Pro Football Playoffs
- Carolina Panthers Entering Super Bowl 50 Almost Completely Healthy The Carolina Panthers finished the 2015 NFL regular season with only one loss thanks in large part to no major injuries. Now, they enter the Super Bowl with a team that is almost completely healthy. Here is a look at the Carolina Panthers' injury...
- Broncos' Brandon Marshall Questionable For Super Bowl 50 Linebacker Brandon Marshall is officially listed as questionable for the Super Bowl, but it looks like both teams will have all of their stars on the field for the big game.
- Keidel: Broncos - Panthers Super Bowl 50 Breakdown Super Bowl 50, between the Broncos and Panthers, pits old school against new school. You can't ask for a better matchup.
- Pizza Vs. Wings: Which Super Bowl Snack Reigns Supreme? Some Super Bowl match-ups are lopsided. Many Super Bowl match-ups are lopsided, in fact. The same can't be said for the two most popular Super Bowl foods -- pizza and wings. If there can be only one, which one wins?
- LISTEN: Betting On Cam The betting public has its money on Cam and the Panthers in Super Bowl 50. But what do the Vegas bookmakers and pros think?
- Good Question: Why Is Pro Football Played On Sundays? This week, several WCCO viewers emailed asking, "Wouldn't it be great to have the Super Bowl on a Saturday?" In its 50 years, that's never happened and the NFL has said it doesn't anticipate switching game day from Sunday.
- Carolina Panthers Odds-On Favorites To Win Super Bowl 50 While the game with the Denver Broncos won't be easy, here is a look at the Panthers team news heading into the game, including Las Vegas odds, Cam Newton's critics, and what helped the Panthers learn how to win.
- Broncos Embracing Role As Super Bowl Underdogs Denver is happy to play the role of underdog in Super Bowl 50, Peyton talks about the importance of the moment for those around him and Vernon Davis on his return to San Francisco.
- The Rise Of Cam Newton Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton is fulfilling his potential after a checkered past. He remains the most polarizing player in Super Bowl 50.