The National Football League will open its 2012 regular season on Wednesday when the Dallas Cowboys visit the defending Super Bowl-champion New York Giants. The off- and pre- seasons have set up several key story lines for the new season. Here are the 10 burning questions for the 2012 NFL season:
The best tennis players in the world, the start of the college football season and the MLB pennant races highlight the Labor Day weekend offerings. Here’s what sports events to watch on TV this weekend:
The US women’s 4×200-meter freestyle relay team won gold at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London on Wednesday, but China claimed the lead in the overall medal count. Here’s Wednesday’s Olympic Games’ recap:
The Summer Olympics begin this weekend in London. For more than a century, the modern Olympic games have provided a global stage for athletes to deliver unforgettable moments of competition, courage and compassion.
The Giants beat the Cowboys to win the NFC East, while the Bengals and Broncos lost, but received help from other teams to slip into the last remaining AFC playoff spots. The playoffs are scheduled to begin next Saturday, when Cincinnati travels to Houston and New Orleans hosts Detroit. On Sunday, Atlanta travels to New York, while Denver hosts Pittsburgh. Here’s a recap of all of the action from the NFL schedule in Week 17:
Reggie Wayne caught a 1-yard touchdown pass from Dan Orlovsky with 19 seconds to play, and the Indianapolis Colts beat the Houston Texans 19-16 on Thursday night. Indianapolis (2-13) won its second straight game. T
As the 2011 NFL season creeps closer to its halfway point, at least four teams will make starting quarterback changes in time for the games of week seven. Meanwhile, other teams may soon consider coaching changes, since eight teams have one victory or less.
Jahvid Best rushed for 163 yards, including an 88-yard touchdown run, to lead the Detroit Lions to a 24-13 victory over the Chicago Bears on ‘Monday Night Football.’
Long scoring plays helped the Lions win the penalty-filled game that saw the two teams assessed a combined 26 penalties for 198 yards. The Detroit win, which came in front of a loud, sold-out Ford Field crowd during the Lions’ first Monday night game in 10 years, kept the team undefeated on the season with a record of 5-0.
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