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The Washington Redskins fan base is probably scratching their heads. Under Joe Gibbs the Washington Redskins won three Super Bowl titles and on Saturday night he went into the hotel of their arch rival for a pep talk.The pep talk worked as the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Carolina Panthers 19-14 in a closely fought game.Gibbs lives in Charlotte and is the owner of a NASCAR team, Joe Gibbs Racing.“He was talking about different situations he’s been in and how he fought through them,” Cowboys linebacker Dan Connor said. “He said when you’re in a situation, you think it’s the worst thing ever, but you have to have faith in God and push through it. That was the message. He was unbelievable.”Cowboys owner Jerry Jones said his players have “immense respect” for the three time Super Bowl Champion Gibbs.“He came into chapel, and talked about some of his low times,” Jones said. “He spoke about some of the coaching errors. He wasn’t directing it to the team at all, relative to our criticism thi
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Washington Redskins coaching legend Joe Gibbs visited the Dallas Cowboys at the team's hotel in Charlotte on Saturday and gave the team a motivational pep talk.
According to Matt Mosley, Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray is “doubtful” for this week’s game against the Giants. Felix Jones is expected to be ready for this week’s game against the Giants.Murray missed yesterday’s game as he continues to deal with a sprained foot and Jones suffered a bruised knee and strained neck during yesterday’s win over the Panthers.
Dallas Cowboys running back Felix Jones wasn’t on the field at the end of yesterday’s win over the Panthers because of a bruised knee. He also suffered a neck strain earlier in the game.Phillip Tanner came in for Jones when he went down, but only gained four yards on three carries.The Cowboys and running back DeMarco Murray (foot0 are hopeful that he’ll return in time for...
A lot of football heads apply the term “garbage time” to a team that finds any offensive success while attempting to come back from a deficit of two touchdowns or more late in the fourth quarter. The St. Louis Rams found success in garbage time, as Sam Bradford found an open Austin Pettis in the back of the end zone with 19 seconds left in the game. However, it was garbage time...
On Sunday morning, Michael Lombardi stated on First on the Field, a pre-game show on the NFL Network, that the St. Louis Rams will be shopping several players with the looming trade deadline, could veteran RB Steven Jackson be one of those players? Although Lombardi failed to name names, Jackson’s name has to be in the mix at this point in his career.
Jackson, who will be 30 at...
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray remains doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Giants. Felix Jones will get the start in Murray’s place even though he’s banged up with a … Continue reading »
The Dallas Cowboys now have a chance to make a significant move in the NFC East.
After an imperfect win at Carolina, the Cowboys (3-3) play four of their next six games against division opponents. That stretch starts Sunday at home against the NFC East-leading New York Giants, who have won four of five games since their season-opening loss at home to Dallas.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant is expected to play
today against the Carolina Panthers despite a groin injury, reports Ian
Rapoport of NFL.com.
Groin injury or not, I'm told the #Cowboys expect Dez Bryant to play Sunday. He will still test it out in pre-game warmups, though.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) October 20, 2012
While he’s expected to...
Demarco Murray isn't quite ready to play. According to reports the Cowboys lead back will be given another week to recover from the foot injury sustained in week 6. That means that Felix Jones should start vs. the Giants and Philip Tanner will play a role as well.
N.Y. Giants at Dallas Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET, at Cowboys Stadium, Arlington, Texas - TV: FOX; DirecTV: 714 *TV announcers: Thom Brennaman, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver *Keys to the game: The Cowboys' most complete game of the season was their opening 24-17 victory at the Giants. Familiarity certainly helps, as QB Tony Romo did an excellent job of identifying the blitz and changing...
Safety Antrel Rolle says the Giants will be looking for revenge against the Cowboys this week after losing to them back in week 1. “Obviously Dallas beat us the first … Continue reading »
Missing six starters did not slow down the Green Bay Packers en-route to their 30-20 victory at St Louis Sunday. The Rams suffer their first home loss of the year and are 3-4 overall. Green Bay improves to 4-3.While the game was at St. Louis there was clearly a large contingent of Packer fans. Evident every time John Kuhn touched the ball and calls of KUUUUUHHHNN echoed throughout...