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|Founded in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys joined the NFL as an expansion team. Members of the NFC East, the Cowboys are hometown idols, winning fans over through unwavering and unrelenting play. The Cowboys have had a successful football livelihood, holding a slew of titles, playoff appearances and Super Bowl championship triumphs.
The 1970s were especially successful for the Cowboys. The decade saw the Cowboys tuck two Super Bowl titles under their belt. Super Bowl VI ended in a landslide 24-3 victory. Dallas defeated the Broncos 27-10 in Super Bowl XII, earning their second Super Bowl title.
Led by starting quarterback Danny White, the Dallas Cowboys sacked two Division Championships in the 1980s. The late 80s-early 90s saw the arrival of Coach Jimmy Johnson, who helped lead and return the team to its elite status. Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin and Emmitt Smith refreshed the roster, helping lead their team to their first Super Bowl trip in 14 seasons.
Dallas brought down the Buffalo Bills in an exciting 52-17 Super Bowl XXVII win, where they forced a record nine turnovers. Dallas repeated the following season, defeating the Bills again during Super Bowl XXVIII. That year the team sent a record 11 players to the Pro Bowl. By 1995, the team had added a fifth world championship to its record, defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17 in Super Bowl XXX.
The team has had a number of Pro Football Hall of Famers including Emmitt Smith, Troy Aikman and Bob Lilly, as well as many Super Bowl MVP’s throughout its years. The Dallas Cowboys have a rivalry between the state’s other professional football team, the Houston Texans, in addition to divisional teams the New York Giants, Philadelphia Eagles and Washington Redskins. The latter match-up is thought of as one of the most intense in the United States.
Whether the game is on home turf or away, the Dallas Cowboys draw crowds of fans that love the team’s intense level of play! Make sure that you are close to the action at AT&T Stadium (formerly Cowboys Stadium) to cheer your favorite players LIVE! Buy your Dallas Cowboys tickets now!