Lawrence: NFL Playoffs Divisional Round ReduxThe NFL's Divisional Playoffs feature four rematches from earlier in the season. But a lot has changed since those games.
Lawrence: The Good, The Bad And The UglyAll NFL playoff teams are not created equal. Momentum, experience, health and leadership will help determine which teams survive.
Lawrence: Aaron Rodgers, Leader Of The PackRodgers was blamed for the Packers' early-season woes, even with the defense's poor play. But now Green Bay is surging.
Lawrence: Brock Or Bust For The TexansThe Texans benched the inconsistent Brock Osweiler against the Jaguars, but given his contract, he'll likely get another shot.
Lawrence: Cowboy ConflictDak Prescott struggled in the Cowboys loss to the Giants, leading to premature calls for Tony Romo to take over at quarterback.
Lawrence: Don't Forsake DefenseDefense wins championships in the NFL, and given this season's leading playoff contenders, the saying will likely hold true again.
Lawrence: The Cure For The NFL's Ratings CrisisFrom Brady and Brees to Newton and Wilson to Carr and Prescott, marquee quarterbacks attract big audiences to the NFL.
Lawrence: Thank you, NFL!Blasting the NFL is trendy in 2016, but Thanksgiving is the perfect time to count our football blessings.
Lawrence: Misery Loves CompanyWith so many NFL teams floundering after Week 10, it seems the season could effectively end for some even before Thanksgiving.
Lawrence: Surging Forward In The NFLAn NFL team is only as good as its record, and the Dolphins, Saints and Giants are starting to show just how good they are.
Lawrence: Halfway Home, The NFL Season After Week 8From the rise of the NFC East and AFC West to sagging TV ratings, what's trending after eight weeks of the 2016 NFL season?