1. 2010 NFL Playoffs: Who Will Advance To the Conference Championship Games?

    The 2010 NFL post season is in full swing. Last weekend, in the Wild Card games, the Seahawks shocked many people by upsetting the Saints at home, the Jets managed to knock off Peyton ...

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  2. With The 2010 College Bowl Season Behind Us, Here's How To Improve In 2011

    Imagine this: an entire month of college football, at least one game played almost every day, including many intriguing matchups. That sounds great, doesn’t it? That is what we just experienced: the college bowl season...

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  3. 2010 NFL Playoffs: Who Will Win the Wild Card Games?

    The NFL regular season has come to a close. Now it is time for the playoffs. All of the blood, sweat and tears the 12 playoff teams have put into the past 16 games will now reap the reward of a chance to win the coveted prize: the Lombardi Trophy...

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  4. Tony Romo: To Play or Not to Play? That Is the Question

    When Tony Romo took a direct hit from Michael Boley the night of Monday, October 25th, 2010, his left collarbone was broken. Once the news broke, most people thought Romo was done for the season...

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  5. Dallas Cowboys Beat Indianapolis Colts in Overtime Thriller, 38-35

    The Cowboys put on one of their most impressive performances to date this season beating the Colts in Indianapolis 38-35 in an overtime thriller...

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  6. 2010 Dallas Cowboys: A Look at What's Left in 2010 and What's To Come in 2011

    The 2010 Dallas Cowboys have been a disappointment. They had Super Bowl aspirations before the season started and now they aren’t even going to make the playoffs...

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  7. Dallas Cowboys Winning, Playing Better Under Jason Garrett

    For the first time this season, the Dallas Cowboys have won two games in a row. Interim head coach Jason Garrett is looking like a savior, having yet to lose a game in his short, short head coaching career...

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  8. Dallas Cowboys Jump All Over Detroit Lions, Improve To 3-7

    Don’t look now, but the Dallas Cowboys are on their first winning streak of the season. After easily beating the Detroit Lions yesterday, the Cowboys are now 3-7...

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  9. NFL Week 11: New York Giants, New England Patriots and the Top 5 Teams

    It has been one crazy season in the NFL. Teams projected to do poorly are playing relatively well (Raiders, Chiefs, Buccaneers) and teams that were supposed to go deep into the post season are on the outside looking in (Cowboys and Vikings)...

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  10. Dallas Cowboys Vs. Detroit Lions Week 11 Preview: The Battle of the 2-7 Teams

    Dallas Cowboys The Dallas Cowboys are coming off their biggest win of the season, beating the New York Giants at the New Meadowlands Stadium 33-20...

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  11. NFL Dallas Cowboys Knock Down New York Giants, Improve To 2-7

    The Dallas Cowboys made interim head coach Jason Garrett proud yesterday, getting their second win of the season but also winning Garrett’s first game as a head coach...

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  12. 2010 Dallas Cowboys: Why Their Super Bowl Aspirations Fell Short

    They were supposed to be the first team in NFL history to play in a Super Bowl at their home stadium. Most said they had the talent but some questioned whether it was asking too ...

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