Fisher era begins in St. Louis; looking ahead to 2012 NFL Draft

The next era begins in St. Louis Tuesday as the Rams will introduce Jeff Fisher as their new head coach at 2 p.m. ET. Tune into NFL Network for live coverage and analysis.

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Watch the 49ers' 36-32 win over the Saints in its entirety on Tuesday, Jan. 17 at 8 p.m. ET.

Here's what else is on tap for Tuesday:

» With the Jan. 15 draft declaration deadline now behind us, takes an immersive look at the 2012 NFL Draft with mock draft boards from 15 top NFL analysts.

» Now that the Packers and Saints have been eliminated, our experts debate who'll emerge victorious in Super Bowl XLVI.

» Listen in to The Coaches Podcast as Brian Billick and Dennis Green tell us who they think will reach Super Bowl XLVI.

» Tom Brady was overshadowed by Tebowmania last week, but Michael Lombardi says Brady flipped the script Sunday, putting on a clinic against Denver.

» Jack Harbaugh has been around football for decades, but he was like a kid again this weekend watching his sons John and Jim coach their teams to playoff victories.

» Catch a replay of last Saturday's thrilling divisional-round showdown in San Francisco between the Saints and 49ers at 8 p.m. ET on NFL Network.

» The Texans enjoyed a breakthrough year, but ultimately rampant injuries cost them a shot at the Super Bowl. Elliot Harrison looks at Houston's chances next season.

» The "Ghost to the Post" and the "Immaculate Reception" nicknames had to come from somewhere. You can be a part of NFL history and help name the greatest moments from this season's divisional playoffs.

» The February issue of NFL Magazine will feature an exclusive interview with the controversial Ndamukong Suh, a profile of Aaron Rodgers, pivotal playoff moments and more.

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