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Happy to welcome @sterlingmoore to the Dallas Cowboys. Ex SMU star come back to Big D.— Jordan Woy (@JordanWoy) December 1, 2012I never really understood why Belichick cut Sterling Moore, he didn't seem to blame for a lot of the secondary's struggles. That is, until the Patriost signed Aqib Talib, then things became crystal clear.I wish Sterling Moore all the luck in the world. Patriots fans will be forever grateful for this play:
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Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has indicated that running back DeMarco Murray is ready to go this week after missing several games while nursing a foot injury.
Jerry Jones: DeMarco Murray appears ready to return Sunday.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) November 30, 2012
Having Murray back should give the Cowboys a boost as they enter the final stretch of the regular season.
Matt Mosley reports that the Dallas Cowboys are “cautiously optimistic” they will have RB DeMarco Murray for Sunday night’s matchup against the Eagles.
Mosley added that “this is the first time I’ve actually believed Murray has a shot at playing.”
Murray put in another practice on Thursday, but figures to split carries with Felix Jones this weekend. There’s no...
From the onset of training camp, the New England Patriots offensive line has been a work in progress, a mix of experience and youth that led to a handful of questions.
There's still uncertainty surrounding who's playing which position each week, but there's little doubt remaining about the level of protection provided to the quarterback.
After surrendering 12 sacks...
In some news that you already knew, those three will not be suiting up to play the Miami Dolphins.All three of them did not practice all week, so this was expected. Especially for Gronkowski, whose recovery time has been well advertised. He won't be back until Week 16 at the earliest.Chandler Jones was reported to have a "mild high ankle sprain" so it's possible...
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Philadelphia Eagles (3-8) at Dallas Cowboys (5-6)
2 weeks ago, the Cowboys stood at 4-5, but many people still gave them a chance to win this division. The Giants weren’t looking great and the Cowboys, having played a very tough schedule in their first 9 games, had a very easy schedule down the stretch with 5 of 7 at home, including at least 4 where they almost definitely were...
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The New England Patriots routinely dominate the AFC East, and this season is proving to be no different.
After their latest division victory turned into a laugher, the Patriots look to clinch their ninth East title in 10 seasons by beating the Miami Dolphins for a fifth consecutive time Sunday.
New England (8-3) is 28-6 in divisional play...
1. I think McCourty has solidified himself as a long term piece of the puzzle at safety so I...
Bill Belichick and the Patriots created Spygate. The New Orleans Saints created Bountygate. This week, The Sporting News’ David Whitley created Tattoogate.
As foolish as his column was on Colin Kaepernick‘s ink, Whitley certainly succeeded in gaining the attention he desired when he published his views of the 49ers quarterback breaking the mold of the clean-cut QB.
Has the New England defense turned the corner or is this still a unit that should worry Pats fans?
Jason: You can still count me as concerned. The defense has been staked to early leads in the past two weeks and benefitted from several gift-wrapped turnovers, so we haven't seen what they can do in a close game when the pressure is really on and the other team isn'...
Lead writer Nick St. Denis and AFC East Daily contributors Dan Begnoche and Sean Donovan pick the New England Patriots' divisional battle with the Miami Dolphins. Nick's take: The Patriots are pretty much unstoppable at this point, having scored 190 points combined in the last four games. And it's not just the offense. New England's defense and special teams have...