There's little doubt New England is bound for the playoffs. They can officially punch their ticket to the postseason this Sunday. If the Pats take out Washington down at FedEx Field and the Chiefs upset the Jets, the AFC East title belongs to the Patriots. If they do clinch, this will be the ninth time in 11 seasons that they qualify for the playoffs. More amazingly, the Patriots have finished alone or tied for first place in the AFC East every year since 2001. They've been eliminated from playoff contention by tiebreakers (in 2002 and 2008) but the Patriots haven't finished out of first place in the division - record-wise - since 2000.
Jeff Howe joins Sports Tonight to explain why he agrees with Mike Felger that Bill Belichick mismanaged the QB snaps vs the Panthers.
Our Sports Tonight crew debates whether they agree with Colin Kaepernick's protest, and if his job should be in jeopardy because of his actions.
From now until the beginning of training camp, Bruins Insider Joe Haggerty is profiling players who will be on, or have a chance to be on, the 2016-17 Bruins. Today: Austin Czarnik.