Peter King gets exclusive comments from the commissioner after one of the most polarizing days in NFL history. Plus more on the Week 3 action, including notes on last-second wins by the Eagles and Patriots.
Whatever gesture they made, players we talked to were unified in their message that the president’s comments were disrespectul, and that they had a right—even a duty—to speak out for what they believed in
Jay Cutler’s retirement to the broadcast booth was short-lived. Now under center for the Dolphins, the 33-year-old signal caller will throw to what he believes is the best receiver tandem he’s ever had and has a chance to reprise his career-best season.
The Falcons’ destruction of the Packers, aided by Green Bay’s problems, made for a lopsided game in Atlanta. Plus, revenge, nudity and anger of the gods, as we break it down on The MMQB: 10 Things Podcast
On his podcast, Peter King speaks with Chiefs rookie RB Kareem Hunt, the star of the first game of the 2017 NFL season, and Chiefs coach Andy Reid, who put up arguably one of the biggest wins of his long coaching career.
Should you roll with Marcus Mariota or Dak Prescott? How about Lamar Miller or Mark Ingram? For all of your important questions on whether you should put someone in your lineup, we have the Week 3 fantasy football start/sit advice.
The fantasy football community is still waiting for that big performance from a handful of top names, like Le'Veon Bell and A.J. Green. Will it happen this week? In the meantime, our complete fantasy football player rankings for Week 3.
Le'Veon Bell and the Pittsburgh Steelers are in Chicago this week to take on the Bears. It should come as no surprise that he's one of the best values for your DFS dollar in Week 3. Meanwhile, Kareem Hunt is a good bet to continue his hot rookie season with the Chiefs in Los Angeles to take on the Chargers.
The MMQB begins a series of inside-inside football stories and video pieces for the 2017 season with a view into the life of ESPN NFL information czar Adam Schefter on his busiest day of the year: the kickoff day to NFL free-agency.
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