The Dallas Cowboys’ Official 50th Anniversary is Today

The Dallas Cowboys were “born” officially on January 28, 1960.

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50 Seasons Series: Final Thoughts on the ’84 Season

The 1984 season might have been more acceptable had it been a rebuilding season. However, that was hardly the case. The Silver Season demonstrated that the Cowboys’ remaining stars were getting older, and few of the younger players looked as if they were capable to stepping up.

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50 Seasons Series: Playoff Streak Ends With Lackluster Finish to the ’84 Season

The Cowboys finished the 1984 season by going 4-4 and missing the playoffs for the first time in a decade.

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50 Seasons Series: More on Landry’s Decision to Replace White

The move to replace Danny White with Gary Hogeboom was motivated by call from teammates, but the decision was not popular in all corners.

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50 Seasons Series: Cowboys Start 4-1 in 1984, but Hogeboom Struggles

The Cowboys started the 1984 season by going 4-1 under new quarterback Gary Hogeboom. However, two losses left the team at 4-3, and Danny White eventually earned his starting job back.

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Dallas Cowboys: 1991 vs. 2009

There are many similarities between the 1991 and 2009 seasons for the Dallas Cowboys. Fans should hope that the similarities continue next year.

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As the Cowboys Waited to Play the Vikings (1971)

The Cowboys were concerned with the weather when they faced the Minnesota Vikings on Christmas Day in 1971.

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Cowboys are the NFL’s Winningest Franchise

The Cowboys finished their 50th regular season with a .580 winning percentage, the highest among all NFL franchises.

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2009 Playoff Opponents Spark Memories of the 1970s and 1990s

The Cowboys and Vikings faced one another in the playoffs four times during the 1970s, with the Cowboys taking three of those games en route to Super Bowl appearances. Dallas also has a playoff history involving QB Brett Favre.

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The Hall-of-Fame Case for Chuck Howley, Revisited

The Waco Tribune-Herald had a great story recently about Chuck Howley, the former Cowboys linebacker who was inducted into the Texas Sports Hall of Fame. Howley was a six-time Pro Bowler and was named all-pro six times. His name only occasionally comes up during conversations about the Hall of Fame, though his teammates have advocated […]

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