Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti recap what we saw from Monday Night Football. The Raiders surprised some by beating the Saints, is the black hole turning around? Sal Paolantonio joins the show to discuss what is up with Carson Wentz and the Eagles, and if we could see Jalen Hurts any time soon.
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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.
Host Laura Rutledge along with Dan Orlovsky, Marcus Spears and Mina Kimes have all your week two NFL Coverage. From the Cowboys miraculous comeback to Went'z continued regression, and of course Adam Schefter to break down all the injuries across the NFL.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss AD's game-winning 3-pointer, the Cowboys' miraculous comeback, the Seahawks letting Russ cook again and Kyler Murray and D-Hop letting the Cardinals flying high. Plus, Brady's Bucs bounce back in Week 2.
What a win for the Cowboys... did it save the season for Dallas? What did that game do for Dak Prescott? Greeny looks back at Week 2 in the NFL, including all the big injuries. We open the phones for "hot takes" from the listeners. Greeny also reveals the worst move from the NFL offseason... and it's not DeAndre Hopkins. Plus, the Lakers go up 2-0... is the series over?
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.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour reacting to some crazy comments made by Dan Orlovsky. Are you taking Josh Allen as the early MVP of the NFL? Ed Werder joins the show to talk about the improbable comeback win the Cowboys had last night and what it means for the Cowboys moving forward. Jackie MacMullan joins the show to talk about Anthony Davis and the Lakers winning at the buzzer, and who is the most important player for the Celtics Heat series?
Dak Prescott will be the NFL's highest-paid player next year. Josh Allen is actually underrated now. Let's overreact to Week 2.
Gruden gave Payton his first big NFL break. They spent just a year together, but that is where the Saints coach learned much of his offensive foundation.
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.
Saquon Barkley and Nick Bosa topped a long list of injuries, Atlanta fumbled a big lead and offense continued to be an issue for Minnesota. Here's what to know from Week 2.
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.
Coach Mike McCarthy's first home game with the Dallas Cowboys appeared headed for disaster, but it turned into a rally for the ages as the Cowboys came away with a 40-39 win over the Atlanta Falcons.
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.
En NFL Live, hablaron con Isaac Alarcón para conocer más a fondo su apreciación del equipo de Dallas y su carrera. Asimismo, aprovecharon para hacer sus pronósticos de la Semana 2 y un balance sobre Patriots o Seahawks, ¿quién se llevará el triunfo en MNF, si Patriots o Seahawks?
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.