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Judging by my horrendous, worst-of-my-career, record picking games this year, I probably am. But after covering the Eagles' romp in the snow Sunday before watching the Cowboys freeze out Monday night, an inescapable conclusion has to be drawn...It
Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers still has not been medically cleared to return from a broken left collarbone, according to coach Mike McCarthy...We've got to go out there and prepare for both, Cowboys defensive end George Selvie said...It'
Tell us If they gave out a football trophy for being hardheaded, knuckleheaded, or stupidity-headed, not even a crowbar could pry Jerry Jones' hands off that piece of hardware...But in a risky personal move this morning, I will challenge for second
Rodgers, recovering from a broken collarbone, is practicing but his status for Sunday's game is uncertain for now. He's experienced pain while practicing and a recent scan didn't show enough healing for him to play last Sunday against Atlanta.
The good news is an MRI on the injured neck of middle linebacker Sean Lee revealed no structural damage. Lee should be able to play Sunday, which is what he predicted in the locker room after Monday night's game in frosty Chicago. Lee had missed the
If the Cowboys do, in fact, have that secret sauce to once again win championships, as Stephen Jones claims, they'd better get it out this week...The Cowboys brought the worst defense in the NFL to Chicago Monday night to play in frigid temperatures.
Three first-year Bears tight end Martellus Bennett, defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff and special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis spent much more of their professional careers in Dallas than they have in Chicago. So Monday night's prime-time game
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told The Dallas Morning News on Thursday he has a special memory of Nelson Mandela, the former South African president who died Thursday at the age of 95. On the morning of the Cowboys' Oct. 24, 1999 home game against
When visiting basketball teams trot down the tunnel between their locker room and the playing floor at the Arena-Auditorium on the University of Wyoming campus they pass some very tall numbers painted on the wall. The welcome sign announces that they