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Archive: November 15, 2009 - November 21, 2009

Cowboys: Viva La Vida

We used to rule the world, but these days it's just as easy to pity the Cowboys as it is to hate us.

By Gene Wang | November 20, 2009; 11:51 AM ET | Comments (6)

America's Team... of arrogance

Everything is bigger in Texas, except the Cowboys trophy over the last 13 years.

By Dan Levy | November 20, 2009; 10:59 AM ET | Comments (5)

Like Yanks, Cowboys under microscope

Most fans loathe the Cowboys, and will do anything they can to bad-mouth them. Is it fair? Not really.

By Sean Moroney | November 20, 2009; 10:41 AM ET | Comments (0)

Cowboys bandwagon pathetic

The legions of soulless, bandwagon Cowboys fans, scattered across America, make Dallas that much more repugnant.

By Jason Brewer | November 20, 2009; 9:22 AM ET | Comments (7)

Keep Dallas in Dallas

I don't have a problem with Cowboys fans from Texas, it's the locals -- the ones who want nothing more than to spoil the home team's party.

By Dave Goldberg | November 20, 2009; 6:57 AM ET | Comments (6)

Cowboys fans suck

My hatred of the Cowboys is less about the team and more about having to deal with the obnoxious fan base.

By Edward Valentine | November 20, 2009; 6:52 AM ET | Comments (22)

UnAmerica's Team

Why do Redskins fans hate the Cowboys? Let us count the ways.

By Leonard Shapiro | November 20, 2009; 6:43 AM ET | Comments (18)

What's the root of Cowboys hatred?

Why are the Dallas Cowboys the most hated franchise in sports? Weigh in here...

By Reader Poll | November 20, 2009; 6:13 AM ET | Comments (15)

NFL's David and Goliath

As opposed to vilifying the Bengals for turning the corner this year they should be commended and hopefully emulated by other teams.

By Peter Schaffer | November 18, 2009; 2:05 PM ET | Comments (0)

Who dey meet LJ

Larry Johnson: count your blessings and please, fall quietly in line.

By Jason Maloni | November 17, 2009; 7:02 PM ET | Comments (3)

"Evil" Bengals are good for game

Police activity aside, the league always needs a bad boy image team for people to root against.

By Dan Levy | November 17, 2009; 6:34 PM ET | Comments (1)

Low risk, some reward

I don't foresee this signing as a return to the Bengals of old, when arrest records polluted half the roster.

By Doug Farrar | November 17, 2009; 5:47 PM ET | Comments (0)

Bengals earn stripes

Much like Larry Johnson, the team will look to leave its old reputation far behind.

By Josh Zerkle | November 17, 2009; 5:20 PM ET | Comments (0)

LJ risk too high

The Bengals are in no position to be rehabilitating anybody's image.

By Sean McCann | November 17, 2009; 3:52 PM ET | Comments (0)

Good luck Cincinnati

If he would just play football and not act like an idiot, this would even be a good idea. Unfortunately, Johnson doesn't just play football.

By Dawn Knight | November 17, 2009; 3:36 PM ET | Comments (2)

Cinderella cats

Fans and the NFL should be encouraged that the Bengals and Larry Johnson are proving that parity is alive and well.

By Josh Kirkendall | November 17, 2009; 3:09 PM ET | Comments (1)

Winning pardons all

If Larry Johnson produces, or at least doesn't get in the way of the Bengals winning, he'll be forgiven.

By Dave Goldberg | November 17, 2009; 3:03 PM ET | Comments (0)

Belichick fail

Perhaps the Genius of Gillette is getting old?

By Sean McCann | November 16, 2009; 2:02 PM ET | Comments (1)

The football Gods are smiling

Although Belichick made a bold move, other coaching moments made this very flawed.

By Sean Moroney | November 16, 2009; 12:23 PM ET | Comments (2)

Belichick played to win

Considering the way the Colts were moving the ball, Bill Belichick would do the same thing over again, and I don't blame him.

By Chris Richardson | November 16, 2009; 11:59 AM ET | Comments (1)

Great move, Bill

I'm not a Belichick fan, but I loved his fourth-down decision more than I can probably articulate.

By Jeff Nelson | November 16, 2009; 11:16 AM ET | Comments (2)

Ego of genius

Bill Belichick wanted to show the world that he didn't become one of the three or four "genius'' coaches in NFL history by following conventional wisdom.

By Dave Goldberg | November 16, 2009; 10:18 AM ET | Comments (3)

Belichick got clocked

the real story here is that Manning is playing his position as well as it can be played, and that's why this game went the way it did.

By Doug Farrar | November 16, 2009; 9:13 AM ET | Comments (1)

Belichick's Blunder

The worst decision New England Patriots Coach Bill Belichick has ever made?

By Michael Wilbon | November 16, 2009; 8:34 AM ET | Comments (17)

Smart move, Bill

If you want to win, you go for it on fourth which is what makes Belichick a champion.

By David Aldridge | November 16, 2009; 8:29 AM ET | Comments (9)

What do you think of Belichick's call?

New England Patriots have a Hall of Fame head coach who went for it on fourth and two at his own 28, up six, with 2:03 left and lost. Was it the right move?

By Reader Poll | November 16, 2009; 8:25 AM ET | Comments (0)

More Shocking: Belichick's Call or Bengals'

Cincinnati Bengals embarrass Pittsburgh Steelers or Bill Belichick's fourth down gaff in New England Patriots loss to Indianapolis Colts, which was more shocking?

By Reader Poll | November 16, 2009; 7:22 AM ET | Comments (6)

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