A Tale Of Two QuarterbacksThe Saints are on a four game winning streak - all four of those games played without Drew Brees. While the Bears are trying to start a winning streak, with their starting quarterback Mitchell Trubisky hopefully coming back.
Saints-Seahawks Preview: Can Teddy Bridgewater Ignite New Orleans Offense?Teddy Bridgewater starts in place of the injured Drew Brees, as the Saints look to get back on track against Russell Wilson and the Seahawks.
Kyle Prater: From Football To FilmmakingWhen Kyle Prater arrived at Northwestern in 2012, he had superstar potential. However, his promising football career didn’t exactly have a Hollywood ending. Now Prater is flipping the script as a filmmaker.
NFL Championships Team Grades: Rams, Pats Advance To Super Bowl LIIIThe Rams beat the Saints, and the Patriots topped to Chiefs to set the stage for Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta.
Agent: Mike Ditka Out Of Hospital Following Heart AttackThe 79-year-old Ditka coached the Bears and the New Orleans Saints, finishing with a 121-95 record in 14 years, and he led Chicago to the Super Bowl title after the 1985 season.
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.
Keidel: NFL Divisional Round PredictionsThe Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs features the best eight best teams in football. Who will move on to the Championship?
Boomer Esiason On NFC Divisional Round MatchupsTHE NFL TODAY and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Boomer Esiason weighed in on this weekend's NFC Divisional Round matchups.
Keidel: NFL Wild Card Weekend PredictionsNFL Wild Card Weekend is one of the best football weekend's of the season. How will the games play out?
Ray Lewis Weighs In On NFC Wildcard WeekendInside The NFL analyst Ray Lewis weighs in on the 2018 NFC Wildcard Weekend.
Keidel: Falcons, Saints Have A Lot Riding On Sunday's MeetingThe Falcons and Saints' seasons may both depend on Sunday's match-up, as the NFC South proves to be the NFL's toughest division once again.