The MMQB's Peter King looks back at the Thursday Night game between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens to figure out who's to blame for the Steelers overtime loss.
A doctor in New York City was found unconscious in an apartment building's doorway. An unidentified man hailed an ambulance but fled after.
Brooklyn Nets majority owner Mikhail Prokhorov is in the process of eliminating the word "majority" from his title, working on a deal with Forest City Ratner to secure 100% of the team, which might be why he's so eager to leave a mark on his current core of players and coaches. And he definitely did that while leading his players dribbling exercises.
Sports Illustrated's Aaron Nagler and Andrew Perloff discuss the six undefeated teams left after Week 4 and who among those teams will be the first to lose a game.
There are a number of different ways one can score a goal in hockey. But Vancouver Canucks rookie Jake Virtanen unintentionally scored one on Thursday in the most painful way possible. During Vancouver’s preseason game against the Edmonton Oilers, Yannick Weber launched an aggressive slap shot at the goal that went wide right, straight into the face of the Virtanen. Take a look at the ridiculous goal:
Sports Illustrated's Aaron Nagler and Andrew Perloff discuss the Arizona Cardinals 24-22 loss to the St. Louis Rams and if they acted too quickly by naming the Cardinals one of the best teams in the NFC.
Ok, you have got to see this little girl freak out when she learns her celebrity crush Adam Levine is married. She pretty much goes through all the feelings we had.
Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar discusses the St. Louis Rams' 24-22 win over the Arizona Cardinals and if the Rams stand a chance of winning the NFC West.
Objects found floating near the southeastern Bahamas could belong to the missing container ship El Faro that was caught in Hurricane Joaquin.
Sports Illustrated's Chris Burke discusses the Washington Redskins 23-20 win over the Philadelphia Eagles and if Kirk Cousins can lead this team to win the division.
Kendra Wilkinson Baskett just revealed some shocking news. The reality star was institutionalized after trying twice to kill herself.
Sports Illustrated's Doug Farrar takes a look at the Atlanta Falcons and Carolina Panthers' victories in Week 4 and how the NFC South has become one of the strongest divisions in 2015.