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Lee Sean Lee. Penn State. Vander Esch Leighton Vander Esch. Das zweite Spiel gegen die Philadelphia Eagles gewannen die Cowboys auch.
Allerdings wurde Romo so hart gesackt , dass er für den Backup-Quarterback Brandon Weeden ausgewechselt werden musste.
Obwohl dieses Spiel noch mit gewonnen wurde, wurden die nächsten sieben Spiele ohne ihre zwei Topspieler verloren. Dieses Spiel wurde auch wieder gewonnen, weshalb man in Dallas auf ein Comeback hoffte.
Allerdings wurden diese Hoffnungen bereits im nächsten Spiel gegen die Carolina Panthers zunichtegemacht, in dem mit verloren wurde. Verschlimmert wurde diese Niederlage zudem von der Tatsache, dass Romo nach einem erneuten Sack erneut verletzt vom Platz musste.
Mit dieser Bilanz konnten die Cowboys im anstehenden Draft ihren ersten Spieler schon an vierter Stelle auswählen. Mit dem Pick wurde der Runningback Ezekiel Elliott ausgewählt.
Zudem wurde in der vierten Runde an Stelle Dak Prescott als Backup-Quarterback gewählt. Da sich Romo im dritten Spiel der Pre-Season schwer verletzte,  wurde er von Prescott, der in den Vorbereitungsspielen starke Leistungen zeigte, vertreten.
Nachdem das erste Spiel gegen die Giants noch knapp mit verloren ging, konnten die Cowboys die nächsten elf Spiele hintereinander gewinnen.
Der ehemalige Rekord lag bei 1. The game was tight throughout. With less than 3 minutes to go, the Cowboys were down 21—18 but had the ball and were starting to drive down the field.
Their playoff hopes were destroyed after Tony Romo threw a game ending interception. They lost 28—18, ending their season with an 8—8 record and missing the playoffs for the third straight year.
The Cowboys opened the season by defeating their division rival New York Giants 36— This win was punctuated after Giants quarterback Eli Manning threw an interception to Brandon Carr whom returned it for a touchdown.
This was the first time the Cowboys had defeated the Giants at home since Just like the previous year, the Cowboys lost 3 of their next 4 games.
Numbers wise Tony Romo had an excellent day throwing for over yards with 5 touchdowns. However, late in the 4th quarter with the game tied at 48 he threw an interception to Danny Trevathan which set up the Broncos winning field goal.
They rebounded in Week 6 by decisively defeating the division rival Washington Redskins 31— Week 7 brought another division game, this time against the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Cowboys were firing on all cylinders that day winning 17—3. However, the next week they lost to the Detroit Lions in a tight 31—30 loss to end the month of October.
They went 3—1 in the month of November which included another win over the Giants. Their sole loss that month was a Week 10 blowout loss to the New Orleans Saints.
The Week 15 loss to the Packers was especially bitter since they had a 26—3 halftime lead. Talk of the annual "December Curse" was in full affect.
They came into their Week 16 division matchup against the Redskins with a 7—7 record but still in the hunt with the Eagles for the NFC East crown.
In the game they started the 4th quarter down 23— They battled back to win 24— The win was highlighted by a 4th and goal touchdown pass from Romo to DeMarco Murray from the 12 yard line with left.
However, Romo received a serious back injury during the 4th quarter. While he was able to finish the game, the injury prematurely ended his season.
For the third consecutive year the Cowboys entered Week 17 one win away from the division title along with their opponents the Eagles.
The Cowboys came into the game with a 5—0 division record. With Romo out backup quarterback Kyle Orton started. With less than 2 minutes left and being down 24—22, Orton threw a game-ending interception, losing the game, finishing and missing the playoffs for the fourth straight season.
After starting with an embarrassing 28—17 loss to the San Francisco 49ers, the Cowboys went on a roll, winning their next 6 games. It was their longest winning streak since The Seahawks' loss in that game was only their second home loss in the past three seasons.
The streak was ended by their division rival Washington Redskins in overtime 20— However, Romo once again injured his back. He was out the next game against the Arizona Cardinals where backup Brandon Weeden started, and the Cardinals won 28— The Cowboys entered their annual Thanksgiving Day game with an 8—3 record, identical with their opponents the Philadelphia Eagles.
The Eagles got off to a fast start and the Cowboys were never able to catch up, thus the Eagles won 33— They rebounded the next week over the Chicago Bears 41—28 to clinch their first winning season since Week 15 was a rematch against the Eagles.
This time the Cowboys got off to a hot start going up 21—0. However, the Eagles then scored 24 unanswered points. The Cowboys came back with a yard drive capped with a DeMarco Murray touchdown run.
The Cowboys took full advantage of that, with Dez Bryant scoring his third touchdown of the evening, the most in one game in his career. The Eagles had two more turnovers, including another Sanchez interception to end the game.
The Cowboys won 38—27 to take over first place. Week 16 started with the Eagles losing to the Redskins 27—24, meaning the Cowboys could clinch their division if they were able to beat the Indianapolis Colts.
They responded by routing the Colts 42—7 to win the NFC East and make the playoffs for the first time since Their final regular-season game was on the road against the Redskins, where the Cowboys won 44—17 to finish the season at 12—4, the 3 seed, and undefeated in away games.
They also finished December 4—0 which was huge after they had struggled in the month of December during recent years. The Lions got off to a hot start going up 14—0 in the first quarter.
The Cowboys initially struggled on both sides of the ball. However, in towards the end of the 2nd quarter Romo connected to Terrance Williams for a yard touchdown pass.
The Lions hit a field goal before halftime to go up 17—7. The Cowboys came out swinging to start the second half by picking off Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford on the first play of the 3rd quarter.
Dan Bailey missed a field goal during their ensuing drive. The Lions then kicked another field goal to make the score 20—7.
A DeMarco Murray touchdown run later in that quarter closed the gap to 20— A yard field goal almost 3 minutes into the 4th quarter put the Cowboys down by 3.
The Lions got the ball back and started driving down the field. A yard pass on 3rd down from Stafford to Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew was initially flagged as defensive pass interference against Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens.
The flag was then picked up by the officiating crew and the penalty was nullified. Dallas got the ball back on their yard line and had a successful 59 yard drive which was capped off by a 8-yard touchdown pass from Romo to Williams to give the Cowboys their first lead of the game 24— The Lions got the ball back with less than to play.
Stafford fumbled the ball at the 2-minute mark and was picked up by Cowboys defensive tackle DeMarcus Lawrence who then fumbled the ball which gave the Lions the ball back.
Lawrence redeemed himself by sacking Stafford on a 4th and 3 play which lead to Stafford fumbling the ball again which Lawrence recovered to end the game, winning 24— This was the first time in franchise playoff history that the Cowboys had been down by more than 10 points at halftime to come back and win the game.
There was a lot of hype in the week leading up to the game, as during the regular season, the Packers had gone 8—0 at home while the Cowboys had gone 8—0 on the road.
At halftime the Cowboys had a 14—10 lead and went up 21—13 in the 3rd quarter. However, the Packers came back to take a 26—21 lead in the 4th quarter.
With less than 5 minutes in the game on a 4th and 3 play Romo threw a yard pass to Bryant to put them at the 1 yard line.
However, Packers head coach Mike McCarthy challenged the catch and the ruling was overturned. The explanation given was that Bryant didn't maintain control of the ball as he came down with it.
The ball was turned over on downs and the Packers ran the clock out to win the game 26—21, thus ending the Cowboys season. Marinelli was largely credited for greatly improving the Cowboys defense, which was the worst-ranked defense the previous season under Monte Kiffin.
After their successful season, the Cowboys began the season with high expectations. During Week 1, Tony Romo managed to lead the team to an astonishing comeback against the New York Giants for a 27—26 win, despite the loss of Dez Bryant.
The next week against the Philadelphia Eagles, Romo was taken out with a collarbone injury, but the Cowboys won 20—10 to give them a 2—0 start.
Romo missed the next seven games, and the Cowboys lost all of those games to drop to 2—7. Romo finally returned in Week 11 to lead the Cowboys to a 24—14 victory against the Miami Dolphins, but in the Cowboys' next game on Thanksgiving Day, Romo injured his collarbone again and was ruled out for the rest of the season, and the team was slaughtered by the then-undefeated Carolina Panthers 33—14, dropping their record to 3—8.
In the next game on Monday Night Football , the Cowboys defeated the Washington Redskins 19—16, which proved to be their last win of the season and their only win without Romo as starter.
After that, the Cowboys lost to the Buffalo Bills and then lost against the Redskins 34—23 to finish the regular season with a record of and a last place finish in the NFC East.
The Cowboys went 3—1 with Romo as the starting quarterback, but they were 1—11 in all of their other games. During a preseason game against the Seattle Seahawks, Tony Romo suffered a back injury, allowing Prescott to become starter for the season.
With Prescott's stellar play, along with Elliott's running game, the Cowboys finished with a 13—3 record, earning them home field advantage throughout the playoffs.
After the season, Romo retired after 14 seasons with the Cowboys and Prescott was named Offensive Rookie of the year. In August the NFL announced that star running back Ezekiel Elliott would be suspended the first 6 games of the season for violating the league's personal conduct policy stemming from accusations of domestic abuse from an ex-girlfriend in Elliott maintained his innocence and was never criminally charged.
The suspension was on and off again through the first two months of the season due to him attempting to appeal this decision.
The Cowboys started the season by defeating the New York Giants 19—3. During Week 2 they were routed by the Denver Broncos 42— They bounced back in Week 3 winning on the road against the Arizona Cardinals 28— They returned home for a 2-game homestand and lost both games, first to the Los Angeles Rams then to the Green Bay Packers 35— After a Week 6 bye they returned to form by blowing out the San Francisco 49ers 40— Week 8 was a division game against the Washington Redskins, in which the Cowboys won 33— In Week 9 the Cowboys faced the Kansas City Chiefs, and became the first team that season to intercept Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith en route to a 28—17 win.
It was the Cowboys 3rd straight win which brought them to 5—3. It was after this game that Elliott's suspension came into effect. The Cowboys would lose their next 3 games in embarrassing fashion to the Atlanta Falcons 27—7, division leading Philadelphia Eagles 37—9, and on Thanksgiving Day to the Los Angeles Chargers 28—6.
On Week 13 they hosted the Redskins in which the Cowboys showed their season was far from over by defeating the Redskins 38— Former Redskins Running back Alfred Morris rushed for yards with one touchdown against his former team.
Dez Bryant caught a touchdown which made him the Cowboys all-time leader in receiving touchdowns. Week 14 was another division game against the Giants, in which the Cowboys won 30— The Cowboys had a late 20—17 lead when a defensive pass interference against them put the Raiders in the red zone with less than a minute left.
Raiders quarterback Derek Carr tried rushing in a potential game winning TD but Cowboys safety Jeff Heath caused Carr to fumble the ball before the ball crossed the endzone to force a touchback and seal a Cowboys victory.
Elliott returned from suspension on Week 16 against the Seattle Seahawks. Despite this the Seahawks prevailed 21—12 to eliminate the Cowboys from playoff contention.
Their season ended on a 6—0 win against the Eagles to finish with a second place record. Before the season began the Cowboys parted ways with 3 of their key offensive players.
Wide receiver Dez Bryant was released in April His performance had steadily declined since the season. During the season he started having sideline outbursts.
Longtime tight end Jason Witten retired in May after 15 seasons. Other additions prior to the start of the season was former Jacksonville Jaguars wide receiver Allen Hurns who signed for 2 years and wide receiver Tavon Austin whom the Cowboys received from the Los Angeles Rams in exchange for a 6th round draft pick.
The season started out with a disappointing loss to the Carolina Panthers 16—8. The following week they bounced back to beat the New York Giants 20— Week 3 against the Seattle Seahawks was a mess offensively as Dak Prescott threw two costly interceptions.
Ezekiel Elliott also had a 4th quarter fumble that ended any chance of a comeback. The Seahawks prevailed with a 24—13 victory.
In Week 4 to beat the Detroit Lions thanks to a game-winning field goal by Maher as time expired. October was not a good month for the Cowboys as they went 1—2.
In Week 5, they lost to the Houston Texans 19—16 in overtime. Despite entering December with a record of 8—3, they lost their slim grip on 1st place in the division with losses to the New York Giants and San Diego.
Talks of past December collapses resurfaced, and another collapse in seemed validated. However, the team surged in the final three weeks of the season with a 24—17 victory at the Superdome, ending New Orleans' previously unbeaten season in week For the first time in franchise history, they posted back-to-back shutouts when they beat division rivals Washington 17—0 and Philadelphia 24—0 to end the season.
Six days later, in the wild-card round of the playoffs, Dallas played the Eagles in a rematch of week The Cowboys defeated the Eagles for the first Cowboys' post-season win since the season, ending a streak of six consecutive NFL post-season losses.
Dallas ended their playoff run after a hard divisional playoff loss to the Minnesota Vikings. After beginning the season at 1—7, Phillips was fired as head coach and was replaced by offensive coordinator Jason Garrett as the interim head coach.
The Cowboys held the lead through most of the game, until a fumble, blocked punt, and interception led to the Jets coming back to win the game.
In week 2 the Cowboys traveled to San Francisco to play the 49ers. In the middle of the 2nd quarter, while the Cowboys trailed 10—7, Tony Romo suffered a rib injury and was replaced by Jon Kitna.
Kitna threw 1 touchdown and 2 interceptions until Romo returned in the 3rd quarter as Dallas trailed 17—7. Romo then threw 3 touchdown passes to Miles Austin as the Cowboys rallied to send the game into overtime.
On their opening possession after a 49ers punt, Romo found wide receiver Jesse Holley on a yard pass, which set up the game-winning field goal by rookie kicker Dan Bailey.
The Cowboys ended the season 8—8. The Cowboys started off the season on a high note by defeating the defending Super Bowl champion New York Giants 24—17 on the opening night of the season.
They would hover around the. Going into Week 17 they found themselves once again one win away from winning the division.
Dallas once again finished the season 8—8. In the season the Cowboys started off by defeating the New York Giants for the second straight year; this time 36— The win was punctuated by Brandon Carr intercepting an Eli Manning pass for a touchdown late in the 4th quarter.
For the third straight year Dallas once again found themselves stuck in the. They battled it out with the Philadelphia Eagles for control of the division throughout the season.
In December however they lost 2 crucial back to back games to Chicago and Green Bay. They were very successful in division games having a 5—0 division record heading into another Week 17 showdown for the NFC East crown against the Eagles.
That included beating Washington 24—23 on Week 16 thanks to late game heroics of Tony Romo. However Romo received a severe back injury in that game which prematurely ended his season.
The Cowboys called upon backup quarterback Kyle Orton to lead them into battle on the final week of the season. Orton was unsuccessful who threw a game ending interception to the Eagles which allowed the Eagles to win 24— Dallas ended the year at 8—8 for the third year in a row.
The only difference of this 8—8 ending compared to the others was that Dallas ended the season in second place compared to the 2 previous 3rd-place finishes.
To start off the season Dallas began by losing to San Francisco 28— After that they went on a 6-game winning streak. The highlight of this streak was defeating the Seahawks at CenturyLink Field 30— In Week 8, the Redskins won in overtime 20—17, and Romo injured his back again.
Dallas played their traditional Thanksgiving home game against division rival Philadelphia. Both teams were vying for first place in the division with identical 8—3 records.
The Eagles got off to a fast start and the Cowboys were unable to catch up, losing 33— They would rebound the next week when they defeated Chicago 41— Week 15 was a rematch against 1st place Philadelphia.
This time it was the Cowboys who got off to a fast start going up 21—0. Then the Eagles put up 24 points but Dallas came back to win 38—27 to go into first place for the first time in the season and improve to 10—4.
Going into their Week 16 matchup at home against Indianapolis, Dallas was in a position to clinch their first division title since by defeating the Colts and the Eagles losing that week to the Redskins.
Dallas ended the regular season with a 12—4 record and an 8—0 away record when they won on the road against Washington 44— On January 4, , the Cowboys, as the number 3 seed, hosted the number 6 seed Detroit Lions in the wild card round of the NFL playoffs.
In the game, the Lions got off to a hot start, going up 14—0 in the first quarter. Dallas initially struggled on both sides of the ball.
However, towards the end of the second quarter Romo threw a yard touchdown pass to Terrance Williams. Matt Prater of the Lions would kick a field goal before halftime to go up 17—7.
Dallas came out swinging to start the second half by picking off Detroit quarterback Matthew Stafford on the first play of the third quarter.
However, the Cowboys failed to capitalize on the turnover, as Dan Bailey missed a field goal during Dallas's ensuing drive.
Detroit then kicked another field goal to make the score 20—7. A DeMarco Murray touchdown later in that quarter closed the gap to 20— A yard Bailey field goal almost 3 minutes into the fourth quarter trimmed the Cowboys' deficit to 3.
The Lions got the ball back and started driving down the field. On 3rd down-and-1 of that Lions drive, Stafford threw a yard pass intended for Lions tight end Brandon Pettigrew , but the ball hit Cowboys linebacker Anthony Hitchens in the back a fraction of a second before he ran into Pettigrew.
The play was initially flagged as defensive pass interference against Hitchens. However, the penalty was then nullified by the officiating crew.
The Cowboys got the ball back on their yard line and had a successful yard drive which was capped off by an 8-yard touchdown pass from Romo to Williams to give the Cowboys their first lead of the game at 24— The Lions got the ball back with less than to play in regulation.
Stafford fumbled the ball at the 2 minute mark. The fumble was recovered by Cowboys defensive end DeMarcus Lawrence , who then fumbled the ball which was recovered by the Lions.
Lawrence would redeem himself by sacking Stafford on a 4th down-and-3 play. The sack led to Stafford fumbling the ball again, which Lawrence recovered to seal the game for the Cowboys, who won 24— This was the first time in franchise playoff history that Dallas had been down by 10 or more points at halftime and rallied to win the game.
Despite having a 14—7 halftime lead, the Cowboys fell to the Packers 26—21, thus ending their season. The season ended on an overturned call of a completed catch by Dez Bryant.
The catch was challenged by the Packers, and the referees overturned the call because of the "Calvin Johnson rule. During the offseason the Cowboys allowed running back DeMarco Murray to become a free agent.
Murray signed with the division rival Philadelphia Eagles. At home against the New York Giants , Dallas won 27— Dez Bryant left the game early with a fractured bone in his foot.
On the road against the Philadelphia Eagles , Romo suffered a broken left collarbone, the same one he injured in , and Brandon Weeden replaced him.
Dallas won 20—10 to begin the season 2—0, but then went on a seven-game losing streak. They finished the season 4—12 and last in their division.
After a preseason injury to Tony Romo , rookie quarterback Dak Prescott was slated as the starting quarterback, as Romo was expected to be out 6—8 weeks.
In game 1 against the New York Giants , Dallas lost 20— After this loss, Dallas would go on an eleven-game winning streak.
After much speculation leading to a potential quarterback controversy, Romo made an announcement that Prescott had earned the right to take over as the Cowboys starting quarterback.
In game 10, Romo suited up for the first time in the season and was the backup quarterback. Dallas defeated the Baltimore Ravens to win their 9th straight game, breaking a franchise record of 8 straight games set in It also marked rookie running back Ezekiel Elliott breaking Tony Dorsett 's single season rushing record for a Cowboys rookie.
Dallas finished 13—3, tying their best game regular season record. Both Prescott and Elliott made the Pro Bowl.
This is the first time the Cowboys sent two rookies to the Pro Bowl. The season also featured second-year running back Ezekiel Elliott being suspended for 6 games after violating the league's conduct policy.
The suspension was to begin at the start of the year but was pushed back to November. The Cowboys finished the year at without making the playoffs.
Following the season, Dez Bryant was released after eight seasons in Dallas and tight end Jason Witten , who holds several franchise receiving records, retired after 15 seasons, ending an era.
The Dallas Cowboys' season was the subject of the third season of Amazon's sports documentary series All or Nothing.
The series is produced by NFL Films. In , six years after their founding, the Cowboys adopted the practice of hosting Thanksgiving games.
It is widely rumored that the Cowboys sought a guarantee that they would regularly host Thanksgiving games as a condition of their first one since games on days other than Sunday were uncommon at the time and thus high attendance was not a certainty.
In and , at the behest of then-Commissioner Pete Rozelle , the then- St. Louis Cardinals replaced Dallas as a host team Dallas then hosted St.
Louis in Although the Cardinals, at the time known as the "Cardiac Cards" due to their propensity for winning very close games, were a modest success at the time, they were nowhere near as popular nationwide as the Cowboys, who were regular Super Bowl contenders during this era.
This, combined with St. Louis's consistently weak attendance, a series of ugly Cardinals losses in the three-game stretch, and opposition from the Kirkwood—Webster Groves Turkey Day Game a local high school football contest led to Dallas resuming regular hosting duties in ; it was then, after Rozelle asked Dallas to resume hosting Thanksgiving games, that the Cowboys requested and received an agreement guaranteeing the Cowboys a spot on Thanksgiving Day forever.
The Dallas Cowboys' blue star logo, which represents Texas as "The Lone Star State," is one of the most well-known team logos in professional sports.
The blue star originally was a solid shape until a white line and blue border was added in The logo has remained the same since.
The blue star also is used on other entries like an imaging facility and storage facility. The Dallas Cowboys' white home jersey has royal blue PMS C solid socks, numbers, lettering, and two stripes on the sleeves outlined in black.
The home pants are a common metallic silver-green color PMS C that helps bring out the blue in the uniform. The navy PMS C road jerseys nicknamed the "Stars and Stripes" jersey have white lettering and numbers with navy pinstripes.
A "Cowboys" chest crest is directly under the NFL shield. The away pants are a pearlish metallic-silver color PMS C and like the home pants, enhance the navy in the uniforms.
The team uses a serifed font for the lettered player surnames on the jersey nameplates. The Cowboys also include a unique, if subtle, feature on the back of the helmet: a blue strip of Dymo tape with the player's name embossed, placed on the white portion of the stripe at the back of the helmet.
When the Dallas Cowboys franchise debuted in , the team's uniform included a white helmet adorned with a simple blue star and a blue-white-blue stripe down the center crown.
The team donned blue jerseys with white sleeves and a small blue star on each shoulder for home games and the negative opposite for away games. Their socks also had two horizontal white stripes overlapping the blue.
The star-shouldered jerseys were eliminated; "TV" numbers appeared just above the jersey stripes. The new helmet was silverblue, with a blue-white-blue tri-stripe down the center the middle white stripe was thicker.
In the NFL allowed teams to wear white jerseys at home; several teams did so, and the Cowboys have worn white at home ever since, except on certain "throwback" days.
In , the team modified the jerseys, which now featured only two sleeve stripes, slightly wider; the socks followed the same pattern.
In the "lone star" helmet decal added a blue outline to the white-bordered star, giving the logo a bigger, bolder look. The logo and this version of the uniform has seen little change to the present day.
During the season, the blue-white-blue stripe on the crown of the helmets were temporarily changed to red-white-blue to commemorate the United States' bicentennial anniversary.
This jersey was used for special occasions and was worn throughout the —95 playoffs. During the same season, the Cowboys also wore their —63 road jersey with a silver helmet for one game as part of a league-wide "throwback" policy.
During the season, the team wore the navy "Double-Star" jersey for games at Washington and Philadelphia and permanently switched to solid color socks royal blue for the white uniform, and navy blue for the dark uniform.
In , the Cowboys resurrected their original — uniform on Thanksgiving Day. This uniform became the team's alternate or "third jersey" and was usually worn at least once a year, primarily Thanksgiving Day.
Two exceptions were when the Cowboys wore their normal white uniforms on Thanksgiving in and