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Cincinnati Bengals Must Shore Up Defensive Lapses to Keep Historic Run Alive

It's celebration time in Cincinnati. The Bengals sit at 5-0 for the first time since 1988, the last time the franchise appeared in the Super Bowl. It's the first time an AFC North team has hit the mark since the realignment. Historic...Show More Summary

ESPN 30 for 30 Trojan War: TV Schedule and USC Football Documentary Preview

Pete Carroll has done a fine job as head coach of the Seattle Seahawks. Since taking over the team in 2010, the Seahawks have gone 50-31 (as of October 11) with two Super Bowl appearances and one win in the big game. He's transformed...Show More Summary

N.F.L. Roundup: Andrew Luck Returns to Colts’ Practice With an Eye on the Patriots

The Indianapolis quarterback, who has missed the past two games with a sore right shoulder, said he hoped to be able to play against the defending Super Bowl champion, New England.

NFL Power Rankings Week 6: Latest Outlook and 2015-16 Super Bowl Odds

Through five weeks, bettors have a pretty good idea which teams aren't going to the Super Bowl this year. Through a combination of power rankings and the odds dished out from those in charge of such important matters in Las Vegas, it's easy to see where the best and the worst stand. Show More Summary

The 'guru' responsible for Tom Brady's incredible fitness has a history of questionable medical claims

Before last year's Super Bowl, the New York Times Magazine published a lengthy profile of New England quarterback Tom Brady, entitled "Tom Brady Cannot Stop." In it, author Mark Leibovich introduces a man named Alex Guerrero, Brady's...Show More Summary

NFL Games, Including The Super Bowl, Come To TuneIn

Live radio and podcast streaming network TuneIn this morning announced a deal that will see it offering live, play-by-play coverage of all NFL games to its premium subscribers. The multi-year partnership will provide NFL fans with audio...Show More Summary

Why Bernie Sanders Has Already Won the Democratic Debates

Tuesday's debate is the Democratic Super Bowl. We know the home team. We know the visitors. The issues have always been political footballs and only one candidate hasn't turned them over to the Republicans. This election will also see...Show More Summary

Super Bowl XLVII rematch looms, as potential elimination game

Three years ago, the season ended with the Ravens and 49ers battling it out in the Super Bowl. Next Sunday, they’ll square off at the site of this year’s Super Bowl, and the stakes will be similar for the team that loses. Because the team that loses will essentially be done. Through five weeks, the…

Is Second-Half Benching Beginning of the End for Matthew Stafford in Detroit?

Enough could very well be enough. The Detroit Lions are unlikely to find themselves in a situation where the team finally competes for a Super Bowl for the first time in the organization's history with Matthew Stafford as its starting...Show More Summary

Brady Sacked Five Times in First Half, but Patriots Win

Tom Brady was sacked five times in the first half, but the New England Patriots quarterback still managed to lead the defending Super Bowl champions to a 30-6 rout against the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday.

Bengals 27, Seahawks 24: Dalton Helps Bengals Rally Past Seahawks to Stay Perfect

Quarterback Andy Dalton led Cincinnati from a 17-point deficit to a victory against the Seahawks, leaving the Bengals 5-0 for the first time since 1988, the last time they went to the Super Bowl.

Should Bud Bring Its Puppy Back to Another Super Bowl, or Is It Time for Something New?

Should Budweiser's lovable Labrador pup—whose appearances topped the USA Today Super Bowl Ad Meter the past two years—return to the big game for CBS' Feb. 7 telecast? That's the question Bud parent Anheuser-Busch InBev and its agency, Anomaly, are debating right now, 118 days before Super Bowl 50 kicks off at Levi's Stadium in Santa Clara, Calif. Show More Summary

Is Broncos' dominant defense good enough to make a Super Bowl run?

That's two games now where the Denver Broncos' defense has scored more touchdowns than the offense this season. They're 5-0 and Peyton Manning has thrown more interceptions than touchdown this season, the run game ranks in the bottom...Show More Summary

The last time the Bengals were 5-0, they went to the Super Bowl

The Bengals are off to the best start in nearly 30 years and haven't been 5-0 since the 1988 season that ended with a game in the Super Bowl. The Cincinnati Bengals are 5-0 for the first time since 1988, a season that ended with the team in the Super Bowl. Show More Summary

Seahawks punter destroys Brian Billick for saying kickers are 'not football players'

Former Baltimore Ravens coach and Super Bowl champion Brian Billick spiced up the NFL Network’s Sunday morning coverage with a (...)

NFL Schedule Week 5: TV Times, Coverage Map and Live Stream Guide

Five of the NFL's six undefeated teams will put their precious perfect records on the line in Week 5. Cincinnati arguably has the toughest test at home against last year's Super Bowl runner-up Seattle, while Green Bay could be in for a rough match with a dangerous St. Show More Summary

Fantasy football projections, Week 5: Broncos-Raiders featuring Peyton Manning, Ronnie Hillman and Derek Carr

We break down the Week 5 matchup between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders. The Week 5 matchup between the Denver Broncos and Oakland Raiders features a veteran Super Bowl contender against a young upstart surprise. We've got the...Show More Summary

Seahawks vs. Bengals: What's the Game Plan for Cincinnati?

The Cincinnati Bengals are looking 5-0 right in the eye—something the franchise hasn't done since 1988, the last time it appeared in a Super Bowl—ahead of Sunday's showdown against the Seattle Seahawks. It's Cincinnati's first experience...Show More Summary

Golden Tate explains his comments about Matthew Stafford

Golden Tate has led a charmed life in the NFL. Four trips to the playoffs in five NFL seasons. A Super Bowl win. A big contract as a free agent after winning a ring. But now his team is 0-4, and Tate is frustrated. The frustration has caused Tate to say things that he has…

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