The Rewind: NFL Wild Card Weekend content

We hope everyone has had a chance to recover from New Years’ Eve, and settle into those resolutions, as the NFL playoffs are finally upon us. To help get you prepped for the Wild Card games this weekend, or pass the time until your team takes the field, check out the wealth of prime content we’ve put together for your enjoyment:


The Cardboard Bio – Ray Lewis – Check out Ray Lewis’ Hall of Fame career profiled through five of his best football cards.

NFL Playoffs bandwagon guide for dejected fans – Your team is done? Check out our guide to find out who else to root for during the playoffs.

Gridiron Breakdown: RG3 vs. Russell Wilson – Adam Rank takes a look at how the two rookies stack up head-to-head (no height pun intended).

The last time the Bengals won a playoff game… – The year was 1990, and this is what it looked like.

Minnesota Vikings vs. Green Bay Packers – Check out this infographic loaded with stats about the bitter rivalry.


QB (R)evolution – The three rookies are helping redefine what it means to play quarterback today. Find out how.

Moments that defined the rookie QBs – Andrew Luck, RG3, and Russell Wilson have had remarkable seasons, but what moments stood out for each?

Rookie Wingmen – Find out which other rookies played key roles in the rookie QBs’ run to the playoffs.

Numerology with Luck, RG3, and Wilson – See how the rookie QBs stacked up against each other by the numbers.


Top 5 most annoying types of NFL fans – You’ve met all of these people at some point this season… find out which type of fan is the most annoying.

Pick Six: Rookie Seasons – Adam Rank profiles the best rookie seasons across all major sports.

Unexpected (and expected) for week 17: Hide that flag! – Everything that surprised us and made us smile from week 17.

2012 NFL-ballooza: Our year in review – 2012 came to a close, so we recapped the best of the best from the NFL.

Black Monday edition: Curse, Coincidence, or Superstition – Seven coaches received the ax on “Black Monday.” See what craziness may have conspired to end their tenures.

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