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Peter King breaks down how C.J. Stroud has shown growth throughout the first three weeks of the season.
Mike Florio and Chris Simms analyze the Steelers and Raiders Sunday Night Football matchup from Week 3, examining the Steelers physicality and Raiders’ woes.

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  • NO Running Back #41
    Kamara is back after serving his three-game suspension and is eligible to play in Week 4 against the Buccaneers. We’ll see how much of his normal workload Kamara receives in his first game back, but with Jamaal Williams on injured reserve, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him handle the majority of the backfield snaps and touches out of the gate. Kamara can be trusted as a high-end RB2 against the Bucs as he returns to an offense that is likely to be helmed by Jameis Winston.
  • CIN Quarterback #9
    According to Russini, Burrow will go through a workout in the morning to see how he feels, but Burrow is reportedly “trending in the right direction.” Russini also noted that Burrow’s status for the game is “still uncertain” but he’s pushing the coaching staff and trainers to let him play. The 0-2 Bengals need Burrow in this game, as they can ill-afford to start 0-3. Backup Jake Browning is unlikely to lead the Bengals to their first win on the season, and almost certainly won’t lead fantasy squads to a win for fantasy managers banking on Burrow playing.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #81
    The worst was confirmed for Williams and the Chargers on Monday, as the star receiver will now be sidelined for the remainder of 2023 with his injury. Williams was humming to the tune of seven receptions for 121 yards and a touchdown before exiting Sunday’s game, and finishes the year with a line of 19-249-1. Williams was looking good in a revamped Chargers offense through three games, but will now have to wait until 2024 to show what he can offer in a full season in Kellen Moore’s offense. Quentin Johnston and Josh Palmer are both expected to see expanded roles with Williams now done for the season.
  • KC Quarterback #15
    Mahomes’ ankled was rolled up on by a defender late in the second quarter of the Chiefs’ win over the Bears, but he returned to play a few more downs before Andy Reid called off the wolves in the third quarter. The injury didn’t look good on video, but Mahomes isn’t one to take plays off if he thinks he can. We’ll see if he pops up on Wednesday’s injury report, but it sounds like he’ll be fine for Week 4 against the Jets.
  • KC Running Back #10
    The raw snap numbers suggest some kind of a backfield split, but Pacheco was in on 51.1 percent of the snaps Mahomes played on — a season-high for the Chiefs’ RB1. If we look at it from this angle, Pacheco has seen an increased snap share in each of his last three games, and has totaled 202 yards from scrimmage and one touchdown through three games. Pacheco has handled 42.7 percent of the Chiefs’ rush attempts, but Clyde Edwards-Helaire saw 14 carries in the team’s Week 3 smashing of the Bears. Pacheco will have strong RB2 upside in Week 4 against the Jets.
  • PIT Running Back #30
    Warren’s 45.2 percent snap share in Sunday’s win marked his highest snap share of the season, as the former UDFA continues to slowly work into Najee Harris’ workload. As runners, both Warren and Harris have struggled through the first three weeks, but Warren has proven to be the better fantasy asset thanks to his receiving upside. In PPR leagues, Warren has outscored Harris in every game this season and has 12 receptions for 101 yards on the season. On a week-to-week basis, both backs are hard to trust for fantasy purposes, but Warren isn’t going away and will continue to be a thorn for those who rostered Harris.
  • SEA Running Back #26
    In addition to snaps, Charbonnet also saw a season-high 11 opportunities in the win. He was effective with them, totaling 45 yards on those touches, but he still worked well behind Kenneth Walker. Interestingly, Charbonnet also ran 16 routes to Walker’s 10, which could be something to monitor in the coming weeks. The Seahawks appear to be easing Charbonnet into action, which could be due to an injury that slowed him in training camp. However, his snaps and opportunities have steadily increased each week, making him a worthwhile stash for any managers in leagues where he may be available.
  • NYJ Running Back #20
    Remember to temper expectations here, folks. Hall and the Jets were abysmal in Week 3 — a theme that has become all too familiar with Zach Wilson under center. Despite operating as the clear lead back, Hall managed only 27 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches and now has 183 total yards on the season. Although, his 83-yard run in Week 1 against the Bills carries most of that production. While the snap totals are encouraging, Hall is best left on the bench in Week 4 against the Jets in, you guessed it, primetime.
  • LAC Wide Receiver #81
    Williams is scheduled to undergo an MRI to determine the severity of his injury, but things didn’t look good for the veteran receiver on Sunday. Williams struggled to put weight on his leg after going down and was eventually carted off to the locker room. Rookie receiver Quentin Johnston stepped in two passes for 25 yards and could be in line for a more significant role if Williams is out.
  • DEN Wide Receiver
    Mims will once again pop in the fantasy box score, but credit to Sean Payton for staying true to his word. Mims played on 16 snaps in Week 2 against the Commanders but caught 2-of-2 targets for 113 yards and a touchdown. Later in the week, Payton said he wouldn’t commit to giving Mims more snaps, and in a game his team lost 70-20, Payton ran his rookie receiver out for just 15 snaps on the day. Mims did score on a 99-yard kick return touchdown to bolster his fantasy day, but he’ll be hard to trust in fantasy until Payton realizes he’s sleeping on the team’s best receiver.


Broncos must 'shake things up' after historic loss
Mike Florio and Chris Simms share why the Dolphins’ historic win over the Broncos in Week 3 cements Miami's status as a Super Bowl contender and forces Denver to reevaluate things.

NBC Sports Podcasts

Premier League

Robbie Earle and Robbie Mustoe examine the current state of Chelsea following a 1-0 loss to Aston Villa, and debate over the team’s uncertain future under Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham passes away Arsenal test, Liverpool stays hot, and Newcastle scores how many?
Will Manchester City complete its quest for an unprecedented fourth-straight title?
Check out the Premier League fixtures and results for the 2023-24 season
SNF on NBC, Peacock
Peter King breaks down how C.J. Stroud has shown growth throughout the first three weeks of the season.
The Steelers found momentum early and plowed through the entire game to hold off a late push from the Raiders and earn a 23-18 win on SNF.
Jimmy Garoppolo slips a pass through to Davante Adams for the TD, giving the Raiders life in the fourth quarter against the Steelers.
Kenny Pickett threads a pass to Pat Freiermuth in the back left corner of the end zone to extend the Steelers’ lead to 23-7 late in the third quarter against the Raiders.
Maria Taylor, Mike Florio, Devin McCourty, Jason Garrett and Matthew Berry dive into Week 3, where the Dolphins nearly broke an NFL record, the Cardinals defeated the Cowboys and more.
Patrick Peterson joins the PSNFF crew to explain why there’s no where else he’d rather play, what makes Mike Tomlin ‘different,’ how Kenny Pickett has impressed him and more.
Levi Wallace, T.J. Watt and Kenny Pickett join Melissa Stark to reflect on the game-winning interception, explain why it was a collective team effort and share how the Steelers are finding their offensive identity.


Get an assist with your draft with the Rotoworld Basketball Draft Guide, which includes player rankings, positional tiers, projections, mock draft and much more!
Eric Samulski identifies pitchers making interesting changes for the final week of the MLB season
Lawrence Jackson breaks down how De’Von Achane and Tank Dell have been rookie sensations early in the season.
George Bissell breaks down meteoric rises for Evan Carter and Junior Caminero in the latest Pickups of the Day.


Two RFK Racing drivers capitalized on opportunities at Texas.
Relive one of NASCAR’s all-time rivalries as Richard Petty and David Pearson go head-to-head at the Daytona 500 in 1976.
Victory would have made Bubba Wallace the first driver in the Round of 8. Instead, William Byron won to move on in the playoffs.
Regular-season champion has his fourth consecutive woeful playoff performance.
The 44th Ryder Cup
Frequently asked questions about the Ryder Cup, which is being held this year at Marco Simone in Rome, Italy.
The 44th edition of the Ryder Cup is set for Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Marco Simone. Here’s a closer look at the U.S. team.
The 44th edition of the Ryder Cup is set for Sept. 29-Oct. 1 at Marco Simone. Here’s a closer look at the European team.
A breakdown of the match-play formats used in the Ryder Cup, which pits a team of 12 U.S. men vs. a team of 12 European-born men.
The Golf Central panel reacts to Luke Donald mentioning that he wants to start Friday with foursomes, something the European side hasn’t done on home soil since 1993, but Brandel Chamblee details why it could backfire.
Zach Johnson doesn’t think camaraderie and passion have been issues for U.S. Ryder Cup teams on European soil, but “times evolve,” and as a result of collaboration, they’ve found ways to be more efficient and effective.
Todd Lewis sifts through all of the travel logistics for U.S. and European Ryder Cup players arriving in Italy at Marco Simone Golf & Country Club.


The Seahawks have maintained a strong home field advantage over the years thanks to the gusto of the “12s” that fill the stands every game and those voices loomed large in Sunday’s 37-27 win over the Panthers.
Peter King unpacks key takeaways from Week 3 where C.J. Stroud, Jordan Love, Matt Gay and Josh Dobbs shined.
Saints running back Alvin Kamara can return from his three-game suspension and get to work with the team today.
It’s still early, but through three games, the Browns are playing like the best defense in the league.

2023 Rugby World Cup on Peacock

The best of the best are in action in France through October 28th for the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
See the full highlights from Wales and Australia’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
See the full highlights from Scotland and Tonga’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.
See the full highlights from South Africa and Ireland’s matchup at the 2023 Rugby World Cup.


Acuña became the fifth player in major league history to have at least 40 homers and 40 steals in the same year.
The five-time All-Star hit 62 home runs last season, breaking the previous American League record of 61 set by former Yankees slugger Roger Maris in 1961.
MLB evaluated each team’s clock operators during the regular season and said Friday it will select up to a dozen of the best performers for postseason games, which start Oct. 3.
The left-handed reliever spent the bulk of his career with Washington and the Oakland Athletics, earning All-Star honors in 2018.


Check out the best shots and moments from the third day of Solheim Cup action, where the U.S. and Europe go head-to-head in singles match play resulting in a thrilling finish for Europe.
Carlota Ciganda birdies the par-3 17th to defeat Nelly Korda and capture the 14th point for Team Europe, who retains the Solheim Cup.
Angel Yin birdies the par-3 hole No. 17, and Celine Boutier misses her birdie putt, winning the match for Team U.S. and earning a point at the Solheim Cup.
Team Europe’s Leona Maguire stayed hot on Sunday in Spain, battling back from an early deficit in her singles match against Team USA’s Rose Zhang during Day 3 of the 2023 Solheim Cup.
Leona Maguire put on a show during Sunday singles at the 2023 Solheim Cup with the highlight being a long-distance eagle bomb at the par-4 14th, set up by a stellar drive.
Check out the best shots and moments from the second day of Solheim Cup action, where the U.S. and Europe split foursomes but the Europeans won three of four four-ball matches to square things up heading into Sunday.
OSU tops Notre Dame
A clutch fourth-quarter drive led by Sam Hartman and a stellar Irish defensive performance fall just short against the Buckeyes, falling 17-14 on a last-second goal-line touchdown.
DeaMonte Trayanum scores a 1-yard touchdown up the middle as time expires to secure a thrilling walk-off victory for Ohio State over Notre Dame in South Bend.
Trailing by four points with just three seconds remaining, Ohio State’s DeaMonte Trayanum scores a walk-off touchdown to hand Notre Dame its first loss of the season as the Buckeyes remain unbeaten.
Look back on every pass attempt from Notre Dame QB Sam Hartman, who finished 17 of 25 with 175 yards and one touchdown in Notre Dame’s stunning Week 4 loss to Ohio State in South Bend.
An emotional Ryan Day gives credit to the physicality of QB Kyle McCord and the grittiness of his entire Ohio State team in the Buckeyes comeback win over Notre Dame in South Bend.
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord reflects on the team’s physical, exciting win over Notre Dame in South Bend and what he was thinking as he led the Buckeyes on a game-winning drive.
Ohio State QB Kyle McCord stepped up in a big way against Notre Dame, finishing 21 of 37 for 240 yards, including leading a game-winning drive as time expired.


No teams are under more pressure than the Bucks and 76ers.
Embiid can choose the USA, France or Cameroon, and the French have set an Oct. 10 deadline for him to decide.
Toronto the destination, and the Suns’ Ayton could be part of the deal.
The Clippers reportedly pulled out of talks for Harden and are going to camp with the guys they have.

College Football

Notre Dame will long wonder if it would have made a dramatic goal-line stop if it had played at full strength, but a last-second substitution mistake left the Irish shorthanded when it mattered most on Saturday night.
Taulia Tagovailoa threw for three touchdowns and ran for another, and Maryland’s defense forced five turnovers Saturday as the Terrapins beat Michigan State.
One of Notre Dame or Ohio State will leave tonight firmly entrenched in the College Football Playoff conversation. Which?
Notre Dame has lost five straight to Ohio State. What numbers could suggest the Irish will stop that streak tonight?


Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick handicap Monday night’s doubleheader, expecting Baker Mayfield to be ‘under extreme duress’ against the Eagles and Joe Burrow’s status against the Rams affecting the market on Bet the Edge.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick preview the Week 4 matchup between the Dolphins and Bills, discussing if Miami can continue it’s scorching start to the season or if Buffalo’s defense can keep them in check on Bet the Edge.
Brad Thomas is back with another DraftKings Sportsbook Same-Game Parlay for Sunday Night Football
The College Football Betting Team is back with another round of the Big Ten Betting Power Rankings

Brother From Another

Natalie, Kelsey Nicole Nelson and Terrika Foster-Brasby talk about the “Prime Effect” and how Deion Sanders being himself is making the Colorado Buffaloes “Black America’s team.”
Natalie, Kelsey Nicole Nelson and Terrika Foster-Brasby talk about A’ja Wilson’s upcoming book and the freedom of seeing other Black women being their genuine selves.
Terrika Foster-Brasby reveals who she voted to win WNBA Defensive Player of the Year and why she isn’t upset A’ja Wilson took home the award.
Terrika Foster-Brasby discusses her WNBA Most Improved Player choice and why it was one of the most difficult decisions this season.

Local coverage

Christian McCaffrey has been the best running back in the NFL so far this season.
It looks like there are no hard feelings between Justin Fields and Luke Getsy after a drama-filled week at Halas Hall.
A.J. Brown spoke about his sideline spat with Jalen Hurts for the first time on Thursday afternoon.
The talented Marlins GM boasts experience that Chaim Bloom lacked.


Williams suffered the injury during the third quarter of Sunday’s win over the Vikings.
After struggling mightily with his putter on Tour this year, Scheffler has someone new in his corner.
Peter King unpacks why De’Von Achane might’ve had the best offensive day in the grand history of the Miami Dolphins.
The Steelers are still not home from Sunday night’s game in Las Vegas after a travel nightmare, but they’re hoping to be home soon.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen is big and strong enough to fight for extra yardage when he runs, but that’s not what coach Sean McDermott wants him to do.