Dallas Cowboys defensive end David Irving is the worst cornerback in NFL history.
He’s one of just six active players in the league to not have a single season with at least 1,000 tackles.
I don’t know what it is about this city.
There are some people who like to say that Dallas is the city that loves nothing more than a good fight, but I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.
Dallas is a city where, when you’re walking down the street and someone throws a punch at you, you have a right to defend yourself.
I have never seen a person that’s been on the receiving end of that punch throw the kind of punch that David Irving did to my face in 2016.
If I was on the other side of that, I wouldn’t have been able to get my arm around him.
And the fact that I was able to do that, and not get punched in the face, is just crazy.
I know I’m not the only person who feels that way.
Irving, who had a career-high seven sacks in 2016, was the Cowboys’ starting defensive end that year, but was eventually released and replaced by Brandon Carr.
In 2018, Irving was the starting defensive tackle for the Oakland Raiders, and he’s currently the Dallas Cowboys’ third-string defensive tackle.
He’ll be entering his seventh season in the NFL.
Irving is only 23, but his career numbers speak for themselves.
He has 10 sacks in his career, and just two in his last four seasons.
In 2019, Irving played the first three games of the season for the Cowboys and recorded a career high six tackles, but he was released after a week and then again the following week.
It’s been a roller coaster of a career for Irving.
In 2017, Irving had three interceptions and a forced fumble.
In 2016, he had two interceptions and four sacks.
Irving’s career stats: 2013-2014: 1,903 tackles, 5.0 sacks, 15.0 TFL, 14 INTs, 8 PBU, 0 forced fumbles.
2014-2015: 5,099 tackles, 2.5 sacks, 13.5 TFL (with 1 INT), 7 INTs (with 3 INTs), 1 PBU.
2015-2016: 3,066 tackles, 1.5 passes defended, 8 INTs.
2016-2017: 8,065 tackles, 7.5 interceptions, 16 INTs and 3.5 PBU (with 4 INTs).
In 2016, Irving missed the playoffs.
In the playoffs, Irving became the youngest player to record two consecutive sacks in a single postseason game.
He finished with two sacks and four QB hurries in the Cowboys 30-17 victory over the Atlanta Falcons in the NFC Championship Game.
He also recorded two sacks in the playoff loss to the New England Patriots.
In 2015, Irving won the Defensive Player of the Year Award, but only after being named the NFL’s Defensive Player for the third consecutive season.
In his fourth season, Irving led the NFL in sacks.
He led the league with 21.5 tackles for loss.
In 2015, he also played in all 16 games in the playoffs and was named to the Pro Bowl.
Irving also recorded one interception in that game and also led the team with eight tackles for a loss.
Irving missed all of 2016 with an injury.
The Cowboys made the playoffs in his final season with the team.
Irving has recorded eight interceptions and was one of only three players in NFL History to have at least seven picks in a season.
Irving was selected to his fifth Pro Bowl, but the Cowboys were eliminated in the first round.
The 2016 season also saw Irving suffer a season-ending injury.
He suffered a torn Achilles tendon in his right knee that he injured in the preseason against the Baltimore Ravens in 2016 and missed the final seven games of that season.
The Dallas Cowboys won the 2016 NFC Championship with a record of 27-6.
According to ESPN Stats & Info, Irving is ranked second on the all-time list with 1,847 career sacks, behind only Joe Montana (1,891).
On Sunday, the Cowboys will host the Seattle Seahawks in the regular season finale.
Dallas defeated the Seahawks 31-24 in Super Bowl LI.
Here are some other players who have had great seasons and should be on the list of NFL greats: Tom Brady, New England (1st, 1,631) Brett Favre, Green Bay (1-1) Antonio Brown, Pittsburgh (1) Eddie George, Baltimore (2,039) Joe Montana, Montana (2) Bruce Smith, Denver (1.0) Tom Golic, Detroit (2.0 ) Mark Emmitt, Minnesota (1), John Madden, Indianapolis (1)-The list goes on and on.