Monday Morning Jones

Elway's worst nightmare


So many mistakes by the Seahawks. So many questions after Texans-Patriots. And a GIF that says more about Colin Kaepernick than any of us could. It's the Monday Morning Jones.

No defense for Shanny


After sleeping on it, there's still no defending Mike Shanahan. In a week, the Ravens probably won't be able to defend Peyton Manning's offense. And Colin Kaepernick and Aaron Rodgers just want to...

The NFL's best worst quarterback


Same ol' Tony Romo. Same ol' Falcons and Texans. But there's a brand new NFL MVP, and Adrian Peterson will get another crack at the Packers next week. That and more in the Monday Morning Jones.

49ers in the Super Bowl? Bah! Humbug!


What looks worse after the weekend -- the 49ers' Super Bowl chances, DeMarcus Cousins' reputation or Tim Tebow's future? Merry Christmas from the Monday Morning Jones.

Are the Cowboys ... likable?


What was more surprising -- the Patriots trailing San Francisco 31-3, the Pats tying the score at 31, or seeing Josh Brent on the Cowboys sideline? Right, there's a lot to cover in this week's...

Do we still want Pacquiao-Mayweather?


Manny Pacquiao got knocked out, and we'd still watch him fight Floyd Mayweather. Robert Griffin III got hurt, and the Redskins still won. And the Jets can still go to the playoffs. Seriously. That...

Sports are terrific; Sports are tragic

The SEC Championship was the game of the year in college football. Sadly, it wasn't close to being the biggest story of the day, let alone the weekend. We've got both the terrific and the tragic in...

Onward to victory


Notre Dame did it. So did Colin Kaepernick. Alex Smith? He's just done. That, what the NFL should do with Ndamukong Suh and more in this week's Monday Morning Jones.

Tide with a title shot? Told you so


Andy Reid and Ron Rivera are done, the uncomfortable truth with Royce White, and wait -- that's all the NCAA could get on Shabazz? But first, the Monday Morning Jones needs to rub your faces in how...

Don't bury Bama


Don't bury Alabama. Don't crown Johnny Manziel. Don't be so sure Phil Jackson is the answer for the Lakers. And don't miss the rest of the big news from the weekend in the Monday Morning Jones.

Country's best team rolls


Tide! Ducks! Doug Martin! Mike Smith! Yes, Mike Smith gets an exclamation point in this week's Monday Morning Jones, which recaps the weekend that was in sports.

The improbable story of the Giants


The Giants won it all. The other Giants won at Jerryworld again. And someone won the James Harden trade, but not who you think. That and more in the Monday Morning Jones.

Ravens we know are never more


The Ravens looked awful in Houston. The Patriots looked about as good as the Jets. That doesn't bode well for the AFC, but gives plenty to talk about in the Monday Morning Jones.

This week's question about Peyton Manning


The Monday Morning Jones covers Manning, the Steelers' stand in Week 5 and more.

Choking in Chicago


The U.S. team fell apart in the Ryder Cup. The Eagles held it together. And the Jets? It actually got worse. Let's wrap the weekend with the Monday Morning Jones.

What if Peyton is just average?


Will Peyton Manning get better? Can the replacement officials get any worse? And is this the week before it starts coming apart for the Jets? Those questions answered -- and more -- in the new...

Bigger Than Bolt: Jamaican Track Is The Story Of The 2012 Olympics

The Summer Olympics have ended, and most people have missed what's really the big story. That, Rory McIlroy's weekend at Kiawah Island and the end of Chad Johnson's career (?) in today's Monday...

Michael Phelps, Usain Bolt And The Greatest Olympian Ever

Michael Phelps and Usain Bolt are two of the most dominant Olympians ever. Is either the greatest Olympian of all-time? Time to answer everything from the weekend, except that, in the Monday...

Michael Phelps Is No Longer The Best, And That's Fine

The Summer Olympics are here, just in time for Michael Phelps and NBC to disappoint America. Everyone needs to get over both. That and more in this week's Monday Morning Jones.

The NCAA's thirst for blood

A four-year bowl ban, a $60 million fine, and 14 years of vacated wins leaves Penn State a ruined football program. The NCAA had the rare opportunity to rain punishment on a team, writes Bomani...

Joe Paterno Earned That Statue

Joe Paterno was treated like a deity, but he was never perfect, even before the Jerry Sandusky scandal. Still, he deserves that statue on Penn State's campus. Bomani explains that and more in this...


The Dwight Howard Debacle May Finally Be Over

In case you forgot, Serena Williams is the best female tennis player in the world. Roger Federer's on top again. And Chael Sonnen...he just got his behind kicked. That and the rest of the weekend...

All Things, Good And Bad, Come To An End


R.A. Dickey's scoreless innings streak is over, as is LeBron James' championship drought. More importantly, so is the Jerry Sandusky trial. All that and more in this week's Monday Morning Jones.


It's The Heat's Turn To Look Unstoppable

Remember when the Thunder looked unbeatable in the NBA Finals ... after one game? One more loss for Oklahoma City, and the Miami Heat will be impossible to beat. That, and much more in the Monday...


Crown The King: LeBron James Will Win His First NBA Title

Why Miami will win the NBA Finals, why everything will change for Kevin Durant win or lose, and why I enjoyed the travesty that was Pacquiao-Bradley. Time for the Monday Morning Jones.


Who's To Blame For Miami Heat Losing? Everyone

Whose fault was it that the Heat didn't pull out a win against the Celtics on Sunday? Just about everyone's. That, Spurs-Thunder, Tiger's "back" (again) and more in this week's Monday Morning Jones.

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