Keidel: NFL Championships All About OffenseThis year's NFL Championship round is fueled by pyrotechnic passing and overall offense. What teams will move on to the Super Bowl?
CBS Sports' Nantz, Simms, Cowher, Gonzalez Analyze NFL ChampionshipsCBS Sports' NFL analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Tony Gonzalez, and lead play-by-play caller Jim Nantz look at Championship Weekend.
Keidel: Aaron Rodgers Has No PeersRodgers' performance in Dallas showed again that he's the best pure passer in NFL history. It's really not even close.
Keidel: NFL Playoff Contenders Square Off In Divisional RoundThe Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs is the season's best pure weekend of football. How do these stellar matchups shape up?
CBS Sports' Tony Gonzalez Breaks Down NFL's Divisional Round GamesTony Gonzalez, 17-year NFL veteran and current CBS Sports NFL analyst, discusses Texans-Patriots and other divisional round matchups.
Keidel: Big Ben, Bell And Brown RollThe Steelers' offense overwhelmed the Dolphins in the NFL Wild Card round, as Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell lived up to the hype.
What If The NFL Were Like European Soccer And Had A Loan System?The Raiders borrow Andrew Luck, the Lions borrow Mike Evans, and the Packers borrow Josh Norman: These are just a few of the possibilities if American Football embraced soccer's loan system.
NFL Playoffs: Every Possible Scenario Heading Into Week 17There's plenty that remains to be determined in Week 17 and many fans will have to wait until the final clock strikes zero to know their team's fate.
Broncos Must Win Sunday Night To Remain In Playoff PictureHeading into Sunday night's game in Kansas City, the Broncos remain on the outside of the AFC playoff picture looking in.
Twitter Reacts To Super Bowl 50The Denver Broncos are NFL champs, let's see how the Twitter world congratulated them.
Top 10 Super Bowl 50 CommercialsThe game is always big, but the commercials bring us the most fun.
NFL Playoffs: Jason Keidel Shares AFC, NFC Championship PredictionsThe AFC and NFC Championship games pit the top two seeds in each conference against each other. Who will win and advance?