If you want a lock for a first time ballot NFL Hall of Famer, look no further than Larry Allen. Allen just made it to the finalist list, and should be a lock for being voted into the HOF. This is a nomination I have been waiting for and the moment is almost here for Cowboys Nation, he is the best offensive lineman in the history of the Cowboys franchise and he’s a top 5 all-time
The NFL announced the finalist for the 2012 Hall of Fame class, and Charles Haley is among the list. The final vote comes the weekend of the Super Bowl. Haley has the credentials, and all the player accolades a player could ever want. Haley made the list last year, but he was denied, will this be Haley’s year? Let’s hope so. Haley was the biggest piece of the defense
We know DeMarcus Ware is closing- in on the Cowboys all-time sack record, which he’ll break, and he’s well on his way to possibly break the single season sack record held by Michael Strahan. Another proud milestone could happen this Sunday against the Seahawks and it revolves around Jason Witten. During the offseason, I wrote an article about how Witten is quietly putting
If you’re like any other die hard out there trying to get through this lockout, NFL Network’s Top Players of 2011 is great a great show to create discussion on the league’s best players. Thus far, Jay Ratliff and Tony Romo have been voted in by their peers; however, there are four more Cowboys on the list. Sure to be on the list will be Jason Witten, and logically
The NFL announced today that “Bullet” Bob Hayes has been inducted in the the Pro Football Hall of Fame. After years of being passed up, the voters got it right on this nomination. This has been a very long time coming, and congrats are in order to the Hayes family, and all fellow Die Hard Dallas Cowboys Fans! Career highlights from NFL.com: Wide Receiver. . .5-11, 185.
With two solid years under his belt, Tony Romo has leap frogged the rest of his 2003 draft class, QBs like: Palmer, Leftwhich, Boller, Grossman, Ragone, Simms, Wallace, Bollinger, and Drew Henson. I would say its safe to say that Romo is the head of the 2003 class. Most of these QBs are marginal backups or out of the league completely. Carson Palmer has done alright, but Romo has