Dunlap: Watt, Rizzo Prove There Are Good Guys In SportsHere's a story about a couple of good guys in sports and the good they have done in the past few days.
Team Grades: Texans Fail Playoff Test Miserably, Especially On OffenseFour first-half turnovers by quarterback Brian Hoyer didn't entirely bury the Houston Texans in their playoff home game against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it certainly didn't help, either.
2015 Houston Texans Look Like 2012 Baltimore RavensThe NFL playoffs are about the stars, usually the quarterbacks. However, in some cases, teams don't have star QBs and they have to rely on other players to make the big moments happen.
CBS Sports' Bill Cowher: "Extreme Sense Of Urgency" For Ravens To Win Thursday NightFormer Pittsburgh Steelers head coach and CBS Sports analyst Bill Cowher knows everything there is to know about football, and that's why he was the perfect person to speak to about some huge match-ups in week four.
5 Non-Baseball Players Who Would Crush The Home Run DerbyIt is a question often asked; how would a player in a particular sport fair if he/she played in another sport? With the annual MLB Home Run Derby next week, here are some non-baseball players who would be fun to watch in the competition.
Four Steelers Ranked In NFL's Top 100With one of the NFL's best offenses in 2014, it should come as no surprise that three members of that unit are in the top 25 of the NFL's Top 100 Players.
Brian Billick: Why Not Ben Roethlisberger For MVP? Former Super Bowl champion Ravens head coach and current NFL Network analyst Brian Billick joined “The Fan Morning Show” to help preview Saturday's Ravens/Steelers playoff matchup.
Team Grades: Steelers Earn Win Over Watt, TexansAfter a scoreless first quarter, the Pittsburgh Steelers score 24 points in the final three minutes of the first half and then hang on to beat the Houston Texans, 30-23. Pittsburgh moves to 4-3 on the season.