COMMENTARY It's not often – maybe not ever – that the most important quarterback in a Patriots playoff victory is someone other than Tom Brady. A half-serious case could be made that such an oddity occurred Saturday night in the Patriots' 34-16 divisional round victory over the hard-hitting Houston
FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Through no fault of its own, the New England Patriots' defense has had a “yeah but” attached to its impressive accomplishments in the 2016 season. Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Pittsburgh Steelers presents an opportunity to officially bury the tag. Yes, the unit
Aaron Rodgers is currently the best offensive player in the NFL. How do his career stats compare to those of other all-time great NFL quarterbacks?