The Cowboys 1999 Draft: The Beginning Of An Era


Published: April 2, 2009


... clinging to hopes that they could put together one more Superbowl run before closing the book on a Dynasty.

Offensively, the "triplets" were all in their thirties, but were still effective. The line still consisted of pro bowlers Larry Allen and Erik Williams, center Mark Stepnoski, and Flozell Adams who was entering his second season.

The Defense still had some big names of its own. The Cowboys defensive backfield of Deion Sanders, Kevin Smith, Darren Woodson, and George Teague was as good as any in football. Dallas also had solid linebackers in Randall Godfrey and Dexter Coakley.

Although they were aging, The Dallas Cowboys were still just a few pieces away from making a push at one last Superbowl before its core group of players' time had come and gone.

Due to free agent losses such as Alvin Harper and Jay Novachek the team's passing game was in dire need of another receiving threat to go along with Michael Irvin.

Unfortunately, the 1999 draft c...

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