Le'Veon Bell, who signed with the Chiefs after being released by the Jets, said he sees his new opportunity as a chance to "reinvent" himself.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/10W 34-20
- 9/20W 23-20
- 9/28W 34-20
- 10/5W 26-10
- 10/11L 40-32
- 10/19W 26-17
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Field, Matthew and Kyle talk the latest news around the NFL, Week 7 rankings and finish the show with trivia.
Russell Wilson's 19 passing touchdowns through five games have him in the early lead, but the MVP race is far from over. Who else is getting consideration?
Mina talks to Sam Monson and Steve Palazzolo of Pro Football Focus about the weaknesses of the top 10 teams in the league (according to 538's expected playoff percentage)- Chiefs, Steelers, Titans, Seahawks, Ravens, Bears, Packers, Bucs, Bills, and Saints.
Dan, Bomani and Israel question Tua being named the starting quarterback and the struggles of Josh Allen against the Chiefs.
Clarence Hill, from the Dallas/Fortworth Star-Telegram, says Cowboys players aren't happy The Chiefs are doing it behind the running game! That's dangerous The Bucks must trade Giannis because he won't sign long term Last Take
Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss the Chiefs' run-heavy offense last night, the Dolphins turning to Tua Tagovailoa, the Cowboys' abysmal loss and tonight's Game 1 of the World Series.
Tony Reali and the national panel (featuring Stugotz!) discuss tonight's Game 1 of the World Series, Miami's decision to name Tua Tagovailoa the starting quarterback, the Chiefs' Monday Night Football win and much more.
Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Cowboys embarrassing MNF loss, the Chiefs running all over the Bills, Jimmy Butler’s boat buckets, World Series Game 1 and Tua’s Dolphins' debut.
Hahn Solo today! Alan had a full buffet talking NFL, World Series and more.
First Take hour 1: Cowboys look bad against Cardinals, Chiefs the team to beat in the AFC and Khabib Nurmagomedov joins the show!
Stephen A, Max, Marcus Spears and Khabib Nurmagomedov debate if the it's time for the Cowboys to panic after a bad game against the Cardinals, if anyone can stop the Chiefs in the AFC and what Khabib has to do to be considered an all time great.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Kyle recap Monday Night Football, update you on the latest injury news and give you the key Week 7 waiver wire adds.
Hahn Solo today! Alan goes full buffet, talking World Series and NFL. Plus, Jets safety Matthias Farley joined the show.
Keyshawn tells us why, even though he didn't put up crazy numbers, Patrick Mahomes was great vs. the Bills last night. Former Falcons WR Roddy White joins and talks about the mess the Falcons have become since blowing the 28-3 lead to the Patriots in the Super Bowl. MLB Commissioner Rob Manfred joins and talks about how the league got through the 2020 season during a pandemic.
The Cowboys are terrible. Paul Finebaum joins to talk about Nick Saban's comeback this weekend and the Big 10's return to the field. Alex Smith joins to talk about his return to the field and what it was like having his family there to see it. Plus, Key's Real Rankings!
There's no other way to put it...the Cowboys stink. Plus, Josh Allen is what we thought he was...not an MVP candidate, that's for sure. Sal Paolantonio joins the show to talk about where the blame lies for the Eagles' terrible start to the 2020 season.
It's never too early for informed coaching buzz, or talk of buyout clauses, interim labels and coach-GM dysfunction. Here's what we've heard.
After weeks of being pushed for the NBA and MLB, Sarah & Jason finally had a full show. The Chiefs showed the world that they can run and pass all over you. Can the Dodgers finally reach the mountain top? Jason has some strong thoughts on the NFL only fining the Titans.
Rookie Clyde Edwards-Helaire rushed for 161 yards as the Chiefs turned to their ground game in a 26-17 victory against the Bills on Monday.
The Chiefs lost starting right tackle Mitchell Schwartz to a back injury in the first half of Monday night's game against the Bills. Backup defensive end Alex Okafor was also ruled out with a hamstring injury.
The fourth-year quarterback reached the mark in 37 games, passing Hall of Famer Dan Marino, who did it in 40.
NFL Live- Baker Bust?, Did Last Night say more about GB or "Tompa" Bay?, Preview of Monday Night Doubleheader
Host Laura Rutledge, along with Marcus Spears, Dan Orlovsky and Mina Kimes, react to a busy Week 6 in the NFL season, as well as preview a Monday Night doubleheader between the Chiefs v. Bills and Cardinals v. Cowboys. Did the Steelers show that they belong in the same conversation as the Chiefs in the AFC, or did the Browns just show that "they are who we thought they were." Was yesterday just a blip on Green Bay's radar or is Tampa Bay rounding into form and showing that they are the team to beat in the NFC. The crew dives into all that and much more on another Monday in the weirdest season to date.
First Take hour 2: Are the Jets the team to beat in the NFC? Could Ryan Tannehill be the MVP and much more!
Stephen A, Max and Ryan Clark debate if the Buccaneers are the best team in the NFC, if Ryan Tannehill should be considered for MVP and if Lopez is the best in the world after his win over Lomachenko.
Jim Kelly joins to talk about the improvements Josh Allen has made in his second full year as the Bills starting QB. Louis Riddick joins to preview tonight's Cowboys/Cardinals matchup. Plus, we revisit Dan Orlovsky's comments about Ryan Tannehill becoming a top 10 QB in Tennessee.