Andrew Luck's long touchdown pass with 4:31 to play capped off an incredible performance.
...if your team didn't make the playoffs.
It's a long off-season, and Tom Brady is making the most of it.
As the Ravens beat the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship, Twitter filled with reports of gunshots in the Baltimore area.
Ray Rice flexes after scoring a touchdown, and, in a scene straight out of a Ben Affleck movie, a Patriots fan flexes right back.
Lots and lots of sports-feelings.
Suck it, indeed.
Who should you root for? What's going to happen? Do any of these players really exist? All this and more.
"Help me burn that old man." "Stop doing heroin."
If you've reached this point in your relationship, you no longer have a relationship.
Poor Matt Schaub: it's tough having the ball all the time.
Fumble-touchdowns, weasel coaches, and Hail Marys — the end of this game was crazy.
At the end of the first half, the refs ruled that Seattle did not get the snap off in time. But was that the right decision?
In the first playoff start of his career, Kaepernick set the NFL on fire.
Just a reminder that size doesn't matter (when you're impossibly fast).
With only thirty seconds left, the Baltimore Ravens sealed a trip to the AFC Championship game in the most improbable of ways.
Perfect throw, perfect catch, perfect play all-around.
Marshawn Lynch fixed his quarterback's big mistake and then took it straight to the Redskins' homeland.
Let's hope RGIII is ok.
Maybe he's a Hoosiers fan?
One sack, one swat, one finger wag — let's call it the Watt Trifecta.
So, let's say you dream of playing quarterback. Here's Vikings playoff starter Joe Webb to demonstrate one thing you should never do.
Whether you're an alpha male, aesthete, or advocate for the downtrodden, we've got a team for you.
Robert Griffin vs. Tony Romo and Adrian Peterson going for the rushing record are among the highlights of a fantastic last weekend of the NFL regular season.