Mahomes and the Chiefs look unstoppable. Wasn't pretty but Cam gets the Win. Max feels the Broncos did need to play the game despite having no QBs. Brady or Belichick; who needed who more? Max previews the Monday Night Football game between the Eagles and Seahawks. Max gives his thoughts on Mike Tyson vs Roy Jones Jr.
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Sunday’s slate of NFL games ranged from the completely normal to increasingly bizarre. Aaron Rodgers aimed to send the Bears back to hibernation, with a dominant Packers victory. The 49ers started to get their groove back, beating the LA Rams on a last-second field goal. COVID chaos was in the mix, too, with the Broncos starting a wide receiver at QB due to a team coronavirus outbreak, and the Ravens-Steelers game moved yet again. Bill Barnwell breaks down everything we saw on Sunday, and what to expect as the league grapples with its biggest bout of COVID chaos yet. Then, Pablo examines a different kind of chaos in Saturday’s boxing bouts.
— Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes and the Green Bay Packers beat the slumping Chicago Bears 41-25 on Sunday night to pad their NFC North lead.
A group of athletes across several sports bought and tore down a liquor store, replacing it with a fresh market in the "food desert" Austin neighborhood.
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers says he wants fan favorites such as "Roll Out the Barrel" and beer bottle races back at Lambeau Field, even though the stadium will be without fans.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame announced its list of 25 semifinalists for the Class of 2021, with Peyton Manning, Charles Woodson and Calvin Johnson leading the way.
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Patrick Mahomes' late-game heroics, Taysom Hill's first win as Saints starter, the Ravens losing to the Titans in OT, and much more.
Max recaps a crazy NFL Sunday with lots of QB drama in Philadelphia and Baltimore. Plus, what the future holds for Cincinnati.
Marquez Valdes-Scantling said Monday that he tweeted Sunday night about receiving death threats to "get people to understand that we're humans, too, we're not just some number on a jersey, that we're people first," but said he never feared for his safety.
First take hour 1: Colts defeat the Packers, Mahomes comes up big on Sunday night and Taysom Hill impresses for the Saints:
Stephen A, Max and Dan Orlovsky debate if the Packers can be a Super Bowl team, if we should have doubts about the Chiefs repeating and what we learned from Taysom Hill's first start with the Saints.
The Packers came to Marquez Valdes-Scantling's defense after the wide receiver fumbled in overtime to set up the Colts' game-winning field goal.
Despite suffering an ankle injury last week against the Jaguars and missing practice Wednesday, Packers wide receiver Davante Adams has been cleared to play Sunday against the Colts.
First Take 2nd Hour: What teams need to make a big move in NBA free agency, is Gordon Hayward heading to NY, is Tua Tagovailoa for real, and Tim Tebow on this week's CFB games.
Stephen A. & Max debate what NBA teams must make a splash in free agency, Tim Tebow joins to talk about college football, the guys question if Leon Rose is taking the Knicks in the right direction, debate if it's too soon to say Tua Tagovailoa is the real deal, and discuss who needs a win more: Aaron Rodgers or Lamar Jackson.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel discuss the latest news around the league, recap Thursday Night Football and preview Week 11.