This week: the Bucs win the Super Bowl and have a boat parade, the Chiefs try to keep their ship afloat, and Russell Wilson and J.J. Watt make some waves.
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This week: Jared Goff gets traded, Aaron Rodgers gets a ride, and a backup offensive lineman gets a haircut. Also, there's a Super Bowl going on.
This week: the Chiefs and Bucs get ready for the Super Bowl, the Packers and Bills lament their losses, and Aaron Rodgers bares his soul.
It's championship week, which means everyone is looking back at the biggest plays in the divisional round (including Chad Henne's game-clinching performance for Kansas City) and looking forward to seeing who will play in Super Bowl LV.
This week: it's playoff time in both college football and the pros, which means it's time for physical beatings, poor decisions, regretful actions, and a whoooooole lot of gloating.
This week: Nate Sudfeld? Really?
This week: J.J. Watt calls out his teammates, Dabo Swinny calls out Ohio State, Philip Rivers calls out Father Time, Mike Zimmer calls out his own defense, Jim Schwartz calls out the Football Team, and the Oklahoma Sooners get crunk.
This week: Lamar Jackson has, um, cramps; Ben Roethlisberger throws himself under the (metaphorical) bus; Deshaun Watson rides a (literal) bus; J.J. Watt gets the munchies; Sean McVay watches TV; and we hear about the intense relationship between Sean Payton and his quarterbacks.
This week: Dez Bryant and Carson Wentz get varying degrees of bad news; Jalen Hurts gets some good news; Odell Beckham reflects on his time with the Giants; Travis Kelce gets Kansas City's victims confused; Anthony Lynn has a poor choice of words; Josh Allen ponders a move to Scranton; and Chad Johnson enjoys his retirement.
This week: a wide receiver plays quarterback for the Broncos; a woman plays kicker for the Commodores; the Steelers play badly in a Wednesday afternoon win; a fullback plays through some serious pain; and Baker Mayfield plays at being Ron Swanson.