Led by another dominant showing from Mack, the Bears defense crushed the Vikings on Sunday. But will a star-studded defense be enough to help Chicago keep pace with the conference-juggernaut Rams and Saints?
The king of the press conference is back. The meme-generating, grass-eating former LSU coach has returned to helm the nation’s most downtrodden program. What can go wrong? A lot. Will it be fun? Absolutely.
Washington has put its entire roster on the trading block after a demoralizing start to the season, but Ernie Grunfeld’s poor planning might have locked the franchise into its current dysfunctional core
It’s the NFL’s dream matchup: MVP candidates, innovative offenses, and Super Bowl contenders. These teams are the future, and the rest of the league would be wise to follow suit.
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We’re several months away from the Final Four, but there’s a clear winner in college basketball. The Blue Devils’ freshman core of Zion Williamson, R.J. Barrett, Cam Reddish, and Tre Jones is the most exciting thing the sport has seen in years. It’s all we’re talking about, which is exactly the way Mike Krzyzewski wants it.
A new week, a new role player emerges for Drew Brees and the explosive New Orleans offense. Plus: The Jags’ QB woes are laid bare against the Steelers, Lamar Jackson is as elusive as advertised, and the Cowboys’ ground game finds its footing.
With a new album, Mariah continues one of the most successful yet underrated careers in pop music history
In his new book, legal scholar Tim Wu traces the history of antitrust enforcement in the United States and illustrates how breaking up tech giants wouldn’t have seemed so radical in a different era
With the release of ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs,’ the Coens have continued one of the most prolific, essential streaks in movie history. Where does the latest stack up?
Park Chan-wook’s AMC miniseries is a gripping spy thriller set in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict of the late ’70s. But what it says about the psychology of its characters transcends genre or time period.