Living in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex is filled with amazing sports! One of the favorites in Dallas and all over the world, is the Dallas Cowboys!!
The Dallas Cowboys are 5 time Superbowl Champs having won the following Superbowls:
- 1971 (VI)
- 1977 (XII)
- 1992 (XXVII)
- 1993 (XXVIII)
- 1995 (XXX)
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- Dallas Cowboys Website
- Dallas Cowboys Instagram
- Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders
- Dallas Cowboys Foundation
The Dallas Cowboys team/franchise has been “first” in the record books for a whole host of accomplishments, a few of which include:
Dallas Cowboys Notable “Firsts”
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to win three Super Bowls in four years, with Super Bowl wins in the 1992, 1993, and 1995 seasons. Only one other team, the New England Patriots, have won three Super Bowls in a four-year time span, doing so in the 2001, 2003, and 2004 seasons.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first and only team to hold the opposing team to no touchdowns in a Super Bowl. Dallas beat the Miami Dolphins 24-3 in Super Bowl VI. The only other team to do this is the New England Patriots, who did so in their 13-3 win against the Los Angeles Rams in Super Bowl LIII.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to play in five, six, seven and eight Super Bowls. They have a 5–3 record in the Super Bowl, with all three losses by a margin of four points or less. Three other teams, all from the American Football Conference (AFC) have since accomplished this feat: the Pittsburgh Steelers, whose eighth appearance came in Super Bowl XLV, the New England Patriots, whose eighth appearance came in Super Bowl XLIX, and the Denver Broncos, whose eighth appearance came in Super Bowl 50.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first and only NFL team to lose a Super Bowl and still have a player selected as the Super Bowl MVP. (Linebacker Chuck Howley, who intercepted two passes and forced a fumble in Super Bowl V, became the first defensive player to win the award.)
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to win the Super Bowl after losing it the previous year. After losing Super Bowl V following the 1970 season, they won Super Bowl VI following the 1971 season. The only other two teams to do this are the Miami Dolphins, who followed up their Super Bowl VI loss to the Cowboys by going undefeated and untied the next season, capped off by a 14–7 win against the Washington Redskins in Super Bowl VII, and the New England Patriots, who followed up their 41-33 loss in Super Bowl LII to the Philadelphia Eagles after the 2017 season by winning Super Bowl LIII 13-3 against the Los Angeles Rams the next season.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to lose the Super Bowl after winning it the previous year. After defeating the Denver Broncos 27–10 in Super Bowl XII following the 1977 season, they were defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers 35–31 in Super Bowl XIII following the 1978 season. This has only happened four times since: The Washington Redskins lost Super Bowl XVIII 38-9 to the Raiders a year after winning Super Bowl XVII 27-17 against the Miami Dolphins, the Green Bay Packers lost Super Bowl XXXII 31-24 to the Denver Broncos a year after winning Super Bowl XXXI 35-21 against the New England Patriots, the Seattle Seahawks lost Super Bowl XLIX 28-24 to the New England Patriots a year after winning Super Bowl XLVIII in a crushing 43–8 blowout against the Denver Broncos, and the New England Patriots lost Super Bowl LII 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles a year after winning Super Bowl LI against the Atlanta Falcons.
- The Dallas Cowboys where the first team in NFC East history to sweep all of its division opponents (home and away), going 8–0 in 1998 against the Giants, Eagles, Cardinals and Redskins.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first and only NFL team to post 20 consecutive winning seasons (1966–1985).
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to send at least 13 players to the Pro Bowl (2007 season).
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first and only NFL team to play 58 postseason games.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first NFL team to win 33 postseason games.
- The Dallas Cowboys were the first wild card NFL team to go to the Super Bowl, 1975, after winning the NFC Championship.
- The first touchdown was scored by Darryl Hannah, Jr.