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Romo, Cowboys edge Miami, 20-19

 

Tony Romo July 2007 (photo by Summertx via wikipedia commons)

Dallas Cowboys rookie placekicker Dan Bailey has been money in the bank for his team at the end of games.

The 7-4 Cowboys have won four games this season that have been decided by a kick from Bailey in the final two minutes or in overtime.

He did it again on Thanksgiving night with a 28-yard field goal as the clock ran out to give the Cowboys a 20-19 win over the Miami Dolphins in Arlington.

The victory was the 4th straight for Dallas and Miami drops to 3-8.

Dallas quarterback Tony Romo had his streak of 128 straight passes without an interception end, but he was 22 of 34 passing for 226 yards.

The Dolphins drove the ball all over the field and had four drives that were 10 yards of the end zone , but had to settle for a field goal each time as they drop to 3-8. Brandon Marshall caught their only TD, a 35-yarder.

 

Info compiled from NFL, Dallas Cowboys & Miami Dolphins

Bears shutout injury-riddled Dolphins, 16-0

The Chicago Bears defense, known back in the 1960′s and 1970′s as the “Monsters of Midway”, showed that type of play in beating Miami.

Julius Peppers (file photo)

The swarming Chicago Bears defense allowed only 187 yards and one third down conversion, in beating the Dolphins, 16-0. It was the secon home shutout for Miami in 40 years.

Miami lost Pro Bowl wide receiver Brandon Marshall to a hamstring injury and center Cole Proctor to a left knee injury.

compiled from NFL news

Ted Ginn, Jr. goes from the AFC to the NFC

compiled from staff and wire reports

Ted Ginn, Jr. knows that his new coach Mike Singletary wanted him eventhough he hasn’t played a game for the San Francisco 49ers.

Mike Singletary called Ginn on Friday to personally welcome him to the 49ers family,

The former number 1 pick of the Miami Dolphins is heading to the Bay Area to help fill one of the 49ers biggest offseason needs in the process, and giving Ginn a fresh start in his career in the NFC West.

Ted Ginn, Jr. (nfl)

Ginn, a receiver and quality return man, was traded to San Francisco on Friday for a fifth-round pick–the 145th overall selection. Miami had Ginn on the trading block before they aquired Pro Bowl receiver Brandon Marshall on Wednesday from the Denver Broncos.

Dolphins fans began booing Ginn the day he was drafted and never stopped. Taken with the ninth overall pick in 2007, he made only five touchdown catches in three seasons while averaging 13.0 yards per reception.

Ginn was more succesful on special teams, scoring on kickoff returns of 100 and 101 yards in the same quarter of a game against the New York Jets last season. He became the first player with two kickoff returns of at least 100 yards in the same game.

The 49ers hope Ginn can fulfill the potential he showed at Ohio State, where he tied an NCAA record with 8 touchdown returns.

Ginn drew criticism for running poor routes and shying away from contact. Last season he lost his job as a starting receiver and caught 38 receptions for 454  yards and one TD.

Brandon Marshall gets his wish; traded out of Denver

compiled from staff and wire reports

Brandon Marshall (nfl)

The Denver Broncos traded wide receiver Brandon Marshall to the Miami Dolphins for a second-round pick in next week’s draft and a second=rounder in 2011.

Marshall has been waiting to get out of Denver for years and got his wish when the Broncos pulled off their second blockbuster deal in as many seasons under coach Josh McDaniels.

Marshall’s four-year stint in Denver was filled with exciting, acrobatic and athletic plays but also plenty of frustrating moments.

He posted his third consecutive 100-catch season last year and made his second straight trip to the Pro Bowl despite several run-ins with Josh Mcdaniels both on and off the field.

Despite it all, Marshall caught 101 passes in 2009 last season, including an NFL-record 21 in a loss at Indianapolis, for 1,120 yards. His 10 touchdowns were a career best.

Bill Parcells, who is the Personnel Director with Miami has always had a knack of acquiring talented-but-troubled wide receivers over the years in Terry Glenn, Keyshawn Johnson and Terrell Owens.

Marshall, has 327 career catches for 4,019 yards and 25 touchdowns in four seasons, represents the biggest trade acquisition by the Dolphins since running back Ricky Williams went to Miami in 2002 for four draft picks, including two first-rounders.

Miami has been desperate for a deep threat at receiver to loosen up defenses for their potentially potent ground game and young strong-armed quarterback Chad Henne.

Their wide receiver corps of Ted Ginn,Jr., Brian Hartline, Davone Bess and Greg Camarillo combined for only six touchdown catches in 2009.