Last night of excellent time baseball movie activity offered us some of the most interesting measures of the day—a scarcity this period.The Giants-Cowboys movie activity was full of head changes, and Al Michaels was on top of it, consistently offering an current count for the audience.
The groups changed out the head eight times in all—the most since another Giants-Cowboys conference in 2009—and it could have been more had it not been for the Cowboys' clogged area purpose in the concluding mere a few moments. Now, at least, the opposition instructor did the awards of frosting Jerr Garrett's kicker at the end of the sport.
The battle for first place between the Giants and the Cowboys on Sunday night at Cowboys Stadium was everything we imagined it would be -- a high-octane shootout that came down to the final play. The result is a mediocre-looking first place tie between two 7-6 teams with the 5-8 Eagles somehow still not out of it. Sunday did see the official mathematical elimination of the Redskins, though they fought their tails off against one of the league's best teams in an effort to avoid it. Yeah, we may not have the best division in the NFL this year. Heck, we may not even have one of the top seven. But it's not without its heart-pounding thrills.