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Old 12-23-2007, 09:00 PM   #1
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The One And Done Challenge - Shorty3281

QuikSand posted filed for a One and Done Challenge that you can read about here.

In that thread, SkyDog later said that he would make a seperate subforum where all that participate will get their own threads that only they can view - however, the problem is that he wants to do it tomorrow and I am too impatient and would like to get started tonight, and need somewhere to write my notes.

So, for whatever I get through tonight, I will hide everything with spoiler tags.
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Old 12-23-2007, 09:07 PM   #2
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Eww, the Cowboys? :o

Since there is no points awarded for money made, I will be looking to move Dallas throughout this dynasty.

The Simple Rules
It's 2008. I need to compile a 53 man roster to use for the next 10-13 years, most likely. No other player other than from the draft class from 2008 can be signed, and only in 2008 can they be signed, unless emergency to a K or P.

No exceptions.

Cap increase has been set 60-99, with injuries set at 100 as mandated. I would argue we ought to use the more realistic 200 setting, but 100 will probably keep each dynasty alive longer.

On to the draft and my drafting goals - the most important part of the entire challenge!
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Old 12-23-2007, 09:59 PM   #3
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I'll be following...until tomorrow I guess. I'll be playing too. Good luck!
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Old 12-23-2007, 11:04 PM   #4
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Unlike any other dynasty, the drafting interviews will be deathly important. I can't just click the top 5-10 from each position like I usually would. I need to analyze only players I feel I could seriously select here - after all, I get 60 interviews and need to sign an initial 60 players. This is very important.

Draft Goals / Basic Team Identity
Without having even sniffed the draft class yet, here is my initial idea of how to build a successful team.

We will probably be offensively one dimensional, and I hope to land a stud QB, a good line, and all that I need out of my running backs are good receiving abilities and elusiveness. I can get the most out of a pretty terrible back as long as I've got good blocking and he's got good elusiveness.

On defense, I would prefer to have good defensive backs, with high amounts of turnovers.

I'm going to conduct my draft interviews, then make the trades I need to get rid of my future picks, for current ones.

I don't know if QS purposely chose this draft for a reason or not, but there is no STUD QB at first glance. Interesting indeed.

PLAYERS INTERVIEWED
QUARTERBACKS
Roy Harrison - 5'11 207, GRADE: 5.4 He is the third listed QB, great bars everywhere except for Sense Rush, which concerns me greatly. However, he has good combine numbers, and he's the first guy interviewed.
Impression: Very Overrated
Malcolm Sweeney - 6-2 222, 5.4 He's very good in many areas, lacking in three: Third Downs, Sense Rush, 2 Minute O. His volatility is 99.
Impression: Very Overrated
Kim McGregor - 6-1 207, 5.3 After two VOs, I'm not thrilled so far. McGregor has a short pass style, but struggles with screens (along with sense rush), and that is not ideal for me at all. However, I like everything else about him.
Impression: Very Overrated
Carl Ellison - 6-4 244, 4.9 Ellison is the last QB that intrigues me. It's looking more and more like I'm not going to get my desired QB. Ellison is great at short passed, but his style is Long Passing. shurg. Very average combine numbers.
Impression: Very Overrated

(Ok, 0 for 4! Maybe the other positions will be better, but what a terrible start, especially at the most critical position!)

RUNNINGBACKS
Bryan McMillian - 6-0 228, 6.0 Can run and catch, the top rated back. Weakness is third down running, and route running. Very good combine numbers
Impression: Very Overrated
Tyrus Torres - 5-11 218, 5.8 Third best back listed. Low volatility, high ratings in elusiveness and speed to outside, which I prefer.
Impression: Hard to Read
Perry Esquivel - 5-11 217 5.0 I go down the list a bit until I find Perry Esquivel. He's a pretty average runner, but looks to have phenomenal receiving abilities. I'll keep my eye on this one.
Impression: Very Underrated
Derek Lawless - 6-3 229, 4.8 Good running bars in everything except for power inside, which is fine, but not a good receiving back.
Impression: Very Overrated
Wayne Gillespie - 5-10 208, 4.7 I just can't help myself, I find another back similar to Esquivel. Great receiving bars, average running bars. The idea here is I could potentially get a gem of a receiver in late rounds instead of wasting a top pick on a wideout. With only one draft to use though, it's certainly a gamble.
Impression: Very Overrated

FULLBACKS
None. I plan to sign an UDFA or use a very late pick here. The only thing I will look for out of my fullback is to be a great blocker, nothing else matters.

TIGHTENDS
Same as the fullback. I'll acquire a TE blind, looking only for blocking sets. There is one good TE that I like a lot, Chevrier, but I am not going to waste a top pick to acquire him - which would be necessary.

WIDE RECEIVERS
Harris Powell - 6-2 205, 6.3 Harris Powell is code for Jerry Rice, I do believe. Great combines, too, runs a 4.27. But what do you know, my scout's
Impression: Very Overrated
Zach Ciscone - 5-11 191, 5.6 Good combine numbers, third best receiver listed. Pretty average bars, except what appears to be maxed out BPA.
Impression: Underrated
Jerry Reeves - 5-11 183, 5.5 Again, good combine numbers, similar bars to Ciscone as well, best at BPA, worse - but more well-rounded - at everything else.
Impression: Very Underrated

CENTERS
Harvey Halama - 6-5 298, 4.9 His combine numbers stuck out so I hop down to him (No. 4) and ignore some very mediocre looking bars.
Impression: Very Overrated
Rod McKenzie - 6-2 265, 5.4 After the above failure, I go back more towards the top of the list (2) and interview McKenzie, whose bars look better and has a pretty good combine score.
Impression: Very Overrated

After these two debacles, I remember from past FOF play that UDFA centers are usually high in abundance before Training Camp, and will test my luck that one is available. No more scouting these guys.

GUARDS
Marcus Hauser - 6-4 311, 5.7 Good combine numbers, highly rated in Run Blocking.
Impression: Hard to Read
Preston Blake - 6-3 292 5.7 Also a good combine, plus he's pretty even rated across the board, something I tend to prefer out of my offensive line.
Impression: Very Overrated
Ellis Murphy - 6-3 311 4.6 I skip way down the list now, getting my mind right that I need to stop only concentrating at the top of the draft. He scored a 45 on his Sole. test, with good bars.
Impression: Very Overrated

TACKLES
Bryan Clemons - 6-9 333, 7.0 Third highest rated player in the draft. It'd be an absolute insult if I didn't interview the behemoth. His paltry Sole test of 11 makes me want to cry for him, however.
Impression: Very Underrated
Darryl Dotson - 6-5 317, 5.4 He's got pretty good bars, plus nothing bad along the combine lines, so he's looking like a good canidate.
Impression: Very Overrated
Lance Greene - 6-5 315, 4.8 Also dumb as a box of rocks, but he scored very well on his strength test (33), and appears to be an excellent pass blocker, which I plan to make more of a priority than run blocking.
Impression: Hard to Read
Ken Darden - 6-4 285, 4.4 I liked his strength here also (34).
Impression: As Scouted

PUNTERS

KICKERS
Joel Bass, 5.5
Impression: Very Overrated
Donnie Gray, 5.4
Impression: Overrated
Rickey Franz, 5.4
Impression: Very Overrated
Scottie Buff, 5.2
Impression: Very Overrated

DEFENSIVE ENDS
Kelly Dole - 6-4 274, 5.3 Average combine numbers, nothing to write home about, but has very good bars in everything except for Punishing Hitter (who cares).
Impression: Very Overrated
William Caldwell - 6-8 274, 5.3 Just a giant. Four "great" combine scores, along with excellent bars in Run D, and both Pass Rush categories.
Impression: Very Overrated
Larry Hatcher - 6-3 248, 4.9 Not a combine baby. Wasted one here, I suppose. Went with my gut, my gut sucks so far.
Impression: Very Overrated
Myron Riti - 6-3 267, 4.8 I like his combine, even though he seems to have only two real strengths.
Impression: Very Overrated
Vincent Maryland - 6-5 277, 4.7 Liked his bars.
Impression: Very Overrated
Jimmy Sulfsted - 6-0 252, 4.1 I like his combine for a low ratings guy, maybe a late round gem.
Impression: Very Overrated

At this point, I think a blind monkey could pick better guys to scout than I could. Moving on...

DEFENSIVE TACKLES
Horace Hernandez - 6-4 306, 5.3 I like his combine, and he's maxed out in three categories.
Impression: VO
Jimmie Hoffman - 6-2 283, 4.7 Pretty good run stopper, decent combine.
Impression: Overrated
Lee Taylor - 6-2 287, 4.6 Also a good run stopper, plus has good PR T.
Impression: VO

INSIDE LINEBACKERS
Darren Kieta - 6-1 248, 6.1 He looks beautiful. Good combine, great bars.
Impression: Hard to Read
Shane Kolsrud - 5-10 238, 5.7 Pretty cool name this guy has, not to mention a great combine and the #2 listed ILB.
Impression: Very Underrated
Toby Houston - 5-11 224, 4.2 Good combine, VG in PRS and PD.
Impression: HtR

OUTSIDE LINEBACKERS
Kelvin Bushon - 6-0 233, 7.4 Highest rated player in the draft, gotta scout the guy. Runs a 4.44!
Impression: Overrated
Norbert Lyons - 6-1 236, 6.5 Good combine, good bars, #2 OLB in the pre-draft.
Impression: VO
Leland Hamill - 6-1 238, 6.1 Another highly touted OLB, similar to Lyons, but way more stupid (15 Sol Score).
Impression: Overrated
Cornell Logan - 6-0 230, 6.0 Many things I like about Cornell, including his Dash/Sole/Agil.
Impression: Very Overrated
Lincoln Murray - 6-4 256, 5.4 Pretty good in all areas except Zone D, and I like his combine. I already clicked Impression, and I'm glad how this turned out, because there is a stud QB in the GEFL with the same name and that would have just drove me crazy.
Impression: Very Overrated
Gilbert Malchow - 6-3 258, 4.1 I drop down the list and find a good combine guy in Gil, who my scout does not enjoy.
Impression: Overrated

CORNERBACKS
Bernie Delgado - 5-11 189, 6.7 One of the highest rated players in the draft, and boy do I love me some highly ranked cornerbacks. At first, my mouth waters with delight of the possibility of a shut-down corner terrorizing QBs for 10 years.
Impression: Overrated
Bo Granados - 6-1 203, 6.2 Bo is also a very well rated CB. Great combine. Crappy in BnR however.
Impression: As Scouted
Todd Benton - 5-11 189, 5.5 What can I say, I love his bars. He looks great in everything except MtM, which on second thought bothers me quite a bit.
Impression: Hard to Read
Lionel Erickson - 5-11 191, 5.5 Lionel is pretty well rated with a maxed out Interception bar, I must scout this man!
Impression: Very Overrated

SAFETIES
Kendall Anderson - 6-3 221, 7.2 Maxed bars in four categories, 3 superior combine numbers. Looks decent!
Impression: Underrated
Lance Raymond - 6-0 205, 5.9 Second best safety.
Impression: Hard to Read
Teddy Lindsay - 6-2 213, 5.8 Third best safety, can't find much wrong with him.
Impression: Underrated
Juan Brammer - 6-0 213, 4.9 Down the list a bit, good bars and combine, let's try him out.
Impression: Very Overrated
Ok, I've got 9 interviews left, the rest I'll go around all the positions and fill out, no comments, no height or weight, just Pos Name Grade & impression.
QB Kurt Mahoney, 4.0
Impression: As Scouted
G Vinny Malone, 5.2
Impression: Very Underrated
G Pete Coleman, 5.2
Impression: Hard to Read
ILB Jorge Heuring, 5.1Impression: VO
CB Claude Purslow, 5.1
Impression: Very Overrated
CB Ray Connell, 5.0
Impression: HtR
CB Dexter Emerling, 4.7
Impression: VO
CB Byron Choisser, 4.7
Impression: HtR
CB Alfred Kelley, 4.6
Impression: Very Underrated



Phew! That was a time-consumer. Initial thoughts are that this is not good. Second thoughts are that I really like the top Tackle and top Safety, and very positive on the top LBs and top Corner, and everything else feels like a crapshoot.

On to wheeling and dealing my picks.
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Old 12-23-2007, 11:45 PM   #5
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Can't make this stuff up (drafting right now):

LB Sweeney, Todd

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Old 12-23-2007, 11:56 PM   #6
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The first thing I do is shop my #1 pick. I don't need it. However, I won't bore you all or waste time typing out every trade I made.

Here's how it turned out:

QB Roy Harrison (whom I scouted) goes #1 overall.


Amateur Draft Report:

Rnd 1 - Bryan Clemons, T, Albany
Rnd 1 - Leland Hamill, OLB, Drake
Rnd 1 - Bo Granados, CB, St. Francis, Pa.
Rnd 1 - Kendall Anderson, S, Purdue
Rnd 2 - Zach Ciscone, WR, Arkansas
Rnd 2 - Kelly Dole, DE, Washington State
Rnd 3 - Perry Esquivel, RB, Mississippi
Rnd 3 - Vinny Malone, G, Syracuse
Rnd 4 - Peter Coleman, G, Arkansas
Rnd 4 - Fred Crabb, DE, Southern California
Rnd 4 - Jonathan Krueger, OLB, Lehigh
Rnd 4 - Lee Kinney, S, Washington
Rnd 5 - Carl Ellison, QB, Alabama
Rnd 5 - Wayne Gillespie, RB, Defiance
Rnd 6 - Trevor McElrath, RB, Minnesota
Rnd 6 - Jimmie Hoffman, DT, Southern Methodist
Rnd 6 - Alfred Kelley, CB, Wake Forest
Rnd 7 - Shane Bronson, ILB, Northeastern
Rnd 7 - Patrick Summers, CB, Fresno State


I manage to get a ton of players that I interviewed, I don't know if that is a good thing or not! A lot of them look pretty right now, but I'll display this roster once training camp is off and running.

Really happy with my 4 1st round picks. I am also glad I got both RBs that are good in the passing game, even though I got nervous and drafted Esquivel probably too early. I clearly was not sold on any QB and drafted Ellison as my starter for the dynasty very late in the draft. Hey, Tom Brady was a 6th rounder.

I'm taking this time to fill out my roster with undrafted guys, and I'll print up the full scale.
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Old 12-24-2007, 12:11 AM   #7
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After filling out my roster, it looks pretty sweet. Yet, this is before the first Training Camp, so it's going to hurt after this.

Here is the initial look, then I'll run the Change Tracker, and cut down to 60.

Code:
Dallas Cowboys Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct Newton, Bryant 6 QB 1 10 56 2 yrs Holliday, Keith 13 QB 1 10 56 2 yrs Kearney, Tom 16 QB 1 5 54 2 yrs Ellison, Carl 3 QB 1 20 62 3 yrs Ellard, Aaron 14 QB 1 7 56 2 yrs McElrath, Trevor 42 RB 1 27 41 3 yrs Hoffman, Cedric 20 RB 1 29 48 2 yrs Madison, Derek 44 RB 1 23 42 2 yrs Gillespie, Wayne 27 RB 1 23 59 3 yrs Kelso, Kelly 38 RB 1 22 52 2 yrs Esquivel, Perry 23 RB 1 40 59 4 yrs Fling, Jack 37 RB 1 27 46 2 yrs Bush, Leland 46 RB 1 21 41 2 yrs Maloney, Marcel 33 FB 1 21 56 2 yrs Matos, Shannon 86 TE 1 25 51 2 yrs Jensen, Bucky 81 TE 1 17 48 1 yr. George, Chad 89 TE 1 22 53 2 yrs Reynolds, Leon 7 TE 1 17 47 1 yr. Farr, Oscar 84 TE 1 19 53 2 yrs Myers, Randy 80 FL 1 15 52 1 yr. Slusarczyk, Butch 83 FL 1 16 55 1 yr. Ciscone, Zach 88 FL 1 27 42 4 yrs Okobi, William 85 FL 1 20 54 1 yr. Nicholson, Mitchell 82 SE 1 17 53 1 yr. Hardy, Marc 87 SE 1 14 52 1 yr. Turnbull, Wayne 54 C 1 20 62 1 yr. Michaud, Andrew 55 C 1 15 49 1 yr. Corbett, Pat 56 C 1 12 58 1 yr. Duncan, Antonio 61 LG 1 9 48 1 yr. Hanks, Lionel 60 LG 1 18 41 1 yr. Sutter, Luther 63 LG 1 14 45 2 yrs Coleman, Peter 69 RG 1 26 57 4 yrs Malone, Vinny 65 RG 1 23 55 4 yrs Clemons, Bryan 79 LT 1 52 72 5 yrs Banks, Arnold 64 LT 1 13 37 1 yr. Snell, Riddick 62 RT 1 10 45 1 yr. McWilliams, Ike 77 RT 1 11 48 1 yr. Ashley, Lester 5 P 1 36 45 1 yr. Gelbart, Ryan 2 P 1 37 49 1 yr. Franz, Rickey 4 K 1 24 52 1 yr. Sigman, Fernando 10 K 1 26 58 1 yr. Dole, Kelly 98 LDE 1 43 71 3 yrs Cassidy, Herman 94 LDE 1 17 44 1 yr. Turnbull, Henry 97 LDE 1 16 47 1 yr. Rivers, Bucky 76 RDE 2 12 26 --- Malcomson, Willie 72 RDE 1 26 50 1 yr. Crabb, Fred 75 RDE 1 19 58 4 yrs Chamberlain, Don 70 LDT 1 14 43 1 yr. Hoffman, Jimmie 93 LDT 1 16 44 3 yrs Medsker, Leon 74 NT 1 16 35 1 yr. Gunn, Edgar 58 MLB 1 13 44 1 yr. Bronson, Shane 99 MLB 1 15 55 3 yrs Jagger, Kris 92 MLB 1 10 39 1 yr. Lannen, Ricky 95 SLB 1 16 36 1 yr. Bernhardt, Artie 57 WLB 1 20 46 1 yr. Krueger, Jonathan 52 WLB 1 18 31 4 yrs Campbell, Lorenzo 51 WLB 1 20 47 1 yr. Hamill, Leland 59 WLB 1 44 72 4 yrs Kerr, Kyle 41 LCB 1 11 57 1 yr. Granados, Bo 30 LCB 1 44 71 4 yrs Buchanan, Jonathan 26 LCB 1 21 47 1 yr. Kelley, Alfred 39 LCB 1 18 26 3 yrs Bauer, Butch 40 RCB 1 16 44 1 yr. Summers, Patrick 47 RCB 1 14 24 3 yrs Petkovich, Donnie 24 RCB 1 17 48 1 yr. Douglas, Frank 32 FS 1 14 45 1 yr. Kinney, Lee 28 FS 1 21 67 4 yrs Henry, Mike 21 FS 1 17 45 1 yr. Domenici, Gino 34 FS 1 13 45 1 yr. Andersen, Kerry 22 FS 1 23 47 1 yr. Anderson, Kendall 29 FS 1 43 73 5 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Front Office Football 2007 Players Under Contract: 70 Inactive: 0 On Active Roster: 70 Salary Cap: $109,000,000 Cap Room: $17,190,000 Maximum for New Player: $17,500,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $61,970,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $410,000 Cap Room Required Next Year: $30,220,000
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:43 AM   #8
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Before I even run the tracker, it doesn't look pretty.

Here's the notable damage:
37 players lost -5 future points or more!
The only QB I drafted, Carl Ellison, lost -9 future to dip to 42 fut.
RB Wayne Gillespie, who I was very high on, took a -8 hit.

Here's the positive:
8 players gained points, 2 of them gaining +4.
First round picks T Clemons and S Anderson were 2 of these players, and now both are 74 Fut! Great success!

I cut down to 60, then not to bore you all I cut down to 53! Here's the breakdown of this beautifully magnificent roster of rookies!

*I did end up converting Gillespie into a FL, and it was an ok transition. He went from being my little-to-none used RB to a backup WR. Not bad, I suppose. I am curious to see how Esquivel would have turned out as a FL, but as it is, he's my best RB so I can't switch him.

*2 drafted players were cut - RB Trevor McElrath, S Patrick Summers

*Two players were red flags - TE Shannon Matos and S Patrick Summers

*Bottom of the totem pole in all four cohesion categories.

*Baltimore has a Power Rating of 100. We have a 1.

Code:
Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct ##Holliday, Keith 13 QB 1 14 49 2 yrs Kearney, Tom 16 QB 1 8 49 2 yrs Ellison, Carl 3 QB QB 1 23 53 3 yrs Ellard, Aaron 14 QB 1 10 50 2 yrs

Ellison gets the nod. Gotta say, I am not thrilled that this is my set of QBs for the entire dynasty. To maximize his strengths, we are going to throw a lot of short passes (though his style is long passes- why would anyone that can't throw long passes well use that as his style? /shurg.

Code:
Hoffman, Cedric 20 RB 1 29 44 2 yrs ##Kelso, Kelly 38 RB 1 22 42 2 yrs Esquivel, Perry 23 RB 1 44 58 4 yrs Fling, Jack 37 RB RB 1 29 43 2 yrs Maloney, Marcel 33 FB FB 1 24 54 2 yrs

I almost cut my FB Maloney because fullbacks are not required, and for the sake of the dynasty maybe I could have kept an extra linemen or receiver or something that is required... but alas. I am satisfied with Esquivel, not bad for a 3rd rd pick. My 4 RBs elusiveness ratings, from their order above: 100, 100, 90, 90. I guess I met my goal there.

BTW, Esquivel will be starting, I didn't set my depth charts when I printed this roster.

Code:
George, Chad 89 TE 1 23 45 2 yrs ##Reynolds, Leon 7 TE 1 20 46 1 yr. Farr, Oscar 84 TE TE 1 23 47 2 yrs Gillespie, Wayne 27 FL 1 15 48 3 yrs Slusarczyk, Butch 83 FL 1 18 46 1 yr. Ciscone, Zach 88 FL 1 31 46 4 yrs Okobi, William 85 FL 1 24 47 1 yr. Nicholson, Mitchell 82 SE SE 1 20 43 1 yr.

TE George is the worst receiver, but he has the best blocking potential and I want to develop that. So he starts, with Farr being the backup.

Ciscone is the FL, my drafted WR. His best bar is BPR at 96. The convert Gillespie is the backup FL. On the otherside of the field we are going with Nicholson, whose best FUT is in Avoid Drops at 75. On a normal team he could make for a decent slot receiver. I don't think I drafted the best here. The backup SE is Slusarczyk, who incidentally, I almost cut because I have to click about 3 times back into the game to spell his name correctly.

Okobi is the 5th WR.

Code:
Turnbull, Wayne 54 C 1 25 54 1 yr. Michaud, Andrew 55 C 1 19 47 1 yr. Corbett, Pat 56 C C 1 18 53 1 yr. Hanks, Lionel 60 LG 1 22 41 1 yr. Coleman, Peter 69 RG RG 1 34 58 4 yrs Malone, Vinny 65 RG 1 28 52 4 yrs Clemons, Bryan 79 LT 1 62 74 5 yrs Banks, Arnold 64 LT LT 1 19 38 1 yr. McWilliams, Ike 77 RT 1 15 44 1 yr.

Clemons is the LT. For the #1 pick, he's a 92 at Pass Block, but only 52 max at Run, which is disappointing. 82 block strength however.

RT is McWilliams but I am not happy. Ugh, I did awful. He's ok with his blocking, but his endurance is 0/9.

The Gs are Malone and Coleman, who have most bars in the 50-60s.

Turnbull is the C and Corbett is the very good backup who I considered starting at RT.

Code:
Gelbart, Ryan 2 P 1 38 49 1 yr. Sigman, Fernando 10 K 1 34 55 1 yr.

Gelbart is the Punter. I really only care about kick power, and I got it here- 77. His hang time, though, 0/2!

Sigman's power/accuracy is 60/54 which is ok. I normally like two kickers, but can't afford one thinking long term.

Code:
Dole, Kelly 98 LDE 1 46 67 3 yrs ##Turnbull, Henry 97 LDE 1 18 41 1 yr. Malcomson, Willie 72 RDE 1 28 45 1 yr. Crabb, Fred 75 RDE RDE 1 23 50 4 yrs Chamberlain, Don 70 LDT 1 17 38 1 yr. Hoffman, Jimmie 93 LDT NT 1 22 44 3 yrs ##Medsker, Leon 74 NT 1 18 35 1 yr.

Going with the 3-4. Dole and Crabb are my starting DEs, couldn't be happier. Hoffman is the DT, which is ok.

Code:
Bronson, Shane 99 MLB SILB 1 19 48 3 yrs Jagger, Kris 92 MLB 1 12 34 1 yr. Lannen, Ricky 95 MLB 1 16 32 1 yr. Gunn, Edgar 58 SLB SLB 1 15 40 1 yr. Hamill, Leland 59 SLB 1 49 70 4 yrs Bernhardt, Artie 57 WLB WILB 1 22 40 1 yr. Krueger, Jonathan 52 WLB 1 23 35 4 yrs Campbell, Lorenzo 51 WLB WLB 1 24 43 1 yr.

Switched Leland Hamill from WLB to SLB. He's a beast. 98 fut in run stopping. Bronson, Campbell, and Bernhardt are the other starters.

Code:
Kerr, Kyle 41 LCB LCB 1 14 48 1 yr. Granados, Bo 30 LCB 1 50 69 4 yrs Buchanan, Jonathan 26 LCB RCB 1 24 40 1 yr. ##Kelley, Alfred 39 LCB 1 20 27 3 yrs Petkovich, Donnie 24 RCB 1 18 40 1 yr. ##Douglas, Frank 32 FS FS 1 18 41 1 yr. Kinney, Lee 28 FS 1 26 62 4 yrs Henry, Mike 21 FS SS 1 21 41 1 yr. Andersen, Kerry 22 FS 1 24 41 1 yr. Anderson, Kendall 29 FS 1 50 74 5 yrs

Granados (monster) and Kerr are my starting corners. Buchanon and Kerr were toss ups, in the end I think Kerr has more potential.

Kendall Anderson and Lee Kinney are my starting safeties, and I am thrilled.

All in all, I am pretty satisfied with my defense. It's the offense that is going to take some magic.

===

$$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive,
** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR.

Players Under Contract: 53
Inactive: 7
On Active Roster: 46

Salary Cap: $109,000,000
Cap Room: $17,290,000
Maximum for New Player: $17,600,000
Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $62,060,000

Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $540,000
Cap Room Required Next Year: $27,120,000

=======

Time for the first season.
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Old 12-24-2007, 02:39 AM   #9
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I will be watching the games on the scoreboard, but only calling plays in situations where I think I am smarter than the AI.

Also, I was going to post a game by game summary, but after game 1 and an ass whooping, I decided it'd be boring to write about blowouts every week.

Here's the season summary:

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Front Office Football 2007 2008 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2008 Record 1-15 Winning Pct. .062 All-Time 1-31 Winning Pct. .031 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Donnell Cooper Record 1-31 Winning Pct. .031 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. K. Korr Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 33.2 8 Rushing Yards 144.8 2 Yards Per Carry 4.36 5 Pass Attempts 26.4 27 Completions 13.6 32 Completion Pct. 51.3 28 (T) Passing Yards 128.4 32 Yards Per Attempt 4.86 31 Yards Per Catch 9.47 31 Total Yardage Gained 258.5 30 3rd Down Conversions 31.9 30 Points Per Game 11.1 31 Pass Rush Pct. 14.5 32 Pass Defense Pct. 39.4 32 Turnovers 27 14 (T) Turnover Margin -9 25 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 35.7 30 Rushing Yards 145.0 30 Yards Per Carry 4.06 18 Pass Attempts 28.9 6 Completions 19.0 24 Completion Pct. 65.8 32 Passing Yards 203.5 11 Yards Per Attempt 7.05 24 Yards Per Catch 10.71 3 Total Yardage Gained 342.5 31 3rd Down Conversions 46.7 32 Points Per Game 26.3 31 Pass Rush Pct. 22.2 24 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 71.9 26 Turnovers 18 32 Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 9 PHI 35 2 19 BAL 13 3 6 DET 10 5 7 ARI 13 6 6 at NYK 27 7 12 SFO 38 8 13 at STL 30 9 3 at SEA 20 10 20 WAS 30 11 6 at PHI 42 12 7 at PIT 30 13 6 at ATL 38 14 28 CIN 31 15 3 NYK 24 16 13 at CLE 17 17 20 at WAS 23 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 3 C. Ellison QB 341 165 1507 4.42 5 11 52.2 16 T. Kearney QB 43 25 262 6.09 2 3 62.3 **Team --- 423 217 2055 4.86 8 14 57.6 $$Opp --- 462 304 3256 7.05 31 11 98.7 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 366 1680 4.59 2 6 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 103 320 3.11 3 6 20 C. Hoffman RB 39 236 6.05 2 1 **Team --- 531 2316 4.36 7 26 $$Opp --- 571 2320 4.06 16 17 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 82 M. Nicholson WR 83 45 506 11.24 6.10 6 2 88 Z. Ciscone WR 104 45 598 13.29 5.75 9 2 23 P. Esquivel RB 38 34 205 6.03 5.39 1 1 27 W. Gillespie WR 62 22 184 8.36 2.97 3 1 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 59 L. Hamill OLB 119 37 3.5 7 3 5 75.8 29 K. Anderson S 102 29 0.0 0 2 5 79.6 99 S. Bronson ILB 84 31 0.0 1 0 3 72.0 51 L. Campbell OLB 61 30 4.0 9 0 0 77.3 28 L. Kinney S 59 22 0.0 0 1 3 73.3 26 J. Buchanan CB 53 14 0.0 0 1 1 74.6 98 K. Dole DE 48 15 1.5 8 0 0 82.5 30 B. Granados CB 47 9 0.0 0 2 11 79.3 22 K. Andersen S 47 15 0.0 1 0 6 76.6 75 F. Crabb DE 41 21 1.5 6 0 0 81.8 93 J. Hoffman DT 34 14 0.0 7 0 0 81.5 72 W. Malcomson DE 25 13 1.0 0 1 0 79.5 57 A. Bernhardt OLB 18 16 1.0 0 0 1 80.6 41 K. Kerr CB 16 9 0.0 0 0 6 86.3


Notable highlights
Esquivel runs for 170 yards in his first NFL game, following it up with 140 yards in week 2 including a 4 yard run in OT to seal our first W, over previously mentioned 100 Power Rating Baltimore! We were 20 point dogs!

All in all, 14 games played, 10 100+ yard games, missing 100 yards in Week 17 by 4 yards.

QB Keith Holliday started Week 17 due to others being injured, and went 19-24, 204 yds, and 1 TD 0 INT for 116.0 QBR

Season Awards
Offensive Rookie of the Year - Perry Esquivel
Defensive Rookie of the Year - Leland Hamill
All-League First Team OLB - Leland Hamill
All-League Second Team OT - Bryan Clemons
All-League Second Team P - Ryan Gelbart
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Thanks SkyDog!

BTW, for anyone playing, how long did that first season take?

I loaded that bad boy up at 10pm and closed it at 4am! Six hours for 1 friggin season, that's gotta be a record for me. But, these next ones will go pretty fast, I suppose.
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:01 PM   #14
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Staff hiring comes and goes, everyone is already locked up, and I don't bother to switch anything up. My coach with a career 1-31 record stays!

Summer League
The only year where I will get to send a player to the Summer League. And I have 53 players to choose from! Yay! Easy!

I send QB Aaron Ellard, he was the 3rd string QB last year, but of everyone I like his bars the best... it's just a matter of if they are masked or not.


Free Agency
I make sure to resign all 53 players. Obviously. Nothing exciting here, most people I tried to give 2 year deals.
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Old 12-24-2007, 01:30 PM   #15
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Training Camp
We get trade offers for TE Leon Reynolds and QB Carl Ellison. No soup!
I again ran the Change Tracker, here are the notable results:


TOP CREEPERS
LT Bryan Clemons +9 (87/87) - Fuckin money!!
QB Carl Ellison +4 (30/53) - Severely needed something like this
QB Aaron Ellard +1 (14/47) - Nice
LG Vinny Malone +1 (36/52)
TE Leon Reynolds +1 (23/46)

Five others also gained +1 but aren't impact players.


TOP DROPPERS

TE Chad George -4 (22/37)
9 others dropped -1

All in all, not a bad training camp!

My man T Clemons, who I complained was a 52 in RB and a 92 in PB, is now a 93 in RB and 90 PB! He was fooling me all along with his great ability to block on run plays! That sneaky man!

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Front Office Football 2007 Dallas Cowboys Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct Holliday, Keith 13 QB 2 17 44 1 yr. Kearney, Tom 16 QB 2 11 47 1 yr. Ellison, Carl 3 QB QB 2 30 53 2 yrs Ellard, Aaron 14 QB 2 14 47 1 yr. Hoffman, Cedric 20 RB 2 31 40 1 yr. ##Kelso, Kelly 38 RB 2 22 35 1 yr. Esquivel, Perry 23 RB RB 2 50 57 3 yrs Fling, Jack 37 RB 2 33 42 1 yr. Maloney, Marcel 33 FB FB 2 30 52 1 yr. ##George, Chad 89 TE 2 22 37 1 yr. Reynolds, Leon 7 TE 2 25 46 2 yrs Farr, Oscar 84 TE TE 2 30 43 1 yr. Gillespie, Wayne 27 FL 2 22 44 2 yrs Slusarczyk, Butch 83 FL 2 20 41 2 yrs Ciscone, Zach 88 FL FL 2 40 48 3 yrs Okobi, William 85 FL 2 30 44 2 yrs Nicholson, Mitchell 82 SE SE 2 25 37 2 yrs Turnbull, Wayne 54 C C 2 35 49 2 yrs Michaud, Andrew 55 C 2 24 45 2 yrs Corbett, Pat 56 C 2 22 49 2 yrs ##Hanks, Lionel 60 LG 2 27 41 2 yrs Malone, Vinny 65 LG LG 2 38 52 3 yrs Coleman, Peter 69 RG RG 2 46 57 3 yrs Clemons, Bryan 79 LT LT 2 87 87 4 yrs ##Banks, Arnold 64 LT 2 26 38 2 yrs McWilliams, Ike 77 RT RT 2 23 41 2 yrs Gelbart, Ryan 2 P 2 48 50 2 yrs Sigman, Fernando 10 K 2 38 52 2 yrs Dole, Kelly 98 LDE LDE 2 63 65 2 yrs ##Turnbull, Henry 97 LDE 2 21 38 2 yrs Malcomson, Willie 72 RDE 2 30 42 2 yrs Crabb, Fred 75 RDE RDE 2 30 46 3 yrs Medsker, Leon 74 NT 2 21 35 2 yrs Chamberlain, Don 70 NT 2 17 36 2 yrs Hoffman, Jimmie 93 NT NT 2 23 43 2 yrs Bronson, Shane 99 MLB SILB 2 31 44 2 yrs Jagger, Kris 92 MLB 2 14 31 2 yrs ##Lannen, Ricky 95 MLB 2 17 29 2 yrs Gunn, Edgar 58 SLB 2 18 37 2 yrs Hamill, Leland 59 SLB SLB 2 68 68 3 yrs Bernhardt, Artie 57 WLB WILB 2 24 37 2 yrs Krueger, Jonathan 52 WLB 2 29 37 3 yrs Campbell, Lorenzo 51 WLB WLB 2 34 40 2 yrs Kerr, Kyle 41 LCB 2 17 42 2 yrs Granados, Bo 30 LCB LCB 2 67 68 3 yrs Buchanan, Jonathan 26 LCB 2 28 28 2 yrs ##Kelley, Alfred 39 LCB 2 23 27 2 yrs Petkovich, Donnie 24 LCB RCB 2 17 35 2 yrs Douglas, Frank 32 FS 2 20 38 2 yrs Kinney, Lee 28 FS FS 2 38 59 3 yrs Henry, Mike 21 FS 2 23 37 2 yrs Andersen, Kerry 22 FS 2 28 37 3 yrs Anderson, Kendall 29 FS SS 2 71 71 4 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $109,000,000 Cap Room: $66,740,000 Maximum for New Player: $67,160,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $540,000 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Required Next Year: $50,740,000
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Old 12-24-2007, 02:15 PM   #16
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Team Cohesion - 92 90 82 87

Middle of the pack there.
Our Power Rating is 2! Doubled what we had last year!

We pick up 5 wins riding the Perry Esquivel Train!

At this point, he is developing into a machine. This is the exact opposite of the team I initially envisioned.

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Front Office Football 2007 2009 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2009 Record 5-11 Winning Pct. .312 All-Time 6-42 Winning Pct. .125 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Donnell Cooper Record 6-42 Winning Pct. .125 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. K. Korr Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 32.6 5 Rushing Yards 156.4 2 Yards Per Carry 4.80 1 Pass Attempts 30.6 22 (T) Completions 16.4 26 Completion Pct. 53.6 25 Passing Yards 153.8 31 Yards Per Attempt 5.03 31 Yards Per Catch 9.39 31 Total Yardage Gained 295.5 23 3rd Down Conversions 35.6 22 Points Per Game 14.1 28 Pass Rush Pct. 14.9 32 Pass Defense Pct. 43.6 30 Turnovers 30 22 (T) Turnover Margin -1 15 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 33.2 30 Rushing Yards 134.6 29 Yards Per Carry 4.06 19 Pass Attempts 28.1 1 Completions 18.4 14 (T) Completion Pct. 65.3 30 Passing Yards 216.6 21 Yards Per Attempt 7.70 31 Yards Per Catch 11.79 28 Total Yardage Gained 344.0 30 3rd Down Conversions 45.5 32 Points Per Game 25.7 31 Pass Rush Pct. 24.5 30 Pass Defense Pct. 69.0 25 Turnovers 29 11 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 20 at NYK 17 2 7 at SDO 40 3 17 at MIN 31 4 10 at CAR 38 5 14 TBY 24 6 3 at WAS 31 7 28 NYK 19 8 3 at NOS 27 9 3 ATL 27 10 9 PHI 30 12 19 at OAK 34 13 27 STL 24 14 21 KCY 24 15 7 WAS 17 16 16 DEN 14 17 22 at PHI 14 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 3 C. Ellison QB 467 251 2384 5.10 10 13 63.7 **Team --- 489 262 2461 5.03 11 14 63.2 $$Opp --- 450 294 3466 7.70 30 15 96.9 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 418 2091 5.00 13 8 37 J. Fling RB 87 346 3.98 2 1 Front Office Football 2007 **Team --- 521 2502 4.80 15 26 $$Opp --- 531 2154 4.06 14 27 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 88 Z. Ciscone WR 109 49 794 16.20 7.28 7 2 82 M. Nicholson WR 107 46 421 9.15 3.93 3 1 23 P. Esquivel RB 54 39 180 4.62 3.33 2 5 84 O. Farr TE 37 30 220 7.33 5.95 3 1 85 W. Okobi WR 60 28 340 12.14 5.67 6 1 27 W. Gillespie WR 61 27 247 9.15 4.05 0 1 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 133 41 0.0 0 3 11 81.4 99 S. Bronson ILB 87 30 0.0 0 1 3 71.8 93 J. Hoffman DT 64 25 4.5 6 0 0 81.6 59 L. Hamill OLB 62 20 3.5 4 0 6 77.2 30 B. Granados CB 56 9 0.0 0 3 7 77.0 41 K. Kerr CB 54 15 0.0 0 1 1 71.6 28 L. Kinney S 53 22 0.0 0 5 5 81.9 75 F. Crabb DE 41 26 1.0 7 0 0 81.0 98 K. Dole DE 39 15 4.0 9 0 0 82.2 52 J. Krueger OLB 37 11 3.5 2 0 0 78.4 26 J. Buchanan CB 37 15 0.0 0 1 4 77.4 51 L. Campbell OLB 29 15 2.5 10 0 0 80.1 57 A. Bernhardt OLB 23 20 0.0 0 0 0 74.5 22 K. Andersen S 21 4 0.0 0 0 1 64.4 58 E. Gunn OLB 18 6 0.0 1 0 0 74.5

SEASON AWARDS
OFFENSIVE PLAYER OF THE YEAR! - RB Perry Esquivel
All-League First Team RB - Perry Esquivel
All-League First Team T - Bryan Clemons


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Two seasons in, I wonder just how much better we can get. Obviously, Cohesion will start to add up but with Ellison looking very limited it is a question as to how far he can lead us.
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Old 12-25-2007, 06:20 PM   #17
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STAFF HIRING
Our HC retires and DC has his contract up. We sign a new DC, Blaine Rose who is G-G-VG-VG-G, to a five year deal.

We also sign a new HC in untested 37 yo Gino Clements, who is G-A-G-G-G.

RESIGNINGS
I resign all free agents to a 2 year deal, and wink at them "your with me forever!!!!!!!!"

Post-draft, the Brownies offer me a 2nd rd pick & a QB for stud Perry Esquivel. Arrogant LOL


Post-Camp Booms/Busts

LCB Bo Granados +6 72/72
LT Clemons creeps a point to 93/93.. could I have picked a better 1st selection?
QB Ellison also continues to creep now +5/+1 35/46

A handful of players lose 2-4 points, only starter being LG Vin Malone. 4th-now-5th WR Bill Okobi had a -5 hit

Scratch that, first 2 year starter SE Mitch Nicolson is now down to 25/25, I guess this was during the offseason and I didn't notice. Thats unfortunate.

ROSTER

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Front Office Football 2007 Dallas Cowboys Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct ##Holliday, Keith 13 QB 3 19 39 2 yrs Kearney, Tom 16 QB 3 15 43 2 yrs Ellison, Carl 3 QB QB 3 35 46 5 yrs Ellard, Aaron 14 QB 3 18 42 2 yrs Hoffman, Cedric 20 RB 3 30 36 2 yrs ##Kelso, Kelly 38 RB 3 21 24 2 yrs Esquivel, Perry 23 RB RB 3 54 57 2 yrs Fling, Jack 37 RB 3 35 39 2 yrs Maloney, Marcel 33 FB FB 3 35 51 2 yrs ##George, Chad 89 TE 3 22 29 2 yrs Reynolds, Leon 7 TE TE 3 30 44 1 yr. Farr, Oscar 84 TE 3 33 33 2 yrs Gillespie, Wayne 27 FL 3 25 37 1 yr. Slusarczyk, Butch 83 FL 3 22 34 1 yr. Ciscone, Zach 88 FL FL 3 49 49 5 yrs Okobi, William 85 FL 3 34 34 1 yr. Nicholson, Mitchell 82 SE SE 3 25 25 1 yr. Turnbull, Wayne 54 C C 3 38 38 1 yr. Michaud, Andrew 55 C 3 28 44 1 yr. Corbett, Pat 56 C 3 26 43 1 yr. Hanks, Lionel 60 LG 3 31 41 1 yr. Malone, Vinny 65 LG LG 3 47 47 2 yrs Coleman, Peter 69 RG RG 3 53 53 2 yrs Clemons, Bryan 79 LT LT 3 93 93 3 yrs ##Banks, Arnold 64 LT 3 28 35 1 yr. McWilliams, Ike 77 RT RT 3 30 38 1 yr. Gelbart, Ryan 2 P 3 51 51 1 yr. Sigman, Fernando 10 K 3 37 37 1 yr. Dole, Kelly 98 LDE LDE 3 60 60 1 yr. Turnbull, Henry 97 LDE 3 23 33 1 yr. Malcomson, Willie 72 RDE 3 31 37 1 yr. Crabb, Fred 75 RDE RDE 3 32 32 2 yrs Medsker, Leon 74 NT 3 21 34 1 yr. Chamberlain, Don 70 NT 3 17 31 1 yr. Hoffman, Jimmie 93 NT NT 3 31 42 1 yr. Bronson, Shane 99 MLB SILB 3 32 32 1 yr. Jagger, Kris 92 MLB 3 15 25 1 yr. ##Lannen, Ricky 95 MLB 3 18 24 1 yr. Gunn, Edgar 58 SLB 3 21 31 1 yr. Hamill, Leland 59 SLB SLB 3 67 67 2 yrs Bernhardt, Artie 57 WLB WILB 3 25 30 1 yr. Krueger, Jonathan 52 WLB WLB 3 38 41 2 yrs Campbell, Lorenzo 51 WLB 3 34 34 1 yr. Kerr, Kyle 41 LCB 3 21 35 1 yr. Granados, Bo 30 LCB LCB 3 73 73 2 yrs ##Buchanan, Jonathan 26 LCB 3 26 26 1 yr. Kelley, Alfred 39 LCB RCB 3 27 28 1 yr. Petkovich, Donnie 24 LCB 3 17 28 1 yr. Douglas, Frank 32 FS 3 22 33 1 yr. Kinney, Lee 28 FS FS 3 48 55 2 yrs Henry, Mike 21 FS 3 25 33 1 yr. ##Andersen, Kerry 22 FS 3 27 27 2 yrs Anderson, Kendall 29 FS SS 3 73 73 3 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $109,000,000 Cap Room: $52,870,000 Maximum for New Player: $53,390,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Required Next Year: $34,070,000
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Old 12-25-2007, 09:33 PM   #18
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Esquivel breaks 2,000 yards again. I guess I'm really going to find out if you can wear down a back in FOF, two straight seasons of over 400 carries.

We get 7 wins, but easily squandered 3 or 4... I feel we are close to sniffing the playoffs.

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Front Office Football 2007 2010 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2010 Record 7-9 Winning Pct. .437 All-Time 13-51 Winning Pct. .203 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 7-9 Winning Pct. .437 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 36.5 1 Rushing Yards 157.9 1 Yards Per Carry 4.33 9 Pass Attempts 29.7 25 Completions 16.9 27 Completion Pct. 56.8 22 Passing Yards 178.8 30 Yards Per Attempt 6.02 25 Yards Per Catch 10.59 25 Total Yardage Gained 322.5 22 3rd Down Conversions 42.1 9 (T) Points Per Game 19.6 21 Pass Rush Pct. 18.6 22 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 48.5 25 Turnovers 22 9 Turnover Margin +12 3 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 26.3 7 Rushing Yards 101.3 7 Yards Per Carry 3.85 6 Pass Attempts 33.4 18 (T) Completions 20.6 26 Completion Pct. 61.7 24 (T) Passing Yards 227.0 20 Yards Per Attempt 6.79 16 Yards Per Catch 11.01 4 (T) Total Yardage Gained 318.2 11 3rd Down Conversions 36.8 10 Points Per Game 22.4 21 Pass Rush Pct. 19.3 14 Pass Defense Pct. 65.1 24 Turnovers 34 3 Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 23 at WAS 31 2 28 at IND 0 3 7 at NOS 27 4 17 DET 10 5 14 at NYK 17 6 20 at CHI 28 7 0 MIN 48 9 30 WAS 34 10 9 at GBY 3 11 24 PHI 10 12 19 at JAX 10 13 31 STL 24 14 21 TEN 31 15 17 at PHI 33 16 27 HOU 42 17 27 NYK 10 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 3 C. Ellison QB 355 207 2085 5.87 19 11 80.1 14 A. Ellard QB 117 62 773 6.61 7 3 83.0 **Team --- 475 270 2860 6.02 26 14 80.5 $$Opp --- 535 330 3632 6.79 25 12 88.0 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 454 2127 4.69 8 7 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 110 356 3.24 2 1 **Team --- 584 2527 4.33 10 20 $$Opp --- 421 1620 3.85 13 39 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 88 Z. Ciscone WR 107 66 1058 16.03 9.89 6 8 23 P. Esquivel RB 66 53 241 4.55 3.65 1 5 85 W. Okobi WR 84 39 504 12.92 6.00 9 2 83 B. Slusarczyk WR 63 31 389 12.55 6.17 4 5 84 O. Farr TE 34 21 166 7.90 4.88 1 3 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 102 47 1.0 0 5 14 84.8 52 J. Krueger OLB 63 17 9.0 12 0 0 79.2 39 A. Kelley CB 62 9 0.0 0 1 2 69.4 28 L. Kinney S 60 22 1.0 0 1 10 78.8 59 L. Hamill OLB 57 29 4.5 2 0 5 77.7 30 B. Granados CB 55 15 0.0 0 3 23 84.1 98 K. Dole DE 43 16 3.5 23 0 0 81.5 93 J. Hoffman DT 39 14 6.5 8 0 0 82.5 99 S. Bronson ILB 37 17 0.0 0 1 0 76.3 41 K. Kerr CB 35 5 0.0 0 0 0 73.6 75 F. Crabb DE 34 6 2.5 10 0 0 81.5 57 A. Bernhardt OLB 33 9 0.0 0 0 1 68.9 51 L. Campbell ILB 20 6 1.0 1 0 0 73.5 95 R. Lannen ILB 16 3 0.0 0 0 1 71.7

Three seasons in, I drafted my RB well (though OJ Winters is a MONSTER and went in round 2 that year). I drafted decently on the offensive line. I got one good DE, one good LB who is showing signs of being injury prone, one good corner,and two good safeties.

Of anything else, I wish I had another good CB. My other CBs just plain stink.

Season Awards go to the usual suspects, Clemons gets 1st Team All OT, Esquivel takes home Offensive POY and 1st Team RB again
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Started the new season up.

Out of curiousity, I went to the "Past 1st Selections" popup.

Spoiler coming, here's how the #1 pick I traded away is faring:

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Wow- I just loaded the game up and I am back at Week 2 on 2010. I don't know, I guess I forgot to save last night. I can't believe it, and frankly I'm not motivated.
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I quicksimmed, and thus we end up at 5-11 and Esquivel doesn't have a great season. That made me sad.

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Front Office Football 2007 2010 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2010 Record 5-11 Winning Pct. .312 All-Time 11-53 Winning Pct. .171 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 5-11 Winning Pct. .312 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 27.3 20 Rushing Yards 110.3 17 Yards Per Carry 4.05 16 Pass Attempts 33.1 16 Completions 16.3 28 Completion Pct. 49.1 31 Passing Yards 189.9 31 Yards Per Attempt 5.73 29 Yards Per Catch 11.69 14 Total Yardage Gained 288.8 26 3rd Down Conversions 33.0 28 (T) Points Per Game 16.7 28 Pass Rush Pct. 16.8 28 Pass Defense Pct. 48.1 23 Turnovers 31 23 (T) Turnover Margin -1 18 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 31.3 26 Rushing Yards 126.7 25 Yards Per Carry 4.05 19 Pass Attempts 33.6 17 Completions 21.3 26 Completion Pct. 63.2 27 (T) Passing Yards 234.9 24 Yards Per Attempt 6.99 18 (T) Yards Per Catch 11.06 10 Total Yardage Gained 348.8 26 3rd Down Conversions 41.0 25 Points Per Game 24.9 29 Pass Rush Pct. 22.6 26 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 75.6 31 Turnovers 30 9 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 23 at WAS 31 2 20 at IND 10 3 21 at NOS 28 4 7 DET 30 5 10 at NYK 26 6 17 at CHI 10 7 14 MIN 42 9 34 WAS 32 10 0 at GBY 26 11 6 PHI 14 12 27 at JAX 10 13 17 STL 23 14 23 TEN 44 15 7 at PHI 24 16 21 HOU 31 17 20 NYK 17 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 3 C. Ellison QB 496 247 2911 5.87 17 21 61.8 14 A. Ellard QB 34 13 128 3.76 2 1 57.0 **Team --- 530 260 3039 5.73 19 22 61.5 $$Opp --- 538 340 3759 6.99 30 14 91.6 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 291 1288 4.43 6 5 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 127 424 3.34 3 9 **Team --- 436 1764 4.05 9 24 $$Opp --- 501 2027 4.05 14 32 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 88 Z. Ciscone WR 136 58 1078 18.59 7.93 8 10 85 W. Okobi WR 106 44 457 10.39 4.31 15 1 83 B. Slusarczyk WR 83 36 427 11.86 5.14 6 0 82 M. Nicholson WR 77 36 425 11.81 5.52 7 3 23 P. Esquivel RB 34 27 165 6.11 4.85 1 1 7 L. Reynolds TE 28 18 185 10.28 6.61 1 1 33 M. Maloney FB 17 16 82 5.13 4.82 0 2 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 142 43 1.0 0 5 15 81.6 59 L. Hamill OLB 104 41 5.5 7 0 5 75.4 99 S. Bronson ILB 88 34 1.0 0 0 2 73.9 28 L. Kinney S 61 19 0.0 0 0 4 77.0 30 B. Granados CB 60 13 0.0 0 5 24 85.7 39 A. Kelley CB 56 12 0.0 0 1 2 71.6 52 J. Krueger OLB 53 19 3.0 9 0 0 78.5 98 K. Dole DE 49 23 12.5 15 0 1 82.7 93 J. Hoffman DT 48 18 4.5 7 0 0 82.0 41 K. Kerr CB 41 20 0.0 0 2 2 78.5 75 F. Crabb DE 31 13 3.5 8 0 1 81.5 57 A. Bernhardt OLB 30 9 0.0 0 0 1 70.3 21 M. Henry S 18 3 0.0 0 0 1 72.8


Different award winners:
1st Team
Safety - Kendall Anderson

2nd Team
DE - Kelly Dole
LB - Leland Hamill
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Old 12-26-2007, 11:23 AM   #22
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2011

We rehire our OC.

Not running the Change Tracker this year.

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Front Office Football 2007 Dallas Cowboys Roster, Scout Overview Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct Ellison, Carl 3 QB QB 4 38 38 4 yrs Esquivel, Perry 23 RB RB 4 42 42 1 yr. Maloney, Marcel 33 FB FB 4 41 52 1 yr. Reynolds, Leon 7 TE TE 4 39 44 2 yrs Ciscone, Zach 88 FL FL 4 50 50 4 yrs Gillespie, Wayne 27 FL SE 4 28 28 2 yrs Clemons, Bryan 79 LT LT 4 92 92 2 yrs Malone, Vinny 65 LG LG 4 46 46 1 yr. Turnbull, Wayne 54 C C 4 38 38 2 yrs Coleman, Peter 69 RG RG 4 53 53 1 yr. McWilliams, Ike 77 RT RT 4 34 34 2 yrs Dole, Kelly 98 LDE LDE 4 59 59 4 yrs Hoffman, Jimmie 93 NT NT 4 39 39 2 yrs Malcomson, Willie 72 RDE RDE 4 33 36 2 yrs Hamill, Leland 59 SLB SLB 4 60 60 1 yr. Bronson, Shane 99 MLB SILB 4 32 32 2 yrs Gunn, Edgar 58 SLB WILB 4 24 29 2 yrs Krueger, Jonathan 52 WLB WLB 4 41 41 1 yr. Granados, Bo 30 LCB LCB 4 75 75 3 yrs Henry, Mike 21 FS RCB 4 30 32 2 yrs Anderson, Kendall 29 FS SS 4 73 73 2 yrs Kinney, Lee 28 FS FS 4 51 51 1 yr. Kearney, Tom 16 QB 4 19 42 1 yr. Ellard, Aaron 14 QB 4 22 41 1 yr. Hoffman, Cedric 20 RB 4 31 35 1 yr. Fling, Jack 37 RB 4 38 38 1 yr. Farr, Oscar 84 TE 4 32 32 1 yr. Nicholson, Mitchell 82 SE 4 24 24 2 yrs Okobi, William 85 FL 4 33 33 2 yrs Michaud, Andrew 55 C 4 34 43 2 yrs Corbett, Pat 56 C 4 33 43 2 yrs Hanks, Lionel 60 LG 4 35 41 2 yrs Gelbart, Ryan 2 P 4 52 52 2 yrs Sigman, Fernando 10 K 4 37 37 2 yrs Crabb, Fred 75 RDE 4 32 32 1 yr. Turnbull, Henry 97 LDE 4 26 31 2 yrs Medsker, Leon 74 NT 4 24 34 2 yrs Jagger, Kris 92 MLB 4 17 24 2 yrs Bernhardt, Artie 57 WLB 4 26 26 2 yrs Campbell, Lorenzo 51 WLB 4 33 33 2 yrs Lannen, Ricky 95 MLB 4 15 21 1 yr. Buchanan, Jonathan 26 LCB 4 26 26 2 yrs Kelley, Alfred 39 LCB 4 28 28 2 yrs Petkovich, Donnie 24 LCB 4 18 26 2 yrs Douglas, Frank 32 FS 4 24 33 2 yrs Andersen, Kerry 22 FS 4 26 26 1 yr. ##Holliday, Keith 13 QB 4 23 38 1 yr. ##Kelso, Kelly 38 RB 4 22 22 1 yr. ##George, Chad 89 TE 4 20 23 1 yr. ##Slusarczyk, Butch 83 FL 4 23 23 2 yrs ##Banks, Arnold 64 LT 4 33 35 2 yrs ##Chamberlain, Don 70 NT 4 18 30 2 yrs ##Kerr, Kyle 41 LCB 4 24 24 2 yrs $$ - player is suspended, ## - player is inactive, ** = player is injured, %% - player is on IR. Players Under Contract: 53 Inactive: 7 On Active Roster: 46 Salary Cap: $109,000,000 Cap Room: $50,670,000 Maximum for New Player: $51,180,000 Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $0 Cap Room Required Next Year: $50,200,000
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Old 12-26-2007, 11:48 AM   #23
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Front Office Football 2007 2011 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2011 Record 3-13 Winning Pct. .187 All-Time 14-66 Winning Pct. .175 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 8-24 Winning Pct. .250 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 26.3 20 Rushing Yards 113.2 17 Yards Per Carry 4.31 16 Pass Attempts 31.8 21 Completions 14.3 32 Completion Pct. 45.0 32 Passing Yards 146.9 32 Yards Per Attempt 4.62 32 Yards Per Catch 10.27 24 Total Yardage Gained 244.9 32 3rd Down Conversions 30.4 30 Points Per Game 10.9 32 Pass Rush Pct. 18.7 25 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 49.1 26 Turnovers 39 30 Turnover Margin -15 30 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 34.9 32 Rushing Yards 137.4 27 Yards Per Carry 3.94 7 Pass Attempts 30.4 6 Completions 19.3 19 Completion Pct. 63.2 29 Passing Yards 208.4 13 Yards Per Attempt 6.85 26 Yards Per Catch 10.82 13 Total Yardage Gained 334.8 24 3rd Down Conversions 45.0 32 Points Per Game 23.1 28 Pass Rush Pct. 26.3 31 Pass Defense Pct. 86.4 32 Turnovers 24 24 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 27 at PHI 24 2 9 MIA 22 3 12 CAR 9 5 17 ARI 21 6 17 at NYK 14 7 6 SFO 10 8 7 at STL 20 9 7 at SEA 34 10 7 WAS 10 11 14 PHI 34 12 13 BUF 26 13 12 at GBY 29 14 7 at NED 29 15 0 NYK 27 16 9 at NJY 27 17 10 at WAS 34 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 3 C. Ellison QB 483 218 2222 4.60 9 25 43.5 **Team --- 509 229 2351 4.62 10 26 44.1 $$Opp --- 487 308 3334 6.85 25 14 88.4 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 273 1198 4.39 4 7 37 J. Fling RB 93 362 3.89 2 5 Front Office Football 2007 20 C. Hoffman RB 37 164 4.43 0 1 **Team --- 420 1811 4.31 6 25 $$Opp --- 558 2199 3.94 10 30 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 88 Z. Ciscone WR 128 45 643 14.29 5.02 9 3 85 W. Okobi WR 96 42 479 11.40 4.99 5 2 27 W. Gillespie WR 84 34 461 13.56 5.49 4 3 23 P. Esquivel RB 36 27 128 4.74 3.56 1 1 82 M. Nicholson WR 63 24 279 11.63 4.43 7 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 141 39 0.0 0 5 13 82.1 59 L. Hamill OLB 89 24 2.5 2 0 4 73.2 52 J. Krueger OLB 77 36 9.0 16 1 0 79.7 99 S. Bronson ILB 76 27 0.0 0 0 9 77.2 93 J. Hoffman DT 51 26 1.5 8 0 0 81.7 98 K. Dole DE 50 16 4.0 13 0 0 82.5 30 B. Granados CB 45 12 0.0 0 2 4 74.5 39 A. Kelley CB 44 14 0.0 0 2 8 79.9 28 L. Kinney S 39 13 1.0 0 1 4 79.9 21 M. Henry S 37 12 0.0 0 0 1 73.9 58 E. Gunn OLB 28 17 0.0 0 0 1 74.8 26 J. Buchanan CB 27 9 0.0 0 1 3 78.8 72 W. Malcomson DE 26 6 4.0 11 0 1 82.1 75 F. Crabb DE 23 7 3.0 3 0 0 79.1 95 R. Lannen ILB 19 4 0.0 0 1 0 71.6 51 L. Campbell OLB 16 4 1.0 1 0 0 71.9

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Old 12-26-2007, 12:33 PM   #24
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Front Office Football 2007 2012 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2012 Record 6-10 Winning Pct. .375 All-Time 20-76 Winning Pct. .208 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 14-34 Winning Pct. .291 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 27.6 20 Rushing Yards 117.8 16 Yards Per Carry 4.27 15 Pass Attempts 30.3 26 Completions 15.8 31 Completion Pct. 52.0 30 Passing Yards 162.4 31 Yards Per Attempt 5.36 30 Yards Per Catch 10.31 25 Total Yardage Gained 266.4 29 3rd Down Conversions 29.0 31 Points Per Game 13.1 30 Pass Rush Pct. 17.8 27 Pass Defense Pct. 55.4 18 Turnovers 25 14 Turnover Margin 0 15 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 32.8 28 Rushing Yards 129.8 26 Yards Per Carry 3.96 11 Pass Attempts 32.4 14 Completions 19.5 17 Completion Pct. 60.1 22 (T) Passing Yards 222.7 22 Yards Per Attempt 6.87 25 Yards Per Catch 11.42 25 Total Yardage Gained 341.9 28 3rd Down Conversions 39.9 23 Points Per Game 18.2 10 Pass Rush Pct. 22.0 23 Pass Defense Pct. 70.3 28 Turnovers 25 17 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 10 NYK 20 2 3 at BAL 31 3 3 GBY 9 4 10 at CAR 26 5 10 at TBY 28 6 21 WAS 6 7 7 at NYK 17 8 23 NOS 10 9 14 ATL 27 10 21 at PHI 10 12 14 PIT 16 13 21 at SFO 6 14 17 at CIN 27 15 17 at WAS 44 16 9 CLE 7 17 10 PHI 7 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 14 A. Ellard QB 439 236 2416 5.50 15 14 67.9 16 T. Kearney QB 46 16 182 3.96 2 2 43.9 **Team --- 485 252 2598 5.36 17 16 65.6 $$Opp --- 519 312 3563 6.87 18 11 83.5 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 248 1197 4.83 4 5 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 159 573 3.60 2 1 **Team --- 441 1884 4.27 6 22 $$Opp --- 525 2077 3.96 11 30 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 85 W. Okobi WR 111 55 588 10.69 5.30 10 2 88 Z. Ciscone WR 110 43 799 18.58 7.26 10 11 82 M. Nicholson WR 64 34 348 10.24 5.44 3 1 27 W. Gillespie WR 70 32 359 11.22 5.13 3 1 33 M. Maloney FB 19 17 81 4.76 4.26 0 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 99 S. Bronson ILB 99 26 0.0 0 0 6 73.2 29 K. Anderson S 91 34 0.0 0 2 16 84.9 52 J. Krueger OLB 81 28 5.0 14 0 1 79.4 59 L. Hamill OLB 76 19 2.0 2 0 4 74.2 21 M. Henry S 60 22 1.0 0 1 4 75.5 28 L. Kinney S 58 25 0.0 0 2 8 79.3 30 B. Granados CB 49 17 0.0 0 1 18 82.0 93 J. Hoffman DT 48 20 0.5 14 0 1 82.0 39 A. Kelley CB 43 24 1.0 0 4 10 83.1 98 K. Dole DE 31 13 5.0 7 0 0 82.5 92 K. Jagger ILB 30 14 1.0 0 0 0 75.4 72 W. Malcomson DE 29 12 6.0 13 0 0 81.1 58 E. Gunn OLB 26 5 1.0 0 0 1 67.1 75 F. Crabb DE 18 5 0.0 3 0 0 80.9 74 L. Medsker DT 16 10 0.0 0 1 0 78.6


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Old 12-26-2007, 12:43 PM   #25
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The issue failed.

Here's the final vote tally:

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Old 12-26-2007, 05:57 PM   #26
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Front Office Football 2007 2013 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2013 Record 5-11 Winning Pct. .312 All-Time 25-87 Winning Pct. .223 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 19-45 Winning Pct. .296 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 30.6 9 (T) Rushing Yards 131.4 6 Yards Per Carry 4.29 15 Pass Attempts 29.3 28 Completions 14.7 32 Completion Pct. 50.2 32 Passing Yards 156.3 32 Yards Per Attempt 5.34 30 Yards Per Catch 10.64 20 Total Yardage Gained 271.4 31 3rd Down Conversions 32.6 26 Points Per Game 17.3 25 Pass Rush Pct. 19.5 17 Pass Defense Pct. 68.7 3 Turnovers 27 17 (T) Turnover Margin -4 20 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 30.3 23 Rushing Yards 119.8 19 Yards Per Carry 3.96 9 Pass Attempts 35.3 24 Completions 19.4 12 Completion Pct. 55.1 4 Passing Yards 203.9 9 Yards Per Attempt 5.78 1 Yards Per Catch 10.49 5 Total Yardage Gained 310.4 9 3rd Down Conversions 38.0 12 Points Per Game 21.1 18 Pass Rush Pct. 24.6 32 Pass Defense Pct. 72.0 29 Turnovers 23 23 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 21 WAS 6 2 38 SDO 16 3 6 ATL 16 4 18 DET 28 5 14 at NYK 38 6 17 at CHI 27 7 17 MIN 31 9 6 at WAS 31 10 21 at GBY 26 11 14 PHI 31 12 31 OAK 3 13 22 at SFO 3 14 14 at KCY 27 15 0 at PHI 16 16 21 at DEN 28 17 16 NYK 10 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 14 A. Ellard QB 367 188 1958 5.34 10 10 64.7 16 T. Kearney QB 99 47 543 5.48 6 4 67.8 **Team --- 468 235 2501 5.34 16 14 65.1 $$Opp --- 564 311 3262 5.78 26 11 79.3 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 319 1387 4.35 9 5 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 139 635 4.57 7 1 **Team --- 490 2103 4.29 16 32 $$Opp --- 484 1917 3.96 6 24 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 85 W. Okobi WR 106 47 566 12.04 5.34 7 2 88 Z. Ciscone WR 108 46 581 12.63 5.38 9 7 27 W. Gillespie WR 69 30 388 12.93 5.62 3 0 82 M. Nicholson WR 62 27 354 13.11 5.71 2 1 23 P. Esquivel RB 29 22 118 5.36 4.07 1 2 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 125 40 0.0 0 3 26 85.6 59 L. Hamill OLB 98 30 9.5 6 0 12 78.6 99 S. Bronson ILB 75 21 0.0 0 0 3 76.1 52 J. Krueger OLB 72 24 7.0 14 0 1 80.3 39 A. Kelley CB 60 9 0.0 0 0 9 75.9 26 J. Buchanan CB 50 15 0.0 0 1 8 80.3 93 J. Hoffman DT 49 19 4.5 10 0 1 82.0 30 B. Granados CB 47 12 0.0 0 5 23 87.9 58 E. Gunn OLB 28 9 0.0 0 0 1 64.7 28 L. Kinney S 28 21 0.5 0 1 9 82.8 21 M. Henry S 26 5 0.0 1 0 3 78.1 72 W. Malcomson DE 25 12 5.5 20 1 0 82.9 75 F. Crabb DE 21 7 1.0 1 0 0 79.7

1st Team
P - Ryan Gelbart
OLB - Leland Hamill
S - Kendall Anderson

2nd Team
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Old 12-26-2007, 06:07 PM   #27
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Center Wayne Turnbull retires! We are down to 52 men!
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Old 12-26-2007, 06:24 PM   #28
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Front Office Football 2007 2014 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2014 Record 6-10 Winning Pct. .375 All-Time 31-97 Winning Pct. .242 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 25-55 Winning Pct. .312 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 29.9 10 Rushing Yards 123.6 12 Yards Per Carry 4.14 19 Pass Attempts 31.9 21 Completions 17.6 26 Completion Pct. 55.1 28 Passing Yards 187.1 29 Yards Per Attempt 5.87 27 (T) Yards Per Catch 10.65 24 Total Yardage Gained 289.9 28 3rd Down Conversions 29.9 30 Points Per Game 13.2 30 Pass Rush Pct. 20.2 15 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 53.4 16 Turnovers 26 20 (T) Turnover Margin -9 26 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 29.1 22 (T) Rushing Yards 129.3 28 Yards Per Carry 4.44 28 Pass Attempts 30.3 7 Completions 17.0 1 Completion Pct. 56.2 5 Passing Yards 169.8 1 Yards Per Attempt 5.61 1 Yards Per Catch 9.99 1 Total Yardage Gained 290.7 2 3rd Down Conversions 32.9 4 Points Per Game 21.0 16 Pass Rush Pct. 25.0 31 Pass Defense Pct. 63.7 26 Turnovers 17 29 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 17 at PHI 0 2 3 IND 23 3 15 CHI 30 5 34 ARI 7 6 0 at NYK 24 7 16 SFO 13 8 17 at STL 3 9 13 at SEA 51 10 6 at WAS 12 11 0 PHI 31 12 16 JAX 17 13 34 at CAR 31 14 20 at TEN 14 15 0 NYK 29 16 10 at HOU 24 17 10 WAS 27 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 16 T. Kearney QB 423 237 2626 6.21 11 12 71.5 14 A. Ellard QB 87 44 367 4.22 2 2 59.8 **Team --- 510 281 2993 5.87 13 14 69.5 $$Opp --- 484 272 2716 5.61 19 10 76.8 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 297 1238 4.17 4 8 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 160 700 4.38 4 6 **Team --- 478 1978 4.14 8 29 $$Opp --- 466 2069 4.44 13 13 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 85 W. Okobi WR 107 58 621 10.71 5.80 7 2 88 Z. Ciscone WR 115 57 929 16.30 8.08 4 1 82 M. Nicholson WR 74 33 353 10.70 4.77 1 2 27 W. Gillespie WR 75 30 356 11.87 4.75 6 2 23 P. Esquivel RB 28 24 94 3.92 3.36 1 1 33 M. Maloney FB 22 20 132 6.60 6.00 0 1 7 L. Reynolds TE 33 20 230 11.50 6.97 3 1 84 O. Farr TE 30 20 187 9.35 6.23 2 2 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 143 43 0.5 0 3 17 81.7 59 L. Hamill OLB 92 29 2.5 6 0 4 76.7 99 S. Bronson ILB 70 28 0.0 0 1 4 75.8 30 B. Granados CB 53 10 0.0 0 2 9 76.8 28 L. Kinney S 53 15 1.0 0 2 4 79.2 39 A. Kelley CB 43 11 0.0 1 2 6 80.1 93 J. Hoffman DT 41 20 3.5 6 0 0 82.0 52 J. Krueger OLB 32 13 6.0 15 0 0 81.1 75 F. Crabb DE 29 12 4.5 13 0 0 82.3 98 K. Dole DE 29 16 3.5 18 0 2 82.4 92 K. Jagger ILB 24 8 0.0 0 0 2 76.5 74 L. Medsker DT 17 6 0.0 0 0 2 79.5 26 J. Buchanan CB 17 2 0.0 0 0 2 76.9

All League 2nd Team
P Ryan Gelbart
T Bryan Clemons
S Kendall Anderson
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Front Office Football 2007 2015 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2015 Record 4-11-1 Winning Pct. .281 All-Time 35-108-1 Winning Pct. .246 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 29-66-1 Winning Pct. .307 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 25.9 24 Rushing Yards 99.3 28 Yards Per Carry 3.84 30 Pass Attempts 30.9 22 (T) Completions 16.8 28 Completion Pct. 54.5 29 Passing Yards 191.0 29 Yards Per Attempt 6.19 26 Yards Per Catch 11.36 17 Total Yardage Gained 273.3 30 3rd Down Conversions 31.2 31 Points Per Game 16.9 28 Pass Rush Pct. 20.9 11 Pass Defense Pct. 58.0 9 Turnovers 19 7 (T) Turnover Margin +8 8 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 32.2 30 Rushing Yards 131.8 30 Yards Per Carry 4.09 13 Pass Attempts 32.2 11 Completions 18.9 8 Completion Pct. 58.8 12 Passing Yards 225.8 12 Yards Per Attempt 7.02 23 Yards Per Catch 11.92 26 (T) Total Yardage Gained 341.9 23 3rd Down Conversions 38.4 17 Points Per Game 22.8 22 Pass Rush Pct. 25.0 31 Pass Defense Pct. 63.5 25 Turnovers 27 10 Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 13 at NYK 33 2 21 MIA 26 3 14 at DET 31 4 14 at CAR 27 5 7 at TBY 33 6 13 at WAS 20 7 38 NYK 13 8 34 NOS 10 9 7 ATL 7 10 20 at PHI 30 12 6 BUF 35 13 14 STL 18 14 24 at NED 21 15 7 WAS 10 16 14 at NJY 41 17 24 PHI 10 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 16 T. Kearney QB 309 167 1887 6.11 13 10 73.1 14 A. Ellard QB 133 69 866 6.51 5 2 78.7 3 C. Ellison QB 43 27 270 6.28 2 2 76.6 **Team --- 494 269 3056 6.19 20 14 74.9 $$Opp --- 515 303 3613 7.02 29 13 88.6 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum Front Office Football 2007 23 P. Esquivel RB 256 1057 4.13 7 6 20 C. Hoffman RB 129 454 3.52 2 3 **Team --- 414 1588 3.84 11 14 $$Opp --- 515 2108 4.09 11 28 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 85 W. Okobi WR 104 55 649 11.80 6.24 11 1 88 Z. Ciscone WR 104 45 808 17.96 7.77 5 7 27 W. Gillespie WR 88 42 611 14.55 6.94 7 4 23 P. Esquivel RB 30 24 113 4.71 3.77 1 1 82 M. Nicholson WR 42 24 246 10.25 5.86 2 1 20 C. Hoffman RB 27 20 97 4.85 3.59 0 1 84 O. Farr TE 28 19 203 10.68 7.25 2 2 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 140 40 0.0 0 2 17 80.6 52 J. Krueger OLB 87 30 8.0 17 0 2 80.5 59 L. Hamill OLB 82 27 7.5 4 4 4 78.9 99 S. Bronson ILB 69 40 0.0 0 0 2 77.0 98 K. Dole DE 52 17 7.5 20 0 1 81.7 93 J. Hoffman DT 47 21 4.0 8 0 0 81.8 39 A. Kelley CB 45 12 0.0 0 1 13 80.3 30 B. Granados CB 44 15 0.0 0 3 17 84.5 26 J. Buchanan CB 40 14 0.0 0 1 1 77.3 28 L. Kinney S 36 20 1.5 0 2 5 80.6 75 F. Crabb DE 35 12 7.5 8 0 0 82.2 22 K. Andersen S 24 8 0.0 0 0 3 74.5 92 K. Jagger ILB 23 9 1.0 0 0 0 67.7 58 E. Gunn OLB 18 5 0.0 0 0 0 68.1 74 L. Medsker DT 17 8 2.5 0 0 0 74.3

All League 1st Team
P Ryan Gelbart (Thats three straight League awards for him, incidentally he is 98 in KP right now, 46.9 career Y/Punt)
OLB Leland Hamill
OLB Jon Krueger

2nd Team
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Old 12-26-2007, 07:09 PM   #30
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Front Office Football 2007 2016 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2016 Record 6-10 Winning Pct. .375 All-Time 41-118-1 Winning Pct. .259 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 35-76-1 Winning Pct. .316 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 28.1 13 Rushing Yards 113.0 21 Yards Per Carry 4.02 24 Pass Attempts 31.8 21 (T) Completions 17.7 26 (T) Completion Pct. 55.6 29 Passing Yards 184.7 29 Yards Per Attempt 5.81 27 Yards Per Catch 10.44 23 Total Yardage Gained 283.2 27 3rd Down Conversions 35.5 27 Points Per Game 14.8 27 Pass Rush Pct. 19.1 18 (T) Pass Defense Pct. 63.4 4 Turnovers 41 31 Turnover Margin -14 30 Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 29.8 24 Rushing Yards 146.8 32 Yards Per Carry 4.93 32 Pass Attempts 35.1 22 Completions 19.3 7 (T) Completion Pct. 54.9 2 (T) Passing Yards 193.5 3 Yards Per Attempt 5.52 1 Yards Per Catch 10.05 1 Total Yardage Gained 328.9 17 3rd Down Conversions 36.6 8 Points Per Game 22.7 23 Pass Rush Pct. 21.8 26 Pass Defense Pct. 70.0 31 Turnovers 27 11 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 21 WAS 7 2 6 at BAL 30 3 24 at TBY 27 4 7 DET 34 5 24 at NYK 17 6 3 at CHI 37 7 24 MIN 31 9 20 at WAS 17 10 3 at GBY 31 11 13 at PHI 30 12 6 PIT 22 13 14 SFO 13 14 24 at CIN 13 15 20 PHI 0 16 0 CLE 24 17 27 NYK 30 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 14 A. Ellard QB 262 143 1377 5.26 10 12 63.1 16 T. Kearney QB 247 140 1578 6.39 7 9 70.2 **Team --- 509 283 2955 5.81 17 21 66.5 $$Opp --- 561 308 3096 5.52 20 15 71.5 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 271 1093 4.03 5 6 Front Office Football 2007 20 C. Hoffman RB 149 607 4.07 2 5 **Team --- 450 1808 4.02 8 35 $$Opp --- 476 2348 4.93 14 29 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 88 Z. Ciscone WR 110 53 793 14.96 7.21 9 2 82 M. Nicholson WR 98 42 492 11.71 5.02 8 4 85 W. Okobi WR 82 42 564 13.43 6.88 7 6 23 P. Esquivel RB 42 35 134 3.83 3.19 0 0 84 O. Farr TE 35 26 297 11.42 8.49 0 2 27 W. Gillespie WR 48 25 299 11.96 6.23 5 0 83 B. Slusarczyk WR 26 16 158 9.88 6.08 1 1 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 123 41 0.0 1 3 22 85.9 99 S. Bronson ILB 84 25 1.0 1 0 3 74.7 59 L. Hamill OLB 74 20 3.5 3 0 9 77.4 52 J. Krueger OLB 72 27 13.5 9 0 4 81.2 28 L. Kinney S 66 14 1.0 0 2 7 77.0 93 J. Hoffman DT 62 13 4.0 10 0 1 82.3 39 A. Kelley CB 48 18 0.0 0 5 7 83.6 30 B. Granados CB 45 11 0.0 0 5 17 85.2 92 K. Jagger ILB 43 7 0.0 0 0 1 72.0 26 J. Buchanan CB 34 20 0.0 0 0 1 75.9 98 K. Dole DE 31 14 3.0 17 0 0 81.1 72 W. Malcomson DE 29 15 2.5 20 0 0 80.4 22 K. Andersen S 22 4 0.0 0 0 3 77.0

All 1st Team
OLB Jon Krueger

All 2nd Team
S Kendall Anderson

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Old 12-26-2007, 07:10 PM   #31
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Worth noting that Safety Kendall Anderson is the League's All time leading tackler
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Old 12-26-2007, 07:11 PM   #32
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DEs Malcomson and Crabb retire, I need to move a DT over.

Also, CB Buchanan retires.

This might be the final season
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Old 12-26-2007, 07:22 PM   #33
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Instead of moving a DT since I am at minimum DL anyway, I switch mentor OLB Lorenzo Campbell to RDE. He is 4/8.
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Old 12-26-2007, 07:40 PM   #34
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We'll call this one "The Wasted Season"

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Front Office Football 2007 2017 Summary for Dallas Cowboys Year 2017 Record 0-16 Winning Pct. .000 All-Time 41-134-1 Winning Pct. .235 Playoffs 0-0 Playoff Visits 0 Bowl Wins 0 Head Coach Gino Clements Record 35-92-1 Winning Pct. .277 Off. Coord. J. Everson Def. Coord. B. Rose Dallas Cowboys Team Rank Rushes per Game 24.8 23 Rushing Yards 98.4 28 Yards Per Carry 3.96 23 Pass Attempts 29.2 25 (T) Completions 14.0 32 Completion Pct. 48.0 32 Passing Yards 145.6 32 Yards Per Attempt 4.99 32 Yards Per Catch 10.40 29 Total Yardage Gained 222.4 32 3rd Down Conversions 27.1 31 Points Per Game 10.4 32 Pass Rush Pct. 16.9 28 Pass Defense Pct. 32.2 32 Turnovers 31 27 (T) Turnover Margin -14 29 (T) Opponents Team Rank Rushes per Game 36.8 32 Rushing Yards 148.6 32 Yards Per Carry 4.04 10 Pass Attempts 28.9 3 Completions 19.3 11 Completion Pct. 66.5 31 (T) Passing Yards 214.9 5 Yards Per Attempt 7.43 28 Yards Per Catch 11.17 12 (T) Total Yardage Gained 354.3 30 3rd Down Conversions 44.9 31 Points Per Game 28.1 32 Pass Rush Pct. 26.4 31 Pass Defense Pct. 81.3 32 Turnovers 17 28 (T) Week Team Versus Oppnt 1 10 at PHI 27 2 24 SDO 34 3 15 TBY 23 5 7 ARI 31 6 10 at NYK 36 7 10 SFO 24 8 17 at STL 19 9 7 at SEA 27 10 6 WAS 19 11 3 PHI 34 12 7 OAK 20 13 10 at MIN 20 14 0 at KCY 30 15 13 NYK 34 16 3 at DEN 30 17 24 at WAS 41 Passing Pos Att Comp Yards Y/Att TD Int Rate 16 T. Kearney QB 370 182 1975 5.34 6 9 60.5 14 A. Ellard QB 92 39 346 3.76 4 2 58.5 **Team --- 467 224 2329 4.99 10 12 59.3 $$Opp --- 463 308 3439 7.43 31 4 107.2 Rushing Pos Att Yards Y/Att TD Fum 23 P. Esquivel RB 250 1054 4.22 3 5 Front Office Football 2007 37 J. Fling RB 102 349 3.42 3 2 **Team --- 397 1574 3.96 6 33 $$Opp --- 589 2377 4.04 14 22 Receiving Pos Targ Catch Yards Y/Ctc Y/Tar Drop TD 85 W. Okobi WR 118 53 598 11.28 5.07 11 4 27 W. Gillespie WR 92 46 499 10.85 5.42 1 0 88 Z. Ciscone WR 95 39 475 12.18 5.00 10 5 82 M. Nicholson WR 65 24 237 9.88 3.65 10 0 Defense Pos Tack Asst Sack Hurr Ints Defn PDPct 29 K. Anderson S 138 52 0.0 1 1 9 77.8 59 L. Hamill OLB 93 28 4.0 1 0 4 71.0 99 S. Bronson ILB 90 37 0.0 0 0 1 72.6 28 L. Kinney S 75 24 0.0 0 1 7 75.0 52 J. Krueger OLB 73 34 9.0 12 0 2 80.8 93 J. Hoffman DT 65 26 1.0 10 0 0 81.3 98 K. Dole DE 58 28 3.5 9 0 0 81.0 30 B. Granados CB 57 17 0.0 0 0 10 74.2 39 A. Kelley CB 51 8 1.0 0 2 5 76.5 24 D. Petkovich CB 39 14 0.0 0 0 1 75.9 51 L. Campbell DE 27 14 2.5 9 0 1 82.2 58 E. Gunn OLB 23 7 0.0 0 0 0 77.1 92 K. Jagger ILB 20 14 0.0 0 0 2 74.6 74 L. Medsker DT 19 8 1.0 1 0 2 83.0

HB Perry Esquivel is now 1st all time in rushing attempts, rushing yards, and 100 yards rushing.


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Old 12-26-2007, 07:44 PM   #35
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6 people retire leaving me with 42 players.

The challenge for me, is over. I need a minimum of 44.

Your score is the sum of:
100 x Cumulative (career-long) winning percentage, rounded down
Your total number of games won + your number of ties, rounded down
2 points for each time your team won its conference
2 points for each time your team won the championship

My score:
100 x .235 = 23
Wins total = 41

My score: 64
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Old 12-26-2007, 09:31 PM   #36
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For fun, I immediately change all of my settings to let the CPU handle everything. I want to see if I have any HOFers (I am guessing I do)


2020
The Cheyenne Cowboys begin play in their new city

2025
It's been now 8 seasons, and no HOF inductions. Label me surprised and disappointed.
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Old 12-28-2007, 10:02 AM   #37
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Man your pass defense was pretty amazing for a few seasons there...
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Old 12-28-2007, 01:14 PM   #38
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Yea, Subby, maybe you noticed in the GEFL but having good pass defense is a top priority of mine. One year here we were 1st in 3 pass D categories. CB Granados, S Anderson and S Kinney were a great threesome.



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