Found December 31, 2011 on
NY Daily News:
Justin Tuck can question if the Cowboys ever deserved to be America’s Team, and football fans can keep on pointing out that Dallas hasn’t played in the Super Bowl since the 1995 season. None of it matters to Rob Ryan.
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As the buildup to the showdown between the Cowboys and Giants hits its final stretch the Giants DE argues that he doesn't know if Dallas "ever deserved to be America’s Team."
The last time the Dallas Cowboys were in New York, defensive coordinator Rob Ryan hugged his twin brother, New York Jets head coach Rex Ryan, at midfield after the Cowboys gave up a fourth quarter lead in the season opener.
Rex whispered something in Rob's ear as the two embraced, and when asked after the game what was said, Rob put it quite simple, saying his brother told him...
Rob Ryan promises the Cowboys are better prepared for Giants after a horrific ending the last meeting.
Rob Ryan, Cowboys defensive coordinator, brimming with confidence entering Giants showdownBy Keith Whitmire - NY Post 12/31/11
http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/football/dallas-cowboys-longer-referred-america-team-article-1.998705 Giants DE Justin Tuck says title needs to be challengedBy Gary Myers - NY Dailynews 12/30/11
For more than 30 years, football fans have lived with the "America's Team" tag applied to the Dallas Cowboys. Giants defensive end Justin Tuck believes the label's out of place.
Robert Sabo/New York Daily NewsGiants' Justin Tuck has one thing on his mind: Beating the Cowboys for a playoff berth. By Gary Myers - NY Dailynews 1/1/12
IRVING -- Defensive coordinator Rob Ryan said a number of things have kept the Dallas Cowboys from executing at their best on defense and that many of those things happened in the first meeting against the New York Giants.
Brandon Jacobs doesn’t hate the Dallas Cowboys, but he sure does hate their fans. They are what really irks him about “America’s Team”. Leave the hate for the opposing players and Cowboys star to Justin Tuck. Jacobs is much more bothered by the fans cheering them on. “You know what it ...
DeMarcus Ware wasn't going to be caught again. So when somebody mentioned to the Cowboys pass rusher that Justin Tuck still hates Dallas, Ware tried to take the high road. "He's a defensive player," Ware said quickly. "Tell an offensive player to say something." Memo to Ware: Noted Cowboy ...
Everywhere you look right now, there's someone telling you what has to happen in order for the Giants to beat the Cowboys and win the NFC East.
Justin Tuck needs to play a huge game. They need to batter Tony Romo into submission. They need to stop the run. The offensive line needs to keep up its good work from the second half of the Jets game.
And so on and so on and so on...