Pro Football Playoffs
- Brady Leads Patriots To Another Super Bowl With Win Over Steelers Tom Brady shredded the Pittsburgh defense, powering the New England Patriots to a 36-17 rout of the Steelers on Sunday in the AFC Championship Game.
- Atlanta Falcons Rout Green Bay Packers, Advance To Super Bowl LI Matt Ryan, showing that he could be just as good in the playoff as the regular season, threw for four touchdowns, ran for another and the Falcons routed the Green Bay Packers 44-21 on Sunday.
- Silverman: Defenses May Be More Important Than QBs In Conference Title Games The Packers, Falcons, Steelers and Patriots each have key defensive performers that have at least helped their respective teams get on the right track and advance to within inches of the biggest game of them all.
- Keidel: Brady Running Out Of Time To Earn Record 5th Super Bowl Ring For all the dietary audibles Brady calls -- evidently, he hasn't eaten a processed sugar since the Civil War -- sometime in the next year or two, he will fall off the football map.
- CBS Sports' Nantz, Simms, Cowher, Gonzalez Analyze NFL Championships CBS Sports' NFL analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Tony Gonzalez, and lead play-by-play caller Jim Nantz look at Championship Weekend.
- Keidel: Falcons Lack Playoff Pedigree, But Not Super Bowl-Caliber Talent For all the talk about Rodgers, Brady and Big Ben, it was Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan who put up the most pyrotechnic numbers, well worthy of NFL MVP consideration.
- LISTEN: Francesa Says You Can't Go Wrong With Possible Super Bowl Matchups The Packers will face Atlanta in the NFC championship game Sunday. The Steelers will then meet the Patriots for the AFC title.
- Steelers' Tomlin: Antonio Brown 'Foolish' To Live-Stream Postgame Locker Room The coach added the All-Pro wide receiver will be punished "swiftly" but added Brown will be available for Sunday's AFC championship game against the Patriots.
- Conference Championship Tale: Pittsburgh Steelers at New England Patriots The Steelers and Patriots meet in Foxboro for the right to go to Super Bowl LI in Houston.