Check out our fantasy football rankings for Week 4 of the 2023 NFL season!
It's nearly tee time for the 2023 Ryder Cup. Here's what you need to know.
How often do you get a chance to add a player who just rushed for 200-plus yards off the waiver wire? Well, this is one of those weeks.
The Cowboys had two interceptions and returned a blocked field goal for a touchdown early on Sunday night in New York.
The 'People's Panic Meter' is back and boy there is quite a bit of panic after Week 3. Matt Harmon and Andy Behrens do their best to react to everyone's submissions. Behrens also provides his top five waiver wire pickups for Week 4.
Garrett Wilson and Michael Carter were both seen airing grievances on the sideline.
Dolphins vs. Bills in Week 4 might be the biggest game of the NFL season.
Tiger Woods may not be playing any time soon, but his son is working his way up through the golf ranks.
The betting market has had a whale of a time getting a handle on Colorado, but things are becoming clearer now.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde react to Marcus Freeman’s explanation of his coaching gaffe versus Ohio State last Saturday and preview Notre Dame’s upcoming matchup with Duke.
No bobbleheads and no postseason meant nearly no fans for the Yankees on Monday.
"The police said people were concerned about me because of my posts online," the 33-year-old wrote in a journal entry he shared on social media.
Namath didn't mince words while also targeting head coach Robert Saleh and general manager Joe Douglas.
Don't be surprised if you have to spend all your FAB on these waiver wire pickups for Week 4.
Justin Thomas was a hotly debated Ryder Cup pick, but he's not worried about the social media noise.
The point spread for Broncos vs. Bears is telling.
All four 0-3 teams are playing each other, and for the Bears, Broncos, Vikings and Panthers, their games could forecast Williams' future.
Dan Wetzel, Ross Dellenger & SI’s Pat Forde provide their takeaways and thoughts from Week 0 of the college football season.
The CFP’s existence spans just two more years. There is no binding agreement after the 2025 football season for both a playoff format and a television contract.
Colorado’s blowout loss at Oregon cost it a spot in the Associated Press Top 25.