Peter King, an SI writer since 1989 and senior writer since 1990, has covered pro football at the magazine for a quarter-century. He is now the editor-in-chief of The MMQB, the magazine's microsite on all things football. King lives in Manhattan with wife Ann.
On Oct. 16, Brett Favre of the Packers began preparing for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Almost from the moment that Favre lifted himself, slowly and painfully, from his bed, SI's Peter King was at his side—at home, on the practice field, in team meetings. King's chronicle of Favre's week takes readers into the head and heart of one of the NFL's best young quarterbacks
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In a stone-cold playoff classic, fortune again favored the Giants, who prevailed over Green Bay for their third straight January road win. Next up: a karmic clash with New England in Super Bowl XLII
Rams at Saints
Who would have thought last summer that the Week 14 game between these two would have playoff implications for both teams? The 6--6 ...
4 MIAMI: Dolphins
In case you haven't heard, there's a new sheriff in town. But does he have the horses to restore hope to the fans in Miami?
CHAOS BY DESIGN
No down linemen? Linebackers on the nose? Cornerbacks in a three-point stance? Today's attacking defenses throw a baffling array of looks ...
Why We Fight
For new Jets coach Rex Ryan, nothing builds team unity like a good old-fashioned training camp brawl
BACK TO BACKS
Check out the NFL's top five in rushing attempts through 11 weeks: Arian Foster, Marshawn Lynch (page 37), Doug Martin (page 43), Adrian ...
Peter King's Corner
HOT READ Entering the season Dallas and Denver had playoff-worthy rosters built to win now, but each team had a shaky veteran at ...
3 Atlanta FALCONS
The defense must coalesce for this maturing team to contend consistently
Broncos Suffer Crippling Loss
Denver's run defense, porous last season when it allowed 21 touchdowns, has given up only two in six games this year. But the Broncos will be ...
3 Toronto Blue Jays
MANAGER JOHNGIBBONS fifth season with Blue Jays GENERAL MANAGER J.P. Ricciardi had no difficulty adding clout to his lineupthe last ...
BACK IN THE RUNNING
n the second carry of the rest of his life, Buffalo Bills running back Willis McGahee juked left behind the line of scrimmage, stepped forward ...
A League of Their Own
The Patriots marched to an NFL-record 19th straight win by overwhelming the Dolphins in a classic display of the brand of football that makes Bill Belichick's team so special
PETER KING'S THINGS I THINK
1. I think the first names that came to mind for the Chiefs' job when coach Todd Haley was fired on Monday were Josh McDaniels and Kirk ...
PETER KING'S: THINGS I THINK
1. I think Week 12 was very, very bad for the future of two coaches: Norv Turner ( the Chargers lost their sixth in a row, to Denver at home) and ...
BRAZILIAN BLOCKBUSTER WORLD CHAMPION CUBA WENT DOWN HARD AFTER THE U.S. STRUGGLED TO DEFEAT THE NETHERLANDS
"Tonight," said Brazilian volleyball star Marcia Cunha, "is avery special night." Special in women's volleyball is needingonly 55 minutes to beat ...
Rolling the Dice It's a good bet that five quarterbacks will be among the top 40 picks. So why is this draft such a crapshoot?
At the NFL scouting combine in February, two men badly in need of a quarterback, Baltimore Ravens coach Brian Billick and Cincinnati ...