Super Bowl LII Tale Of The TapeTom Brady and the Patriots square off with Nick Foles and the Eagles in Minneapolis.
Devin McCourty On WFAN: You Don't Ever Doubt Tom BradyMany football fans might have had questions about Tom Brady's hand entering Sunday's AFC championship game, but Patriots safety Devin McCourty wasn't too concerned.
Tom Brady Mum On Status For AFC Title Game After Hand InjuryTom Brady is staying mum on his status for the AFC championship game after suffering a right-hand injury earlier in the week.
Palladino: Coughlin Aura Could Beat Belichick Again In AFC Championship GameIf one person in the league has a right to some personal animosity toward the former Giants coach, it is that hoodie-wearing genius up north.
Silverman: Look For Patriots, Vikings To Survive Conference ChampionshipsThe AFC championship game will not be decided by the history books. If it were, the New England Patriots would certainly have an advantage by wide miles, and the Jacksonville Jaguars would have very little to stand on.
Keidel: Joy And Pain In MinnesotaThe Saints comeback was almost complete, then Marcus Williams whiffed on a last-second tackle, and Vikings' Stefon Diggs raced for a TD.
Brady Leads Patriots To Decisive Victory Over TitansNew England Patriots cruised past the Tennessee Titans 35-14 on Saturday night to advance to their seventh consecutive AFC championship game.
Eagles Soar Past Falcons, Advance To NFC Title GameWith Nick Foles engineering several long drives, Jake Elliott converting three field goals, and the defense getting stingy in the tightest spot, Philadelphia earned a 15-10 victory over the Atlanta Falcons.
Silverman: Eagles Are Ripe For More Postseason HeartbreakThere has been a lot of heartbreak in Philadelphia over the years, and much of it has been provided by their beloved football team. The last championship came in 1960, and it was a historic one as the Eagles edged Vince Lombardi’s Green Bay Packers in the NFL championship game by a 17-13 margin, pinning the only postseason loss on the great coach that he would ever endure.
LISTEN: 'The Afternoon Drive' Reacts To NFL Playoffs"The Afternoon Drive With Carlin, Bart and Maggie" opened up Monday's show reacting to Sunday's NFL playoff games.
Keidel: Another Chiefs Playoff Loss No Reason To Blow Up TeamThe Kansas City Chiefs shouldn't overreact to another playoff loss and either fire Andy Reid or replace Alex Smith, despite fans' despair.
Silverman: NFC Is Stacked This Postseason, A Case Can Be Made For ManyAs the postseason gets underway in the NFL, the NFC is holding the hammer.

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