19 Cowboys Moments.
60 Years In The Making.
Take a trip down memory lane with us!
We made a timeline of 19 crucial moments from the past 60 years of Dallas Cowboys football and chose Cowboys Nation gear and collections to help highlight them all!
The Dallas Cowboys Football Club is born with a man named Tom Landry as the coach, who would become an icon not only in Cowboys Nation, but around the football world.
The foundation that led to 60 years of a monumental Cowboys legacy was built with 20 seasons of certified winning teams, an unmatched NFL streak to this day.
Originally formed as the “CowBelles & Beaux” cheer section, the group was converted this year to what is now known internationally as the often imitated, never equaled Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders.
After a decade on the grind, our Dallas Cowboys finally conquered the NFL to win their first championship with a supreme rushing attack, a couple of touchdown passes and a stingy defense.
It’s not often a single play becomes a pop culture phenomenon, but that was the case the day Roger Staubach threw the first “Hail Mary” to Drew Pearson for a game winning touchdown!
More history made: a second Super Bowl trophy to go along with TWO Super Bowl MVPs (Randy White & Harvey Martin) from the Doomsday Defense for the first and only time in NFL history!
While creating a highlight film for the 1978 team, NFL Films officially bestowed the title of “America’s Team” to the Dallas Cowboys and the name has stuck ever since.
New Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones hires his University of Arkansas teammate, Jimmy Johnson, as his new coach and together, they take legendary quarterback Troy Aikman with the 1st pick in the draft.
Known around the sports world as “The Trade”, running back Herschel Walker was traded to the Minnesota Vikings for what ended up being eighteen different players, including Emmitt Smith and leading franchise tackler, Darren Woodson.
After winning the NFC Championship game, the Cowboys coach with perfectly placed hair and a perfectly crafted game plan triumphantly yelled 4 words Cowboys Nation will never forget: HOW ‘BOUT THEM COWBOYS!!!
After a change in ownership and smart, calculated team building, the Cowboys put the world on notice with a commanding Super Bowl 27 win and the start of a new dynasty.
Being a champion is great, but you know what’s better? Back-to-back titles! The ‘Boys did it again in Super Bowl 28 and as you probably know, they weren’t done yet!
Hungry for more glory after falling in short of a championship in 1994, the defense added a Hall of Fame player in Deion Sanders and took the NFL crown for the 3rd time in 4 years at Super Bowl 30!
This is the season Emmitt Smith officially became “The G.O.A.T.” by setting the NFL record for most career rushing yards and cementing his status as the greatest running back of all time.
With 5 Super Bowl banners, premium finishes, state-of-the-art fixtures and a larger-than-life big screen, AT&T Stadium became – and still is – the crown jewel of sports venues.
Cowboys Nation will always be grateful for his contributions on the field, but Jason Witten’s award as the NFL’s Walter Payton Man of the Year will always be special for his work beyond the gridiron.
When beloved veteran quarterback Tony Romo went down in the preseason, a stellar Cowboys rookie class stepped up to lead the team on a magical run and set the foundation for today’s squad.
With their backs against the wall and the season not going as planned, the Cowboys traded a 1st round pick for a wide receiver who was well worth it: Amari COOOOOOPER!
The Dallas Cowboys usher in a new regime with championship-caliber coach Mike McCarthy leading the way for our 60th season. GO COWBOYS!!!