TENNIS

26 U.S. OPEN

Novak Djokovic won his 10th major, while Serena Williams finished just short of a Slam

By L. Jon Wertheim

Features

NFL WEEK 1

32 Aaron Rodgers

The many sides of the NFL's best quarterback

By Greg Bishop

42 The New QBs

Jameis Winston was picked No. 1—but it was Marcus Mariota who had a historic pro debut

By Greg A. Bedard

ROOKIE RUNNING BACKS

RETHINKING LEFT TACKLE

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

50 Braxton Miller

Switching to H-back wasn't easy for the former QB, but it may have helped his draft stock

By Pete Thamel

BASEBALL

56 Dwight Gooden

A dream season in '85 turned out to be the beginning of the end for the Mets phenom

By Tom Verducci

Departments

4 SI Digital

6 Leading Off

12 Inbox

14 Scorecard

20 Faces in the Crowd

22 Just My Type

Dan Patrick: Andrew Luck rates himself as an actor

64 Point After

Michael Rosenberg: Fans rationalize like champs

SI has regional covers this week: John W. McDonough for Sports Illustrated (Rodgers); Gary Bogdon for Sports Illustrated (Mariota)

PHOTOPhotograph by Erick W. Rasco For Sports IllustratedROGER, OUT After playing six matches of nearly flawless tennis in Flushing, Roger Federer fell to Djokovic in the men's finals.

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