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SI Fantasy Plus

Rookies Reconsidered

Why first-round wideouts have a hard time catching on

By Adam Duerson

Start 'Em

WE LIKE THE MATCHUP

By David Sabino

Sit 'Em

WE DON'T LIKE THE MATCHUP

By David Sabino

Intelligence Report

By David Sabino

SI Players: LIFE ON AND OFF THE FIELD

SKATE AMERICA

Bling Dynasty

A new book examines the messages black athletes send

By Farrell Evans

Q&A Faith Hill

By Richard Deitsch

An Embarrassment of Riches

Tracks go empty, but check out horse racing's bottom line: It ain't hay

By Mark Beech

Reggie Wayne ... Colts Crusader

As told to Lisa Altobelli

WHO'S Hot / WHO'S Not

For the Record

By Pablo S. Torre

The Bronx Is Churning

By Jon Heyman

How Vinny Got Back in the Game

At 43, the Panthers' Testaverde has altered his legendary workout regimen

By Caitlin Moscatello

In a Year of QB Turmoil, Some Backups Still Wait

By Ben Reiter

The Jay Cutlers

A QB and a bodybuilder share a name

By Adam Duerson

The Beat

By Adam Duerson

Week Ahead

What to watch and watch for

By Sarah Kwak

Faces in the Crowd

Update

Native American mascots

By Pablo S. Torre

WORLD SERIES

Party's Just Beginning

By pouring it on the Rockies, the Red Sox confirmed that they were baseball's best team in 2007—and thanks to the relentless scouting and player development program showcased in Boston's World Series sweep, the bash, it appears, just might last for years to come

By Tom Verducci

Fire Up the Hot Stove

Even with A-Rod, the free-agent class is thin, which means this winter's trade talk could be scorching

By Joe Sheehan, Baseball Prospectus

PRO FOOTBALL

Super Bowl XLI 1/2

It's the biggest game of the season—again. But this time, after losing three straight to Indianapolis, New England looks too hot to handle

By Paul Zimmerman

This One's For Hep

Ben Roethlisberger and Terry Hoeppner vowed to come back together from injury and illness. One didn't make it. Now the Steelers quarterback is playing to honor his old coach and compatriot

By Lee Jenkins

COLLEGE FOOTBALL

Duck Season

Move over, USC. The team to beat in the Pac-10 is Oregon, which employed its spread offense and the dynamic duo of Dennis Dixon and Jonathan Stewart to vanquish the Trojans

By Austin Murphy

Surprise, Surprise!

Arizona State heads to Oregon this Saturday undefeated and full of confidence after a dominating victory over Cal

By Phil Taylor

Features

No Finish Line

His heart once powered him to a world's best in the marathon. On June 30 it stopped for 14 minutes. Now Alberto Salazar knows that life is the only long run that really matters

By Alexander Wolff

Inside

Inside: The Week In Sports

College Football

By Ben Reiter

High School Football

By Joe Lemire

The NFL

By Jim Trotter

King's Corner

By Peter King

Dr. Z's Forecast

By Paul Zimmerman

NASCAR

By Lars Anderson

The NBA

By Chris Mannix

Life of Reilly

Special Delivery Of a Letter

By Rick Reilly

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