The Steelers and Seahawks pull off great road escapes. How accountable should Marvin Lewis be for the Cincinnati meltdown? Did Blair Walsh have the worst miss in playoff history with the game on the line?
Season review time. Peyton Manning's unlikely comeback highlights a dozen close finishes in Week 17. Also: New England's bizarre Miami trip, the NFC North title no one wanted to win, Derek Carr's slump, and the most Ryan Fitzpatrick game ever.
13 comments, Last at 06 Jan 2016, 07:17pm by Noah Arkadia
Bill Belichick kicked off in overtime again, but why wouldn't you? Also: Bengals-Broncos have their own OT finish, Carolina stopped at 14-0, and why can't Mike Tomlin get the Steelers to care about the little games?
9 comments, Last at 30 Dec 2015, 09:55am by xxbigkidxx
Ben Roethlisberger led the Steelers to the biggest comeback win of his career against NFL's best defense. Also: Giants nearly take down another unbeaten, a useful Brandon Weeden, ugly Packers, and the weakest 4QC attempt in five years.
1 comment, Last at 22 Dec 2015, 11:09pm by techvet
Eli Manning shreds Miami in one of his best games to close a week with one 4QC. Also: Oakland stuns Denver, Cousins loses his mind, Chargers can't score, Tampa Bay's self-inflicted wounds, and Buffalo is one loss closer to 16 seasons without the playoffs.
17 comments, Last at 19 Dec 2015, 05:36am by Andrew Potter
The Vikings were a spin away from OT in Arizona. See how an ugly GWD became a milestone for Carson Palmer and how "All Day" turned into "One Drive" for Adrian Peterson. Plus: which director can best capture the sadness of Matt Kalil?
Cam Newton continues Carolina's historic turnaround in close-game success. Three wild QB runs pay off, while three return scores end a 94-game streak for the Patriots. Also: did Tom Coughlin lose another battle for the fourth-down revolution?
3 comments, Last at 09 Dec 2015, 04:40am by Scott Kacsmar
The Patriots lose a fourth-quarter lead for only the 15th time in 15 years. Also: Seattle's first shootout win, the kick-six, leaping in TB-IND, an aggressive Alex Smith, and the one negative way Aaron Rodgers stands out from his peers.
Bengals-Cardinals play a classic. Also: imploding Falcons, injured quarterbacks, Tony Romo hits milestones in return, Detroit's seven-minute offense, more Monday night controversy, familiar Denver results, and the Ryan Fitzpatrick special.
20 comments, Last at 27 Nov 2015, 01:12pm by gofastjoey