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1965 Season

(10-31-65) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Original, color, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(11-14-65) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - Played at the cotton bowl - Original, color, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

 

1966

(09-18-66) New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(10-16-66) Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Cardinals - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(10-23-66) Dallas Cowboys @ Cleveland Browns - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(11-13-66) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(11-20-66) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(11-24-66) Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(12-04-66) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(12-18-66) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9)

(01-01-67) 1966 NFL Championship - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Bart Starr has one of his finest hours, passing for four touchdowns as the Packers win their second straight title and fourth in six years. Tom Brown thwarts last-minute Cowboy bid, and the majority of 74,152 Cotton Bowl fans, with end zone interception of Don Meredith's fourth-down pass from the Green Bay 2 with 28 seconds left. Packers mounted quick 14-0 lead on a 17-yard Starr pass to Elijah Pitts and 18-yard scoring run with a fumble recovery by rookie Jim Grabowski, but led only 21-17 at halftime following explosive Cowboy comeback. After a 32-yard Danny Villanueva field goal had cut the Packers lead to a tenuous 21-20, Starr hit Boyd Dowler and Max McGee with 16- and 28-yard scoring passes, respectively, to provide a cushion against the Cowboys' late surge. - Original full CBS radio Broadcast from game on 4 CDs

(01-01-67) 1966 NFL Championship - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Game of the Week highlights of game - original, color (Quality 9) - Added July, 2011

(01-01-67) 1966 NFL Championship - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - NFL Films highlights of game - original, color (Quality 8.5)

(01-01-67) 1966 NFL Championship - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - From "The Way it Was" PBS series that aired in the 70’s - Added April, 2008

 

1967

(12/23/67 +12/24/67) NFL Conference Championship games - LA Rams @ Green Bay Packers, Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - "This Week in the NFL" highlights, 25 mins - original, color (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(12-31-67) 1967 NFL Championship game - Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - "The Ice Bowl" Considered by many the greatest game ever played. With thermometer shuddering at 13 below zero and a wind chill of minus 46, Bart Starr scores winning touchdown from 1-yard line with 13 seconds remaining, sealing record third straight championship for Packers and their fifth in seven years. Starr's touchdown, on third down with no timeouts remaining, climaxed a 68-yard drive in 12 plays, which had begun with 4:50 on the clock, in front of 50,861 partisans at now-legendary "Ice Bowl" game. As was the case in 1966, Packers grabbed early 14-0 advantage. But this time Cowboys came from behind to take the lead, forcing storybook finish by Green Bay to win contest later voted the greatest game in pro football history. Starr's touchdown passes of eight and 43 yards to Boyd Dowler built the first-quarter bulge, trimmed in the second quarter by George Andrie's seven-yard scoring return of a Starr fumble and a 21-yard Danny Villanueva field goal which also was set up by a Green Bay fumble. Dan Reeves' 50-yard scoring strike to Lance Rentzel on the first play of the fourth quarter triggered the dramatic denouement. - Most of the plays from game. Includes lots of original footage with Ray Scott on the call. Interviews with players from the game and includes original postgame interviews with Starr, Lombardi, etc. (Quality 10) (1hr 13 mins)

(12-31-67) 1967 NFL Championship game - Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Entire original Radio Broadcast from game on CD

(12-31-67) 1967 NFL Championship game - Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - original NFL Films highlights from game (30 minutes) (Quality 8.5)

 

1968

(12-21-68) 1968 NFC Eastern Conference Championship - Dallas Cowboys vs Cleveland Browns - Narrated Highlights in color from the game. About 12 minutes of footage and DVD also includes NFC Western Conference Championship highlights. (Quality 9) - Added December, 2008

 

1969

(10-19-69) Dallas Cowboys vs Philadelphia Eagles - GOTW highlights, original, color, 22 mins (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-28-69) 1969 NFL Divisional - Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - Original color CBS footage, 4.5 minutes of edited footage of big and scoring plays from the game (Quality 9) - Added May, 2011

(12/27/69-12/28/69) NFL Divisional Playoffs - Los Angeles Rams @ Minnesota Vikings + Cleveland Browns @ Dallas Cowboys - Original, color GOTW highlights, 26 minutes of narrated footage from game (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1970

(11-08-70) Dallas Cowboys @ NY Giants - Fran Tarkenton leads big Giants rally from 20-9 deficit with 2 late fourth QTR TDs including GW pass to Ron Johnson with 3 min left - Giants pull off 23-20 upset at home as star RB Ron Johnson (24-140-1 and 4-59-1 receiving) is HUGE on this day! - most of second half and the "GOTW" telecast from game to show what happened in missing sections of game (62 mins) (Glieber/ Gifford) (Quality 9) - added August, 2007

(11-08-70) Dallas Cowboys @ NY Giants - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(11-16-70) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - St. Louis pitches it's record tying third straight shutout with convincing 38-0 whitewash of Dallas. Using a strong running attack keyed by MacArthur Lane (16-70) & Johnny Roland (16-78-2 & 74yd TD punt return), and a Defense that intercepted Craig Morton & Roger Staubach a total four time the Cards grab full control of the Division - John Roland subbing scores 3 TDs including 74 yd punt return - includes halftime (Quality 8.5)

(12-26-70) 1970 NFC Divisional Playoffs - Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys - Incredible defensive battle goes down to last seconds with Dallas holding on for hard fought 5-0 win! Cowboys use running of Duane Thomas (30-135) and Walt Garrison (17-72) to control game. - includes pregame, commercials, postgame (Glieber/ Gifford/ Stockton) (Quality 8.5)

(01-03-71) 1970 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - 1st playoff meeting between these two in their storied history of conflicts. Dallas and their Doomsday defense picks off 49ers QB Brodie twice and advances to the Super Bowl behind the tough running of rookie Dwayne Thomas (27-143-1). Other players of interest include Mike Ditka, Dan Reeves, and 49er punter Steve Spurier. Final game ever at old Kezar Stadium (CBS)(Scott/ Summerall) (Commercials, pregame) (Quality 8.5)

(01-17-71) Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts vs Dallas Cowboys - @ Miami, FL - The Blunder Bowl! Rookie Kicker Jim O'Brien hits a game-winning 32-yard field goal with under 5 seconds to go! Dallas would injure Johnny Unitas and take him out of the game, but not before he threw the Colts only scoring pass. The pass would carom off of Eddie Hinton's fingertips, off Dallas db Mel Renfro, and would be snagged by John Mackey, who would score a 75-yard TD. Dallas' Chuck Howley, who picked off two passes, became the first defensive player and the first player from a losing team to be named MVP of the game. This Super Bowl was also the first ever played on artificial turf. (NBC)(Gowdy/ Rote/ Ennis) (Compilation tape, most of 2nd Qtr of TV broadcast = 9 rating, TV highlights of key plays, including actual footage of the winning FG = 9 rating, and also includes Super Bowl 5 NFL Films highlight film) One of the most complete DVDs of Super Bowl 5 video footage you will find.

(01-17-71) Super Bowl V - Baltimore Colts vs Dallas Cowboys - @ Miami, FL - Complete NBC Radio Broadcast on CD. - Added March, 2009

 

1971

(10-11-71) New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Dallas continues it's march to it's first Super Bowl title with early season win of Eastern Division rival New York Giants, lead by Fran Tarkenton. Cowboy QB Roger "The Dodger" Staubach starts to show his magic in this game! Stars and future well known can be seen everywhere in this game! - NBA legend Bill Russell is a guest - Pregame, half-time, and commercials Quality 9

(10-17-71) Dallas Cowboys @ New Orleans Saints - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(12/25/71-12/26/71) 1971 Divisional Playoffs - Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Miami Dolphins @ Kansas City Chiefs, Baltimore Colts @ Cleveland Browns, Washington @ San Francisco 49ers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-02-72) 1971 NFC Championship - San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(01-16-72) Super Bowl VI - Dallas Cowboys vs Miami Dolphins - @ New Orleans - Roger Staubach vs. Bob Griese - Cowboys first championship in convincing win over Miami - MVP-QB/ Roger Staubach - Includes pregame and post-game interviews (CBS)(Scott/ Summerall) (Quality 8.5)

 

1972

(09-17-72) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - GOTW highlights, original, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(12/23/72-12/24/72) 1972 Divisional Playoffs - Oakland Raiders @ Pittsburgh Steelers, Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers, Cleveland Browns @ Miami Dolphins, Green Bay Packers @ Washington Redskins - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added May, 2009

(12-23-72) 1972 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - Full Radio Broadcast on CD - Added June, 2011

(12-31-72) 1972 NFC Championship - Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - original GOTW Highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

 

1973

(10-14-73) Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Rams - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(12/22/73-12/23/73) 1973 Divisional Playoffs - Cincinnati Bengals @ Miami Dolphins, Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, Pittsburgh Steelers @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(12-30-73) 1973 NFC Championship - Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 8.5)

 

1974

(09-23-74) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - MNF - Philadelphia upsets Dallas 13-10 on the strength of their CB Joe Lavendar's famous 96 yard fumble return for a TD! - Includes commercials, pregame, half, and post (quality 8.5)

(10-06-74) Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(11-28-74) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - rebroadcast, GOTW highlights, 22 mins (Quality 9)

(12-14-74) Dallas Cowboys @ Oakland Raiders - Sat. NF - Great game as Stabler lead Raiders nip Staubach driven Cowboys - Raiders clinch playoffs. - Includes pre (Marvin Gaye sings national anthem), half, commercials (quality 9)

 

1975

(09-28-75) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(11-10-75) Kansas City Chiefs vs Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Struggling Kansas City pulls off huge upset on MNF of Super Bowl bound Dallas with thrilling, action packed 34-31 win! RB Ed Podalak (20-88-2) stars for the Chiefs, while Roger Staubach (16-31, 2tds, 243yds, plus 5-39-2 rushing) stars for Dallas.

(12-28-75) 1975 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - "The Hail Mary game" - The Vikings led by quarterback Fran Tarkenton, and a great defensive performance by Carl Eller seem to be in full control but a big Drew Pearson catch on a 4th & 17 sets up the famous Roger Staubach hail mary touchdown pass. includes pregame (3 discs) (8.5 Quality) - Named one of the NFL's greatest finishes

(12/27/75-12/28/75) 1975 Divisional Playoffs - Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers, St. Louis Cardinals @ LA Rams, Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings, Cincinnati Bengals @ Oakland Raiders - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-04-76) 1975 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angles Rams - Roger Staubach is excellent hitting on 4 TD strikes. Three of the TDS went to Preston Pearson as Dallas absolutely crushes the Rams! (140M)(1st & 4th QTRS of original broadcast only NFL Highlights used to fill in missing section, includes pre and post game)(Some 4th QTR Network problems)(CBS)(Summerall/ Brookshier) - added December, 2007

(01-18-76) Super Bowl X - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Miami, FL - Roger Staubach vs. Terry Bradshaw. - The first of 3 classic Steeler/Cowboy Super Bowls. Lynn Swann wins the MVP with his spectacular catches and 161 yards receiving. The Steel Curtain holds off a Stauback comeback in a game that goes right down to the wire. - Includes halftime, commercials, (3 DVDs) (Quality 8.5)

 

1976

(11-21-76) Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 9)

(12-12-76) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Full Radio Broadcast on CD - Added June, 2011

(12-19-76) 1976 NFC Divisional - Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - LA pays back Dallas for playoff home loss last year by going into the Cowboys home and holding on for hard fought 14-12 upset win. - 3rd quarter in audio - includes pregame, postgame (quality 8.5) - added August, 2007

(12/18/76-12/19/76) 1976 Divisional Playoffs - Washington Redskins @ Minnesota Vikings, LA Rams @ Dallas Cowboys, New England Patriots @ Oakland Raiders, Baltimore Colts @ Pittsburgh Steelers - "This Week in the Pro Football" highlights WK 15 - Summerall/Brookshier, 45 mins, color, original (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

 

1977 (Complete Season)

(09-18-77) Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - OT - Powerhouse opening match for these two, and it’s a beauty. Dallas takes 16-10 win in overtime as Roger Staubach runs over two players on four yard winning score. This was heralded rookie RB Tony Dorsett’s pro début’. - Includes Halftime and commercials (Quality 8.5) - added August, 2007

(09-25-77) WK 2 - New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - Missing A Play In The 3rd Quarter As Well As The Final 9 Minutes Of The 4th Quarter (quality 7.5) - Added October, 2008

(10-02-77) Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs Dallas Cowboys - Includes commercials, half, missing last part of game (Quality 8.5)

(10-09-77) Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Cardinals - Tony Dorsett 141 yards rushing - Missing first 18 minutes, JIP with game tied 10-10, Includes halftime and commercials (quality 9) - added August, 2007

(10-16-77) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Drew Pearson 157 yards receiving and Danny Buggs 111 yards receiving - Includes Pre-game, commercials, and half (Quality 8)

(10-23-77) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - added December, 2007

(10-30-77) Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys - A pair of early interceptions turned touchdowns propelled the powerful Cowboys to their seventh straight victory. The Cowboys held the Lions to only 120 yards total offense and seven first downs. Quarterback Roger Staubach was 16 of 25 for 179 yards and three TD passes. The stiff Dallas defense dropped Lions starting quarterback Joe Reed six times. - Includes commercials, half, and postgame (quality 9) - added August, 2007

(11-06-77) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Time and date operator audio through out game that gets annoying - added December, 2007

(11-14-77) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF compilation disc of 5 edited games - heavily edited footage from the game. Picks up at halftime - Includes Halftime, 13 minutes from the game (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2011

(11-20-77) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Great 70's rivals go at it again as Pittsburgh wins out over Dallas in hard hitting game. Besides being a GREAT hard hitting game, and Steeler RB Franco Harris (29-179-1) at his best and Cowboy Rookie RB Tony Dorsett's (17-73-1) good day, this game has periodic updates showing highlights of Walter Payton's record setting (275yds) rushing performance against the Vikings that same day. Tony Dorsett's first start. - (Quality 8.5)

(11-27-77) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - must win for Washington at home as they trail Dallas by two games. Roger Staubach rally’s his troops in the second half to lead come from behind 14-7 huge victory! Missing last minute but no scoring - added December, 2007

(12-04-77) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Rookie Tony Dorsett (23-206-2) has a record setting day in leading Dallas to 24-14 win. His 84 yard TD run in the fourth broke open hard fought game! - added August, 2007

(12-12-77) Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - MNF - Wild late season shoot out on MNF as Dallas outlasts San Francisco 42-35 behind Roger Staubach's (14-19, 220yds, 3tds) biggest game of the year and Tony Dorsett's (20-92-1) solid night. Jim Plunkett (4tds) and WR Gene Washington (5-130-1) play great for the 49ers. - missing last three minutes - includes pregame - Edberg/Olson - added December, 2007

(12-18-77) Wk 14 - Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Prelude to Super Bowl XII! Dallas shows they are the team of the year with 14-6 win at home - Joined In Progress With 7 Minutes Left In The 1st Quarter

(12-25-77) 1977 NFC Divisional - Chicago Bears vs Dallas Cowboys

(01-01-78) 1977 NFC Championship - Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - The Cowboys defense held the Vikings to 66 rushing yards and 6 points. Minnesota again started quarterback Bob Lee, who was playing for the injured Fran Tarkenton. Dallas took the early lead after defensive end Harvey Martin's fumble recovery set up wide receiver Golden Richards' 32-yard touchdown reception. In the second quarter, another fumble recovery by Martin led to a 46 yard drive, which featured Danny White's 22-yard run on a fake punt and running back Robert Newhouse's 5-yard rushing touchdown. In the fourth quarter, Cowboys linebacker Thomas Henderson forced Vikings punt returner Manfred Moore to fumble and it was recovered by Dallas tight end Jay Saldi. Five plays later, running back Tony Dorsett rushed for an 11-yard touchdown to put the game away. Cowboys just too much for aging Vikings in 23-6 victory. - Upgraded October, 2008

(01-15-78) Super Bowl XII - Dallas Cowboys vs Denver Broncos - @ New Orleans - Craig Morton vs. Roger Staubach - Cowboys humble the Orange Crush defense of the Broncos

 

1978

(preseason) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - added May, 2009

(09-04-78) Baltimore Colts @ Dallas Cowboys - added May, 2009

(09-24-78) St. Louis Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Noise in audio (Quality 7.5) - Added March, 2011

(10-15-78) Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Cardinals - OT - Drew Pearson has 101 reception yards - Includes a few commercials - added March, 2009

(10-26-78) Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - gifford/meridth/cosell pre-game - Added December, 2007

(11-05-78) WK 10 - Dallas Cowboys @ Miami Dolphins - Satellite Feed (3 DVDs) (Quality 9) - Added September, 2011

(11-12-78) Dallas Cowboys vs Green Bay Packers - Roger Staubach completed 19 of 31 passes for 200 yards, and Tony Dorsett and Robert Newhouse combined to rush for 250 yards as Dallas crushed the Packers. The Cowboys gained 537 yards, including a team-record 313 on the ground. The victory kept Dallas one game behind Washington in the NFC East, while the loss for Green Bay allowed Minnesota to tie them for the top spot in the NFC Central. Milwaukee game - Includes halftime, (Quality 8.5)

(11-19-78) New Orleans Saints @ Dallas Cowboys - added March, 2009

(11-23-78) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - summerall/stram - includes pre-game - added December, 2007

(12-03-78) New England Patriots @ Dallas Cowboys - (Quality 8.5) - Added March, 2009

(12-08-79) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - original GOTW highlights, color, 22 mins (quality 8.5)

(12-30-78) 1978 NFC Divisional - Atlanta Falcons @ Dallas Cowboys - Danny White replaces an injured Roger Staubach.

(01-07-79) 1978 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ LA Rams - Cold day in Dallas - Dallas interceptions, three by Charlie Waters, break open tight defensive game against Rams and lead to 28-0 Cowboy victory. Dallas RB Tony Dorsett (17-101-1) has a big day too. - summerall/brookshire - Some Commercials and postgame - (Quality 8.5) - upgraded August, 2008

(01-21-79) Super Bowl XIII - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Miami, FL - Terry Bradshaw vs. Roger Staubach - This is one of the most entertaining games and one of the best Super Bowls ever played. One big play follows another in the Steelers 3rd Super Bowl championship. Many Hall-of-Famers play in this one. - gowdy/brodie/olsen - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

 

1979

(09-02-79) Dallas Cowboys @ St. Louis Cardinals - St. Louis unveils star rookie RB OJ Anderson (21-193-1), but Dallas’ Roger Staubach leads yet another late minute comeback in 22-21 opening day thriller! Tony Hill 113 rec yds, Robert Newhouse 108 rush yds - (Quality 8) - Added March, 2009

(09-09-79) WK 2 - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - Missing The Last 2:06 Off The 4th Quarter - Includes Halftime and Commercials (Quality 8) - added September, 2011

(09-16-79) Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys - Payton rushed for 134 yards to become Chicago’s all-time leading rusher. Tony Dorsett rushes for 108 yards - added August, 2007

(09-24-79) Dallas Cowboys @ Cleveland Browns - added May, 2011

(10-28-79) Dallas Cowboys @ Pittsburgh Steelers - Another clash of the titans in Game of '79 as Steelers beat Cowboys again, this time 14-3 in a game full of brutal hitting! Steeler great Franco Harris (18-102-2) and tenacious Steel Curtain Defense are the keys to the victory for Pittsburgh. - Complete with pregame, half-time, commercials, and post-game. Added January, 2008

(11-04-79) Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants - Roger Staubach comeback win - Cowboys erase 14-6 deficit in 4th, Drew Pearson 124 yards receiving.

(11-12-79) Philadelphia Eagles vs Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Philadelphia's Wilbert Montgomery (25-127-1) scores from 37 yards out to clinch big 31-21 win at Dallas to make it a race in the NFC East! This game had all sorts of big plays in it and lots of action, such as Rookie Philly Kicker Tony Franklin's 59 yard FG, the 2nd Longest in NFL History, and a patented Roger Staubach comeback that feel just short!

(11-18-79) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Washington’s crucial 34-20 victory over Dallas pulls them even with the Cowboys & Eagles at 8-4 in the race for the NFC East Crown. Great Game! - added March, 2008

(11-22-79) Houston Oilers @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving Day - T-Day Battle for Texas, Houston & Earl Campbell (33-195-2) win 30-24 over Dallas & Roger Staubach (21-30, 2tds, 287yds) as both stars have big days. GREAT Game! Drew Pearson 118 rec yds - (Quality 8) - Added March, 2009

(12-16-79) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Roger Staubach's (24-42, 3tds, 336yds) final and greatest comeback! A marvelous 35-34 win over Redskins to win the NFC West! John Riggins (22-154-2) stars for Washington. Great Game! Staubach leads comeback w/ 2 TDs in final 4 min. - Named one of the NFL's greatest finishes - Game has some tracking lines and audio fluctuation.

(12-30-79) 1979 NFC Divisional - LA Rams vs Dallas Cowboys - Rams upset heavily favored Cowboys 21-19 on tipped pass late in the game that ricochets right to LA receiver who go is from 50 yards out. This is Dallas great Roger Staubach's final game. (A-)

 

1980

(08-09-80) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Glenn Carano's three-yard touchdown toss to tight end Doug Cosbie early in the fourth quarter wrapped up a 17-14 pre-season victory for the Cowboys over the Packers. The Cowboys, opening a season of transition with Danny White taking over the No. 1 quarterback spot from the retired Roger Staubach, rallied in the second half after trailing through the first two quarters, 7-3. Tony Dorsett scored Dallas' go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter on a 1-yard run to climax a drive set up by a fumbled punt return. Carano's touchdown throw to Cosbie gave Dallas a 17-7 lead, a margin that was trimmed by a 1-yard plunge from Green Bay's Nate Simpson with less than five minutes to play. - Cowboys telecast, starts at kickoff, some edited huddles

(09-28-80) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Danny White passed for 217 yards and two touchdowns and ran 48 yards on a fake punt to set up another score, leading the Dallas Cowboys to a 28-7 victory over the Green Bay Packers. White completed 16 of 20 passes and directed ball-control touchdown drives of 70, 80, 90 and 48 yards. White passed five yards to Doug Cosbie for one touchdown and 20 yards to Drew Pearson for another, while Tony Dorsett and Robert Newhouse both scored on 1-yard runs for the Cowboys. The Packers, playing amid reports that club officials are close to firing Coach Bart Starr, slipped to 1-3 with their third successive defeat. Newhouse's touchdown with 1:07 left in the first half put the Cowboys ahead for good at 14-7. The Cowboys marched 70 yards in 17 plays and consumed eight minutes, 18 seconds on the drive, sparked by White passes of 19 and 15 yards to Tony Hill and 13 to Butch Johnson. Steve Atkins score the only score of the day for Green Bay. Milwaukee game - Includes Halftime, commercials, and postgame (Quality 9.0) - Upgraded August, 2011

(10-26-80) San Diego Chargers @ Dallas Cowboys - (Quality 8.5) - added July, 2009

(12-07-80) Dallas Cowboys @ Oakland Raiders - Added October, 2008

(12-15-80) Dallas Cowboys vs LA Rams - MNF - Includes halftime w/ Bo Derek interview (Quality 8)

(12-28-80) 1980 NFC Wildcard - L.A. Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - Includes halftime and post game (Quality 8.5) - added October, 2007

(01-04-81) 1980 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons - "Duel in Dixie" - Cowboys rally in 4th Qtr from way behind to put down strong Atlanta team 30-27 in an action packed game! Alfred Jenkins had 155 yards receiving, Danny White 322 yards passing - 4 DVDs (quality 9) - added August, 2007 - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list. - Upgraded May, 2009

(01-11-81) 1980 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - Philadelphia forces too many Cowboy mistakes in what Eagles fans call their greatest win ever in this 20-7 victory. Eagle RB Wilbert Montgomery (26-194-1) has big day in frigid weather to key Philly offense. - added October, 2007

 

1981

(10-25-81) WK 8 Miami Dolphins @ Dallas Cowboys - Great finish as Dallas comes back from 13 down late in the 4th to win 28-27. Big individual stats as well. Miami: David Woodley 408 yards, 3 TD, 5 INT; Duriel Harris 165 yards rec, Jimmy Cefalo 164 yards rec, TD. Dallas: Danny White 354 yards, 3 TD, INT; Tony Dorsett 122 yards rushing, Tony Hill 106 yards rec. - (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

(11-01-81) WK 9 Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - Dallas comes back from 14-3 deficit entering the 4th quarter to win 17-14. Harold Carmichael has 85 yard TD for Philly and 151 yards receiving. Tony Hill had 121 yards receiving for Dallas - (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

(10-11-81) Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - (Quality 8.5) - added July, 2009

(11-26-81) Chicago Bears vs Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - Readded March, 2011

(12-19-81) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - OT - added August, 2008

(01-02-82) 1981 NFC Divisional - Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys - Includes CBS pre-game show (quality 9) - added October, 2007

(01-10-82) 1981 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - "The Catch" - Cinderella 49ers win 28-27 over hated Dallas on Dwight Clark's (120 reception yards on the day) finger tip game winner. Great Back & Forth Game! (Quality 9) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list. - Upgraded October, 2008

 

1982

(09-13-82) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - added December, 2007

(12-05-82) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Cowboys hand Super Bowl Champions their only loss of the season - CBS - added March, 2009

(01-03-83) Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - MNF - MNF Classic. Vikings win close one over Cowboys despite Tony Dorsett's (16-153-1) record setting 99 yard run! - Added February, 2008

(01-09-83) 1982 1st RD NFC Super Bowl Tournament - Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys - 3 discs - added January, 2008

(01-16-83) 1982 NFC Divisional - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - First playoff clash between these two and it's a good one! The game was a tale of two halves for the Packers. In the first half, Green Bay ran 20 plays, gained 109 yards and scored seven points. In the second half, they ran 37 plays, gained 363 yards and scored 19 points. Turnovers hurt Green Bay, as Dennis Thurman intercepted Lynn Dickey three times, returning one for a score. The Packers took a 7-6 lead in the second quarter after a 79-yard drive ended with a scoring pass from Dickey to James Lofton. Lofton would also score on a reverse in the third quarter. Mark Lee's interception return for a touchdown made the score 30-26 in the fourth quarter, but a Robert Newhouse touchdown sealed the win for Dallas. Dickey ended the day with 269 yards passing, but the Packers exited the playoffs until 1993. Includes NFL Today post game (Quality 8)

(01-23-83) 1982 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - The Redskins sealed the victory by converting 2 turnovers in the final period into 10 points. The Cowboys scored first after a 75-yard drive led to a 27-yard field goal by kicker Rafael Septien. But Washington then scored on an 84-yard drive that was capped by quarterback Joe Theismann's 19-yard touchdown pass to wide receiver Charlie Brown. In the second quarter, Dallas' Rod Hill lost a fumble on a punt return, setting up a 1-yard rushing touchdown by Redskins running back John Riggins (36-140-2). Late in the second quarter, Cowboys quarterback Danny White suffered a concussion and was replaced by Gary Hogeboom. Hogeboom threw two touchdowns in the third quarter, while Riggins scored on a 4-yard run. With the Redskins leading 21-17 in the final period, linebacker Mel Kaufman intercepted a pass from Hogeboom, setting up Washington kicker Mark Moseley's 29-yard field goal with 6:55 left to play. Then, defensive lineman Dexter Manley tipped Hogeboom's pass to lineman Darryl Grant, who returned it 10 yards for the game-clinching touchdown.

 

1983

(09-05-83) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - MNF - "Little Monkey Game" MNF classic as Cowboys nip Redskins by one point 31-30. RB Tony Dorsett (14-151) & WR Tony Hill (3-133-2) shine for the Cowboys, while QB Joe Theismann (28-38, 2tds, 325yds) has a good day for Washington. Great Game! Cosell refers to Alvin Garrett as "That Little Monkey", much controversy ensues. The comment overshadows great comeback by Dallas, down 23-3 at the half, behind Dorsett's 151 yds rushing inc. 75 yard run and White's 3 2nd half TD passes.

(09-25-83) WK 4 New Orleans Saints @ Dallas Cowboys - Saints have never won in Dallas leading up to this game and look poised to pull off their first win. Then the game is ended by the unthinkable for the first time in history. Ken Stabler is starting QB for Saints - Named one of the NFL's greatest finishes - (Quality 8) - Readded March, 2011

(10-09-83) Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Dallas Cowboys - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 9) - added July, 2011

(10-23-83) Los Angeles Raiders @ Dallas Cowboys - (Quality 8.5) - added March, 2011

(10-30-83) Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants - Some tracking problems for first couple of minutes then cleans up very nice (Quality 9)

(11-06-83) Wk 10 Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - (Quality 7.5) - Added May, 2011

(12-11-83) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - (Landry yells "no Danny no!") - Great late season clash as 12-2 Cowboys go up against 12-2 Redskins for 1st place! Redskins win going away - added January, 2008

(12-25-83) 1983 NFC Wildcard - Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - added May, 2009

 

1984

(08-04-84) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - preseason - Fullback Timmy Newsome scampered four yards for a tiebreaking touchdown in the fourth quarter Saturday night as the Cowboys defeated the Packers in the first preseason game for both teams. With the score tied at 17, Newsome capped a 52-yard drive with 9:39 to go and spoiled Forrest Gregg's debut as the Packers' head coach. Rookie running back Johnnie Salters added the insurance touchdown with 2:35 left on a 3-yard run. The two fourth-quarter Cowboy scores were produced by a team of reserve players and were directed by Gary Hogeboom, who dueled starting quarterback Danny White to a virtual draw in the Dallas quarterback battle. - added June, 2007

(09-23-84) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - After revealing he had broken three transverse processes in his back during the Raider game, Lynn Dickey struggled and completed just 5 of 16 passes. Green Bay could manage only 32 yards rushing, and had to rely on the defense scoring to avoid a shutout. Dallas beat up Dickey some more with four INT's and six sacks. includes halftime (Ali interview after Ali vs Holmes fight and highlights from fight during half) (Quality 9.0)

(10-21-84) New Orleans Saints @ Dallas Cowboys - OT - Great game - added March, 2009

(12-09-84) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Brawl breaks out at end of game

(12-17-84) Dallas Cowboys @ Miami Dolphins - MNF - Marino sets TD record for one year with 48 - Marino hits Clayton from 63 yds out in final 1:00 to win, Cowboys knocked out of playoffs in Dandy Don's last MNF broadcast...great game

 

1985

(09-09-85) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - fans heckle QB Joe Theismann by singing Happy Birthday to you in a Dallas blowout win - Added May, 2009

(10-06-85) Dallas Cowboys @ NY Giants (Quality 9)

(11-17-85) Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys - Despite all their successful conquest's leading up to today, this was the game that fully convinced the Nation that the '85 Chicago Bears were "for real". In thumping Dallas so soundly and convincingly 44-0 at Texas Stadium everyone knew, doubters and all, that this team was pretty special. Walter Payton rushes for 132 yards

(12-15-85) NY Giants @ Dallas Cowboys (Quality 8.5)

(01-04-86) 1985 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angles Rams - Eric Dickerson (34-248-2) enjoys the finest game of his career setting a playoff record in the process as he leads the Rams to 20-0 win over the Cowboys. - added December, 2007

 

1986

(09-08-86) NY Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Al Michaels first MNF broadcast

(11-02-86) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Added December, 2008

(11-23-86) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - added March 2007

 

1987

(10-19-87) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - added March 2007

(11-26-87) Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - OT - Thanksgiving Day - (4 discs) - added March 2007

(12-13-87) WK 14 Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Includes CBS Pre-game, Half and commercials (Quality 8) - added May, 2011

 

1988

(09-12-88) Dallas Cowboys vs Phoenix Cardinals - MNF - First game for Cardinals in Phoenix (Quality 8.5)

(10-16-88) Dallas Cowboys vs Chicago Bears - Singletary makes hit of the year

(11-24-88) WK 13 Houston Oilers @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

 

1989

(10-08-89) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Troy Aikman's first year - Pack rolls up 502 yds in offense and Green Bay's defense came through, holding the Cowboys, under new head coach Jimmy Johnson, to 45 yards rushing. - Includes commercials (Quality 9)

(10-22-89) Dallas Cowboys @ Kansas City Chiefs - Includes halftime, commercials, CBS NFL Today post-game, and KC local KCTV 5 post-game (Quality 9) - added May, 2011

(11-23-89) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - The Bounty Bowl I - The Eagles put on a 27-0 whitewashing of Dallas that was not merely the worst defeat ever suffered by Dallas on Thanksgiving Day, but the only shutout it's ever suffered on the holiday. During the lopsided game, the rivals got into several skirmishes; most notably when Dallas placekicker Luis Zendajas left the game with a concussion following a hard tackle by linebacker Jessie Small after a kickoff. Following the game, Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson alleged that Ryan had taken out a "bounty" on two of his players, then-current Dallas (and former Philadelphia) kicker Luis Zendejas and quarterback Troy Aikman. Johnson said " I have absolutely no respect for the way they played the game, I would have said something to Buddy, but he wouldn't stand on the field long enough. He put his big, fat rear end into the dressing room. " Zendejas claimed that when he was with the Eagles, a player had once received $200 - $100 each for hits on a punter and kicker. This is what led his coach Jimmy Johnson to make the accusation that a bounty had existed in this game as well. Buddy Ryan responded to Johnson's accusations with his typical charismatic bravado. "I resent that," Ryan retorted a day later. "I've been on a diet, lost a couple of pounds. I thought I was looking good." This game also marked the first time a most valuable player would be picked for a Thanksgiving game, as John Madden handed out the first "Turkey Leg Award," which resulted in an annual tradition among CBS and Fox for giving out an MVP award for their Thanksgiving coverage. Reggie White earned the distinction. - added March, 2008

(12-10-89) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - The Bounty Bowl II - After rumors spread that Eagles coach Buddy Ryan had put a bounty out on Dallas kicker Luis Zendejas during the teams' first meeting two weeks prior, the notoriously raucous Eagles fans were more than rowdy when the rematch was held in Philadelphia. CBS Sports touted the game as "Bounty Bowl II," complete with wanted posters and the offending players, with the bounty posted, as part of the network's pre-game opening, and it lived up to its expectations as a media event. With NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue in attendance, the Veterans Stadium crew didn't bother removing the snow that had piled up for several days. The volatile mix of beer, plentiful snow, the "bounty" and the intense hatred for the Cowboys led to fans throwing everything within reach. Fans threw snowballs, iceballs, batteries, and more onto the field, pelting players, officials, cheerleaders, coaches, cameramen, broadcasters, policemen, and each other. Notable targets included back judge Al Jury, who was knocked to the ground by a barrage of snowballs; Cowboys punter Mike Saxon, who was targeted in the end zone; and Cowboys coach Jimmy Johnson, who was bombarded mercilessly with snowballs, ice, and beer as he was hastily escorted off the field by Philadelphia Police. Johnson later called the fans "thugs". Verne Lundquist and Terry Bradshaw worked the game for CBS, and they spent the afternoon denouncing Eagles fans and dodging snowballs aimed at the broadcast booth (broadcast booths are traditionally open during broadcasts). Even the Eagles' players were not immune to the constant salvo of projectiles. As Eagles defensive lineman Jerome Brown stood on the players' sideline seats pleading for the fans to halt their reckless pandemonium, he merely became another raised target amidst the fans' crossfire. Future Pennsylvania governor and fanatical Eagles fan Edward Rendell got caught up in the fallout from that game when he admitted to a reporter that he was involved in the bedlam. The then-former Philadelphia district attorney and future mayor and governor had bet another fan $20 that the fan couldn't reach the field with a snowball; Rendell lost. As a result of the chaotic melee, the team added security and banned beer sales for their last remaining home game of the regular season. - added March, 2008

(12-24-89) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Packers and Cowboys play twice in same year and the Packers sweep. Don Majkowski threw for 232 yards and two touchdowns as Green Bay ended the season tied for the NFC Central division title with Minnesota. The Packers finished 10-6, but their wild-card chances ended when the Los Angeles Rams beat New England, 24-20, in a game played almost simultaneously. The Packers lost out on the Central Division title the next night when Minnesota beat Cincinnati. The Vikings won the tiebreaker based on a better division record (6-2 versus the Packers' 5-3 mark) to end an unbelievable year for the Packers. - Includes commercials, halftime, and NFL Today post-game (Quality 9)

 

1990

(11-22-90) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - Rookie running back Emmitt Smith carried 23 times for 132 yards, including two second-half touchdown runs, as the Cowboys score the final 17 points in the game. (Quality 9) (3 discs) - Added December, 2008

 

1991

(10-06-91) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Dallas, off to its best start in five years, used the passing combo of Troy Aikman and Jay Novacek and two first-half interceptions to subdue Green Bay. The Cowboys haven't been so successful since going 6-2 in 1986. Novacek caught 11 passes for 121 yards. Aikman completed 31 of 41 for 287 yards, while Emmitt Smith rushed for 122 yards. Ray Horton's 65-yard interception TD return and Aikman's 13-yard TD pass to Novacek 73 seconds later, after an interception by Issiac Holt, gave Dallas a 14-0 lead. The Cowboys held on despite an 82-yard kickoff return for a score by Charles Wilson.

(11-10-91) WK 11 Dallas Cowboys @ Houston Oilers - OT - (Quality 8.5) - Added May, 2011

(11-24-91) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Dallas upsets Redskins, 24-21, ending Washington's team record 11-game winning streak. (quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-29-91) 1991 NFC Wildcard - Dallas Cowboys @ Chicago Bears - The Cowboys jumped to a 10-0 first quarter lead and held on to win their first playoff game in nine years. Dallas' first score was a 27-yard field goal by Ken Willis. Then Cowboys linebacker Darrick Brownlow blocked a punt that was recovered by linebacker Ken Norton Jr, setting up a 1-yard touchdown by running back Emmitt Smith, who finished the game with 105 rushing yards. Bears kicker Kevin Butler kicked two field goals to cut the score 10-6 by the third period. However, Dallas responded by marching 75 yards to score on quarterback Steve Beuerlein's 3-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jay Novacek. With 2:42 left in the game, Chicago wide receiver Tom Waddle scored on a 6-yard touchdown reception from quarterback Jim Harbaugh, but the Bears could not score again. Dallas shows they are on their way to building a dynasty by giving Coach Jimmy Johnson his first playoff win, and the Cowboys first since 1982, with 17-13 win at Chicago in an upset - Added October, 2008

(01-05-92) 1991 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Detroit Lions - The Lions won their first-ever playoff game at the Pontiac Silverdome 38-6 over the Dallas Cowboys. Detroit scored on its first possession and never trailed. Quarterback Erik Kramer hit wide receiver Willie Green with a 31-yard touchdown pass to open the scoring. Kramer completed a career-high 29 passes in 38 attempts for 341 yards and three touchdowns on the day. Dallas answered with a 28-yard field goal by Ken Willis. Lions' cornerback Melvin Jenkins returned an interception 41 yards for a touchdown to put Detroit up 14-3 in the second quarter. The teams traded field goals with Willis hitting from 28 yards and Detroit's Eddie Murray booting a 36-yarder to give the Lions a 17-6 lead at halftime. Detroit scored three unanswered touchdowns in the second half. Kramer again connected with Green for a touchdown, this one for nine yards. Wide receiver Herman Moore scored the first touchdown of his career on a seven yard toss from Kramer. Running back Barry Sanders closed out the scoring with a 47-yard run in the fourth quarter. - added January, 2008

 

1992 (Complete Super Bowl Season)

(09-07-92) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - On MNF Dallas opens up their first championship season under Coach Jimmie Johnson by beating defending champs and arch rival Washington Redskins 23-10 behind RB Emmitt Smith's (27-140) big night. - Added March, 2009

(09-13-92) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Includeds Halftime, commercials and Cowboys Post-Game show - Readded March, 2011

(09-20-92) Phoenix Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(10-05-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - MNF - Added March, 2009

(10-11-92) Seattle Seahawks @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(10-18-92) Kansas City Chiefs @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(10-25-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Los Angeles Raiders - Big mid season clash sees Dallas RB Emmitt Smith (29-152-1) have big day in leading Cowboys to 28-13 win over Raiders - Added March, 2009

(11-01-92) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(11-08-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Detroit Lions - Added March, 2009

(11-15-92) Los Angeles Rams @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2009

(11-22-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Phoenix Cardinals - Added March, 2009

(11-26-92) New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - Added March, 2009

(12-06-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Denver Broncos - Elway vs Aikman - Added March, 2009

(12-13-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - Added March, 2009

(12-21-92) Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons - MNF - Added March, 2009

(12-27-92) Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboy - Added March, 2009

(01-10-93) 1992 NFC Divisional - Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - added March, 2008

(01-17-93) 1992 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - A truly great game between two great teams who hate/respect each other! Dallas wins 30-20 thriller over 49ers with big days from Troy Aikman (24-34, 2tds, 322yds) and Emmitt Smith (24-114-1) overcoming a big day from 49er WR Jerry Rice (8-123-1). A Great Game! CBS – John Madden, Pat Summerall - Includes post-game (Quality 9) - one of the 22 games listed on the NFL Greatest games series list.

(01-31-93) Super Bowl XXVII - Buffalo Bills vs Dallas Cowboys - @ Rose Bowl Pasadena, CA - includes Pre-game intros, Commercials, halftime, and post-game ; Announcers: Dick Enberg and Bob Trumpy ; National Anthem: Garth Brooks ; Coin Toss: O. J. Simpson (Quality 9)

 

1993 (Complete Super Bowl Season)

(09-06-93) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - MNF - added December, 2007

(09-12-93) Buffalo Bills @ Dallas Cowboy - Added March, 2009

(09-19-93) Dallas Cowboy @ Phoenix Cardinals - Sunday Night Football - Added March, 2009

(10-03-93) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin and Emmitt Smith were in Super Bowl form but it was 37-year-old placekicker Eddie Murray who gave the Dallas Cowboys something they've been missing - a field goal kicker. Murray, signed two weeks ago, tied a club record with five field goals, including long-distance 48 and 50 yarders, as the defending NFL champions climbed back to .500 with a 36-14 drubbing of the Green Bay Packers. Dallas, which had lost its first two games thanks in part to poor placekicking by Lin Elliott, evened its record at 2-2 while the Packers, last-second losers in two games, fell to 1-3. Aikman, who was in flawless form, hitting 18 of 23 passes for 317 yards, threw one touchdown pass and Smith, making his first start after his bitter contract dispute with owner Jerry Jones, scored on a 22-yard run and had 71 yards on 13 carries. But it was Murray's day as the 14-year veteran tied the team mark set by Roger Ruzek in 1987 against the Los Angeles Rams with a 5-for-5 performance. Each time a Cowboys' drive fizzled, Murray drilled one right down the middle. His other three field goals went 33 and 19 yards twice. The Cowboys built a 16-7 halftime lead on three Murray field goals and a 61-yard touchdown strike from Aikman to Michael Irvin. Brett Favre completed six consecutive passes on Green Bay's opening drive with a 1-yard run by Edgar Bennett producing the touchdown. - includes commercials - (Quality 8.5)

(10-10-93) Dallas Cowboy @ Indianapolis Colts - Added March, 2009

(10-17-93) San Franciso 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys - Dallas defeats the 49ers 26-17 in "Game of '93". Cowboy WR Michael Irvin (12-168-1) is unstoppable. Great Game! - added March, 2007

(10-31-93) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - Dallas beats rival Philadelphia 23-10 behind Emmitt Smith's (30-237-1) biggest rushing day of his career! - Added December, 2008

(11-07-93) New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboy - Added March, 2009

(11-14-93) Phoenix Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboy - Added March, 2009

(11-21-93) Dallas Cowboy @ Atlanta Falcons - Added March, 2009

(11-25-93) Miami Dolphins @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving Day - Amazing ending - Played on snow covered field in Dallas! - On a snowy Thanksgiving in Dallas, the Cowboys’ Jimmie Jones blocked Miami’s game-winning field-goal attempt with 0:15 remaining. With the game seemingly over, Dallas’ Leon Lett revived the dead ball, sliding into it at the Cowboys’ seven-yard line. Miami recovered the ball at the Dallas one with :03 left -- enough time for Pete Stoyanovich to kick a game-winning 20-yard field goal. - w/pregame, commercials and half-time

(12-06-93) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - added January, 2008

(12-12-93) Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - tracking lines for a few minutes around halftime - (Quality 8) - Added March, 2011

(12-18-93) Dallas Cowboy @ New York Jets - Added March, 2009

(12-26-93) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboy - Added March, 2009

(01-02-94) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - OT - Classic Finale between Cowboys & Giants for division title. Cowboys win in OT behind Emmitt Smith (32-168) and his separated shoulder! - Includes pregame, commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added October, 2008

(01-16-94) 1993 NFC Divisional - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Brett Favre would throw two TD passes in losing effort (27-17) - a 2-yarder to Brooks and a 29- yarder to Sharpe…Closed out day with 28 completions in 45 attempts for 331 yards (1 yard short of Packers' single-game playoff record) and two Tds. Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9.0)

(01-23-94) 1993 NFC Championship - San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys - Dallas defeats the hated 49ers again with 38-21 win at home despite San Francisco knocking QB Troy Aikman (14-18, 2tds, 177yds) out of the game.

(01-30-94) Super Bowl XXVIII - Dallas Cowboys vs Buffalo Bills - @ Atlanta, GA - Cowboys do it again to the Bills with second half surge

 

1994

(09-19-94) Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Barry Sanders (40att for 189yds) & Emmitt Smith (143yds) put on a show, Lions beat Cowboys 20-17 with 32 seconds remaining in Overtime - added January, 2008

(11-13-94) Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - 49ers & Cowboys go at it again in huge game. 49ers prevail 21-14 behind some clutch catches by WR Jerry Rice (5-93-1). Great Game! (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(11-24-94) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - The Jason Garrett Game - Fairy tales do come true in the NFL. Just ask Jason Garrett. Garrett, the Dallas Cowboys' third-string quarterback a week ago, was plugged in as the starter Thursday and responded with a Troy Aikman-like game, carrying Dallas from a 14-point deficit to a runaway 42-31 victory over the Green Bay Packers. Garrett led Dallas on six consecutive scoring drives, including five straight touchdowns, to open the second half while completing 15-of-25 passes for 311 yards and two scores. He forced the Packers to give up a season-high 436 yards and he led Dallas to a franchise-record 36 points in the second half. Emmitt Smith was a huge help, too, catching six passes for 95 yards and rushing 32 times for 133 yards and two scores. He's the first runner this season to gain more than 100 yards against the Packers. Green Bay had the benefit of four touchdown passes from Brett Favre to Sterling Sharpe and the somewhat surprising return of Reggie White, who badly hurt his left elbow last Sunday and wasn't expected to play. But even with the first two Sharpe scores helping the Packers to a 17-6 halftime lead and White being his usual intimidating self, Green Bay couldn't stop Garrett and the Cowboys. Garrett got the chance to make his second career start because Aikman strained his left knee and second-stringer Rodney Peete bruised his right thumb in last Sunday's game. He wound up joining Steve Beuerlein, Bernie Kosar and Peete as quarterbacks who've replaced Aikman and led Dallas to victories in the last three seasons. All three have been starters elsewhere in the NFL, but none have won championships outside Dallas, further proof that the Cowboys have built one of the NFL's best offensive schemes. Garrett's biggest plays were probably a 21-yard toss to Irvin and a 38-yarder to Alvin Harper that set up Chris Boniol's 37-yard field goal and cut Green Bay's lead to 17-6 as the second quarter ended. Before that series, Garrett was 6-of- 13 for 54 yards and an interception that led to the Packers' first touchdown. After the interception, he said he felt "jump- started." - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9)

(01-08-95) 1994 NFC Divisional Playoffs - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - The game that pretty much got Terell Buckly traded out of Green Bay - For the second straight year, Dallas knocked Green Bay out of the playoffs, and this was the worst Packer playoff loss up to this point in the team's history. Troy Aikman completed an incredible 23 of 30 passes (76.7%) for 337 yards, two touchdowns, and one interception. Jay Novacek, Michael Irvin and Alvin Harper all had more than 100 yards receiving. One of Aikman's touchdowns was a 94-yard strike to Harper that still stands as the longest play from scrimmage in Cowboys' playoff history. Aikman set two more Cowboys playoff records that day - percentage of completions and yards gained in a game. Dallas had 14 plays of ten yards or more. For Green Bay, Brett Favre was 18 of 35 for 211 yards before being pulled for Mark Brunell. - Includes FOX pregame, halftime, and some ads (Quality 9) - Upgraded April, 2008

(01-15-95) 1994 NFC Championship - Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - 49ers payback Cowboys in exciting game with 38-28 win. San Francisco uses early Cowboy turnovers to build "almost" insurmountable lead. Dallas WR Michael Irvin (12-192-2) has a tremendous day. Great Game! FOX - John Madden, Pat Summerall - includes commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9)

 

1995 (Complete Super Bowl Season)

(09-04-95) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - MNF - Added March, 2011

(09-10-95) Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(09-17-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - OT - Added March, 2011

(09-24-95) Arizona Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(10-01-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - The Redskins, a 13-point underdog, beat Dallas, 27-23, in their biggest upset victory since 1966. - (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(10-08-95) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Troy Aikman wasn't supposed to play. He did, and the Green Bay Packers wish he didn't. Nursing a sore right calf muscle and lacking a solid week of practice, Aikman looked in Super Bowl form Sunday as he threw two touchdown passes to lead the Dallas Cowboys to a 34-24 victory over the visiting Green Bay Packers. The Cowboys earned their sixth consecutive victory over the Packers, who boasted the NFL's top-rated defense and were off to their best start since 1982. Aikman said he was extremely doubtful for the game but a week of constant ice wraps, massages and electrical stimulus treatments, along with Green Bay secondary lapses, proved a perfect remedy. He hit 24 of 31 passes for 316 yards, his ninth NFL passing day of 300 yards or more and fourth against the Packers. Aikman was hurt in the first period of a 27-23 loss to Washington last Sunday and missed the rest of the game. He didn't wander far from the pocket against the Packers and was sacked only once. Green Bay rallied from a 21-point deficit behind Brett Favre, who ran 4 and 21 yards for touchdowns and hit TE Mark Chmura with an 11-yard scoring pass. Emmitt Smith rushed for over 100 yards for the fourth time this season and scored on runs of 1 and 16 yards. (Quality 9)

(10-15-95) Dallas Cowboys @ San Diego Chargers - Added March, 2011

(10-29-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Atlanta Falcons - Added March, 2011

(11-06-95) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Added March, 2011

(11-12-95) San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys - Another classic showdown between the 90's two best dynasty's, the 49ers beat the Cowboys in this one 38-20 as Jerry Rice (5-161-1) is huge in this game - Upgraded March, 2011

(11-19-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Oakland Raiders - Added March, 2011

(11-23-95) Kansas City Chiefs @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving Day - added March 2007

(12-03-95) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(12-10-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Philadelphia Eagles - 4th and 1 - (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(12-17-95) New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(12-25-95) Dallas Cowboys @ Arizona Cardinals - Added March, 2011

(01-07-96) 1995 NFC Divisional - Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - added October, 2007

(01-14-96) 1995 NFC Championship - Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Dallas outlast Brett Farve lead upstart Packers behind super running by Emmitt Smith (35-150-3). Favre Completed 21 of 39 attempts for 307 yards and three touchdowns, with two INTs. Great Back & Forth Game! This was the Packers' first appearance in the championship game since 1967.

(01-28-96) Super Bowl XXX - Dallas Cowboys vs Pittsburgh Steelers - @ Tempe, AZ - Cowboys barely hold on over Steelers as Pittsburgh's QB O'Donnell keeps throwing to the open "Cowboy"

 

1996

(09-15-96) WK 3 Indianapolis Colts @ Dallas Cowboys - The ’96 Colts were a seriously great team who were destroyed by injuries. Their amazing come from behind, on the road, and vs the defending Super Bowl Champions was truly one of the great games in franchise history. The Harbaugh-led Colts started the game with a long crushing drive that lasted nearly 11 minutes, but ended with a field goal thanks to a horrible offensive pass interference call on Ken Dilger. The Cowboys then ripped off 21 straight points and the Colts were given up for dead. Harbaugh led a pair of field goal producing drives that pulled Indy to 21-9 at the half. The Colts put together a pair of touch downs to pull ahead 22-21. Dallas got a long field goal to go up 24-22 with 13 odd minutes left in the 4th quarter. Carey Blanchard banged home the eventual game winner with 51 seconds left, but that left almost enough time for Hall of Famer Troy Aikman to bring back Dallas. They made it to the Indy 40 and tried a 57 yard field goal to win it at the gun. Chris Boniol’s field goal try was dead on, but hit the cross bar and gave the Colts a great win. Boniol also hit the crossbar right before the Colts game winning drive that would have given Dallas a 5 point lead. - Added March, 2011

(11-03-96) WK 10 Philadephia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Philadelphia leads Dallas by 3 points with under 30 seconds to go, but Dallas has driven all the way to the Eagles 2 yard line. The Eagles defense steps up trying to hold Dallas to a field goal so they can go to OT and stuffs the Cowboys on their first two attempts for the game winning score. Then on 3rd down pressure Aikman who throws into the end zone and is intercepted by Willis who makes a great play on the ball. Willis would run out of the end zone and lateral to Troy Vincent who does the rest and returns it for the winning TD. - Static in audio through entire game. Picture quality good. (Quality 8) - Added March, 2011

(11-10-96) Dallas Cowboys @ San Francisco 49ers - OT - Another classic showdown between the 90's two best dynasty's, Cowboys use control offense to take 20-17 overtime victory vs the 49ers. (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

(11-18-96) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Brett Favre completed 21 of 37 passes for 194 yards and one touchdown and find the going tough with TE Mark Chmura and WRs Antonio Freeman and Robert Brooks out with injuries. Dallas outgained the Packers, 213-61, in the first half. Dallas K Chris Boniol's five first-half field goals tied a NFL record. His seven in the game broke a club record shared by Eddie Murray and Roger Ruzek and tied for most in NFL history with Jim Bakken and Rich Karlis. - Includes MNF Pre-game, commercials, halftime, and local news post-game (Quality 9.5)

(12-28-96) 1996 NFC Wildcard - Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - added January, 2008

(01-05-97) 1996 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers - A. Johnson 26-104, Panthers end Cowboys run in huge upset! includes Pre-game, commercials, halftime, and post-game (Quality 9)

 

1997

(09-07-97) WK 2 - Dallas Cowboys @ Arizona Cardinals - TNT - Includes halftime and commercials (Quality 9) - added August, 2011

(11-23-97) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - For the Green Bay Packers, finally getting the home tundra advantage over Dallas turned out to be less important than Dorsey Levens and Brett Favre. Levens rushed for a Packers-record 190 yards and Favre threw four touchdown passes as Green Bay routed Dallas 45-17 Sunday, breaking a 10-10 halftime tie by scoring every time it touched the ball after intermission Green Bay was 9-of-9 on third downs after intermission, 13-of-17 for the game. After surrendering 467 yards last week in a loss to previously winless Indianapolis, it allowed Dallas only 211, and chipped in with a touchdown of its own - a 34-yard fumble return by Darren Sharper. A telling stat: Dallas had as many first downs as it had penalties, 11. But the most important is that the victory puts the Packers a game ahead in the NFC Central of Minnesota and Tampa Bay, which both lost. Their next two games are on the road against the Vikings and Bucs. - Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5)

 

1998

(11-26-98) Minnesota Vikings @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - Minnesota’s rookie wide receiver Randy Moss caught only three passes against the Cowboys, but all were touchdowns as he finished the day with 163 receiving yards - (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(01-02-99) 1998 NFC Wildcard - Arizona Cardinals @ Dallas Cowboys - Patrick/Theismann - Includes halftime & postgame - added August, 2008

 

1999

(09-12-99) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - OT thriller - Dallas recovers from 21pt 4th Qtr deficit to beat Redskins 41-35 in OT! Dallas' Troy Aikman (28-49, 5tds, 362yds), Emmitt Smith (23-109-1), Rocket Ismail (8-149-1) and Michael Irvin (5-122-2) have big days to over come big Redskin efforts from Brad Johnson (20-33, 2tds, 382yds), Stephen Davis (24-109-2), Albert Connell (4-137-1) and Michael Westbrook (5-159-1). There was over 1000+ yards of offense in game! (Quality 9)

(11-14-99) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Maybe losing superstars Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith and Michael Irvin was the jolt the Dallas Cowboys needed. Backup quarterback Jason Garrett snowed the poise and accuracy of Aikman, and safety George Teague helped the defense withstand a typical late game charge by Brett Favre to give Dallas a 27-13 victory over Green Bay. Playing without their Big Three for the first time in a decade, the Cowboys ended a two-game losing streak and leaped from third in the NFC East to a first-place tie with Washington and the New York Giants, both losers Sunday. The Packers lost their third straight and fourth in five games to fall below .500 in the second half of a season for the first time since 1994. This was their eighth straight loss at Texas Stadium. Dallas, which had blown leads of 17, 14 and 10 points in losing three of its last four games, looked to be on its way to another one despite having led 20-3 with 10 minutes, 40 seconds left. Favre shook off three quarters of missed opportunities — both by him and his receivers — to throw a 26-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Freeman with 6:53 to go, then set up Ryan Longwell's 31-yard field goal with 1:21 to play to close Green Bay to 20-13. The Packers recovered the onside kick and moved to the Dallas 25 with 21 seconds left before Teague intercepted a pass on the sideline and coasted 95 yards for a touchdown. - (Quality 9.0)

(01-09-00) 1999 NFC Wildcard - Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - w/commercials & halftime - added March, 2007

 

2000

(11-05-00) San Francisco 49ers @ Dallas Cowboys - OT- Owen's stands on star in celebration - added March, 2009

 

2002

(09-08-02) Dallas Cowboys @ Houston Texans - Texans first game - The Houston Texans became the first NFL expansion team in 41 years to win their debut, stinging the favored Dallas Cowboys 19-10 before a sellout crowd at Reliant Stadium. Rookie quarterback David Carr completed 10 of 22 passes for 145 yards and two touchdowns, including a 19-yarder to tight end Billy Miller for the team's first-ever touchdown. The Texans also notched their first safety when defensive tackle Seth Payne sacked Cowboys' quarterback Quincy Carter in the end zone. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

(10-27-02) Seattle Seahawks @ Dallas Cowboys - Seattle wins the game 17-14 in the last minute, but Emmitt Smith (24-109-1) is the story as he surpasses Walter Payton to become the NFL's All Time Leading Rusher during this game! (Quality 8.5)

(11-28-02) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - Down 20-10, the Cowboys came back to post their 10th consecutive victory over the archrival Redskins. Dallas running back Emmitt Smith ran for 144 yards, becoming the only player in history to eclipse the 17,000 career rushing-yards mark. - Includes FOX Pregame show, commercials and halftime (Quality 8.5) - Added December, 2008

 

2003

(09-15-03) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - OT - MNF - "Parcells 1st game vs Giants" - Added August, 2008

(01-03-04) 2003 NFC Wildcard - Dallas Cowboys @ Carolina Panthers - added August, 2008

 

2004

(10-17-04) Pittsburgh Steelers @ Dallas Cowboys - "Big Ben's Rookie season and one of his early Comebacks as he defeats Vinny Testerverde and the Cowboys! Excellent ending! - Added March, 2009

(10-24-04) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - With coach-general manager Mike Sherman directing the offense for the second straight game, the Packers scored on their first seven possessions. The Packers snapped a three-game losing streak at Lambeau Field and Brett Favre beat the Cowboys for just the second time in 10 tries. Ahman Green ended a month-long funk by rushing for 163 yards and two scores, including a 90-yarder in the third quarter. He became the second player in NFL history with two career touchdown runs of at least 90 yards, joining Bo Jackson, who did it in 1987. Green, who had a 98-yarder last December, also set a franchise record with his 27th 100-yard game, breaking Jim Taylor's record.

(11-15-04) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - McNabb Scramble and Passes for 345 yds and 4 TDs. Terrell Owens 134 yds and 3 TDs - added March, 2007

(12-06-04) Dallas Cowboys @ Seattle Seahawks - Incredible back & forth game on MNF! Seattle jumps out to quick 14-3 lead, only to see Dallas come back to take 29-14 advantage late in the third. But the Seahawks seem to win the game when storming all the way back to 39-29 lead with less than three minutes remaining. But the Cowboys score two touchdowns in the final two minutes and survive Hail Mary pass in their end zone on the last play of the game to pull off amazing, and somewhat controversial, 43-39 victory on the road. Dallas is lead by rookie RB Julius Jones (30-198-3), while Seattle's QB Matt Hasselbeck (414yds, 3tds) and legendary WR Jerry Rice (8-145-1) shine - added August, 2008

(01-02-05) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Owen's stands on star in celebration - added March, 2009

 

2005

(09-11-05) Dallas Cowboys @ San Diego Chargers - added March, 2009

(09-19-05) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - MNF - Commercials left in with chapter points (use chapter advance button to skip commercials); includes cool MNF opening featuring Anthony Anderson, Riggo, Tony Dorsett and cast of :Lost" Skins win 14-13 on the strength of two incredible TD Brunell-to-Moss hookups and one monster nail-in-the-coffin Sean Taylor hit! Brunell: 291 yds., Moss 159 yds. Includes commercials and halftime (Quality 9.5)

(11-24-05) Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys - Thanksgiving - OT - Broncos running back Ron Dayne rushed for a 16-yard touchdown in the third quarter and his 55-yard scamper set up Jason Elam’s game-winning 24-yard field goal in overtime. (Quality 9) - Added September, 2008

 

2006

(09-17-06) Washington Redskins @ Dallas Cowboys - Includes pregame, halftime, and postgame (with Football night in America)

(10-29-06) Dallas Cowboys vs Carolina Panthers - Tony Romo's first NFL start and he would make the most of it leading the Cowboys to the win. - Includes pregame, halftime, and postgame (with Football night in America)

(11-05-06) Dallas Cowboys @ Washington Redskins - added March, 2007

(01-06-07) 2006 NFC Wildcard - Dallas Cowboys @ Seattle Seahawks - "The Bobble" - Great game and amazing ending - Dallas Cowboys' quarterback Tony Romo, a four-year veteran who earned the starting job and made the Pro Bowl for the first time in his career during the regular season, botched the hold on a potential game-winning field goal with 1:19 left in the fourth quarter, allowing the Seattle Seahawks to escape with a victory. It was all set up when Seattle got the ball in the 4th when a pass interference penalty on Dallas' Terence Newman gave them a first down on the 1-yard line. But Seattle failed to get into the end zone with their next four plays, turning the ball over on downs at the 2-yard line. On the first Dallas play after the turnover, Cowboys receiver Terry Glenn caught a short pass, but then lost a fumble. The ball was recovered by Seattle in the end zone for a touchdown, but after a Dallas challenge the referee ruled the play a safety, cutting the score to 20-15 and giving the ball back to the Seahawks at around the 50-yard line after the ensuing free kick and return. Four plays later, Hasselbeck's 37-yard touchdown pass to Stevens gave Seattle a 21-20 lead. The Seahawks attempted a two-point conversion to give themselves a three-point lead, but Hasselbeck's pass failed. Dallas took the ensuing kickoff and marched down to the Seahawks' 8-yard line. On third down, Witten caught a pass that was initially ruled a first down on the 1-yard line, but after an instant-replay challenge, officials ruled Witten had been tackled at the 2-yard line, bringing up fourth down. With 1:19 left in the game, Gramatica lined up to attempt a 19-yard field goal, but Romo dropped the ball while setting it up for a hold. Romo picked up the fumble and tried to run with it for either a touchdown or a first down, but he was tackled at the 2-yard line by safety Jordan Babineaux, turning the ball over on downs and allowing Seattle to run the clock down to eight seconds before punting back to Dallas. On the last play of the game, Romo's Hail Mary pass fell incomplete in the end zone. - added March, 2007

 

2007

(10-14-07) New England Patriots @ Dallas Cowboys - Close game until the 4th Qtr - Added January, 2008

(11-29-07) Green Bay Packers @ Dallas Cowboys - Billed as the best game all year that no one could watch because it would be on NFL network which wasn't carried by the main cable companies yet. Favre would get injured in the 2nd Qtr and Aaron Rodgers would get a chance to actually play. Rodgers led the Packers all the way back into the game, but the Cowboys pulled away late. Rodgers completed 18 of 26 passes for 201 yards and one touchdown for a 104.8 passer rating, plus had five rushes for 30 yards. Ryan Grant had 14 carries for 94 yards and two touchdowns, the first multiple-TD game of his career. In the first quarter, Grant found a small opening off right guard and sprinted for a 62-yard touchdown. - Includes NFL Total Access Pregame, Commercials, Halftime, post-game interviews (Quality 9) - added January, 2008

(12-09-07) Dallas Cowboys @ Detroit Lions - Lions take lead into 4th and Romo leads Cowboy comeback - Added January, 2008

(12-16-07) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - McNabb returns from injury and leads Eagles over Cowboys - Added January, 2008

(01-13-08) 2007 NFC Divisional - New York Giants @ Dallas Cowboys - With 23 seconds left in the game, Giants defensive back R. W. McQuarters intercepted a pass from Tony Romo in the end zone to preserve a victory over the Cowboys, who had defeated New York twice during the season. The win marked the first time in 20 years that the NFC's #1 seeded team had been eliminated in the divisional round and sent the Cowboys home with their sixth consecutive playoff loss since 1996. - added April, 2008

 

2008

(09-15-08) Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Shootout on MNF! This game had everything it seemed, from big plays, to rare plays, comical plays, you name it, it had it! Dallas wins it's final Home Opener in Texas Stadium 41-37 over Philadelphia in a thriller! - Includes football night in america pregame show and halftime - (quality 9.5) 3 discs - Added October, 2008

(09-21-08) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - The Packers had a plan to stop Terrell Owens, and did it ever work. Unfortunately for them, just about everyone else on the Cowboys' offense had a big night. Even unheralded backup receiver Miles Austin got into the act with a pair of big catches. With Owens uncharacteristically silent on and off the field - he didn't talk after the game - Marion Barber ran for a career-high 142 yards and a touchdown, and rookie Felix Jones added a 60-yard touchdown run in the second quarter. Jones has scored in his first three NFL games, the first player since Andre Davis and Donte' Stallworth in 2002 to do so. Then Austin, who plays mostly on special teams and came into Sunday's game with seven career receptions, sealed the win with a 52-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter. Dallas joined the reigning Super Bowl champion New York Giants as the NFC's only undefeated teams. Aaron Rodgers did not throw an interception, becoming the first Packers starting QB to not throw an interception in his first three games of the season. Scott Hunter, who replaced Bart Starr as the Packers' starter in 1972, was the last to accomplish the feat. In their sixth game in Green Bay, the Cowboys won for the first time at Lambeau Field.

(09-28-08) Washington Redskins vs Dallas Cowboys

(10-12-08) Dallas Cowboys @ Arizona Cardinals - OT - Added March, 2011

(11-02-08) Dallas Cowboys @ New York Giants - Added March, 2011

(12-14-08) Dallas Cowboys vs New York Giants

 

2009

(11-15-09) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Aaron Rodgers threw for 189 yards and a touchdown, and the Packers dominated to hand Tony Romo his first-ever loss in November. Rodgers completed 25-of-36 passes and also rushed for a score for Green Bay. Ryan Grant ran for 79 yards on 19 carries, and Donald Driver caught four passes for 50 yards. Spencer Havner had a touchdown reception in the win. Charles Woodson had eight tackles, a sack, an interception and two forced fumbles for a staunch Packers defense, which sacked Romo a total of five times. Romo, who came into the game with a perfect 13-0 November record, did not have a good return to his home state, recording 251 passing yards with a touchdown and an interception on 24-of-39 passing for the Cowboys. Roy Williams caught five passes for 105 yards and a touchdown, and Marion Barber led a weak rushing attack with 26 yards on five carries. - Includes Gameday morning Pregame, FOX Pregame, Halftime, Monday QB, Pack Attack (T.J. Lang guest), Mike McCarthy Show (Aaron Rodgers guest), NFC Playbook, Inside the Huddle w/ Donald Driver (Desmond Bishop guest), Inside Lambeau (Ryan Grant guest) - 3 DVDs - (Quality 9) - Added March, 2011

(01-09-10) 2009 NFC Wildcard - Philadelphia Eagles @ Dallas Cowboys - Added March, 2011

(01-17-10) 2009 NFC Divisional - Dallas Cowboys @ Minnesota Vikings - Added March, 2011

 

2010

(11-07-10) Dallas Cowboys @ Green Bay Packers - Added March, 2011

 

Yearbooks

Dallas Cowboys Yearbooks - 1960 (original), 1975 (original), 1976 (original), 1977 (original), 1978 (original), 1979 (original), 1980 (original), 1981 (original), 1982 (original), 1985 (original) - Updated May, 2011