A Super Bowl at U.S. Bank Stadium could provide a crowd-noise advantage for the Eagles, too, because spoiled New England fans are likely to opt out of traveling to the frozen tundra of Minneapolis.
Las Vegas has set the Eagles-Vikings over-under at 38 points. If you want offensive fireworks, look elsewhere on Sunday. This game has a better chance of becoming a defensive slugfest. The better defense might be headed to the Super Bowl.
Like Eagles' Nick Foles, the Vikings' QBs has bounced around and persevered through setbacks.
The Eagles coach has gone from hot-seat lists in the preseason to coach-of-the-year lists in the postseason.
Penn's junior guard served an academic suspension in 2016 and went almost two years without competitive basketball. Now he's back.
Sixers point guard Ben Simmons showed a lot of spunk by standing up for himself against Kyle Lowry.
In the NFC title game, fans will see similar offenses, and two quarterbacks those offenses were not built around, initially.
There's nothing wrong with having the football gods smile on your team in the postseason.
The Wildcats play at Georgetown and new head coach Patrick Ewing. Temple, La Salle and St. Joe's are at home.
The Flyers, who have received more balanced scoring recently, will aim for their fifth straight win Tuesday against the host New York Rangers. Fourth-line left winger Taylor Leier will return to the Flyers' lineup.
The Sixers saw a 21-point lead shrink to one in the fourth quarter, but were able to hold on for their first win against a top-three Eastern Conference team.
City Six observations: The Quakers have established themselves as legitimate contenders.
Temple freshman Nate Pierre-Louis was named this week's American Athletic Conference Rookie of the Week after scoring a career-high 23 points in Saturday's 75-72 overtime loss to visiting Memphis.
The Vikings have the NFL's best defense and present a "daunting task." Also, more on Fletcher Cox and Jay Ajayi.