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NFL: Wrap Up

Congratulations to the Baltimore Ravens. Did anyone notice that Joe Flacco seemed to play better than he ever had over the last five or six games of the season? His elevated play seems to correlate to Jim Caldwell’s being named offensive coordinator. Someone needs to give Jim Caldwell some props. If you are the San Francisco 49ers fan, you have to be sick. The game was in your hands. You had the ball inside the 10-yard line with two minutes to play. The Ravens best run stopper, Haloti Ngata, was nursing a knee injury on the side line. Ray Lewis, future

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NFL: Super Bowl Sunday

Over the last several years, we’ve seen football teams get “hot” at the end of the year. As a matter fact, the New York Giants are the best example of a team that was wallowing in mediocrity and somehow got it together four years ago. They did that same thing this year. They were 6-6. People were laughing at Eli Manning and his characterization of himself as an elite quarterback. Many in New York were calling for Tom Coughlin to be fired. The defensive coordinator and the offensive coordinator were under fire all year long. Yet, somehow, they put together a

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Why the Cowboys have issues

There is no team in the NFL who should be more worried about their season after week two than the Dallas Cowboys. (Possible exceptions are the San Francisco 49ers, who play today on NFL, and the Minnesota Vikings.) Three or four years ago, the Dallas Cowboys wowed the NFL with a prolific offense which was a combination of deep passes and hard running by Marion Barber. Last year, the Cowboys seemed to have the ability to lose a game they needed to win. Then, magically, down the stretch, they began to win football games. They won their first playoff game in

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