Tomy Romo shredded the New York Giants defense for 307 yards and three touchdowns to lead his Dallas Cowboys past the defending Super Bowl champs 24-17 Wednesday night at MetLife Stadium. Four-year veteran Kevin Ogletree emerged as a lethal offensive weapon for Dallas, catching eight passes for 114 yards and two TD’s. (more)
Adele Ojomo capitalized on his final opportunity to shine in preseason football, forcing a fumble to set up a 32-yard field goal by Lawrence Tynes with 1:03 left on the clock for the New York Giants to win over the New England Patriots 6-3 Wednesday night at MetLife Stadium. (more)
Veteran RB Brandon Jacobs is no longer a member of the New York Giants but still didn’t hesitate to defend the organization as New York’s team in a recent interview with CBSSports.com. He shared his opinions on how the New York Jets will never obtain the Super Bowl title they seem to talk about and guarantee so frequently. (more)
The 2010 NFL playoff race has become even tighter in light of this week’s results with ties featured in five Divisions. The AFC East is still undecided between the 9-2 New England Patriots and New York Jets following their Thanksgiving Day victories over the Detroit Lions and Cincinnati Bengals. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Baltimore Ravens lead the AFC North at 8-3 after defeating the Buffalo Bills and Tampa Bay Buccaneers. View all NFL Week 12 scores below!
Thursday, November 25, 2010New England Patriots 45, Detroit Lions 24 – Tom Brady racked up 21 completions for 341 yards and four touchdowns to earn a perfect passer rating.
New Orleans Saints 30, Dallas Cowboys 27 – Drew Brees hit Lance Moore for the go-ahead TD from 12 yards out with under two minutes left in regulation.
New York Jets 26, Cincinnati Bengals 10 – Brad Smith broke out for a 53 yard touchdown run in the third quarter and returned a kickoff in the following block to put the Jets on top. (more)
The AFC East currently features two of the NFL’s top three teams between the New England Patriots and New York Jets. The Pittsburgh Steelers are the only other team to share a 5-1 regular season record so far with the 5-2 Baltimore Ravens just behind in the AFC North. The New York Giants and Atlanta Falcons currently lead the NFC standings at 5-2. The once heavily favored Dallas Cowboys and Minnesota Vikings are now struggling to gain any ground in their respective Divisions. Bye week teams included the Lions, Colts, Jets and Texans. All Week 7 scores are listed below!
Sunday, October 24, 2010Atlanta Falcons 39, Cincinnati Bengals 32 – Roddy White caught 11 passes for 201 yards and two touchdowns.
Washington Redskins 17, Chicago Bears 14 – Jay Cutler gift wrapped four interceptions for the Redskins to close out the Bears.
Tennessee Titans 37, Philadelphia Eagles 19 – Kenny Britt racked up 225 yards and three TD’s from just seven receptions.
Kansas City Chiefs 42, Jacksonville Jaguars 20 – The Chiefs scored 28 points to win big at home. (more)
Eli Manning and Tom Brady each led their respective units downfield for first quarter touchdowns as the New York Giants went on to defeat the New England Patriots 20-17 in yesterday’s week 4 preseason showdown at the New Meadowlands Stadium in East Rutherford, NJ. The fourth block also featured a pair of drives between backup QBs Brian Hoyer and Rhett Bomar. Hoyer was first to strike with 4:55 left in regulation when he hit Darnell Jenkins deep for New England to claim the 17-12 advantage. Bomar then connected with Duke Calhoun with under two minutes remaining to solidify the victory for New York.
“It felt great,” said Bomar after completing 11 of 24 passes for 171 yards. “You always want to end the preseason on a good note. It was good to end it like that…I went out there and played and not everything was perfect. But I made some plays and whatever happens, happens.”
Patriots head coach Bill Belichick seems optimistic looking forward despite the recent back-to-back preseason losses. “I think we’re ready to go,” he said. “I think everybody is ready to start the season next week, and we’ll get on it right away. We’re on to Cincinnati.” The Giants will open their regular season campaign against the Carolina Panthers next Sunday as the Patriots play host to the Bengals in Foxboro. New England Patriots tickets are now available!
The wait is over. This past week marked the first round of NFL matchups since the New Orleans Saints earned their first ever title in Super Bowl XLIV. The Saints are ranked among the premier teams in the league again this season with the Indianapolis Colts, Minnesota Vikings, Dallas Cowboys and New England Patriots. Other teams looking to make a run at a title include the Baltimore Ravens, Green Bay Packers, Atlanta Falcons and New York Jets. That said, it’s clear that no accurate predictions can be made in regards to who comes out on top with all of the competition in place.
Week 1 certainly allowed us to catch a first glance and set a few expectations for our respective teams. The AFC East remains one of the more challenging divisions with the Jets and Dolphins improving to challenge the Patriots. The AFC South will make for some good football between the Colts, Texans and revamped Titans. Check for all scores listed below!
Sunday, August 8, 2010Dallas Cowboys 16, Cincinnati Bengals 7 (Hall of Fame Game) – Dallas kicker David Buehler punched in for three field goals, supplying the only points of the first three quarters to lead his squad to victory.
Thursday, August 12, 2010New England Patriots 27, New Orleans Saints 24 – Tom Brady led his men downfield for 10 first quarter points as the Pats went on to knock off the defending champion Saints.
Baltimore Ravens 17, Carolina Panthers 12 – Joe Flacco completed eight passes for 120 yards and a touchdown.
Oakland Raiders 17, Dallas Cowboys 9 – The Raiders showcased a capable defense while surging in the fourth for 17 points to notch the win. (more)
The $1.6 billion New Meadowlands Stadium was just recently selected as the site for Super Bowl XLVIII. NFL commissioner Roger Goodell was proud to make the official announcement yesterday afternoon, saying “It’s a historic moment for the league.” The newly agreed location leaves the slight chance for a complete home game between the AFC’s New York Jets and NFC’s New York Giants.
The projected date for the event is February 2nd, when temperatures usually range from 22-37 degrees. “Obviously it will be cold, but that’s what playing football is all about,” said Giants QB Eli Manning. “I’ve been in the Super Bowl and I’ve been to a couple of Super Bowls and if you’re not in it, the Super Bowl is an event and it’s kind of a place to be and there’s no better place to be than New York City for that vibe and that atmosphere.” Check back for more NFL offseason updates right here at AceTicket.com!
The New York Giants and New York Jets organizations are pushing to host the Super Bowl at their home location in 2014. The New Meadowlands Stadium would certainly welcome a different climate in comparison to previous world championship settings over the past few decades. “As I look outside we could not have gotten more perfect weather. Obviously weather will be a big part of the debate,” said Stadium CEO Mark Lamping. “Sports fans and especially football fans are not intimidated by weather…A New York/New Jersey Super Bowl will be unlike any other.”
Players and coaches alike have spoken out in regards to the idea of a Super Bowl in the northeast. Giants QB Eli Manning thought back to the conditions at Lambeau field during their epic win over the Green Bay Packers in the 2007 NFC Championship, saying “It gets back to playing football, it’s old school.” NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell is supposedly in favor of the bid for 2014. The next two Super Bowls are set to be held in Dallas and Indianapolis. Check for more NFL updates right here at Ace!
Sunday’s matchups featured a handful of surprises to shake up the standings heading into the remaining weeks of the 2009 regular season. QB Bruce Gradkowski threw for 308 yards and three TD’s as the Oakland Raiders won over the Pittsburgh Steelers by 3. The Arizona Cardinals held Brett Favre and the Vikings offense to 17 points while posting up 30 themselves. The Dolphins caused trouble in the AFC East after defeating the New England Patriots yesterday in Miami. Following a pair of thrilling contests against the Redskins and Titans, the New Orleans Saints and Indianapolis Colts are still perfect with 12-0 records. Check Week 12 scores below.
Thursday, December 3rd, 2009New York Jets 19, Buffalo Bills 13 – New York produced the bulk of their points in the first half to take the division battle by 6.
Sunday, December 6th, 2009Philadelphia Eagles 34, Atlanta Falcons 7 – Michael Vick picked up two TD’s as the Eagles dominated his former team through all four quarters.
Chicago Bears 17, St Louis Rams 9 – The Rams failed to get anything going in the red zone, forcing Josh Brown to really go to work with a few field goals.
Cincinnati Bengals 23, Detroit Lions 13 – Cincinnati scored 17 in the second quarter alone as rookie Stafford struggled to march his Lions down field.
Indianapolis Colts 27, Tennessee Titans 17 – Peyton Manning led the high power Colts offense with 24 completions and 270 yards.
Denver Broncos 44, Kansas City Chiefs 13 – Denver RB Correll Buckhalter ran for 113 yards from just 12 carries.
Miami Dolphins 22, New England Patriots 21 – The Dolphins took control in the final minutes with a field goal to pull ahead by 1.
Oakland Raiders 27, Pittsburgh Steelers 24 – Oakland came up with 21 fourth quarter points to rally back and seal the victory.
New Orleans Saints 33, Washington Redskins – Washington was close to playing spoiler against Saints perfection, testing them in their first overtime period of the year.
Carolina Panthers 16, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 6 – Carolina’s defense held the Bucs to just two field goals at Bank of America Stadium.
Jacksonville Jaguars 23, Houston Texans 18 – The Jaguars scored 20 first half points, advancing them to 7-5 for the season.
San Diego Chargers 30, Cleveland Browns 23 – Philip Rivers threw for 373 yards and 2 TD’s from 18 completions.
New York Giants 31, Dallas Cowboys 24 – New York wrapped the contest with 10 fourth quarter points to take over this week’s featured shootout.
Seattle Seahawks 20, San Francisco 49ers 17 – Olino Mare sent one through the uprights for the Seahawks to win in the final seconds.
Arizona Cardinals 30, Minnesota Vikings 17 – Kurt Warner outdueled Favre in his return with 285 yards and 3 TD’s from 22 passes completed.
Monday, December 7th, 2009Green Bay Packers 27, Baltimore Ravens 14 - Aaron Rodgers threw for 263 yards and 3 TD’s as the Packers claimed their fourth consecutive victory.