No Carson Wentz, no Jason Peters, no Darren Sproles, no Jordan Hicks... the Eagles overcame numerous hurdles to make it this far, and after a standout performance from their backup quarterback, Philadelphia is going to Super Bowl LII.
Everyone knows that there's nothing that Bill Belichick loves more than special teams. And the success of the Patriots’ special teams against the Jaguars exemplifies how New England perfects every last aspect of their play.
CBS Sports creative director Pete Radovich has a reputation for being one of best in sports television at the “tease” that leads into a big sporting event. On Sunday before the Patriots and Jaguars kicked off, CBS delivered an unforgettable one featuring John Malkovich.
When did Jim Nantz find out about Tony Romo replacing Phil Simms as his NFL broadcast partner? What about the transition from broadcasting the NCAA tournament to The Masters? Those answers and more are revealed in the latest SI Media Podcast.
Every year more than 100 players travel across continents to play in the NBA. What did that experience look like 30 years ago? Who helps players navigate the adjustment? How has it changed over the years? And how has it changed the NBA?
Minnesota tight end Kyle Rudolph breaks down the pass route known as Buffalo right 7 Heaven (the play that won the NFC divisional playoff game against New Orleans), the reaction from the fans and the unique nature of this fan base.
Our inaugural Style Issue is a bona fide departure from our norm. It's a celebration of style, fashion, accessories and grooming, because we firmly believe style is as much a part of the game as bounce angle and Old Tom Morris.
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