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The Cowboys got their first regular season home win on September 28, They beat the Carolina Panthers 21—7 with 90, in attendance.
Dallas Cowboys training camp locations: . Three of the four teams have been division rivals since the Cowboys' entry into the NFL.
As such, the Cowboys have some of the longest and fiercest rivalries in the sport. Washington and the Dallas Cowboys enjoy what has been called by Sports Illustrated the top NFL rivalry of all time and "one of the greatest in sports.
The two teams' storied on-field rivalry goes back to when the two clubs first played each other, resulting in a 26—14 Washington victory.
Since that time, the two teams have met in regular season contests and two NFC Championships. Dallas leads the regular season all-time series 70—42—2, and Washington leads the all-time playoff series 2—0.
Some notable moments in the rivalry include Washington's victory over Dallas in the NFC Championship and the latter's win over Washington for their only victory that season.
In the s, Washington has struggled to consistently compete for the Division title, but still play the Cowboys particularly tough, posting an impressive upset victory against Dallas in , despite being outclassed by the Cowboys in the overall standings.
The competition with Philadelphia has been particularly intense since the late s, when the long-moribund Eagles returned to contention.
A series of other factors heightened tensions during the s and s, including several provocative actions by Philadelphia fans and Eagles head coach Buddy Ryan.
Among these were the " Bounty Bowls ", in which Ryan allegedly placed a bounty on Dallas kicker Luis Zendejas and Veterans Stadium fans pelted the Cowboys with snowballs and other debris.
A game at Philadelphia saw Eagles fans cheering as Michael Irvin lay motionless and possibly paralyzed on the field. In the rivalry became more intense when in the last game of the year in which both teams could clinch a playoff spot with a victory, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Cowboys 44—6.
The following season, the Cowboys avenged that defeat by beating the Eagles three times: twice during the regular season to claim the title as NFC East champions and once more in a wild-card playoff game by a combined score of 78—30, including a 24—0 shutout in week That three-game sweep was Dallas' first over any opponent and the longest winning streak against the Eagles since — when Dallas won seven straight matches against Philadelphia.
The Cowboys came into the game at a disadvantage with starting quarterback Tony Romo out with a season ending back injury which put backup Kyle Orton as the starter.
It was a tight game with the Eagles up 24—22 with less than 2 minutes to go in regulation. Orton got the ball and started driving down the field when he was intercepted by the Eagles defense, which ended the game and the Cowboys season.
In , the Cowboys and Eagles both won against each other on the road, with Philadelphia posting a dominant 33—10 win on Thanksgiving Day in Dallas, and Dallas returning the favor two weeks later by defeating the Eagles 38—27 in Philadelphia.
The second game between these rivals clenched a playoff spot for Dallas and led to formerly first place Philadelphia missing out on the post-season.
Dallas leads the regular season all-time series 63— The first game ever played between the Giants and Cowboys was a 31—31 tie on December 4, Dallas logged its first win in the series on October 29, and New York's first was on November 11, Among the more notable moments in the rivalry was the Giants' defeat of Dallas in the playoffs en route to their victory in Super Bowl XLII and winning the first regular season game played at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas currently leads the all-time series 65—46—2.
The two teams met in the first regular season game the Cowboys ever played in a 35—28 loss to the Steelers , the first-ever regular season victory for the expansion Cowboys in , and would later meet in three Super Bowls, all of them closely contested events.
The Steelers-Cowboys is to date the Super Bowl matchup with the most contests. It is said that the rivalry was fueled in the s due to the stark contrast of the teams: the Cowboys, being more of a "flashy" team with Roger Staubach 's aerial attack and the "flex" Doomsday Defense ; while the Steelers were more of a "blue-collar" team with a strong running game and the s-esque Steel Curtain defense, a contrast that still exists today.
Dallas leads the all-time series 16—13 including the playoffs. The bitter rivalry between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers has been going on since the s.
San Francisco has played Dallas in seven postseason games. The rivalry became even more intense during the — seasons. Dallas won the first two match-ups, and San Francisco won the third.
In each of these pivotal match-ups, the game's victor went on to win the Super Bowl. Both the Cowboys and the 49ers are tied for third all-time in Super Bowl victories to the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots, with five each.
The 49ers-Cowboys rivalry is also part of the larger cultural rivalry between California and Texas. The Cowboys lead the all-time series with a record of The two teams do not play every year; instead, they play once every three years due to the NFL's rotating division schedules, or if the two teams finish in the same place in their respective divisions, they would play the ensuing post-season.
The rivalry has also resulted in notable playoff games. The all time regular seasons series record is 15—13 in favor of the Packers, and the postseason series is tied 4—4.
Unlike many NFL teams, the Cowboys do not retire jersey numbers of past standouts as a matter of policy. Instead, the team has a "Ring of Honor" , which is on permanent display encircling the field.
The Ring of Honor has been a source of controversy over the years. Tex Schramm was believed to be a "one-man committee" in choosing inductees and many former Cowboys players and fans felt that Schramm deliberately excluded linebacker Lee Roy Jordan because of a bitter contract dispute the two had during Jordan's playing days.
Jones also has sparked controversy regarding his decisions in handling the "Ring of Honor". For four years he was unsuccessful in convincing Tom Landry to accept induction.
In , thanks in part to the efforts of Roger Staubach as an intermediary, Landry accepted induction and had a ceremony on the day of that year's Cowboys-Giants game Landry had played and coached for the Giants.
In , Jones finally chose to induct Tex Schramm. Schramm and Jones held a joint press conference at Texas Stadium announcing the induction.
Unfortunately, Schramm did not live to see his ceremonial induction at the Cowboys-Eagles game that fall. The Cowboys waited until Smith had retired as a player before inducting Aikman and Irvin, so all three could be inducted together, which occurred during halftime at a Monday Night Football home game against the arch-rival Washington Redskins on September 19, The 5 most recent inductees are defensive end Charles Haley , offensive lineman Larry Allen , and wide receiver Drew Pearson , who were inducted into the Ring of Honor during halftime of the Cowboys' game vs.
The Dallas Cowboys do not officially retire jersey numbers. As of , four numbers have been kept out of circulation: Troy Aikman 's No.
Although not mentioned before, Tony Romo 's No. Brad Sham is the team's longtime play-by-play voice.
Working alongside him is former Cowboy quarterback Babe Laufenberg , who returned in after a one-year absence to replace former safety Charlie Waters.
The Cowboys, who retain rights to all announcers, chose not to renew Laufenberg's contract in and brought in Waters.
However, Laufenberg did work as the analyst on the "Blue Star Network", which televises Cowboys preseason games not shown on national networks.
Kristi Scales is the sideline reporter on the radio broadcasts. During his tenure as Cowboys coach, Tom Landry co-hosted his own coach's show with late veteran sportscaster Frank Glieber and later with Brad Sham.
Landry's show was famous for his analysis of raw game footage and for him and his co-host making their NFL "predictions" at the end of each show.
Mercer is perhaps best known as the ringside commentator of WCCW in the s. Upon Mercer's departure, Verne Lundquist joined the network, and became their play-by-play announcer by , serving eight years in that capacity before handing those chores permanently over to Brad Sham, who joined the network in as the color analyst and occasional fill-in for Lundquist.
Dave Garrett served as the Cowboys' play-by-play announcer from —97, when Brad Sham left the team and joined the Texas Rangers' radio network team as well as broadcast Sunday Night Football on Westwood One.
Seeking to expand its radio broadcasting scope nationally, the Cowboys began a five-year partnership with Compass Media Networks on February 2, The result was the America's Team Radio Network, a supplement to the franchise's regional one.
The Cowboys used at Texas Stadium until about the early-mid '90s. Eventually, the song "Cowboy Stampede March" would become THE song associated with the team thru their broadcasts in the '60s thru the '80s.
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Die Vereinsfarben sind Blau und Silber. Die Cowboys wurden offiziell am Januar in die NFL aufgenommen. So verlor das Team in den Jahren und die Meisterschaftsspiele der Conference, in den beiden folgenden Jahren in der Runde zuvor.
Die Bilanz von Siegen bei 39 Niederlagen in dieser Dekade wurde von keinem anderen Team erreicht. Die schlechteste Saison in den ern war eine Saison.
Dallas spielte in fünf Super Bowls , von denen das Team zwei gewann. Zwar gewannen die Cowboys in den ern mehr Spiele als sie verloren, in den letzten vier Jahren des Jahrzehnts produzierten sie jedoch eine Bilanz von — ein Indikator dafür, wie tief das Team gefallen war.
Aber keiner der Spieler konnte vollständig überzeugen. Erst konnte mit Tony Romo , der ungedrafted zu den Cowboys kam, überzeugen und die Mannschaft zu alter Stärke führen.
Mai stürzte während des Trainings die Trainingshalle der Cowboys ein, wobei sich zwölf Menschen leicht verletzten. In ihrem ersten Heimspiel mussten sich die Cowboys den Giants mit geschlagen geben.
Redmond Adam Redmond. Anae Bradlee Anae. Armstrong Dorance Armstrong. Gregory Randy Gregory. Lawrence DeMarcus Lawrence.
Crawford Tyrone Crawford. Gallimore Neville Gallimore. Hamilton Justin Hamilton. Woods Antwaun Woods. Lee Sean Lee.
Penn State. Vander Esch Leighton Vander Esch. Smith Jaylon Smith. Notre Dame. Bernard Francis Bernard. Thanks to their dramatic victory over the Bills in Week 5, Dallas started with a 5—0 record.
They were the last team in the NFC to remain undefeated up to that point heading into their next game against the New England Patriots.
The Patriots won 48—27, handing the Cowboys their first loss of the season, and remained undefeated until they lost that season's Super Bowl.
Besides the loss to the Patriots in Week 6, their only other losses came in Weeks 15 and 17 against their division rivals Philadelphia and Washington.
When wide receiver Terrell Owens went down with an ankle injury against the Panthers in Week 16, and missed Week 17 against the Redskins, the offense became stagnant.
Another highlight of that season was a Week 13 match with Green Bay, which Dallas won 37—27, that was reminiscent of the s Cowboys-Packers duels.
Like the Cowboys, the Packers finished the regular season 13—3, but Dallas got the 1 seed due to a better conference record and head to head win.
This gave them both a first-round bye and home field advantage throughout the NFC playoffs. However, they lost their first playoff game to the eventual Super Bowl champion New York Giants, a team that they had defeated in their two regular-season matchups.
Dallas was the first number one seed in the NFC to lose in the divisional round since The Cowboys began the season by defeating the Cleveland Browns 28—10, Coming off their commanding road win over the Browns, the Cowboys played their Week 2 home opener under the MNF spotlight.
In the first quarter, the Cowboys trailed early as Eagles kicker David Akers got a yard field goal. Dallas answered in their first possession with quarterback Tony Romo completing a yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Terrell Owens In a game that had 9 lead changes, it also set different point records, including most first half points in MNF history 54 and most combined points in the rivalry's history Dallas held on to win 41— The Cardinals returned the opening kick return for a touchdown but Dallas tied the game 7—7 at halftime.
With only left in the 4th quarter Tony Romo completed a yard pass to Marion Barber III and the kicker Nick Folk hit a yard field goal as time expired to send the game into overtime.
In overtime the Cowboys punter Mat McBriar had a punt blocked and returned for a touchdown also in overtime quarterback Tony Romo broke his right pinkie finger.
In the week following the game Tony Romo was listed as questionable, and then missed three games.
In addition, Matt McBriar and Sam Hurd were placed in injured reserve, and Felix Jones was listed as out for 2—3 weeks with a hamstring injury. Furthermore, Adam Pacman Jones was suspended by the NFL for a minimum of four weeks after an altercation with his bodyguard.
Lastly The Cowboys traded for wide receiver Roy Williams with the Detroit Lions, in exchange for their first, third, and sixth-round picks.
After the bye week, they won another four game, Dallas finished the season 1—3, losing its final game in Texas Stadium to the Baltimore Ravens 33—24 followed by a disastrous 44—6 loss to Philadelphia.
With a 9—7 record, the team finished third in the division and failed to qualify for the playoffs. Jones said he released Owens because of production and "In this particular case, we have an outstanding player in Roy Williams, and it was a significant factor in the decision I made to release Terrell.
The season marked the 50th season of play for the Cowboys. The first game played in the team's new home was a preseason match with the Tennessee Titans on August 21, and the first regular season one was a three-point loss to the Giants on September By Week 9, the Cowboys stood at 6—2 after defeating their archrival Eagles in Philadelphia.
Then followed a loss to the Packers , and victories over Washington and Oakland , the latter being on Thanksgiving. The team then fell to the Giants a second time, and lost at home to the Chargers.
By this point, the Cowboys' playoff chances were doubtful, and the old talk of the "December curse" reappeared. The next game was a surprise upset of the New Orleans Saints , followed by a shutout of Washington.
Combined with Giants defeats, the Cowboys now found themselves guaranteed a wild card spot at the minimum. On January 3, they hosted the Eagles, who had won their last five games.
Philadelphia's offense completely folded, and the team suffered a 24—0 shutout, making this the first time in franchise history that Dallas blanked two consecutive opponents.
This gave them the division title and the 3 NFC seed, but also gave their opponent a wild card, which meant that they had to play in Dallas again the following week.
The rematch saw the Eagles score 17 points, but their defense, which had been considered one of the NFL's best a few weeks earlier, again performed poorly and the Cowboys put up 34 points, to beat them for the third time in one season.
Having won their first playoff game since , the Cowboys traveled to the Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome to face Brett Favre and the Vikings.
Their season quickly ended after Minnesota scored four touchdowns and limited them to a single field goal. Linebacker Keith Brooking criticized the last touchdown pass of the game, arguing that it served no purpose other than to run up the score in a game the Vikings already had won.
Although neither team performed well, Dallas lost unexpectedly when on the last play of the game Tony Romo threw a pass into the end zone that was nullified by a holding penalty.
The Redskins thus won 13—7. In Week 2, Dallas fell to the Bears 27—20 in their second straight home opener loss. This was also the team's first 0—2 start since Desperate to win, they headed to Houston for the third "Battle of Texas" with the Texans the first and second were in and and beat them 27— After coming back from their bye week, the Cowboys suffered another home embarrassment, this time against Tennessee.
Dallas's fortunes continued to slide in Week 6 as they lost to Minnesota 24— Things steadily got worse the next week as Tony Romo was knocked out with a fractured collarbone while playing the Giants on MNF.
Filling in for him was year-old QB Jon Kitna , who hadn't started in two years. Although rusty, he managed two touchdown passes and the Cowboys scored 35 points.
But their division rival edged them out 41—35 to win in Cowboys Stadium for the second straight year. By Week 8, the Cowboys found themselves at 1—6 after losing at home to Jacksonville after four Jon Kitna interceptions.
After a disastrous 45—7 loss in Green Bay, Wade Phillips was fired thus breaking Jerry Jones's policy of not changing head coaches during the season and replaced by offensive coordinator Jason Garrett.
Now largely eliminated from playoff contention, the Cowboys headed to the Meadowlands for a rematch with New York.
This time things were different as Jon Kitna passed for yards and three touchdowns. An all-around better performance by the team allowed them to win 33— They next defeated the Colts in Indianapolis 38—35 on an OT field goal to retain faint playoff hopes.
However, a home loss to Philadelphia mathematically eliminated them from playoff contention. Week 15 saw them beat the hapless Redskins 33— The Cowboys then lost a meaningless game in Arizona and followed that with a meaningless win over the Eagles to end their season at 6— After going 5—3 as interim head coach during the last eight games of the previous season, Jason Garrett took the head coaching position full-time.
With Tony Romo back in action, the Cowboys took on the New York Jets for a Sunday Night game commemorating the year anniversary of the September 11, terrorist attacks.
An early lead soon led to a 24—24 tie, but Romo threw an interception in the 4th quarter that allowed New York to get into the red zone and score a field goal, resulting in the Cowboys losing 27— The next week, the Cowboys defeated the San Francisco 49ers 27—24 in overtime after Romo made a valiant overtime comeback effort despite playing through a painful rib injury.
They won 18—16 in a bizarre game with six field goals from rookie kicker Dan Bailey. Dallas's offense struggled the entire night with Romo handicapped by pain, multiple dropped passes, and several botched snaps from rookie center Kevin Kowalski.
They went 1—3 in the month of October including an embarrassing Week 7 34—7 loss by the division rival Philadelphia Eagles.
They turned things around by going undefeated in November. That run included a Week 10 blowout over the Buffalo Bills. Week 11 was a 27—24 overtime victory over the Redskins.
They entered December with a 7—4 record vying for first place of their division with the New York Giants, whom the Cowboys were yet to play.
After losing 19—13 in overtime against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 13, they headed to a Sunday Night primetime home game against the Giants.
Despite leading 34—22 with less than 6 minutes to play, the Cowboys lost 37—34 after a game-tying field goal by Dan Bailey was blocked by Jason Pierre-Paul.
They rebounded by the next week by defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 31— Week 16 brought a second loss to the Eagles. Despite entering Week 17 with an 8—7 record, the Cowboys were in a position to win the division.
However, so was their final regular season opponent the Giants. However, the Cowboys lost 31—14 to finish the season 8—8 and miss the playoffs for the second straight season while the Giants went on to win Super Bowl XLVI.
The Cowboys started the season on a high note by defeating the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants 24— They were unable to capitalize on their momentum as they dropped 3 out of their next 4 games.
They entered their annual Thanksgiving Day game with a 5—5 record. The Redskins got off to a quick start leading 28—3 at halftime.
The Cowboys fought back in the second half but it wasn't enough which led to a 38—31 loss. Going into Week 17 they were once again one win away from winning their division but so were their opponents that week the Redskins.
The game was tight throughout. With less than 3 minutes to go, the Cowboys were down 21—18 but had the ball and were starting to drive down the field.
Their playoff hopes were destroyed after Tony Romo threw a game ending interception. They lost 28—18, ending their season with an 8—8 record and missing the playoffs for the third straight year.
The Cowboys opened the season by defeating their division rival New York Giants 36— This win was punctuated after Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw an interception to Brandon Carr whom returned it for a touchdown.
This was the first time the Cowboys had defeated the Giants at home since Just like the previous year, the Cowboys lost 3 of their next 4 games.
Numbers wise Tony Romo had an excellent day throwing for over yards with 5 touchdowns. However, late in the 4th quarter with the game tied at 48 he threw an interception to Danny Trevathan which set up the Broncos winning field goal.
They rebounded in Week 6 by decisively defeating the division rival Washington Redskins 31— Week 7 brought another division game, this time against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Cowboys were firing on all cylinders that day winning 17—3. However, the next week they lost to the Detroit Lions in a tight 31—30 loss to end the month of October.
They went 3—1 in the month of November which included another win over the Giants. Their sole loss that month was a Week 10 blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints.
The Week 15 loss to the Packers was especially bitter since they had a 26—3 halftime lead. Talk of the annual "December Curse" was in full affect.
They came into their Week 16 division matchup against the Redskins with a 7—7 record but still in the hunt with the Eagles for the NFC East crown.
In the game they started the 4th quarter down 23— They battled back to win 24— The win was highlighted by a 4th and goal touchdown pass from Romo to DeMarco Murray from the 12 yard line with left.
However, Romo received a serious back injury during the 4th quarter. While he was able to finish the game, the injury prematurely ended his season.
For the third consecutive year the Cowboys entered Week 17 one win away from the division title along with their opponents the Eagles.
The Cowboys came into the game with a 5—0 division record. With Romo out backup quarterback Kyle Orton started. With less than 2 minutes left and being down 24—22, Orton threw a game-ending interception, losing the game, finishing and missing the playoffs for the fourth straight season.
After starting with an embarrassing 28—17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the Cowboys went on a roll, winning their next 6 games.
It was their longest winning streak since The Seahawks' loss in that game was only their second home loss in the past three seasons.
The streak was ended by their division rival Washington Redskins in overtime 20— However, Romo once again injured his back.
He was out the next game against the Arizona Cardinals where backup Brandon Weeden started, and the Cardinals won 28— The Cowboys entered their annual Thanksgiving Day game with an 8—3 record, identical with their opponents the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles got off to a fast start and the Cowboys were never able to catch up, thus the Eagles won 33—