It only took a few plays against the Chargers for Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes to show off what he’d learned in his season as a backup—and how there’s still plenty of room for positive growth. Also, five players to watch after an eventful Week 1, a few names to follow in college football on Saturday and answering your questions.
Greg Olsen is opting to not have surgery, but Deion Jones is. Aaron Rodgers may or may not play this week against the Vikings—depending on who you talk to—but Carson Wentz is definitely out for another week. Barely a week into the season, NFL teams are already forced to make crucial injury decisions.
Albert Breer, Andrew Perloff and Bart Scott are back to give their Week 2 picks after a wild Week 1 that included Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buccaneers upsetting Drew Brees and the Saints as well as Sam Darnold's electric debut. Who should you expect to walk away from Week 2 with a victory? For more MMQB TV subscribe to SITV.
Week 1 is in the books which means it's time to hit the waiver wire to find the players who both impressed in the opening week as well as slipped through the cracks on draft day. Who should be your top priority this week? For more MMQB TV subscribe to SITV.
The Dallas Cowboys managed to put up a meager 8 points in their Week 1 loss to the Carolina Panthers. What contributed to Dallas' struggles and what is the solution to getting Dak Prescott and the rest of the offense going again? For more MMQB TV, subscribe to SITV.
He had only 29 rushing yards in his first game of the 2018 season, but NFL scouts saw plenty to like from Stanford’s star running back. How Love is putting himself on track for a first-round selection this spring. Plus, an NFL scout evaluates three quarterbacks (two of them sleepers), a look at some matchups the Senior Bowl has eyes on, and football fun in Boise
Everyone knows the story of the Seahawks’ one-handed rookie linebacker. And every road game he plays this season, people who root for the other team, or don’t root for any team at all, will be there to see him, and to tell them how they are inspired—as long as they get Mama’s attention
Grueling days, sleepless nights, unrelenting pressure and endless study: Chiefs guard Laurent Duvernay-Tardif balanced it all to become the first medical doctor to play in the NFL—and to live up to his family’s legacy.
As heavily as Jon Gruden's roster moves have been scrutinized, his development of Derek Carr after a regressive 2017 and rough Week 1 performance should be the measure of a coach whose reputation is supposedly as a QB guru.