Thursday, December 8, 2011

Bumbling Dallas Cowboys find Tony Romo is far from trustworthy as showdown with NY Giants nears

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Cowboys QB Tony Romo (r.) is still searching for the 'it' factor during crunch time.
By Gary Myers - NY Dailynews 12/8/11

Dallas Cowboys' Demarcus Ware: NY Giants' Justin Tuck just jealous he doesn't play for America's team


 The usually vocal Justin Tuck is unusually quiet after Cowboys' DeMarcus Ware fires first salvo in war of words with Giants as teams heads for showdown on Sunday.
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The usually vocal Justin Tuck is unusually quiet after Cowboys' DeMarcus Ware fires first salvo in war of words with Giants as teams head for showdown on Sunday.
By Ebenezer Samuel - NY Dailynews 12/8/11

New-Look O-Line Fitting Right In

After multiple injuries before last Sunday's game against the Packers, the outside world probably thought the Giants O-Line line was in a chaotic state. To the Giants linemen, it was simply another day at the office.

By Michael Eisen - Giants.com 12/8/11

Giants' David Diehl has boosted offensive line after position switch

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The Giants' David Diehl recently switched back to guard, the position he played most of the previous four season, after playing tackle this this year.By Mike Garafolo - Star Ledger 12/8/11

Giants guard Mitch Petrus, making his second NFL start, will have to face the Cowboys’ fearsome pass rush

ROAD BLOCKER: Giants lineman Mitch Petrus, who made his first NFL start — at left guard — last week, will have to be on his game to hold off the fierce pass rush of DeMarcus Ware (above) and the Cowboys on Sunday night.
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ROAD BLOCKER: Giants lineman Mitch Petrus, who made his first NFL start — at left guard — last week, will have to be on his game to hold off the fierce pass rush of DeMarcus Ware (above) and the Cowboys on Sunday night.
By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/8/11

Giants safety Kenny Phillips said his left knee injury is ‘nothing serious’

WALK TO SAFETY: Giants safety Kenny Phillips, helped off the field by coach Tom Coughlin after injuring his knee last week, says the injury is ‘not serious.’
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WALK TO SAFETY: Giants safety Kenny Phillips, helped off the field by coach Tom Coughlin after injuring his knee last week, says the injury is ‘not serious.’
By Paul Schwartz - NY Post 12/8/11

Giants quarterback Eli Manning has the confidence of his teammates as he prepares to face the Cowboys

THE WINNER: The Post’s Steve Serby says it’s no contest: Giants quarterback Eli Manning is better than the Cowboys’ Tony Romo.
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THE WINNER: The Post’s Steve Serby says it’s no contest: Giants quarterback Eli Manning is better than the Cowboys’ Tony Romo.
By Steve Serby - NY Post 12/8/11

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