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Dan UgglaMarc Serota/Getty ImagesDan Uggla hit safely in 33 straight, impressing Colin. How tough will it be to break DiMaggio's record?

Colin Cowherd isn't a fan of the NFL moving its kickoff to the 35-yard-line. Returning kicks are a part of the game. They are important and strategic. Plus, Colin is amazed Dan Uggla hit in 33 straight. Listen

ESPN NFL Insider John Clayton says the Cardinals are happy with QB Kevin Kolb. The Jags and Lions have added some quality pieces. Clayton says Cam Newton has impressed in Carolina and should start. And the latest on Mark Sanchez. Listen

Texans GM Rick Smith discusses expectations for Houston and QB Matt Schaub this season. He had no hesitation bringing in Wade Phillips to coach the defense. And he disagrees with Colin about Gary Kubiak being on the hot seat. Listen

ESPN's Matthew Berry talks fantasy football with Colin, saying Percy Harvin is a sleeper this year and Donovan McNabb will improve his numbers. He discusses the Falcons wide receivers and Julio Jones' fantasy value. Listen

ESPN MLB analyst Curt Schilling says judging a pitcher when he is coming up through the minors is one of the hardest things to do. Schilling thinks Joe DiMaggio's hitting streak will be one of the hardest records to break. Listen

Spanning the Globe covers college football (Texas A&M/SEC), New York (Jets on MNF/Giants) and MLB (Dan Uggla hit streak/Carlos Zambrano). Listen

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