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Animated Trivia: Dallas Cowboys vs. Los Angeles Rams

Continuing my summer of fun with animated GIFs…

Here is an animation showing Randy White tackling a member of the Los Angeles Rams. Questions appear below the image.

Questions:

(1) During which season did this game take place?

(2) The Cowboys and Rams had quite a history in playoff games during the 1970s and 1980s. What was significant about this game?

(3) For fans of the L.A. Rams: Who was the quarterback in this animation, and what happened to him after this season?

(4) What did Tony Dorsett accomplish in this game?

Photo Trivia: Randy White at Maryland

In 2014, the Dallas Cowboys must replace a team legend by finding someone to fill DeMarcus Ware’s role. Ware was, of course, the team’s best defensive player for nine seasons.

In 1975, the Cowboys faced a somewhat similar problem, having to replace defensive tackle Bob Lilly, who had retired. Dallas had the second overall pick in the draft and selected Randy White of Maryland.

White accomplished a few things in Dallas, earning Super Bowl MVP honors and becoming a member of the Hall of Fame.

Here’s a trivia question, answered in the photo puzzle below: what number did White wear at Maryland?

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Here’s another picture of White before he joined the Cowboys. He is playing with the College All-Stars against the Pittsburgh Steelers. I took a moment to hide the first number.

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Most Obscure Players of 1987: All of the Replacement Players

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I was going to review the list of replacement players from the 1987 season to decide whether one of them might be the Most Obscure Player for 1987.

But then I thought, aw hell, they’re the most obscure players in the history of the team. We can’t exclude any of them.

A few of the replacement players, along with Randy White (#54, seated).

A few of the replacement players, along with Randy White (#54, seated).

So here are the 35 Cowboys-for-three-games-or-so who are our Most Obscure Players of 1987:

RB David Adams (Arizona)
RB Alvin Blount (Maryland)
TE Rich Borreson (Northwestern)
Dave Burnette (Central Arkansas)
Sal Cesario (Cal. Poly-SLO)
DT Steve Cisowski (Santa Clara)
DB Anthony Coleman (Baylor)
WR Vince Courville (Rice)
LB Chris Duliban (Texas)
DT Mike Dwyer (Massachusetts)
LB Harry Flaherty (Holy Cross)
CB Alex Green (Indiana)
Tommy Haynes (Southern California)
TE Tim Hendrix (Tennessee)
CB Bill Hill (Rutgers)
DT Walter Johnson (Pittsburgh)
LB Dale Jones (Tennesee State)
RB E.J. Jones (Kansas)
George Lilja (Michigan)
DB Bruce Livingston (Arkansas Tech)
DE Ray Perkins (Virginia)
Buzz Sawyer (Baylor)
WR Chuck Scott (Vanderbilt)
Joe Shearin (Texas)
OL Joe Shields (Portland State)
LB Victor Simmons (Central State-Ohio)
QB Loren Snyder (Northern Colorado)
WR Sebron Spivey (Southern Illinois)
LB Russ Swan (Virginia)
LB Kirk Timmer (Montana State)
OL Gary Walker (Boston University)
DE Randy Watts (Catawba)
C Gary Westberry (Hampton)
FB Gerald White (Michigan)
Mike Zentic (Oklahoma State)

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Nobody remembers the replacement players’ wins over the Jets or Eagles. However, plenty still remember the team’s lost to the Redskins on Monday Night Football. Here’s a summary of the debacle.

 

 

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