Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by perrykemp, Apr 6, 2014.
It amazes me Nguyen never went. He was the man for a while.
Norton went to the Pro-Bowl after the 1993 season as a Cowboy.
Easy one for me, Robert Newhouse. I loved the guy
Jethro Pugh. His steady play made things a lot easier for Bob Lilly, Larry Cole and Randy White inside, and he managed to play at a high level for 14 years as a DT. He was also maligned far too much for the Starr sneak working in the Ice Bowl.
Jim Jeffcoat. 5 seasons with 10+ sacks, one of those (1986) he had 14. Led the team in sacks in the glorious 1992 season with 10.5. Tolbert had 8.5 and Haley had 6. Jeffcoat's biggest obstacle to making the pro-bowl was that he played most of his career on some crappy teams in the 80s.
Dat Nguyen for sure.....his family has a chain of Vietnamese restaurants down here and he should go to the Pro Bowl for how awesome they are alone!! lol
Oh wow Jeffcoat never made it?? OK him for SURE!
I know he went to a bunch, but I never thought that Darren Woodson went to enough. Completely the victim of being on those putrid teams in the late 90's early 2000s.
Raise you Rob Petitti. Or Phil Costa..
Kelvin Martin (kmart). All that guy did was make plays.
Terry Glenn go as a Cowboy? Don't remember if that's the case.
Michael Downs. I can't believe everyone forgot him! Dude had at least one Pro Bowl-deserving year as a Cowboy but never got an invite.
No, he only went to one pro-bowl in his career and that was with the Pats in 1999. It isn't surprising he didn't go to more pro-bowls. He never really had great years during his career. He put up good seasonal numbers, but nothing spectacular. He only had 1 year where he finished in the top 10 in receptions(7th in 1996). He had no top 10 finishes in either receiving yards or TDs.
The Bermuda Triangle of the Dallas Cowboys: Dixon Edwards, Kenny Norton, Darrin Smith
I see your Rob Pettiti and raise you a Kevin Burnett.