Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by GimmeTheBall!, Jul 9, 2018.
You are coming off foolish but you're just coming off as cute. ... Yes, you are!
You've got a serious problems and I think you'd be better suited at some all male site. Also your story keeps changing and at this time I'll bet you've forgotten what you originally said. Maybe you should spend less time trying to audition from Broke Back Mountain.
Or, maybe he's just one of the site comedians. He's actually rather amusing if you read his posts from a humorous point of view.
We are having Gill Brandt at our event in Oct on the 13th. I can't wait to hear his stories.
Hey, have fun! I bet that will be very enjoyable.
Lots of anger there. You seem very gender focused. To the point of over protest print.
1. Quit quoting what is not there, Lester.
2. Don't cross lines and
3. Get over your emotional swings.
Otherwise, I hear you are a terrific dancer and a hell of a good cook, lout.
'83 draft was a biggie.
passed on OL Irv Eatman,Tom Thayer,Mark Bortz,Jesse Sapolu.
passed on CB Albert Lewis.
passed on LB Karl Mecklenberg.
you can do this with any draft class....but Karl Mecklenberg SCREAMS Landry Cowboy...and any combo of those OL could have helped our OL down the line.
I dont believe for a second that the game passed Coach by.....but the misses in the draft was devastating.
Reading comprehension not a strong suit, eh?
Stautner played the prime of his HOF NFL career BEFORE the Cowboys ever existed.
Not so with those players you listed, other than Landry.
Without the Cowboys, few would remember him.
Staubach was legend at Navy. Waited to enter the NFL to serve in the Navy. He arrived as a well known celebrity. The others also were great before arriving in the NFL.
Get out of your little NFL shell and sense the other greatness around.
Stautner is in the Hall of Fame as a player, so he made a very big mark before ever coaching with the Cowboys.
Right. I wondered how Stautner was suddenly elevated into this high place. Good, even great DC but not the brains. TL was the brains of the Flex/4-3.
I think the Schramm story which best exemplifies his character is when he waited until after Tom Landry's death to suggest in an interview in Dallas that he was going to hire Jimmy Johnson to replace Landry before Bum Bright sold the team to Jones.
Maybe Tex wanted to spare Tom's feelings.
After all, we know how sensitive Tom was when he played the hurt diva and made poor Jerry chase Tom all over the state to fire him. Such a diva drama!
Save your come-ons for someone else you're wasting them on me.
You lost me at Garrett.
They be like God, Jeebus and the wholy spirit. Question is which one is which. Brandt looks a bit like Methuselah for sure. Blasphemer
Well, what is a Princeton grad who played collegiate ball then was a highly touted assistant before he got here.
After that, he got three Super Bowl rings and was a capable QB for one of the greatest teamed in Cowboys history.
I guess you and I, who did better than him before we were 30, can snark on him, yes?
And ye scrapbooking skills are legendary! Over at Hobby Lobby, you were royalty in the glossy paper counter.
You're a good laddie!