A debatable non-call on Monday night will steal the headlines, but week 11 saw the gap between the haves and have-nots increase further
Which coaches could soon be out the door?
Offensive Linesman has given first interview since being suspended
A look at the major talking points from week nine in the NFL
Police investigators have been searching for evidence in the vicinity of the 23-year-old’s luxury home after the body of Odin Lloyd was found a mile away
Ring was one of many given to the New England Patriots team after they won Super Bowl in February 2005
Brothers Jim and John will make history when they lead out respective teams at the Super Bowl
Injury to promising Redskins quarterback even raises questions in the White House
Manning the hero as New York win Super Bowl despite running in a late touchdown in error
Eli Manning engineered the last-minute touchdown to give New York the lead, then started celebrating as Tom Brady's desperation pass hit the ground in the last act of the Super Bowl.
Eli Manning can lead the Giants to glory and further his claim to being his family's best quarterback.
It’s déjà vu. Four years ago, the New England Patriots faced the New York Giants in Super Bowl XLII.
A mere 48 hours ago, he was America's most adored athlete, living a fairy tale that some dreamed might take his team to the Super Bowl. This chilly Monday morning, Tim Tebow is an afterthought to the NFL season as it moves towards its climax – a quarterback with uplifting game-side rituals but once again of uncertain career prospects.
If it ever went away, Tebow-mania is back in the NFL. For much of the regular season, Denver Broncos quarterback Tim Tebow made himself a national cult – hurling winning, last-minute touchdown passes and then kneeling on the touchline to give thanks to the Almighty for his deliverance, in a gesture that spawned its own word, "Tebowing". But in the last few games the magic had deserted him, and the Broncos barely made the play-offs.
Star quarterback Aaron Rodgers' season for ages is helping Green Bay blow opponents away
The creative back line skills of the Crusaders in the highly revealing Super 15 game at Twickenham on Sunday were better than almost anything I have seen in world rugby since the French at the start of the 1970s.