The NFL postseason field is set. Six teams in each division will compete for the rights to go to New Orleans and play in Super Bowl XLVII. All the action kicks off tomorrow afternoon at 4:30 p.m. ET when the Cincinnati Bengals hit the road to take on the AFC's No. 3 seed Houston Texans. And from the opening kickoff of the first game, it's anyone's guess as to what will happen in this year's edition of the NFL playoffs.
We have yet to see a minute of divisional-round action in the NFL playoffs this year, but we're already looking ahead to Super Bowl XLVII. As the field narrows from eight teams to two, let's take a look at how the Super Bowl will lo... Read Post
When glancing—more like staring and analyzing—at the current NFL postseason picture, the Cincinnati Bengals have the most arduous path to the Super Bowl in New Orleans. Oftentimes, we get immersed in home-field advantage and bye wee... Read Post
Cincinnati Bengals head coach Marvin Lewis made the media rounds in Arizona on Thursday as he fulfilled various Super Bowl Week appearances. It was during a seven-minute appearance on ESPN's "NFL Insiders" in the afternoon that Lewi... Read Post