Pro Football Playoffs
- Shannon Sharpe Jaws With More Patriots Fans On Toucher & Rich Shannon Sharpe joined Toucher & Rich to talk Super Bowl 50 and the booing that Tom Brady and others dealt with in the pre-game MVP ceremony.
- The Denver Defense Rests The Denver Broncos defense, led by Super Bowl MVP Von Miller, stifled Cam Newton and the pyrotechnic Carolina Panthers offense.
- Selfish Fans Who Booed MVPs At Super Bowl Ceremony Booed Football Itself Tom Brady walked out to a smattering of boos during the Super Bowl 50 MVP ceremony. Those fans booed the game of football itself.
- Team Grades: Denver's Defense Dominates To Deliver Championship Super Bowl MVP Von Miller has a performance for the ages against Cam Newton as the Broncos ride their defense all the way to the team's third world championship.
- Team Grades: Poor Marks For Panthers Defense, Special Teams In Loss To Broncos The Carolina Panthers had only lost one game and were favorites to win the Super Bowl, but the Denver Broncos had other ideas.
- Peyton Manning Is Still Not The Greatest Quarterback Of All Time Peyton Manning earned his spot among the greatest quarterbacks ever with a second Super Bowl ring. He's just not the greatest ever, despite what some may say.
- Twitter Reacts To Super Bowl 50 The Denver Broncos are NFL champs, let's see how the Twitter world congratulated them.
- Steelers Defensive Coordinator: Patriots Offense Isn't 'Doing Anything Special' Not a good look for Steelers DC Keith Butler, who sounded like a sour grape describing the Patriots offense.
- WATCH: Tom Brady Gets Intimate With Candy In Latest Facebook Video Everybody knows that in order to maintain peak physical fitness, Tom Brady adheres to a strict diet. But during Halloween season, even Brady can't suppress his sweet tooth.
- Arrogance, Deceit, Oversaturation At Root Of NFL's Ratings Decline No singular catastrophe can be pinpointed as the ground zero for the ratings decline, as it's more of a blend of multiple factors that really has gone against the NFL through these first two months of the season.