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How much would wins lift Cowboys' value?

IRVING, Texas – Jerry Jones purchased the Dallas Cowboys and Texas Stadium for $140 million in 1989. According to Forbes’ NFL Team Value list, the Cowboys are worth an NFL-best $3.2 billion. How much greater would their worth be if they were actually competing for Super Bowls? Since beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX, the Cowboys have won two playoff games. They are in the midst of a four-year playoff drought and have finished 8-8 the past three seasons.
philly.com Aug 21, 2014

Eagles Notes: McCoy leaves Eagles game with thumb injury

LeSean McCoy left the Eagles preseason game against the Steelers on Thursday night with a right-thumb injury after scoring a first-quarter touchdown. X-rays were negative. The Pro Bowl running back returned to the sideline with his hand wrapped but did not reenter the game.
Silver And Black Pride Aug 21, 2014
Know the Enemy Daily Links 8/21: Two Steelers' RB's caught with Marijuana

Know the Enemy Daily Links 8/21: Two Steelers' RB's caught with Marijuana

"Oh dang! Cops!" AFC West Broncos: Denver Broncos odds and ends for 2014 - Mile High Report How many games will the Broncos win in 2014? What are their playoff chances? Or, my favorite: what are the odds that Peyton Manning leads the league in passing yards, wins MVP and Broncos win the Super Bowl? Depth, chemistry of Broncos' defense hold key to title run - The Denver Post If the Broncos are to make that mighty leap from Super Bowl whipping boys to Super Bowl champions, their defense has to stop dragging behind the offense. Chargers: Preseason thoughts on the San Diego Chargers - Bolts...
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Ravens games to circle on the calendar

Every game the Ravens play are occasions to look forward to. It's just that these you can look forward to more. Week 1 vs. Cincinnati There are a lot of reasons to look forward to this one. First off, we get to see meaningful football for the first time since the Super Bowl (or Week 17, if you only follow the Ravens). Second, we get to see the Ravens play a meaningful game again.Third, it's an opportunity for revenge against the Bengals. Week 2 vs. Pittsburgh Ravens. Steelers. Prime time. Steve Smith vs. the Steelers' secondary. Terrell Suggs vs. Ben Roethlisberger. No more needs be...

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