Discussion in 'History Zone' started by Nors, Nov 10, 2004.
Who were the guys that were our Daddies?
Franco, Bradshaw, Swann
Terry Metcalf and Mel Gray used to b*tch-slap us frequently... as did crotchedy old Buddy Ryan... he also b*tch-slapped Kevin Gilbride once...
Add Jim Hart - I hated that bastid
Yes he did... and he had a FUPA...
That Detroit QB named Erik.........
The Fun Bunch...
Jaworski and Carmichael, Montgomery
add Mike Quick to that list... and Roy Green with St. Louis had some nice days against us... that Roy Green was a phenominal athlete... he was Deion before Deion was Deion...
The Lombardi Packers...and even after Lombardi left, and Phil Bengston was the coach, they still beat us. Bart Starr took our defense apart.
And the 1968 and 1969 ripped my heart out in the playoffs...we were a much better team...having come off the consecutive championship game losses to the Packers, we faced the Browns, with the Packers out of the picture...and lost in consecutive years, 31-20 and 38-14
Yowza those early years were TOUGH.
I went to High School with Roy Green's younger brother. Roy Green would stop in occasionally with some of his painted game balls. Two of the more memorable balls were ones he got for his exploits against the Cowboys. Of course the one that I thought was the coolest was the one for his record Kickoff TD run.
He was a great WR on a crappy St. Louis team.
Yep... and a darn nice CB as well...
Since there was a "Jake Plummer" reference, I assume we can mention Cowboy Killers that are still playing in the League today.
If so, how in the hell am I the first one to mention Randy Moss on this thread?
Because the rest of us are in denial...
Delhomme? He is 1-1 against us....
He's actually 2-1, he won his very first game he ever started against the Cowboys when he was with the Saints...