Quote Trivia: Finishing .500 in 1965

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See a quote about the 1965 Dallas Cowboys and answer a trivia question regarding Bob Hayes.

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Photo Trivia: 1966 NFL Championship Game

A Dallas Cowboys trivia question based on the 1966 NFL Championship Game.

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How Many Former Dallas Cowboys Have Been Television Commentators?

Several former Dallas Cowboys have appeared on television as either color commentators or studio analysts.

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The First Time the Bears Visited Dallas

The Dallas Cowboys lost the first game played at home against the Chicago Bears in 1962.

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Don Meredith: “Jaunty, Courageous, Frustrating”

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50 Seasons Series: ’68 Ends with a Sad Finish in More Ways Than One

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Great Don Meredith Video

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A Dallas Quarterback Should Expect Turmoil

In 29 years as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Landry went through a total of six primary starters at quarterback. The icon some called Plastic Man had a singular focus on winning, but as one of the great teachers among NFL coaching legends, he placed winning in its proper context. Generally, achieving goals…which […]

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Classic Articles Paint a Picture of Don Meredith

Sports Illustrated writer Tex Maule once described Dallas quarterback Don Meredith as “a young man whose insouciance has sometimes been mistaken for carelessness.” Meredith’s apparent lack of care or concern (insouciance) was indeed something that was misinterpreted. However, the Dallas press and many of the Cowboys’ fans were unforgiving of his mistakes. Gary Cartright famously […]

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A Look Back at the 1962 Dallas Cowboys: Tom Landry’s “IBM-Machine Mind”

On November 4, 1962, the Dallas Cowboys improved their record to 4-3-1 after a huge 38-10 win over the Washington Redskins. Don Meredith and Eddie LeBaron each threw touchdown passes, though the order in which they threw those touchdown passes was rather odd– Meredith in the second quarter, LeBaron in the third quarter, another by […]

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