• What the national media are writing about the New Orleans Saints, Dallas Cowboys

    Summary of 18 articles · Updated Dec 24, 2012
    Source: nola.com
    • Cowboys struggle on third down against the Saints

      IRVING - For most of this season, the Cowboys’ offense has been plagued by inconsistency. But even in its darkest hours, Dallas has experienced success on third down. Entering Sunday, their conversion rate in that situation was 44.4 percent — the th
    • Cowboys Can’t Finish Comeback; Fall to Saints in OT 34-31

      By Jack Sitt There was a lot to like about the Cowboys play against the Saints. Jason Witten broke the record for receptions by a tight end in a single season. Dez Bryant had a career day, and Tony Romo had one of his better performances of the season. …
    • What the national media are writing about the New Orleans Saints

      What's being written about the Saints after their 34-31 win
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    • Cowboys can't rely on shorthanded defense

      Injuries, new players at key positions and missed plays too much to overcome
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Brandon Carr: Cowboys defense was ‘a day late on everything’ vs. the Saints

      ARLINGTON — Regardless of the many injuries the Cowboys have on defense, cornerback Brandon Carr wasn’t using it as an excuse Sunday evening. The Cowboys lost in overtime 34-31 to the New Orleans Saints and in the process, allowed a season-high 562 ya
    • Cowboys struggled to stop Saints on third down

      ARLINGTON — Cowboys cornerback Brandon Carr didn’t want to hear Sunday how the defense played well in spurts against the Saints. Not the way the Cowboys played on third down, allowing the Saints to convert 11-of-19 chances (58 percent) to extend drive
    • New Orleans Saints defense continues roller coaster ride vs. Dallas Cowboys: 10 more observations

      Observations from Saints' 31-28 overtime victory over Dallas Cowboys
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    • Saints have won seven of last eight meetings with Cowboys

      Game notes via Saints’ PR Department:   *New Orleans improves to 7-8 on the season, improving their overall record against the Cowboys to 10-15. It is their seventh win in their last eight tries against Dallas with the Saints now 2-0 at Cowboys Stadium
    • New Orleans Saints survive defensive meltdown to beat Dallas Cowboys 34-31

      Hartley drills 20-yard game-winner after key fumble recovery by Graham
      Source: nola.com
    • Dallas breaks its fans’ hearts yet again with overtime loss to New Orleans

      Somehow, someway, the Cowboys had to deliver the most torture possible to their fans. Instead of giving up hope after being blown out by the Redskins on Thanksgiving, the Cowboys won three in a row and thanks to some help, had a real chance for a NFC Ea…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Saints win in overtime, ruin Cowboys comeback

      Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo said last week that if they were within two scores in the fourth quarter, they felt like they’d win. But despite erasing a 31-17 deficit in the final 3:35 of regulation, they still fell 34-31 to the Saints in overtime. The
    • Saints and Cowboys headed to overtime

      It would have been easy to not trust Miles Austin, after a series of drops in the second half. But Tony Romo did, and the Cowboys have another comeback, as they overcame a two-touchdown deficit in the final 3:35 to force overtime with the Saints. Romo h…
    • New Orleans Saints edge Dallas Cowboys in overtime 34-31

      Saints move to 7-8 but eliminated from playoffs earlier Sunday
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  • Cowboys fall in OT, but still control playoff fate

    Garrett Hartley kicked a 20-yard field goal in overtime, and the New Orleans Saints damaged Dallas' playoff hopes with a 34-31 victory against the Cowboys on Sunday.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Rapid Reaction: Saints 34, Cowboys 31, OT

      ARLINGTON, Texas -- The Dallas Cowboys have lost control of their season for the moment. It's something coach Jason Garrett didn't want. Neither did owner/general manager Jerry Jones, but that's the reality as the Cowboys head into Christmas Day. New Or…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Wrap-up: Saints 34, Cowboys 31 (OT)

      Thoughts on the New Orleans Saints’ 34-31 overtime victory against Dallas at Cowboys Stadium on Sunday: What it means: The Saints improved to 7-8, but they might have done themselves more harm than good in the long run by hurting Dallas’ playoff hopes
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Cowboys and Saints setting up as a shootout

    The Cowboys and Saints are built to play a back and forth game, and it appears to be headed that direction. The Saints went up early on Mark Ingram’s touchdown run, but the Cowboys bounced back with a 58-yard touchdown pass to Dez Bryant. It’s early f

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