Dallas Cowboys 60th Anniversary
Celebrating 60 Years
From the early days to now, relive some of the greatest moments in Dallas Cowboys history as we celebrate a full 60 years of the franchise.
In The Beginning
Song rights, a name change and even a baby photographer were all a part of Clint Murchison Jr.'s efforts to bring the NFL to Dallas.
Time For Reflection
Some of the greatest players in Cowboys history from Bob Lilly to Emmitt Smith and Roger Staubach reflect on the last 60 years of America's Team.
60th Anniversary Videos
Legends Show: Takedown of a Rival
"Takedown of a Rival: Roger Staubach's Last Rally" is the story of the 1979 regular-season finale, as the Dallas Cowboys hosted the Washington Redskins in one of the greatest games in team history. Staubach's last-second touchdown to knock the Redskins out of the playoffs was the final comeback victory of his illustrious career.
60th Anniversary Wallpaper
60th Anniversary Photos
Deep Blue Documentaries
Deep Blue: Black & Blue
In 1960, the National Football League's newest franchise, the Cowboys, the first located in America's south, brought together a collection of men, both black and white, who wore the star. Who stood, perhaps unknowingly, at the forefront of change. Their single purpose? To win. But that drive, that focused commitment, also helped to bring about a cultural shift. One that affected not only the city of Dallas, but the entire country as well.
Deep Blue: Parcells' Final Ride
Presented by Pepsi - After three straight 5-11 seasons – the worst stretch of Dallas Cowboys football since the 1960s – Jerry Jones made a bold move to reel in a big fish. Bill Parcells, two-time Super Bowl championship coach with the New York Giants, left the TV studio in 2003 for his latest reclamation project: America's Team. The result was a Cinderella playoff season, a major culture change and an unlikely partnership between two powerful personalities.
Deep Blue: Doomsday II - The Dawn of America's Team
Even today, the Dallas defense of the late 1970s remains unmatched in Cowboys history. With stars like Randy White, Harvey Martin, Cliff Harris and "Hollywood" Henderson, the unit not only dominated the NFL to win the title in 1977, but also led the team to three Super Bowls in four years. In an era of fast times and high fun, the Cowboys ruled the city, enjoying their success both on the field and off. No one was bigger. No one was better. This was Doomsday II, the dawn of America's Team.
Rank'Em: Thanksgiving Performers Since 1997
Grammy Award-nominated and multi-platinum singer-songwriter Ellie Goulding will perform live at AT&T Stadium during the Cowboys game against the Buffalo Bills on Thanksgiving Day. Here's a look back at all of the halftime performers on Thanksgiving Day, which began in 1997.