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Cowboys Kick Six FGs to Beat Redskins
Rookie kicker Dan Bailey kicked a 40-yard field goal, his sixth of the game, with 1:47 left to lift the Dallas Cowboys to an 18-16 victory over the Washington Redskins at Cowboys Stadium on Monday Night.
Dallas quarterback Tony Romo completed a 30-yard pass to Dez Bryant on a third-and-21 at the Cowb…
Giants Beat Rams 28-16 Behind Manning’s 2 TDs
Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw two first half touchdown passes, and New York capitalized on numerous St. Louis mistakes to beat the Rams, 28-16, Monday night to improve to 1-1. The game marked the return to New York of Rams head coach Steve Spagnuolo, the former Giants defensive coordinator, w…
NFL 2011 Season – Week Two Preview
After players used week one of the 2011 NFL season to reward the football faithful with NFL records for passing yards, special-team return touchdowns and sacks, week two brings several early season games that could be  future playoff, or, perhaps, conference championship previews. With temperatures …
Broncos Fans Eager To Start ‘Tim Tebow Era’
It only took four quarters and one lackluster performance from Broncos’ starting quarterback Kyle Orton for the Denver faithful to start up a ‘Tebow’ chant during Monday night’s 23-20 loss to the Raiders.
The Denver Post reports that Broncos’ fans have already had enough of Orton and the conservative…
NFL 2011 Season – Week One Recap
Week one of the NFL season is in the books and there are tons of interesting story lines that will play out over the regular season. Here is a recap of all the action from the first week of the season.
NFL Players, Owners Near Deal to End Lockout: Sources
NFL players and owners have reportedly agreed on all major points in a new collective bargaining agreement, putting an end to the four-month-old lockout.
A union executive committee vote and press conference are expected on Monday. Insiders anticipate the deal will be in place by Wednesday to ensure …
Bears, Jets Win To Advance To Conference Championships
The Chicago Bears dumped the Seattle Seahawks 35-24 this afternoon in Chicago for the right to host the NFC Championship game next Sunday against the Green Bay Packers. In the AFC, the New York Jets defeated the New England Patriots 28-21, and will face the Steelers next Sunday in Pittsburgh.

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