From franchises that will tear it all down to those that just need a few tweaks, here are the offseason priorities for every team no longer playing.
What's next for these teams in 2021? The Saints' first order of business is sorting out who their starting quarterback is.
Colts GM Chris Ballard said Thursday that Philip Rivers has said he's 'not 100 percent sure' he wants to return to play in 2021 and that Indianapolis is taking a long-term view of the QB position.
Justin Herbert or Justin Jefferson for the top offensive rookie? Is the top defensive player Chase Young or Jeremy Chinn? We ranked the top 10 first-years of the season.
Stephen A, Max and Marcus Spears debate, where Justin Fields should be drafted, if Dan Quinn is a good fit for the Cowboys and if the Colts should trade for Carson Wentz.
Colts left tackle Anthony Castonzo, who started all 144 games he played after entering the NFL in 2011, announced his retirement Tuesday.
Cleveland stunned Pittsburgh. Russell Wilson didn't look like himself. And where did Taylor Heinicke come from? Bill Barnwell explains.
Jared Veldheer would be the first player in NFL history to play postseason games for two different teams in the same season if he appears in the Packers' game Saturday.
Stephen A, Max, Jesse Palmer and Ryan Clark debate if Buckeyes can stop the Crimson Tide in the National Championship game, if Josh Allen can lead the Bills to the Super Bowl and much more!
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby discuss the Browns' big win in Pittsburgh, Lamar Jackson running all over Titans and Jacoby’s Bills keep winning, Tom Brady balling out in Washington and Kevin Durant defending Kyrie Irving's mysterious absence. Plus, Alabama-Ohio State predictions!!!
Jason wonders what teams need to do to get close to the Chiefs
The Steelers are out of the playoffs and their quarterback turns 39 in March. Meanwhile, the Texans' star quarterback is unhappy.
Colts coach Frank Reich said Sunday that he wants Philip Rivers to be his team's starting QB next season. "I think Philip still has a lot of good football [left]," he said.
Colts coach Frank Reich defended his playcalling in a 27-24 wild-card loss to the Bills on Saturday, including a costly fourth-down decision that ultimately turned the game in Buffalo's favor.
— The Buffalo Bills earned their first playoff victory in a quarter-century on Saturday when Josh Allen threw two touchdown passes, scored another rushing, and Micah Hyde batted down Philip Rivers' desperation pass for a 27-24 win over the...
Three teams this season have gone with an unconventional 2-point conversion attempt. Here's why they made the right call.
This is the first time five quarterbacks age 37 or older are in the playoffs together. How will they fare and will this be their postseason farewell?
The Houston Texans introduce their new general manager and the crew reacts to how they dealt with Deshaun Watson's input. We also dive into the matchups of wild card weekend. With a few rematches slated, will there be different outcomes looming?
Keyshawn Johnson, Jay Williams, and Zubin Mehenti begin the last hour of the show wondering what a deal for Watson to any team would look like. How many picks would teams give up? What kind of players would be added? Mina Kimes joins to chime in on the everchanging situation. Renee Montgomery of the Atlanta Dream joins the show to discuss the final call of the Atlanta political race and the double standard of policing in America after we saw people lay siege to the Nations Captiol.
Steve and John open listening and reacting to Sean McVay's press conference cuts on whether Jared Goff will play. The guys go over subjects they are MAD AS Hell at. Steve'The Fez' Fezzik joins the guys to talk about 'the money' on the NFL games this weekend.
Bills WRs Stefon Diggs (oblique) and Cole Beasley (knee) were listed as questionable for Saturday's playoff game against the Colts.
SVP & Stanford Steve preview the Bills/Colts Playoff Game
Mike Clay, Daniel Dopp and Al Zeidenfeld break down the Wild Card Weekend DFS main slate including their best buy options.
Safety Antoine Bethea, who played 14 seasons for the Colts, 49ers, Cardinals and Giants, announced his retirement on Thursday.
How can all 12 teams pick up wins this weekend? These are the edges each team can use to get the advantage.