Super Bowl LII Tale Of The TapeTom Brady and the Patriots square off with Nick Foles and the Eagles in Minneapolis.
Keidel: Joy And Pain In MinnesotaThe Saints comeback was almost complete, then Marcus Williams whiffed on a last-second tackle, and Vikings' Stefon Diggs raced for a TD.
Vikings Fans Gear Up For 1st Playoff Game At U.S. Bank StadiumThe fact that the Super Bowl is coming to town in just a few weeks is just adding to the excitement.
Keidel: Another Chiefs Playoff Loss No Reason To Blow Up TeamThe Kansas City Chiefs shouldn't overreact to another playoff loss and either fire Andy Reid or replace Alex Smith, despite fans' despair.
After Beating Panthers, Saints Confident About Rematch With VikingsDrew Brees and the New Orleans Saints face the prospect of seeing their season end where it began.
Keidel: NFL Championships All About OffenseThis year's NFL Championship round is fueled by pyrotechnic passing and overall offense. What teams will move on to the Super Bowl?
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.
WATCH: Mason Crosby Nails 51-Yard FG To Send Packers To NFC Championship GameThe Packers' kicker came up clutch twice and the second time he was able to send the Packers to the NFC Championship.
WATCH: Micah Hyde Anticipates Dak Prescott's Throw Perfectly For INTPackers cornerback Micah Hyde pounced on a Dak Prescott screen pass to give the Packers the ball back and halt a Cowboys drive.
Aaron Rodgers Opens Second Half With Remarkable TD Drive, Packers Take 28-13 LeadRodgerse delivered several vintage throws only he can make on a six-play scoring drive that put the Packers up two scores in the third.
Aaron Rodgers Picks Cowboys Apart On Opening Drive To Give Packers 7-3 LeadRodgers drove the Packers 70 yards in just three plays to grab the lead for the Packers early in the first quarter.