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Topic - Morris Claiborne
The key now? Making plays when opposing defenses have a better feel for what he can do. Make no mistake — the Chicago Bears, this week's opponent on Sunday at FedEx Field, will have a much better idea of what Reed can do.
Dez Bryant moves from one set of autograph-seekers to another, fans screaming his name while he signs footballs and jerseys _ and a baby.
This miserable season without their suspended coach won't end in a playoff appearance for Drew Brees and the New Orleans Saints.
Brandon Carr found a way to silence thousands of Terrible Towel-waving Pittsburgh fans at Cowboys Stadium and send the Dallas crowd home happy.
The Dallas Cowboys barely beat two teams going nowhere and couldn't hang with Robert Griffin III in a loss during their three-game home stand.
Tony Romo knows what matters the most when it comes to the Dallas Cowboys. So while it's nice to break Troy Aikman's franchise record for career touchdown passes, he's focused on getting his team to the playoffs.
The next man up for the depleted Dallas defense is Batman. That's the way newcomer Brady Poppinga is looking at it, anyway.
Somewhere in the middle of six defensive penalties that gave Philadelphia first downs, Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett turned to backup quarterback Kyle Orton to talk a little game simulation.
Chris Johnson finally hit the gas. And Matt Hasselbeck delivered in the clutch for a second straight week.
Tyrann Mathieu was a game-changer for LSU last season. The definition of a ball hawk, the Honey Badger turned games in the Tigers' favor with an uncanny ability to make big plays when they were needed most.
Jerry Jones says the Dallas Cowboys have no intention of trading cornerback Mike Jenkins or any interest in going to federal court to further fight the NFL about a $10 million salary cap reduction.
The second round of the NFL draft begins Friday night with St. Louis on the clock. Unless, of course, the Rams and the rest of the teams are still in a trading mood.
With so much wheeling and dealing, maybe the NFL draft should move to Wall Street.
Minnesota, you are on the clock.
How appropriate for a quarterback-driven league that the top two picks on Thursday night will be passers expected to turn around franchises.
"I looked at the replay and I knew there was a fumble," Claiborne said.
"We just have to stick it out," Claiborne said. "We've been doing a good job fighting this whole year with our backs against the wall. Last night, the defense, it felt like our backs were against the wall."