The five best Dallas Cowboys offensive linemen of all time, ranked: Larry Allen reigns; who is after him?
Editor's note: SportsDay is beginning a series that attempts to figure out the best Dallas Cowboys players at each position. Today we examine offensive linemen.The Dallas Cowboys' organization is one of great success and has an illustrious history. There have been some big names that have worn jerseys for America's Team.Out of all of the offensive linemen in franchise history, who...
14 days ago
The Cowboys have had their share of draft hits and misses over their history. Here is a look at some of the best and worst draft picks on the offensive line. The best Rayfield Wright, Fort Valley State When: 1967, seventh round (No. 182 overall)Wright's career as an offensive lineman landed him in the Hall of Fame. It's an honor that would have been impossible to predict from his...
April 01, 2016
If you don’t remember former Dallas Cowboys great Larry Allen, allow me to refresh your memory. One of the most dominant offensive lineman of his day, the 6-foot-3, 325-pound NFL
The fourth installment of our continuing series was a big one. These men were larger than life when they played, but by the end of the polling, your votes settled the debate over who is the best offensive lineman of all time. In a battle of Hall of Famers, Larry Allen bested Anthony Munoz by getting 67 percent of the vote. Allen, the No. 7 seed, beat Randall McDaniel, Forrest Gregg...
Come Sunday the Dallas Cowboys will look to improve to 2-1 after they play the St. Louis Rams. the biggest key to the game will not be Tony Romo, Demarcus Murray, or Dez Bryant. No, it will be the men in the trenches, the hogs, the big boys, the fat kids--better known as the offensive line.Being big guys (by big we're talking about a population that considers anything under 300 pounds...
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