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The obligatory AP recap, via


Don't rule the Jags out yet, writes Paul Kuharsky. 


David Garrard's career day and an opportunistic defense saved the Jaguars season for another week, writes Vic Ketchman.


Ketchman: The snowball rolled the Jaguars way on Sunday, but are the Jags contenders?


Don Carey's helmet-to-helmet hit on Jason Witten may cost him more than twelve minutes of game time, writes Kuharsky.


Tania Ganguli thinks the Jaguars finally showed they can finish. Game recap including Gene Frenette's report card.


Garrard was masterful in his first game back from a concussion says Vito Stellino.  Uche Nwaneri on Garrard: "When he's on his game, he's on his game. When he's focused in and dialed in and making good decisions, he's a top-tier guy. That's what we need from him every week." The same could be said of Nwaneri and his linemates.


The quest for a goal-line stand finally came to an end on Sunday, writes Stellino. Morrison and company have been discussing just such a situation all week long.


Tania Ganguli picks out the keys to victory, including the reestablishment of the running game in this week's Jaguars Notebook.


The Cowboys are poorly coached and the time for change is now, writes Tim Cowlishaw in the Times Union's Opposing Viewpoint.


Matt Mosley thinks the Cowboys lost their dignity on Sunday. For his part, Jerry Jones is "very, very, very sorry".