The pros and cons of one of Thanksgiving's more controversial side dishes.
The Week in Quotes
The rich get richer this week as the Rams' All-Pro defensive tackle invites their new edge rusher and wide receiver to join the fun.
This week: Brian Burns has a problem with Mac Jones, Cassius Marsh has a problem with Tony Corrente, and A.J. Brown has a problem with Jalen Ramsey.
Our recap of the week in quotes begins with the fallout of the Von Miller trade.
This week, Tom Brady and Peyton Manning discuss leverage and negotiation; Mike Tomlin discusses L.A. job prospects; Sean McVay discusses running back rehab; Mike Leach discusses sugary sweets; and Kyle Shanahan and Pete Carroll discuss starting quarterbacks.
This week: pottymouth in Green Bay; constructive criticism in Detroit; mourning in Houston; and a fishy smell in New York.
This week: Patrick Mahomes vs. his own defense, Urban Meyer vs. Trevor Lawrence, and Penn State vs. the Iowa fans. Plus more from the Chargers on fourth downs, and Saquon Barkley and T.Y. Hilton discuss their injuries.
This week, in an all-timer edition of TWIQ: the Jaguars react to Urban Meyer's social life; Vic Fangio questions John Harbaugh's character; Joey Bosa questions the officials' vision AND Derek Carr's courage; Lamar Jackson talks about his ass; Isaiah McKenzie refuses to give up sex; and Jabrill Peppers gets very excited about a coin flip.
This week: the world prepares for a Brady-Belichick reunion; Matt Nagy mourns a loss while Kyler Murray celebrates a win; Derek Carr talks about his home away from home; Jalen Hurts goes way into TMI territory; and the Manning Brothers talk football.
This week: Aaron Jones leaves it on the field—literally; Matt Nagy plays coy when discussing quarterback plans; Jared Goff is loving Detroit; Tom Brady talks about a changing league landscape; and Daniel Carlson trades a real-life victory for a loss in his fantasy league.