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Cowboys’ 2014 opponents: Dallas to face difficult schedule at home

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Cowboys’ 2014 opponents: Dallas to face difficult schedule at home
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  • Video - Big changes with Dallas Cowboys QB Kyle Orton under center? 05:34

    Big changes with Dallas Cowboys QB Kyle Orton under center?

    Dec 29
    The "NFL GameDay Morning" crew discusses how the Dallas Cowboys will change the gameplan to better fit quarterback Kyle Orton.
  • Video - Eagles Win NFC East 00:53

    Eagles Win NFC East

    Dec 29
    Highlight Of The Night: The Eagles defeated the Cowboys 24-22 to win the NFC East and earn a meeting with the Saints in the first-round of the playoffs.
  • Video - Foles Leads Eagles To Playoffs 01:27

    Foles Leads Eagles To Playoffs

    Dec 29
    Trent Dilfer breaks down Nick Foles performance in a 24-22 win over the Cowboys.

Sports Columnists

  • Jim Trotter: 49ers overcome adversity, enter postseason with hardened reso…

    Dec 29
    GLENDALE, Ariz. -- Jim Harbaugh was almost giddy after the 49ers beat the Cardinals 23-20 on a 40-yard field goal as time expired Sunday in University of Phoenix Stadium. He kept smiling and chuckling in the locker room, breaking the routine only to sli…
  • Don Banks: Packers show good things come to those who wait; more Snaps

    Dec 29
    Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a fantastic finish of a Week 17 in the NFL. ...
  • Mike Nolan, Atlanta Falcons defensive coordinator, agrees to extension

    Dec 29
    The Atlanta Falcons and defensive coordinator Mike Nolan have agreed to a contract extension, a source confirmed to ESPN's John Clayton.
  • 2013 NFL playoffs -- Denver Broncos and Cincinnati Bengals are the teams t…

    Dec 29
    AFC playoff Q&A: The Broncos and Bengals are running in high gear, but be prepared for surprises.