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Curran: Five thoughts from Super Bowl XLV

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Curran: Five thoughts from Super Bowl XLV

The Green Bay Packers won Super Bowl XLV. Or did thePittsburgh Steelers lose it? "It's disrespectful to say they didn'tbeat us," said Steelers safety Ryan Clark. "Of course, there's somethings we feel like we could've done better, but it would be totallydisrespectful. So they won the game. The Green Bay Packers playedbetter than the Pittsburgh Steelers. Period. Point blank." And AaronRodgers played better than Ben Roethlisberger; Clay Matthews playedbetter than Troy Polamalu and Mike McCarthy coached better than MikeTomlin. But even with all that, the Steelers still had the ball with achance to win with 1:59 left. So, all hail Green Bay? I guess. On tothe 5 from SB45.

Redskins' 20-10 victory adds to woes for Giants (2-9)

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Redskins' 20-10 victory adds to woes for Giants (2-9)

LANDOVER, Md. - Kirk Cousins threw two touchdown passes to compensate for a pick-6, and the Washington Redskins beat the New York Giants 20-10 on Thursday night on a drab field in a drab game between two injury-depleted teams that did not look ready for prime time. Click here to read more. 


 

Report: Jones may still go after Goodell

Report: Jones may still go after Goodell

Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones, who has backed down from his threat to sue the NFL over commissioner Roger Goodell's contract extension, is adamant about his fellow owners discussing it at a Dec. 13 meeting, according to Pro Football Talk.

Here's more from Charean Williams of NBCSports.com's Pro Football Talk.