narrative podcast series re-examining the murder of former Titans quarterback Steve McNair. Was it really a murder-suicide? Subscribe and listen to the first episode on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or wherever else you get your podcasts.
What should the 76ers and their fans expect from Markelle Fultz in year No. 2? An enigma for much of his short career, Fultz now has a chance to become a reliable third option and leave his mark in Philadelphia.
At this time last year, Paul George was determined to return home when he hit free agency. But after a season with Russell Westbrook and the Thunder he realized that, while L.A. is where he is from, Oklahoma City is where he belongs.
As a rising Cardinals analyst, Chris Correa didn’t believe he was committing a crime when he hacked into the Astros’ internal database. Then he went to prison, where he changed his views on his actions and the criminal justice system.