Phil Simms: 'Philadelphia's Defensive Line Changed The Game'Two-time Super Bowl champion and Inside the NFL analyst Phil Simms reflects on Super Bowl 52 and why the Philadelphia Eagles won.
Doug Lesmerises: Cavs Willing To Trade Anyone But LeBron And Dwyane's Doug Lesmerises says he'd be willing to trade anyone but LeBron James and Dwyane Wade around the NBA Trade Deadline.
Keidel: Not Just Super... Record-BreakingThe Eagles beat the Patriots at their own game in Super Bowl 52, as both teams waged an aerial assault that stunned the opposing defenses.
Keidel: Super Bowl 52 PredictionSuper Bowl 52... the NFL season all comes down to one game between the Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots.
Make Sure You Have America's Favorite Super Bowl Food At Your Party This SundayWhat’s a Super Bowl party without some munchies?
Robert Klemko: Browns Could "Certainly" Sign Cousins And Draft QB At #1Robert Klemko of the Monday Morning Quarterback and Sports Illustrated previews what the Browns can do at quarterback this offseason.
Andrew Siciliano: "Browns Will Know About Kirk Cousins Early In March"The NFL Network and NFL Redzone's Andrew Siciliano says the Browns will know about Kirk Cousins early in March and then can make their decisions in the Draft.
Super Bowl Picks: Will The Eagles Upset The Patriots?CBS Local Sports talent from across the country looks at the Eagles-Patriots Super Bowl match-up. Who are our NFL experts picking?
Super Bowl Greatest Commercials Man Vs. Beast Airs Tonight On CBSExecutive producer Bob Horowitz discusses what makes a great Super Bowl commercial.
Phil Simms On Super Bowl LII Matchup Between Patriots And EaglesNFL ON CBS and INSIDE THE NFL analyst Phil Simms weighed in on some of the most important players to keep an eye on during Super Bowl LII.
PHOTOS: Super Bowl LII Opening NightSuper Bowl media night is always somewhat of a light-hearted venture, and Monday night in Minneapolis was no different for the Eagles and Patriots.
Keidel: Super Bowl 52, By The NumbersThe New England Patriots may be favored over the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl 52, but Super Bowl history doesn't really pick a side.

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