A drama-filled offseason facilitated wide receiver Antonio Brown’s trade from the Pittsburgh Steelers to the Oakland Raiders. Now catching passes from Derek Carr instead of Ben Roethlisberger, SI Now hosts Amy Campbell and Ryan Asselta discuss how the change of scenery will impact Brown moving forward.
The Dallas Cowboys have quite the contract conundrum, trying to work out deals with star running back Ezekiel Elliott, quarterback Dak Prescott and wide receiver Amari Cooper. The team reportedly made offers to all three that would put them in the top-five highest paid players at their respective positions. SI Now’s Amy Campbell and Ryan Asselta predict if these triplets can lead the Cowboys to the Lombardi Trophy.
Each day the MMQB will preview a different NFL team throughout training camp. Today’s squad is the Carolina Panthers. After a underwhelming 7-9 campaign in 2018, SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell say that the team’s 2019 season rests on Cam Newtown’s playing at full strength.
Welterweight Colby Covington is largely viewed as UFC's villain, both in and out of the Octagon. He joins SI Now to discuss his upcoming fight with Robbie Lawler, his complicated history with Jon Jones and the controversial red hat he chooses to wear.
NFL Films collected more than 1,000 player votes for their Top 100 countdown, with LA Rams defensive lineman Aaron Donald leading the way. Drew Brees, Khalil Mack, Patrick Mahomes and Todd Gurley round out the top five. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell assess if they think the players got it right.
Each day this month, the MMQB will preview a different NFL team for the 2019-2020 season. The Tennessee Titans are today’s squad. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell say the team needs a big year from quarterback Marcus Mariota to compete for the AFC South.
Le’Veon Bell did what we never see players do, apologizing to his fantasy owners on Twitter. Bell’s season-long holdout made the running back the ultimate fantasy bust. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Amy Campbell wonder if professional athletes should care about fantasy owners.
Each day the MMQB will preview a differnt NFL team throughout training camp. Today the focus is the Houston Texans, if the Texans struggle this season should head coach Bill O'Brien be on the hot seat? Also, is it time to look at Deshaun Watson and DeAndre Hopkins as one of the best QB-WR duos?
Ty Montgomery tells SI Now’s Ryan Asselta that he’s extremely confident about Sam Darnold’s prospects heading into the 2019-2020 season. The Jets running back says he sees shades of Aaron Rodgers in Darnold’s game.
The Houston Texans have announced that star defensive lineman J.J. Watt will begin training camp on the physically unable to perform list, causing many to speculate about his availability for the upcoming season. MMQB senior writer Albert Breer weighs in on Watt's health history, and how the Texans might manage their All-Pro pass rusher.
After facing accusations of cheating, Xander Schauffele went to the media to inform them that his driver was deemed unfit for tournament play. He also expressed how it was unfair that everybody's clubs weren't checked before major tournaments. Does the American golfer have a point?
Michigan Coach Jim Harbaugh is currently under scrutiny after he said on an ESPNU radio show that players who cite mental health issues to gain immediate eligibility in the transfer process may be lying. SI Now’s Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta weigh in.
Tiger Woods spoke out after missing the cut at the British Open, saying that as an "older athlete," your game becomes more inconsistent. Tiger seems to understand who he currently is as a player. Why don't the fans?
Each day this month the MMQB will preview a different NFL team for the 2019-2020 season. Today, the Detroit Lions. SI Now's Robin Lundberg and Ryan Asselta discuss what the team needs to do to compete in a stacked NFC North division.
Shane Lowry is a golfer who is usually in contention, but this was the 32 year old's first major victory and only his second-ever win on the PGA Tour. Was this a fluke win for the Irishman? Golf analyst Ryan Asselta weighs in.
Miami Dolphins defensive tackle Kendrick Norton had his arm amputated earlier this month following a devastating car accident, but the team will still pay Norton his full salary after placing the 22-year-old on the reserve/non-football injury list. MMQB senior writer Albert Breer explains how the Dolphins are going above and beyond to help Norton.