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While the Dallas Cowboys look to continue their playoff push, they might have to do it without their top offensive threat.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have quarterback Ben Roethlisberger back, but need a win to hold on to their AFC wild-card spot.
The Cowboys and Steelers will try to boost their postseason chances Sunday when they meet in Dallas.
After a 20-19 victory at Cincinnati on Sunday that was its fourth win in five games, Dallas (7-6) is a game behind NFC East-leading New York and also one back of Chicago and Seattle in the wild-card race.
Dallas, however, suffered a big blow when wide receiver Dez Bryant broke his left index finger against the Bengals.
Although he caught a fourth-quarter touchdown pass after the injury, Bryant is still trying to determine if he can play the rest of this season.
"One of the things we know about Dez is he's a tough guy and he loves playing football,'' coach Jason Garrett said. "He's going to give himself and our te...
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How many times have we all asked the question of ‘do the Dallas Cowboys still qualify as being good enough to be called America’s Team?’
Despite the Steelers ugly loss to the Chargers upon his return to the lineup, quarterback Ben Roethlisberger took a dig at Dallas’ title when asked about Tony Romo.
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The Pittsburgh Steelers embarrassed themselves during a 34-24 Week 14 home loss to the San Diego Chargers last Sunday, and the fans even booed the team at different points in the game. The boos were most noticeable after receiver Mike Wallace dropped a pass during the second quarter when the team was only down 3-0. Even though Wallace finished with seven catches for 112 yards and...
After seeing two doctors and both advising Dez Bryant have surgery, Dez will look to delay the surgery to his index finger. If Dez can look catch and play in practice the Cowboys will clear him to play against the Steelers. To me, I think this is going to be more as a decoy, I’m not sure he’ll be as effective obviously. That being said, I look for Dwayne Harris and Cole Beasley...
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant was examined by an orthopedic hand surgeon Monday afternoon and X-rays revealed a fractured left index finger.
Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones said Tuesday morning that it had yet to be determined if Bryant would have season-ending surgery on the finger he injured in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 20-19 victory over the Cincinnati...
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has finally developed into an elite wide receiver which makes his injury hurt that much more.
The time is finally here it is week 15 and the 2012 Fantasy Football season is drawing to a close. I have always felt fantasy football gets real in week 15, it’s semi-final week and I for one can almost taste the trophies and the prize money.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant has told the media that, “They’d have to break my leg to keep me out.” So it sounds like he’s going to play even though he has a fractured finger.
Even though Bryant can permanently damage his finger if he continues to play, I don’t think he cares and will do whatever he can to help the Cowboys get into the playoffs.
Whether you were alive in the ’70′s or not, you damn well better know about the rivalry that ensued between the Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys. So-called “America’s Team” full of glamour and filled with a prim and proper style up against the “Men of Steel” from the harsh, dirty environment of the rust belt. Twice they would meet in two of the greatest Super...
Dez Bryant’s injury status has been the hottest topic coming out of Dallas this week.
Bryant broke his left index finger during Sunday’s win over the Cincinnati Bengals. Reports surfaced just after the injury occurred that Bryant could be shut down for the year.
After that tidal wave of ifs and maybes subsided, definitive answers are coming forth.
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones told KRLD 105.3 FM
Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant and running back DeMarco Murray were able to return to practice at a limited capacity yesterday after sitting out Wednesday’s session, while linebacker DeMarcus Ware wasn’t able to suit up for the second day in a row.
Bryant continues to recover from a finger injury. It was initially reported that the injury could sideline the wide receiver...
IRVING, Texas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett says the play-or-not-play determination on Dez Bryant's fractured finger will be "a medical decision.'' Cowboys owner Jerry Jones tells 105.3 The Fan on Tuesday that Dez himself will have the "ultimate decision" about undergoing the season-ending surgery that on Monday afternoon club sources said they considered...