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September 20, 2013

DeMarcus Ware 1.5 sacks from becoming Cowboys all-time leader; wants to learn about Harvey Martin

Defensive end DeMarcus Ware is 1.5 sacks from surpassing the late Harvey Martin as the Cowboys all-time leading sacker.

Ware has 113 heading into Sunday's game against the Rams. Martin ended his career with 114.

Ware said he dosen't know much about Martin but plans to learn more about the legendary Cowboys pass rusher who was the co-MVP of Super Bowl XII.
"I’m not a big historian, but when you have an opportunity to break someone’s record, it’s always a blessing. So you need to know the reason why you’re doing it, and you need to know about that person," Ware said. "I need to make sure I learn about him."
Ware said the record will mean a lot because of the long list of pass rushers in Cowboys history. But he still is searching for the thing that really sets those before him apart _ a Super Bowl title.
"You know with the tradition the Cowboys have had, the pass rushers they’ve had, Ed 'Too Tall' Jones, Randy White, Charles Haley, Harvey Martin, you can keep going," Ware said. "Being part of that tradition, being able to get your name with those guys, that’s what it’s about when you talk about playing with the Dallas Cowboys. There is always one more thing you need to add to that, and that’s winning a championship. That’s what we’re trying to do this year."
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SO the Fourh Quarter MIA wants to know about Harvey?? Well here is what you need to know:

1. You are and will never be as good as him.
2. He did not rip teammates in the media and he never ripped his QB.
3. He actually helped give his QB a lead to work with late in a game
4. he showed up late in games and especially in December and January
5. When he was losing by 20 points he did not make a play too late in the game and then flex for the tv camrea.

Demarcus Ware = OVERRATED!

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