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Dallas Cowboys 101...1999

Discussion in 'History Zone' started by Hostile, Jul 17, 2007.

  1. Hostile

    Hostile Peace Zone Supporter

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    Row 1
    • Robert Blackwell, Video Director
    • Mike McCord, Equipment Manager
    • Bucky Buchanan, Assistant Equipment Manager
    • 3 Richie Cunningham, K
    • 4 Toby Gowin, P
    • 8 Troy Aikman, QB
    • 11 Mike Quinn, QB
    • 16 Jason Tucker, WR
    • 17 Jason Garrett, QB
    • 18 Wane McGarity, WR
    • 21 Deion Sanders, CB, Pro Bowl, All Pro
    • 22 Emmitt Smith, RB, Pro Bowl
    • 23 Kevin Mathis, CB
    • Joe Avezzano, Coach
    • Joe Juraszek, Coach
    • Steve Hoffman, Coach
    Row 2
    • Steve Carichoff, Operations Assistant
    • Craig Glieber, Assistant Director of Operations
    • Mike Maples, Video Assistant
    • 25 Charlie Williams, S
    • 27 Singor Mobley, S
    • 28 Darren Woodson, S
    • 30 Kenny Wheaton, CB
    • 31 George Teague, S
    • 32 Beau Morgan
    • 38 Duane Hawthorne, CB
    • 39 Ryan Neufeld
    • 42 Chris Warren, RB
    • 43 Izell Reese, S
    • Tommie Robinson, Coach
    • Bennie Wylie, Strength & Conditioning Assistant
    • Blake Cundiff, Strength & Conditioning Assistant
    Row 3
    • Kevin Mutscher, Equipment Intern
    • Mike Toro, Training Intern
    • Todd Williams, Personnel Assistant
    • 44 Robert Thomas, FB
    • 48 Daryl Johnston, FB
    • 50 Brandon Tolbert, LB
    • 52 Dexter Coakley, LB, Pro Bowl
    • 53 Mark Stepnoski, C
    • 54 Darren Hambrick, LB
    • 56 Randall Godfrey, LB
    • 58 Nate Hemsley, LB
    • 59 Dat Nguyen, LB
    • Bill Bates, Coach
    • Jim Jeffcoat, Coach
    • George Edwards, Coach
    Row 4
    • Jim Maurer, Head Trainer
    • Britt Brown. Assistant Trainer
    • Bob Haas. Assistant Trainer
    • 60 Chris Brymer, C/G
    • 61 Kelvin Garmon, G
    • 63 Mike Kiselak, C/G
    • 66 Tony Hutson, G
    • 67 Everett McIver, G
    • 69 Ben Fricke, C
    • 70 Dale Hellestrae,C
    • 73 Larry Allen, T, Pro Bowl *, All Pro
    • 75 Brandon Noble, DT
    • 76 Flozell Adams, T
    • Hudson Houck, Coach
    • Clarence Shelmon, Coach
    • Mike Zimmer, Coach
    Row 5
    • Jerry Jones Jr., Vice President
    • Larry Lacewell, Director Scouting
    • Bruce Mays, Director of Operations
    • 77 Solomon Page, G
    • 79 Erik Williams, T, Pro Bowl
    • 80 Ernie Mills, WR
    • 81 Raghib Ismail, WR
    • 82 Chris Brazzell, WR
    • 83 Hayward Clay, TE
    • 84 Mike Lucky, TE
    • 85 Jeff Ogden, WR
    • 86 Eric Bjornson, TE
    • 88 Michael Irvin, WR
    • Les Miles, Coach
    • Dwain Painter, Coach
    • Clancy Pendergast, Coach
    Row 6
    • Jerry Jones, President/General Manager
    • Chan Gailey, Head Coach, 18-14, 0-2 Post Season
    • Stephen Jones, Vice President
    • 89 David LaFleur, TE
    • 90 Alonzo Spellman, DE
    • 93 Peppi Zellner, DE
    • 94 Michael Myers, DT
    • 95 Chad Hennings, DT
    • 96 Ebenezer Ekuban, DE
    • 97 Kavika Pittman, DE
    • 98 Greg Ellis, DE
    • 99 Nathan Davis, DT
    • Jim Bates, Coach
    • Buddy Geis, Coach
    • Dave Campo, Coach
    * = Starter

    :star: 1999 Cowboys Draft :star:
    1…Ebenezer Ekuban, DE, North Carolina
    2…Solomon Page, T, West Virginia
    3…Dat Nguyen, LB, Texas A&M
    4…Wane McGarity, WR, Texas
    4…Peppi Zellner, DE, Fort Valley State
    6…MarTay Jenkins, WR, Nebraska-Omaha
    7…Mike Lucky, TE, Arizona
    7…Kelvin Garmon, G, Baylor


    :star: 1999 Cowboys Schedule :star:
    8-8

    9/12/99…Won @ Washington Redskins, 41-35 OT

    9/20/99…Won vs. Atlanta Falcons, 24-7
    9/26/99…Bye week
    10/3/99…Won vs. Arizona Cardinals, 35-7
    10/10/99…Lost @ Philadelphia Eagles, 10-13
    10/18/99…Lost @ New York Giants, 10-13
    10/24/99…Won vs. Washington Redskins, 38-20
    10/31/99…Lost @ Indianapolis Colts, 24-34
    11/8/99…Lost @ Minnesota Vikings, 17-27
    11/14/99…Won vs. Green Bay Packers, 27-13
    11/21/99…Lost @ Arizona Cardinals, 9-13
    11/25/99…Won vs. Miami Dolphins, 20-0
    12/5/99…Lost @ New England Patriots, 6-13
    12/12/99…Won vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 20-10
    12/19/99…Lost vs. New York Jets, 21-22
    12/24/99…Lost @ New Orleans Saints, 24-31
    1/2/00…Won vs. New York Giants, 26-18

    7-1 @ Dallas
    1-7 on the road

    Points scored...352, 22.0 ppg
    Points allowed...276, 17.3 ppg


    1999 WILDCARD PLAYOFFS
    1/9/00... Lost @ Minnesota Vikings, 10-27


    All time franchise record...352-236-6
    All time Post Season Record...32-21
  2. Achozen

    Achozen Sounds From The Lair

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    I was at that Cardinal game we lost. I don't remember if it was that game or one before, but I remember after the game, the fans took the goal post and carried it around Mill Ave like they had just won the Super Bowl.
  3. lurkercowboy

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    Emmitt Smith had an excellent game against the Vikings on Monday night. Had he not been injured, he perhaps would have had over 200 yards.
  4. Yeagermeister

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    Then Troy got hurt and it was over.
  5. Hostile

    Hostile Peace Zone Supporter

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    I was too and it almost spoiled my Thanksgiving because I kept having images of Leon Lett sliding in and hitting the football and "no Leon." Thank goodness we played so well and avenged that loss. It didn't make the loss to the Cardinals any easier to swallow. We had lost to them in overtime in 97 and I was there. That was the first time we had lost to them in like 6 or 7 years if I remember right. In 98 we beat them again and I thought things were back to normal. Then here came 1999 to throw water on me and wake me up. It began 4 straight years of us losing @ Arizona.
  6. bbgun

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    10/10/99…Lost @ Philadelphia Eagles, 10-13
    10/18/99…Lost @ New York Giants, 10-13
    11/21/99…Lost @ Arizona Cardinals, 9-13
    12/5/99…Lost @ New England Patriots, 6-13

    Egad. Look at those scores. "13" was not our lucky number in 1999. But that first game made living and working in DC worth it for me.
  7. lurkercowboy

    lurkercowboy Active Member

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    That first game was one of the all-timers. A big thing that year was losing Irvin to injury. Irvin and Rocket Ismail made up one of the best WR combos in the NFL and losing Irvin badly hurt the team. The offense struggled all year after that.
  8. Hostile

    Hostile Peace Zone Supporter

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    I debated whether or not to signify the 4th game of the year and the game where Irvin's injury was cheered by Eagles fans at the stadium. If you have strong feelings about that either way, please let me know.
  9. bbgun

    bbgun Benched

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    I do remember that Kavika Pittman notched three sacks in that last game. Didn't make up for passing on Tony Brackens, however.
  10. ABQCOWBOY

    ABQCOWBOY Moderator Staff Member

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    I was at that 2nd Arizona game as well. First Cowboy game I ever took my oldest Son to. He was sporting a Michael Irvin Jersey and as we were leaving, an Az fan reached out and took him by the Jersey and started yelling in his face. I came unglued and whaled that guy right there in the stands. Probably one of the dumbest things I ever could have done. If things had gotten ugly, who knows what could have happened to my Son? Was a stupid thing and I consider myself very luck not to have had something much worse happen.
  11. Big Country

    Big Country Rolling Thunder

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    Hos, are you going to stop here with the seasons or keep on going??

    The 2000 season was completely abysmal as well as the Campo tenure...

    Might want to skip to the 03 season when the Tuna sails in... just food for thought, but good work on the seasonal breakdown, it's brought back a few oh yeahs, and oh craps... ;-)
  12. Hostile

    Hostile Peace Zone Supporter

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    I'm going all the way to 2006, though I don't have a photo of them yet. The thread when it hits the History Zone will also include 2007, which for now is just the schedule and Draft. I'll update it each week.

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