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Kevin Ogletree celebrates with Jason Witten after scoring a touchdown against the Giants.
East Rutherford, N.J. — The New York Football Giants began their Super Bowl Championship defense against the Dallas Cowboys on a Wednesday night in September with a 24-17 loss. It was the 101st meeting between the two teams. The New York Giants have been on the losing end more often than not with an overall record of 57-42-2 favoring the Dallas Cowboys in the matchup.
The already beat up Giants secondary took another hit. Michael Coe, the sixth year cornerback out of Alabama State, suffered a hamstring injury late in the third quarter and did not return to action. Coe was drafted in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft by Indianapolis Colts as the 173rd overall pick. The former Hornet, who made five tackles and deflected one pass, was making his first career NFL start for the defending Super Bowl Champions Giants in place of Prince Amukamara. Amukamara is nursing a high ankle sprain, he...
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Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Wittten will reportedly play tonight against the New York Giants.
Witten, who suffered a lacerated spleen Aug. 13 against the Raiders, has been cleared by doctors and is feeling good to play, but will wear protective gear. He was on the field during warmups catching passes from quarterback Tony Romo.
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The first regular season NFL game gave football fans just about everything they wanted last night. Close game. Rivals. Just enough scoring.
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Kevin Ogletree, the Cowboys No. 3 wide receiver, went off last night against the Giants’ suspect secondary. Ogletree led the Cowboys in targets, catching eight passes for 114 yards and two touchdowns...
Cowboys tight end Jason Witten, who has been out with a lacerated spleen, reportedly told the team he would sign a medical waiver in order to play in Wednesday's opener.
The Dallas Cowboys open the season on Wednesday, September the 5th with an opportunity to make a statement against the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants.
Amongst many analysts, the Cowboys are a popular choice to win the NFC East division, credited with a top-notch defensive unit and an offense capable of putting up big numbers. But this is not the first time the Cowboys...
JoeBefore the Cowboys 24-17 victory over the Giants on Wednesday night, Jason Witten was a game time decision. Although he didn’t have much of an impact in the stats department, Witten being able to suit up and play was a huge boost for the Cowboys team morale. Before the game the senator posted this message on his locker.
Here’s quote #Cowboys TE Jason Witten taped to locker...
According to a report by Mike Florio of profootballtalk.com, the Cowboys have reportedly ruled out Jason Witten tonight the Giants, but he has been cleared to play in week two against the Seahawks.
Witten suffered a spleen laceration against in a preseason contest against the Raiders and has been limited in practice. Florio writes: “As the Cowboys continue guard the results of...
Cowboys owner Jerry Jones may have been overly excited when he called Wednesday's season-opening win over the Super Bowl champion Giants "very significant," but Jason Witten's effort is something that could signal bigger things for Dallas. Witten is a highly decorated and well-respected tight end. He's been to seven Pro Bowls and has earned First-Team All-Pro...
The chances of Jason Witten playing in tonight’s season opener against the Giants are slim.
But that hasn’t stopped Witten from doing everything in his power to somehow get on the field.
Witten did not make the trip with the team to New York because he is recovering from an injured spleen. Witten is officially listed as a game-time decision, but he badly wants to be activated...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten wants to play so badly in tonight’s season opener against the Giants that he’s willing to sign a medical waiver.
The Cowboys are being smart bout his situation and won’t accept him signing a waiver.
Jason Witten has persistently offered to sign medical waiver. #Cowboys won’t accept it. Made trip...
According to ESPN’s Chris Mortensen, Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten has been medically cleared to play in tonight’s season opener against the Giants.
Jason Witten is playing for Cowboys, per sources. Cleared by doctors. # NFL32
— Chris Mortensen (@mortreport) September 5, 2012
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Cowboys receiver Kevin Ogletree ran throught the Giants secondary all night.
The Dallas Cowboys are still upset from last year apparently. Playing the role of “party poopers” the Cowboys defeat the New York Giants 24-17 on opening night of the NFL in the Meadowlands last night. A night that had everything from a musical group “No Doubt” reunion to a stellar banner ceremony...
Dallas Cowboys have listed TE Jason Witten as a game time decision, even though he is listed as doubtful with a spleen injury.
CT scan showed today that his spleen has fully healed, but the doctors have yet to clear him for tonight and aren't taking any chances with his injury.
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