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Dallas Cowboys Fans want Jerry Jones Fired, and rightly so
If they want to see Jerry Jones fired and replaced with a new GM, Dallas Cowboys fans will have to take some drastic steps to force the owner's hand.
The Dallas Cowboys in 2013 Super Bowl? Here's How
After yet another late-season collapse that saw more than a few warts exposed, the Dallas Cowboys seem years away from contending for the Super Bowl.
Expect a San Francisco 49ers vs. Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl
When the San Francisco 49ers and Baltimore Ravens played earlier this season, the game was dubbed the "Harbaugh Bowl." Expect a rematch on Super Bowl Sunday.
Why the Baltimore Ravens Beat the New England Patriots
Unfortunately, Belichick's savior won't be able to keep the Baltimore Ravens from beating the New England Patriots on Sunday.
Jim Rome Makes Fun of Tim Tebow Music Video
A recently released Tim Tebow music video may be uplifting to fans of the Denver Broncos quarterback; however, Jim Rome clearly thinks it's laughable.
T-Sizzle Suggests Racism Helps Tim Tebow; Hurts Cam Newton
Terrell Suggs said there is a double standard for Tim Tebow and Cam Newton, and his comments suggest he believes racism is the main reason why.
How Tim Tebow Can Beat the Pittsburgh Steelers
The odds-makers have the Broncos penciled in as 8-point underdogs, but make no mistake; Tim Tebow can beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.
John Elway a Fool for Cutting Kyle Orton for Tim Tebow
Even if you think John Elway was right to choose Tim Tebow over Kyle Orton; there can be no doubt that he managed the two players foolishly.
Drew Brees Comments on Tim Tebow
It seems everyone in the NFL has an opinion on Tim Tebow, including New Orleans quarterback Drew Brees, who recently commented on the Denver Broncos quarterback.
Tim Tebow Will Beat Tom Brady! Wait, No He Won't
Weeks ago, the thought of Tim Tebow orchestrating a win against Tom Brady would have been laughable. Oh how times have changed.
Did Steroid Effects Give Sports Star 2011 MLB Award?
According to reputable sources, steroid effects may be responsible for a Major League Baseball sports star's amazing 2011 season.
Tim Tebow Critics Are Wrong! Aren't They?
In the short term, Tim Tebow critics look like they couldn't be more wrong; in the long run, they'll be proved right.
How to Oakland Raiders Can Beat the Green Bay Packers
Here's what the Oakland Raiders will have to do to give Aaron Rodgers and the undefeated Green Bay Packers loss number one.
Dallas Cowboys Coach Jason Garrett Press Conference
Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Jason Garrett answers questions from the media about his controversial decisions during the team's loss to the Arizona Cardinals.
NFL Picks: 2 Crazy Upset Predictions
This week, expect a pair of inconsistent favorites to do what they do best: confound and confuse their fans.
Sports Betting: Take the Buffalo Bills over the Dallas Cowboys
At times, the Dallas Cowboys look good enough to win the NFC East; however, they won't be good enough against the Buffalo Bills this Sunday.
Pick the Seahawks Over the Ravens
If you think the Baltimore Ravens will dominate the Seattle Seahawks, you simply haven't been paying attention to the NFL.
Week 9 NFL Picks
My week 9 NFL picks identify a few underdogs that should put up strong showings, and one or two upsets that will have many scratching their heads.
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AP source: Saints tell Sproles he won't return (Yahoo Sports)
A person familiar with the situation says Darren Sproles has been informed that the Saints will release him if they are unable to trade him before free agency begins. New Orleans' decision to part with Sproles is the latest in a series of cost-cutting moves, including Friday's release of receiver Lance Moore. The moves give the Saints more flexibility under the NFL's salary cap as they try to sign free agent tight end Jimmy Graham to an extension. Before the Moore move was announced, Moore all but confirmed it with a note on Twitter, writing, ''Thank you New Orleans for an amazing nine years.
A day of survival at Doral (Yahoo Sports)
Matt Kuchar played out of the rough to tap-in range for birdie on the 18th hole for a 2-over 74 that allowed him to join an exclusive group at the Cadillac Championship - one of only four survivors to par. Patrick Reed made only two birdies in his round of 75. Hunter Mahan atoned for a triple bogey with a 4-iron into 5 feet for eagle on the eighth hole, giving him a 74.
No. 2 Wichita State 32-0 after beating Evansville (Yahoo Sports)
No. 2 Wichita State is still perfect. The top-seeded Shockers stayed unbeaten with an 80-58 romp over Evansville in the quarterfinals of the Missouri Valley tournament Friday. ''I love how this team goes about their business, their approach and how resolute they are,'' coach Gregg Marshall said. ''Fantastic to see what they're doing,'' Evansville guard D.J. Balentine said after scoring 31 points.
Duke's Parker faces tough stay-or-go decision (Yahoo Sports)
This could be it for Jabari Parker at Duke. His final game at Cameron Indoor Stadium could come Saturday night when No. 4 Duke hosts rival North Carolina - if the freshman phenom jumps to the NBA after the season, as most outsiders always assumed he would do. ''A deciding factor is where I'm going to grow the most, whether it's in the NBA or even in college, the learning experiences that I need as far as (growing as) a basketball player.'' The Wooden Award finalist has been the most consistent player for Duke (23-7, 12-5 Atlantic Coast Conference). He could become the first Duke freshman to lead the team in scoring and rebounds.
AP Source: Cassel to re-sign with Vikings (Yahoo Sports)
Matt Cassel was one day away from hitting the free agent market and fielding offers from other suitors. Then the Minnesota Vikings swooped in at the last minute. The Vikings agreed to terms with Cassel on Friday on a deal that will keep him in Minnesota, a person with knowledge of the situation told The Associated Press. The move helps solidify the Vikings' shaky quarterback situation.
Rockets win 4th straight, 112-86 over Pacers (Yahoo Sports)
James Harden and the Rockets were determined to make up for their most lopsided loss of the season when they got a second shot at Indiana on Friday night. Not only did Houston do that, but it handed the Eastern Conference-leading Pacers their biggest defeat in the process. Harden had 28 points and the Rockets used a huge third quarter to turn a close game into a blowout in a 112-86 win over the Pacers. Harden scored 16 in Houston's 38-point third quarter, which turned a three-point lead into a 29-point advantage.
Jaguars re-sign QB Henne to 2-year contract (Yahoo Sports)
The Jacksonville Jaguars are bringing back quarterback Chad Henne - and making him the starter. Henne's deal includes $4.5 million guaranteed in the first year and comes four days before the beginning of free agency and one day before Henne could have started negotiating with other teams. Coach Gus Bradley made it clear on a conference call that the plan is for Henne to be the starter, even if the general manager Dave Caldwell selects a quarterback with the No. 3 pick in the May draft. ''If we did go that route, where we did bring in a quarterback at No. 3, we'd like to create an environment where that quarterback could come in and just put all of his focus on preparation and learning without the distractions that come with it.
Gamecocks' Martin apologizes for harsh language (Yahoo Sports)
Suspended South Carolina coach Frank Martin apologized to fans for his harsh words aimed at Gamecocks point guard Duane Notice in the loss to No. 1 Florida this week. ''I can't do anything other than apologize,'' Martin said Friday in a press conference to address the suspension. He already apologized to Notice and is not travelling with the team to its regular-season finale at Mississippi State on Saturday. Martin will resume his duties before the Gamecocks play in the Southeastern Conference tournament next week.
Harvard beats Yale 70-58 to earn NCAA berth (Yahoo Sports)
Harvard became the first team to reach the NCAA tournament, and the Crimson did it on rival Yale's court. ''You couldn't ask for much better,'' said senior guard Brandyn Curry, who had 14 points in in the 70-58 win over the Bulldogs on Friday night that secured the outright Ivy League championship. ''It means a lot to come back after everything and win here, in this place.'' Curry was on this same floor three years ago, when Harvard lost to Princeton on a buzzer-beater in a conference playoff game. That was the last time someone other than Harvard represented the Ivy League in the NCAA tournament.