All-Time Greats: Emmitt Smith, Michael Irvin, Larry Allen, Troy Aikman, Randy White
Rivals: Philadelphia Eagles, New York Giants, San Francisco 49ers
Nicknamed "America’s Team," the Dallas Cowboys are headquartered in Frisco, Texas. They are the only NFL team to achieve 20 straight winning seasons, which they earned between 1966 and 1985. Fans have consecutively sold out regular and postseason games since 2002. Valued at $5 billion in 2018 by Forbes, the Dallas Cowboys have been named the most valuable sports team in the world. Furthermore, they have been the most-valued NFL team for 12 straight years. This has partially come about due to the team's success, which includes five Super Bowl championships, 10 conference championships and 24 division titles. The team's Super Bowl MVP winners have included Chuck Howley, Roger Staubach, Randy White and Harvey Martin (who shared Super Bowl XII MVP honors), Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Larry Brown. If you want to see the next generation of potential greats, grab your Dallas Cowboys tickets at StubHub.
Jason Garrett has been the full-time head coach of the Dallas Cowboys since 2011. He rose to the top spot after serving as the interim head coach in 2010. In his first nine years, the Cowboys advanced to the playoff three times. Garrett had a playoff record of 2-3 during that time, and the team did not advance past the divisional round. Garrett signed a contract in 2015 to coach another five years. This made him the second-longest-tenured head coach in team history after Tom Landry, who was the first head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and coached the team for 29 seasons.
What was the Dallas Cowboys record for the 2019 season?
The Cowboys went 8-8 in 2019, finishing second the NFC East.
What are other nicknames for the Dallas Cowboys?
The Dallas Cowboys were initially to be called the Steers. However, "Cowboys" seems to have been the much better fit for Texas' second NFL team. Over the years, the team acquired a few different nicknames, including America’s Team, The ‘Boys and Big D.
What is a Dallas Cowboys game like?
Soaking in AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, is part of the Cowboys game day experience. The stadium features a retractable roof, so the show goes on rain or shine. Its capacity is roughly 100,000, making it one of the largest stadiums in the nation. Since the Cowboys have such a strong fanbase, most games are packed with screaming fans.
What is the tailgating experience like at Dallas Cowboys games?
Tailgating is an experience in itself for Cowboys fans. In true Texas fashion of "go big or go home," tailgating is as much a part of the game as the players themselves. Cowboys parking pass tickets, which will be necessary for tailgating, can be purchased in advance. Alcohol sales are prohibited on Sunday before noon, so tailgaters are encouraged to purchase these items in advance. Early arrival is recommended as Burning Man co-founder Scott "The Hammer" Mucci can often be found performing the Chicken Dance as gates are opened to the public.
Where can I buy tickets to see the Dallas Cowboys?
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