Who owns the Dallas Cowboys?
How many Super Bowls have the Dallas Cowboys won?
Who is the mascot for the Dallas Cowboys?
Rowdy; a rodeo cowboy
What are the Dallas Cowboys team colors?
Blue, Navy Blue, White, Silver, Silver Blue
Who designed the Dallas Cowboys logo?
Unknown: The logo has remained nearly unchanged since the team was formed in 1960.
Fun Facts about Dallas Cowboys Stadium
What is the Dallas Cowboys stadium called?
How many seats are in Dallas Cowboys stadium?
What is the address of Dallas Cowboys stadium?
900 East Randol Mill Road
Arlington, TX 76011
When was Dallas Cowboys stadium built?
History of the Dallas Cowboys
Where did Dallas Cowboys get their name and why are they called it?
The Dallas Cowboys were originally knows as the Steers, however this only lasted a few weeks. They changed their name to the Rangers, however this was also the name of the baseball team in Dallas at the time, so the name was finally changed to the Cowboys to avoid the confusion of having two teams in the same city with the same name.
What players from the Dallas Cowboys are in the Football Hall Of Fame?
1980 (Year of Induction)
What numbers have been retired by Dallas Cowboys?
Top 5 Players of All Time for the Dallas Cowboys
1. Emmitt Smith – Running Back
Emmitt Smith began his NFL career when he was chosen during the first round of the 1990 draft. He became a Dallas Cowboy in 1990 and played with the team until 2002. He went on to play for the Arizona Cardinals for two years, retiring from the sport in 2004. During this time, Smith set NFL records for career rushing yards, career rushing touchdowns and the NFL record for 100+ yards rushing games. He was an eight-time Pro Bowler, a four-time First-Team All-Pro selection, a three-time Super Bowl champion, the 1990 NFL Offensive Rookie of the year, a Super Bowl MVP. His awards include the Bert Bell Award, the Galloping Gobbler Award (five times) and SEC Player of the Year.
226 Games Played
219 Games Started
4409 Rushing Attempts
19355 Rushing Yards
164 Rushing Touchdowns
3224 Receiving Yards
11 Receiving Touchdowns
2. Troy Aikman – Quarterback
Troy Aikman was a sought after athlete as a young man. The New York Mets attempted to sign Aikman to a contract straight out of high school. He decided, however, to pursue football, and went on to play college football. In 1989, upon graduating, Troy Aikman was the first overall pick in the NFL Draft. The Dallas Cowboys made Aikman their starting quarterback, and he remained the team’s quarterback until his professional retirement in 2000. During his career, he was a six-time Pro Bowler, a one-time All-Pro selection, a three-time Super Bowl Champion, Super Bowl MVP, Walton Payton Man of the Year and the recipient of the Davey O’Brien Award. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2006.
165 Games Played
165 Games Started
94-71-0 QB Record
2898 Completed Passes
4715 Attempted Passes
32942 Passing Yards
165 Touchdown Passes
3. Michael Irvin – Wide Receiver
Michael Irvin debuted for the Dallas Cowboys as their first-round eleventh pick during the 1988 NFL Draft. He was part of a dream team during that era that came to be known as “The Triplets”. These three players, Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin were an unstoppable offense that brought three Super Bowl championships to the Dallas Cowboys. Irvin was a five-time Pro Bowler, a First-Team All-Pro selection, two-time Second-Team All-Pro selection, three time Super Bowl Champion and Pro Bowl MVP. He was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 2007.
159 Games Played
147 Games Started
11904 Receiving Yards
65 Receiving Touchdowns
4. Roger Staubach – Quarterback
Roger Staubach was a star player while he attended the Naval Academy, and after his military service was completed, he joined the Dallas Cowboys training camp. Although he began as the team’s backup quarterback, he eventually became the starting quarterback after proving his abilities and stepping up when the previous starting quarterback was injured. During his entire professional career from 1969 until 1979, Staubach remained with the Dallas Cowboys. He was selected six times for the Pro Bowl and he was a five-time All-NFC player. He was a two-time Super Bowl champion and one time Super Bowl MVP.
131 Games Played
114 Games Started
85-29-0 QB Record
1685 Completed Passes
2958 Attempted Passes
22700 Yards Gained by Passing
153 Touchdown Passes
5. Tom Landry – Head Coach
Tom Landry was the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys from 1960 until 1988, a total of 29 seasons with the team. Although the beginning of his coaching career was not all successful, eventually he led the team to 20 consecutive winning seasons, 19 playoff appearances, 13 NFL division titles, five Super Bowl games played, and two Super Bowls won.