Finally, a wrong has been righted by the selection of Rayfield Wright into the NFL HoF. Wright, who was originally drafted by the Cowboys to play TE, became one of the most dominating forces at offensive tackle in the history of the NFL. He put the "pan" as in pancake block long before this particular description of an offensive lineman ever became popular. What has irked me, along with many other Cowboy fans throughtout this great nation, is that it took the Seniors Committee to finally recognize this great man/great player for what he was (and still is). And as much as this is suppose to be Rayfield Wright's day to be noticed (and Troy's), I feel strongly that it should also be a day to voice my dissapointment about other Cowboy greats that were snubbed by the HoF committee that need to be recognized and take their rightful place alongside with Mr. Wright, Aikman, Staubach, Lilly, Dorsett, White, & Renfro. In no discernible order: Bob Hayes - Once regarded as the NFL's "fastest man". He is the one soley responsible for defensive coodinators swithing to a zone package in the secondary, because there was no one alive that could cover "Bullet" Bob Hayes. Michael Irvin - The "Playmaker"...enough said. The main reason why Troy-boy is wearing a yellow jacket and giving his induction speech today. If Troy was the brains and Emmitt was the soul of the great 90s team, then Michael was the heart. Cliff Harris - A personal favorite of mine who was voted in as a member of the 1970s All-Decade team. He was an absolute monster out there in the secondary and none feared more than Cliff when he was about to announce his arrival to an unsuspecting ball carrier. Drew Pearson - Most famous for his "Hail Mary" reception that led a Cowboys come-from-behind win against Minnessota in the playoffs. He, too, was also a member of the 1970s All-Decade team. Drew had better career statistics than Pittsburgh WR, Lynn Swann (HoF inductee), but he didn't have more Superbowl wins - which I believe is the main reason why a lot of our Cowboy greats were snubbed even though they were the winningest team of the 1970s. There are more players that I could mention and perhaps some of you would like to add to this list, but like I said earlier, today is Rayfield and Troy's day to be heard - and rightfully so. Congrats to them both.