Steve Davis: Appreciating A Classic - Brady vs. ManningSteve Davis was pretty impressed with the AFC Championship game.
Listen Live: New England at Denvers [Live Audio] Sunday Night FootballFuture Hall-of-Famers Peyton Manning and Tom Brady could be squaring off for the last time and, appropriately, a Super Bowl berth is on the line when the Denver Broncos host the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Conference Championship Preview With Andy BenoitAndy Benoit with Sports Illustrated joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to talk about the NFL Conference Championship games.
Ron Borges Previews Patriots-Chiefs MatchupRon Borges with the Boston Herald joined the Scott Garceau Show with Jeremy Conn to help preview this Saturday's Patriots-Chiefs game.
Patriots-Jets Highlight The Best Week Of NFL Football YetHere's a closer look at some of the best matchups on the schedule for Week 16 of the NFL season.
Listen Live: New England Patriots at Houston Texans [Live Audio] Sunday Night FootballListen to the Sunday Night Football matchup between the New England Patriots and the Houston Texans in Houston starting with pre-game at 8 p.m. on 105.7 The Fan!
Even Without Peyton Manning, Patriots-Broncos Is Game Of The WeekHere's a look at the Patriots vs. Broncos this weekend in addition to a few other games worth watching in Week 12.
5 NFL Games You Can't Miss This Weekend (Week 6)Here are five games you want to make sure you don't miss this coming weekend.
Week 1 Fantasy Tips With Phil GentilePhil Gentile joined the Scott Garceau Show to help us with some Week 1 Fantasy Football questions.
Steve Davis: Commissioner Roger Goodell Was In A No-Win SituationI'm not the least bit surprised that the NFL and Roger Goodell did not lessen the penalty against Tom Brady.
Ravens Owner Denies "Deflategate" RumorsRavens owner Steve Bisciotti issued a statement after reports surfaced that he tried to influence Commissioner Roger Goodell on "Deflategate."
NFL Finds Patriots Employees Probably Deflated BallsAn NFL investigation released Wednesday said that New England Patriots employees likely deflated footballs used in the AFC Championship and that quarterback Tom Brady was probably "at least generally aware" of the rules violations.