Dallas Cowboys 101...1994

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  1. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    Row 1
    • Carmen Grosso, Assistant Operations
    • Neill Armstrong, Consultant
    • 8 Troy Aikman, QB, Pro Bowl
    • 9 Rodney Peete, QB
    • 17 Jason Garrett, QB
    • 18 Chris Boniol, K
    • 19 John Jett, P
    • 22 Emmitt Smith, RB, Pro Bowl *, All Pro
    • 24 Larry Brown, CB
    • 25 Derrick Lassic, RB
    • 26 Kevin Smith, CB
    • 28 Darren Woodson, S, Pro Bowl *, All Pro
    • Joe Brodsky, Coach
    • Steve Hoffman, Coach
    Row 2
    • Mike McCord, Assistant Equipment Manager
    • Buck Buchanan, Equipment Manager
    • Larry Lacewell, Director Scouting
    • 29 Kenneth Gant, S
    • 30 Darren Studstill, S
    • 31 Brock Marion, S
    • 34 Tommy Agee, RB
    • 35 Tony Richardson, RB
    • 37 James Washington, S
    • 40 Bill Bates, S
    • 41 Dave Thomas, CB
    • Mike Zimmer, Coach
    • Mike Woicik, Coach
    • Joe Avezzano, Coach
    Row 3
    • Bob Haas, Assistant Trainer
    • Steve Carichoff, Operations Assistant
    • 44 Lincoln Coleman, RB
    • 45 Coleman Bell, TE
    • 46 Joe Fishback, S
    • 47 Clayton Holmes, CB
    • 48 Daryl Johnston, FB, Pro Bowl
    • 50 Darrick Brownlow, LB
    • 52 Jim Schwantz, LB
    • 53 Mark Stepnoski, C, Pro Bowl *
    • 55 Robert Jones, LB
    • 58 Dixon Edwards, LB
    • Hubbard Alexander, Coach
    • John Blake, Coach
    Row 4
    • Jim Maurer, Assistant Trainer
    • Don Cochren, Medical Records
    • 59 Darrin Smith, LB
    • 60 Derek Kennard, G
    • 61 Nate Newton, OL, Pro Bowl *, All Pro
    • 65 Ron Stone, T
    • 67 Russell Maryland, DT
    • 69 George Hegamin, T
    • 70 Dale Hellestrae, C
    • 71 Mark Tuinei, OT/DL, Pro Bowl
    • 73 Larry Allen, G/T
    • 75 Matt Joyce, OL
    • Hudson Houck, Coach
    • Jim Eddy, Coach
    Row 5
    • Bruce Mays, Director Operations
    • Kevin O'Neill, Trainer
    • 76 Jerry Reynolds, T
    • 77 Jim Jeffcoat, DE
    • 78 Leon Lett, DL, Pro Bowl *
    • 80 Alvin Harper, WR
    • 82 Cory Fleming, WR
    • 83 Willy Jackson, WR
    • 84 Jay Novacek, TE, Pro Bowl
    • 85 Kevin Williams, WR
    • 87 John Davis, TE
    • 88 Michael Irvin, WR, Pro Bowl
    • Robert Ford, Coach
    • Dave Campo, Coach
    Row 6
    • Jerry Jones, Owner/General Manager
    • Barry Switzer, Head Coach
    • 89 Scott Galbraith, TE
    • 90 Toddrick McIntosh, DT
    • 91 Matt Vanderbeek, LB/DE
    • 92 Tony Tolbert, DL
    • 94 Charles Haley, DE, Pro Bowl *, All Pro, NFL Defensive Player of the Year
    • 95 Chad Hennings, DT
    • 96 Shante Carver, DE
    • 98 Godfrey Myles, LB
    • 99 Hurvin McCormack, DT
    • Stephen Jones, Director Player Personnel
    • Ernie Zampese, Coach
    • Butch Davis, Coach
    * = Starter

    :star: 1994 Cowboys Draft :star:
    1…Shante Carver, DE, Arizona State
    2…Larry Allen, G, Sonoma State
    10 time Pro Bowl...1995-2001, 03-05
    7 time All Pro...1995-2001
    3…George Hegamin, T, North Carolina State
    4…Willie Jackson, WR, Florida
    4…DeWayne Dotson, LB, Mississippi
    6…Darren Studstill, DB, West Virginia
    7…Toddrick McIntosh, DT, Florida State

    :star: 1994 Cowboys Schedule :star:

    NFC East Division Champs (12th)

    9/4/94…Won @ Pittsburgh Steelers, 26-9
    9/11/94…Won vs. Houston Oilers, 20-17
    9/19/94…Lost vs. Detroit Lions, 17-20 OT
    9/26/94…Bye week
    10/2/94…Won @ Washington Redskins, 34-7
    10/9/94…Won vs. Arizona Cardinals, 38-3
    10/16/94…Won vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 24-13
    10/23/94…Won vs. Arizona Cardinals, 28-21
    "300th Win in Franchise History"

    10/30/94…Won @ Cincinnati Bengals, 23-20
    11/7/94…Won vs. New York Giants, 38-10
    11/13/94…Lost @ San Francisco 49ers, 14-21
    11/20/94…Won vs. Washington Redskins, 31-7
    11/24/94…Won vs. Green Bay Packers, 42-31
    12/4/94…Won @ Philadelphia Eagles, 31-19
    12/10/94…Lost vs. Cleveland Browns, 14-19
    12/19/94…Won @ New Orleans Saints, 24-16
    12/24/94…Lost @ New York Giants, 10-15

    6-2 @ Dallas
    6-2 on the road

    Points scored...414, 25.9 ppg
    Points allowed...248, 15.5 ppg

    1/8/95...Won vs. Green Bay Packers, 35-9

    1/15/95...Lost @ San Francisco 49ers, 28-38

    1994 Cowboys Stats

    All time franchise record...306-202-6
    All time Post Season Record...28-18
  2. LeonDixson

    LeonDixson Illegitimi non carborundum

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    The first five minutes of that conference championship game were heartbreaking. However, I was never so proud of our team as I was at the way they played the rest of that game. They never gave up. Emmitt was running as hard as he could. They believed they could win that game and I started to believe it too.

    We were the better team, but bad breaks early in the game doomed us.
  3. dogunwo

    dogunwo Waves that make you sea-sick Zone Supporter

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    We got cheated out of that title game by the way. Dag nabbit.
  4. lurkercowboy

    lurkercowboy Well-Known Member

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    Another great season with a heartbreaking playoff loss. But like many others, I was thrilled with the effort shown by the Cowboys in that playoff loss. I started to believe they could win as well, given the effort and heart they showed. I would like to see that game on the NFL network sometime.
  5. Hostile

    Hostile The Duke

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    I can't even begin to explain how badly I hated the hiring of Barry Switzer. It is the single worst day of my life as a Cowboys fan. No day is darker for me. It took me a long time to get over being mad at Jerry Jones for this hiring. In fact I didn't even begin to get over it until the day Michael Irvin got hurt and Jerry went with him in the ambulance.

    I learned to respect Jerry that day more than I had to that point. That is how much I dislike Barry Switzer. I knew the team would start a downward spiral the day he was hired.

    I honestly believe if Jimmy had still been at the helm we'd have won 4 in a row, maybe 5. The talent on these early 90's teams was unreal and one of the great evidences of it was the NFC Championship loss to the 49ers. If you could ever be impressed with a loss it has to be that one. The 49ers got spotted 21 points and then Troy Aikman and company became a well oiled machine.

    The early 90's team was truly a joy to watch play football. The Offensive Line may have been the most dominant unit I have ever seen and that includes the Rams O-Line that blocked for Dickerson.

    1994 for me, was about what might have been. I focused more than ever on just enjoying the team because I detested the Coach, and at this time, Jerry Jones as well.
  6. Yeagermeister

    Yeagermeister Active Member

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    I'm glad to know I'm not the only one who hated Switzer. Every time they showed him on the sidelines I cringed and prayed he didn't do anything stupid like touch a ref in the NFC Championship game. :eek:

    THUMPER Papa

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    I hated all 3 of the HCs that followed Jimmy: Switzer, Chan Gailey, and Dave Campo. None of them were worth squat.
  8. DWhite Fan

    DWhite Fan It ain't over 'til it's over

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    The Cowboys had the rare chance of winning 4 Super Bowls in a row. That is what makes the 94 NFC Championship loss so hard to take. I agree, I was never more proud of the Cowboys than how hard they fought in that game. Troy was unbelievable in the second half completing pass after pass.I think he ended up with 380 yards or more. Irvin had 11 or 12 catches. I believe that if the refs would have called pass interference Deion, that game would have ended up a Cowboys win. Dallas would have been 1st and goal with a shot to cut the lead to 3 points with plenty of time left. Our defence only allowed the 49ers 10 points the whole second half. It was such a bogus non-call. Deion raped Irvin on the play. I remember seeing video of Irvin and Sanders going over that play during one of the first practices Deion had as a Cowboy the next season. Except for the first 5 minutes, Dallas completely owned San Fran that day.

    Switzer was a joke as a head coach. I hated seeing him hold the Lombardy trophy at the end of SB XXX. That should have been Jimmy not him. If Jerry could have just kept his ego in check.........grrrrrr!!!!!

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