The Dallas Cowboys' radio announcers called the final play of the season
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]
Nations around the planet are making a subtle but consequential pivot in their war against the coronavirus: Crushing the virus is no longer the strategy. Many countries are just hoping for a draw. It's a strategic retreat, signaled in overt and subtle ways from Washington to Madrid to Pretoria, South Africa, to Canberra, Australia. Notably, few countries today outside of China - which is still locking down cities - cling to a "zero-covid" strategy.Subscribe to The Post Most newsletter for the mo
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]
The Dallas Cowboys got too cute after working a fake punt
One fan went viral for their priceless reaction to the Cowboys-49ers NFC Wild Card game.
The Cowboys never gained sure footing against 49ers, who played a more physical, more disciplined game. Dallas was hurt by 14 penalties for 89 yards.
The supermodel, who turns 68 on Feb. 2, appears to be vacationing in the Caribbean.
The Cowboys looked like Super Bowl contenders just a few weeks ago.
Hunter Henry pulled aside Mac Jones near the end of the Patriots' blowout loss.
The incident took place during the Bucs' playoff win over the Eagles.
Darius Slay posted a tweet that's drawing attention from current and former Patriots.
The play of the most-penalized team in the regular season carried over into the postseason.
Donna Kelce’s goal is to see son Travis Kelce and the Kansas City Chiefs play in Sunday evening’s postseason game after watching other son Jason play for the Eagles on Sunday afternoon in Tampa.
Bullies win. Observations from the #49ers' victory over the Cowboys.
It was 7 degrees at kickoff on Saturday.
The Australian Open can get along perfectly well without Novak Djokovic, said the 20-time major champion Rafael Nadal, on a day when the world’s leading players bemoaned the distractions caused by Djokovic’s immigration battle.
Jerome Boger's officiating crew won't suit up again this postseason.
The Cowboys were outplayed, but gave themselves several chances to win in the fourth before coming up short. | From @KDDrummondNFL