The Dallas Cowboys opened the season with few expectations but finished in the playoffs and were one bad call away from moving on to the NFC Championship. Here is a look at the Cowboys 2014 NFL season.
Rex Ryan is almost certainly in his final hours as the head coach of the New York Jets, but he is hardly alone. There are at least five NFL coaches who are on the firing line at the end of Week 17.
The Giants’ chances of winning the NFC East would be slim if they lose, and seven losses might not be good enough to make the playoffs as a wild card.
“It’s absolutely not true,” Giants coach Tom Coughlin said Monday. “Both of those payers were injured. Connor never returned to the game. Cullen was in a position where he needed to regroup. That really wasn’t orchestrated at all.”
“I don’t think there’s anything to it,” Manning said of his 4-0 record at AT&T Stadium, which allegedly included the Giants quarterback scribbling his name, the score, the date and the words “First Win in the New Stadium” in the visitors locker room.
The Cowboys and Dolphins are two teams with many question marks heading toward the 2013 season.
“I will find another spot.” Will that be with his twin brother Rex Ryan in New York? Perhaps, but don’t bet on it.
It’s that time of year again — the time when NFL coaches are on the hot seat.
The NFL season has not even reached the halfway point, but the fire under the seat of 10 head coaches is already quite hot.
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Tom Coughlin, Bill Belichick and Mike McCarthy can feel secure in their position as head coaches in the NFL. Rex Ryan? Andy Reid? Not so much.
“That’s what he said? I like it,” said Dallas cornerback Brandon Carr. “I’m right with him. We all feel the same way.”
Pool is taking his game from New York to Big D.
Eli Manning threw three touchdown passes and the New York Giants won an all-or-nothing game to claim the final spot in the NFL playoffs, beating the Dallas Cowboys 31-14 on Sunday night.
All that time off watching from the sideline last season, all those offseason practices he led, even getting married — none of it could shake Tony Romo from his habit of reckless gambles that turn into costly late-game mistakes.