Cowboys Flashback: Victory in Foxborough
Week 6 the Cowboys headed to Foxborough to play rookie quarterback Mac Jones and company. Going into the game Patriots head coach Bill Belichick had a winning record of 6-1 against the cowboys. Leaving week 6 that record is now 6-2. The Cowboys secured the W in overtime 35 to 29.
Cowboys Flashback: Keep it Pushing
Let's be real - Sunday's game against the Commanders was forgettable to say the least; now the team turns its attention to a rematch against Tampa Bay to open the playoffs.
Cowboys Flashback: Bye bye, Birdies!
The Dallas Cowboys got their revenge in round two against the Philadelphia Eagles, beating their rival behind key takeaways and an essential 3rd down conversion from one of the newest members of the team.
Cowboys Flashback: Short Term Memory
Not the finish the Dallas Cowboys were planning for on Sunday, but the team has to put it in the past with the division-leading Philadelphia Eagles coming to town this weekend.
Cowboys Flashback: Don't Blink!
It came down to the final seconds between the Dallas Cowboys and the Houston Texans in a game that most thought would be a bit of a blowout; however, the defense continues to keep the Cowboys in games, while Dak Prescott orchestrated an impressive 2:00 drill to lead the team to a 27-23 win over in-state rival.
Cowboys Flashback: All The Horsepower
All The Horsepower
DESCRIPTION: The Dallas Cowboys scored an NFL High 54 points on Sunday Night Football, beating the Indianapolis Colts 54-19. How the defense took over once again and the offense found a rhythm on this week's episode of Cowboys Flashback.
Cowboys Flashback: Home away from Home
The Dallas Cowboys secured their 4th straight victory at US Bank Stadium, dominating the Minnesota Vikings 40-3 in what was the largest margin of victory in a road game. The team feeling motivated, but focused on the next task: home against the New York Giants.
Cowboys Flashback: 4th & Wrong
The Cowboys failed to convert on 4th & 3 in overtime, falling to the Packers 31-28. The team reflects on the loss and how to move forward in this weeks episode of Cowboys Flashback.
Cowboys Flashback: Bad News Bears
Thanks to the best offensive effort this season and a breakout performance from Tony Pollard, the Dallas Cowboys defeated the Chicago Bears 49-29 on Sunday, moving them to 6-2 ahead of the bye week.
Cowboys Flashback: Dak in the Driver's Seat
In his first game back since week one, quarterback Dak Prescott had high remarks for the rookie class and their impact in the 24-6 win over the Detroit Lions, while the defense continues to impress in 2022.
Cowboys Flashback: Back to the Drawing Board
Despite dropping to 4-2 on the year after falling to the undefeated Philadelphia Eagles 26-17 on Sunday night, there were a few bright spots to pay attention to for the Dallas Cowboys, including a major milestone for running back Ezekiel Elliot, and a career first for tight end Jake Ferguson.
Cowboys Flashback: Defense Dominates (Again)
Headlined by a strip sack turned scoop-and-score, the Dallas defense set the tone from the opening whistle, while the run game continues to find its stride in the Cowboys 22-10 win over the Los Angeles Rams.
Cowboys Flashback: Guess Who's Back??
Michael Gallup finally made his return to the football field after an ACL tear in week 17 of last season – how he was welcomed back by his teammates, while a rookie made the first big play of his career in the Cowboy's 25-10 win over the Washington Commanders.
Cowboys Flashback: Gold Rush
Dallas secured a 20-17 Week 2 win over the Cincinnati Bengals as the Brett Maher 50-yard field goal lifted the Cooper Rush led Cowboys. Kyle Youmans takes a look back at the weekend of reaction after the win.
Cowboys Flashback: Lessons Learned
Listen to post game reaction from the Dallas Cowboys after a Week 1 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Cowboys Flashback: Record Setting Season
The NFL played their first week 18 in NFL history as the league added another regular season game to the season, but to a lot of Cowboys and Eagles fans this was just a glorified preseason game due to the fact that both teams have already secured a playoff spot. With covid and injuries both teams had a lot of starters missing but in true fashion this is a divisional rivalry game and both teams came to play.
Cowboys Flashback: Murray Undefeated
The Dallas Cowboys played their final regular season home game against the best team on the road in the NFL this season the Arizona Cardinals. The Cardinals entered week 17 with a record of 7-1 on the road and Kyler Murray leaves his home still undefeated at AT&T Stadium. As the Cardinals beat the Cowboys 25-22.
Cowboys Flashback: No Slump Here
Prior to kick off Sunday, the Dallas Cowboys already secured their first NFC East Championship since 2018 thanks to a strength of victory tiebreaker compliments of the Raiders win over the Broncos. Most of the players had no idea as they took the field to beat Washington 56-14.
Cowboys Flashback: 10 wins, 10 picks
Sunday the Cowboys played NFC East rival the New York Giants, who are already out of the playoff race, but could affect the Cowboys seeding. Luckily the cowboys were able to secure a win 21-6 but we will have to wait a little longer before we find out if the Cowboys have clinched the division.
Cowboys Flashback: Sack City
"We are going to win this game" is what Dallas Cowboys Head Coach Mike McCarthy said to the media when he returned to the facility after dealing with covid. There were mixed feelings about his statement, but Cowboys fans overall appreciated the confidence and it worked. Cowboys closed out week 14 with a victory 27- 20 over divisional rivals the Washington Football Team.
Cowboys Flashback: Toe Drag Swag
The Cowboys headed to the boot with some big time starters back in the line-up for the offense and the defense as they suit up to take on the New Orleans Saints who announced earlier this week that they were starting Taysom Hill at quarterback. Demarcus Lawrence I'm sure didn't care who was playing quarterback for the Saints he was just excited to get his feet wet again as he suited up for his first game since week 1.
Cowboys Flashback: Control the Controllables
The Cowboys had the most penalties Thursday night in franchise history with a total of 28 in their 33-36 loss to the Las Vegas Raiders.
Cowboys Flashback: Sack Attack
Week 11 has been circled on most fans calendars since the NFL schedule came out. Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs hosted the Dallas Cowboys at the Arrowhead stadium. The Chiefs defense won the game holding the cowboys to just 9 points, no touchdowns and Chris Jones had a career high 3.5 sacks. Final score 19 to 9 cowboys losing their second in 3 games.
Cowboys Flashback: Dan's the Man
The cowboys as a whole looked great on both sides of the ball and special team in this huge victory over the Falcons 43 to 3. Last time the cowboys won by 40 or more was during week 8 in 2000 against the Arizona Cardinals. No one is happier about this win then Cowboys Defensive Coordinator and former Atlanta Falcons Head Coach Dan Quinn who received the game ball.