The 2016-17 NFL season was interesting, to say the least.
With the largest comeback in Super Bowl history, the Patriots beat the Falcons in an overtime epic.
Conference Championship weekend is officially over, but it wasn’t nearly as competitive as many thought it would be.
The Second Round of the 2016 NFL Playoffs has ended and the Conference Championships are set to begin next Sunday, January 15th.
The NFL regular season wrapped up almost two weeks ago and finalized the 12 teams that are hoping to bring the Lombardi Trophy back to their city in February.
Commissioner Adam Silver and the board of governors announced that the league will allow companies to advertise their logos on NBA jerseys.
Brandon Palmer also contributed to this article.
Since the all-star break, the NBA has not seen a considerable change in division or conference standings. However, it has had some incredible games featuring big-time performances from the players we know best.
For all of the NFL fans who are realizing that there is a big sports gap in their life until next August, the NBA is now the center of attention.
The Carolina Panthers, representing the NFC, and the Denver Broncos, representing the AFC, played in Super Bowl 50 on Sunday with the hopes of securing a title for their respective cities.
Levis Stadium, home of the 49ers will be the site for Super Bowl 50 which will take place this Sunday, February 7, at 6:30 p.m.
Brady and Manning face off in conference championship for arguably the final time.
After a very exciting wild-card weekend that featured cold temperatures, a shutout and a lot of faith, the Divisional Round is set. If you missed wild-card weekend, here are some quick highlights of the two closest games.
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