Pro Football Playoffs

Super Bowl LIII Prop Bets: From The Ordinary To The CrazySuper Bowl LIII action will happen on the field and in the sportsbooks, where prop bets let fans bet on almost anything related to the game.
Jim Nantz: 'Tony Is Seeing The Same Things Brady Sees'The crew for Super Bowl LIII discusses what everyone has been talking about, Tony Romo's ability to call out plays before they happen.
Jared Goff's Hometown Bursting With Pride Over Rams QBResidents of Novato, California, Jared Goff's hometown, are rooting for the Los Angeles Rams quarterback, despite other team allegiances.
Are People In St. Louis Rooting For Or Against The Rams?Who are the people of St. Louis rooting for in the Super Bowl? The team that left them? Or the one that ended their hopes of a dynasty in the early 2000's?
More People In LA Watched Patriots-Chiefs Than Rams-SaintsIn Los Angeles, 2.5 million watched the Patriots-Chiefs AFC Championship, while 2.1 million people watched the Rams-Saints NFC Championship.
Phil Simms: Changing P.I. To Reviewable Play Would Cause More Problems Than FixesThe Inside the NFL analyst doesn't think the league needs to change the rules in the wake of the Saints-Rams game.
Brady, Edelman, Michel All Leading NFL In Postseason StatsPatriots Tom Brady, Julian Edelman and Sony Michel lead their respective NFL postseason categories, with only Super Bowl LIII remaining.
NFL Championships Team Grades: Rams, Pats Advance To Super Bowl LIIIThe Rams beat the Saints, and the Patriots topped to Chiefs to set the stage for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.
Patriots-Chiefs AFC Championship MatchupTom Brady and the New England Patriots meet Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs in the AFC Championship.
NFL Championship Picks: Rams, Patriots To Win On The RoadCBS Los Angeles's Kevin Cuenca breaks down the Rams-Saints in the NFC Championship and Patriots-Chiefs in the AFC Championship.
Trent Green: Sticking With Home Teams, Chiefs & Saints, To Move On To Super BowlThe NFL on CBS analyst looks at this weekend's championship games and why he thinks the Chiefs and the Saints are headed to Super Bowl LIII.
Ray Lewis: Chiefs, Rams Have To Vary Defensive Looks For Hope Of Beating Brady, BreesInside the NFL analyst weighs in on the keys to the championship games and who he thinks will be headed to Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII.