Eagles And Patriots Meet For First Time Since Super Bowl LIIThe Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, both coming off a bye, look to get offenses on track and start playoff push.
Packers-Chargers Preview: Rodgers, Rivers Leading Teams In Opposite DirectionsAaron Rodgers has his Packers rolling, while Philip Rivers and the Chargers look for a second straight win in a season that's slipping away.
James Lofton: 'Mohamed Sanu Adds Big, Physical Presence Willing To Catch Ball Between The Numbers' For Tom BradyNFL on CBS analyst and former NFL receiver James Lofton discusses what Mohamed Sanu brings to the Patriots and their matchup with the Browns in Week 8.
Raiders-Packers Preview: Derek Carr, Josh Jacobs Lead Oakland Into Green BayThese Oakland Raiders seem to have found an identity, but the favored Packers, led by Aaron Rodgers, will test them in Green Bay.
Cowboys-Jets Preview: 'Both Have Something To Prove,' Says Tracy WolfsonThe New York Jets, with QB Sam Darnold back under center, host the Dallas Cowboys, who are looking end a two-game skid.
Saints-Seahawks Preview: Can Teddy Bridgewater Ignite New Orleans Offense?Teddy Bridgewater starts in place of the injured Drew Brees, as the Saints look to get back on track against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.
Titans-Browns Preview: Can Mayfield, Beckham Make Cleveland A Contender?The Browns could contend in the rough-and-tumble AFC North, but need to put it together on the field, starting with the Titans in Week 1.
Phil Simms, Nate Burleson: Never Tired Of Talking About PatriotsWhile some fans may be feeling the fatigue of seeing the Patriots in the Super Bowl, The NFL Today analysts are not.
The Super Bowl Today Crew Talks Quarterback, Coaching Matchups For Super Bowl LIIIBoomer Esiason, Phil Simms and Bill Cowher weighed in on the matchup between the two head coaches and quarterbacks that represents the biggest age gap in Super Bowl history.
'The Super Bowl Today' Pre-Game Show: How To Watch, Start Time, FeaturesThe network will provide four hours of pre-game coverage with the crew from The NFL Today and several guest analysts.
James Brown Looking Forward To The Southern Hospitality In Atlanta For Super Bowl LIIIThe NFL Today host says he's excited to cover Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, a city full of history, culture and southern hospitality.