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Edwards did enough to help bring another Super Bowl to Dallas.
The Cowboys won their third Super Bowl of the '90s and once again they had Charles Haley, who was considered a defensive end. Without Haley at linebacker, they became just the second team to win a Super Bowl without one.
Darrin Smith, Dixon Edwards and Robert Jones were decent players and good athletes, but not great linebackers. Certainly they were better than any combination of Jamar Chaney, Moise Fokou, Brian Rolle, Akeem Jordan and Casey Matthews.
Interestingly enough, like the Redskins before them, the Cowboys had a punishing running game. Like San Francisco one year prior, they had great safeties in Woodson and Marion. It seems like it helps to have one of these positions covered.