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Spiritof77

  • joined Dec 01, 2009
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Forget the Spread, is there really a sure bet on the most important game of the year?

This Sunday the Super Bowl attracts more bets than any other single sports event worldwide. Like any game, the spread is used to guide a lot of fans' decisions, but historically what has that meant...

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Non-Starter: A look at rookie coaching hires that led to more grief than glory

A lot of teams look to a new man under the headset to bring them to the promise land. Here's a selection of ones who only brought broken promises. Although the NFL season seems to be...

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The Crest in the Rearview miror

The NFL thought it was getting an upgrade when it approved the sale of the Cleveland Browns. So how did things go wrong so fast? The Pilot Flying J scandal is just one of numerous...

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Locker Cleanout 2013

A lot of grief was spilled between Week 17 and the Wild Card round. A look at what portends for the teams thus far eliminated, which ones took a step forward and the ones that already received the...

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Dallas fails to avert Fiscal Cliff, while the rest of the Country Moves On.

Black Monday has come in gone. Where should the change come in Dallas. via www3.pictures.stylebistro.com An uncertain future lies ahead for Tony Romo, built by his past of insecure and...

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Will this game be a Duel for Destiny or just an Inflated Dud?

Recalling the games that changed the fates of teams the most (and the ones that didn't). via img.bleacherreport.net via thebiglead.fantasysportsven.netdna-cdn.com On one night in...

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Who Will Show Up: Raghib Ismael or John Riggins?

The Dallas-Washington Rivalry is one of the most storied in NFL history. The deciding factor has always been break-out performances by individuals, some of which are chronicled below. via w...

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What Can Brown Do To You?

Assessing the threat of one of the more ignored opponents this year. via media.cleveland.com The Cleveland Browns always seem to be playing for the draft, but these two 2nd year DB's, Joe...

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Where did this come from? Dallas defense finally discovers explosive play.

And Career Day Pt. 2, The Rest of the League. via www.rantsports.com CB Brandon Carr handling the football, the sight that Jerry Jones was hoping to see more when he signed him away...

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Career Day at Lincoln Financial Field

Eagles HC Andy Reid's best coaching years seem to be behind him; Jason Garrett may be wondering if his will ever arrive. via www.highphive.net After well over a decade as Philly coach,...

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Wanted: Closer. Qualification: Playing 60 minutes of levelheaded football

Brandon Carr and the Dallas secondary didn't crumble as predicted. But they were forced to keep the team in the game rather that hold a lead. via media.mlive.com Lowering expectations and...

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The Future waits another week

Browns rookie Brandon Weeden is harried on the road against Indianapolis, Oct. 22, 2012. (via ww2.hdnux.com) The Rookie QB Revolution heralded preseason has had its successes, but Week 7 of...

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October MPG: Evaluating the personnel changes after the 1st Q of 2012 for the NFC East teams and more . . .

Once Eli Manning hoisted the Lombardi Trophy in January the rest of the NFL were off to the races in putting together the next package of talent that would dominate the headlines. Some moves...

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Demob the draft. Enough already!

Throughout the month of April the sports watching public was swamped once again with prognostications concerning the draft. Every able bodied reporter with a presentable haircut and three-piece was...

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A Bitter Personal Moment

I write as I'm watching the post-game coverage of the Giants' victory over the Cowboys. It seems I should be more bitter. Last year the season ended with a meaningless victory against Philadelphia....

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Where do we go from here?

The emptiest feeling pervades my room after having spent this day at work following the Dallas game on Yahoo! Game Channel. Was I pleased that we ended the season with a road win at Philly? That...

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Fourth Quarter tidal waves today summarize a wacky season for the NFC East

In a weekend when the NFC East teams were confined to killing each other off, both games would become perfect metaphors for what has transpired over the first fifteen weeks of the season. Every...

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Cowboys in good shape (considering)

With all of the disappointment over the Cowboys' start this season, I think that it's worthwhile to note that there's still a ways to go until the situation gets critical and the team needs to...

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Keeping up with the Phillipses

Irrespective of the outcome of yesterday afternoon's game against Minnesota, I think that Jerry Jones should make the prudent call and retain Wade Phillips as his head coach. Until December, that...

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James and Jones add new dimensions

  A lot has been written about the way that Keith Brooking became the spur that drives the Dallas defense this season. Or of Miles Austin stepping up to fill in for TO. Or of DeMarcus Ware...

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Shanahan good for NFC East

Writing this I'm aware that we are all focused on the Saturday game, but yesterday the most important news of the offseason may have happened. As we all know Washington Reskins owner Daniel...

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Watching the Division: Snyder's gulag welcomes new inmates

  Giddy as any Dallas fan, looking ahead to 2010 I watch the changing face of our division which was accelerated on Black Monday with the firing of Jim Zorn in DC. During the 2009 season I'm sure...

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