12 Feb 2016, 06:21pm by Vincent Verhei
Everyone wanted to talk about the quarterback who lost Super Bowl 50, and not the quarterback who won.
9 comments, Last at 23 Feb 2016, 7:32am by Bright Blue Shorts
12 Feb 2016, 04:14pm by Scott Kacsmar
This year's update to the playoff drive stats show that the football gods may have been on Peyton Manning's side this time. Also: Cam Newton and Alex Smith enter the mix, and why we should be comparing Andrew Luck to Dan Marino.
43 comments, Last at 17 Feb 2016, 9:26pm by Richie
11 Feb 2016, 11:43am by Ben Muth
An erratic but improving offensive line played a big part in Denver's championship win.
20 comments, Last at 24 Feb 2016, 8:53pm by tuluse
10 Feb 2016, 12:37pm by Andrew Healy and Sterling Xie
Andrew and Sterling recap Denver's win over Carolina and their takeaways for the 2015 season.
124 comments, Last at 01 Mar 2016, 6:26pm by RR0907
08 Feb 2016, 05:12pm by Scott Kacsmar
Denver's defense carried the team all season, and carried Peyton Manning right to a second Super Bowl ring in his worst season. Carolina's offense joins long list of postseason duds from the 500-point club.
113 comments, Last at 11 Feb 2016, 12:02pm by WeaponX
08 Feb 2016, 01:00pm by Vincent Verhei
Raise your hand if you don't care how bad Peyton Manning's numbers were so long as the Broncos won.
86 comments, Last at 11 Feb 2016, 8:49am by ChicagoRaider
08 Feb 2016, 02:09am by Andrew Potter
Von Miller and the Broncos defense put in a dominant show shutting down the league MVP and leading the Broncos to a championship.
489 comments, Last at 11 Mar 2016, 5:24pm by stanbrown
05 Feb 2016, 11:04am by Scott Kacsmar
The Giants and Ravens set a record in Super Bowl XXXV with 21 total punts. That record may well be in jeopardy. But in this battle of top defenses, Carolina's superior and more flexible offense gives the Panthers the edge.
43 comments, Last at 08 Feb 2016, 11:18am by Guest789
04 Feb 2016, 05:11pm by Scott Kacsmar
A look at the frailty of win-loss records in the playoffs, where a quarterback's legacy can swing on one play where he wasn't even involved. Includes a look at Ben Roethlisberger, Tom Brady, Aaron Rodgers, and Russell Wilson.
84 comments, Last at 24 May 2016, 7:53pm by NFLFan93