Rodney Harrison, Terrell Owens and Deion Branch were the stars of Super Bowl XXXIX.
Tom Brady may be end up being MVP of the Super Bowl, but Corey Dillon will open the game up for him.
The Eagles are relying on several players in Super Bowl XXXIX, but none more than Donovan McNabb.
Why will the Super Bowl live up to billing? Because it's the first game this postseason featuring two complete teams.
Even though Terrell Owens might not play in the Super Bowl, you can't fault him for making the effort.
Would a Patriots win make them a dynasty? I tackle that question and more as we gear up for Super Bowl XXXIX.
Rookie Ben Roethlisberger is a key for both the Steelers and Patriots on Sunday, as Michael Vick is a key for both the Falcons and Eagles.
The Falcons and Patriots were so dominant this weekend it's hard to pick anyone else to reach the Super Bowl.
Would a Patriots win make them a dynasty? I tackle that question and four more as we gear up for Super Bowl XXXIX.
Each game this weekend has at least one key matchup, a player who must step up and an intangible.
As postseason dawns, health and weather are two key elements – but the weather at Lambeau will be a non-factor.
When the smoke clears, the Patriots will hoist the Lombardi Trophy as Super Bowl champs on Feb. 1.
ESPN analyst Joe Theismann answers six key questions concerning the playoffs.
ESPN analyst Joe Theismann answers five key questions after Week 2 of the 2002 NFL season.