Wisconsin teams

KJZ Hour 3: An Unbelievable Comeback

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!

The CFB Pod: The guys look back at Alabama-Georgia and all of the Week 7 action. Plus, what to expect in the Big Ten's opening weekend

Herbie, Pollack and Negandhi kick off the podcast discussing Alabama’s win over Georgia, Mac Jones flying under the radar, Steve Sarkisian changing up the Tide’s offense, why defense no longer wins championship, if Stetson Bennett IV should remain the starter in Athens, Clemson dropping 73 against Georgia Tech, and what to expect from Penn State, Ohio State and Michigan in the Big Ten’s opening weekend.

PTI: Brady Beats Rodgers

Tony Kornheiser and Michael Wilbon discuss Aaron Rodgers' poor performance against Tampa Bay, the Patriots having a sub-.500 record, the Dodgers advancing to the World Series and much more.

The Max Kellerman Show Hour 1: Bucs Defense Slows Down Rodgers

Brady didn't have a big game but Max gives him credit You've got to get Odell away from Baker Mayfield...They're wasting his prime years Max says trade Odell to the Packers Marcus Spears believes Baker Mayfield is average to below average Max explains why you couldn't have scored the fight for Lomochenko No Doubt; It's a World Series Title or Bust for the Dodgers

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.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs hit Aaron Rodgers 13 times on Sunday and coach Matt LaFleur said Rodgers is "definitely a little bit sore today but I don't see anything too significant going forward." He also still doesn't understand why the flag for hitting Rodgers at the goal line was picked up and intends to get clarification from the league.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Matt LaFleur's message to the team after Sunday's 38-10 loss to the Bucs: "You can't allow one loss to become two."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Early indication on Tyler Lancaster's shoulder injury is that it's not long-term. More tests to evaluate but Packers believe it's not serious.

J&J: Aaron Rodgers Struggles, World Series Is Set

Spend your afternoon with Jalen & Jacoby as the guys discuss the Bucs shutting down Aaron Rodgers, Derrick Henry’s case for MVP, the Steelers crushing the Browns, the Dodgers advancing to the World Series and Jalen’s Lions actually winning a game. Plus, is Trevor Lawrence the greatest college QB ever? All that and more on J&J.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Lots of a$$-kicking talk today around Lambeau. When asked how you bouce back, OL Billy Turner said: "When you get your ass kicked, don't get your ass kicked the next week."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Kenny Clark got right to the point: "It was good that we got our ass kicked," the Packers DT said, stressing that they also need to understand "everything that got us to this point."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Couple of leftover factoids from the Packers' 38-10 loss at Tampa Bay: It was tied for the third-largest margin of victory in NFL history against a team that entered 4-0 or better. The Packers are 0-2 coming off of a bye under Matt LaFleur. They lost those games by a combined score of 75-18. (They are 17-2 and have outscored opponents by 143 points in all other regular-season games.)