Kevin and Donnie discuss an upcoming NFC Matchup between the Bears and Bucs as we head into week 7
The first College Football Playoff rankings are five weeks away and for the first time since the inception of the four-team model in 2014, the…
Donnie and Kevin are all in on the Mac Jones hype.
Ariel and Ben preview the Saints QB 1 outlook for the upcoming season and discuss what is taking Head Coach Sean Payton so long to pick a starter.
Dr. Chao joins and explains why Prescott should be all systems go for Week 1.
Joe Raineri says Trey Lance will be the San Francisco 49ers QB Week 1.
Things won't be easy for the Bears as they figure out their QB situation. The Bills may play their starters as Sean McDermott is an Andy Reid …
Dr. Chao joins and explains why Prescott is going to have to get a new MRI/
Donnie Rightside joins and explains why you should look to these games for fun storylines.
Ben and Ariel discuss if there is a concern with Dak Prescott's shoulder strain
Kevin and Donnie discuss Aaron Rodgers turning down a contract extension.
The Hawks are in the Eastern Conference finals, hoping to advance to the NBA Finals for the first time since ... they played in St. Louis.
MIAMI — College Football Playoff banners lined the roads from downtown to South Beach, alerting everyone to the Jan. 11 national championship.
College football will crown a new national champion Monday night, as the strangest and most tenuous season on record ended in a familiar place.
The conditions were freezing — eight degrees with a wind-chill factor of minus-15 — the last time the Los Angeles Rams played a cold-weather game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
About those golden tickets the Green Bay Packers and Kansas City Chiefs hold after earning the only first-round byes in this year’s Super Bowl tournament:
Three Hall of Fame-bound quarterbacks and a question mark. That’s the starting lineup in one divisional round of the NFL playoffs, where the remaining NFC quarterbacks are Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady, New Orleans’ Drew Brees, Green Bay’s Aaron Rodgers and whichever of the walking wounded — Jared Goff or John Wolford — is able start for the Los Angeles Rams. In the AFC, it’s a reunion of the Class of ...
The odds are stacked against the Browns as they prepare for their first playoff game in 18 years.
Don't miss The News' sports staff predictions for Saturday's AFC wild-card game between the Bills and Indianapolis Colts.