• Cowboys players and owner Jerry Jones accuse Giants of faking injuries to slow their offense (Video)

    Summary of 7 articles · Updated Sep 10, 2013
    • Report: NFL doesn’t think the Giants were faking

      The NFL apparently agreed with the Giants, and didn’t think it “was so obvious it was funny.” According to Ed Werder of ESPN, the league has concluded the Giants did nothing to warrant punishment after sending out a memo prior to the season warning team…
    • Source: NFL clears Giants of faking injuries

      The NFL has reviewed whether Giants players Dan Connor and Cullen Jenkins deliberately impeded the Cowboys' no-huddle offense by faking injuries Sunday night and found no basis for punishment at this time, a league source told ESPN NFL Insider Ed Werder…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • NFL won't punish Giants for flopping

      An NFL spokesman said the league had not received an official complaint from the Dallas Cowboys regarding the New York Giants faking injuries Sunday night, and the league's official statement on the matter is, "We see no basis at this time for taki…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Jerry Jones accuses Giants of faking injuries

      Giants linebacker Dan Conner left last night’s game with what was described as a burner, and didn’t return. But consider the Cowboys suspicious when defensive tackle Cullen Jenkins left on the next play, but returned after missing just one snap. It just…

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