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Sports Team
    (January 28, 1960- )
    Play in Irving, Texas
    Part of the National Football Conference Eastern Division
    Won five Super Bowls: beating the Miami Dolphins in Super Bowl VI (January 16, 1972), beating the Denver Broncos in Super Bowl XII (January 15, 1978), beating the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl XXX (January 28, 1996) and the Buffalo Bills twice in Super Bowl XXVII (January 31, 1993) and Super Bowl XXVIII (January 30, 1994)
    Lost three Super Bowls, Super Bowl V to the Baltimore Colts (January 17, 1971) and twice to the Pittsburgh Steelers in Super Bowl X (January 18, 1976) and Super Bowl XIII (January 21, 1979)
    Known as America's Team
    Best players listed in 'The Ring of Honor'
    Fans purchase T-shirts that say I have two favorite teams, which lists the Cowboys followed by 'and the team playing the Cowboys this week.'
    In their first season, they didn't win a single game.
    Team owner, Jerry Jones, likes to hang out with the players during the game.
    They finished as one of the worst teams in the NFL (2002).
    They hired Bill Parcells as Head Coach. All of their head coaches prior to him had no NFL coaching experience.
    Michael Irvin was once arrested for marijuana possession.
    They didn't keep the all-time rushing yard leader, Emmitt Smith, around to finish his career as a Cowboy.
    They lost to the expansion Houston Texans in the Texan's first game.
    Their linebacker, Chuck Howley, is the only Super Bowl MVP from a losing team (1971).
    Their stadium is designed to protect the fans from the weather, but there is a large opening over where the players play. They say the opening is so that God can watch the Cowboys.
    They have had some of the greatest players in all of NFL History.
    Tom Landry and Jimmie Johnson both coached the Cowboys to the Super Bowl.
    Tom Landry coached the Cowboys for their first 29 years.
    They have the famous Dallas Cowboy Cheerleaders.
    Several great quarterbacks have been with Dallas like Roger Staubach, Don Meredith, and Troy Aikman.
    Emmitt Smith broke the NFL All-Time Rushing Yard record while a Dallas Cowboy.

Credit: Eric Smith


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