• Bengals to have moment of silence before Cowboys kickoff

    Summary of 9 articles · Updated Dec 9, 2012
    • Wrap-up: Cowboys 20, Bengals 19

      My thoughts on the Cincinnati Bengals' 20-19 loss to the Dallas Cowboys at Paul Brown Stadium: What it means: Failing to hold onto a nine-point lead in the fourth quarter, the Bengals (7-6) missed out on a prime opportunity to take control of the sixth …
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys come back, beat Bengals

      After a terrible Saturday on which they learned that one of their teammates was dead and another was in jail charged with his death, the Cowboys managed to win a tough, hard-fought football game in Cincinnati Sunday. In a game overshadowed by the death …
    • Rapid Reaction: Cowboys 20, Bengals 19

      CINCINNATI -- Considering what the Dallas Cowboys had to deal with Saturday, what they accomplished Sunday can be seen as a season-saving victory. A practice squad player is gone. His teammate, a popular player in the locker room, is in jail and charged…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Cowboys stun Bengals in last 7 minutes

      With the Paul Brown Stadium faithful of 63,590 cheering the Chargers rout of the Steelers on Sunday, the Bengals tried to leap ahead of their arch-rival for the second wild card spot but couldn't ...
      Source: bengals.com
    • Bengals, Cowboys in red-zone battle

      The Bengals continually pushed the Cowboys into the red zone Sunday without punting during the first half at Paul Brown Stadium, but besides wide receiver Andrew Hawkins' eight-yard touchdown catch...
      Source: bengals.com
    • Live updates: Bengals vs. Cowboys

      Behind four field goals by new kicker Josh Brown and a touchdown by Andrew Hawkins, the Bengals lead 19-10 at the end of the third quarter.
    • Moment of silence will be held Sunday at Paul Brown Stadium in Cincinnati in memory of Cowboys LB Jerry Brown

      CINCINNATI — Before the Cowboys play at Cincinnati at noon Sunday, a moment of silence will be held at Paul Brown Stadium in memory of Cowboys practice squad linebacker Jerry Brown, according to a Bengals official. The moment of silence will be held
  • ‘Grieving’ Cowboys come back in fourth quarter to beat the Bengals, 20-19

    For the second consecutive week, an NFL team has had to play a game on the day after a tragedy. For the second consecutive week, that team has found a way to win. Last week, the Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Carolina Panthers 27-21 on the day after in…
    Source: yahoo.com

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