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[post_page_title]Michael Irvin[/post_page_title]
Irvin was nicknamed “The Playmaker,” due to his tendency to perform well in big moments throughout his career. He was one of the main offensive contributors in the Cowboys’ three Super Bowl victories in the 1990’s. Irvin became a model of consistency from the 1991 season onward, as he strung together five consecutive (and seven of eight) 1,000 yard seasons. His consistency was further exemplified during the 1995 campaign, when he set a new single-season record with 11 100-yard games.

Michael Irvin

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