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FROM THE rise of Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes to the firing of long-time Packers coach Mike McCarthy, The MMQB senior writer Albert Breer (left), former Pro Bowl linebacker Bart Scott (right) and Andrew Perloff (The Dan Patrick Show, longtime SI contributor) examine the biggest headlines from around the NFL every week on The MMQB TV. Breer's reporting delivers news straight from the players, coaches and franchise personnel who make it. Perloff, the show's resident football nerd, takes a more analytical view. And Bart Scott brings knowledge of the game directly from his 11 seasons with the Ravens and Jets. "Our football debates get so heated, they spill into the break every show," says Perloff. "More often than not, we don't agree. Albert has an ability to synthesize all the information he hears and apply it to what's happening on the field—like when he told us a month ago that the Cowboys' changing their offensive line coach would transform their season. And Bart is so passionate about the X's and O's. He could barely stay in his seat talking about how Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson puts pressure on the defense's linebackers and why Baltimore should stick with him through the rest of the season."


After a search process that lasted nearly 14 months, U.S. soccer announced on Dec. 4 that Gregg Berhalter (below) would be the new men's national team coach. Berhalter, 45, sat down with the hosts of Planet Fútbol TV—Grant Wahl and Luis Miguel Echegaray—to talk about his vision for the team. Tune in to Planet Fútbol every week for news, analysis and everything you need to know about the world's most popular sport.


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