Rex Ryan raised his arms and yelled as loud as he could. Then he shouted some more and smiled on the Jets sideline. This one was for New York.
Team owner Jerry Jones peeled the interim label off Jason Garrett and made him — officially — the eighth head coach in the history of the Cowboys.
After waiting two months to see if they could get two games out of Tony Romo, the Dallas Cowboys scrapped that plan Tuesday.
If you have proven your gridiron genius by earning one of your league’s coveted playoff spots, then congratulations to you. Week 14 marks the beginning of something mega-significant: The 2010 Fantasy Football Playoffs.
It’s hard to look right past a large group of 300-pound men, yet that’s what most football fans do.
This was a total team effort by the Giants – a study in mediocrity that left them with what they deserved against a desperate rival that raised its play enough times to make a difference.
Six days after one of the most distasteful acts he’s ever had to perform — firing Wade Phillips — the Dallas Cowboys’ owner was beaming about Garrett’s debut as an NFL head coach.
Two days after being promoted from offensive coordinator to interim head coach, Garrett ran the Dallas Cowboys for the first time Wednesday and immediately began doing things his way.
Jerry Jones never wanted to change coaches this season. As the blowout losses mounted, and Wade Phillips’ defense was mostly to blame, the owner-general manager of the Dallas Cowboys had no choice.