The best weekend in football has arrived: the NFL Divisional Playoffs begin on Saturday in Green Bay.
Super Wild Card Weekend is behind us and it’s full steam ahead for the NFL Divisional Round beginning on Saturday.
The Cleveland Browns dished out a fresh slice of humble pie to the AFC North champion Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday in a 48-37 win to cap Super Wild Card weekend.
Super Wild Card Weekend finished up with a pair of NFC wild card games as the Los Angeles Rams (surprise, surprise) and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers advanced to the NFC Divisional playoffs next weekend.
The Buffalo Bills survived a bad sack, costly late-game officiating, and a last-minute Colts drive to earn their first playoff win since 1995 in a 27-24 win over the Indianapolis Colts to open play on Super Wild Card Weekend.
New York Giants head coach Joe Judge is not pleased with the efforts of the Philadelphia Eagles during their 20-14 loss on Sunday Night Football to the Washington Football Team that gave the latter the NFC East title.
The Road to Super Bowl LV in Tampa, Florida begins on Saturday. The NFL formally announced the schedule for what is now being dubbed as “Super Wild Card Weekend” due to the additional wild card team in each conference.
Heading into Week 17, we don’t know much about the NFL’s playoff picture except for what is happening at the top of the AFC. The Kansas City Chiefs have home-field advantage throughout the AFC playoffs.
Tom Brady is a lot of things including proud, successful, and the most accomplished quarterback in NFL history. Yet, we learned once again on Tuesday that he is pretty adept at social media.
Tonight seemed to be a perfunctory edition of Monday Night Football. After two losses, the previously 11-0 Pittsburgh Steelers would take care of business by handling the Cincinnati Bengals and their third-string quarterback, Ryan Finley.