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Which QB 35 or older has the best shot at winning multiple SB titles?
At 38 years old, Ben Roethlisberger just said, "I still want to win Lombardis. And I say that with an 'S' on the end." Well, alright. NFL Network analysts debate which starting quarterback 35 or older has the best shot at winning multiple Super Bowl titles.
NFC North training camp preview: Packers aim to repeat; Vikings reload
Can the Packers repeat last year's success despite entering with a familiar unanswered question? How will an infusion of young talent affect the Vikings? Grant Gordon examines all four NFC North teams ahead of training camp, identifying position battles, strengths and weaknesses for each.
First-round conundrums linger for Aaron Rodgers, Packers
Jordan Love recently signed his rookie contract with the Packers. It's the third time a quarterback has been drafted in the first round by Green Bay with a QB who had previously won most valuable player still on the roster, according to NFL Research.
Brett Favre: Packers can use Jordan Love like Taysom Hill
The Packers surprised everyone when selecting Jordan Love in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft, and while it's a similar situation when the team drafted Aaron Rodgers upon his own departure from Green Bay, the Hall of Famer thinks they can utilize both QBs on the field.
Predicting each NFC team's MVP in 2020: Vander Esch defines Dallas
Will the Cowboys' season be defined by a linebacker? Is Calvin Ridley about to take the torch from Julio Jones in Atlanta? Can the Seahawks let Russell Wilson be great? Dan Hanzus predicts each NFC team's MVP for the 2020 season.
Ranking the eight NFL divisions by quarterback: NFC South claims No. 1
How do the NFL's eight divisions stack up in terms of strength at the game's most important position? Adam Schein provides his annual division rankings by quarterback. Which quartet of teams holds the No. 1 spot as we head toward the 2020 season?
NFL releases complete 2020 regular-season schedule
The 2020 NFL season will kick off with a rematch of one of the most memorable playoff games from last season. The Super Bowl champion Kansas City Chiefs begin their title defense against Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans on Thursday, Sept. 10.