The old master and the young phenom went toe-to-toe on Sunday night, and in the end the Patriots veteran demonstrated to the football world why he’s the G.O.A.T.–but that Mahomes kid is pretty amazing, too. Plus, the rest of a wild NFL Week 6.
The Raiders were overwhelmed by the Seahawks in London as the defense searches for talent and the offense suffers due to growing pains for rookie offensive tackles. If Jon Gruden wasn’t already looking at a few years down the line, he can now.
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.
A look at how the QB's ability to scramble has added a much-needed dimension to the undermanned Dallas passing game. Plus, more analysis from all the Week 6 Sunday games, including the Sunday night classic.
Five lead changes. Seventy-one passing attempts. Three players with more than 100 yards of total offense each. Nine-hundred and forty-six combined net yards. One frantic fourth quarter. How New England’s victory over Kansas City exceeded our already-high expectations.
Plus, Bears in chaos, some more Burfict filthiness, the Nathan Peterman Reality Tour is still not enjoyable, worrying about Bortles, Falcons hold on, Ravens D-line has a day and more from a wild Sunday afternoon in Week 6.
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.