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30-year old LB Nick Barnett has been pretty solid for the Bills this year. He was signed to replace Paul Poslusny (Jaguars) in the middle of the Bills’ D this year and he has been pretty good. Barnett has played in 9 games for the Bills so far this year and he has 71 tackles, 1 sack, 4 tackles for a loss, 1 forced fumble, 3 passes defensed and 2 interceptions (one returned...
Tony Romo has a new best friend. Or, he should have, anyway.
DeMarco Murray, rookie running back out of Oklahoma, has given the Dallas Cowboys’ offense what it has lacked since Emmitt Smith left for the Arizona desert: A legitimate threat at the halfback position. And that has made Tony Romo a more effective quarterback.
Romo completed 23 of 26 passes on Sunday for...
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Play calling is one of the more discussed and perhaps misunderstood elements of football. It seems that everyone who enjoys this game fancies themselves as learned play callers and yet just about every coordinator they follow never gets their job quite right. The only play callers that ever seem to get unanimous support are those that happen to have an offense under their command...
If you noticed something different about Cowboys’ inside linebacker Sean Lee on Sunday, it likely had something to do with the large, white cast on his left hand and wrist, a protective measure applied last week after he suffered a dislocated wrist in the Cowboys loss to Philadelphia, two weeks back.
Lee recorded four tackles, but admitted afterward that he struggled in some...
Cowboys inside linebacker Sean Lee said his injured left wrist is healing faster than he thought.
The third-year player has spent all of 2011 on Detroit's practice squad.