Tim Legler joins Max Kellerman on This Just In to discuss who the most important players in the NBA playoffs are.
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Was Jerry Jones Holding the Dallas Cowboys From the Super Bowl?
For years there has been much speculation on Jerry Jones effects on the Dallas Cowboys chances for the Super Bowl. It seems hard to believe that an owner would intentionally or unintentionally cripple a team’s chances of winning. It would be even more preposterous to suggest that an owner would diminish any chance of winning the crown of all crowns the Super bowl.Week Thirteen Preview – Atlanta Falcons
The Eagles continue their march towards the playoffs as they travel to Atlanta to take on the Falcons. Atlanta is a team on the outside looking in on the playoff race and will really need to beat Philadelphia if they want to have a shot. The Falcons are unbeaten at home and will look to continue the trend. Both teams have been struck hard by the injury bug and will need a lot of players to step up in order to find a way to win.How Football Developed As a Game in the United States
If you love sports I’m sure you have wondered how football developed as a game in the United States. The first game started in the Northeastern part of the United States, with two Ivy League teams on November 6, 1869. Rutgers University and Princeton University battled it out with Rutgers defeating Princeton by 6 goals to 4.