Thursday Night Breakdown: Titans, Jaguars In Battle Of Struggling QBsThe Titans and Jaguars are floundering this season, and QB play is a big reason. Can Mariota or Bortles turn it around on TNF?
CBS Sports' Rich Gannon: No NFL Team Wants To Play Steelers In PlayoffsNFL on CBS analyst Rich Gannon gave his thoughts on three Week 15 games, all of which have playoff implications, and how teams may fare.
How Other 1-2 Quarterback Classes Worked OutWinston and Mariota are the sixth pair of quarterbacks drafted 1-2 overall in league history
The Biggest Week 1 Match-UpsWhat to watch for in week 1
Players Who Will Be Celebrating Their Birthdays Week One Of the 2015 NFL Regular SeasonHopefully these players can keep celebrating after their team leaves the field!
Richard Sherman, Britney Spears Will Be ESPY Awards PresentersActor and comedian Joel McHale will host the show, which air on July 15 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.
Goodell Botches Mariota's Name During NFL DraftWinning a Heisman Trophy and playing in the national championship game should be enough for everyone to know how to pronounce Marcus Mariota's name by now.
Titans Select Oregon's Marcus Mariota With 2nd Overall PickMariota could start the season opener Sept. 13 at Tampa Bay against the top pick, Jameis Winston
NFL Draft: 5 Things To Look For In The First Round ThursdayCommissioner Roger Goodell says Chicago has "overdelivered" as host of the 2015 NFL draft. And the picks haven't even begun.
2015 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks’ Picks, Day One Highlights, and Washington State StorylinesThe 2015 NFL Draft kicks off Thursday, April 30th from the Auditorium Theatre in Chicago, Illinois, and will run through Saturday, May 2. The Seattle Seahawks have 11 picks, all in the second- through seventh-rounds
Ducks Fall In What May Be Mariota's Last GameMarcus Mariota's season ended without the honor that mattered to him most. Now Oregon waits to see if he will be back for another try.
College Football Championship Preview: Ohio State Battles OregonThe final chapter of a new era in college football will be written Monday night in Arlington, Texas. The first year of the College Football Playoff will come to a close with Pac-12 champion Oregon squaring off against Big Ten champion Ohio State with the first, truly definitive, outright national championship on the line in the history of major college football.