Referee Alex Kemp and his crew didn't confer with the league office before ending the 49ers-Cowhoys playoff game.
Cowboys fans were seething on Sunday. Apparently, so was Dak.
Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy explained what happened on the bizarre final play against the 49ers.
Sunday’s game between the Eagles and the Buccaneers included a moment during which Tampa Bay coach Bruce Arians went after defensive back Andrew Adams, physically. It came after a muffed punt by Philadelphia receiver Jalen Reagor. Arians, in order to keep Adams from drawing a flag for pulling an opponent off the pile, slapped Adams [more]
After the game, PFWA pool reporter Todd Archer spoke with referee Alex Kemp about the controversial finish. Here is the entire back-and-forth.
The Dallas Cowboys’ season ends in fantastic failure with a playoff loss encased in penalties in bad calls
Whenever I hear the phrase “good problem to have,” my response is that the only good problem to have is no problem at all. Raiders owner Mark Davis has a problem. The players on his team want interim coach Rich Bisaccia to get the permanent job. Multiple players, including quarterback Derek Carr, have spoken out [more]
Not many people are happier than Stephen A. Smith to see the Cowboys lose Sunday.
One fan went viral for their priceless reaction to the Cowboys-49ers NFC Wild Card game.
Kyle Shanahan explains the fourth-down gaffe that could have cost the 49ers the game.
Many of the same mistakes Mike McCarthy made with the Packers are playing out in real time with the Cowboys. Jerry Jones should have known better.
The Dallas Cowboys lose in the “most Mike McCarthy way” possible.
Several of the NFL's foremost Super Bowl contenders made strong statements this weekend, including the Bills and Buccaneers.
If Jack Nicklaus has said it once, he's said it a thousand times: the golf ball goes too far.
The supermodel, who turns 68 on Feb. 2, appears to be vacationing in the Caribbean.
Referee Alex Kemp said in a pool report that umpire Ramon George did everything correctly in spotting the ball. Quarterback Dak Prescott said he and the Cowboys did everything correctly to have time to spike the ball before the clock ran out. “I thought I did (spike the ball in time),” Prescott said. “I didn’t [more]
Darius Slay posted a tweet that's drawing attention from current and former Patriots.
The Cowboys made a calculated risk at the end of Sunday night’s loss to the 49ers. And it failed. With 14 seconds left, no timeouts, and the ball on the San Francisco 41, Cowboys coach Mike McCarthy called a quarterback draw. Dak Prescott sprinted all the way to the 24 yard line before sliding to [more]
The Cowboys looked like they would get a shot at one final play to win the game. Instead, a referee fumbled through the line, and the clock ran out.
After the Warriors dropped a rough road loss to the Timberwolves, NBA Twitter weighed in with different reactions. Here's a look at what fans and analysts were saying on Sunday.