COMMENTARY | The Dallas Cowboys and Kansas City Chiefs enter Sunday's matchup having opened the season in Week 1 with as divergent of victories as possible. While each team will offer a unique challenge compared to the New York Giants and Jacksonville Jaguars, respectively, the expectation is that this game will be very competitive.
COMMENTARY | When the Dallas Cowboys enter Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday afternoon to take on the Kansas City Chiefs both teams will be sporting identical 1-0 records, yet will be coming off very different paths to victory.
Sept 11 (Reuters) - Each Wednesday, The Lineman offers his predictions and analysis of six matchups from that week's National Football League (NFL) schedule. - - Last Week 2-4 Pick of the Week 0-1 - - PICK OF THE WEEK Dallas Cowboys (1-0) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-0) (Line: Cowboys +2.5) The Chiefs won just two games last season yet this year they have been tipped as favorites for the second consecutive week. Blowing out the toothless Jaguars is one thing, giving up points to the Cowboys is another. I like the Chiefs, I really do. ...
The NFL will issue no punishment to the New York Giants after the league reviewed whether Giants players Dan Connor and Cullen Jenkins deliberately tried to slow the Dallas Cowboys offense by faking injuries, ESPN reported Tuesday.
COMMENTARY | The loss of running back Andre Brown during preseason loomed heavily over the Giants' offense during their meeting with the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday night, September 8, 2013. Starter David Wilson proved he was not ready for the spotlight -- coughing up 2 fumbles and missing numerous, key blocking assignments -- in the Giants brutal 35-31 loss.
COMMENTARY | The Dallas Cowboys can breathe a sigh of relief now that X-rays on Tony Romo's ribs have come back negative, an injury the quarterback suffered late in the second quarter in Sunday night's 36-31 win over the New York Giants.
New York Giants running back David Wilson fought his way out of coach Tom Coughlin’s doghouse once before. It appears he will have to do it again. [ Yahoo! Sports Fantasy Football is open for business ] Wilson had issues holding onto the ball as a rookie, but worked hard to gain the trust of his coaches last season. He finished out that season so strong, coaches were confident enough to let Wilson battle Andre Brown for a starting position this offseason. Wilson eventually won the job, and Brown was placed on short-term IR after fracturing his leg in the preseason finale. However, Wilson fumbled twice during a recent 36-31 loss against the Dallas Cowboys, and Coughlin eventually benched his starting running back. When asked if Wilson will start against the Denver Broncos, Coughlin was noncommittal on Monday. “I’m not going to get into that yet,” Coughlin said. “We’ll see what happens here as we get started in the week.” Coughlin did not address reports that New York planned to work out Brandon Jacobs and Willis McGahee on Tuesday. Da’Rel Scott, who replaced Wilson on Sunday, and rookie Michael Cox are the only remaining running backs on New York’s roster. It is hard to imagine Coughlin will bench Wilson this weekend. New York does not have many options in its ground game. Wilson may have fumbled twice, but New York committed six turnovers. He was just one of the problems New York had, and despite those issues, the Giants were only defeated by five points. Considering how impressive Denver's offense was in the season opener, New York will need Wilson's big-play capability to hang with Peyton Manning. “David Wilson is a very talented young man that we need on our football team to be productive and we’ve been down this road before,” Coughlin said. “We think we can have an impact on him being a better ball carrier, a better secure ball carrier. We’ll get that done.” Right after Wilson climbs out of the doghouse - again. - - - Hit us up on Twitter @YShutdownCorner , email us at shutdown.corner@yahoo.com and "Like" Shutdown Corner on Facebook for NFL conversation 365 days a year, the way it should be.
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones implied New York Giants players faked injuries during the Cowboys' victory on Sunday.
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- As frustrating as it might have been be for the New York Giants to have witnessed running back David Wilson's ball security issues in their 36-31 season-opening loss to the Dallas Cowboys, the good news is the Giants have been down this road before and have survived.
ARLINGTON, Texas (AP) -- - Brandon Carr and the Dallas Cowboys are serious about forcing turnovers.

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