Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The Year

Infinite Manningfaces For The Game Of The Year And Colin Kaepernick Fooling All Of Wisconsin: Saturday's NFL Playoff Games, In GIFs | This may well be remembered as the game of the season, in no small part because conditions conspired to make things nearly impossible for the combatants, and they somehow both prevailed against those conditions until the game's final moments. Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The Year

Justin Tucker's Practice Kicks Before His Game-Winner Were Not Allowed, But They Were Also Not Not Allowed | Got that, Broncos fans? It's not allowed, but like, it happened anyway. No penalty. Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The YearS

Jason Taylor Went Through Absolute Hell To Play Football | Taylor describes the "dungeon" at Dolphins Stadium in which they treated his foot problems, talks about Toradol, the painkiller which may create as much pain as it alleviates, tells of the catheter he wore during games, and remembers collapsing, shaking and crying, in the parking lot outside his doctor's office. Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The YearS

Reminder: Peyton Manning Still Better Than Tim Tebow | Reminder: Peyton Manning Still Better Than Tim Tebow Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The YearS

Man Performs Feat Even More Incredible Than Making A Half-Court Shot For $1,000 | You have got to hand it to him, it is damn impressive. Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The YearS

Taste Test: The Portable Yogurt That Isn't | So: Why? Why a ridiculous plastic tube of yogurt? The answer: because of what Go-Gurt tastes like. Read »

Roundup: What You Missed The Weekend We Watched The Game Of The YearS

Fox Gets Conservative: Did The Denver Coach's Risk-Averse Strategy Cost The Broncos A Playoff Victory? | Fox's conservatism may have cost his team slightly, but he didn't decide the outcome of the game. Read »