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The Dallas Mavericks have skidded into January after a disastrous December, and the web's NBA writers have accordingly sent them sliding in the power rankings.
The Dallas Cowboys have won three straight, but all in close fashion, so the Internet's NFL pundits remain unconvinced of how strong this Dallas team actually is.
The Dallas Cowboys claimed veteran defensive back Michael Coe off waivers Tuesday from the Miami Dolphins, helping to provide some insurance in case defensive back Morris Claiborne isn't able to go against Pittsburgh on Sunday.
The Pittsburgh Steelers have dropped three out of their last four games, and they need to get things back on track if they want a win against their traditional rival Dallas Cowboys in Week 15.
A healthy dose of O.J. Mayo appears to be just the tonic for the Dallas Mavericks, who keep chugging upwards in the NBA power rankings across the web. The shooting guard's stellar play of late has helped buoy the Mavericks even without Dirk Nowitzki.
The Texas Longhorns slide down seven spots to the 25th ranking in this week's SB Nation BlogPoll, but their next game could provide a big chance at redemption.
The Dallas Mavericks are slumping in the NBA power rankings across the web, and the most-cited factor for their slide is the absence of Dirk Nowitzki.
With a .500 record through the Dallas Mavericks' first dozen games, it's only fitting that most power rankings have them square in the middle of the pack.
With Texas taking on TCU and Baylor facing off against Texas Tech in a Big 12, Lone Star showdown, it's a huge weekend deep in the heart.
Texas is headed up the SB Nation blogpoll after their shellacking of Big 12 opponent Iowa St. last weekend. Amidst the tumult at the top of the rankings, the Texas Longhorns have climbed two spots to grab the No. 18 slot.