Photo Trivia: Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Decade Team, 1960s

Pro Football Hall of Fame, at Canton, Ohio, Un...

A Dallas player not named Bob Lilly made the Hall of Fame’s all-decade team for the 1960s.

The Dallas Cowboys had four solid seasons to close out the 1960s. However, the team did not have the star power that franchises such as Green Bay and Baltimore (Colts) had.

Only two players who played for the Cowboys during the 1960s appeared on the Pro Football Hall of Fame All-Decade team. One of those players was defensive tackle Bob Lilly.

Who was the other?

One hint: the player isn’t even in the Ring of Honor.

Second hint: complete the puzzle below:

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Article by Matt Cordon

Blogging impatiently about the Cowboys since 2006. Being a fan since 1977 hasn't required quite as much patience.
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  • http://tinyurl.com/CowboyBooksBlog fgoodwin

    Tackle Ralph Neely!

  • dodger71

    Yep. We seldom hear Neely’s name brought up in ROH discussions, but he is the only Dallas player on the first-team all-decade team but not in the ROH.

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