Phil Simms, Nate Burleson: Never Tired Of Talking About PatriotsWhile some fans may be feeling the fatigue of seeing the Patriots in the Super Bowl, The NFL Today analysts are not.
The Super Bowl Today Crew Talks Quarterback, Coaching Matchups For Super Bowl LIIIBoomer Esiason, Phil Simms and Bill Cowher weighed in on the matchup between the two head coaches and quarterbacks that represents the biggest age gap in Super Bowl history.
'The Super Bowl Today' Pre-Game Show: How To Watch, Start Time, FeaturesThe network will provide four hours of pre-game coverage with the crew from The NFL Today and several guest analysts.
James Brown Looking Forward To The Southern Hospitality In Atlanta For Super Bowl LIIIThe NFL Today host says he's excited to cover Super Bowl LIII in Atlanta, a city full of history, culture and southern hospitality.
Bill Cowher Talks Favorite Super Bowl MemoryThe Super Bowl-winning coach of the Pittsburgh Steelers discussed his favorite big-game memories and his go-to snack at a Super Bowl party.
‘I’m Really Happy Where I’m At’: Color Analyst Tony Romo Not Considering Move To CoachingNFL on CBS analyst Tony Romo says he's not planning to move into coaching, despite the praise he received during the AFC Championship.
Trent Green: Sticking With Home Teams, Chiefs & Saints, To Move On To Super BowlThe NFL on CBS analyst looks at this weekend's championship games and why he thinks the Chiefs and the Saints are headed to Super Bowl LIII.
Ian Eagle: Can Dolphins Use 'Miami Miracle' As Launching Pad?NFL on CBS play-by-play announcer weighs in on the Dolphins as they look to build off of last week's miraculous play.
Rich Gannon: Texans A Legitimate Super Bowl ContenderNFL on CBS analyst breaks down the two biggest matchups of the weekend: HOU vs. IND and KC vs. BAL
Boomer Esiason: Bears Should Win NFC North, But They're Not On Saints, Rams' LevelThe NFL Today analyst breaks down the NFC hierarchy as the Bears prepare to play the Lions on Thanksgiving.
Rich Gannon: Jaguars Have To Be Aggressive This Time Around Against The PatriotsNFL on CBS analyst hopes the Jaguars learned one big lesson from the loss to New England in the AFC Championship. Don't be conservative.
Bruce Arians: 'The Work Is Not Going Anywhere, Don't Miss Your Family'Football season is back, which means plenty of excitement, but CBS analyst Bruce Arians has some words of wisdom for coaches everywhere.