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Old 09-05-2018, 07:22 AM   #16
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F Aikman, F Romo, F Whitten.
My favorite ex Cowboy to hate is Michael Irvin. He is annoying to listen to and look at and a piece of crap as a human being. There are too many stories about crap he did even to his own teammates for some of them not to be true.
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Old 09-05-2018, 07:27 AM   #17
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I just hope with two new QBs and a rookie head coach the Cards are more out of sorts and unprepared as the Redskins under Gruden are in game 1's.
Thats highly unlikely based on the skins past history.
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Old 09-05-2018, 09:48 AM   #18
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I think Jay Gruden's seat would heat up quickly if the Skins should lose the first two games, especially when they are looking at such a tough schedule the rest of the way. These games are winnable and I suspect they are inordinately important to Gruden's future as Redskins HC.
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Old 09-05-2018, 11:18 AM   #19
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If Rosen were starting we would lose no doubt lol we never beat Rookie QB's it seems. But I say we take them down
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Old 09-05-2018, 06:53 PM   #20
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My favorite ex Cowboy to hate is Michael Irvin. He is annoying to listen to and look at and a piece of crap as a human being. There are too many stories about crap he did even to his own teammates for some of them not to be true.
It's so hard to choose though, isn't it? Such a long and crappy list....
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Old 09-05-2018, 07:11 PM   #21
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It's so hard to choose though, isn't it? Such a long and crappy list....
Take your pick:

Sam Hurd, Drug Conspiracy – The former Cowboy from San Antonio was in 2013 sentenced to 15 years in prison after being busted for attempting to set up a vast drug operation that spanned three states. Though the jury believed Hurd when he said he had never used or sold cocaine, they found him guilty for making grand plans to distribute through a carefully crafted network.

Thomas Henderson, Drug Possession/Assault – In 1983 the linebacker formerly known as “Hollywood” was arrested for smoking crack with two under-aged girls, asking them for sex and threatening them with a gun. One of the girls was described in the police report as a “paraplegic minor.” He spent two months in rehab, and then two years in prison.

Larry Bethea, Theft – There are more heinous crimes in Cowboys’ history (like Harvey Martin and his multiple domestic abuse arrests), more ridiculous mistakes (Nate Newton getting arrested twice for transporting a truck full of marijuana) and certainly more infamous transgressions, but nothing compares to the audacity of stealing from your own mother. Which is exactly what the defensive lineman was convicted of in 1987. Shortly after the legal system found him guilty of stealing his mom’s $64,000 life savings, Bethea committed suicide.

Dwayne Goodrich, Vehicular Manslaughter – The former second-round draft pick was behind the wheel of one of the most famous and tragic hit-and-run accidents in DFW history, speeding through a fiery wreck on I-35 in 2003 and killing two good Samaritans trying to pull a man from a burning car. He spent nine years in prison in West Texas before being released in 2011.

Rafael Septien, Indecency With A Child – In 1987 the kicker was arrested on charges of aggravated child molestation, pled down to indecency and was punished only by a $2,000 fine and probation. He was released by the Cowboys and never kicked in the NFL again.
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Wow -- the speed with which you compiled this parade of horribles was impressive. Even apart from criminal conduct (of which there is a lot to choose from), there's also just a lot of douchebaggery.
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Old 09-05-2018, 09:49 PM   #23
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Take your pick:

Sam Hurd, Drug Conspiracy – The former Cowboy from San Antonio was in 2013 sentenced to 15 years in prison after being busted for attempting to set up a vast drug operation that spanned three states. Though the jury believed Hurd when he said he had never used or sold cocaine, they found him guilty for making grand plans to distribute through a carefully crafted network.

Thomas Henderson, Drug Possession/Assault – In 1983 the linebacker formerly known as “Hollywood” was arrested for smoking crack with two under-aged girls, asking them for sex and threatening them with a gun. One of the girls was described in the police report as a “paraplegic minor.” He spent two months in rehab, and then two years in prison.

Larry Bethea, Theft – There are more heinous crimes in Cowboys’ history (like Harvey Martin and his multiple domestic abuse arrests), more ridiculous mistakes (Nate Newton getting arrested twice for transporting a truck full of marijuana) and certainly more infamous transgressions, but nothing compares to the audacity of stealing from your own mother. Which is exactly what the defensive lineman was convicted of in 1987. Shortly after the legal system found him guilty of stealing his mom’s $64,000 life savings, Bethea committed suicide.

Dwayne Goodrich, Vehicular Manslaughter – The former second-round draft pick was behind the wheel of one of the most famous and tragic hit-and-run accidents in DFW history, speeding through a fiery wreck on I-35 in 2003 and killing two good Samaritans trying to pull a man from a burning car. He spent nine years in prison in West Texas before being released in 2011.

Rafael Septien, Indecency With A Child – In 1987 the kicker was arrested on charges of aggravated child molestation, pled down to indecency and was punished only by a $2,000 fine and probation. He was released by the Cowboys and never kicked in the NFL again.
As long as you are talking the Cowboys from the '80s, let's not forget that the Redskins from 2001-2011 had more players arrested than any other team in their division. Real pack of saints those Redskins....

https://bleacherreport.com/articles/...-decade#slide7
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Re: Around the NFL Week 1.

Mike Tirico is so darn good.

Idk why NBC clings to Al Michaels.

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Old 09-06-2018, 08:57 PM   #25
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Mike Tirico is so darn good.

Idk why NBC clings to Al Michaels.

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Old 09-06-2018, 09:02 PM   #26
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Re: Around the NFL Week 1.

Boyz to Men? What year is this? What decade is more like it
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Old 09-06-2018, 09:03 PM   #27
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What’s next Bell Biv DeVoe at halftime?
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Old 09-06-2018, 09:14 PM   #28
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Why was Julio not on the field at all during that wretched goal line series??
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Why was Julio not on the field at all during that wretched goal line series??
Dude...thought the same thing.

Eagles looking like shit...but Atlanta garbage red zone keeping them in the game
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Boring game
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