Tony Reali and the national panel discuss another down-to-the wire Patriots/Seahawks game, Dallas' amazing comeback against Atlanta, the Chiefs' OT win over the Chargers and much more.
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Falcons owner Arthur Blank offered his reaction to the onside kick blunder that led to the Falcons' stunning 40-39 loss to the Cowboys. "In my view, they didn't clearly understand what the rules were and exactly what they had to do," Blank said.
First Take is joined by Dan Orlovsky to discuss if Wentz is more part of the problem or solution, if Tom Brady's week 2 performance was impressive, and Bill QB Josh Allen joins the show.
Stephen A, Max and Keyshawn debate if they should give the Cowboys Credit for their win versus the Falcons, if Cam or Russ stood out yesterday and what did Anthony Davis prove with his game-winning shot.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel talk the impact of an awful day of injuries in the NFL and recap the rest of Week 2.
Dak Prescott will be the NFL's highest-paid player next year. Josh Allen is actually underrated now. Let's overreact to Week 2.
The NFL was hampered by injuries to stars around the league on Sunday. Among them? Saquon Barkley going down for the Giants, Carolina RB Christian McCaffrey, and many, many 49ers, including Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, and Raheem Mostert. Considering the impact of those injuries, many teams have now dropped to 0-2. Bill Barnwell discusses the severity of injuries around the league, and explains what’s at stake for football’s winless teams. Plus, a tribute to the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg: athletic inspiration.
The injuries piled up on Sunday with Nick Bosa and Solomon Thomas joining Dee Ford on the sideline for the 49ers.
The Cowboys had a 0.1% win probability at one point on Sunday but came back to beat the Falcons. How does it stack up against other seemingly insurmountable deficits?
The Falcons blew a 20-point lead to the Cowboys on Sunday. By now, that's the Falcons being Falcons. Charles Barkley, Damian Lillard and many on social media were unmerciful.
Greg Zuerlein kicked a 46-yard field goal as time expired, and the Dallas Cowboys overcame four fumbles and a 20-point deficit in the first quarter to beat the Atlanta Falcons 40-39 in coach Mike McCarthy's home debut Sunday.
Brown wants more than just answers in Taylor's case. He is effecting change too -- speaking at protests, talking to the mayor, and now he is meeting with the FBI.
First Take debates if the Nuggets have a chance to win against the Lakers, Giannis wins MVP, if the Falcons can upset the Cowboys in week 2 and much more in the NFL.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel recap TNF and help you get ready to set your lineup for Week 2.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel recap the big performances from Week 1 and talk if we should have panic or patience with the players who struggled.
Russell Wilson was cooking right from the start, throwing four touchdown passes to lead the Seattle Seahawks to a 38-25 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in the season opener Sunday.
The Falcons' Julio Jones reached 800 career receptions in the second shortest span of games.
The Atlanta Falcons will pay tribute to late civil rights icon John Lewis by making Lewis the honorary captain for Sunday's season-opening matchup with the Seattle Seahawks.
Eric Williams of Sports Illustrated joins Scott to talk the NFL opener, what will play be like without the pre-season, the Covid-19 environment, the Todd Gurley void for the Rams along with changes on both sides of the line and more. Scott discusses Skip Bayless' comments on Dak Prescott's revelations on depression. Alex 'Grande' Padilla jumps on with Scott to talks about his Lakers.