NFL Divisional Rounds kicks off tomorrow. Indeed, the road to the Super Bowl is tough. After three upsets in the Wild Card games last week; let’s take a look at the match-ups for the Divisional Rounds
Now that the regular season has officially ended, the 2019 NFL playoff picture is all set. So, let’s take a look at what teams will be playing.
National football season begins today with last season’s Super bowl Champions, the Philadelphia Eagles hosting the Atlanta Falcons. To read more, be sure to check-out our Philadelphia Eagles Win Super Bowl post. Because the Eagles won the Super Bowl, the season always kicks off with the winning team raising the championship banner. No doubt, the…
After the Philadelphia Eagles lost to the Patriots in the Super Bowl in 2005; this was a rematch that was highly anticipated. In the first place, both teams were the Number 1 Seeds in their Conference. To read more on this, visit our NFL Divisional Playoffs 2018 post.
Are you hosting a Super Bowl party? Today’s post will have you ready to host the perfect big game party. Even if you’re not a big football fan; there are some fun family activities you can do today.
The New England Patriots will play the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII. So last time these two teams matched up in the Super Bowl was in 2005.
Are you ready for the NFL Championship rounds? After the divisional round match-ups this past weekend; we’re down to 4 teams. Visit our NFL Divisional Playoffs post to read more.
So, the divisional playoffs are over. When the divisional weekend games started; there were eight teams. Now, four are remaining. Let’s take a look at how the games ended up.
Since ten weeks have gone by, today’s post is about the NFL midseason. As we’re a little bit more than half way through the season; we’re beginning to see some front-runners in several divisions.