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Januar in die NFL aufgenommen. Der erste Besitzer der Cowboys war Clint Murchison, der zu dieser Zeit 36 Jahre alt war und seinen Reichtum dem Glück. Kein NFL -Team-Eigentümer polarisiert mehr als Jerry Jones. Der Geschäftsführer der Dallas Cowboys verfolgt einen strikten Plan und will mit. Jerrel Wayne „Jerry“ Jones (* Oktober in Los Angeles) ist der.

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Der Teambesitzer der Dallas Cowboys beleidigte einen Radiomoderator, weil dieser ihn auf sein Team ansprach. Hier im Bild: Jerry Jones. Die Dallas Cowboys haben in der amerikanischen Football-Liga fünf Spiele verloren. Dazu fällt der beste Quarterback aus, der neue Trainer. Die Dallas Cowboys stecken in der NFL in einer Krise, die offenbar auch an Teambesitzer Jerry Jones nicht spurlos vorbeigeht. In einem.

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Talk of the annual "December Curse" was in full affect. They came into their Week 16 division matchup against the Redskins with a 7—7 record but still in the hunt with the Eagles for the NFC East crown.

In the game they started the 4th quarter down 23— They battled back to win 24— The win was highlighted by a 4th and goal touchdown pass from Romo to DeMarco Murray from the 12 yard line with left.

However, Romo received a serious back injury during the 4th quarter. While he was able to finish the game, the injury prematurely ended his season.

For the third consecutive year the Cowboys entered Week 17 one win away from the division title along with their opponents the Eagles. The Cowboys came into the game with a 5—0 division record.

With Romo out backup quarterback Kyle Orton started. With less than 2 minutes left and being down 24—22, Orton threw a game-ending interception, losing the game, finishing and missing the playoffs for the fourth straight season.

After starting with an embarrassing 28—17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the Cowboys went on a roll, winning their next 6 games. It was their longest winning streak since The Seahawks' loss in that game was only their second home loss in the past three seasons.

The streak was ended by their division rival Washington Redskins in overtime 20— However, Romo once again injured his back.

He was out the next game against the Arizona Cardinals where backup Brandon Weeden started, and the Cardinals won 28— The Cowboys entered their annual Thanksgiving Day game with an 8—3 record, identical with their opponents the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Eagles got off to a fast start and the Cowboys were never able to catch up, thus the Eagles won 33— They rebounded the next week over the Chicago Bears 41—28 to clinch their first winning season since Week 15 was a rematch against the Eagles.

This time the Cowboys got off to a hot start going up 21—0. However, the Eagles then scored 24 unanswered points. The Cowboys came back with a yard drive capped with a DeMarco Murray touchdown run.

The Cowboys took full advantage of that, with Dez Bryant scoring his third touchdown of the evening, the most in one game in his career.

The Eagles had two more turnovers, including another Sanchez interception to end the game. The Cowboys won 38—27 to take over first place. Week 16 started with the Eagles losing to the Redskins 27—24, meaning the Cowboys could clinch their division if they were able to beat the Indianapolis Colts.

They responded by routing the Colts 42—7 to win the NFC East and make the playoffs for the first time since Their final regular-season game was on the road against the Redskins, where the Cowboys won 44—17 to finish the season at 12—4, the 3 seed, and undefeated in away games.

They also finished December 4—0 which was huge after they had struggled in the month of December during recent years.

The Lions got off to a hot start going up 14—0 in the first quarter. The Cowboys initially struggled on both sides of the ball. However, in towards the end of the 2nd quarter Romo connected to Terrance Williams for a yard touchdown pass.

The Lions hit a field goal before halftime to go up 17—7. The Cowboys came out swinging to start the second half by picking off Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford on the first play of the 3rd quarter.

Dan Bailey missed a field goal during their ensuing drive. The Lions then kicked another field goal to make the score 20—7.

A DeMarco Murray touchdown run later in that quarter closed the gap to 20— A yard field goal almost 3 minutes into the 4th quarter put the Cowboys down by 3.

The Lions got the ball back and started driving down the field. A yard pass on 3rd down from Stafford to Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew was initially flagged as defensive pass interference against Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens.

The flag was then picked up by the officiating crew and the penalty was nullified. Dallas got the ball back on their yard line and had a successful 59 yard drive which was capped off by a 8-yard touchdown pass from Romo to Williams to give the Cowboys their first lead of the game 24— The Lions got the ball back with less than to play.

Stafford fumbled the ball at the 2-minute mark and was picked up by Cowboys defensive tackle DeMarcus Lawrence who then fumbled the ball which gave the Lions the ball back.

Lawrence redeemed himself by sacking Stafford on a 4th and 3 play which lead to Stafford fumbling the ball again which Lawrence recovered to end the game, winning 24— This was the first time in franchise playoff history that the Cowboys had been down by more than 10 points at halftime to come back and win the game.

There was a lot of hype in the week leading up to the game, as during the regular season, the Packers had gone 8—0 at home while the Cowboys had gone 8—0 on the road.

At halftime the Cowboys had a 14—10 lead and went up 21—13 in the 3rd quarter. However, the Packers came back to take a 26—21 lead in the 4th quarter.

With less than 5 minutes in the game on a 4th and 3 play Romo threw a yard pass to Bryant to put them at the 1 yard line. However, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy challenged the catch and the ruling was overturned.

The explanation given was that Bryant didn't maintain control of the ball as he came down with it. The ball was turned over on downs and the Packers ran the clock out to win the game 26—21, thus ending the Cowboys season.

Marinelli was largely credited for greatly improving the Cowboys defense, which was the worst-ranked defense the previous season under Monte Kiffin.

After their successful season, the Cowboys began the season with high expectations. During Week 1, Tony Romo managed to lead the team to an astonishing comeback against the New York Giants for a 27—26 win, despite the loss of Dez Bryant.

The next week against the Philadelphia Eagles, Romo was taken out with a collarbone injury, but the Cowboys won 20—10 to give them a 2—0 start.

Romo missed the next seven games, and the Cowboys lost all of those games to drop to 2—7. Romo finally returned in Week 11 to lead the Cowboys to a 24—14 victory against the Miami Dolphins, but in the Cowboys' next game on Thanksgiving Day, Romo injured his collarbone again and was ruled out for the rest of the season, and the team was slaughtered by the then-undefeated Carolina Panthers 33—14, dropping their record to 3—8.

In the next game on Monday Night Football , the Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins 19—16, which proved to be their last win of the season and their only win without Romo as starter.

After that, the Cowboys lost to the Buffalo Bills and then lost against the Redskins 34—23 to finish the regular season with a record of and a last place finish in the NFC East.

The Cowboys went 3—1 with Romo as the starting quarterback, but they were 1—11 in all of their other games.

During a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, Tony Romo suffered a back injury, allowing Prescott to become starter for the season.

With Prescott's stellar play, along with Elliott's running game, the Cowboys finished with a 13—3 record, earning them home field advantage throughout the playoffs.

After the season, Romo retired after 14 seasons with the Cowboys and Prescott was named Offensive Rookie of the year.

In August the NFL announced that star running back Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended the first 6 games of the season for violating the league's personal conduct policy stemming from accusations of domestic abuse from an ex-girlfriend in Elliott maintained his innocence and was never criminally charged.

The suspension was on and off again through the first two months of the season due to him attempting to appeal this decision.

The Cowboys started the season by defeating the New York Giants 19—3. During Week 2 they were routed by the Denver Broncos 42— They bounced back in Week 3 winning on the road against the Arizona Cardinals 28— They returned home for a 2-game homestand and lost both games, first to the Los Angeles Rams then to the Green Bay Packers 35— After a Week 6 bye they returned to form by blowing out the San Francisco 49ers 40— Week 8 was a division game against the Washington Redskins, in which the Cowboys won 33— In Week 9 the Cowboys faced the Kansas City Chiefs, and became the first team that season to intercept Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith en route to a 28—17 win.

It was the Cowboys 3rd straight win which brought them to 5—3. It was after this game that Elliott's suspension came into effect.

The Cowboys would lose their next 3 games in embarrassing fashion to the Atlanta Falcons 27—7, division leading Philadelphia Eagles 37—9, and on Thanksgiving Day to the Los Angeles Chargers 28—6.

On Week 13 they hosted the Redskins in which the Cowboys showed their season was far from over by defeating the Redskins 38— Former Redskins Running back Alfred Morris rushed for yards with one touchdown against his former team.

Dez Bryant caught a touchdown which made him the Cowboys all-time leader in receiving touchdowns. Week 14 was another division game against the Giants, in which the Cowboys won 30— The Cowboys had a late 20—17 lead when a defensive pass interference against them put the Raiders in the red zone with less than a minute left.

Raiders quarterback Derek Carr tried rushing in a potential game winning TD but Cowboys safety Jeff Heath caused Carr to fumble the ball before the ball crossed the endzone to force a touchback and seal a Cowboys victory.

Elliott returned from suspension on Week 16 against the Seattle Seahawks. Despite this the Seahawks prevailed 21—12 to eliminate the Cowboys from playoff contention.

Their season ended on a 6—0 win against the Eagles to finish with a second place record. Before the season began the Cowboys parted ways with 3 of their key offensive players.

Wide receiver Dez Bryant was released in April His performance had steadily declined since the season. During the season he started having sideline outbursts.

Longtime tight end Jason Witten retired in May after 15 seasons. Other additions prior to the start of the season was former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns who signed for 2 years and wide receiver Tavon Austin whom the Cowboys received from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for a 6th round draft pick.

The season started out with a disappointing loss to the Carolina Panthers 16—8. The following week they bounced back to beat the New York Giants 20— Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks was a mess offensively as Dak Prescott threw two costly interceptions.

Ezekiel Elliott also had a 4th quarter fumble that ended any chance of a comeback. The Seahawks prevailed with a 24—13 victory.

In Week 4 to beat the Detroit Lions thanks to a game-winning field goal by Maher as time expired. October was not a good month for the Cowboys as they went 1—2.

In Week 5, they lost to the Houston Texans 19—16 in overtime. In Week 6, they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars 40—7.

In Week 7, the Cowboys lost to the Washington Redskins after Maher missed a game-tying field goal. Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones traded their number one draft pick to the Oakland Raiders for their star wide receiver Amari Cooper.

They had a Week 8 bye and then hosted the Tennessee Titans the week after. The Cowboys had won their first 3 games at home that season and when the Titans had 2 1st quarter turnovers along with Cooper's first touchdown as a Cowboy they seemed poised to make it 4 in a row.

However, they were shutout in the second half of the game and lost 28— This brought them to 3—5. The trade for Cooper did pay off as the Cowboys returned to the playoffs after winning seven of their final eight games, earning the NFC East title with a 10—6 record.

However, the team finished with an 8—8 record at the end after suffering a number of losses throughout the season and ultimately missed the playoffs, despite Dak Prescott passing for a career high 4, yards and 30 touchdowns.

Following the season, Cowboys owner Jerry Jones decided not to renew Jason Garrett 's contract, bringing an end to his tenure as head coach.

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January Learn how and when to remove this template message. In , the Cowboys resurrected their original — uniform on Thanksgiving Day. This uniform became the team's alternate or "third jersey" and was usually worn at least once a year, primarily Thanksgiving Day.

Two exceptions were when the Cowboys wore their normal white uniforms on Thanksgiving in and While the team didn't wear the throwback uniform exactly on Thanksgiving Day in those two years, Dallas wore them on a date around Thanksgiving for those two years.

In Dallas wore the throwback uniform on November 23, against the San Francisco 49ers. The team went back to wearing this uniform at home on Thanksgiving Day in while their opponent was the Oakland Raiders who wore their AFL Legacy Weekend throwbacks.

This created a rare game in which neither team wore a white jersey and the first time the Cowboys wore the alternative uniform as a visiting team.

The — uniform may also be used on other special occasion. In , the NFL issued a new helmet rule stating that players will no longer be allowed to use alternate helmets due to the league's enhanced concussion awareness.

This caused the Cowboys' white s throwback helmets to become non-compliant. The team instead decided to wear their normal blue jerseys at home for Thanksgiving, which has since become an annual tradition.

In , the Cowboys released their Color Rush uniform, featuring a variation of the s "Double Star" alternates with white pants and socks.

The uniform was first used in a Thanksgiving game against the Carolina Panthers and in subsequent Thursday Night Football games since The Cowboys also unveiled a navy uniform-white pants combination which was first used on December 10, against the Giants.

In , Tex Schramm started the tradition of the Cowboys wearing their white jersey at home, contrary to an unofficial rule that teams should wear colored jerseys at home.

Schramm did this because he wanted fans to see a variety of opponents' colors at home games. According to Mike McCord, the Cowboys' equipment director, one of the reasons why the Cowboys started wearing white at home was because of the intense heat during Cowboys' home games at Texas Stadium.

Throughout the years, the Cowboys' blue jersey has been popularly viewed to be " jinxed " because the team often seemed to lose when they wore them.

This purported curse drew attention after the team lost Super Bowl V with the blue jerseys. Most of the time, Dallas will wear their blue jerseys when they visit Washington, Philadelphia sometimes , Miami, or one of the handful of other teams that traditionally wear their white jerseys at home during the first half of the season due to the hot climates in their respective cities or other means.

Occasionally opposing teams will wear their white jerseys at home to try to invoke the curse, [30] such as when the Philadelphia Eagles hosted the Cowboys in the NFC Championship Game , [31] as well as their November 4, meeting.

Various other teams followed suit in the s. Although Dallas has made several tweaks to their blue jerseys over the years, Schramm said he did not believe in the curse.

With the implementation of the NFL helmet rule for alternate jerseys, the team decided instead to wear their regular blue jerseys for their Thanksgiving game, something they have not done at home since Schramm started the white-jersey-at-home tradition.

With the Cowboys traditionally hosting Thanksgiving Day games , separate practice uniforms have been used for these games in recent years.

Through the season, the Cowboys continued the usual practice of wearing white at home. In , the Cowboys wore blue at home for the first time in years with was an older design of the blue jersey.

Dallas would lose the game, but again wore the older blue jersey at home on Thanksgiving the next year and won. With the victory, it seems an exception to the theory of the blue jersey jinx is invoked on Thanksgiving.

Thus, the Cowboys continued wearing blue at home on Thanksgiving from —, however it was always an older-styled alternate blue jersey. In and , the Cowboys returned to wearing white at home for their Thanksgiving game.

From to , the Cowboys returned to wearing blue at home on Thanksgiving only. From —, the team again decided to go with an older-styled blue uniform as they had in previous years on Thanksgiving, and since have worn the newer-styled blue jersey.

The Cowboys wore white jerseys on Thanksgiving in In the season, the Cowboys wore their Color Rush variation of the s "Double Star" jerseys for a Thanksgiving game against the Carolina Panthers.

The Cotton Bowl is a stadium which opened in and became known as "The House That Doak Built" due to the immense crowds that former SMU running back Doak Walker drew to the stadium during his college career in the late s.

Concerts or other events using a stage allow the playing field to be used for additional spectators. The Cotton Bowl was the longtime home of the annual Cotton Bowl Classic college football bowl game, for which the stadium is named.

The Dallas Cowboys called the Cotton Bowl home for 11 years, from the team's formation in until , when the Cowboys moved to Texas Stadium.

It is the only Cowboys stadium within the Dallas city limits. For the majority of the franchise's history the Cowboys played their home games at Texas Stadium.

Just outside the city of Dallas, the stadium was located in Irving. The stadium was famous for its hole-in-the-roof dome. The roof's worn paint had become so unsightly in the early s that it was repainted in the summer of by the City of Irving.

It was the first time the famed roof was repainted since Texas Stadium opened. The roof was structurally independent from the stadium it covered.

After Cowboys Stadium was opened in , the Cowboys turned over the facility to the City of Irving. In , it was replaced as home of the Cowboys by Cowboys Stadium , which officially opened on May 27, in Arlington.

The stadium is located in Tarrant County , the first time the Cowboys will call a stadium home outside of Dallas County.

It was completed on May 29, and seats 80,, but is expandable to seat up to , Trapasso , hit the 2, in. The punt deflected and was ruled in-play until Titans coach Jeff Fisher informed the officials that the punt struck the scoreboard.

Many believe Trapasso was trying to hit the suspended scoreboard, based on replays and the angle of the kick. The scoreboard is, however, within the regulation of the NFL guidelines — hanging approximately five feet above the minimum height.

No punts hit the scoreboard during the entire regular season during an actual game. Also, on August 22, , the day after AJ Trapasso hit the screen, many fans touring the facility noted that half of the field was removed with large cranes re-positioning the screen.

According to some fans, a tour guide explained that Jerry Jones invited a few professional soccer players to drop kick soccer balls to try to hit the screen.

Once he observed them hitting it consistently he had the screen moved up another 10 feet. The first regular season home game of the season was against the New York Giants.

A league record-setting , fans showed up to fill Cowboys Stadium for the game before which the traditional "blue star" at the yard line was unveiled for the first time; however, the Cowboys lost in the final seconds, 33— The Cowboys got their first regular season home win on September 28, They beat the Carolina Panthers 21—7 with 90, in attendance.

Dallas Cowboys training camp locations: [42]. Three of the four teams have been division rivals since the Cowboys' entry into the NFL. As such, the Cowboys have some of the longest and fiercest rivalries in the sport.

Washington and the Dallas Cowboys enjoy what has been called by Sports Illustrated the top NFL rivalry of all time and "one of the greatest in sports.

The two teams' storied on-field rivalry goes back to when the two clubs first played each other, resulting in a 26—14 Washington victory.

Since that time, the two teams have met in regular season contests and two NFC Championships. Dallas leads the regular season all-time series 70—42—2, and Washington leads the all-time playoff series 2—0.

Some notable moments in the rivalry include Washington's victory over Dallas in the NFC Championship and the latter's win over Washington for their only victory that season.

In the s, Washington has struggled to consistently compete for the Division title, but still play the Cowboys particularly tough, posting an impressive upset victory against Dallas in , despite being outclassed by the Cowboys in the overall standings.

The competition with Philadelphia has been particularly intense since the late s, when the long-moribund Eagles returned to contention.

A series of other factors heightened tensions during the s and s, including several provocative actions by Philadelphia fans and Eagles head coach Buddy Ryan.

Among these were the " Bounty Bowls ", in which Ryan allegedly placed a bounty on Dallas kicker Luis Zendejas and Veterans Stadium fans pelted the Cowboys with snowballs and other debris.

A game at Philadelphia saw Eagles fans cheering as Michael Irvin lay motionless and possibly paralyzed on the field.

In the rivalry became more intense when in the last game of the year in which both teams could clinch a playoff spot with a victory, the Philadelphia Eagles defeated the Cowboys 44—6.

The following season, the Cowboys avenged that defeat by beating the Eagles three times: twice during the regular season to claim the title as NFC East champions and once more in a wild-card playoff game by a combined score of 78—30, including a 24—0 shutout in week That three-game sweep was Dallas' first over any opponent and the longest winning streak against the Eagles since — when Dallas won seven straight matches against Philadelphia.

The Cowboys came into the game at a disadvantage with starting quarterback Tony Romo out with a season ending back injury which put backup Kyle Orton as the starter.

It was a tight game with the Eagles up 24—22 with less than 2 minutes to go in regulation. Orton got the ball and started driving down the field when he was intercepted by the Eagles defense, which ended the game and the Cowboys season.

In , the Cowboys and Eagles both won against each other on the road, with Philadelphia posting a dominant 33—10 win on Thanksgiving Day in Dallas, and Dallas returning the favor two weeks later by defeating the Eagles 38—27 in Philadelphia.

The second game between these rivals clenched a playoff spot for Dallas and led to formerly first place Philadelphia missing out on the post-season.

Dallas leads the regular season all-time series 63— The first game ever played between the Giants and Cowboys was a 31—31 tie on December 4, Dallas logged its first win in the series on October 29, and New York's first was on November 11, Among the more notable moments in the rivalry was the Giants' defeat of Dallas in the playoffs en route to their victory in Super Bowl XLII and winning the first regular season game played at Cowboys Stadium in Dallas currently leads the all-time series 65—46—2.

The two teams met in the first regular season game the Cowboys ever played in a 35—28 loss to the Steelers , the first-ever regular season victory for the expansion Cowboys in , and would later meet in three Super Bowls, all of them closely contested events.

The Steelers-Cowboys is to date the Super Bowl matchup with the most contests. It is said that the rivalry was fueled in the s due to the stark contrast of the teams: the Cowboys, being more of a "flashy" team with Roger Staubach 's aerial attack and the "flex" Doomsday Defense ; while the Steelers were more of a "blue-collar" team with a strong running game and the s-esque Steel Curtain defense, a contrast that still exists today.

Dallas leads the all-time series 16—13 including the playoffs. The bitter rivalry between the Dallas Cowboys and San Francisco 49ers has been going on since the s.

San Francisco has played Dallas in seven postseason games. The rivalry became even more intense during the — seasons.

Dallas won the first two match-ups, and San Francisco won the third. In each of these pivotal match-ups, the game's victor went on to win the Super Bowl.

Both the Cowboys and the 49ers are tied for third all-time in Super Bowl victories to the Pittsburgh Steelers and New England Patriots, with five each.

The 49ers-Cowboys rivalry is also part of the larger cultural rivalry between California and Texas. The Cowboys lead the all-time series with a record of The two teams do not play every year; instead, they play once every three years due to the NFL's rotating division schedules, or if the two teams finish in the same place in their respective divisions, they would play the ensuing post-season.

The rivalry has also resulted in notable playoff games. The all time regular seasons series record is 15—13 in favor of the Packers, and the postseason series is tied 4—4.

Unlike many NFL teams, the Cowboys do not retire jersey numbers of past standouts as a matter of policy. Instead, the team has a "Ring of Honor" , which is on permanent display encircling the field.

The Ring of Honor has been a source of controversy over the years. Tex Schramm was believed to be a "one-man committee" in choosing inductees and many former Cowboys players and fans felt that Schramm deliberately excluded linebacker Lee Roy Jordan because of a bitter contract dispute the two had during Jordan's playing days.

Jones also has sparked controversy regarding his decisions in handling the "Ring of Honor". For four years he was unsuccessful in convincing Tom Landry to accept induction.

In , thanks in part to the efforts of Roger Staubach as an intermediary, Landry accepted induction and had a ceremony on the day of that year's Cowboys-Giants game Landry had played and coached for the Giants.

In , Jones finally chose to induct Tex Schramm. Schramm and Jones held a joint press conference at Texas Stadium announcing the induction.

Unfortunately, Schramm did not live to see his ceremonial induction at the Cowboys-Eagles game that fall.

The Cowboys waited until Smith had retired as a player before inducting Aikman and Irvin, so all three could be inducted together, which occurred during halftime at a Monday Night Football home game against the arch-rival Washington Redskins on September 19, The 5 most recent inductees are defensive end Charles Haley , offensive lineman Larry Allen , and wide receiver Drew Pearson , who were inducted into the Ring of Honor during halftime of the Cowboys' game vs.

The Dallas Cowboys do not officially retire jersey numbers. As of , four numbers have been kept out of circulation: Troy Aikman 's No.

Although not mentioned before, Tony Romo 's No. Brad Sham is the team's longtime play-by-play voice. Working alongside him is former Cowboy quarterback Babe Laufenberg , who returned in after a one-year absence to replace former safety Charlie Waters.

The Cowboys, who retain rights to all announcers, chose not to renew Laufenberg's contract in and brought in Waters.

However, Laufenberg did work as the analyst on the "Blue Star Network", which televises Cowboys preseason games not shown on national networks.

Kristi Scales is the sideline reporter on the radio broadcasts. During his tenure as Cowboys coach, Tom Landry co-hosted his own coach's show with late veteran sportscaster Frank Glieber and later with Brad Sham.

Landry's show was famous for his analysis of raw game footage and for him and his co-host making their NFL "predictions" at the end of each show.

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