Cowboys Legends Show
Legends Show: Tony Hill: Receiving His Due
Although often overlooked among the many legends who played wide receiver for the Dallas Cowboys, Tony Hill actually finished his impressive career with statistics that still to this day rank among, and even lead, his more recognized Cowboys peers.
Legends Show: Mike Ditka: Da Coach, Da Cowboy
Mike Ditka was a Hall of Fame player with the Bears and led Chicago to a Super Bowl title as a head coach. But often forgotten is his time spent with the Cowboys, having finished his playing career in Dallas before entering the coaching ranks under the legendary Tom Landry.
Legends Show: Too Mean, Too Beautiful
Harvey Martin earned a certain reputation on the field as a dominating force on the Cowboys' Doomsday Defense of the 1970s. But in truth, one of the franchise's greatest sack artists was nothing like the mean persona that opposing quarterbacks feared.
Legends Show: An Unsung Hero
His statement is famous: "Texas Stadium has a hole in the roof so God can watch His favorite team play." But to this day, D.D. Lewis is not. Yet, he overcame a childhood of poverty to not only help anchor the Doomsday Defense of the 1970s, but perhaps become the most underrated player in Cowboys history.
Legends Show: Emmitt Revisited
Hall of Fame running back, Emmitt Smith, looks back on the 60 years of the Dallas Cowboys. He also revisits some of his favorite moments and memories as one of the most legendary members to ever play on the Dallas Cowboys.
Legends Show: Staubach's Last Win
This documentary chronicles the epic comeback win over Washington in 1979, which proved to be the final victory for Hall of Famer Roger Staubach.
Legends Show: Running To Daylight
Dorsett never had the size that intimidated anyone, but he certainly made up for it with speed and quickness. An electrifying runner in the open field, Dorsett broke the NFL's record for longest rush with a 99-yard run in January of 1983. While the record was tied just recently, it obviously will never be broken.
Legends Show: A Conversation with Jerry & Phil
"A Conversation with Jerry & Phil" is the story of the 1995 regular-season opener, as the Dallas Cowboys visited the New York Giants and the announcement of the partnership between Jerry Jones and Phil Knight.
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.