Brady Wins Sixth Super Bowl Ring

Quarterback Tom Brady became the first player in NFL history to win six Super Bowls, as the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII on Sunday night.

Brady finished the night 21-of-35 with 262 yards and one interception and helped set the Patriots up for their only touchdown with a 29-yard completion to tight end Rob Gronkowski.

It was Brady’s sixth game-winning drive in the fourth quarter or overtime of the Super Bowl. No other quarterback has more than six game-winning drives in the postseason since 1970.

Bill Belichick Wins Sixth NFL Title

Bill Belichick joined exclusive company in the pro football coaching community Sunday night when the New England Patriots defeated the Los Angeles Rams 13-3 in Super Bowl LIII.

Halas won six NFL titles with Chicago in 1921, 1933, 1940, 1941, 1946 and 1963 while Lambeau’s Green Bay teams were champions in 1929, 1930, 1931, 1936, 1939 and 1944.

Belichick, who has long had a deep appreciation for the history of the football, was asked what it means to him to now be linked with Halas and Lambeau, and other all-time greats.

Julian Edelman named Super Bowl LIII MVP

In a season that opened with a four-game suspension, New England Patriots wide receiver Julian Edelman closed a championship run as the MVP of Super Bowl LIII.

In a tight-fisted defensive affair, Edelman did some roll-up-the-sleeves work on offense, with 10 catches for 141 yards in the Patriots’ 13-3 win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium. Points were hard to come by for both teams in the lowest-scoring Super Bowl of all time, and as the Patriots put together one touchdown drive in the game, Edelman was the consistent go-to guy on offense.

Tennessee Titans offseason outlook

Who should the Tennessee Titans target in free agency and the draft this offseason? Kirk Morrison, Dave Richard and Pete Prisco join Ryan Bass to break it down.

Should the Dallas Cowboys draft a Quarterback?

Should the Dallas Cowboys pick a quarterback in this year’s NFL draft? Kirk Morrison and Dave Richard join Ryan Bass to take a closer look.

NFL Draft: Which Teams Need Quarterbacks?

Which NFL teams should consider drafting a quarterback in the first round? Kirk Morrison, Dave Richard and Rob Rang join Ryan Bass to break it down.

New Orleans Saints Give Drew Brees Contract Extension

Super Bowl XLIVQuarterback Drew Brees reached a long-awaited contract extension with the New Orleans Saints on Wednesday, just four days before a Week 1 kickoff against the Oakland Raiders and a self-imposed deadline.

Functionally, it’s a one-year, $24.25 million extension for Brees. Brees was due $20 million in 2016 on the last year of his old deal, so he’ll now make $44.25 million over two seasons, all fully guaranteed.

Technically, it’s a new five-year deal, but it automatically voids after the 2017 season. A full breakdown wasn’t immediately available, but that structure likely means Brees received a large signing bonus, which can be spread out for cap purposes over a longer span and lower his monster $30 million cap number this season.

Schein: NFL Playoff Predictions

CBS Sports NFL expert Adam Schein predicts which teams will make the AFC and NFC playoffs. Surely he is joking about the NFC wildcards!

Andrew Luck Limited In Practice Wednesday

Andrew LuckIt is not a good sign when your franchise quarterback is nursing a bad shoulder heading into week one. Especially when he missed a good portion of last season with injuries. That is the case with the Indianapolis Colts as quarterback Andrew Luck was limited in practice on Wednesday with a right shoulder injury.

Luck has practiced and played without any limitation this offseason and in training camp, so his inclusion on the injury report is a surprise in itself. Because we didn’t know about the injury, we also don’t know any details of the extent of it. So at this point, it’s best to just assume it’s nothing serious, but considering he also dealt with a shoulder issue last year, this is absolutely a story worth monitoring.

So How Well Will Your Team Do This Year?

SB51The NFL season finally return’s this week and USA TODAY Sports have updated their projections for how each team will so this season, plus what two teams will meet in the Super Bowl. Do you agree or disagree with their rankings?

NFC EAST
New York Giants (8-8): What ought to be an explosive offense has been anything but this summer. Expect Eli Manning, Odell Beckham and Co. to turn things around and get just enough support from a defense that received a $200 million infusion of talent in free agency and should now protect the leads that were squandered in 2015.