Here are the top stories from Saturday:
The Steelers pulled off a wild, 18-16 comeback win over the Bengals. Here's a look at a few of our stories from the game:
ESPN Stats & Information: Bengals-Steelers rivalry is a painful one
The Chiefs ended their 22-year drought of playoff wins with a 30-0 beatdown of the Texans. Here's a look at a few of our stories from the game:
ESPN Stats & Information: Alex Smith is efficient and effective
The Dolphins hired Bears offensive coordinator Adam Gase as their new head coach. From James Walker's story on Miami going with another young coach: "New Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase could be the next John Harbaugh or Mike Tomlin, who were young, first-time head coaches who led their teams to Super Bowls. Gase comes with a lot of buzz and is considered a fast-rising coach in NFL circles. But Gase also could be the next Joe Philbin, Jim Tomsula or Mike Pettine, who were recent first-time head coaches who quickly flamed out on the job."
Report: NFL commissioner Roger Goodell bashes plans against relocation (by Eric D. Williams)
From Tory Zawacki's story on how Redskins quarterback Kirk Cousins' 'You like that?!' became a Washington rallying cry: "The mantra for the 2015 Washington Redskins and their quarterback, Kirk Cousins, wouldn't be seen by most of us until moments after it happened; after the video was posted to Vine, then shared, tweeted and retweeted. For CSN Mid-Atlantic reporter Tarik El-Bashir, he experienced it the old-fashioned way: in front of his face ... or more accurately, at his face."
That's so Browns: Quarterback Johnny Manziel and the Houston Texans (by Pat McManamon)
Texans linebacker Jadeveon Clowney inactive vs. Chiefs, briefly leaves stadium (by Tania Ganguli)
Bengals coach Marvin Lewis is now 0-7 in the playoffs.
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