These two teams meet tonight at Soldier Field in what should be a high-scoring game. There are plenty of fantasy points on the board here.
The Cowboys are 8-4, but if the season ended today they would not be in the playoffs. After Thursday’s visit to Chicago, they go to Philadelphia, host Indianapolis, and finish at Washington.
LeSean McCoy ran for 159 yards and a touchdown, Mark Sanchez had his first scoring run in almost three years and the Eagles beat the Dallas Cowboys 33-10 in a Thanksgiving battle of NFC East co-leaders Thursday.
Make sure that when you’re eating the turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pie that you are locked into the football action. Don’t let the kiddies try to flip on “March of the Wooden Soldiers” or some other garbage.
The only thing that would have made it better? A freakin’ Giants win. Oh well. At least Twitter was on its ‘A’ game Sunday night.
Odell Beckham Jr.’s jaw-dropping, one-handed touchdown catch against Dallas wasn’t enough to prevent the Giants from losing their sixth straight game on Sunday night.
Coming off their bye week, the Dallas Cowboys are tied for first place in the NFC East and represent the only unbeaten road team in the NFL.
The Giants ought to be confident while hosting Dallas Cowboys (7-3) on Sunday night — if only because they played Dallas to a virtual draw in Week 7.
The Dallas Cowboys (7-3) head back to work after completing their bye week. The New York Giants (3-7) begin the process of playing out the string, but they do get a player back from the injury list this week.
The Giants’ defense will look vastly different against the Cowboys on Sunday than it did a month ago in the teams’ first meeting in Dallas.
He came bearing gifts in the form of ribs from TGI Friday’s, which pleased the Dynamic Radio Duo — especially Craigie.
From players to referees to fans, everyone is getting in on the Week 9 action…but maybe not in the way they imagined. Here’s 5 people who were in the right (or wrong) place at the right time…
The lowly Redskins shocked the first-place Cowboys at AT&T Stadium on Monday night. But the unexpected outcome was outdone by a scene that occurred after the final whistle blew.
Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo came back for one final drive in regulation, but Dallas had to punt before going to overtime tied at 17 against the Washington Redskins on Monday night.
The Dallas Cowboys, at 6-1, once again look like America’s Team. Will they continue their run, and do they deserve the title?