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How the 2014 Schedule Was Made
How the 2014 Schedule Was Made
At NFL headquarters, four men and 40 computers work for 70 days, sifting through a half-million possibilities. The MMQB pulls back the curtain on the process, the roadblocks they had to navigate and why Seattle dodged a road swing from hell
By Peter King
Monday Morning Quarterback
The ‘Torturous’ 2014 Draft
The ‘Torturous’ 2014 Draft
That description—courtesy of an NFL head coach, on the process of evaluating this year’s QB prospects—also fits the interminable walkup to the league’s pushed-back May draft. With two weeks to go, here’s what we think we know
By Peter King
Business of Football
Understanding the Fine Print of Free Agency
Understanding the Fine Print of Free Agency
What’s the real story behind all the funny money being handed out to players? Which signings, big-name or otherwise, turned heads from a financial perspective? Answers to both questions as we evaluate what’s gone down so far
By Andrew Brandt
3Q Interview
Money Talks—and Walks
Money Talks—and Walks
The Broncos’ new cornerback, Aqib Talib, on being tempted to stay in New England (sort of, kind of) and how the current CBA is finally paying off
By Peter King
Open Field
Revis Is A Patriot
Revis Is A Patriot
One day after watching top cornerback Aqib Talib sign with the rival Broncos, the Patriots returned serve by acquiring the best player at the position, Darrelle Revis. Here's the fallout for Denver, New England and Revis' old team in Tampa
By Greg A. Bedard
My Best Shot
From I to XLVIII
From I to XLVIII
Legendary photographer Walter Iooss Jr., who shot the Super Bowl I cover for Sports Illustrated, worked from an unusual perch in the stands for Broncos-Seahawks—and ended up with yet another SI SB cover, his 13th
By Emily Kaplan
In This Corner
What a Year. What a Team. What’s Next.
What a Year. What a Team. What's Next.
Life in the NFL is about tunnel vision, but forgive me for a moment while I step back, reflect on an incredible 2013 and appreciate our Super Bowl win and the teammates with whom I reached the pinnacle. We may not all be together much longer, after all
By Richard Sherman
Deep Dive
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
Kam’s the Man Who Should’ve Been MVP
The Seahawks’ suffocating defense in Super Bowl XLVIII wasn’t just the best performance of the season, but of the last decade in the NFL. Only one thing went wrong on their way to the Lombardi Trophy
By Andy Benoit
Behind the Face Mask
Doug Baldwin’s Diary of Super Bowl XLVIII
Doug Baldwin’s Diary of Super Bowl XLVIII
More than 111 million people watched, but only a few know what it feels like to have played in the big game. Seahawks wideout Doug Baldwin shares the experience, from the minute he woke up until he left MetLife as a champion
The Season
The Fate of The Season Rests in Your Hands
The Fate of The Season Rests in Your Hands
Your weekly one-page magazine ... but for how long?
By Peter King