Green Bay's second-year coach took the ball out of the hands of Aaron Rodgers, the NFL's presumptive MVP, and put his trust in a defense that hadn't consistently delivered all season.
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Nebraska coach Scott Frost disagrees with the popular fan narrative that his offense trails the Husker defense by a wide margin.
Wilks, who hasn't worked in college football in 15 years, will replace Ryan Walters as Missouri's defensive coordinator.
Tom Brady's quest for a seventh Super Bowl ring continues, thanks to a young defense that's regained its swagger when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers needed it most.
In the Packers' playoff-opening, 32-18 victory over the Rams at noisy — yes, noisy — Lambeau Field, the offense went up against the best defense the NFL has to offer and controlled the game from start to finish.
Packers coach Matt LaFleur was convinced running the ball was vital to winning their NFC Divisional playoff showdown with the NFL’s No. 1 scoring defense, not only to be productive but to set up what he wanted to do in the passing game.
No one showed up for work on Green Bay's defense this season more than Adrian Amos, who started all 16 games and played 1,008 defensive snaps — meaning he was on the field for 98.2% of the plays.