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Old 07-10-2005, 10:54 AM   #1
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FOF2K4: Dallas Cowboys - A Legacy Renewed (Again)!

{SPECIAL THANKS TO GRID IRON FOR THE LOOK OF THIS DYNASTY}



The Beginning

With years of frustration having fermented deep in his soul, Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones finally decided to sell the team. The once proud franchise had toiled in mediocrity for nine years, ever since their last Super Bowl appearance. It was 1995 and Barry Switzer, the former guru of the Oklahoma Sooners, had taken over a team that was built for winning the big game. Almost the exact same team had won Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII in impressive fashion. The team Switzer inherited would eventually win Super Bowl XXX, beating their AFC rivals the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17. But that win came with a price. Switzer started a long line of sad and pathetic head coaches hired by Jerry Jones. The team went 10-6 in 1996 under Switzer and then fell to 6-10. Switzer was shown the door but the door just kept swinging....Gailey...Campo...Parcells. None of these coaches, including the great Parcells, could break the cycle of losing that had been placed on this team. And the personnel that these coaches were given was even more wretched. So, after years of hearing the cries from the fans that he knew nothing about running a football team (unless you count running them into the ground), a new era is about to begin. This is the story of Justin Shipman, the man that would restore the legacy to a once proud franchise.

God created the earth in 6 days.....

And On The Seventh Day God Said, "Let There Be Football" And It Was Good.

Later That Day God Said, "Let There Be One Team To Rule The Others, To Set The Standard For Excellence."

And With That He Plucked A Star From The Heavens And Placed It On A Helmet Of Silver And Blue.


God Said, Let Them Be Called....The Dallas Cowboys!!

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2004 Season Preview

For years now, the Dallas Cowboys have suffered losing season after losing season. As the sun was about to set on this once proud franchise, a new owner appeared on the horizon and he brought with him a plan to turn years of mediocrity into something fans could again cheer for. The man that made his millions buying and renovating rundown buildings and then selling them for ungodly amounts of money has no intention of doing that with this team. "I hope to bring a new philosophy to this organization," said new owner/GM Justin Shipman. "They have been run into the ground by an owner that didn't change along with the game. I hope to take my experiences in the real estate business and apply it to the rebuilding of this team." Upon arriving in Dallas earlier this week, Mr. Shipman set down with the coaching staff and evaluated every player on the current roster. A list of young players on other teams was compiled and Shipman made a lot of roster moves, including releasing veterans and trading away picks for cheap, good young players already signed to long-term contracts. The following is a breakdown of the players that Dallas will start the season with and a few notes on each position.

Opening Day Roster

Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Testaverde, Vinny 16 QB QB 17 52 54 3 yrs
Romo, Tony 9 QB 2 9 41 1 yr.
Henson, Drew 7 QB 1 8 34 3 yrs

The Cowboys added veteran QB Vinny Testaverde in the off-season in hopes to jumpstart a sputtering offense. Testaverde threw for 1385 yards to go along with 7 TDs and just 2 INTs, appearing in seven games as a backup for the New York Jets in 2003. The team also added QB Drew Henson, who gave up baseball to pursue football. Henson and QB Tony Romo look to be mediocre backups but will have to hold down the fort until a franchise QB can be brought in if Testaverde decides to retire at seasons end.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Jones, Julius 21 RB RB 1 46 62 4 yrs
Lee, ReShard 32 RB 1 23 36 2 yrs
Herndon, Donny 49 RB 1 32 51 1 yr.
Barnes, Darian 36 FB 5 37 57 1 yr.
Kreider, Dan 23 FB FB 5 54 63 4 yrs


RB Eddie George was released by the Tennessee Titans after rushing for 1,031 yards in 2003. The Cowboys quickly jumped on the aging veteran to bring some stability to a backfield that hasn't been productive since RB Emmitt Smith left for the desert in Arizona. But Mr. Shipman after taking over didn't feel that George was worthy to run out of his backfield, so he promptly released him. They also drafted Notre Dame RB Julius Jones, a move that was questioned when they decided to pass on RB Stephen Jackson. Jones looks to be a workhorse and should florish in new headcoach Randall Groh's system. FB Ritchie Anderson was another guy brought in by former management and as you will see is the theme with older veterans, he was traded to Buffalo for a draft pick. Shipman then targeted Pittsburgh's big FB Dan Kreider. Kreider is a excellent run blocker and good pass catcher. He is signed through 2007 and at a cheap cost.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Glenn, Terry 83 FL FL 9 53 62 4 yrs
Sok, Riddick 80 FL 1 19 45 1 yr.
Loftus, Winston 87 FL 1 18 42 1 yr.
Morgan, Quincy 81 SE SE 4 53 64 1 yr.
##Alicea, Marlon 88 SE 1 12 40 1 yr.
Witten, Jason 82 TE TE 2 47 74 3 yrs
Fair, Andy 85 TE 1 16 45 1 yr.
Sobin, Quentin 89 TE 1 16 48 1 yr.

The Cowboys have a couple good WR's in Terry Glenn and Quincy Morgan. Though neither one is great and are probably better #2 and #3 receivers on most teams, they will be expected to do the job of #1 and #2 receivers. The rest of the wide receiver core was release, the biggest name being WR Keyshawn Johnson, whom was too big of a menace to his teammates. TE Jason Witten has received only praises from the Front Office and his teammates. Dallas officials believe that he will become the best TE in the league, possibly with one more season under his belt. The kid caught 35 passes for 347 yards in 2003 but only visited the endzone one time. If Dallas can land a QB in the near future, this guy will be the reincarnation of TE Jay Novacek. Undrafted rookies were brought in to round out the other three WR spots and two TE spots. Kids look good if they can reach their potential...we will see.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Johnson, Al 62 C 2 22 35 3 yrs
Grove, Jake 57 C C 1 40 80 4 yrs
Gurode, Andre 65 RG LG 3 56 69 5 yrs
Smiley, Justin 67 RG RG 1 36 82 3 yrs
Sawyer, J.J. 66 RG 1 19 40 1 yr.
Adams, Flozell 76 LT LT 7 48 58 4 yrs
Vollers, Kurt 78 LT 3 32 50 1 yr.
Rogers, Jacob 79 RT RT 1 38 73 4 yrs

The Cowboys began the reshaping of the offensive line by releasing the only holdover from the last Super Bowl...G Larry Allen. The team also parted ways with some 2nd and 3rd year guys that just hadn't panned out. Shipman was quick to add C Jake Grove from Oakland & G Justin Smiley from San Francisco. If the young guys can develop quickly, this offensive line will be a solid unit for years to come, as all are signed to long-term contracts.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Ellis, Ernest 6 P 1 39 63 1 yr.
Sutton, Billy 19 K 1 25 55 1 yr.

The kicking game was in sad shape. P Mat McBriar and K Billy Cundiff were both released. The team brought in untested and undrafted rookie free agents P Ernest Ellis and K Billy Sutton. Shipman has made it clear that unlike Jerry Jones, who never spent much for kickers and punters, Mr. Shipman believes that the kicking game is the backbone of the team and rest assured that he will find some talent for these positions.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Wiley, Marcellus 75 LDE LDE 8 56 61 4 yrs
Ellis, Greg 98 RDE RDE 7 67 76 6 yrs
Abrams, Irving 94 RDE 1 21 35 1 yr.
Conley, Billy 74 RDE 1 15 37 1 yr.
##Ballard, Karl 72 LDT 1 20 44 1 yr.
Glover, La'Roi 97 RDT LDT 9 74 79 3 yrs
Tubbs, Marcus 73 RDT RDT 1 43 73 4 yrs
Summers, Jeffrey 71 RDT 1 17 44 1 yr.
Cosgrove, Damon 96 RDT 1 15 43 1 yr.

The Cowboys are BIG on the defensive line…..REALLY BIG! They have four dominating linemen after adding DT Marcus Tubbs via a trade that sent a future #1 pick to Seattle. DE Marcellus Wiley was signed away from San Diego in the offseason to help bolster a line that already features longtime Cowboy DE Greg Ellis and last years free agent pickup DT La’Roi Glover. This might just be the best front four ever assembled.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Nguyen, Dat 59 MLB MLB 6 70 71 4 yrs
Watson, Courtney 92 MLB 1 38 76 4 yrs
##Chapman, Desmond 53 MLB 1 19 45 1 yr.
##Hartman, Ted 99 MLB 1 20 47 1 yr.
Sanborn, Brady 95 SLB 1 8 37 1 yr.
Coakley, Dexter 52 WLB SLB 8 62 62 3 yrs
James, Bradie 56 WLB WLB 2 26 56 2 yrs
Helming, Mario 50 WLB 1 14 33 1 yr.

LBs Dat Nguyen and Dexter Coakley are consistent contributors to this defense. Nguyen has surpassed the 100+ tackle mark in two out of his last three seasons. Although Coakley has only had over 100 tackles once during his career, he has been consistently in the 85-95 range. He also has a knack for interception passes, having picked off ten during his career and returned four of those for TDs. After those two, the Cowboys were really lacking any depth, so Shipman added LB Courtney Watson from New Orleans for two 2nd round picks. Bradie James looks to become a good backup down the road, possibly even a starter.


Player # Pos Start Exp Current Estimate Future Estimate Cntrct
Newman, Terence 41 LCB LCB 2 58 87 6 yrs
Feeley, Corwin 34 LCB 1 12 41 1 yr.
Springer, Bubba 40 LCB 1 12 43 1 yr.
##Berry, Andrew 33 LCB 1 15 38 1 yr.
Carroll, Ahmad 42 RCB RCB 1 30 63 5 yrs
Woodson, Darren 28 SS SS 13 81 81 3 yrs
Dixon, Tony 24 FS 4 31 55 1 yr.
##Scott, Lynn 38 FS 4 26 48 1 yr.
Williams, Roy 31 FS FS 3 51 73 3 yrs
##Andersen, Donnie 48 FS 1 17 49 1 yr.

This team has prided itself in the building of its secondary of the last few years. They started off by drafting FS Roy Williams from Oklahoma to play alongside and learn from SS Darren Woodson. Then they managed to land CB Terence Newman from Kansas State. And just when you thought that their one weakness was at RCB, Shipman arrives and acquires CB Ahmad Carroll from Green Bay. When the young guys reach their potential, they will have a pretty dominating secondary. Woodson is getting older and the possibility of retirement always looms but Woodson has made it clear he wants to play in the big game one last time.

Salary Cap Status

Salary Cap: $80,600,000
Cap Room:$330,000
Maximum for New Player: $21,200,000
Cap Room Lost (to old contracts): $9,040,000

Cap Room Lost Next Year (to old contracts): $19,830,000
Cap Room Required Next Year: $71,920,000


2004 Schedule

Week 1 @ Minnesota Vikings
Week 2 Cleveland Browns
Week 3 @ Washington Redskins
Week 4 OPEN
Week 5 New York Giants
Week 6 Pittsburgh Steelers
Week 7 @ Green Bay Packers
Week 8 Detroit Lions
Week 9 @ Cincinnati Bengals
Week 10 Philadelphia Eagles
Week 11 @ Baltimore Ravens
Week 12 Chicago Bears
Week 13 @ Seattle Seahawks
Week 14 New Orleans Saints
Week 15 @ Philadelphia Eagles
Week 16 Washington Redskins
Week 17 @ New York Giants
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Exhibition Games

Week 2
Cowboys (0-1)24
Texans (1-0)27


Week 3
Cowboys (0-2)24
Raiders (2-0)31


Week 4
Titans (1-2)22
Cowboys (1-2)27


Week 5
Chiefs (3-1)17
Cowboys (2-2)27
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Old 07-10-2005, 03:45 PM   #4
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I like the look of this. I'll be reading. Good luck.
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Vikes Sink Cowboys

Minnesota surprises late, win 20-17


Week 1
Cowboys (0-1)17
Vikings (1-0)20

Minneapolis, MN (AP) -- The Minnesota Vikings played host to the Dallas Cowboys today at the Metrodome in Minneapolis but the outcome was a little different than the Cowboys had intended. The Vikings talked smack all week long that the Cowboys offseason roster moves couldn't improve the team that much and that they were a team of destiny. They thought the Cowboys were just a roadbump on their way to the Super Bowl. Dallas showed up ready to play, backed by the play of 40-year old QB Vinny Testaverde (324 yards, 2 TDs, 0 INTs).

Lead by QB Daunte Culpepper, the Vikings took the opening possession and moved the ball at will on the Cowboys defense. But with the Vikings facing a 1st down and 10 from the DAL38, Culpepper would go for it all and SRoy Williams would pickoff the pass at the DAL02 to end the scoring threat. After Dallas went three and out, the Vikings got the ball back and Culpepper drove them into FG range where K Morten Andersen would give them a 3-0 lead with a 51-yd FG. After Dallas picked up a couple consecutive penalties, including an UNSPORTSMANLIKE CONDUCT penalty, the faced a 3rd down and 26. Testaverde would find rookie WR Winston Loftus (3 rec., 62 yds) for a 35-yd catch and a 1st down. Testaverde's next pass would sail over the head of Minnesota CB Antoine Winfield and into the hands of WR Terry Glenn (7 rec., 154 yds, 2 TDs) for a 56-yd TD strike. Dallas' defense would clamp down and the Vikings would be shut out the rest of the half. The Cowboys would put together an impressive drive that included a 24-yd run from rookie RB Julius Jones (21 car., 87 yds) to setup K Billy Sutton's 41-yd FG to give Dallas a 10-7 halftime advantage.

During halftime, Dallas headcoach Randall Groh had this to say,"I basically told the guys that we had them on their heals and that if the defense continued to play like they did in that 2nd quarter, we were going to win this game." Dallas' offensive attack looked to be off to a great start to begin the 2nd half and after it looked like they had taken a 17-3 lead on a Jones 40-yd run, a flag flew and it was called back for OFFENSIVE HOLDING. The Cowboys responded on their next possession with Testaverde capping the drive with an 11-yd TD to Glenn. The defense responded in a big way, holding Minnesota to three possessions in the 3rd quarter. Two resulted in punts with the offense only moving the ball a total of 7-yds and the other lead to a 49-yd FG from Andersen. "At that point we knew that they couldn't continue to hang with us. The defense had just stopped them on three straight possessions and you could tell that they were demoralized," Testaverde commented.

Minnesota would allow the Cowboys to only get possession of the ball twice in the 4th quarter and neither time could the 'Boys do anything. Andersen missed a FG with 8:36 remaining, that would have pulled the Vikings to within 17-6. Both teams traded punts for much of the 4th until Minnesota got the ball with 2:31 left in the game. After the Cowboys went into their prevent defense, Culpepper managed to get something going with a 60-yd, 7 play drive that resulted in a 24-yd TD pass to WR Marcus Robinson. The Cowboys knew that an onside kick was on the way but LB Dexter Coakley, a force on the hands team, had just been taken to the locker room with a groin injury. Andersen's kick sailed right into the hands of LB E.J. Hendersona, keeping the Vikings hopes alive. Culpepper found a seem on first down and rumbled for 12-yds to the DAL48. FB Jim Kleinsasser then grabbed a big reception for 18-yds, taking Minnesota down to the DAL30. After Culpepper spiked the ball to stop the clock, they faced a 2nd and 10 from the DAL30 with :33 left in the game. "At this point we had them on their heels, they had no idea what was coming," said Culpepper after the game. What came, was a 30-yd TD pass to Robinson and a two point conversion from Culpepper to WR Horace West, making the score 20-17 Minnesota. Dallas got one last chance but there just wasn't enough time left to get into FG range. "It is a frustrating day all around. We did an excellent job through 3 1/2 quarters of play, only to lose by giving up two TDs in a little over two minutes...just goes to show that you must play all 4 quarters if you expect to win," GM Justin Shipman commented in his postgame news conference. Dallas now travels to the Dog Pound to play the Cleveland Browns.

Injuiries
LB Dexter Coakley - Pulled Groin (Questionable, 3 Weeks)
RG Andre Gurode - Pulled Quadriceps Muscle (Probable, 1 Week)
LG Justin Smiley - Deep Thigh Bruise (Probable, 2 Weeks)
RG J.J. Sawyer - Strained Quadriceps Muscle (Probable, 3 Weeks)
DE Marcellus Wiley - Strained Quadriceps Muscle (Probable, 3 Weeks)


Box Score

Attendance: 62,700 (64,100).


Weather: 68 degrees, fair.

1Q: 06:56 MIN - Morten Andersen 51 field goal.
1Q: 05:16 DAL - Terry Glenn 56 pass from Vinny Testaverde.
1Q: 05:16 DAL - Billy Sutton extra point.
2Q: 14:48 DAL - Billy Sutton 41 field goal.
3Q: 07:20 DAL - Terry Glenn 11 pass from Vinny Testaverde.
3Q: 07:20 DAL - Billy Sutton extra point.
3Q: 00:56 MIN - Morten Andersen 49 field goal.
4Q: 01:20 MIN - Marcus Robinson 24 pass from Daunte Culpepper.
4Q: 01:20 MIN - Michael Bennett run for conversion failed.
4Q: 00:21 MIN - Marcus Robinson 30 pass from Daunte Culpepper.
4Q: 00:21 MIN - Daunte Culpepper pass to Horace West for conversion

Game MVP: MIN 11 Daunte Culpepper

Dallas 7 3 7 0 - 17
Minnesota 3 0 3 14 - 20

Team Statistics DAL MIN

First Downs 21 17

Total Rushes 25 20
Rushing Yards 106 76
Yards Per Carry 4.2 3.8
Pass Attempts 33 34
Completions 19 18
Passing Yards 324 272
Yards Per Attempt 9.8 8.0
Sacked 3 4
Yards Lost 27 26
Interceptions 0 1
Fumbles/Lost 2/1 1/0

Total Plays 61 58
Total Yards 403 322
Yards Per Play 6.6 5.5

3rd Down Plays 5/14 2/11
Avg. YTG on 3rd 12.0 12.0
4th Down Plays 0/0 0/0

Penalties 12 9
Penalty Yards 98 65

Avg. Drive Start OWN 30 OWN 28
Time Of Possession 31:15 28:45

Dallas Individual Statistics

Rushing Att Yards Avg Long TD
21 Jones 21 87 4.1 24 0
16 Testaverde 2 14 7.0 10 0
83 Glenn 1 4 4.0 4 0
36 Barnes 1 1 1.0 1 0

Passing Att Comp Yards Yd/Att Long TD Int Sckd
16 Testaverde 33 19 324 9.8 56 2 0 3

Receiving Catch Yards Avg YAC Long TD
83 Glenn 7 154 22.0 31 56 2
82 Witten 4 49 12.2 16 17 0
81 Morgan 3 48 16.0 3 17 0
87 Loftus 3 62 20.6 2 35 0
23 Kreider 2 11 5.5 10 8 0

Punt Returns Att Yards Avg TD
41 Newman 3 43 14.3 0

Kick Returns Att Yards Avg TD
81 Morgan 1 27 27.0 0
87 Loftus 1 22 22.0 0

Punting Punts Yards Avg Long In20
6 Ellis 6 254 42.3 56 3

Kicking FG FGA Long PAT Att
19 Sutton 1 2 41 2 2

Defense Tackle Assist Sack Int IntYds IntTD
59 Nguyen 7 2 0.0 0 0 0
52 Coakley 5 2 1.0 0 0 0
41 Newman 5 2 0.0 0 0 0
42 Carroll 5 1 0.0 0 0 0
98 Ellis 4 1 1.0 0 0 0
31 Williams 4 1 0.0 1 0 0
73 Tubbs 3 1 1.0 0 0 0
28 Woodson 3 1 0.0 0 0 0
97 Glover 2 0 1.0 0 0 0
92 Watson 1 2 0.0 0 0 0
81 Morgan 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
56 James 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
57 Grove 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
40 Springer 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
89 Sobin 1 0 0.0 0 0 0

Miscellaneous Fumb FForc Recov MiscTD KeyRBlk SckAlwd
67 Smiley 0 0 0 0 2 2
76 Adams 0 0 0 0 0 1
23 Kreider 0 0 1 0 0 0
81 Morgan 1 0 0 0 0 0
82 Witten 0 0 0 0 1 0
21 Jones 1 0 0 0 0 0
79 Rogers 0 0 0 0 1 0
92 Watson 0 1 0 0 0 0

Minnesota Individual Statistics

Rushing Att Yards Avg Long TD
23 Bennett 12 27 2.2 5 0
11 Culpepper 4 33 8.2 12 0
32 Smith 4 16 4.0 11 0

Passing Att Comp Yards Yd/Att Long TD Int Sckd
11 Culpepper 34 18 272 8.0 53 2 1 4

Receiving Catch Yards Avg YAC Long TD
40 Kleinsasser 8 99 12.3 38 20 0
87 Robinson 4 121 30.2 6 53 2
84 Moss 3 21 7.0 9 12 0
23 Bennett 1 12 12.0 3 12 0
45 Fiore 1 10 10.0 0 10 0
80 West 1 9 9.0 3 9 0

Punt Returns Att Yards Avg TD
84 Moss 1 -3 -3.0 0

Kick Returns Att Yards Avg TD
26 Winfield 3 81 27.0 0
87 Robinson 1 18 18.0 0

Punting Punts Yards Avg Long In20
2 Bennett 6 263 43.8 53 2

Kicking FG FGA Long PAT Att
7 Andersen 2 3 51 0 0

Defense Tackle Assist Sack Int IntYds IntTD
55 Claiborne 9 3 0.5 0 0 0
54 Thomas 7 0 0.0 0 0 0
58 Davis 4 2 0.0 0 0 0
99 Hovan 4 0 0.0 0 0 0
95 Udeze 3 1 0.5 0 0 0
21 Chavous 3 2 0.0 0 0 0
26 Winfield 3 2 0.0 0 0 0
24 Offord 2 2 0.0 0 0 0
29 Williams 2 2 0.0 0 0 0
27 Russell 2 1 0.0 0 0 0
79 Mixon 2 0 0.0 0 0 0
80 West 2 0 0.0 0 0 0
51 Johnstone 1 1 1.5 0 0 0
96 Czarniecki 1 0 0.5 0 0 0
40 Kleinsasser 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
23 Bennett 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
74 McKinnie 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
59 Nattiel 1 0 0.0 0 0 0
42 Bock 1 0 0.0 0 0 0

Miscellaneous Fumb FForc Recov MiscTD KeyRBlk SckAlwd
73 Goldberg 0 0 0 0 0 1
74 McKinnie 0 0 0 0 0 2
76 Liwienski 0 0 0 0 3 0
78 Birk 0 0 0 0 0 1
26 Winfield 0 1 0 0 0 0
58 Davis 0 0 1 0 0 0
54 Thomas 0 1 0 0 0 0
45 Fiore 1 0 0 0 0 0
80 West 0 0 1 0 0 0

Dallas Drive Chart
Quar Began Poss From Plays Yards Result
1 12:16 2:03 OWN 2 3 9 Punt
1 6:56 1:40 OWN 20 5 80 Touchdown
1 2:28 2:40 OWN 29 6 47 Field Goal
2 13:12 3:06 OWN 29 6 48 Fumble
2 8:23 1:34 OWN 37 4 22 Punt
2 2:24 2:24 OWN 29 6 6 Punt
3 15:00 3:08 OWN 20 6 30 Punt
3 10:44 3:24 OPP 47 7 47 Touchdown
3 5:12 1:34 OWN 45 4 18 Punt
3 0:56 2:07 OWN 37 3 -10 Punt
4 8:36 6:05 OWN 41 11 26 Missed FG
4 0:21 0:21 OWN 27 1 7 Game

Minnesota Drive Chart
Quar Began Poss From Plays Yards Result
1 15:00 2:44 OWN 29 4 33 Interception
1 10:13 3:17 OWN 46 6 20 Field Goal
1 5:16 2:48 OWN 36 3 -4 Punt
2 14:48 1:36 OWN 36 3 1 Punt
2 10:06 1:43 OWN 23 3 -10 Punt
2 6:49 4:25 OWN 2 8 36 Punt
3 11:52 1:08 OWN 6 3 5 Punt
3 7:20 2:08 OWN 25 3 2 Punt
3 3:38 2:42 OWN 20 5 48 Field Goal
4 13:49 5:13 OWN 35 9 31 Missed FG
4 2:31 1:11 OWN 40 7 60 Touchdown
4 1:12 0:51 OWN 40 5 60 Touchdown

Dallas Red Zone Profile
Visits TDs FGs
2 1 0

Minnesota Red Zone Profile
Visits TDs FGs
0 0 0

Dallas Rushing Breakdown

Direction Rush Yards Ave
Left 5 24 4.8
Middle 16 47 2.9
Right 4 35 8.7
None 0 0 0.0

Run Blocking KeyBlks BlkOpps RunPlays
67 Smiley 2 3 25
79 Rogers 1 2 25
82 Witten 1 2 23
76 Adams 0 6 25
57 Grove 0 4 25
66 Sawyer 0 4 25
23 Kreider 0 2 19
89 Sobin 0 0 2
36 Barnes 0 0 1
85 Fair 0 0 1

Dallas Passing Breakdown

Distance Pass Comp Yards Ave
Screen 2 2 14 7.0
Short (0-8 Yds) 3 1 3 1.0
Medium (9-18 Yds) 18 12 171 9.5
Long (19+ Yds) 10 4 136 13.6

Passing Attempt Comp BdThrw Dropd Defnsd Blockd Hurried Intrcpt
16 Testaverde 33 19 1 6 4 0 3 0

Receiving Target Caught Dropd Yards PassPlay
83 Glenn 12 7 3 154 36
81 Morgan 10 3 2 48 33
82 Witten 5 4 0 49 30
87 Loftus 3 3 0 62 15
23 Kreider 2 2 0 11 29
36 Barnes 1 0 1 0 3

Pass Block SckAlwd PassPlay
76 Adams 1 36
57 Grove 0 36
67 Smiley 2 36
79 Rogers 0 36
66 Sawyer 0 36
23 Kreider 0 29
36 Barnes 0 3

Pass Rush Sacks PsBlks Hurries PassPlay
98 Ellis 1.0 0 3 38
97 Glover 1.0 0 2 38
73 Tubbs 1.0 0 0 38
52 Coakley 1.0 0 0 29
75 Wiley 0.0 0 1 38
92 Watson 0.0 0 1 38
28 Woodson 0.0 0 0 38
31 Williams 0.0 0 0 38
41 Newman 0.0 0 0 38
42 Carroll 0.0 0 0 38
59 Nguyen 0.0 0 0 37
40 Springer 0.0 0 0 9
34 Feeley 0.0 0 0 1

Pass Defense Caught Defnsd Intrcpt PassPlay
59 Nguyen 6 0 0 37
42 Carroll 3 1 0 38
52 Coakley 3 1 0 29
31 Williams 2 1 1 38
41 Newman 2 0 0 38
28 Woodson 1 0 0 38
92 Watson 1 0 0 38
97 Glover 0 0 0 38
75 Wiley 0 0 0 38
98 Ellis 0 0 0 38
73 Tubbs 0 0 0 38
40 Springer 0 0 0 9
34 Feeley 0 0 0 1

Defense Tackles Assists RunPlay PassPlay
59 Nguyen 7 2 20 37
41 Newman 5 2 20 38
52 Coakley 5 2 16 29
42 Carroll 5 1 20 38
98 Ellis 4 1 20 38
31 Williams 4 1 20 38
28 Woodson 3 1 20 38
73 Tubbs 3 1 20 38
97 Glover 2 0 20 38
92 Watson 1 2 20 38
40 Springer 1 0 4 9
56 James 1 0 0 0
75 Wiley 0 0 20 38
34 Feeley 0 0 0 1

Minnesota Rushing Breakdown

Direction Rush Yards Ave
Left 3 8 2.6
Middle 13 56 4.3
Right 4 12 3.0
None 0 0 0.0

Run Blocking KeyBlks BlkOpps RunPlays
76 Liwienski 3 7 19
74 McKinnie 0 3 20
78 Birk 0 2 20
37 Duffy 0 2 12
71 Dixon 0 1 19
40 Kleinsasser 0 1 19
75 Rosenthal 0 0 18
85 Wiggins 0 0 4
45 Fiore 0 0 4
65 Dorsey 0 0 2
46 Loeffler 0 0 1
73 Goldberg 0 0 1

Minnesota Passing Breakdown

Distance Pass Comp Yards Ave
Screen 4 2 10 2.5
Short (0-8 Yds) 10 6 47 4.7
Medium (9-18 Yds) 12 7 108 9.0
Long (19+ Yds) 7 3 107 15.2

Passing Attempt Comp BdThrw Dropd Defnsd Blockd Hurried Intrcpt
11 Culpepper 34 18 2 2 3 0 7 1

Receiving Target Caught Dropd Yards PassPlay
40 Kleinsasser 12 8 1 99 33
84 Moss 9 3 1 21 37
87 Robinson 4 4 0 121 18
23 Bennett 3 1 0 12 28
80 West 3 1 0 9 26
81 Burleson 1 0 0 0 12
45 Fiore 1 1 0 10 7

Pass Block SckAlwd PassPlay
78 Birk 1 38
74 McKinnie 2 38
75 Rosenthal 0 35
76 Liwienski 0 32
71 Dixon 0 30
37 Duffy 0 17
46 Loeffler 0 8
45 Fiore 0 7
73 Goldberg 1 6
65 Dorsey 0 3

Pass Rush Sacks PsBlks Hurries PassPlay
51 Johnstone 1.5 0 2 23
95 Udeze 0.5 0 0 36
55 Claiborne 0.5 0 0 34
96 Czarniecki 0.5 0 0 8
99 Hovan 0.0 0 1 36
21 Chavous 0.0 0 0 36
26 Winfield 0.0 0 0 36
29 Williams 0.0 0 0 34
27 Russell 0.0 0 0 29
58 Davis 0.0 0 0 29
93 Williams 0.0 0 0 28
54 Thomas 0.0 0 0 16
42 Bock 0.0 0 0 15
24 Offord 0.0 0 0 14
79 Mixon 0.0 0 0 13
59 Nattiel 0.0 0 0 7
52 Newman 0.0 0 0 2

Pass Defense Caught Defnsd Intrcpt PassPlay
26 Winfield 4 0 0 36
55 Claiborne 3 2 0 34
29 Williams 3 0 0 34
58 Davis 3 0 0 29
27 Russell 2 0 0 29
54 Thomas 2 0 0 16
21 Chavous 1 2 0 36
42 Bock 1 0 0 15
99 Hovan 0 0 0 36
95 Udeze 0 0 0 36
93 Williams 0 0 0 28
51 Johnstone 0 0 0 23
24 Offord 0 0 0 14
79 Mixon 0 0 0 13
96 Czarniecki 0 0 0 8
59 Nattiel 0 0 0 7
52 Newman 0 0 0 2

Defense Tackles Assists RunPlay PassPlay
55 Claiborne 9 3 22 34
54 Thomas 7 0 13 16
58 Davis 4 2 23 29
99 Hovan 4 0 25 36
21 Chavous 3 2 25 36
26 Winfield 3 2 25 36
95 Udeze 3 1 25 36
29 Williams 2 2 22 34
24 Offord 2 2 12 14
27 Russell 2 1 15 29
79 Mixon 2 0 21 13
51 Johnstone 1 1 4 23
42 Bock 1 0 11 15
59 Nattiel 1 0 4 7
96 Czarniecki 1 0 2 8
93 Williams 0 0 23 28
52 Newman 0 0 3 2
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God created the earth in 6 days.....

And On The Seventh Day God Said, "Let There Be Football" And It Was Good.

Later That Day God Said, "Let There Be One Team To Rule The Others, To Set The Standard For Excellence."

And With That He Plucked A Star From The Heavens And Placed It On A Helmet Of Silver And Blue.


God Said, Let Them Be Called....The Dallas Cowboys!!


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