Dallas Cowboys

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Dallas Cowboys:

Dallas Cowboys Best In The League By: Salik Singleton

The Year The Cowboys Was Started:

The Year The Cowboys Was Started The Cowboys was started In 1960. On September 24th the Cowboys host the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Cotton Bowl in their first official game.

Cowboys History :

Cowboys History the record for most Super Bowl appearances (8) with the Pittsburgh Steelers , corresponding to most NFC championships (8). [3] The Cowboys are the only NFL team to record 20 consecutive winning seasons (1966–1985), in which they only missed the playoffs twice (1974 and 1984), an NFL record that remains unbroken and unchallenged.

Hall Of Famers:

Hall Of Famers Bob Lilly Class of 1980 (DT 1961–74) Roger Staubach Class of 1985 (QB 1969–79) Tom Landry Class of 1990 (Head Coach 1960–88) Tex Schramm Class of 1991 (Pres/GM 1960–89) Tony Dorsett Class of 1994 (RB 1977–87) Randy White Class of 1994 (DT 1975–88) Mel Renfro Class of 1996 (S/CB 1964–77) Troy Aikman Class of 2006 (QB 1989–2000) Rayfield Wright Class of 2006 (OT 1967–1979 ) Michael Irvin Class of 2007 (WR 1988–1999) Bob Hayes Class of 2009 (WR 1965–1975) Emmitt Smith Class of 2010 (RB 1990–2002)

Super Bowl Appearance :

Super Bowl Appearance The Cowboys won Super Bowl VI , XII , XXVII , XXVIII and XXX . They also played in and lost Super Bowl V , X , and XIII .

Where They Play :

Where They Play The team plays its home games at Cowboys Stadium in Arlington, Texas , a suburb of Fort Worth which finished construction in time for the 2009 season .






Rivals The Redskins and Dallas Cowboys enjoy what has been called by Sports Illustrated the top NFL rivalry of all time and "one of the greatest in sports.

Rivals (continued):

Rivals (continued) Among the more notable moments in the rivalry was the Giants' defeat of Dallas in the 2007 playoffs en route to their victory in Super Bowl XLII and winning the first regular season game played at Cowboys Stadium in 2009. Dallas currently leads the all-time series 56–39–2.

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