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NEW ORLEANS -- A few thoughts on the Dallas Cowboys' 49-17 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Sunday. What it means for the Cowboys: By the time the Cowboys play again on Nov. 24 against the New York Giants they could be out of first place in the NFC Eas…Upvote Share Tweet
yahoo.com Updated Nov 10, 2013Saints quarterback Drew Brees has done everything necessary to make any list of the top 10 quarterbacks of all time.Maybe winning a second Super Bowl would move him up the list, and he has a shot at that this season. The Saints are 7-2 with a last-secon…Upvote Share TweetEli Manning absorbed a big hit just after he released a pass along the right side to Victor Cruz and now was face down on the turf as the ball landed softly in the arms of Oakland’s Tracy Porter.Upvote Share TweetNEW ORLEANS -- The Dallas Cowboys lost another defensive player on Sunday night. Linebacker Justin Durant is out after suffering a hamstring injury against the New Orleans Saints. The Cowboys are also missing middle linebacker Sean Lee, who also has a h…Upvote Share Tweet
On Pro Football: Reining in Manning to Role of Game Managernytimes.com Updated Nov 10, 2013The continuing struggles of Eli Manning at quarterback may cause Giants Coach Tom Coughlin to take a more conservative approach on offense.Upvote Share TweetCNNSI.com Updated Nov 10, 2013Philly's win over Green Bay only muddled a crowded NFC East even more and fit in with a bizarre Week 10.Upvote Share TweetNEW ORLEANS -- Cowboys wide receiver Dwayne Harris left the game with 3:17 to play in the first quarter with an unknown injury. Harris was returning a kickoff when he was pushed out of bounds by the Saints Kevin Reddick. It appeared Harris was out of bo…Upvote Share TweetGREEN BAY, Wis. -- For all the yardage and carnage, the Philadelphia Eagles' 27-13 win over the Green Bay Packers came down to two red zone throws from Scott Tolzien to Jordy Nelson. LeSean McCoy ran for 155 yards. It seemed like the training staffs wer…Upvote Share TweetOakland Raiders quarterback Terrelle Pryor has a sprained MCL in his right knee, he said after the Raiders' 24-20 loss to the New York Giants on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweet
Deadspin Up All Night: Congratulationsdeadspin.com Updated Nov 10, 2013Thank you for your continued support of Deadspin. Cowboys-Saints will hopefully be good.Read more...Upvote Share Tweet
McCoy has a breakout game against PackGREEN BAY, Wis. -- LeSean McCoy believed the Philadelphia Eagles’ running game would erupt when defenses were forced to deal with Nick Foles and the passing game. McCoy was right. A week after Foles’ seven-touchdown day in Oakland, McCoy ran for 155 yar…Upvote Share Tweet
Cooper making most of his second chanceGREEN BAY, Wis. -- It all could have been so much worse for Riley Cooper and the Philadelphia Eagles over the summer. And now, as fall takes on winter’s bite, things could not be much better. It was not an easy road, from the worst days of Cooper’s pers…Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Three straight wins are nice, no matter what they look like, but the New York Giants' special teams are still a trash fire and Eli Manning doesn't look right at all. The Giants' defense, however ... they may have a little someth…Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- New York Giants defensive end Jason Pierre-Paul suffered a right shoulder stinger in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Oakland Raiders, but said X-rays were negative. Pierre-Paul left the game in the first quarter, but returned in the…Upvote Share TweetEAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Andre Brown needed a ride to the New York Giants' game Sunday morning, so he called rookie right tackle Justin Pugh, who picked him up and delivered him to MetLife Stadium. In the hours before his first live game action since he…Upvote Share TweetNick Foles threw three long touchdown passes and the Philadelphia Eagles pulled away for a 27-13 victory over the injury-ravaged Green Bay Packers, who lost backup quarterback Seneca Wallace to a groin injury on Sunday.Upvote Share Tweetyahoo.com Updated Nov 10, 2013You've heard the old saying, "one step forward, two back?" The Green Bay Packers have their own version: two players back, three more get hurt. All week the Packers prepared for the Philadelphia Eagles with Seneca Wallace under center, and the…Upvote Share Tweet
Locker Room Buzz: Philadelphia EaglesGREEN BAY, Wis. -- Seen and heard in the Philadelphia Eagles' locker room after their 27-13 victory against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Chip Kelly has a better winning percentage at Lambeau than Vince Lombardi: OK, so Kelly has coached just …Upvote Share TweetTerrell Thomas returned an interception 65 yards to set up a go-ahead 1-yard touchdown run by fellow comebacker Andre Brown, and the New York Giants won their third straight game, 24-20 Sunday over Oakland.Upvote Share TweetThe Detroit Lions are well positioned to win their first division title in two decades. Detroit, which last won the NFC North in 1993 when it was called the NFC Central, went to Chicago and won 21-19. Combined with the Packers’ loss to the Eagles’ today…Upvote Share Tweet
Mychal Kendricks, Jason Peters head to locker room, Eagles grab leadThe Eagles are down an inside linebacker, but they are up on the scoreboard. Mychal Kendricks had to leave the field during the Packers’ first offensive possession after suffering a right knee injury at the end of a run by Eddie Lacy. Najeh Goode replac…Upvote Share TweetLast week, Saints receiver Marques Colston missed the team’s loss to the Jets with a knee injury. For Sunday night’s showdown with the Cowboys, Colston officially is listed as questionable. Per a league source, Colston will play tonight. Colston playing…Upvote Share TweetThe backup running backs are going to be on the front lines in New York today. Both Raiders running back Darren McFadden and Giants back Brandon Jacobs are inactive for today’s game with hamstring injuries. The Giants appear ready to start Peyton Hillis…Upvote Share TweetDavid Wilson's season has ended, and significant questions remain as to whether the New York Giants running back will be able to play again.Upvote Share TweetThe Packers are looking a lot healthier at outside linebacker. As expected, Clay Matthews is active for Sunday’s game against the Eagles and he’ll play with a club on his right hand to protect his surgically repaired thumb. The outlook for Nick Perry’s …Upvote Share TweetEagles quarterback Michael Vick won’t play today, and it might be some time before he does. Vick told Albert Breer of the NFL Network he’s still “a week or two away” from coming back from his hamstring. Of course, that might be a moot point, as there’s …Upvote Share Tweetnydailynews.com Updated Nov 10, 2013The Giants started 0-6, maybe you heard about that or read about it in the newspaper. The Giants have an offensive line held together by duct tape and prayer, their star quarterback threw 15 interceptions in his first six games, their defensive line has…Upvote Share Tweet
GameDay: Dallas Cowboys vs. New Orleans Saints highlightsNov 10Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints display complete domination as they defeat the Dallas Cowboys 49-17 in decisive fashion.
Dallas Cowboys recover onside kickNov 10The Dallas Cowboys pull off some trickery in the third quarter, recovering an onside kick.
Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams 21-yard TDNov 10Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo hits wide receiver Terrance Williams for a 21-yard touchdown.
Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray 7-yard TDNov 10Dallas Cowboys running back DeMarco Murray finds the end zone with a 7-yard touchdown run.
Jim Trotter: Panthers take place among NFC elite with gritty win over 49er…Nov 10SAN FRANCISCO -- After his Panthers lost three of four to start the season, coach Ron Rivera couldn't have been more proud when his team won two in a row to reach .500 in October for the first time since 2008. But the satisfaction of the 30-15 victory o…
Don Banks: Absurdity reigns league-wide in Week 10; more SnapsNov 10NEW ORLEANS -- Musings, observations and the occasional insight from a patently ridiculous Week 10 in the NFL. ...
Clayton's Last Call: Big step for SeahawksNov 10The Seahawks have the NFC's No. 1 seed in sight, writes John Clayton. Plus, the Lions' healthy outlook, the 49ers' blues and more.