In what has become an annual tradition at StarStruck, here is this years "Best and Worst List" for the 2007 Cowboys Regular Season. Enjoy and let us know what you think, and what some of your best and worst moments were.
StarStruck 2007 Cowboys Best & Worst Awards
Best Win: Green Bay – Cowboys win the clash of the NFC’s best.
Worst Loss: Washington – Possibly the worst loss in franchise history in what was supposed to be a tune-up for the playoffs.
Most Exciting Win: Buffalo – Cowboys win 25-24 as the game clock expires.
Best Play: Nick Folk – Kicks the game winner as time expires in 25-24 win over Buffalo.
Biggest Surprise: Greg Ellis – Who could have predicted that he would explode for 12 sacks and 3 forced fumbles?
Most Underrated Player: Bradie James – Turns in another stellar season and led the team in tackles once again.
Most Overrated Player: Tank Johnson – He never provided the big boost on defense we were looking for.
Best Rookie: Nick Folk – Sixth round pick outplays all rookies by far and established himself as a top kicker.
Best Sophomore: Tony Curtis – The exciting wide receiver showed his big play potential in limited play with three big touchdowns.
Biggest Disappointment: Bobby Carpenter – Top draft pick continues to disappoint in all aspects of his game.
Best Acquisition: Leonard Davis – Improved an already potent offensive line with his explosive blocks.
Best Moment: Michael Irvin inducted into the Pro Football Hall Of Fame. His inspiring speech made even grown men cry.
Funniest Moment: Tony Romo imitating the referee when he called an offsides on the Eagles during a Sunday Night Football telecast.
Rising Star: (Tied) Chris Canty & Jay Ratliff – The future of our defense is in good hands with Ware and these two future stars.
Fading Star: Julius Jones – Turned in his worst season ever as a Cowboy with career lows in TD’s, yardage, YPC, and carries.
Best Leader: Roy Williams – He is still among the most respected guys in the clubhouse, and his recent announcement that he is switching uniform numbers to remind him of the new NFL rules, further shows his team-first mentality.
Best Clutch Player: Jason Witten – Always knows where the first down marker is and saves many an incomplete pass.
Watch Out For: Marion Barber – The barbarian will devour the competition once he becomes the everyday starting running back.
Toughest Injury: Andre Gurode – When the big center is out of the game, it makes Romo less effective and very erratic.
Best Offensive Player: Tony Romo – He has already surpassed all of Troy Aikman’s single season marks in 2007.
Best Defensive Player: DeMarcus Ware – Is on the verge of becoming the best defensive player in the NFC.
Best Special Teams Player: Keith Davis – Our best special teams player for the second year in a row.
Team MVP: Terrell Owens – Nobody else can impact a game like T.O. can. He is a presence that cannot be ignored and is the team’s top playmaker.