Boomer Esiason On AFC South Playoff RaceCBS Sports and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Boomer Esiason weighed in on the AFC South playoff picture, and which teams have a real chance at making the postseason.
Who Will Be The NFL's Most Surprising Team?Members of the NFL on CBS team give their predictions on who will be the NFL's most surprising team in 2017.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Titans, Jaguars In Battle Of Struggling QBsThe Titans and Jaguars are floundering this season, and QB play is a big reason. Can Mariota or Bortles turn it around on TNF?
CBS Sports' Rich Gannon: No NFL Team Wants To Play Steelers In PlayoffsNFL on CBS analyst Rich Gannon gave his thoughts on three Week 15 games, all of which have playoff implications, and how teams may fare.
Palladino: It's Genetically Impossible For Jets To Not Look Past TitansConsidering what happened in the last four years of the Rex Ryan era, and considering where the 7-5 Jets stand now, it’s hard to believe any game on the 2015 schedule would be viewed as a trap game.
Jets Look To Extend Win Streak When Titans Invade MetLife StadiumWith a golden opportunity to extend their win streak to three games, the New York Jets welcome the lowly Tennessee Titans to MetLife Stadium in Week 14 of the 2015 NFL season.
Silverman: Cooper, Beasley And Mariota Leading This Year's NFL Rookie ClassOne area that will continue to develop is the play of this year’s rookies. It takes a lot longer than four weeks for a rookie to write his story.
Silverman: With NFL Season Around The Corner, Keep An Eye On These StoriesWhile training camp won’t decide anything, it will set the stage for the drama that unfolds during the year. Here are a few of the most worthy stories to follow.
Buccaneers Take FSU QB Jameis Winston No. 1 Overall At NFL DraftYou don't pass up a potential franchise quarterback. Not in today's pass-happy NFL.
WATCH: Chicago TV Station Mocks Jets Fans For Never Being SatisfiedWith the draft shifting from the Big Apple to the Windy City, Chicago television station WGN-TV decided to mock Jets fans and their tradition of booing the team's first-round pick.
Up, Down, Mariota Or Receiver? No Shortage Of Options For Jets In DraftWith the No. 6 overall selection, a potential impact player will be available. The question is whether the Jets will stay put at that spot. And, if they do, who's the pick? A quarterback? A pass rusher? A wide receiver?
Reports: Jets Could Be In Mix For Titans' No. 2 PickA swap with Tennessee would ensure one of the top two quarterbacks in the draft, likely reigning Heisman winner Marcus Mariota.