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Archive: November 9, 2008 - November 15, 2008

Dallas Done

Remember, the Cowboys lost as many games with Romo starting as they did when he was out for three games with a broken pinkie.

By Gene Wang | November 14, 2008; 12:53 PM ET | Comments (6)

Only Remember December

Cowboys will get this turned around, and make the playoffs

By Jim Fassel | November 14, 2008; 10:57 AM ET | Comments (1)

Portis the Difference?

To me, it comes down to this one game for the Cowboys and if Clinton Portis plays for the Redskins, I don't think the Cowboys win it.

By Randy Cross | November 14, 2008; 10:55 AM ET | Comments (0)

Tough Sledding

Cowboys have an uphill battle if they want to make the playoffs.

By Joe Theismann | November 14, 2008; 10:52 AM ET | Comments (0)

Don't Believe the Hype

Hottest, no. Most over hyped, perhaps.

By Emil Steiner | November 13, 2008; 4:55 PM ET | Comments (0)

Sure Feels Like It

This game has got all the trappings.

By Jim Fassel | November 13, 2008; 2:27 PM ET | Comments (0)

More Than Spygate

This one is right up there. It's got the most recent acidic history.

By Randy Cross | November 13, 2008; 12:40 PM ET | Comments (0)

It's Ali Without Frazier

The Pats are fighting Gerry Cooney and waiting for the "real guy" (Indy) to show up.

By Doug Farrar | November 13, 2008; 12:32 PM ET | Comments (0)

Pats Yes, Jets No

the Jets to get to that point, they need to actually beat New England

By Zach Leibowitz | November 13, 2008; 12:30 PM ET | Comments (0)

This One Is Personal

I'm not a big believer in true rivalries in today's NFL. But Pats-Jets is different, thanks to the dynamic between Belichick and Mangini.

By Mark Maske | November 13, 2008; 12:30 PM ET | Comments (0)

Not Yet

He's certainly my comeback player of the year, but it's too early to call him MVP.

By Joe Theismann | November 12, 2008; 2:34 PM ET | Comments (0)

It's Warner, For Now

Brees has bigger numbers. Collins has more wins. There are other candidates, too. But Warner is most reponsible for his team having success.

By Mark Maske | November 12, 2008; 12:58 PM ET | Comments (0)

Collins Not Warner

But I'm sure he's still number one in Brenda's book.

By David Aldridge | November 12, 2008; 12:14 PM ET | Comments (0)

In the Hunt, but Not a Lock

At this point, I'd say he's in the running with Clinton Portis and Albert Haynesworth

By Doug Farrar | November 12, 2008; 12:12 PM ET | Comments (0)

Warner Warning - He's Back

Warner is in fact the MVP to date in '08

By Zach Leibowitz | November 12, 2008; 12:09 PM ET | Comments (0)

It's Pretty Amazing

Aikman didn't win as a rookie starter. Peyton Manning didn't. But Flacco and Ryan are. Who would have thought it possible?

By Mark Maske | November 11, 2008; 2:45 PM ET | Comments (0)

Thank Their Teams

It's about right spot, right time.

By Charley Casserly | November 11, 2008; 12:11 PM ET | Comments (0)

All Quarterbacks Need Help

Before we hold the coronation, consider that the all-time rookie W-L runners-up through nine games are Kyle Boller and Rick Mirer.

By Doug Farrar | November 11, 2008; 12:07 PM ET | Comments (0)

Ups and Downs of Rooks

can teams win with rookie quarterbacks? Yes, but the question is for how long.

By Zach Leibowitz | November 11, 2008; 11:35 AM ET | Comments (0)

November 4th-11th Winner: VINGOLD

The terrible traffic at Fed Ex Field was as much of a fan killer as the terrible towels were last Monday.

By TOP COMMENTER | November 10, 2008; 4:27 PM ET | Comments (0)

It's Closer Than It's Been

The NFC South and AFC East are close. At least for now, though, it's still the NFC East.

By Mark Maske | November 10, 2008; 12:19 PM ET | Comments (0)

NFC South, Just Barely

The NFC South is the best division in football by a whisker over the NFC East.

By Gene Wang | November 10, 2008; 11:05 AM ET | Comments (9)

NFC East: Still King

Even the worst team in the division can hang with the best teams in football.

By Emil Steiner | November 10, 2008; 11:04 AM ET | Comments (1)

NFL Rises East, Sets West

With inclusion for all, let's take a look at all eight divisions and rank them from top to bottom.

By Zach Leibowitz | November 10, 2008; 11:03 AM ET | Comments (0)

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