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Old     (bigdtx)      Join Date: Feb 2005       01-10-2010, 4:39 PM Reply   
First off I like Dallas next week against the Vikings - no matter where the game would be played but I want to give some props to Brett Favre.

The Cowboys last Superbowl was in 1995 when they beat the Steelers. One of the best games I've ever seen though was the NFC championship game that year when Dallas beat Green Bay at Texas Stadium. After the game Mike Holmgren personally came to the Cowboy locker room to congratulate Troy Aikman, telling him: "You were great - as usual".

Brett Favre was the Green Bay quarterback that day.

Dallas had the following on their roster:
Troy Aikman
Michael Irvin
Emmit Smith
Bill Bates
Jason Garrett (now the Cowboy offensive coordinator)
Daryl Johnston
Nate Newton
Deion Sanders
Larry Allen
Jay Novaceck
Russell Maryland
Charles Haley
Wade Wilson

The Packers had on their roster:
Edgar Bennett
Gilbert Brown
Mark Chmura
LeRoy Butler
Ty Detmer
Antonio Freeman
Keith Jackson
Dorsey Levens
Jim McMahon (can you believe it?)
Fred Strickland
Reggie White

After that trip down memory lane, it is amazing that Farve is not only still playing, but arguably has had his best season ever. That dude should go into the HOF the day he retires.


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