49ers LB coach Jim Leavitt isn't letting the fallout of South Florida define his career.
PFW publisher Hub Arkush is happy to the big game is back in New Orleans, which has overcome so much to make its return to the Super Bowl stage.
Ray Rice and Frank Gore lead their teams' running games, but Bernard Pierce and LaMichael James have helped elevate them to a new level.
The 49ers franchise peaked decades ago; the Ravens are near the precipice, holding on for dear life. Tom Danyluk offers his take on the big game.
49ers TE Vernon Davis has flickered between hot and cold, but he'll be a tough matchup for the Ravens.
Randy Moss and Matt Birk have taken fascinating paths from Vikings teammates to Super Bowl foes, 15 years in the making.
History tells us that Andy Reid's arrival in Kansas City should bode well for the Chiefs' tight ends, writes contributor Herbie Teope.
There will be plenty of eyes Sunday fixated on some of the best linebackers in the NFL today. Just make sure you also key in on the fullbacks they will be meeting in the hole.
Ray Rice has been the forgotten man during the Ravens’ playoff run, but he has the skills to be a big factor in Super Bowl XLVII.
You've heard about Ray Lewis, the Harbaugh brothers and the interesting QB battle. Now check out some other fascinating Super Bowl story lines.
There's an argument to be made for making New Orleans the permanent host city of the Super Bowl, but it would be the wrong move, writes Keith Schleiden.
The Ravens have the tall task of slowing down 49ers dual-threat QB Colin Kaepernick in Super Bowl XLVII.
PFW breaks down what to watch and who has the edge in Super Bowl XLVII between the 49ers and Ravens.
PFW and media critic Barry Jackson honor the best in NFL broadcasting with the 21st annual Griddy Awards.
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones is sending a clear message: He doesn't want Jason Garrett, but he doesn't want to fire him, either.