Taken in the wider context of league history, suffering a defeat like that should concern everyone in the Broncos organization, from Payton and the locker room to the front office and ownership.
Colorado’s blowout loss at Oregon cost it a spot in the Associated Press Top 25.
Now we know for sure: Taylor Swift is aware of Travis Kelce's existence.
The Bears had a brutal week of preparation for the Kansas City Chiefs. Things got considerably worse on Sunday.
Jason Fitz and Frank Schwab give their instant analysis from Week 3 of NFL action. The duo start with their biggest questions from the Sunday slate, including what Josh McDaniels was thinking in the fourth quarter, whether or not anyone can stop the Miami Dolphins, what happened to the Dallas Cowboys and what the New York Jets should do at quarterback. Later, they recap each game from Sunday and discuss what fans can take away from their team's performance.
Dan Orlovsky, of course, was hyped.
The Cowboys defense didn't look the same after losing one of its stars.
The Dolphins absolutely blasted the Broncos on Sunday.
The Raiders kicked a field goal but couldn't get the ball right back.
Ohio State head coach Ryan Day had something to get off his chest.
The hit prompted Fields' teammate D.J. Moore to direct him away from the Bears' huddle toward the sideline and blue medical tent.
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Jason Fitz is joined by Senior NFL Reporter Charles Robinson to pull back the curtain on the latest news around the NFL. The crew start with the Chris Jones contract and what the failed holdouts this season mean for the future of the franchise tag. Next, they address some key injuries in the AFC North, including J.K. Dobbins, Diontae Johnson and Jack Conklin. Finally, the duo dive into the Aaron Rodgers injury and what the New York Jets plan to do next. Fitz and Charles wrap up the show with a new segment where they decide what's news and what's noise over the last week.
Alan Williams abruptly resigned as the Bears’ defensive coordinator on Wednesday, just weeks into his second season with the franchise.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde run through all of the biggest college football games from Week 2 along with the latest from the Mel Tucker scandal at Michigan State.
Colorado is a great story, but the Buffaloes were exposed against Oregon.
The merger of the UFC and the WWE closed Tuesday, under the corporate umbrella of TKO Holdings Group. The new company is valued at $21.4 billion, with the UFC valued at $12.1 billion and the WWE at $9.3 billion.
Eric Nicksick coached Sean Strickland to an upset win over Israel Adesanya. Nicksick is from a family of coaches, but he got into MMA coaching almost by accident.
Freeman said he didn't want to risk a penalty by running an 11th player onto the field.
This is not what the Browns had in mind when they signed Watson to a fully guaranteed $230 million deal.