The Dallas Cowboys are 2-5, but they've been missing some key players -- perhaps none more important than Tony Romo.
Does that mean the quarterback's return -- he's eligible to play Nov. 22 -- will make a big difference for Dallas? Despite their poor record, they are only 1.5 games behind the 4-4 New York Giants.
SportsNation hosts Marcellus Wiley and Max Kellerman discussed the issue on today's show. Now it's your turn to decide.
Saunders, the team's former head coach and president of basketball operations, died late last month from Hodgkin lymphoma. Since then, there has been an outpouring of support for the Wolves and for Saunders, who was beloved throughout the league.
Before the Lakers-Timberwolves season opener, each team wore warm-up shirts honoring Saunders.
Monday afternoon, the Timberwolves tweeted a photo of the patch they will wear on their jerseys for the rest of their season:Karl-Anthony Towns, who has put up double-doubles in each of the first two games of his career.
Shortly after Sunday night became Monday morning in Queens, the Kansas City Royals outlasted the New York Mets 7-2 in extra innings to win their first World Series in 30 years.
They did it with exactly the kind of stunning, late-game heroics they've somehow made routine, and for years to come, Kansas City fans will always have 2015.
Just like 1985, the most recent year the Royals hoisted the Commissioner's Trophy.
Don't take Bowling For Soup's word for it. Here's what the world was like in sports and pop culture in 1985.
• The Royals beat the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 7 on Oct. 27, 1985, the same day the Yankees fired manager Billy Martin for the fourth time. The 300th day of the year also saw Grete Waitz win the 15th NYC Women's Marathon, while Orlando Pizzolato won the men's race.
• Elsewhere in the Midwest, the Chicago Bears pummeled the Minnesota Vikings 27-9 at Soldier Field to move to 8-0. They'd finish the regular season 15-1 before cruising through the playoffs to a Super Bowl title.
• The No. 1 song in America was "Part-Time Lover" by Stevie Wonder, and it's just as smooth and sensual as you remember. "Take On Me" by a-ha was also burning up the charts. Who knows when the Royals will win another World Series, but when they do, do you think anyone will write a remembrance piece on "Hotline Bling"?
• The No. 1 movie in America was "Jagged Edge," starring Glenn Close and Jeff Bridges. The crime/mystery thriller didn't rule the box office for long, though. It couldn't keep pace with "Back To The Future" and "The Goonies," the No. 1 and No. 2 highest grossing movies of 1985, respectively. The 1985 Academy Award for Best Picture was won by "Out of Africa."
• It cost about $1.20 per gallon to gas up your Camaro.
• The hottest toy on the market was the Nintendo Entertainment System, which launched as a home video-game console in the United States on Oct. 18. It would be another three years or so before you could play "Major League Baseball" (complete with real MLB teams!) on your NES.
• A new comic strip called "Calvin and Hobbes" was less than a month from debuting in 35 newspapers across the United States.
• Finally, even though it wouldn't come out for another year, "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" featured a game between the Braves and Cubs on June 5, 1985, at Wrigley Field.
Ferris was right: Life moves pretty fast.
It's no secret there has been some drama between the Los Angeles Clippers and the Dallas Mavericks franchises lately.
If you followed along during the NBA offseason, you know that they played a game of tug-of-war over a certain DeAndre Jordan.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban hasn't made an effort to hide his displeasure over the matter. On Thursday night, he seized the opportunity to set the record straight, saying:
"I mean, I don't hate the Clippers ... I just don't give a s--- about the Clippers."
But lucky for us, the Kiss Cam doesn't discriminate:
So this just happened on the Kiss Cam = https://t.co/BHFiOLg5lY— LA Clippers (@LAClippers) October 30, 2015
Nothing to see here, just a few NBA owners forced to "kiss and make up."
Halloween is almost here, and if you're like most of us, you've waited until the last possible second to come up with a costume. But have no fear, we've got all of the ideas you'll need to make sure your outfit is on point.
1. LeBron James' headband
All you have to do to achieve this look is wear all white and brag to anyone and everyone around you that LeBron shoots better while wearing you.
2. Jim Harbaugh
Have a pair of khaki pants, a hat and a navy shirt? Boom. You're the head coach of the Michigan Wolverines.
3. Michael Jordan's crying face
It's been made a famous meme, so why not make it a Halloween costume? Print out M.J.'s sad face and make a mask ... or just look really sad all night.
4. Bill Belichick
All you need to dress like the head coach of the Super Bowl champs is a hoodie with the sleeves cut off and some sweatpants. Bonus points if you make jokes about "Snapface" and "InstantFace."
5. Luis Suarez vampire
It's no secret that Luis Suarez bites people on occasion. So throw on a jersey and a pair of cheap vampire teeth.
6. Mini Jose Bautista
Mini Bautista is one of the easiest options. Color on a beard -- hopefully with a washable marker -- and wear a royal blue shirt.
7. Michael Phelps
Speedo. Shower cap. Done.
8. Brandi Chastain
All this look requires is a black sports bra and white shorts, with a shirt in your hand, of course.
9. Sad Michigan fan
You really don't have to wear anything special for this one. Just look distraught and put your hands on your head.
10. Dwight Howard
Make a cape, throw on some sneakers and you'll look just like Superman, er, Dwight Howard.