02 Jan 2015, 05:10pm by Scott Kacsmar
Wild-card weekend kicks off with a matchup featuring two of the worst playoff teams you'll ever see. Old rivals then face off once more that night.
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26 Dec 2014, 04:11pm by Aaron Schatz
The FO crew previews three games in the final week of the season with critical playoff implications: Bengals-Steelers, Lions-Packers, and Panthers-Falcons.
9 comments, Last at 28 Dec 2014, 5:47pm by LionInAZ
21 Dec 2014, 07:22pm by Scott Kacsmar
Maybe the Bengals are a paper tiger, but are they really that bad in prime time games? Is Peyton Manning struggling in Denver's new offense? We detail the Monday night clash.
17 comments, Last at 23 Dec 2014, 11:02pm by intel_chris
06 Dec 2014, 01:29pm by Andrew Healy
In a battle of two teams with flawed defenses, Mark Sanchez might lack the tools to exploit Seattle's weaknesses, while Russell Wilson could be a big headache for the Eagles.
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16 Nov 2014, 10:38am by Andrew Healy
The quarterbacks will get most of the headlines, but the game could hinge on New England's tight end.
12 comments, Last at 18 Nov 2014, 6:18pm by JonFrum
02 Nov 2014, 10:34am by Scott Kacsmar
Brady-Manning XVI: the biggest game in the AFC this year. Denver has juggernaut potential as a complete team, but the Patriots have the crucial home-field advantage in Week 9.
34 comments, Last at 03 Nov 2014, 3:34am by Jerry
31 Jan 2014, 02:11am by Aaron Schatz
Denver's offense vs. Seattle's defense is a legendary matchup for the ages. But Seattle's offense vs. Denver's defense is the matchup that will probably decide this game, and the Seahawks have the advantage of being better and healthier.
77 comments, Last at 04 Feb 2014, 11:24am by The Ancient Mariner
17 Jan 2014, 06:50pm by Aaron Schatz
The secret to this year's NFC Championship game is that the Seattle defense played like more than the sum of its parts this year ... and the San Francisco defense played like a bit less than the sum of its parts.
45 comments, Last at 22 Jan 2014, 3:58pm by LionInAZ
17 Jan 2014, 02:06pm by Rivers McCown
Two men enter, then 90 other men follow them. But the most important storyline for this game does not concern who is on the field, but who is not.
53 comments, Last at 27 Jan 2014, 2:07am by HArvey
10 Jan 2014, 08:58pm by Aaron Schatz
In Seattle Saturday afternoon, everything is coming up Seahawks except recent playoff history. For Carolina's rematch with San Francisco, the difference may be the players who didn't get on the field nine weeks ago.
35 comments, Last at 15 Jan 2014, 5:33pm by KamMoye