11:55 PM EST, Sun December 21, 2014
Newark Star-Ledger 2 hours ago

Giants records broken by Odell Beckham Jr. on Sunday vs. St Louis Rams

(Update: Sets rookie receiving TDs record) ST. LOUIS Another week, another impressive performance by Giants rookie wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Another record-breaking performance. Beckham set and tied some team records on Sunday against the Rams. Here's a look:...
Newsday 5 hours ago

Giants, Rams fight after late hit on Odell Beckham Jr.

Odell Beckham Jr. caught a short pass late in the second quarter that gave him over 1,000 receiving yards on the season. And that may have been the least interesting thing that happened on the play.

Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, owner Jerry Jones say QB Tony Romo should be NFL MVP this year

ARLINGTON – December has been quarterback Tony Romo’s worst month of his career, but not this season. He has 10 touchdown passes and no interceptions in December, and the Dallas Cowboys are 3-0. Romo has played all season with a …
Todd Archer / Dallas Cowboys Blog | ESPN Dallas 2 hours ago

For Tony Romo, there is no more doubt

ARLINGTON, Texas – When Tony Romo left AT&T Stadium on Sept. 7, the Dallas Cowboys quarterback felt doubt for the first time in his career. He just threw three interceptions in a 28-17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Maybe this was it for him. Maybe two back surgeries in less than a year were too...

DeMarco Murray sheds durability questions

ARLINGTON, Texas – DeMarco Murray’s day was done with :69 seconds to play in the third quarter on Sunday afternoon. The Cowboys running back carried the ball 22 times against the Indianapolis Colts and shed a label that’s followed him around since he entered the league: Durability issues. Murray has never finished an entire NFL season because of injuries. It’s always something with him physically, but Sunday he played with a broken left hand, an injury the great Emmitt Smith, the NFL’s all-time leading rusher, had, which forced him to miss a week of action.
Big Blue View 51 mins ago
Giants at Rams: Two Plays That Changed The Game

Giants at Rams: Two Plays That Changed The Game

The young guns took over as the Giants won their third in a row. The New York Giants are officially on a winning streak, having defeated the Tennessee Titans, Washington Redskins, and now the St. Louis Rams. After the Rams deferred, the Giants scored on their opening possession -- a field goal -- and didn't look back. Of course, despite being up at least ten points for most of the game, that didn't mean there weren't any plays that changed the course of the game. The first one came immediately after the Josh Brown field goal. Orleans Darkwa, Welcome To New York! The ensuing kickoff by Josh...
Bleeding Green Nation 3 hours ago
Matt Barkley should start at quarterback against the Giants in Week 17

Matt Barkley should start at quarterback against the Giants in Week 17

Why not? Over a three-week span, the Eagles went from a conference contender to late-season fodder. With losses to the Seahawks, Cowboys and Redskins, the Eagles took themselves out of playoff contention after a 6-2 start to the season. With quarterback play clearly being one of the many issues that caused the late-season collapse, perhaps it is time to see what the team has in its third passer. Matt Barkley has never started a game or thrown a touchdown pass in the regular season, despite being the first and only quarterback drafted by Chip Kelly. While he has been just a little bit more...

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Jerry Jones excited that Dallas Cowboys now 3-0 with New Jersey governor Chris Christie in attendance

ARLINGTON – Owner Jerry Jones was one of the first people in the Dallas Cowboys locker room Sunday after their NFC East-clinching win over the Indianapolis Colts. But just in front of Jones was New Jersey governor Chris Christie. Christie, …

Cowboys celebrate NFC East win with ‘Cowboys Run The East’ t-shirts

Best feeling in the world now !! #NFCEASTCHAMPS #Cowboys pic.twitter.com/gyBF5Iu657 — Amparo (@LetMeB_GReaT) December 22, 2014   ARLINGTON — Orlando Scrandrick sprinted down the hallway to … [visit site to read more]

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones second-guesses his decision to release DE DeMarcus Ware in offseason

ARLINGTON – Not long after the Dallas Cowboys closed out the Indianapolis Colts on Sunday to clinch the NFC East title, owner Jerry Jones offered up a scenario for fans to consider. How good would the Cowboys be this year …

Cowboys hold Colts to just 1 yard rushing in defensive masterpiece

ARLINGTON – Bag in tow, Rod Marinelli walked out of the AT&T Stadium locker room Sunday with a look of satisfaction. The Cowboys had just claimed the NFC East title and his defense imposed its will during a 42-7 victory …
Newark Star-Ledger 1 hour ago
Giants defensive end Damontre Moore: 'I'm not going to apologize for protecting my brothers'

Giants defensive end Damontre Moore: 'I'm not going to apologize for protecting my brothers'

Would he have done anything differently for his part in the brawl? Nope.

Mental, physical toughness keys Cowboys' run to playoffs

ARLINGTON, Texas -- “2014 NFC East Division Champions.” The words on the 60-yard video board high above the field at AT&T Stadium still hadn’t changed two hours after Jeremy Mincey and Tony Romo doused Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett with blue Gatorade. The message read loud and clear well after Dez Bryant finally had stopped saluting fans in the end zone with some dance moves. And it was still visible long after the navy blue T-shirts that read, “Cowboys Run the East” and matching baseball caps had been passed out to the players.
philly.com 2 hours ago

Cowboys end Eagles' playoff hopes

ARLINGTON, TEXAS - From the Eagles' standpoint, Lady Luck turned into a runaway bride before the Dallas-Indianapolis game even started, and it didn't get any better as the Cowboys won, 42-7, eliminating the Eagles from playoff contention.

Cowboys playoff tickets: What you need to know

Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray (29) rushes up the field in a game against the Indianapolis Colts during the first half of play at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas on Sunday, December 21, 2014.

Tony Romo finds old friend and breaks Cowboys franchise passing record in process

Vernon Bryant/The Dallas Morning NewsDallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo (9) celebrates after throwing a touchdown to Dallas Cowboys tight end Jason Witten (82) in a game against the Indianapolis Colts during the second half of play at AT&T Stadium in …

NFC East Player News

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    Odell Beckham Jr.

    Odell Beckham Jr. is learning that opponents don't enjoy watching him as much as Giants fans do

  • 9 Tony Romo

    Tony Romo

    Dallas Cowboys WR Dez Bryant, owner Jerry Jones say QB Tony Romo should be NFL MVP this year

  • 4 Robert Griffin III

    Robert Griffin III

    Redskins’ Jay Gruden praises Robert Griffin III, says getting ‘the “W” is all that counts’

  • 4 Eli Manning

    Eli Manning

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  • 4 DeMarco Murray

    DeMarco Murray

    DeMarco Murray sheds durability questions

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