Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by Bobhaze, May 7, 2020.
Seems like we might be confusing trash or bust with "pet".
Noah Brown is not a "pet". I think he was a bit of a reach as he didn't have many college plays. He does have one of the best catches in college football though!
Rico...WAS a pet...no logical rationale for keeping him around that long.
Vick. For his niece or nephew for Christmas no less, supposedly. That sent everybody yapping and running around in circles.
Gus "The Bus" Johnson says HI
I've been a fan since 1966. Obviously I'm much older now and my memory doesnt work as well as it once did. But for some strange reason, I can remember every single one of these pet cats. Funny how that works.
I said in my post that Hennings was a good player. I had just envisioned him having the potential to be a true star player - possibly the next great Cowboy DT.
Agreed on Ekuban.
yes he did. My dad was golfing buddies with Chad's father and got me an autographed card of him from stanford. He signed it "the next cowboys super bowl champ QB". Damn i need to find that card.
@DoctorChicken says "All aboard the Gus Bus"
I still blame Henson's lack of development on Parcells. The kid never really got a chance.
The Peoples Choice, Tashard Choice
I remember when he was balling out and it made no sense that Felix and Marion were still getting touches.
Have You run out of beer mats?
I remember that!
What round did we draft him in? 12th?
not sure they qualify as pet cats....but i thought they'd be ALL-TIME GOOD'NS.
He’s still the GOAT in my heart
Randy Moss and i still take it personal that Jerry passed on him. I know this doesnt fit the narrative of the post.
Woody Danztler man this guy was a beast in college, had one spetacular return for Dallas
Can anyone think of a pet cat that’s ever amounted to anything? I want a dog not a cat.
I don't remember but oh lort if CZ had been around...lol
should've told that kid "I'm putting you in because of your dad, but you need to show him you're not the player I think you are, prove me wrong!"
that very next moment on the field would've either completely killed his future at football or he would turn out to be walter payton.