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Old 01-10-2008, 04:02 PM   #1
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Front Office Football 2007 Team History for the Dallas Cowboys Year Coach Record Playoffs Top Passer 2017 T. Riley 2-14 None K. McGregor (2875) 2016 T. Riley 3-13 None K. McGregor (2741) 2015 T. Riley 4-12 None K. McGregor (3387) 2014 T. Riley 3-13 None K. McGregor (3119) 2013 T. Riley 3-13 None K. McGregor (3315) 2012 T. Riley 4-12 None K. McGregor (2197) 2011 T. Riley 5-11 None K. McGregor (3200) 2010 T. Riley 5-11 None K. McGregor (2350) 2009 T. Riley 5-11 None K. McGregor (2575) 2008 D. Cooper 1-15 None K. McGregor (2422) Year Top Rusher Top Receiver Top Tackler 2017 B. McMillian (693) J. Reeves (1361) L. Kinney (109) 2016 B. McMillian (818) J. Reeves (1747) L. Kinney (130) 2015 B. McMillian (891) J. Reeves (1782) L. Kinney (132) 2014 B. McMillian (845) J. Reeves (1608) L. Kinney (119) 2013 B. McMillian (826) J. Reeves (1320) L. Kinney (115) 2012 B. McMillian (1140) J. Reeves (1299) E. Haslett (102) 2011 B. McMillian (1236) J. Reeves (1591) L. Kinney (143) 2010 B. McMillian (1024) J. Reeves (1320) L. Kinney (134) 2009 B. McMillian (1410) J. Reeves (1010) L. Kinney (113) 2008 B. McMillian (744) J. Reeves (927) T. Houston (97)
Well, we were consistant at least. I never got the QB play or defense I need get over the hump. In our defense though, 2009-2013 saw a LOT of 7 point or less losses, so we were right there some years. McG's avoid rush probably put us in a hole in a lot of those games. On the whole though, I did a bad job of identifing draft picks. I've learned a lot after reading through other write-ups, so hopefully I'll get better there.

Total score:
.28 winning percent = 28
35 wins = 35
0 conference champs = 0
0 bowl wins = 0
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63 points

Yeah, thats going to be in the running for last place I think.

The one guy out of all of this that I think I scored on when nobody seems to have pick up on his potential was DT Darrell Brody. He was a pass rushing rookie free agent that I picked up after the draft. I immediately switched him to DE for those great pass rushing bars, brought his weight down over 3 seasons, and he proceeded to rack up 73 sacks, 131 hurries, and 68 knockdowns. He had double digit sacks 3 seasons, and 7+ 6 seasons. Did anyone else use him this way?
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Old 01-10-2008, 10:43 PM   #2
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I guess, I kind of did. But I left him at DT, thinking I actually had solid pass rushing ends. I ran the 3-4 for 9 of my 10 years before switching to the 4-3.

And I didn't quite think he was ready to start either at the beginnig, but that thinking changed midway during the second year.

As a NT/LDT he had 260 tackles, 121 assists, 36.5 Sacks, 122 Hurries and 57 QB Knockdowns. All that in 135 Starts, 2950 RunPlays and 4221 PassPlays.

Never had more than 7 Sacks a year, but three years with 12+ QBKds. Also had 5 years with 15 or more hurries (including one with 21).
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