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    *** Ofishul 2022 Dallas Cowboys - America's Team - Season Thread ***

    Have they done anything yet to make themselves better? Will they be able to advance beyond the wildcard round this year? Will they even make the wildcard round?

    I don't see the NFC East being any tougher than it has been, but who knows?

    I'm underwhelmed by the draft.

    1 - Tyler Smith OT Tulsa
    2 - Sam Williams EDGE Ole Miss
    3 - Jalen Toldbert WR South Alabama
    4 - Jake Ferguson TE Wisconsin
    5a - Matt Waletzko OT North Dakota
    5b - DaRond Bland CB Fresno State
    5c - Damone Clark LB LSU
    5d - John Ridgeway DT Arkansas
    6 - Delvin Harper LB Oklahoma State
    Live Free or Die!

    #2
    I've never heard of half of these guys and the ones I do know are way past their prime.

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      #3
      Originally posted by Garbage Poster View Post
      I've never heard of half of these guys and the ones I do know are way past their prime.
      This guy here is dead.

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        #4
        Jerry still drafting those character problem players in which other teams wouldn't touch at all.

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          #5
          Originally posted by RockFlagandEagle View Post

          This guy here is dead.
          Cross him off then.

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            #6


            Here's the schedule. at home two weeks in a row to start the season, end the season with two road games. A 2nd short week toward the end of the season with an Amazon Prime game. Bye week right in the middle of the season.

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              #7
              Back half of that schedule looks pretty good. Basically only Green Bay, Philly and Tennessee as the only playoff teams after week 6. If Dallas starts something like 3-3 they should be set up for 11 or 12 wins.

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                #8
                8-8-1

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                  #9
                  If Dallas was as good as they think they are, that schedule should be good for 12 wins or more. Unfortunately, they can’t be trusted and they WILL fuck it up. Lucky for them they play in the worst division in NFL.

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                    #10
                    A Sunday night game in mid-October and an afternoon game on Christmas Eve? Yes please.

                    fuck dallass

                    Fly Eagles Fly!!!

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                      #11
                      Remember last year when Dallas fans were all in a tizzy? Yeah, me too - it was awesome.

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                        #12
                        Originally posted by FtwTxSooner View Post


                        Here's the schedule. at home two weeks in a row to start the season, end the season with two road games. A 2nd short week toward the end of the season with an Amazon Prime game. Bye week right in the middle of the season.
                        Its going to be weird not having Aikman and Buck call multiple games. Looks like they get one.
                        Live Free or Die!

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                          #13
                          Games vs the Super Bowl winner, Super Bowl loser, and the previous Super Bowl winner.
                          Live Free or Die!

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                            #14
                            Originally posted by RockFlagandEagle View Post

                            This guy here is dead.
                            Probably be buried in the depth chart then.

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                              #15
                              Marion Barber found dead. Sounds like a possible suicide.


                              Marion Barber III, the former Dallas Cowboys running back who is fourth in franchise history with 47 rushing touchdowns, has died, the team said Wednesday. He was 38.

                              Barber played a final season with Chicago in 2011 after spending his first six years with the Cowboys. He had issues with mental health after his career.

                              Police in the Dallas suburb of Frisco said Wednesday they made a welfare check at an apartment “believed to be leased” by Barber and were investigating an unattended death there.

                              The Cowboys, who have their headquarters in Frisco, said they were “heartbroken by the tragic death of Marion Barber III.”

                              “Marion was an old-school, hard-nosed football player who ran with the will to win every down,” the team said. “He had a passion for the game and love for his coaches and teammates.”

                              Barber's father, Marion Barber Jr., played seven seasons with the New York Jets in the 1980s.

                              The younger Barber was third on Dallas' career list for rushing touchdowns before getting passed in 2021 by two-time NFL rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott. Barber finished with 53 overall and never had fewer than four in any of his seven seasons, even though he never had a 1,000-yard rushing season.

                              The former Minnesota player, a fourth-round draft pick by Dallas in 2005, had 24 touchdowns in 2006-07 despite starting just one game those two seasons. Barber's career high was 14 TDs in 2006, when he rushed for just 654 yards.

                              Barber had a career-high 975 yards rushing and 10 TDs in 2007, when he made his only Pro Bowl. His role and production declined from there, and he had careers lows in carries, yards and touchdowns in his final year in Dallas in 2010.

                              Three years after his career ended, Barber was detained and taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation. Police in Mansfield, another Dallas suburb, said it wasn't clear what led to the calls that prompted their response.

                              Barber and his father both played for the Golden Gophers, and the younger Barber is second on the school's career list with 35 rushing touchdowns.

                              Barber and Laurence Maroney, a first-round pick by New England in 2006, were the first pair of NCAA backs to produce two 1,000-yard seasons in consecutive years on the same team. They did it in 2003-04.

                              Barber's younger brothers, Dom Barber and Thomas Barber, also played for the Gophers. Dom Barber spent four years as a defensive back with the Houston Texans.
                              The Dallas Cowboys say former running back Marion Barber III has died
                              Live Free or Die!

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                                #16
                                Originally posted by Stinger_1066 View Post
                                Marion Barber found dead. Sounds like a possible suicide.


                                Marion Barber III, the former Dallas Cowboys running back who is fourth in franchise history with 47 rushing touchdowns, has died, the team said Wednesday. He was 38.

                                Barber played a final season with Chicago in 2011 after spending his first six years with the Cowboys. He had issues with mental health after his career.

                                Police in the Dallas suburb of Frisco said Wednesday they made a welfare check at an apartment “believed to be leased” by Barber and were investigating an unattended death there.

                                The Cowboys, who have their headquarters in Frisco, said they were “heartbroken by the tragic death of Marion Barber III.”

                                “Marion was an old-school, hard-nosed football player who ran with the will to win every down,” the team said. “He had a passion for the game and love for his coaches and teammates.”

                                Barber's father, Marion Barber Jr., played seven seasons with the New York Jets in the 1980s.

                                The younger Barber was third on Dallas' career list for rushing touchdowns before getting passed in 2021 by two-time NFL rushing champion Ezekiel Elliott. Barber finished with 53 overall and never had fewer than four in any of his seven seasons, even though he never had a 1,000-yard rushing season.

                                The former Minnesota player, a fourth-round draft pick by Dallas in 2005, had 24 touchdowns in 2006-07 despite starting just one game those two seasons. Barber's career high was 14 TDs in 2006, when he rushed for just 654 yards.

                                Barber had a career-high 975 yards rushing and 10 TDs in 2007, when he made his only Pro Bowl. His role and production declined from there, and he had careers lows in carries, yards and touchdowns in his final year in Dallas in 2010.

                                Three years after his career ended, Barber was detained and taken to a hospital for a mental health evaluation. Police in Mansfield, another Dallas suburb, said it wasn't clear what led to the calls that prompted their response.

                                Barber and his father both played for the Golden Gophers, and the younger Barber is second on the school's career list with 35 rushing touchdowns.

                                Barber and Laurence Maroney, a first-round pick by New England in 2006, were the first pair of NCAA backs to produce two 1,000-yard seasons in consecutive years on the same team. They did it in 2003-04.

                                Barber's younger brothers, Dom Barber and Thomas Barber, also played for the Gophers. Dom Barber spent four years as a defensive back with the Houston Texans.
                                Sad. Seemed like a really good dude. RIP.

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                                  #17
                                  Back when Barber played it wasn't yet a forgone conclusion that dallass would never win a super bowl again.

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