Before Sunday’s hazy Super Bowl rematch, or any of the other Week 7 action, Roger Goodell met with Doug Baldwin to talk politics, causes and protests. Plus items on Joe Thomas, Dan Quinn, Matt Moore, Derek Carr, awards, quotes, stats and so much more.
Step into the office of the guy with the third-best completion percentage in NFL history. A guy who every single QB-needy team should be salivating over right now, as he marches toward free agency. O.K., it’s more of a cubicle—about what you’d expect for, say, a junior salesperson—but Kirk Cousins has a new workspace at 21300 Redskins Park Drive, and SI pulled up a swivel chair to talk about fatherhood and the franchise tag, Trump the Divider and Jesus the Gambler, nerdiness and—ahem—frugality.
Plus, an emergency kicker! And two more starting quarterbacks go down, Gurley puts on a show in London, Bears overwhelm Cam Newton, Bills get it done again (despite awful clock management) and Browns stay winless despite not giving up a TD
In a highly-anticipated Super Bowl rematch, the Falcons fell flat on offense against the struggling Patriots defense, which raises the question: Should Atlanta let someone other than Steve Sarkisian run the offense?
It was a strange start to the season for the Steelers, but it's clear after Pittsburgh's latest win against Cincinnati that they are finally finding their stride. Maybe Ben Roethlisberger still has it?
An NFL Power Ranking of the top five teams? Good luck. Week 6 proved there’s no clear cut Super Bowl favorite (sorry, Chiefs) in this wild season. Plus notes on Deshaun Watson's ascent, Aaron Rodgers' injury, the Jets-Pats controversy, Roger Goodell's big week and much more
How the Packers can approach what was once unthinkable: a prolonged stretch without all-world QB Aaron Rodgers. Plus, a wild football Sunday in Week 6, including two mammoth upsets and the last unbeaten falling
Journeyman Jets quarterback Josh McCown on the wild ride through 10 professional football teams (from Hartford to Oakland), on the wisdom gleaned from a season with Al Davis and the Raiders, on the strains and rewards on a family when the dad, husband and bread-winner lives apart from the family for months at a time
We assembled an all-star panel of 12 football experts for an intriguing—and wildly fun—experiment: an All-Time Draft, drawing from the pool of every player in pro football history. How do you build a team? How would today’s players stack up against the giants of the past? Who goes No. 1? The results are fascinating