Too many times, the Cowboys acted stupid. Too many times, the Giants responded by acting, period. But the greatest performance showcased during Sunday’s NFC East showdown was delivered at halftime, in the Fox studio, by noted thespian Jimmy Johnson.
The Mavs fought to a victory at Golden State on Thursday, returning to the scene of the crime -- without having to follow the advice of Magic Johnson, who thinks Dirk and Dallas should've committed one. ...
I’ve been a little busy with this Trinity toll road thingy, so it’s been a while since my last MLB post. I’ll cook up some thoughts on the MLB offseason and give a review of Jon Daniels’ second year as GM, but for now, I’ll give you some links to get you caught up on what’s been happening recently.
Very interesting to hear that the Eagles watched game tape of Romo, T.O. and JuJo interspersed with tidbits and music from the movie “Rocky,’’ the implication being that the skill-position ‘Boys might be cut down to size by an assertive punch in their mugs.
Using the same logic, technology and movie-collection references, maybe Dallas should now watch film of the Eagles interspersed with clips from “Dumb and Dumber,’’ “Napoleon Dynamite’’ and “Titanic.’’
NASCAR fans got a Texas sized battle between racing heavyweights Jimmie Johnson and Matt Kenseth at Sunday’s Dickies 500 at Texas Motor Speedway. When the smoke cleared, Johnson came out with his third consecutive win of the Chase and a 30 point lead over teammate Jeff Gordon in the series points’ standings.