If you could have one dallas player immortalized to the team

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  1. DallasKnight

    DallasKnight New Member

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    Overall, Roger of course.

    Non-QB. I couldn't argue with Irvin, Emmitt, Manster, or Haley.
  2. DallasKnight

    DallasKnight New Member

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    I take back everything I just said. Non-QB. TOM LANDRY!
  3. TheHustler

    TheHustler Active Member

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    Emmitt in his prime. Average over 4 yards per carry, control the clock, control the game.
  4. cowboyuptx

    cowboyuptx Well-Known Member

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    Michael Irvin

    or somebody who hasn't been mentioned yet, Deion Sanders.

    Primetime in his prime, that was a thing of beauty.
  5. on8thdayGodcreatedBledsoe

    on8thdayGodcreatedBledsoe Benched

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    What? He's probably going to hold a bunch of Cowboys passing records after this season.
  6. tyke1doe

    tyke1doe Well-Known Member

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    I agree.

    Unless the game undergoes a serious revolution/evolution, a quarterback who can buy time with his feet, scan the field and throw accurately to his receivers will be a timeless talent.

    Montana and Staubach would have fit any era.

    I go with Staubach. Was Montana and Elway before Montana and Elway.
  7. tyke1doe

    tyke1doe Well-Known Member

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    As much as I love Tom Landry (interviewed him once), he had the tendency to "overprepare" his teams, especially in the Super Bowl.
  8. ghosttown cowboy

    ghosttown cowboy Wyoming's #1 boys fan

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    I'll go with #12
  9. CliffnMesquite

    CliffnMesquite Well-Known Member

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    Larry (Bubba) Cole. :)
  10. SuspectCorner

    SuspectCorner Bromo

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    roger was like a fire-and-brimstone minister... despite being a "good catholic".

    20 seconds in the huddle pews and the faithful right down to the average viewer/fan knew the cowboys were gonna score to win it.

    aikman never had the charisma and leadership skills of roger. and i love aikman.

    and, by the way, roger had an amazingly tight deep ball. he couldn't drive it with near the velocity of troy. but he had a glorious touch.

    sorry, emmitt... roger's the best cowboy i ever saw.
  11. DallasKen

    DallasKen New Member

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    I don't believe in immortilization.

    EMMITTnROY Well-Known Member

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  13. DragonCowboy

    DragonCowboy Well-Known Member

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    oh my god, oh my god, LOOK AT HIS AVATAR!! :laugh2:
  14. stealth

    stealth Benched

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  15. Chuck 54

    Chuck 54 Well-Known Member

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    Staubach is a no brainer...Qb is the most important position and hardest to fill, so you put in a Hall of Famer who had plenty of arm, plenty of moxie, and unlike Aikman, could carry a team because he was as mobile or more mobile than most guys today.

    With him as my all time QB, building a SB team around him wouldn't be all that difficult.
  16. LeonDixson

    LeonDixson Illegitimi non carborundum

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    My answer was Roger Staubach hands down. But since it's been qualified to non-QBs I'd have to say Deion. Half the field is covered and punt returns are field-position/game changing plays once again.
  17. DWelch1775

    DWelch1775 Couch Warmer

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    Deion, he can play offense, deffense, and special teams.
  18. Big Dakota

    Big Dakota New Member

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