Tony Kornheiser and Pablo Torre discuss the Chiefs holding on and Brees losing in what may have been his last game.
Max continues to react to the NFL Playoff Divisional Round and the repercussions of Mahomes getting hurt against the Browns.
Mike and Chiney react to Tom Brady's 14th Conference Championship appearance and the Gutsy moves by the Chiefs.
Today on NFL Live, Laura Rutledge and the crew recap the AFC and NFC Divisional matchups, the aftermath of the loss for the Browns and Saints, the growing trouble between Deshaun Watson and the Texans, and so much more!
Time to give the people what they want… Jalen & Jacoby break down all the angles of this weekend’s NFL playoff action. Plus, James Harden’s Nets debut, Zion Williamson dunks all over the Kings, and is it time for Texans and Deshaun Watson to part ways… all that and more on J&J.
The Chiefs quarterback's status for the AFC Championship Game is up in the air. What's in store for Mahomes this week?
Bucs get passed Brees but Brees must do better. Ryan Clark stops by to and explains why Drew Brees has underachieved. Ryan also expects a shootout between Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady. What does Lamar Jackson need to take him to the next level. Public Enemy's Chuck D drops by to talk about what MLK Day means to him.
Chiefs coach Andy Reid said he didn't know whether Patrick Mahomes would clear the NFL's concussion protocol in time to play in next Sunday's AFC Championship Game. But Reid indicated Mahomes might have felt well enough to have returned to Sunday's game.
Bart And Hahn are joined by ESPN NFL Analyst Rex Ryan to discuss everything from the division weekend and how happy the Bills should to be making it to the AFC Championship. Plus, the crew discusses Harden’s debut for Brooklyn.
Bart & Hahn discuss the status of Patrick Mahomes heading into Sunday’s AFC Championship game with Buffalo and the result of what may have been Drew Brees' last game in an NFL uniform.
First Take discusses what this loss means for Drew Brees now, if the Nets will go to the finals with or without Kyrie, and much more.
Stephen A and Max debate if they were impressed by the Bucs or disappointed by the Saints, how did the Brown lose to the Chiefs, and much more.
Chiefs without Patrick Mahomes still in capable hands of Chad Henne -- just don't ask about hashtags
Henne's execution on back-to-back plays during Kansas City's final drive is one of the "moments that lift teams," according to teammate Tyrann Mathieu.
Jason was shocked at Andy Reid's call to go for it on fourth down and he takes a look at the remaining NFC QB's.
And then there were four. Here's everything you need to know for the conference championships, with X factors, what to watch for and more for both games.
The NFL divisional playoffs went down to the wire, and the conference championship games are set! Tom Brady and the Bucs made the Saints pay for some costly turnovers, as Tampa finished off New Orleans. Led by backup QB Chad Henne, the Kansas City Chiefs held on to beat the Cleveland Browns after Patrick Mahomes went down with a concussion. Aaron Rodgers played like he was immortal, with the Packers proving the mortality of the Rams defense. The football cosmos favored the Buffalo Bills against the Baltimore Ravens. So what’s all this mean for who keeps winning? Bill Barnwell brings his best takes. Then retired MLB player Doug Glanville shares what being a Black father means for his next move in baseball.
Andy Reid's gutsy call combined with execution from Chad Henne and Tyreek Hill on fourth-and-1 from the Kansas City 48 doomed the Browns.
— The Kansas City Chiefs had lost Patrick Mahomes to a concussion and were in danger of losing the game.