Hurley's Picks: So Many NFL Teams Are So, So Bad This YearIt's mid-October, which means it's officially "Figure It Out" season in the NFL. Entire seasons hang in the balance.
Julio Jones, Austin Hooper Show NFL's New Catch Rule Is As Confusing As EverThe NFL set out to "fix" the catch rule. They did it. Everyone celebrated. That party may have been a bit premature.
Patriots Trade Jordan Richards To FalconsIt is the end of an era for one of the most disappointing draft picks of the Bill Belichick era.
Kyle Shanahan Explains How Tom Brady Can Affect Opponent's Play-Calling ... And Lead To Blown 28-3 LeadsKyle Shanahan explained how the mere presence of Tom Brady on the other side of the ball influenced his decisions with his own offense.
Malcolm Mitchell's Patriots End Disappointing, But Super Bowl Contributions Will Live ForeverMalcolm Mitchell's career as a member of the New England Patriots appeared to be in jeopardy before it ever properly began.
Report: Patriots Interested In Adrian ClaybornThe Patriots could use an upgrade in their pass rush, and they may hope Adrian Clayborn can fill the need.
Keidel: NFL Divisional Round PredictionsThe Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs features the best eight best teams in football. Who will move on to the Championship?
Eagles Opponent Profile: Ryan Leads Defending NFC Champs To Philly For Divisional Round Bird FightThe Philadelphia Eagles may have the top seed in the NFC Playoffs, but they will play the role of home underdog against the defending NFC champion Atlanta Falcons this Saturday in Lincoln Financial Field.
Boomer Esiason On NFC Divisional Round MatchupsTHE NFL TODAY and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Boomer Esiason weighed in on this weekend's NFC Divisional Round matchups.
Keidel: NFL Wild Card Weekend PredictionsNFL Wild Card Weekend is one of the best football weekend's of the season. How will the games play out?
Hurley's Picks: Surprise-Free Weekend Expected For NFL's Wild Card WeekendWe can't get 12 good NFL teams to round out a playoff field? How does that happen?