Found December 28, 2011 on NBC Dallas- Fort Worth:
Between Justin Tuck and Brandon Jacobs, there’s always someone around to remind us that, yes, their is a rivalry between the Cowboys and Giants in the week leading into a match-up between the two--and this week was no different. Tuck, who earlier in the season called Cowboys Stadium “a dump,”  predictably said this week that he “hates” the Cowboys and the feeling is mutual. But if you’re expecting a response from the Cowboys, you’re most likely going to be disappointed. Dallas has opted against responding to Tuck’s remarks this week so far, and judging by the reaction of defensive end Marcus Spears, it’s going to stay that way until Sunday. “That’s just what this is about,” Spears said in response to Tuck, per ESPN Dallas. “That’s what this rivalry is about. Guys are going to get chirpy. Guys are going to talk, say things out of their neck, and I hope that my teammates understand that we just need to stay quiet and go about our business the way we need to and go up there and g

Tuck heating up for Cowboys Justin Tuck gaining confidence heading into the Dallas game.By Dan Salomone - 12/27/11

Justin Tuck: Yes, I still hate the Cowboys

Giants defensive end Justin Tuck has said repeatedly that he hates the Cowboys. With the two teams meeting one more time and the NFC East on the line Sunday night, Tuck wants to make clear that nothing has changed. “I’ve been quoted many times saying I hate the Cowboys and that’s still true,” Tuck told…

Giants' Tuck questions Cowboys' hold on 'America's Team' tag

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.

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You want to hear something ironic? Brandon Jacobs used the words “loud” and “obnoxious” to describe a group of people on Thursday.  Has anyone done more complaining during the 2011 season than Jacobs?  He’s already cried about wanting out of New York, complained that the fans are not supportive enough, and called Rex Ryan names.  Naturally, Jacobs now has a problem with...

Tuck remains anti-Cowboys, but admits Giants are similar team

Justin Tuck still hates the Cowboys, but the Giants defensive end isn't blinded enough by hatred to notice that New York and Dallas are similar in many ways.

Jim Harbaugh, Scot McLoughan and bulletin-board material

When he was told that Giants defensive end Justin Tuck had offered a less-than-flattering assessment of quarterback Alex Smith earlier this season, Jim Harbaugh saw an opportunity to rally his troops against the incoming enemy. So, naturally, Harbaugh jumped all over that "we're going to beat the...

Jacobs, Running With a Purpose, Takes Aim at Dallas

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Jacobs Quietly Running Effectively

You never thought anyone would find a way to use 'Brandon Jacobs' and 'quietly' in the same sentence. I say quietly because he is amidst a stretch of pretty good football that has been overshadowed by some of his, to put it kindly, "moments." Most of us also never thought we’d see the day where the Giants featured one of the league’s most incompetent...

Giants’ Jacobs reveals what fuels his hatred for Cowboys

Brandon Jacobs says Cowboys fans “get on my nerves” and are even worse than Eagles fans. The outspoken New York Giants running back loves to talk trash about Dallas and he was on a roll Thursday, according to the New York Daily News. “You’ve got a lot of people on other teams hating the Cowboys. It’s their fans,” the newspaper quoted Jacobs as saying. “Some of their...

Video: Brandon Jacobs Goes in on Rex Ryan During Post Game Interview

Saturday's game between the New York Giants and the New York Jets didn't go as planned for Rex Ryan and company.  The Giants handed the Jets a 29-14 loss that likely ended any hopes of postseason play, but what happened post game is certainly drawing more attention than the game itself. Giants running back Brandon Jacobs isn't a fan of Ryan and his loud mouth style...

Jacobs rips 'loud, obnoxious' Cowboys fans

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.

The Fifth Down: Video: A Time to Talk Trash for the Giants

Talk can be cheap, but when it comes to the Giants' Brandon Jacobs, it's a much-needed boost heading into a must-win game against the Dallas Cowboys, says William C. Rhoden.

Cowboys stay away from trash talk . . . so far

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 ...

Big Giants Cap-Boom: Week 16 vs. the Jets

by Adam Carman, BGB Assistant EditorWell, it was a blue Christmas in New York. Rex Ryan had his fat mouth shut hard. It is already being heralded as one of the most difficult defeats of Ryan's tenure, as the big brothers of New York football toppled the perennial second-best 29-14 on Christmas Eve. If somehow you missed it, you missed a fantastic game. Without further ado, let...
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