American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- Staubach, Roger Thomas Born 1942. American football player. As quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys (1969-1979), he led the National Football League in passing five times and guided his team to two Super Bowl victories.
“Wait just a cotton-pickin’ minute: Staubach is exactly the QB I think of – facial hair or not.”
“The Staubach was the largest of these falls; and the stream which produced it could now be traced for many miles as it came dancing along in its shining path down among the ravines of the mountains.”
“Ranger players, especially veterans, weren't surprised that Daniels couldn't find a deal" the idea of Staubach at least partially owning the team excited him.”
“Scramblers, or move quarterbacks, such as Staubach, Montana, Elway and Favre, have won 12 times.”
“There were images of Swiss peasants with all sorts of burdens on their backs, and models of Swiss cottages, and needle boxes, and pin cases, and match boxes, and nut crackers, and groups of hunters on the rocks, or of goats or chamois climbing, and rulers ornamented with cameo-like carvings of wreaths and flowers, and with the word "Staubach" cut in ornamental letters.”
“So as much as we celebrate the game's current players and the rivalry's heroes—names like Joe Bellino, Doc Blanchard, Glenn Davis and Roger Staubach—we should also recognize the courage and toughness of those in uniform in the stands.”
“John Ware is a Vietnam veteran, as is civic leader Roger Staubach, along with scores of our top corporate CEOs.”
“Naval Academy, where he played center for Roger Staubach on the Navy Football Team, and was a navy Seal.”
“Say this about Staubach, you know he's got a good arm.”
“•Presenter: Roger Staubach, former Cowboys quarterback and Hayes 'teammate.”
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