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.
Chargers-Patriots Divisional Round MatchupPhilip Rivers and the Los Angeles Chargers face Tom Brady and the New England Patriots in the AFC divisional round.
Patriots-Steelers Week 15 MatchupThe Patriots and Steelers, both coming off tough losses, look to get back in the win column, as the AFC playoff races heat up.
Dolphins-Patriots Week 4 MatchupThe undefeated Dolphins face the reeling Patriots in Foxboro in Week 4. Can Brady and Belichick keep pace in the AFC East?
Patriots-Jaguars Week 2 Match-UpThe Patriots and Jaguars line up in Week 2, a rematch of the last season's AFC Championship and, possibly, a preview of this season's.
Biggest Questions Facing Eagles, Patriots Heading Into Training CampCBS TV sports anchors weigh in on the biggest concerns heading into the upcoming season and more ahead of training camps opening this week.
5 Short-Lived Coaching RelationshipsIt’s not entirely unheard of for someone to agree to a coaching job, then back out (like Josh McDaniels). Here are some others.
Keidel: Why Josh McDaniels Jilted Colts To Stand PatPatriots offensive coordinator, Josh McDaniels, who was set to be the Colts' next head coach, decided not to go at the last minute. But why?
Phil Simms: 'Philadelphia's Defensive Line Changed The Game'Two-time Super Bowl champion and Inside the NFL analyst Phil Simms reflects on Super Bowl 52 and why the Philadelphia Eagles won.
Keidel: Not Just Super... Record-BreakingThe Eagles beat the Patriots at their own game in Super Bowl 52, as both teams waged an aerial assault that stunned the opposing defenses.
Eagles SB Team Grades: Complete Effort To Last Whistle Secures Philly's First Super Bowl WinIn one of the best Super Bowl games ever played, the Philadelphia Eagles came out on top, 41-33, beating the defending champion New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who started the season as the backup, won the Most Valuable Player honors by completing 28 passes for 373 yards and three touchdowns, but the Philly defense came up with the big plays late to stifle the Patriots offense.