Discussion in 'Artwork Zone' started by Hostile, Sep 15, 2006.
Talk about emotions pouring out....wow
Brings back great memories.
Give me #12.
The best there was; the best there ever will be.
God bless #12.
Or not human?
Yes he was! And, I got to go down to Dallas 12 times to see him play...and I think that I came back to Utah with a smile on my face, except for one game that was lost, and I cannot remember what game...
He was the best!
Great great video. Perfect song.
I'm bitter I never got to see Staubach. Mike Vick, eat your heart out.
And whoever said Aikman throws a pretty ball - cosigned. Who throws a spiral that perfect? Anyone? Could there be more shots of Irvin being double covered, running the hitch, bouncing it out for the TD? Automatic, baby.
I never got to see #8 play live...I wish I would have...
My wife always used to tell me when the Cowboys played when Aikman was the QB..."Honey...are you gonna watch your boyfriend today".
I would tell her, "Yeah, now get out of here...go shopping or something...!"
Great days, indeed!
I think some forgot that White actually did it twice to the Falcons in the postseason...Staubach was knocked out of the 1978 playoff game against them and White came in to lead to a W
and Aikman was the most underrated, under appreciated super star in NFL History IMO...nobody I ever saw could throw it with that kind of combination of velocity and accuracy
Thats what happens when your first 3 years in the league are unremarkable (even if it's just cause the team as a whole wasnt good enough) and your last 5 years in the league are unremarkable (even if it's just cause your team as a whole wasnt good enough).
Then the 4 years inbetween where he was considered remarkable, it was on a team that many people feel was one of the best in history for many more reasons beyond him.
Thats kind of a rare set of circumstances compared to the Montana's who success was more equally spread out over there career when it came to championships or the guys like Fouts and Marino who even without the championships were considered to have carried their teams as far as they could get.
And no thats not a knock.
It would only be a knock if I suggested that had those 4 particular years where the team was incredible been different and the team wasnt very good those 4 years either, then Aikman might just as well as been Bledsoe.. Never truly remarkable and no rings either.
Is that the first time you all have seen that video?
If so... some of you should really check out JDSmith's and Calico's videos available for download at www.cowboysvids.com
Especially the QB Nostalgia, RB Nostalgia, Epic Backs, and Epic Recievers videos if you're looking for videos showing the history of the Cowboys players.
And, for this week, ya might check out the "History of the Boys/Redskins Rivalry" by Calico video
Just a friendly suggestion in case you've missed some great Cowboys videos.
By the way.. YouTube's crappy quality doesn't do justice to the video quality that JDSmith and Calico managed to collect for their videos.
Great photoshop!! :lmao2:
I knew I had seen it before but couldn't remember where.
You've got SUCKS in the wrong spot... move it over 1 locker under 77 Torrin Tucker
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