Behind the Face Mask
‘Tim, You Have ALS’
‘Tim, You Have ALS’
Last spring, former Tennessee Titans linebacker Tim Shaw learned why his body was weakening before his 30th birthday: He has Lou Gehrig’s Disease. In his own words, his plan for boldly living a full life
Going Long
Everything’s There But the Fire
Everything’s There But the Fire
He scrambles like Kaepernick, sheds tacklers like Roethlisberger and throws with preternatural precision. It all points to Oregon’s Marcus Mariota as the No. 1 pick next year and sure-fire NFL franchise QB. But does he play it too cool?
By Greg A. Bedard
10 Things I Think I Think
Toe Jam Football
Toe Jam Football
Giants guard Geoff Schwartz dislocated a big toe in a preseason tilt against the Jets, and his mind has been racing ever since. Here are his 10 thoughts on everything from the moment of impact to the embarrassing nature of crutches
Podcast
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Episode IV
The MMQB Podcast with Andy Benoit – Episode IV
Andy discusses why the Broncos will perform better against the Seahawks this time around, what makes the Chargers so good, Kirk Cousins replacing RG3, and chats with rising Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall.
By Andy Benoit
Window Into the Weekend
Week 3: A Super Bowl Rematch, But a Much Closer Game
By Peter King
Deep Dive
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
Will Different Broncos Lead to Different Result?
It's no secret: Denver was thoroughly embarrassed in a 43-8 loss to Seattle in Super Bowl 48. After an offseason of retooling the roster, the Broncos will see if they measure up in a Week 3 rematch. Plus more notes from Week 2 film study
By Andy Benoit
Analytics
The Two-Minute Men
The Two-Minute Men
What the numbers reveal about the best NFL quarterbacks in crunch time
Unplugged
Manning on Manning
Manning on Manning
The Broncos quarterback on giving advice to younger players, staying on top of non-football current events and why he thinks he'd make a good free safety
By Peter King
Business of Football
It Goes Beyond Goodell
It Goes Beyond Goodell
The commissioner is taking the brunt of the blame for mishandling the Ray Rice discipline. But as with all Personal Conduct Policy matters, there were other factors, and other people, influencing the league's decision
By Andrew Brandt
One on One With
‘I Was Shocked By How Much Talent We Have on the Bills’
Bills cornerback Corey Graham on returning home to Buffalo, the Bills staying in Western New York, and his key interception of Peyton Manning during the Ravens' Super Bowl run
By Peter King
Open Field
It’s Past Time, Commissioner
It’s Past Time, Commissioner
If the NFL is going to make good on promises to address its domestic violence problem it must act now, and it's time for Roger Goodell to come out of hiding and answer to his critics
By Peter King
The Conscience
Hubris and Hogwash
Hubris and Hogwash
Mark Cuban was scoffed and sneered at for warning the NFL about the perils of arrogance. His words now look prophetic as the mighty league has been made vulnerable by player misdeeds and the failures of leadership
By Don Banks