The winner Sunday will walk out of MetLife Stadium with its postseason hopes still intact.
Super Bowl contenders upgraded their rosters either by trade or free agency. Losing teams added talent in the hopes of making a run at the playoffs. Here are 10 of the most noteworthy moves.
The Cowboys and Dolphins are two teams with many question marks heading toward the 2013 season.
The former New York Jet signed a one-year contract with the Dolphins. He said he wanted to join a playoff contender and likes the Dolphins’ chances under coach Joe Philbin in 2013.
Plaxico Burress has gone back to where his career began. He re-joined the Pittsburgh Steelers on Tuesday.
You can parse the particulars, from the Giants’ 182 total yards to their wretched special teams. But strip the stats and you’ll see that the Steelers just wanted to win more.
The Steelers shocked the Giants by rallying for a 24-20 victory at MetLife Stadium.
The Giants have to do a better job of defending the pass, or they will have a much more difficult time in the second half of the regular season than they did in the first.
Jets fans thought they could breathe a sigh of relief on Monday morning. Turns out the initial reports on Darrelle Revis were wrong.
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Despite plenty of chatter, Plaxico Burress still hasn’t caught on with an NFL team for this upcoming season. He’s even willing to play for cheap, according to the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette.
Chris Wallace turned and blew a kiss to a giant portrait of his father, “60 Minutes” journalist Mike Wallace, after memorializing him Tuesday as “the best journalist I have ever known.”
He didn’t just interview people. He interrogated them. Legendary CBS newsman Mike Wallace died over the weekend at the age of 93 and tributes have been pouring in for the “60 Minutes” pioneer.
For 40-years, Mike Wallace’s tough style was a hallmark of 60-minutes, his interviews were legendary. Today he is being remembered as a fierce newsman and a pioneer in broadcast journalism.
Wallace died Saturday night surrounded by family at the Waveny Care Center in New Canaan, Conn., said CBS spokesman Kevin Tedesco. He also had a home in Manhattan.