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New Orleans Saints
This week's game between the New Orleans Saints (6-8) and the Dallas Cowboys (8-6) could take many twists and turns with both teams playing some of their best football of the season.The Saints are coming off of a Week 15 41-0 dismantling of NFC South division rival Buccaneers, while the Cowboys pulled off a 27-24 dramatic overtime win against the Steelers.The past five games against the Saints have not gone well for the Cowboys with a 1-4 record dating back to December of 2003.The Cowboys' lone win came in December of 2009 by a score of 24-17 behind the running of Marion Barber. Wide receiver Miles Austin also stood out for the Cowboys scorching the Saints' secondary for 139 yards on seven catches and one touchdown.Since that win, Barber has all but left the NFL and Austin is fighting with star Dez Bryant and a crop of young talent led by Kevin Olgletree and Dwayne Harris.With DeMarco Murray as the feature back for the Cowboys, they stand a good chance for a repeat perfo...
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There is some speculation that Sean Payton could go to another NFL team, but many Saints players believe he'll be back.
The Cowboys have to win if they want to make the playoffs. This week they have a tough match-up.
The season is coming to a close and I'm sitting at 142-82. That's over .600 but I can do better.
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Mike Triplett of the New Orleans Times-Picayune writes that Saints DE Will Smith and LB Jonathan Vilma are the “most likely veterans to be released” as the team will have to begin shedding some salary during the upcoming offseason.
Triplett adds that both players could end up renegotiating their salaries to remain with the team.
As of now, New Orleans projects to be $16 million...
According to Dan Parr of ProFootballWeekly.com, the New Orleans may end taking some time this coming offseason to sit down with tight end Jimmy Graham to try to work out a contract extension.
The Saints have not always made it an urgent priority to get extensions done with players before they enter their contract year (see Drew Brees), but our sources expect the team to at least...
The Cowboys have had a very odd year with regards to their defense. So much so that at times you do just look at the personnel available and concede that to judge these players against a normal grading system is just unfair.
Then, you admit that injuries happen all of the league and there are no sympathy cards arriving in the mailbox. You also see that you are in the middle of...
Todd Archer of ESPNDallas.com reported on Thursday that Dallas Cowboys outside linebacker DeMarcus Ware and running back DeMarco Murray have both been fined for infractions during their 27-24 overtime win this past Sunday against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Ware was fined $15,750 for his fourth quarter blow to the head of Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. On the play Ware...
I just wanted to say a a few things on behave of the greatest fans on Earth on the eve of our second to last regular season game…The post We Are Cowboys Nation All Day, Every Day And Twice on Sunday! appeared first on Lone Star Struck.
Wait ‘til Jerry Jones gets word of this! The Houston Texans have unveiled plans to install a new video screen at Reliant Stadium. One that dwarfs the super-mega-HDTVs at the new-ish Cowboy Stadium. Actually, there will be two of them. Take that, “America’s Team.” The new screens will be more than 3,000 square feet bigger … Continue reading »
Archie Manning visited Texas Stadium on a Monday night in 1973.
The Dallas Cowboys and New Orleans Saints have faced one another 24 times since 1967. The Cowboys won the first five games between 1967 and 1969, but most of those games were relatively close.
In 1971, Dallas faced New Orleans in October at time when Tom Landry was still alternating between Roger Staubach and Craig Morton...
It was the Jerrod Heard Show Saturday at Dallas Cowboys Stadium, as the Denton Guyer quarterback and Texas commit accounted for seven touchdowns and 332 yards to steer his Wildcats to the Texas 4A-II state title. Kevin Flaherty and Erin Hartigan break down how Heard was able to put on such a display, what this means for the 'Horns, and much more. (Highlights included)