2018 ScheduleAll times ET
- 8/9L 19-17
- 8/18L 24-14
- 8/24L 21-20
- 8/30L 30-19
- 9/9L 27-24
- 9/17L 24-17
- 9/23W 24-13
- 9/30W 20-17
- 10/7L 33-31
- 10/14W 27-3
- 10/28h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/4h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/11h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/15h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 11/25h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/2h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/10h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/16h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/23h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/30h:mm a z, US/Eastern
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Paul Allen, co-founder of Microsoft and owner of the Seattle Seahawks and Portland Trail Blazers, has died at the age of 65.
Russell Wilson threw for three touchdowns, including one off a botched snap in the second quarter, and the Seattle Seahawks rolled to a 27-3 victory over the Oakland Raiders on Sunday at Wembley Stadium.
Bill gets updates on Philadelphia and New Orleans from Sheil Kapadia of The Athletic (1:09) and Mike Triplett of ESPN (31:41). What has to happen in the next few weeks for the Eagles to feel good about their chances? Are Saints fans prepared for a post Drew Brees future? The guys get into that and much more on the show.
For a second straight week, Ryan Tannehill posted the week's worst Total QBR. Here are the week's best, worst performances.
Mike Greenberg talks to Matt Hasselbeck about his impressions of Patrick Mahomes (2:22), Tom Brady's longevity (7:08), what a QB's success depends on (15:28), the intense preparation process in the NFL (24:29), finding the right quarterbacks (38:45) and much more.
Bill is joined by Will Brinson of CBS Sports to discuss coaching decisions good or bad and more from Rams-Seahawks (1:26), Cowboys-Texans (22:34), Giants-Panthers (43:41) as well as Falcons-Steelers (1:00:15) from the Week 5 slate in the NFL.
Todd Gurley rushed for three touchdowns, Jared Goff passed for 321 yards and a score , and the Los Angeles Rams remained unbeaten by holding off the Seattle Seahawks 33-31 on Sunday.
Seahawks linebacker Mychal Kendricks, the NFLPA and lawyers still are battling to prove that the NFL does not have the right to suspend him "indefinitely," league sources told ESPN.
Earl Thomas' obscene gesture toward the Seattle Seahawks' sideline last Sunday was directed not at coach Pete Carroll or any one person, but at the organization as a whole, a league source tells ESPN.
Earl Thomas has been fined $13,369 by the NFL for giving the middle finger as he was carted off the field with a broken leg last Sunday, the Seattle Times reported.
Earl Thomas' season-ending injury means the final member of the Legion has likely played his last snap for Seattle.
Bomani delves into the frustration shown by Earl Thomas when he flipped the bird to the Seahawks' sideline (0:35), discusses Eric Reid's return to the NFL with the Panthers (14:48) and Jimbo Fisher's physical altercation with a player on the Texas A&M sideline (27:24). Plus, the always enlightening IYHH (39:28) and looking back on Outkast's "Aquemini" 20 years later (51:47).
Billionaire Seattle Seahawks owner and Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen says cancer he was treated for in 2009 has returned.
Bill is joined by Mina Kimes to discuss Earl Thomas' injury (5:24) as well as the struggles of the Falcons (23:35) and Steelers (38:36). Plus, Kevin Seifert stops by to share his thoughts on the mixed bag so far this season from the Vikings (52:30) and how the NFL views controversy over rules this season (1:02:32).
Pete Carroll defended Earl Thomas on Monday, telling 710 ESPN Seattle that people criticizing the Seahawks safety over his middle finger at Seattle's sideline should cut him "a little slack."
Sebastian Janikowski, who had missed twice earlier in the game, kicked a 52-yard field goal as time expired to give Seattle a 20-17 victory over Arizona on Sunday and spoil the debut of Cardinals rookie Josh Rosen as the starting quarterback.