The NFC Championship Game between the Falcons and Packers on Sunday showcases two of the most high-powered offenses in the league, both led by MVP-worthy quarterbacks. Who has the edge? We have to give it to the birds. More»
When the Steelers go on the road to take on the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game on Sunday, there will be a lot more on the line for Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger than anyone else. Here's why. More»
While Kansas City Chiefs rookie Tyreek Hill is having a breakout season, his history of domestic violence cannot and should not be forgotten. Hill is getting a second chance and that's fine, but don't forget why he needs one. More»
While Pittsburgh's "Big Three" of Ben Roethlisberger, Le'Veon Bell and Antonio Brown get most of the attention, the Steelers' defense should not be overlooked. And they showed why in their dominant Wild Card round win over Miami. More»
Six NFL teams are looking to find a new head coach. But not all head coaching vacancies are equal -- for a myriad of reasons. Let's take a close look at which job would be the most desirable for those on the market. More»
The Oakland Raiders are going to the playoffs for the first time since the 2002-03 season, when they went to the Super Bowl. All it took was an organizational overhaul, great drafting and a competent head coach. Easy, right? More»
Tom Brady and the New England Patriots will have their hands full when they host the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. The Ravens' defense has been one of the best in the league, but upsetting the Pats in Foxborough is one tall task. More»
Revis Island doesn't seem to exist anymore. The New York Jets cornerback has been getting picked on and torched throughout the 2016 season. And the Jets are going to have to make a tough decision next year regarding his future. More»
The Steelers will give thanks that they probably don't have to face Andrew Luck in Indianapolis Thursday night. However, Pittsburgh has struggled on the road at times this season, and this is pretty much a must-win game. More»
The younger players in the NFL are starting to make an impact, and second-year quarterbacks Marcus Mariota and Jameis Winston are helping lead the charge. While their rookie years were expectedly rocky, both look much improved in 2016. More»
It seems like the NFL is having some issues with the officials and the amount of penalties being called. But are the officials affecting the on-the-field play as much as fans think? Has this year been any different from past seasons? More»
After suffering yet another knee injury, the Kansas City Chiefs placed their star running back Jamaal Charles on injured reserve. Now, not only is the soon-to-be 30-year-old's season in jeopardy, but his career is too. More»
This willful ignorance by the NFL and its member clubs, particularly in matters of domestic violence, has been startling and abhorrent, and the case of New York Giants kicker Josh Brown is showing that the NFL still hasn't learned anything. More»
The Dallas Cowboys are going to have a very tough decision to make soon. Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott is playing extremely well right now, but Tony Romo will soon be healthy enough to play. Should Dallas stick with Prescott? More»
The 49ers named Colin Kaepernick the starting quarterback for their Week 6 game against the Bills in Buffalo. But becoming the starting QB won't necessarily put a stop to the drama surrounding the polarizing signal-caller. More»
While not all touchdowns are scored from the red zone, the offense has to take care of business when it gets that close. Which teams are the best at red-zone efficiency through the first four weeks? Let's take a look. More»
Two teams that made the playoffs last season -- the Cincinnati Bengals and Arizona Cardinals -- were expected to continue their success during the 2016 season. But both have gotten off to bad starts. Is it time to panic? More»
Even if Washington sees long-term potential in Kirk Cousins under center, the franchise tag was a smart move. Cousins is struggling so far in 2016, his team is 0-2 and there are already rumblings of dissent in the locker room. More»
"High alert." That's what NFL senior vice president of officiating, Dean Blandino, said will be the order of the day for the refs when the Pittsburgh Steelers host the Cincinnati Bengals on Sunday. But is that really for the best? More»
Making his first regular-season start since December 2014, RGIII will likely be out until at least Week 10 after breaking the coracoid bone in his left, non-throwing shoulder in Sunday's 29-10 loss to the Eagles. It's another disappointing setback for the once-promising QB. More»
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