October 31, 2012

On SI.comThe stories from Sports Illustrated's Nov. 5, 2012 issue

More from last week's SI issue.

The Giants win the Series! Sergio Romo caught Triple Crown winner Miguel Cabrera looking at strike three, and the Giants won their second championship in three years. Tom Verducci discusses how pitching remains the key to championship teams..

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Albert Chen: Second World Series win should send Bochy to Cooperstown.

Joe Lemire: Plenty of blame to spread in Tigers' loss.

Austin Murphy delves into one of the most feared defensive units in the NFL in the Houston Texans and asks a simple question, just how is it that J.J. Watt can bat down so many passes? Peter King talks to Atlanta's Tony Gonzalez, a wise NFL veteran who remains one of the top tight ends in the league at age 36.

Complete your midseason refill by looking at Jim Trotter's repicking of the playoffs and Peter King's All-Pro team.More NFL content from SI.com

Peter King:Steven Jackson could help a contender if the Rams move him.Don Banks:NFL Power Rankings after Week 8Don Banks:Andy Reid and the Eagles have been together too longChris Burke:Who are viable trade deadline candidates?Kerry J. Byrne:Inside the Numbers: Redskins spoiling RGIII's historic seasonJim Trotter:Breaking down the NFL's major award races after Week 8NFL players and their mothers

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