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    Dallas Cowboys Franchise Information

    Have a read on below at some quick stats and facts on the Dallas Cowboys to get you started: 

    Established:1960
    Stadium:AT&T Stadium
    Colours:Navy blue, metallic silver, royal blue & white
    Hall of Famers:Bob Lilly, Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, Randy White, Mel Renfro, Troy Aikman, Rayfield Wright, Michael Irvin, Bob Hayes, Emmitt Smith, Deion Sanders, Larry Allen, Randy White & Troy Aikman
    Hall of Fame Coaches:Tom Landry & Jerry Jones (GM)
    Rivals:Green Bay Packers
    Legends:Troy Aikman, Roger Staubach, Emmitt Smith, Micheal Irvin, Tony Dorsett, Randy White, Bob Lilly, Larry Allen, Darren Woodson, Drew Pearson, Herschel Walker, Mel Renfro, Rayfield Wright, Charles Harley, Don Meredith, “Bullet” Bob Hayes, Daryl Johnston, Jason Witten, Danny White & DeMarcus Ware
    Retired Numbers:None 
    Conference: NFC
    Super Bowl Championships:5: 1971, 1977, 1992, 1993 & 1995
    Conference Championships:8: 1970, 1971, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1992, 1993 & 1995

    Dallas Cowboys History

    When describing the Dallas Cowboys, there is only one thought that comes to mind and most NFL fans would instantly think of the phrase “America’s Team”. The phrase which gave the nickname to the Cowboys was from an NFL film production, about the Dallas Cowboys. “America’s Team” began in 1960 under the influential coach of Tom Landry who led them to a very successful first few years in the NFL’s existence. 

    The Cowboys really began their NFL dominance from 1966 onwards, as they had 20 straight winning seasons, which included the franchise making 18 playoffs, claiming 13 division titles, appearing in five Super Bowls and winning two. 

    During that time they claimed the 1966 and 1967 division titles, however, they fell each time in the Championship game which earned them a reputation of being a good team without winning the big games that mattered. That reputation came after they made the Super Bowl V, but fell to the Baltimore Colts in the last few seconds losing the game 16-13. 

    That seemed to spur “America’s Team” as by the next season they were fired up and ready to make amends of their time on the big stage, and by Super Bowl VI they claimed their maiden Vince Lombardi trophy, defeating the Miami Dolphins in convincing fashion winning 24-3. 

    The 70s could be known as the golden period of the Cowboys as they introduced future Hall of Fame players, quarterback Roger Staubach, tackle Rayfield Wright, defensive tackle Bobby Lilly and Randy White, defensive back Mel Renfro and running back Tony Dorsett.

    The Cowboys would make the NFL showpiece event three more times before the 70s wrapped up appearing in Super Bowl X, Super Bowl XII and Super Bowl XIII. Super Bowl XII however, is the one Cowboys fans would take more seriously as they defeated the Denver Broncos 27-10 to claim their second Vince Lombardi trophy. 

    Although the Cowboys made the playoffs at the beginning of the 80s, there wasn’t much to celebrate about as they lost the Conference Championships from 1980-1982 and lost a wildcard playoff in 1983. The Cowboys would endure their worst season in the NFL in 1989 as they won only one game ending with a 1-15 record. 

    The 90s provided a new golden era for the Cowboys as future Hall of Famers Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Micheal Irvin lead the team to three Super Bowl triumphs (XXVII, XXVIII and XXX). 

    The Super Bowl XXVII triumph over the Buffalo Bills ended a 15 year drought for the Cowboys to reach the ultimate goal and would spark the team to go back-to-back when they won Super Bowl XXVIII over the Miami Dolphins the following year. 

    The Cowboys didn’t have to wait long to get their hands on their fifth and final Vince Lombardi trophy as two years later they were back in the NFL’s ultimate showpiece event, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX. 

    The Cowboys have been a regular factor in the postseason action from 2000 to 2019 having been involved in seven playoff appearances, however, they have either lost the wildcard playoffs or the divisional round. 

    The Cowboys most recent appearance in the playoffs was in the 2018 season where they won the wildcard playoffs defeating Seattle Seahawks but lost the divisional round to the Los Angeles Rams. 

    The 2020 offseason saw the drama of Dak Prescott with the team wanting a shorter term deal while the QB wanted a multi-year big money contract. The Cowboys ended up franchise tagging Prescott, hoping that his 2020 play would be able to help the sides come to an agreement in 2021 but he lasted just 4.5 games before dislocating and breaking his ankle in Week 5.

    The Cowboys, behind Andy Dalton and two other back up quarterbacks at times, went on to miss out on a postseason berth by just one game despite finishing with a 6-10 record, highlighting the lack of quality in the NFC East.

    There is now speculation and uncertainty about Prescott and the Cowboys moving forward once again, with the two sides hopeful but distant on a contract early in the 2021 offseason.

    2021 was a great year for the Dallas Cowboys until it wasn’t. It was the same story and a different year for Dallas, a great regular season, and another playoff disappointment as Dallas was upset by the San Fransisco 49ers.

    Expert 2022-23 Picks & Preview on Dallas Cowboys

    If you are a fan of the Dallas Cowboys, then you know that the only thing that matters right now is how they are expected to perform in the 2022-23 season. Do the Dallas Cowboys have the star power to make it all the way to the Super Bowl in 2023?

    Our experts will provide an analysis on the Cowboys’ chances closer to the start of the 2022-23 season. In the meantime, you can check out our thoughts on the team before the 2021-22 season started:

    After a record-breaking start last season by Dak Prescott and the Dallas Cowboys, the Cowboys stumbled with Dak suffering a season ending injury early in the season. This year the Cowboys are looking to bounce back from a 6-10 season which saw them miss the playoffs again. With Dak Prescott returning, the Cowboys have playoff aspirations but are they good enough to make the Super Bowl?

    Front Office

    The Cowboys have been ‘America’s Team’ for a long time and this is in part due to their success throughout franchise history under the leadership of owner Jerry Jones. Unlike other owners Jones has played an extremely active role in personnel decisions acting like a GM.

    Jones has consistently built good teams but recently the Cowboys have failed to make the Super Bowl with their last appearance in 1995. The Cowboys have also failed to make the playoffs since 2018 which is also worrying.

    In order to turn the tide the Cowboys hired Mike McCarthy last season. McCArthy was the long-time coach of the Green Bay Packers until he was let go in 2018. With the Packers and Aaron Rodgers, McCarthy won the Super Bowl in 2010. This is his only Super Bowl win to date.

    After a blistering start in his first season as head coach of the Cowboys, the team played poorly for the rest of the season mostly due to injury. Now with a fully healthy squad and more importantly with Dak returning, McCarthy looks to take the Cowboys back to the playoffs.

    The front office has been making moves to get better this season. One of the key moves was firing defensive coordinator Mike Nolan who led the Cowboys to a historically bad season allowing the franchise record 473 points last season. In fact over the first six games, the Cowboys gave up 36.6 points per game.

    With Nolan gone, and Super Bowl winning defensive coordinator Dan Quinn brought in, the Cowboys defense should get a big boost. In terms of personnel the Cowboys added heavily to their defense in the draft, drafting 6 straight defensive players in the first 4 rounds.

    In free agency the Cowboys weren’t very active, although they did re-sign Dak Prescott to a 4 year $160 million contract. The roster and team have certainly improved due to moves made by the front office but it still isn’t enough to put the Cowboys in the upper echelon of teams in the NFC.

    Offense

    The Cowboys offense was phenomenal with Dak Prescott under center last year. In his 4 full starts last season Dak passed for 1690 yards which was an NFL record through the first 4 games. With Dak returning, the Cowboys’ 8th ranked passing attack should get even better especially with the elite receiving core of Amari Cooper, CeeDee Lamb, and Michael Gallup. This unit is arguably top 3 in the league behind Buccaneers and Chiefs.

    The Cowboys are also strong on the ground with All Pro Ezekiel Elliot and solid Tony Pollard returning. Although Elliot has not been as productive as he has in the past, the return of the air attack should take some pressure off him.

    Pollard is also a solid back and should get a large share of the reps as he has been one of the more efficient runners in the league. Pollard is a tough tackle, causing 46 missed tackles on less than 187 carries during his 2 year career. The Cowboys also have Dak Prescott who has been a good runner and can extend plays as well as make plays with his legs.

    The Cowboys also have a top 10 offensive line, with Tyron Smith, La’el Collins and Zack Martin returning. This unit has shown in the past why they are one of the best in the league and they should remain like that this year. Offensively the Cowboys have all the pieces to shred any defense, the question is whether or not Dak can return to form after his injury.

    Defense

    Defensively the Cowboys were horrible last season. Although they were actually decent when it came to pass coverage their run stopping was atrocious. The Cowboys were 31st in the league in yards allowed, 30th in runs of 20+ yards allowed, and 30th in yards per carry allowed.

    Despite not allowing many passing yards the Cowboys did allow 29.6 points per game and 34 passing touchdowns. This unit was at the very bottom of the league. Now with a new coordinator and new draft picks, the defense has nowhere but up to go.

    The addition of linebackers Micah Parsons and Jarbil Cox as well as defensive lineman Chauncey Golston and Osa Odighizuwa should secure the Cowboys’ front 7 and hopefully prevent them from repeating their woeful performance from last year.

    Incumbents Leighton Vander Esch and DeMarcus Lawrence should make life easier for these rookies but in the first year of Dan Quinn’s scheme, there are likely going to be growing pains on this Cowboys defense.

    Although the Cowboys should improve, they will likely still remain in the bottom half of the league defensively unless their rookies turn out to be Pro Bowl level players. This defense will be the biggest reason why the Cowboys will fail to go deep into the postseason if they even make it at all.

    Dallas Cowboys Betting & Odds Preview 2022-23

    The 2021-22 season is over and we take a look back at the Dallas Cowboys betting history for the most recent season. We will provide more information in relation to the new 2022-23 season once information becomes available. In the meantime, have a look at the betting and odds information for the Cowboys before the start of the previous season:

    With many believing Dallas could win the NFC East and be tough competition against the league’s best, expectations were high for the 2020 season.

    With injuries and lack of form under new head coach Mike McCarthy, the Cowboys finished just 6-10 overall, but a league worst 5-11 against the spread. The Cowboys performed marginally better at home, finishing 3-5 ATS at AT&T Stadium compared to 2-6 when travelling.

    Dallas’ defense wasn’t just bad this season, it was one of the worst defenses in recent memory, allowing teams to get a lot of yards and a lot of points. Their offense performed much better at home resulting in a 6-2 total points record in Dallas and finishing just 3-5 on the road, 9-7 overall.

    Despite their terrible season last year, Dallas has opened with +3000 odds for Super Bowl LVI. Those odds are seventh best in the NFC and easily the best of all NFC East teams.

    Dallas Cowboys FAQ

    Still got some burning questions about the Dallas Cowboys? Well, we have answered some of the most common questions people have, hopefully you will find the answer you are looking for below! 

    Where do the Dallas Cowboys play?

    The Dallas Cowboys play their home games at AT&T stadium.

    Who owns the Dallas Cowboys?

    Jerry Jones owns the Dallas Cowboys.

    Has the Dallas Cowboys won an NFL Super Bowl?

    The Dallas Cowboys have won five Super Bowls. 

    Who is the Dallas Cowboys coach?

    Mike McCarthy is the head coach of the Dallas Cowboys.

    Do the Dallas Cowboys play tonight?

    Are you wondering if the Dallas Cowboys are playing tonight? Well, SportsTips has all the details you need about upcoming Dallas Cowboys games! Make sure you check this page at the top for all the details you are looking for.

    What is the Dallas Cowboys record?

    The Dallas Cowboys finished the 2021 season with a 12-5 record.

    Did the Dallas Cowboys win last night?

    Fans of the Dallas Cowboys are all wanting to know if they won the game last night. You can find more information in relation to the team’s recent form in games on the page at the top.

    How much is the Dallas Cowboys worth?

    According to Forbes magazine, the Dallas Cowboys are worth $6.5 billion.

    Who do the Dallas Cowboys play tonight?

    Like a lot of things in the NFL, things change pretty quickly. So, if you are looking for more information about who the Dallas Cowboys play tonight, you have come to the right place. We have all this information for you in detail, you can find these details for upcoming games at the top of the page.

    How to watch the Dallas Cowboys?

    You can watch the Dallas Cowboys on CBS, NBC, FOX, ESPN, NFL Network, NFL Red Zone, DIRECTTV NFL Sunday Ticket and on DallasCowboys.com. You can also stream Dallas Cowboys games on the Cowboys App, Yahoo sports app,CBS All Access, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, ESPN, Amazon Prime Video, DIRECTTV Sunday Ticket, NFL Sunday ticket, NFL GamePass and NFL Mobile app. You can also listen to coverage on NFL GamePass, Westwood One, TuneIn and Sirius XM.

    Will the Dallas Cowboys make the playoffs this year?

    The Dallas Cowboys did make the playoffs in the 2021 season. After finishing with a 12-5 record, Dallas finished in first place in the NFC East standings.

    When do the Dallas Cowboys play?

    Dallas Cowboys fans are always looking for more information about when their team plays the next game. For all the information you have been craving and more, be sure to check the top of this page. Here as SportsTips we list all the information you need like the kick off time, location of the game and the all important NFL odds.

    When is the next Dallas Cowboys game? 

    For more details on the next Dallas Cowboys game, check above on the page, we include all the details there.

    Where did the Dallas Cowboys finish the season?

    The Dallas Cowboys finished first in the NFC East standings and 4th in the NFC. 

    How many games did the Dallas Cowboys win?

    The Dallas Cowboys won 12 games in the 2021 NFL season.