Ravens-Browns Preview: Lamar Jackson, Baltimore Look To Clinch Home FieldThe Baltimore Ravens and Lamar Jackson look to clinch the AFC's top seed against the Cleveland Browns, the last team to beat them.
'I've Got The Chargers Winning,' Says CBS Sacramento’s Marshall HarrisThe Chargers continue to ride out a disappointing season when they face a broken Raiders team with an uncertain future in Week 16.
'Just Not The Rams Team That We Saw [Last Year],' Says CBS Sacramento's Marshall HarrisThe 49ers were surprised to lose to the Falcons in Week 15 and won't let this week's matchup with the Rams stay that close.
'Negative To Play At Home For Chargers," Says SportsLine's Kenny White On Matchup With VikingsThe Chargers, already eliminated from playoff contention, host a Vikings team eyeing a division title in what may seem like a home game for the road team.
Texans-Titans Preview: AFC South Lead On The LineThe Texans and Titans are tied atop the AFC South lead with two matchups against each other in the final three games of the regular season.
Fantasy Football Start And Sit Week 15: Broncos Phillip Lindsay Gets Great Matchup Vs. ChiefsThe Fantasy Football Today crew looks at why Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay and Titans QB Ryan Tannehill are strong options in Week 15.
Chiefs-Patriots Previews: Can Pats Defense Contain Patrick Mahomes?The Patriots, coming off a disappointing loss, will host the Chiefs, who prevailed in impressive fashion, in a rematch of last season's AFC Championship.
'Chargers Just Have Too Much' For Jaguars, Says CBS2's Greg WolfThe Chargers continue their disappointing season against the Jaguars, hoping to hold on to their slim playoff hopes.
Raiders-Chiefs Preview: Battle For AFC West Lead Heats UpCan the Oakland Raiders bounce back from an ugly loss against a Kansas City Chiefs team hoping to return to form in time for the playoffs?
Panthers-Saints Preview: Drew Brees And Co. Too Much For CarolinaThe Drew Brees-led Saints should overpower a Panthers team reliant on the rushing of Christian McCaffrey and desperate to stay in the playoff race.
Eagles And Patriots Meet For First Time Since Super Bowl LIIThe Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots, both coming off a bye, look to get offenses on track and start playoff push.