I'm not dead yet......
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Harper, he was part of the reason Mike and Jay were open all the time.
Terrell Owens was not a Cowboy.T-Hill is in the team club records and stats, and he's played entire lengthy NFL career, all with the Cowboys - and a case can be made for him having a ballot for the Ring of Honor.
But was he better and more dominant than Owens ? ..... Was he better and more dominant than Dez ?
Hill would be 6th overall if my list would stretch out to that .. but otherwise ...
1 Michael Irvin
2 Bob Hayes
3 Drew Pearson
4 Terrell Owens
5 Dez Bryant
Terrell Owens was not a Cowboy.
He was a drifting malcontented hired gun nobody could stand being around.
True, but unlike Deion, Haley became a Cowboy. Deion just became Primetime.unlike the aforementioned WRs, Owens did not originate and start out grounds roots as a Cowboy player, yeh i get that.
but just like Haley and Deion, there's no denying the "player" impact he brought to the team.
You constantly amaze me as regards how consistently wrong you are. IT definitely is a gift.
Two of my favorite highlights of Hill’s career-
1. His TD catch in SB XIII. Drew Pearson made a tremendous deceptive block on that play. Here’s a link to the SB 13 highlights. Hill’s TD is at :32 seconds in the video:
2. His TD catch in ‘79 to beat the dead skins to clinch the NFC East in that great comeback. Here’s a highlight video of that game:
That play by Cole is one of the most underrated plays in Cowboys history. If he doesn’t make that tackle, the Cowboys don’t win the East or make the playoffs that year.I watched that game live on a 13" b/w tv,lol, with my dad, after that tackle by Larry Cole on riggins for a loss I knew we would win,it was awesome.