Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by ehcrossing, Jul 5, 2013.
Quincy Carter, kid got a rough deal.
Did someone over charge him for some smoke?
Quincy was responsible for driving the price up in the DFW area..
Poor QC. And, one of the last comments that I read from him was that if he was not kicked off of the Cowboys, Romo would have never seen the field.
(that little girl is darling)
Hard to pick just one. Randy White was always a favorite (I loved playing defense and always leaned towards defensive guys).
Always liked Dixon Edwards and Godfrey Miles for some reason.
I loved having Charles Haley coming off the edge... even if I didn't love Charles Haley.
Gotta love Troy, Michael, and Emmitt though.
Darren Woodson was always a favorite too.
Currently, Dez is amazing and is the most talented WR Dallas has ever had, hands down.
Romo is a favorite.
Finally, I love LB's, so Sean Lee and Bruce Carter are on the verge of becoming real favorites of mine.
Assuming Dez dons the star his entire career I think he's gonna go down as my all time favorite Cowboy
Lilly even over Staubach. So many great players.
I concur !
Roger Staubach. Who else?
All Time: Staubach
Roger T. Staubach
Besides Jerry Jones, I'd have to say Darryl Johnston.
Walt Garrison, I met him at a rodeo when he was still playing, that's what led me to being a Cowboys fan ( I was seven).
Roger Staubach because he is Roger Staubach.
Presently Witten and Lee. Rooting for Dez and Randle since they're from OSU .
Roger Staubach is and will always be my favorite Dallas Cowboy.
all-time: troy aikman & emmitt smith
currently: tony romo, jason witten, dez bryant, & demarcus ware
Larry Allen. I will never forget the saints interception where he stopped the td
All-time....Aikman, Staubach, Randy White
Recent....Marion Barber, Mike Jenkins, Witten, Sean Lee
This is too hard!
When I was young it was Dorsett, Staubach and Everson Walls
I have utmost respect for Emmitt and Witten and their professionalism.
Current: Dez, Mo, Lee, Bruce (the future) as well as Ware and Tony.
All Time......Michael Irvin and Troy Aikman. Polar opposites personality wise but they were the heart and soul
of the greatest teams ever.
I'd lke to hear this explaination.