December 2011


Not only has Dez Bryant settled up his debt with a New York investment firm, he’s matured incredibly over...
The 2011 regular season concludes with a grand feast of football in primetime: the Dallas Cowboys (8-7) visit the New York Giants (8-7) in a winner-take-all battle to represent the NFL’s Glamour Division, the NFC East, in the postseason. The loser misses out on the playoffs and is left wondering what might have been. It’s a fitting way to kick off the New Year and celebrate the 100th meeting in the history of the Cowboys-Giants rivalry.
Despite San Francisco's impressive 12-3 record, the 49ers' offense leads the league in only one category - protecting the football.
By MARK LONG AP Sports Writer
In the NFC East, it probably would not come as a shock if any one of the four coaches was fired at the end of...
SUNDAY GAMEDAY LIVE CHAT Our weekly GameDay live chat returns to its normal day and time at 10:30am eastern on...
By Len Pasquarelli The Sports Xchange For all his perceived foibles, a four-season record of 29-33 that earned Tony Sparano a pink slip after 13 games this season, Miami Dolphins tailback Reggie Bush is grateful to the deposed head coach for one significant thing.
If the Dallas Cowboys continue to play without mental toughness, franchise legend Emmitt Smith thinks the team will get blew out ... blowed out on Sunday against the New York Giants. Blown out. The Hall of Fame running back told … Continue reading ?
Week 17 Arizona Cardinals Seahawks at Cardinals by Jess Root of Revenge of the Birds Impact Injuries: Kevin...
After missing the last month, Giants defensive end Osi Umenyiora is optimistic about his status Sunday night for a critical game against Dallas. He's also uncertain about it. Umenyiora missed the last four games because of a high ankle sprain -- the team won't say which leg -- but has practiced on a limited basis this week, including Wednesday.

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