About Dallas Cowboys
Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable sports team in the world.
Established in 1960 the Cowboys share the record of eight, the most Super Bowl appearances, in history of NFL. They have won five Super Bowls. The team are also the only ten in NFL history to record 20 consecutive winning seasons, during this period they missed playoffs only twice.
Dallas’ colours are Navy Blue, Metallic Silver, White, Royal Blue and Black. The franchise resides in NFC East division which it claimed the championship of 21 times.
The team has a long history of battles with its divisional opponents, Giants and Eagles and as well as being a host of yearly Thanksgiving game.
The team is coached by a two time Super Bowl champion Jason Garret who won them playing as a back-up quarterback for Dallas Cowboys. He’s coached Cowboys since 2011.
The face of the franchise is Tony Romo, an undrafted free agent quarterback. Since 2006 he has the highest passer rating in NFL. He also holds many records in Dallas’s history as well as in NFL’s one. Tony is well known for his clutch performances and he can never be discounted.
He is supported by an explosive wide receiver Dez Bryant who led the NFL in touchdown receptions last season. He’s also been nominated to a Pro Bowl twice.
If that’s not enough, Tony can also rely on sure hands of Jason Written, veteran tight end, all-time leader in receptions in Dallas history, 10 times a Pro Bowler as well as holder of some NFL records set by tight ends.
The trio is supported by a solid offensive line, namely left tackle Tyron Smith and a guard Zack Martin. Despite their young ages the couple of linemen were nominated to Pro Bowl three times between themselves.
Defensively the Cowboys enjoy a fluid game from their outside line-backer Sean Lee who is the only second line-backer ever to be honoured with intercepting Tom Brady and Peyton Manning.
Barry Church is another reliable force on the field playing as a strong safety/line-backer hybrid who led the team in tackles last season and he also led all NFL defensive backs in tackles two seasons ago.
And if the offense stalls it’s always good to know that the franchise has Dan Bailey, a placekicker who has the best field goal percentage in NFL history with minimum of 100 attempts and whose longest field goal is a nice 56-yarder.
One can never forget about the Cowboys or count them out of competing and as the team is the America’s Team it’s probably hard to do so anyway.