Catching Up . . .
...How did it actually feel to get inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame?
"Well, it's totally overwhelming because when you start playing the game, no matter what sport it is, you don't think about the Ring of Honors, you don't think about the Hall of Fames, you don't think about the All-Pros. The thing that you think about most is helping your team win the ball game.
"And I remember when Coach Landry brought me on to the offense he made this statement to me. He said, 'Rayfield, no matter how many accolades you receive or how many awards you get, you remember this.' And I said, 'What's that coach?' He said, 'You will never be greater than the team.' That's one statement that's never, ever left me.
"So when you are inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame, with probably like 20 or 30,000 players having played in the National Football League, and when I was inducted in '06, I was No. 235 out of all those players (to get inducted), so it's a very unique experience. I was a Cowboy for 13 years and now I'm part of a team, as the boys say up there in Canton, Ohio. I'm now part of a team that you can never be cut from and never be traded from."...
There's no right way to do the wrong thing.
To compete for the playoffs, Dallas has to improve here: Only four sacks against Eli Manning over the past six games!