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August 9, 2010- By Jonathan Lowell A team that has lost its dynasty status will meet a franchise trying to create one Thursday night in Gillette Stadium. It will be the first preseason game for both teams as they try to get back to the Super Bowl. The two teams finished at opposite ends of […]

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August 9th, 2010 –  By Bryan Cross The Dallas Cowboys already have one game under their belt in the 2010 NFL Pre-season when they face Oakland in Week One of the full slate of exhibition games.  The Cowboys got by Cincinnati in the annual Hall Of Fame Game this past Sunday 16-7, in what was […]

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August 9th, 2010-  By Bryan Cross On a day when arguably two of the greatest players in history at their position were inducted into the Hall of Fame, in Jerry Rice and Emmit Smith, the 2010 NFL Pre-season officially kicked off between the Dallas Cowboys and Cincinnati Bengals. The Cowboys began their journey on trying […]

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August 8, 2010 – By Scott Washington Redskins’ Albert Haynesworth has finally passed the team’s conditioning test. On Saturday morning he conquered the 300-yard shuttle run and was finally allowed to suit up and practice. Head coach Mike Shanahan had kept him from practicing with the team until he passed the test and stood true […]

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August 7, 2010  – By Scott The Buffalo Bills have finally landed their first pick in the 2010 NFL draft as running back C.J. Spiller has signed a 5-year deal. Spiller’s deal is reported to be worth $25 million but could rise to as much as $37.5 million if incentives are met. The former Clemson […]

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August 6, 2010-  Written By Alex Once regarded the “best” division in the NFL, the NFC East will now have to settle for the title of “most competitive.” The Dallas Cowboys appear to be the team to beat, however, offseason moves by the other three teams in the division make this a race worth watching. […]

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The AFC East will have one of the most fascinating battles for first place in all of football. The New England Patriots have been considered the class of the division for nearly a decade, however, the New York Jets are aiming to take the number one spot away from them in 2010. The Miami Dolphins […]

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August 5, 2010-  Written By Alex The NFC North is essentially a two-team race to the finish line between the Green Bay Packers and the Minnesota Vikings. Interestingly enough, the teams are exact opposites with the Packers being very stable at the quarterback position, and the Vikings having a huge question mark regarding the status […]

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August 5th, 2010 – by Alex The AFC North is arguably the most controversial division in football. With the often-in-the-news Cincinnati Bengals bringing in Terrell Owens over the summer, the Bengals have the talent to compete with the Baltimore Ravens to be the favorites in the division, but also have a very combustible locker room. […]

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