Been there, done that: Again in 2018, Philly called on its modest (but statistically mind-blowing) backup QB to save the season. Now heading into the playoffs, he and the Super Bowl champs are, justifiably, loaded with confidence. After all, they’ve seen it before.
It was an uncharacteristic late-season loss for the Patriots against the Steelers, pushing New England down to the third seed in the AFC playoffs. But despite the on-field struggles (14 penalties!), there’s no counting this team out.
Odell Beckham Jr. did it all in the Giants’ weird win against the Bears, catching a touchdown and throwing a touchdown. But the receiver also found himself on the wrong side of an onside kick, which drew plenty of criticism.
For decades Rocky has blurred the lines between reality and fiction, inspiring fans of a certain makeup. The franchise’s latest iteration, Creed II, leaves no doubt that Michael B. Jordan is the future—and that’s inspiring to a whole new audience.
Frank Gore set another NFL mark against the Packers—most consecutive seasons with 500 yards rushing with 14 (every season of his storied career)—which exemplifies the reliability of the 35-year-old running back.