(Can't) Capture The Flag
The best football play you see all weekend might not be from the NCAA or the NFL. It could be this amazing move from Michelle Roque at the annual Beta Theta Phi charity flag football tourney. Watch »MaxPreps.com
The first College Football Playoff rankings have been released, and already we have controversy. The SEC placed three teams in the top four, but none is Alabama (No. 1 is Mississippi State, No. 3 Auburn and No. 4 Mississippi). Florida State is second and Oregon fifth, while Notre Dame is all the way down in 10th. What do you make of it all?
After the Chiefs' 41-14 drumming of the Patriots, fans were pretty concerned about Tom Brady's ability to maintain his status as one of the best quarterbacks in the game. So concerned that 50.5 percent of fans we polled felt that Brady was done as an "elite" performer:
But haters gonna hate, hate, hate, hate, hate, and Brady is gonna go 100-of-144 for 1,268 yards, 14 touchdowns and no interceptions over his next four games. What say you now, SportsNation?
That's what we thought. Haven't weighed in yet? VOTE HERE.
Sunday was a big day for multiple Super Bowl-winning quarterbacks from the AFC. Tom Brady went 30-for-35 with 354 yards and five touchdowns in the New England Patriots' 51-23 win over the Chicago Bears. Ben Roethlisberger had an even more memorable day, becoming the first QB in NFL history to notch a second 500-yard passing game (he went 40-for-49 with 522 yards and six touchdowns in a 51-34 win over the Indianapolis Colts). Not bad for a pair of players whose teams were considered done just weeks ago.
The World Series starts Tuesday night in Kansas City. The Royals are aiming for their first title since 1985. The San Francisco Giants, meanwhile, are looking for their third championship in five years. Which team will win?