Travis Kelce Believes Patriots Fans Hate Him Because He Wears No. 87Patriots fans do not like Travis Kelce for a myriad of reasons. It just probably isn't the reason the Chiefs tight end thinks.
How A Tom Brady-Julian Edelman Miracle Connection Saved Potential Patriots Playoff CollapseSandwiched in the midst of that rage and sadness was one of the most forgotten postseason games of the Belichick/Brady era, a divisional round win over the Chiefs.
Jimmy G Is No Tom Brady And Other Leftover Super Bowl ThoughtsAfter Super Bowl LIV, we now know this for certain: Jimmy Garoppolo is no Tom Brady.
Kansas City Chiefs Rally To Beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 In Super BowlKansas City Chiefs rallied to beat San Francisco 49ers 31-20 in the Super Bowl, franchise's first championship in 50 years.
What To Watch For When Chiefs, 49ers Kick Off In Super Bowl LIVIt's almost time for the actual game to kick off. Here's what to expect when Super Bowl LIV between the 49ers and Chiefs actually begins.
NFL's Diversity Issue In Focus After Bieniemy, Saleh Strike Out On Head Coaching JobsIt's common for coordinators in the Super Bowl to have a head coaching position with a new team waiting for them after the game. Not this year.
Mike Pennel Throws Some Shade At Patriots During Super Bowl Opening NightMike Pennel threw some serious shade at the Patriots' coaching staff, seemingly taking aim at the now-departed defensive line coach, Bret Bielema.
Patrick Mahomes Overtakes Tom Brady As NFL's Top SellerTom Brady was the king of NFL merchandising in each of the last two seasons. But he was dethroned in 2019.
Hurley's Picks: Titans' Magic Vs. Andy Reid's Playoff Clumsiness Should Make For A ClassicThe Tennessee Titans. Whoa, doggy. What a story. Will it continue? Let's explore.
Titans-Chiefs Preview: Contrasting Styles Square Off In AFC ChampionshipThe Titans hope to limit the Patrick Mahomes aerial attack, while the Chiefs will look to slow the Derrick Henry-led ground game.
Bill O'Brien Was The Biggest Disappointment Of NFL's Divisional RoundThough it stands to reason that Bill O'Brien really wanted to win this football game, his actions on the sideline during the Texans' collapse kind of indicated otherwise.