Brady Could Become Winningest Super Bowl Quarterback Ever, But Montana Is Still The BestIn 50 years of Super Bowl play, three quarterbacks sit at the top of the pyramid with four championships each: Pittsburgh's Terry Bradshaw, San Francisco's Joe Montana and New England's Tom Brady. Unlike Bradshaw and Montana, however, Brady has taken a long time to a compile his four SB wins. He was just 24 when the Patriots won their first title in January 2002. Now, Brady has a chance for a fifth ring at age 39, which is pretty amazing considering the pounding so many NFL quarterbacks take over their careers.
New England Patriots: Road To The Super BowlNo NFL franchise has been as successful as the New England Patriots this century, but the outlook for the 2016 season was dim with the announcement that the team would be without quarterback Tom Brady for the first four games of the year. However, the organization overcame its star QB's league suspension, and the Patriots finished with the best record, the best scoring differential and the best scoring defense in the NFL on their way to an seventh Super Bowl appearance since 2001. This is how they got here.
Atlanta Falcons: Road To The Super BowlExpectations were low for the Atlanta Falcons after an 8-8 season in 2015. However, they exceeded all expectations and ended up in Super Bowl 51, only their second championship appearance in franchise history. Here is a look at how they made it there.
QB Legacy Tracker: Can Matt Ryan Lead Falcons To First Super Bowl Win Franchise History?Matt Ryan was supposed to be the savior of the Atlanta Falcons when they drafted him but he soon earned a reputation as someone who lost in big games. Everything changed in 2016 and he has the Falcons ready to win their first ever Super Bowl.
QB Legacy Tracker: Tom Brady Only Gets Better With AgeThis year's Super Bowl has shaped up to really be two of the very best teams in the NFL, and it doesn't hurt that two of the elite quarterbacks are also involved. Both Matt Ryan and Tom Brady are working through Hall of Fame careers, but the latter isn't slowing down as his age keeps going up.
Building A Champion: Roster Moves That Got The Patriots To The Super BowlThe New England Patriots didn't get as good as they are by making poor choices and just drafting any player on the board. Every single decision they have made in the past few years have led up to this point and this collection of players is the reason they are heading back to the Super Bowl.
Building A Champion: Roster Moves That Got The Falcons To The Super BowlThe Atlanta Falcons went from a playoff contender to a team who missed the postseason three years in a row. However, smart personnel and player changes helped bring them back to the playoffs and into Super Bowl 51.
Todd Gurley Calls 2016 Rams Season 'A Nightmare'The Rams star running back didn't mince words when describing the team's and his 2016 season.
Chargers Celebrate Arrival In LA But Gear Up For Work AheadThe Chargers formally celebrated their relocation from San Diego in a ceremony attended by NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell, owner Dean Spanos, new coach Anthony Lynn and several players.
The NFL Playoff Picture: It's Pats-Steelers, Packers-FalconsThe Divisional Rounds are underway so it's time to take a look and see how the NFL postseason is shaking out.
Rams Team Grades: L.A. Embarrassed At Home By Arizona In Season FinaleThe Los Angeles Rams lost their season finale at home to the Arizona Cardinals, 44-6, and the difference between the two teams with nothing to play for was striking. The Rams quit on their season at some point, as losing 11 of the final 12 games cost the head coach his job. It also makes critics and fans alike question the direction the organization is heading in after its first season back in the City of Angels. The 4-12 record is the team's worst performance since 2011, and with no premium draft picks coming up, the Rams need a new coach and a new attitude for 2017.
Rams Week 17 Injury Report: Britt And Joyner Doubtful For Cardinals GameIt's a meaningless game for both the visiting Arizona Cardinals and the host Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at the Memorial Coliseum, so when players are listed as doubtful for a season finale where neither team is playoff bound, it means they probably will not be playing. Three Rams players fit that description in Week 17: Kenny Britt, Rob Havenstein and Lamarcus Joyner.