11:01 PM EST, Mon January 21, 2019

Raiders TE Jared Cook to replace Chiefs’ Travis Kelce at Pro Bowl

The Kansas City Chiefs came up just short of reaching the Super Bowl on Sunday evening, while yet another season has come to an abrupt end for Andy Reid’s squad. While the Chiefs will not be participating in this year’s Super Bowl, thanks to Tom Brady and the heralded New England Patriots, the team did have […] The post Raiders TE Jared Cook to replace Chiefs’ Travis Kelce at Pro Bowl appeared first on ClutchPoints.

FOX Sports

Hurdles cleared, Patriots head to 3rd straight Super Bowl

Patriots ride underdog label all the way to their third straight Super Bowl appearance


Former Broncos Aqib Talib and C.J. Anderson reflect on going back to the Super Bowl

The only bummer is that it’s not with our team. The Denver Broncos are not in the Super Bowl, but a couple of former Broncos who know about winning one are back there again. Damnit! Just kidding. Actually it’s nice to see two favorite players - and one beloved coach - enjoy success this season even if Broncos cannot. #ICYMI: Aqib Talib, former @Broncos and current @RamsNFL CB, joined @BKDenverSports on #JustinAndBK to talk about the Rams in the Super Bowl, his season, and more.LISTEN on @iHeartRadio: https://t.co/8iHOws7spv— Orange & Blue 760 (@OrangeBlue760) January 21,...

Niner Nation

Who are you rooting for in Super Bowl 53?

It’s not the matchup many 49ers fans want, so let’s get arguments for each side out there. I’ll come out and say it: this is not the Super Bowl matchup I want. It’s the absolute last matchup I wanted. Saints vs. Chiefs? Saints vs. Patriots? Rams vs. Chiefs? And we’re stuck with this. On one side is a division rival, and on the other, a team that plays in a dysfunctional division enabling them in the playoffs every year. Ugh. There’s no changing it though. It’s the New England Patriots vs. the Los Angeles Rams. So now the question: who the heck do we root for? There’s...

Detroit Free Press

Meet the Michigander running college football's premier all-star game

Jim Nagy is the executive director of the Senior Bowl. The Traverse City wants it to lead to a career as a NFL general manager.        


Will Experience Benefit Patriots In Super Bowl LIII Clash With Rams?

The New England Patriots are no stranger to the biggest stage the NFL has to offer. With Sunday’s AFC Championship... Read More »

Big Easy Mafia

Patriots overcome obstacles, age to reach 3rd straight Super Bowl

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- Tom Brady smiled his way through the week leading up to Sunday's AFC championship game, mostly brushing aside questions about being an ...

The Denver Post

Broncos QB of the future? Missouri’s Drew Lock ready to impress during Senior Bowl Week

Does a 10-times-better Drew Lock make sense for the Broncos with the 10th overall pick? He sure does. And without a trace of arrogance but a ton of confidence, he thinks he should be at the top of the group.


Patriots QB Tom Brady has yet to be sacked since the start of the playoffs

The New England Patriots are going to yet another Super Bowl, but this time the team’s offensive line seems to be the difference maker. Quarterback Tom Brady has yet to take a sack after throwing the ball 90 times and according to Michael David Smith of Pro Football Talk, Brady has faced formidable defenses so […] The post Patriots QB Tom Brady has yet to be sacked since the start of the playoffs appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Revenge of the Birds

Monday Night Open Thread with Revenge of the Birds

Talk about... Anything, With your friends at Revenge of the Birds. Welcome to the first open thread of the 2019 year. Hope things have started off well for you and yours this year. With so much going on with the Cardinals already, the NFL trying to put out the fires of blown calls in their biggest games of the season, and the upcoming 2019 NFL Draft, there has not been a second to sit back and relax. So, over the next week or so, before the Super Bowl, free agency and of course the draft, we want to be able to have some things to discuss. The Kingsbury hire will be an interesting one to...

The Denver Post

Broncos CB Chris Harris is Pro Bowl bound after Patriots punch Super Bowl ticket

Harris was added to the AFC roster Monday, he announced on social media, after Patriots cornerback Stephon Gilmore withdrew consideration as New England prepares to face the Rams in Super Bowl LIII. Harris had previously been voted in as an alternate. It marks his fourth Pro Bowl appearance in eight seasons all with the Broncos.

VA Health Care Hero of the Week: Tom Brady carries Patriots to Super Bowl LIII

Patriots Tom Brady completed 30 passes for 348 yards and one touchdown in the AFC Championship win over the Chiefs to punch their ticket to Super Bowl LIII, which makes the GOAT the VA Hero of the Week. To learn more visit www.nesn.com/veteran.

The Mercury News

Raiders TE Jared Cook named to Pro Bowl as alternate

Oakland's 31-year-old tight end heads to his first Pro Bowl in 10 seasons.

Just Blog Baby

Oakland Raiders: Jared Cook named to the AFC Pro Bowl team

Jared Cook had a monster season for the Oakland Raiders in 2018, and on Monday, he was named to the AFC Pro Bowl team. The Oakland Raiders were shut out of the AFC Pro Bowl voting a month ago, as not a single member of the team was named to the team. However, that all […] Oakland Raiders: Jared Cook named to the AFC Pro Bowl team - Just Blog Baby - Just Blog Baby - An Oakland Raiders Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.


Raiders TE Jared Cook named to first Pro Bowl

Raiders tight end Jared Cook is heading to the Pro Bowl after all. Cook, who was originally named an alternate to the Jan. 27 game in Orlando, will replace Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce on the AFC team, the Raiders announced Monday. It will mark Cook’s first Pro Bowl appearance in 10 NFL seasons. Cook, 31, set career highs in 2018 in catches (63), receiving yards (848) and touchdowns (six). He led or tied for the team lead in each category and ranked sixth among NFL tight ends in receptions and fifth in receiving yards. Kelce and the Colts’ Eric Ebron were the two tight ends named to the...

The Denver Post

5 lessons NFL teams can learn from the Super Bowl paths of the Rams and Patriots

Once again in the AFC, Tom Brady would not allow the torch to be passed. His 37-31 overtime win over Patrick Mahomes and a fatigued Kansas City Chiefs defense allowed the New England Patriots to go to their ninth Super Bowl with Brady and Coach Bill Belichick era.

The Sun

Arsenal fans annoyed that Kroenke’s Los Angeles Rams are in the Super Bowl

ARSENAL fans are furious that Stan Kroenke’s Los Angeles Rams are in the 2019 NFL Super Bowl. Supporters turned against the club owner this month when it was confirmed the Gunners have no spare cash for transfers. Kroenke, who moved the Rams to LA in 2016, sits on a personal fortune of £7billion. But the […]

Sports Talk Philly: Philadelphia Sports News and Rumors

Lane Johnson To Replace Tyron Smith at Pro Bowl

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Breaking down the numbers ahead of Patriots-Rams Super Bowl

NESN.com's Michaela Vernava takes a deeper look into the stats and facts of the Los Angeles Rams and how their defense and offense will compete with Tom Brady and the New England Patriots.


NFL overtime is a step away from rock-paper-scissors. Look no further than college football for the simple solution

The future face of the NFL for the next decade or two spent overtime Sunday sidelined and yelling for a stop, hoping for a chance that never came.Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs' offense could only watch as Tom Brady and the Patriots did their thing in 4:52 of overtime, clinching a 37-31 victory and another trip to the Super Bowl. It wasn't the first time Brady and Patriots had gotten the first possession of overtime and closed the door. Look back no further than Super Bowl LI in Houston for another stroke of fortune, where the right call on a coin flip led to an opening-possession...

Ramblin' Fan

Los Angeles Rams: 4 grades for their NFC Championship win against the Saints

The Los Angeles Rams escaped the Mercedes-Benz Superdome with a 26-23 overtime win to advance to Super Bowl LIII, where they will face the New England Patriots. The Los Angeles Rams won in overtime Sunday afternoon against the New Orleans Saints 26-23 to secure a spot in Atlanta for Super Bowl LIII. They also knocked […] Los Angeles Rams: 4 grades for their NFC Championship win against the Saints - Ramblin Fan - Ramblin Fan - A Los Angeles Rams Site (formerly St. Louis Rams Fan) - News, Blogs, Opinion and more.

Tom Brady unstoppable in AFC Championship when game mattered most | Pro Football Talk | NBC Sports

Vintage Tom Brady showed up late in the AFC Championship game to help the Patriots reach their third straight Super Bowl by beating the Chiefs in overtime. #NBCSports #TomBrady #Patriots »

Silver And Black Pride

Raiders TE Jared Cook named to 2019 NFL Pro Bowl replacing Travis Kelce

For the first time in his 10-year NFL career, Jared Cook is headed to the Pro Bowl. And deservedly so. With career highs this season in receptions (68), receiving (896), and touchdowns (6), he was named a first alternate. And today, a day after the Kansas City Chiefs were eliminated from the playoffs, Travis Kelce has opted out of the game, clearing the way for Cook. Cook will head to Orlando this week to join the AFC squad for the game which will take place next Sunday, January 27. He will join Colts tight end Eric Ebron who led the NFL whose 13 receiving touchdowns led all tight ends and...

FOX Sports

Bummed out Chiefs head into offseason full of optimism

The Chiefs came within a heartbeat of returning to the Super Bowl for the first time in 49 years, and now hit the offseason feeling optimistic about the future


David Andrews, Marcus Cannon Praise Patriots Fans Ahead Of Super Bowl LIII

FOXBORO — One thing throughout the Patriots’ dynasty that has remained consistent, aside from the stellar play of Tom Brady,... Read More »


Stephon Gilmore Excited For Super Bowl Matchup With Old Friend Brandin Cooks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Stephon Gilmore will see a familiar face across from him when he takes the field next... Read More »

The Advocate

Saints owner Gayle Benson promises to 'aggressively' seek changes after blown call

After a devastating loss in the NFC Championship, Saints owner Gayle Benson has weighed in on the result, as well as the missed call that cost her team a likely spot in Super Bowl 53.

Blogging The Boys

Dallas Cowboys player rankings 2018: Who stays, who goes?

Making the right calls on who to retain, and who to let go, are part of the most important personnel decisions the Cowboys will make this year. The Cowboys have 16 players who'll hit free agency in some form or another in 2019, either as unrestricted or restricted free agents. But those are not the only players the Cowboys will have to take a decision on as they build a new roster for their 2019 Super Bowl run. There are players still under contract who might not play out their contract in Dallas, might get an early extension, or could even be traded. Making the right calls on who to...


Le’Veon Bell takes a dig at the Steelers by praising the Rams’ ‘all-in’ approach

The Los Angeles Rams are headed to Super Bowl LIII following a busy offseason that saw them land some serious star power. It appears running back Le’Veon Bell wishes that the Pittsburgh Steelers would take a similar approach. It is no secret that Bell is on his way out of Pittsburgh after failed negotiations on […] The post Le’Veon Bell takes a dig at the Steelers by praising the Rams’ ‘all-in’ approach appeared first on ClutchPoints.

Acme Packing Company

Sean Payton & Drew Brees have avoided criticism that follows Mike McCarthy & Aaron Rodgers

Despite less success than their counterparts in Green Bay, Payton and Brees escape the exact criticism leveled against the Packers even as the same excuses apply for each. Mike McCarthy could never have managed it. Slogging through seven-win seasons three straight years and four out of five, New Orleans Saints head coach Sean Payton somehow stayed beyond reproach. Micky Loomis can’t manage the cap. The defense can’t get it together. Even as rivals gain steam and make trips to the Super Bowl, neither Payton nor Brees took any heat from the local or national media, the fanbase, or the...

Florida Times-Union

WATCH: Jaguars' Carson Tinker stars in Verizon's 'The Team That Wouldn't Be Here' campaign

A disappointing season kept the Jaguars out of the NFL playoffs, but long snapper Carson Tinker is set to make the Super Bowl with another team.Tinker, who survived when a tornado devastated his Alabama neighborhood in April 2011, is one of 12 members of Verizon's "The Team That Wouldn't Be Here" campaign, which shares stories of how first responders have impacted the lives of 11 NFL players and one coach.Verizon's campaign debuted Sunday with a 60-second TV spot that aired [...]