Dallas Cowboys Trivia Answers

Thanks again to Wayne Martin for providing the 50 trivia questions I posted earlier this week. Here are some detailed answers to those questions: 1. WHO WAS THE STARTING QB IN THE FIRST SEASON ? A. The first starting quarterback for the Cowboys was former Washington quarterback Eddie LeBaron. He started 26 games from 1960 […]

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Some Perspective on Wade Phillips’ Winless Playoff Record

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Some Perspective on Wade Phillips’ Winless Playoff Record

Wade Phillips is certainly not the only NFL head coach who has had regular season success but who has struggled in the postseason. On the other hand, here are some facts about Phillips’ coaching record showing that his failures are worst than most. Total Regular Season Games=119 (All-Time Rank: #68) Phillips has coached a total […]

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The Late-Season-Collapse Mystery Is Nothing New in Dallas

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The Late-Season-Collapse Mystery Is Nothing New in Dallas

Part of the title of a Sports Illustrated preview of the Dallas Cowboys once read like this: The talent is there to rule again . . ., but two straight late-season collapses make you wonder . . . The deleted words would let you know that this article was from the August 30, 1999 issue […]

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More Dallas Cowboys Trivia Than You Could Possible Want

Thanks to an email from Wayne Martin, we have a series of trivia questions related to the Cowboys. A number of these are very good. If you have answers, please put them in the comments section. 1. WHO WAS THE STARTING QB IN THE FIRST SEASON ? A. 2. WHAT DIVISION DID THEY PLAY IN […]

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A History of the Dallas Cowboys Avenging Playoff Losses

In two of the past three games, the Cowboys managed to avenge their past two playoff losses. Dallas lost 21-20 to Seattle in the wildcard round of the 2006 playoffs but did not get a chance to beat the Seahawks in 2007. Although few mentioned it at the time, thanks to a dismal season by […]

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A Look Back to 1994 and 1997: Dallas-Pittsburgh Season Openers as Bookends

Twice during the 1990s, the Cowboys traveled to Pittsburgh to open their season against the Steelers. In both instances, Dallas came away with huge wins. However, whereas the 1994 opener marked a new era with head coach Barry Switzer, the 1997 game four seasons later was one of the last highlights of the Switzer regime. […]

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Cowboys vs. Steelers: The Early Rivalry

When the Cowboys and Steelers of the 1970s became immortalized by the two Super Bowls, the teams were a few years removed from having played each other annually when both teams were members of the NFL. The two teams have faced each other a total of 29 times, and 16 of those games took place […]

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Should the Cowboys Be Envious of the Steelers’ Drafting Prowess? Sort Of.

Soon after last year’s draft, I got into a bit of a debate with a friend who is a Steeler fan over whether the Cowboys made a mistake by taking Felix Jones instead of Rashard Mendenhall, who was taken by the Steelers. This debate was the latest entry into a long-standing discussion that began with […]

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