Sunday, July 21, 2013

The Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl Drought - Jerry Jones and Anthony Wright

The Dallas Cowboys are approaching the two decade mark in their Super Bowl drought. There are many reasons why this is so. Behind them all is the General Manager, Jerry Jones. One specific reason to point to in their Worst Decade in History is quarterback Anthony Wright.

By Ryan Bush

Anthony Wright, shown here in a game against Oakland, started six games for the Cowboys after Troy Aikman's career-ending injury in December of 2000. Wright never topped the 200-yard mark in passing, a big reason he left the Cowboys with a 1-5 mark as a starter. His 9-yard performance against the Titans to end the 2000 season will forever be remembered as one of the most uninspiring outings in the history of America's Team.

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