Tony Reali and the national panel discuss the Titans' OT win over the Ravens, Taysom Hill's win in his Saints starting debut, Joe Burrow's season-ending knee injury and much more.
2020 ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/13L 16-13
- 9/17L 35-30
- 9/27T 23-23
- 10/4W 33-25
- 10/11L 27-3
- 10/18L 31-27
- 10/25L 37-34
- 11/1W 31-20
- 11/15L 36-10
- 11/22L 20-9
- 11/29h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/6h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/13h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/21h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- Full Schedule
Tua was benched and it looks like Burrow could be out longer than expected.
Host Laura Rutledge along with Mina Kimes, Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark discuss a busy Sunday in what has amounted to one of the strangest NFL seasons of all time. The injury bug continued to tackle the leagues biggest stars as Joe Burrow goes down for the year with a torn MCL and ACL, Mahomes shows who the real MVP is and is Tua's benching a sign of things to come or just a blip in the radar? The crew discusses all of that and much more, including the biggest MNF game of the year as Brady and the Bucs look to take down Aaron Donald and the Rams.
Dan, Domonique and Israel question the most impressive aspect of the Chiefs' big Sunday Night Football win and if the Bengals should have protected Joe Burrow better.
Bengals QB Joe Burrow tore his ACL and MCL and suffered other structural issues in his left knee Sunday, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter and Ben Baby.
The Bengals have catered all of their moves toward helping Burrow. That likely includes improving an inconsistent offensive line this offseason.
First Take debates if it's time to worry about Lamar, are the Steelers underrated or overrated and Stephen A, sounds off on the Cowboys.
Field, Stephania, Daniel and Kyle discuss the latest news around the league, recap Week 11 and preview Monday Night Football.
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour of the show wondering what will come of the Bengals after a injury to their star. Joe Burrow likely tore his ACL, and Carson Palmer joined the show to discuss. He thinks it could be a blessing in disguise because the Bengals are so inept across the board. Do we agree? Mike Carey joins the show to discuss the significance of the NFL rolling out the first all Black ref crew on Monday Night Football. Louis Riddick joins to prep us on the big matchup tonight, and what the Eagles should do with Carson Wentz.
Patrick Mahomes might be the top QB to be drafted since 2017, but 2021 prospect Trevor Lawrence ranks higher than you'd think.
Joe Burrow suffered an injury in a loss to Washington, and his rookie season is over. Jay Reynolds talks through the costly injury, and we hear from Mo Egger of ESPN 1530 in Cincinnati about whether Joe Burrow could still win Rookie of the Year
The top two picks of the 2020 NFL draft collided near the end zone Sunday, resulting in a Bengals fumble and a Washington recovery.
Former and current teammates were among those to offer their prayers and support after watching Joe Burrow being carted off the field with a left knee injury.
Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer
If that's indeed it for Joe Burrow in 2020, he finishes with 173.7 fantasy points. That's the eighth-most by any rookie quarterback in his team's first 10 games of a season (since 1950). Heck of a rookie year, especially considering his offensive line.
Bengals rookie QB Joe Burrow effectively ruled himself out for the rest of the season after being carted off the field Sunday, saying, "Can't get rid of me that easy. See ya next year" in a tweet.
Ben Baby ESPN Staff Writer
Bengals inactives for Sunday's game against Washington: WR Mike Thomas, OL Fred Johnson, OL B.J. Finney, OL Keaton Sutherland, K Austin Seibert.
The Washington defense should provide a strong test for Cincinnati's rookie quarterback.
The Cincinnati Bengals placed running back Joe Mixon on injured reserve Saturday.
In the last two drafts, the Bengals addressed pass protection and found a QB. Now they must find a pass-rusher, the biggest missing piece on defense.
Bengals wide receivers coach Bob Bicknell, cornerbacks coach Steve Jackson and safeties coach Robert Livingston will miss Sunday's road game at Washington.
Field, Matthew, Stephania and Daniel discuss the latest news around the league, recap Thursday Night Football and preview Week 11.