Keidel: NFL Championships All About OffenseThis year's NFL Championship round is fueled by pyrotechnic passing and overall offense. What teams will move on to the Super Bowl?
Keidel: Aaron Rodgers Has No PeersRodgers' performance in Dallas showed again that he's the best pure passer in NFL history. It's really not even close.
Keidel: Tom Brady Should Not Win 2016 NFL MVPBrady doesn't get to miss 25 percent of the NFL season and qualify as its best player, even with the TD-Interception ratio record.
Keidel: Never Doubt The Packers, Aaron RodgersThe Green Bay Packers, once 4-6 and fading, are now 8-6 and in control of their playoff destiny. So much for doubting Aaron Rodgers.
Keidel: Prescott, Cowboys Face Test In Green BayThe rookie-led Cowboys head to Green Bay, where Aaron Rodgers and the Packers are quietly having yet another successful season.
Team Grades: Fate Brought It To Overtime, But Packers Couldn't Stop CardinalsThe Green Bay Packers almost had yet another unbelievable come-from-behind victory and it seemed like fate was on their side, but Larry Fitzgerald simply couldn't be stopped in overtime as the Arizona Cardinals won.
Is Aaron Rodgers' Mind On The Game Or Matrimony?The Green Bay Packers really need to be focused as the biggest game of the year is coming up, and it already seems as if the pass rushers are on it.
Alex Smith Is The Key To Chiefs' 2015 Playoff HopesBelieve it or not, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has one of the highest postseason QB ratings in NFL history.
Mike McCarthy, Aaron Rodgers And Rest Of Packers Never Stopped BelievingThe Green Bay Packers looked impressive to start the season, but soon dropped off and needed some help to get into the playoffs.
Redskins Win Streak Hides Major Team FlawThe Redskins have won four games in a row, but all of the winning has camouflaged a major team flaw.
Seahawks Injury Report: Seahawks Injured Doubles Packers ListA trip to the Super Bowl is on the line.
Green Bay Packers Inury Report: Rodgers, Lacy Probable For NFC Title GameThe Green Bay Packers listed both their starting quarterback (Aaron Rodgers) and running back (Eddie Lacy) on the injury report as limited participants in Thursday's practice. The team estimated that the two players would have been limited on Friday as well and gave both a probable chance to play on Sunday against the Seattle Seahawks at CenturyLink Field in the NFC championship game. The Packers list four players on their injury report and the Seahawks list seven (two not injury related) on theirs.