Let's give credit where credit is due, and this week it goes to Mickey Spags at dallascowboys.com. I don't always agree with Mick, in fact I often disagree. But this week he nails it on the head. Here's a taste, then go read the article.
That's right, linebacker, and to me, here would be Exhibit A. The Cowboys, who like the Pittsburgh Steelers, play a 3-4 defense, finished the season with these four guys starting at linebacker: Bradie James and either Scott Shanle or Ryan Fowler inside, with DeMarcus Ware and Scott Fujita outside.
The Steelers, being the NFL's fourth-ranked defense, will start on Sunday against Seattle in Super Bowl XL at Ford Field James Farrior and Larry Foote inside, with Joey Porter and Clark Haggans outside.
Time for a T.O. update. Yes, more rumors concerning T.O. and Dallas, but check out the flimsy excuse to make a T.O. and Dallas connection.
WTF? Come on, Adam Schefter, you're better than that. You're telling us that Dallas is interested in getting into a bidding war for a controversial (some say cancer) receiver that according to your article would cost a first-day draft pick just because Washington is interested? That's just poor reporting. Sounds like Drew Rosenhaus is paying reporters to drum up a trade market for Owens. By the way, Washington firmly denied the story.
Parcell's Guy and ex-Cowboy Richie Anderson signed with the New York Jets and will retire.