Former Giants RB Brandon Jacobs, believes the Giants have the team to win the Super Bowl this season, per Christian Red of NY Daily News.  Jacobs knows what it takes to win a Super Bowl having notched two in his eight years with the Giants. For this year's Giants to make it to the championship game, he thinks its the offensive line that makes or breaks the team. "If the offensive line can block, I've got (the Giants) in the final game," Jacobs said at mariano Rivera's charity golf outing at Winged Foot Golf Club Monday. "If the offensive line can come alive and they run the ball a little more effectively this year than they've done in the past, I think there should be no one out there to stop

With the NFL's top sponsorship and premium seating revenues, the Dallas Cowboys were named the world's most valuable sports team Wednesday by Forbes magazine in its annual top-50 ranking. The Cowboys, who have not won a Super Bowl since 1996, jumped five percent in value to $4.2 billion (3.68 billion euros) to defend their 2016 position. Last year they unseated Spanish football powerhouse Real Madrid atop the global list.

For the second consecutive year, the Cowboys ranked atop Forbes‘ annual team value rankings. Jerry Jones’ team topped Real Madrid last year and retained the title of world’s most valuable sports franchise at $4.2 billion this year. Jones bought the

The Dallas Cowboys are worth $4.2 billion, making them the most valuable sports franchise for the second straight year, according to Forbes . In its annual rankings, Forbes placed the New York Yankees second — up from fourth a year ago — with a value of $3.7 billion. Next are three soccer clubs: Manchester United ($3.69 billion), Barcelona ($3.64) and Real Madrid ($3.58). The rest of the top 10 includes the New England Patriots ($3.4 billion), New York Knicks ($3.3 billion), New York Giants ($3.1 billion), San Francisco 49ers ($3 billion) and Los Angeles Lakers ($3 billion). The rankings are based on Forbes' valuations done over the last year for all NFL, NHL, NBA, MLB, soccer, NASCAR and Formula

NEW YORK (AP) -- The Dallas Cowboys are worth $4.2 billion, making them the most valuable sports franchise for the second straight year, according to Forbes . In its annual rankings, Forbes placed the New York Yankees

Coach Mike McCarthy would not put the team on his back after they got a lead, according to former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Greg Jennings. Jennings was on Fox Sports "Undisputed" on Wednesday, and while discussing why the Packers have only won one Super Bowl with Aaron Rodgers at quarterback, Jennings pointed to how McCarthy handles leads as a key reason. "If we had a lead, our issue wasn't the defense, our issue was Mike McCarthy—cause he would cuff us," Jennings said.

If you’re a Dallas Cowboys fan, you ride in a very nice bandwagon. Because according to the latest franchise valuation report from Forbes, the Cowboys are the most valuable sports team in the world. The Cowboys top the valuation list at $4.2 billion.

The New York Giants are attempting to convert former Notre Dame defensive tackle Jarron Jones into an offensive tackle, according to Andy Lipari of the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle. After signing with the Giants as an undrafted free agent, Jones began his career lining up in his traditional defensive tackle spot.

Running backs don’t hold the same value they once did. Yes, there are still some bell cows — and having a player that not only has the skills but also the durability to hold up like that is a major asset. Depth is obviously important, but if a team has a proven workhorse back, is having extra backups all that important?

ALAMEDA — Marshawn Lynch has already said that he’ll have the whole Town — that being Oakland — “riding with me” when he hits the field at the Coliseum this year. But that also extends to the brotherhood of Oakland natives playing in the NFL. “For Shawn to finish off this last little stretch of his career here at home, that’s dope,” Marcus Peters, the McClymonds High product and Kansas City Chiefs star, said Saturday at the 11th annual Fam 1st Foundation Football Camp. “I just told him he hella lucky,” added quarterback Josh Johnson, who has bounced around with several NFL teams — including two stints with the 49ers — and is currently with the New York Giants. “He gets to drive out of that building

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