Sunday, January 10, 2010

NFL WILD CARD FOOTBALL

It’s hard to tell how good the Dallas Cowboys are, but one thing is fairly obvious – they’r better than the Eagles. Dallas has outscored Philadelphia over the past two weeks 58-14.

The ‘Boys won their first playoff game since Bill Clinton was President, ending a 4,760-day drought (each one undoubtedly torture for Jerry Jones…Awwwww, that’s so sad).

Of course, Philly fans are already calling for Donovan McNabb's head. Mind you, he had a bad day (and has had them before on the playoff stage), but he doesn't play defense...

For whatever it’s worth, Michael Vick’s 76 yard TD pass was the longest of his career, the longest for the Eagles this season and the longest ever against the Cowboys in the postseason.


Like the Cowboys, last week the Jets defeated their first-round playoff opponent at home. This week, Gang Green took the show on the road and knocked off the Bengals again this time in Cincinnati’s Paul Brown Stadium.

Playing in single-digit wind chills against a defense that tried its best to put the game in his hands, Mark Sanchez went 12 of 15 for 182 yards and a stratospheric passer rating of 139.4.

(Photos by Jonathan Daniel/Getty Images and Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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