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The Miami Dolphins are still hopeful of making a run to the playoffs.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 301 yards with three of his four touchdown passes to Greg Jennings, besting Brett Favre and Minnesota for the second time this season and sending the Green Bay Packers to a 31-3 victory over the skidding Vikings on Sunday.
Let the debate begin.
As a third-string quarterback on the 1993 Dallas Cowboys, Jason Garrett tried to absorb every nuance of the game and he especially took note of the way coach Jimmy Johnson ran the club.
OPENING LINE _ Dolphins by 2
Tony Gonzalez lets his mind drift at times. He sees himself standing on the field at the end of the Super Bowl, the confetti dropping all around, a championship finally his.
For eight years, the Pittsburgh tolerated Jeff Reed's off-field incidents and had no issues with his platinum-dyed hair and quirkiness. What they couldn't forgive were his misses.
The NFL Players Association wants two bye weeks and bigger rosters to accept the league's proposed 18-game regular season.
Jerry Jones held up the game ball and, with a smile as wide as Big D itself, handed it to Jason Garrett.