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Is Andrew Luck better than Peyton Manning?

November 9, 2015

Max Kellerman says "it's obvious." Marcellus Wiley disagrees.

What say you?

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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.

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With the NBA preseason nearly done but still time to kill before the first official tipoff, NBA players are now turning their minds to the important questions.


Our money would be on the 37-year-old German, whose sport forces him to run more than the 39-year-old Denver Broncos quarterback.

And we just might get to find out! Or at least Chandler Parsons and Von Miller are trying to make it so:

H/T SB Nation

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After a critical Boston Magazine article about his trainer, Alex Guerrero, was published last week, Tom Brady appeared on local radio and responded, giving a lengthy defense of Guerrero's techniques.

As part of that defense, Brady advocated for an alternative approach to nutrition and training. (You can read a full recap on WEEI's website.) And Brady disagreed with the things many Americans eat and drink.

"That's not the way our food system in America is set up," Brady said of his own approach. "It's very different. They have a food pyramid. And I disagree with that. I disagree with a lot of things that people tell you to do. You'll probably go out and drink Coca-Cola and think, 'Oh yeah, that's no problem.' Why? Because they pay lots of money for advertisements [so you] think that you should drink Coca-Cola for a living. No, I totally disagree with that. And when people do that, I think that's quackery. And the fact that they can sell that to kids? I mean, that's poison for kids. But they keep doing it. And obviously you guys may not have a comment on that, because maybe that's what your belief system is. So you do whatever you want, you live the life you want."

Coca-Cola's response, per Fox Business: "All of our beverages are safe and can be enjoyed as part of a balanced lifestyle. ... We offer more than 200 low and nocalorie beverages in the U.S. and Canada and a wide variety of smaller portion sizes of our regular drinks. As a responsible beverage company and marketer, we prominently provide calorie and sugar information for our beverages so people can choose what makes sense for them and their families."

Brady also went after Frosted Flakes -- "[Americans] believe that Frosted Flakes is a food," he said -- and Fox Business had Kellogg's' response.

H/T WEEI / CBS Sports

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One day after his brother, Martellus Bennett, made a rather outlandish comment about Jay Cutler, Seattle Seahawks defensive end Michael Bennett might have one-upped him.

After his team's controversial win over the Detroit Lions, Bennett went in on opposing quarterback Matthew Stafford ... in a rather odd way.

Now, we've heard quite a few JFK conspiracy theories over the years, but bringing in someone who was nearly 25 years from being born is a new one.

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