Thursday Night Breakdown: Titans, Jaguars In Battle Of Struggling QBsThe Titans and Jaguars are floundering this season, and QB play is a big reason. Can Mariota or Bortles turn it around on TNF?
CBS Sports' Rich Gannon: No NFL Team Wants To Play Steelers In PlayoffsNFL on CBS analyst Rich Gannon gave his thoughts on three Week 15 games, all of which have playoff implications, and how teams may fare.
Report: Marcus Mariota’s Redskins Visit CancelledMarcus Mariota's visit with Redskins reportedly cancelled.
Mariota Speculation Continues as Redskins GM Says, 'Can Never Have Enough’ QBsRedskins GM Scot McCloughan broke his offseason silence in time to fuel the Marcus Mariota speculation.
Howard Eskin Also Says Redskins Will Draft Marcus MariotaThe Redskins will select Marcus Mariota with the 5th pick in the draft, according to Philly sports personality Howard Eskin.
Does drafting quarterback Marcus Mariota make sense for the Redskins?In light of John Clayton's mind-numbing report that the Redskins wouldn't pass on Marcus Mariota, should they really anyway?
SNIDER: Mariota factor haunts RedskinsTo Marcus Mariota, or not Marcus Mariota – that is the Redskins’ haunting question.
John Clayton says Redskins will Draft Marcus Mariota if He's on the board at No. 5The Redskins will draft Marcus Mariota if he’s available when the pick at No. 5, ESPN’s John Clayton says.
Redskins in Position of Power with 5th Pick in DraftShould the Redskins attempt to trade the 5th pick in the draft? There's a lot to consider hidden in that simple question.
SNIDER: Should the Redskins Pick Mariota?Do the Washington Redskins have the nerve to draft Oregon quarterback Marcus Mariota with the fifth overall selection?
5 Players to Watch at NFL’s Scouting CombineRedskins GM Scot McCloughan is building his draft board. With the NFL Combine next week, here are five key players to watch.
College Football Championship Preview: Ohio State Battles OregonThe final chapter of a new era in college football will be written Monday night in Arlington, Texas. The first year of the College Football Playoff will come to a close with Pac-12 champion Oregon squaring off against Big Ten champion Ohio State with the first, truly definitive, outright national championship on the line in the history of major college football.