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FEBRUARY 7, 2016
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  1. 2/1: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM PT
  2. 2/1: Opening Night
    5PM - 8PM PT
  1. 2/2: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM PT
  1. 2/3: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM PT
  1. 2/4: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM PT
  1. 2/5: NFL Experience
    3PM - 10PM PT
  1. 2/6: NFL Experience
    10AM - 10PM PT
  2. 2/6: NFL Honors
    6PM - 8PM PT
  1. 2/7: Super Bowl Kickoff
    3:30PM PT

NFL Experience tickets on sale

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Featured Headlines

  1. Fans have opportunity to reserve SB LI tickets

    For the first time ever, all fans of the remaining playoff teams can reserve their Super Bowl tickets in advance. Fans will only pay if their team reaches the big game. Read

  2. Super Bowl LI: The five sexiest potential matchups

    We're down to eight teams. Which clash would give Super Bowl LI the most juice? Marc Sessler ranks his top five -- and while Aaron Rodgers vs. Tom Brady makes the cut, it's not No. 1. Read

  3. Guys with the most to prove in the Divisional Round

    How'll Brock Osweiler fare against Bill Belichick's D? Can Richard Sherman contain Julio Jones? Is Ben Roethlisberger in trouble vs. the ballhawking Chiefs? Gregg Rosenthal says the heat is on. Read

  4. If healthy, Steelers primed for playoff run

    Despite the Steelers' huge offensive showing Sunday, Big Ben's leg injury -- however minor it may turn out to be -- provided sobering ballast to the team's soaring title expectations, Judy Battista writes. Read

  5. Mike McCarthy set tone for Packers' turnaround

    Mike McCarthy has led the Packers to seven straight wins and a Divisional Round matchup against the Cowboys. Michael Silver looks at how the coach has quieted the critics after a 4-6 start. Read

  6. Big Ben injures ankle in win

    Get ready for another week of Ben Roethlisberger injury drama. The Steelers QB arrived to his postgame news conference with a boot on his right foot following Pittsburgh's 30-12 win. Read

  7. End Around

    Tom Brady has played two seasons of playoff games

    When Tom Brady takes the field on Saturday vs. the Texans, it will mark the 32nd postseason start. The 32 games are equivalent to two full regular-season campaigns, which, I mean, c'mon man. Read

  8. The Debrief: Loaded divisional matchups ahead

    Russell Wilson's Seahawks have a date on tap with Matt Ryan's Falcons. Gregg Rosenthal looks back at a lopsided Wild Card Weekend and ahead to a loaded slate of Divisional Round games. Read

  9. For overlooked Jadeveon Clowney, the time is now

    Jadeveon Clowney reminded the nation on Saturday afternoon why the Texans drafted him first overall in 2014. Gregg Rosenthal explains why, for Clowney, the best may still be yet to come. Read

  10. Super Bowl Opening Night

    Get your tickets for Super Bowl Opening Night

    Be one of the first to see your Super Bowl teams live in Houston! Buy online now with tickets starting as low as $20 and reserve your spot at Super Bowl Opening Night. Follow

  11. End Around

    History! Wild Card Weekend is most lopsided since 1981

    We did it, guys. We made it. We watched 240 minutes of the most lopsided Wild Card football since the last days of the Carter administration and lived to complain about it. Read

  12. Rodgers, Packers pull away from Giants

    Aaron Rodgers threw another four touchdown passes, including a first-half Hail Mary score, to lead the Green Bay Packers to a 38-13 win over the New York Giants at Lambeau Field. Read

  13. Brown, Bell run wild as Steelers stomp undermanned Dolphins

    The Steelers are moving on to the divisional round and a date with the Chiefs in Kansas City. Pittsburgh defeated Miami in the AFC Wild Card round, 30-12, Sunday to advance to face the Chiefs. Read

  14. Thomas Rawls re-establishes ground game in Seattle

    Thomas Rawls ran roughshod over the Lions on Saturday. Jeffri Chadiha examines how the Seahawks running back could be the final piece to Seattle's championship puzzle. Read

  15. Campbell: Seattle 'unstoppable' when run game is rolling

    Arizona Cardinals defensive end Calais Campbell joins the "GameDay Prime" crew to chat about the Seattle Seahawks when their run game is rolling. Watch
  16. Rawls powers Seahawks past Lions

    Thomas Rawls' record night has propelled Seattle into a matchup with the Falcons. The running back broke a franchise playoff rushing record during the Seahawks' 26-6 win over the Lions. Read

  17. End Around

    Richardson makes Catch of the Year submission

    We have a late-entry candidate for Catch of the Year. Respectful round of applause for Paul Richardson. Just how did he make that catch during Saturday's win over the Lions? Read

  18. O'Brien: I have two years left on my Texans deal

    It doesn't sound like Houston Texans coach Bill O'Brien is planning on going anywhere.What he had to say about the rumors that he could be leaving the team. Read

  19. Top-10 third-down QBs

    Ben Roethlisberger leads the top 10 third-down quarterbacks in Next Gen Stats' Air Yards to the Sticks metric. Matt Harmon looks at the 10 best quarterbacks throwing in these situations from 2016. Read

  20. Lazy man's guide to the NFL playoffs

    Want to sound smart about the Steelers? Eager to impress your pals during Packers-Giants? Don't want to do any homework? James Koh has you covered with his lazy man's playoff guide. Read

  21. Texans shut down Raiders in wild-card win

    The Houston Texans are moving on to the Divisional Round. Led by Jadeveon Clowney and Brock Osweiler, the Texans defeated the outmanned Raiders, 27-14 in Saturday's AFC Wild Card Game. Read

  22. Super Debate

    Wild Card Weekend to SBLI: Who has best chance?

    Which Wild Card Weekend team has the best chance to go to Super Bowl LI? Is it Aaron Rodgers' Packers? Pete Carroll's Seahawks? Or Le'Veon Bell's Steelers? NFL Media analysts debate! Read

  23. Game Picks

    Wild Card Round predix: Can No. 9 lower the Boom?

    Matthew Stafford has guided the Lions to a number of wild wins this season, but can Detroit knock off the Seahawks in Seattle? Elliot Harrison provides his forecast for Wild Card Weekend. Read

  24. NFL Playoff Picture

    Playoff Picture: Chiefs, Falcons lock up No. 2 seeds

    Stars on the Chiefs and Falcons weren't going to let their teams slip in the playoff seeding, securing a first-round bye. How does the rest of the field look? Read

  25. Under The Headset

    Playoff primer: The favored, feared and doomed

    Le'Veon Bell's Steelers boast seven straight wins, while Aaron Rodgers' Packers have taken six in a row. Brian Billick has each conference's favorite, most dangerous and least dangerous playoff team. Read

  26. Which NFC team will make it to the Super Bowl?

    NFL Network's Michael Robinson and Reggie Wayne discuss which team they think will go to the Super Bowl from the NFC. Watch
  27. Which AFC team will make it to the Super Bowl?

    NFL Network's Reggie Wayne and Michael Robinson pick who they think will make it to the Super Bowl from the AFC. Watch
  28. Road to Super Bowl goes through Dallas, New England

    The Cowboys and Patriots posted the league's best records, and so Dak Prescott and Tom Brady are in the driver's seat in the race for the Lombardi Trophy. Judy Battista examines the playoff picture. Read

  29. The K.C. Formula: Why this Chiefs team is different

    The Kansas City Chiefs secured the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye with another big win Sunday. Gregg Rosenthal explains why they're now legit contenders to win Super Bowl LI. Read

  30. Playoff Challenge: Your fantasy season isn't over!

    Thought your fantasy season was over? Think again! Sign up for the fantasy Playoff Challenge and keep your season alive. Read

  31. Who has the edge at wide receiver: Giants or Packers?

    NFL Network's Reggie Wayne debates if the New York Giants or Green Bay Packers have a better wide receiver group. Watch
  32. Matt Ryan bolsters MVP case, Falcons clinch No. 2 seed

    The Atlanta Falcons reached the end zone on all five first-half possessions, dismantling the New Orleans Saints and securing the NFC's No. 2 seed in a 38-32 victory. Here's what we learned. Read

  33. Chiefs clinch AFC West after win over Chargers

    The Kansas City Chiefs are your AFC West champions after a win over the San Diego Chargers after a 37-27 win on Sunday. Here's what we learned. Read

  34. Raiders fall to No. 5 seed with blowout loss to Broncos

    The Oakland Raiders had a chance to lock up the No. 2 seed and a first-round bye Sunday. After a disappointing loss to the Broncos, however, they fell all the way to the No. 5 seed. Read

  35. Mooch breaks down AFC playoff picture

    Steve Mariucci explains why he thinks the New England Patriots and Kansas City Chiefs are set to square off for the right to go to the Super Bowl. Watch
  36. How will resting starters impact Cowboys in playoffs?

    NFL Media's Steve Mariucci discusses why the Dallas Cowboys will benefit from the starters getting some extra rest in Week 17. Watch
  37. Bill O'Brien: There will be an 'evaluation' at QB before playoffs

    The Houston Texans react to their loss against the Tennessee Titans in Week 17. Watch
  38. Power Rankings

    Major movement in top 10

    The holiday weekend wasn't jolly for everyone, as the Raiders lost Derek Carr for the year and the Seahawks lost the No. 2 seed. How far did Oakland and Seattle drop in Elliot Harrison's rankings? Read

  39. NFC playoff picture: Chase for No. 2 seed

    The Falcons, Seahawks and Lions all have a chance to earn the precious bye of the No. 2 seed. Marc Sessler eyes the scenarios for each team. Plus, a look at the rest of the NFC playoff picture. Read

  40. AFC playoff picture: Contenders after Carr injury

    With Derek Carr out indefinitely, the Raiders' dream season has turned into a nightmare. Does Oakland still have a real shot at a Super bowl title? Gregg Rosenthal says yes -- under the right conditions. Read

  41. Carr a huge long shot for Super Bowl

    Derek Carr underwent surgery Tuesday and will push to return if the Raiders make the Super Bowl. However, his chances of making it back to the playing field are very slim. Read

  42. Julio Jones keeps playoffs in mind, limits snaps

    Julio Jones didn't push his injured toe in Saturday's game versus the Panthers. The Atlanta Falcons didn't need him to. The receiver was mindful of bigger games coming up on the schedule. Read

  43. Tickets now available for 2017 NFL Experience

    Tickets for NFL Experience Driven by Genesis -- pro football's interactive theme park -- are on sale now at Ticketmaster.com. Read

  44. Ranking all 50 Super Bowl games

    What's the greatest Super Bowl of all time? For that matter, what's the 23rd-best Super Bowl ever? Or the 43rd? And where does XLIX fit in? NFL historian Elliot Harrison ranks all 50 Super Bowls. Read

  45. Super Bowl Gigapixel

    Find yourself at Super Bowl 50

    Find yourself in Levi's Stadium and share a photo of yourself at the Super Bowl with your friends over social media using our panoramic photo technology. Follow

  46. Top NFL Films Shots: Super Bowl 50

    Relive the excitement of Super Bowl 50 through the lens of NFL Films in this edition of "Top NFL Films Shots". Watch
  47. Social media reacts to Broncos championship parade

    The Denver Broncos got to celebrate their Super Bowl championship with their fans in Denver on Tuesday. Check out some of the highlights on social media during the celebration. Read

  48. The Shek Report: Super Bowl 50

    NFL Media's Dave Dameshek breaks down the most shameful plays and players of Super Bowl 50! Find out who makes it onto Shek's final list of the 2015 season. Watch
  49. NFL Now

    Von Miller's journey to Super Bowl stardom

    Von Miller has gone from the second overall pick in the 2011 draft to the MVP of Super Bowl 50. Our experts discuss his journey, which led him to a standout performance on the biggest stage. Watch

  50. 'Sound FX': Offsides on missed FG?

    Check out some sounds from the field from a possible Broncos offsides and a missed Panthers field goal. Watch
  51. Elway: 'These players answered the bell'

    Denver Broncos Executive Vice President of Football Operations and General Manager John Elway discusses the adversity his team overcame this season in order to win Super Bowl 50. Watch
  52. 'Sound FX': Broncos get the best of the Panthers

    Listen in to some of the best sounds from the final quarter of Super Bowl 50 and the Denver Broncos' celebrations. Watch
  53. Where were celebrities sitting during Super Bowl 50?

    There were more than 76,000 people at Levi Stadium on Super Bowl Sunday, and thanks to a panoramic photo with over 26 billion pixels, you can see each and every one of them! Watch
  54. 'Sound FX': Panthers strike back

    Take a look at some of the sights and sounds from Carolina Panthers linebacker Luke Kuechly and quarterback Cam Newton's 2nd quarter comeback. Watch
  55. Game Center: Panthers vs. Broncos

    Miller, Broncos' D dominates as Peyton wins second title

    Von Miller had an electric performance on the biggest stage as the Broncos' defense helped Peyton Manning take home his second Super Bowl title.

  56. 2015 NFL cheerleaders: Best of Super Bowl 50

    Best images of cheerleaders from Super Bowl 50. View

  57. Manning, Miller and Ware celebrate during parade

    Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning, linebackers DeMarcus Ware and Von Miller, and owner Annabel Bowlen ride atop the float at the Denver Broncos Super Bowl 50 Celebration Parade. Watch
  58. Super Bowl 50

    Broncos rock Panthers' offense, say Cam 'tapped out'

    Denver's defense completely overwhelmed the Panthers' prolific attack in Super Bowl 50 -- and afterward, the Broncos had plenty to say about demolishing Cam Newton and Co. Michael Silver has the story. Read

  59. Gear up for the playoffs

    Gear up for the playoffs

    The playoffs are just around the corner - and we've got everything you need to represent your team. Get everything you need to gear up for the postseason at NFL Shop! Shop

  60. Bruno Mars and Beyonce crash halftime

    Bruno Mars and Beyonce join Coldplay and have a dance off during the Super Bowl 50 Halftime Show. Watch
  61. Kevin Durant at Super Bowl 50

    Kevin Durant took to the field for The Players' Tribune at Super Bowl 50 between the Denver Broncos and the Carolina Panthers. Check out the NBA superstar's photos from the field. View

  62. 'This one's for Pat'

    After winning Super Bowl 50, Broncos general manager John Elway dedicates the victory to Pat Bowlen, 18 years after Bowlen famously said, "This one's for John" after Super Bowl XXXII. Watch
  63. Peyton Manning goes to Disneyland

    Denver Broncos quarterback Peyton Manning talks about being at Disneyland and what the last day has been like for his family and friends. Watch
  64. Ealy makes history in Super Bowl 50

    Panthers defensive end Kony Ealy had arguably one of the best performances in Super Bowl history. Ealy is the only player to register three sacks and one interception in the Big Game. Read

  65. Where does the 2015 Broncos defense rank all-time?

    The Denver Broncos defense put on a clinic in Super Bowl 50, but is the unit the best ever? "The Aftermath" crew tells you where the unit ranks with the best defenses in NFL history. Watch
  66. Von Miller's unstoppable night earns him SB50 MVP

    Von Miller, the No. 2 overall pick in 2011, snagged the Super Bowl MVP award after leading a dominant Denver Broncos defense that shut down the NFL's No. 1 scoring offense. Read

  67. Coldplay, Beyonce, Bruno Mars deliver spectacle

    The NFL promised a halftime show that would honor the past, present and future of the Super Bowl era. Coldplay, Beyonce and Bruno Mars delivered a colorful spectacle on Sunday. Read

  68. Super Bowl 50

    Peyton earns second ring in Hollywood ending

    Despite all of Peyton Manning's achievements, his career didn't seem whole without a second title. That all changed when the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50 on Sunday, Judy Battista writes. Read

  69. Super Bowl 50 REMIX

    The Broncos are your NFL champions. Take a look back at all the best moments from Super Bowl 50 and see how Denver took the Vince Lombardi Trophy. Watch
  70. Super Bowl 50

    Watch all the best Super Bowl commercials

    Don't miss out on the moments everybody is talking about. Watch every Super Bowl commercial here as the action unfolds between the Panthers and Broncos in Super Bowl 50. Watch

  71. Lady Gaga sings the National Anthem

    As America celebrates the Fourth of July, watch as Lady Gaga opens Super Bowl 50 with her performance of the National Anthem. Watch
  72. Social media reaction to Broncos' win in Super Bowl 50

    Missed some of the best tweets while you were watching Super Bowl 50? Don't worry, the only social media reaction you need from the big game is right here. Read

  73. Gary Kubiak gets a celebratory Gatorade bath

    Denver Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak got a celebratory Gatorade bath from his team after they won Super Bowl 50 by taking down the Carolina Panthers at Levi's Stadium. Watch
  74. Denver Broncos trophy presentation

    Watch the Denver Broncos Lombardi Trophy celebration after defeating the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50. Watch
  75. Von Miller highlights

    See the best plays from Von Miller as the Broncos pass rusher racked up 2.5 sacks and forced two turnovers to take home MVP honors in Super Bowl 50. Watch
  76. Super Bowl 50 - Halftime Performance

    Take a look at the best photos as Coldplay, Beyonce, and Bruno Mars take the stage during halftime of Super Bowl 50. View

  77. Super Bowl 50

    Get the official Super Bowl 50 game day program

    For all of us that can't make it to San Francisco, the official Super Bowl 50 Program brings the big game to you. Get a digital version of the magazine that features interactive tools. Download

  78. The NFL announced that Lady Gaga will perform at halftime of Super Bowl LI at NRG Stadium. Take a look back some of the best moments from the performances through the years. View