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Shannon Sharpe: I give the Steelers credit for winning in Buffalo, but I don’t buy them as a playoff team yet I UNDISPUTED

It was a defensive slugfest in Buffalo for three quarters despite two marquee quarterbacks in action. That was until Ben Roethlisberger and the Pittsburgh Steelers scored 17 in the fourth quarter to secure a 23-16 win. Afterwards, Big Ben said quote: ‘I’m proud of the guys because they didn’t blink. They stood up in the face of not playing well early.’ Shannon Sharpe explains why he is ‘not buying the Steelers as a playoff team’ despite the big win.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:36

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Shannon Sharpe: Zach Wilson is extremely arm-talented, but I don’t know if he’s in the Mahomes’ stratosphere I UNDISPUTED

Zach Wilson has impressed for the New York Jets this preseason and the rest of the NFL is taking notice. Tony Romo said that Wilson is going to be in the discussion as one of the league’s top three-to-five quarterbacks very quickly, and even says the rookie has Patrick Mahomes-like potential. Hear what Skip Bayless and Shannon Sharpe have to say about the young New York Jets’ QB.

2 HOURS AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・1:20

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Skip Bayless: The 76ers have burned themselves; I don’t blame Ben Simmons for being done with them I UNDISPUTED

Ben Simmons has reportedly told the Philadelphia’s front office that he no longer wants to be a 76er and he does not intend to report to training camp. According to a Western Conference executive, the all-star point guard has eyes on three California teams as a possible destination. Skip Bayless explains how the ’76ers burned themselves’ and why he doesn’t blame Rich Paul or Simmons for wanting out.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:52

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Colin Cowherd thinks either Cam Newton or Mac Jones could start in New England: ‘I don’t think it matters’ I THE HERD

Colin Cowherd doesn’t think it’ll matter whether rookie quarterback Mac Jones or former MVP Cam Newton starts for the New England Patriots this season. Both are talented enough in Colin’s opinion to win 10 or 11 games. Watch as Colin draws parallels between the current Patriots roster and their previous Super Bowl teams, and why he thinks both Cam and Mac could each meet the need for New England’s current situation.

AN HOUR AGO・The Herd with Colin Cowherd・5:29

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Nick Wright on Ben Simmons report: I don’t mind his approach with the 76ers; that’s what agents are for I FIRST THINGS FIRST

The Ben Simmons story has gone from good to relatively ugly. Once a cornerstone for the Philadelphia 76ers, Simmons is now rumored to be clocked out. The latest report from Bleacher Report’s Jason Dumas is that quote: ‘He’s open to the California teams is what I’ve been told. Joel Embiid has reached out to him several times since the end of the season. He hasn’t returned his calls..’Nick Wright explains why he has no problem with Simmons telling the 76ers to call his agent Rich Paul for these talks.

2 HOURS AGO・First Things First・2:03

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Nick Wright: The Colts need to focus on winning; we don’t know if Carson Wentz will be available I FIRST THINGS FIRST

Carson Wentz is out for 5-12 weeks after undergoing foot surgery, so now what do the Indianapolis Colts do? Nick Foles’ name keeps popping up in rumors and there’s quite a bit of history between the two quarterbacks, dating back to the Philadelphia Eagles’ Super Bowl victory run. Yesterday, Colts’ head coach Frank Reich was asked about the possibility of a reunion. He responds by saying quote: ‘This is Carson’s team. He’s our quarterback, we’re so excited about having him. I think Nick Foles is a great player and teammate, but plays for the Chicago Bears.’ Nick Wright explains why the Colts need to focus on winning right now regardless of Wentz’s status.

AN HOUR AGO・First Things First・2:18

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Skip Bayless: Conor McGregor wants to win UFC 264, but I don’t like his chances of beating Dustin Poirier I UNDISPUTED

Conor McGregor is set to fight Dustin Poirier in a trilogy bout in UFC 264 this weekend. He is looking to avenge a second-round TKO loss to his rival in January. Dana White has said that beating the #1 lightweight contender on Saturday would cause McGregor to quote ‘go down as one of the greatest of all-time.’ The UFC President went on the Herd yesterday and spoke about Conor’s mindset, saying quote ‘There’s no secret that Conor has made tons of money… this kid does things that only 1% of the world can do.. is he hungry enough this Saturday to make another title run? That’s the narrative of this fight.’ Skip Bayless explains why he feels McGregor will unlikely beat Poirier despite his itch to win.

28 MINUTES AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:11

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Emmanuel Acho: KD can’t be compared to Michael Jordan when his gifts don’t match his accomplishments I SPEAK FOR YOURSELF

There is another debate in the NBA world, this time about gifted talent and skills. Scottie Pippen threw shade at Kevin Durant recently, saying that he has not yet reached LeBron James’ level. On the other hand, KD’s former coach Steve Kerr did the exact opposite, when compared him to his former Chicago Bulls’ teammate Michael Jordan. He said quote ‘I think he’s more gifted. Kevin is an entirely different breed; 6’11 with guard skills, unlimited three-point range, passing, shot blocking at the rim, it’s just stunning.’ Emmanuel Acho explains why KD can’t be more gifted than Jordan due to the mental aspect of it.

AN HOUR AGO・Speak For Yourself・1:44

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Nick Wright: I don’t know if Clippers have enough gas to defeat Suns with Chris Paul’s return ‘ FIRST THINGS FIRST

Chris Paul is ‘probable’ to return in time for Game 3 of the Western Conference Finals. The Phoenix Suns have made it to 2-0 against the Los Angeles Clippers without CP3, and with Kawhi Leonard still out with a knee injury, Nick Wright wonders if Paul’s return will finally be the nail in the Clippers coffin. Hear why he thinks Paul George and the Clippers might be out of gas going into Game 3.

2 HOURS AGO・First Things First・2:31

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Shannon Sharpe: I don’t think one year of Stan Van Gundy was enough nor was he to blame in New Orleans I UNDISPUTED

The New Orleans Pelicans made a bit of surprising news yesterday as they parted ways with head coach Stan Van Gundy. He only coached the Zion Williamson-led team for just one season as they failed to make the playoffs and even play-in tournament at 31-41. New Orleans now enters another offseason looking for the right candidate to coach their young team led by the All-Star. Shannon Sharpe explains why firing Van Gundy was the wrong move.

AN HOUR AGO・Skip and Shannon: Undisputed・2:25

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