Getting the job done...from day one
Those who follow athletics in the U.S. easily know the "real" pastime of the country is American football, and having one of the most competitive leagues in the world, for any sport, has made the NFL exciting to watch.
Despite being a young franchise in comparison to most others around the nation, beginning in 1960, the Dallas Cowboys hold many impressive records in the National Football League, not the least of which being most Super Bowl titles.
The Cowboys solidified their status as one of the most prolific dynasties in NFL history at Super Bowl XXX in 1996 by becoming the first of only two teams to win three titles in four seasons, knocking off the Pittsburgh Steelers 27-17.
Dallas has equaled San Francisco for most championships with five, and has since surpassed the 49ers for most appearances in the Super Bowl (eight). But, perhaps even more impressive are the Cowboys' overall playoff statistics: most postseason games played in league history (54); most playoff victories (32); and most points scored. They have participated in 27 playoff years, more than any other franchise, and from 1975 to 1983 played in nine straight postseasons, another record not yet to be matched.
The consistency and dedication of the Cowboys has been evident from their birth, finishing first-place in the regular season 19 times in NFL history, second only to the New York Giants.
To learn more, visit the team website - www.dallascowboys.com