Keidel: NFL Playoff Contenders Square Off In Divisional RoundThe Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs is the season's best pure weekend of football. How do these stellar matchups shape up?
Keidel: Giants Trending Upward With Plenty Of Money Still To SpendIn the week after a playoff loss, folks scramble for scapegoats, excuses and are just generally prone to panic.
Keidel: Ben McAdoo Era Is Off To An Encouraging StartMaybe McAdoo hasn't reached the land of contract extensions, but his maiden season was a success, even if the final game on the Frozen Tundra of Lambeau Field left a foul taste on your tongue.
Keidel: Big Ben, Bell And Brown RollThe Steelers' offense overwhelmed the Dolphins in the NFL Wild Card round, as Roethlisberger, Brown and Bell lived up to the hype.
Keidel: Beckham Proving To Be More About Style Than SubstanceWhen we put a postmortem on a season, we scramble for scapegoats. Especially one that ends so abruptly, sans the promise we thought would flower in a few weeks.
Keidel: Wild Card Weekend Could Be A Wild OneThe NFL Playoffs kick off this weekend with some hot teams and heavy favorites taking the field. How will the matchups play out?
Keidel: Giants' Reese Has Officially Redeemed HimselfIf we piled on Reese during the dark days, then he deserves a wink, nod and some praise for this year.
Keidel: Wild Card Weekend Will Be A Smorgasbord Of Football GoodnessMike Francesa has long said that the second week of the NFL playoffs, the divisional round, is the most delicious weekend of pro football. But let's not overlook Wild Card Weekend this time around.
Keidel: Tom Brady Should Not Win 2016 NFL MVPBrady doesn't get to miss 25 percent of the NFL season and qualify as its best player, even with the TD-Interception ratio record.
Keidel: Questions Never Cease With The Perennially Downtrodden JetsIt's odd putting a postmortem on a season that died two months ago, but the Jets too often put sportswriters in that position.
Keidel: Lions-Packers For NFC North Title A Fitting End To NFL SeasonDepending on earlier games, the loser may well toil in winter purgatory, watching the very party they were four quarters from joining.
Keidel: Rex Belongs In The NFL, Just Not As A Guy Calling The ShotsStop me if this feels familiar. A coach struts into town and promises pro football glamour, gets the natives in full-throated fury, then fizzles out and limps out of town.

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