From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
The Bills could be back, but how many more chances at a second Super Bowl will Aaron Rodgers get? NFL Nation sorts through the issues facing those ousted from the playoffs.
Former Giants teammates Saquon Barkley and Odell Beckham Jr. plan to get together to train this offseason as they both rehab torn ACLs, the running back told ESPN.
Mina and Sam Monson of Pro Football Focus look ahead to Championship Weekend and preview Bucs-Packers and Bills-Chiefs. Plus, they take a look at the off season needs for the teams eliminated in the Divisional Round and discuss how hard the Jets should go after Deshaun Watson.
Quarterbacks always win MVP (and rightfully so). But what about the receivers, running backs, defensive backs and pass-rushers? Here are our top 10 non-QB MVP candidates.
Today on NFL Live, Laura Rutledge and the crew recap the AFC and NFC Divisional matchups, the aftermath of the loss for the Browns and Saints, the growing trouble between Deshaun Watson and the Texans, and so much more!
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby break down all the angles of this weekend’s NFL playoff action. Plus, James Harden’s Nets debut, Zion Williamson dunks all over the Kings, and is it time for Texans and Deshaun Watson to part ways… all that and more on J&J.
Bomani, Domonique and Israel question if the Bucs deserved credit for beating the Saints and the significance of the win for the Chiefs
Bart & Hahn discuss the status of Patrick Mahomes heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game with Buffalo and the result of what may have been Drew Brees' last game in an NFL uniform.
The Saints couldn't throw downfield. The Browns were carved up in the middle of the field. The Ravens need a No. 1 receiver.
First Take discusses what this loss means for Drew Brees now, if the Nets will go to the finals with or without Kyrie, and much more.
Stephen A and Max debate if they were impressed by the Bucs or disappointed by the Saints, how did the Brown lose to the Chiefs, and much more.
Andy Reid's gutsy call combined with execution from Chad Henne and Tyreek Hill on fourth-and-1 from the Kansas City 48 doomed the Browns.
— The Kansas City Chiefs had lost Patrick Mahomes to a concussion and were in danger of losing the game.
The Chiefs held on to defeat the Browns 22-17 to reach the AFC Championship Game after Patrick Mahomes left because of a concussion, as Chad Henne made two huge plays to seal the victory.
The Browns were inches away from a touchdown but Daniel Sorensen's hit on Rashard Higgins jarred the ball loose before he hit the pylon.
Patrick Mahomes leads the Chiefs on a methodical opening drive culminating in his 1-yard touchdown run.
How can all eight teams pick up wins this weekend and advance to the conference championships? These are the edges each team can use to get the advantage.
Grandes partidos se vivirán este fin de semana con importantes protagonistas que harán vibrar los Playoffs de la NFL.
La NFC se adornará con la visita de Rams a Green Bay, además de un duelo de leyendas, entre Brees y Brady. En la AFC, los campeones, Kansas City Chiefs, reciben a los Browns y Ravens viaja a Buffalo.
The NFL Live crew previews and makes game picks for the upcoming weekends Divisional Round. Could Tom Brady and the Bucs make it past Drew Brees and the Saints? Who will win the battle between Jalen Ramsey and Devante Adams? And can Urban Meyer be the man to turn things around in Jacksonville?
Adding the GOAT, reigniting a star QB, running it back for the champs. NFL Nation reporters identify the most influential change their teams made that elevated their seasons.
The Cleveland Browns activated guard Joel Bitonio from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday after he sat out their playoff opener last weekend.
In 2016, the two future NFL stars led their teams to a record-shattering 1,708 total yards in Oklahoma's 66-59 win over Texas Tech, a quarterbacking classic that their coaches say might never be duplicated.
When the Cleveland Browns took down their rivals the Steelers last weekend, decades of football angst was released. The Browns got their first playoff win since the 1990s, and now they’ll face reigning Super Bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs. Led by quarterback Baker Mayfield, the Browns are desperate to prove that this team and this season is different. ESPN Browns reporter Jake Trotter brings us inside their historic season, and traces Baker’s rise. Then, head to Buffalo with ESPN Bills reporter Marcel Louis-Jacques and a fan very close to ESPN Daily, for a look at Bills mania ahead of their second home playoff game.