One of the greatest NFL romances ever reached its conclusion last week. No, not the Aaron Rodgers/Olivia Munn relationship that went belly up. Instead, we have seen the last of former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and tight end Jason Witten. Advertisements
According to Marc Stein of ESPN, there is a movement within the Dallas Mavericks organization to honor former Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo next Tuesday. The Mavericks plan to have Romo on the bench and in uniform for their game on Tuesday against the Denver Nuggets.
You can find just about anything on You Tube if you look hard enough. Add a near three-minute musical tribute to Phil Simms set to the sounds of Back in the New York Groove by Kiss.
New England Patriots postseason press conferences are among my favorite playoff things. During their run during 2010s, their pressers have led to some bizarre and absurd moments.
The demise of the NFL has been greatly exaggerated. Green Bay’s last-second win over the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday was seen by over 48 million people – the most people ever to see an NFL Divisional playoff game.
The Dallas Cowboys and their national fanbase are still licking their wounds following a heartbreaking 34-31 loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday in the NFC Divisional playoff round. Green Bay’s Mason Crosby kicked the Packers into the NFC title game with a 51-yard game winner. Last […]
Over the next couple of days, we will surely see Packers and Cowboys fan videos reacting to the dramatic conclusion of their NFC Divisional playoff game on Sunday.
Once again, the Green Bay Packers escaped the clutches of defeat in a postseason game against the Dallas Cowboys.
The Dallas Cowboys have been on-fire on the field this season and now, have shown why they are just as incendiary off of it. Prior to their NFC Divisional playoff game against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, the Cowboys’ Twitter account posted an application for new fans […]
Heading into wild-card weekend, three teams are looking to break lengthy postseason losing streaks. Oakland’s last playoff win came in January 2003 when they defeated the Tennessee Titans to reach Super Bowl XXXVII.