CBS Sports' Nantz, Simms, Cowher, Gonzalez Analyze NFL ChampionshipsCBS Sports' NFL analysts Phil Simms, Bill Cowher, Tony Gonzalez, and lead play-by-play caller Jim Nantz look at Championship Weekend.
Keidel: Aaron Rodgers Has No PeersRodgers' performance in Dallas showed again that he's the best pure passer in NFL history. It's really not even close.
The Best of The Triple Threat 01-16-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Monday 01-16-2017
Tom Brady Loses It On Refs After Perceived Late Hit From Jadeveon ClowneyWhile some questioned the legality of the hit, others said it was a legal play by Clowney, who was simply finishing the hit.
LOOK: Back-To-Back Turnovers Allow Texans To Cut Into Patriots LeadThings looked bleak early on for the Texans, but things have tightened up after two patriots turnovers.
Quintin Demps And John Simon Both Inactive For Texans Vs. Patriots The Houston Texans will be without two of their starting defensive players on Saturday as they take on the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional game in Foxboro. Linebacker John Simon is out again with a chest injury and safety Quintin Demps is missing the game because of a hamstring injury.
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?
The True Ranking of The Texans DefenseIs the Houston Texans defense really the best in the NFL, and are they good enough to win at New England?
Crennel Remembers When He Realized Brady Was SpecialTexans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennels remembers the play when he realized Tom Brady was a special player
CBS Sports' Tony Gonzalez Breaks Down NFL's Divisional Round GamesTony Gonzalez, 17-year NFL veteran and current CBS Sports NFL analyst, discusses Texans-Patriots and other divisional round matchups.
The Best of The Triple Threat 01-11-2017The Best of The Triple Threat, from Wednesday 01-11-2017
NFL Divisional Round Picks: Houston Texans Vs New England PatriotsThe Patriots are favored by 16 points over the Texans, the fourth highest point spread in NFL playoff history, but can Houston spring the upset?

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