Oakland Raiders Wild Card Opponent Profile: Texans Are A Historically Weak Division WinnerThe Oakland Raiders are in the playoffs for the first time since the 2002 season, when they lost Super Bowl XXXVII to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sadly, the Silver & Black won't have their starting quarterback available for the game, and perhaps their backup QB also will be unavailable. However, it may not matter much since the Raiders are playing the Houston Texans, default winner of the AFC South Division.
Denver Broncos Gutted By Free AgencyLosing quarterback Brock Osweiler and other key players in free agency, Super Bowl Champion Denver Broncos have tough offseason ahead.
Denver's Dominating Defense Looms Large Ahead Of AFC ChampionshipEven a healthy New England offense will be challenged to score against the Broncos.
Lots Of Drama Leaves Denver Battle-Tested Entering PlayoffsThe road to the number one seed in the AFC may have had its bumps, but the Broncos have also proven they can come up big in the face of pressure.
Broncos Ride Pats To VictoryLast night's Broncos win proved the Patriots are human and the Broncos are still alive. The NFL season gets even more interesting.
Raiders Flunk Final Season Test Against BroncosThe Oakland Raiders didn't score until the final five minutes of the game Sunday against the conference's best team, while the defense put the offense in a big hole early.