Keidel: Case Keenum Leading Vikings To Top Seed In NFCIt may come as a surprise to some, but journeyman quarterback Case Keenum has led the Minnesota Vikings to a 10-2 record and the NFC's No. 1 spot through three quarters of the season.
Keidel: NFC South Is Back On TopThe Carolina Panthers and New Orleans Saints play for NFC South lead, as the Atlanta Falcons climb back into the playoff picture.
Keidel: Falcons-Patriots Super Bowl Rematch Not A PreviewThe Falcons-Patriots game Sunday is a Super Bowl rematch, but it doesn't feel like a preview, because neither team is that good.
Keidel: Refs Cost Lions A Win Over FalconsGolden Tate's last-minute touchdown that would've put the Lions ahead was close. But the TD call shouldn't have been reversed.
Keidel: Will Falcons Or Lions Stay Undefeated?The Falcons meet the Lions in Week 3's only game between undefeated teams. And the match-up is closer than you might think.
Rookie Conner Stars In Steelers' 17-13 Win Over FalconsRookie running back James Conner set up Pittsburgh's winning fourth-quarter touchdown pass in the Steelers' 17-13 exhibition victory over the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Dobbs To Get Extended Look In Second Preseason GameMike Tomlin announced Friday afternoon that rookie QB Joshua Dobbs will start for the Steelers' preseason game against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday.
Falcons Wide Receiver Mohamed Sanu Shares Heartwarming Note From FansThe Falcons wide receiver got a nice message from a family that was behind him on his flight.
Keidel: Falcons' Super Bowl Win Next Season UnlikelySuper Bowl losers rarely return to win the big game the next season. And odds are that the Falcons will continue that trend.
Keidel: Patriots Dynasty In The Age Of Free AgencyWith their fifth Super Bowl title, Tom Brady and Bill Belichick's Patriots have made the most remarkable run in NFL history.
Patriots Of Brady, Belichick Are GOAT, No ExcusesThere really is no argument anymore: The New England Patriots are the best football team ever.
Vote For Your Favorite Super Bowl LI CommercialsCompanies pay millions of dollars every year to advertise during the Super Bowl. So, which one was your favorite?

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