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Cold Hard Football Facts: Quality Stats 9-1 This Postseason

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 20, 2015

Since day one of the Cold Hard Football Facts, we've said our Quality Stats correlate directly to what wins football games. That's why it's not surprising that teams favored in our Quality Stats Power Rankings are 9-1 this postseason.



Super Bowl XLIX Third Team: The Officials

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 19, 2015

A look at the seven officials who will call the plays and penalties on Sunday February 1st in Super Bowl XLIX.



Patriots-Seahawks Super Bowl: The Two Best Things Going

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 19, 2015

Great Sunday of NFL action celebrated on Planet Pigskin. It's down to New England and Seattle in the fight for the Lombardi Trophy. Learn to love it, it's the best thing going.



AFC-NFC Championship Game Stats & Facts

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 18, 2015

Plenty of history is on the line Sunday. The two highest-rated passers in postseason history compete in the NFC championship game, while in the AFC the Colts hope to keep the Belichick-Brady Patriots from rewriting the Super Bowl record books.



2014 NFL Divisional Playoffs Most-Watched Evah!

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 15, 2015

EVVVAHHH!



NFC Conference Championship Game Capsule: Packers At Seahawks

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 15, 2015

Capsules of information.



AFC Conference Championship Game Capsule: Colts @ Patriots

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 15, 2015

Not available in gel-tab form. Only capsules.



NFL VP of Officiating Dean Blandino Talks Dez Bryant No-Catch Ruling

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 12, 2015

Blah blah blah blah it was a catch.



Patriots Survive Near-Death Experience Against the Ravens

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 11, 2015

The Patriots came within five minutes of being rolled into the CHFF morgue for a season-ending autopsy but Tom Brady refused to let the patient die.



Tom Brady Now All-Time Postseason Leader In, Like, Everything

Cold, Hard Football Facts for January 11, 2015

Tom Brady passed for 3 TDs and a franchise playoff record 367 yards to lead New England to a thrilling 35-31 win over the Baltimore Ravens Saturday. The future Hall of Fame QB is now the all-time postseason leader in just about everything.



 



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