How time flies. It was exactly five years ago today that the NFL awarded the city of Dallas Super Bowl XLV. That year, the North Texas bid beat out Tampa and Indianapolis. Of course, the Colts got the game the next year and did a hell of a job, while Dallas' first bowl didn't exactly go swimmingly. Had the league gone to Indy first, things might have been different. Let's get on with what's being talked about today.
A year ago, the 11-5 Chicago Bears won the NFC North Division title and were the No. 2 seed in the NFC Playoffs, playing their way to the NFC Championship game. The Green Bay Packers beat the Bears and ultimately won the Super Bowl.... Read Post
The Dallas Cowboys came into the 2010-11 NFL season as one of the preseason favorites to come out of the NFC East and represent the conference in the Super Bowl...and become the first team to play a Super Bowl in their home city. In... Read Post
Last weekend, all four NFC East teams set out for a quest that each squad believes could culminate in Dallas for Super Bowl XLV. The Giants spent the afternoon exorcising last year’s demons by beating up on the Carolina Panthers, te... Read Post