Patriots Opponent Profile: Jaguars Bring Toughest Challenge Of Season In AFC Championship GameThe New England Patriots were operating on every single cylinder as they dominated and demolished the Tennessee Titans, but their toughest challenge of the season is yet to come. With a strong running game and scary-good defense, the Jacksonville Jaguars pose a threat unlike anything they've yet seen.
Steelers Opponent Profile: Steelers Host Jaguars In Divisional Round PlayoffsThe Steelers will look to advance the AFC Championship game for the 17th time ever with a victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Silverman: Goff, Fournette, Engram Among Pro Bowl SnubsPro Bowl voting may have less legitimacy than nearly any other election. Players vote for their peers, and those votes are usually based on reputation, campaigning and one or two games that players may have seen of their opponents on television or during film study.
2017 NFL Draft Prospects: Top Running BacksThe running back class this year is deep. Here are the best of the group.
Silverman: It’s Already Draft Season For Jets, Other Bottom FeedersTo teams like Cleveland, San Francisco, Jacksonville, Chicago and, yes, the New York Jets, there are no playoff preparations. There is only next year.
Silverman: Fournette, McCaffrey Exercise Their Options In College Football’s Changing LandscapeLeonard Fournette of Louisiana State and Christian McCaffrey of Stanford have decided to put their own interests ahead of their respective teams and are sitting out their bowl games during this holiday season.
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And His Football FutureLSU RB Leonard Fournette will be a top pick in the next NFL Draft. Should he play this season and risk injury or sit out and save his body?
Keidel: Leonard Fournette And NFL Age RestrictionsLeonard Fournette can't enter the next NFL draft. Why? Because the NFL says so. That's the only reason.
This Week In College Football: Fournette Latest Example That Archaic NFL Draft Rule Needs ChangingLSU's star sophomore back is running all over teams, yet he can't enter the NFL Draft for another full year.