The Dallas Cowboys are an NFL football team based in the Dallas–Fort Worth metroplex. The Dallas Cowboys are a member of the National Football Conference East division in the National Football League.
Best Players Of All Time
Here we are again, but this time we are looking at the Dallas Cowboys who have been outstanding in their tenure of gameplay. 5 of those players have been a major concern as far as being the best.
Staubach completed 1,685 passes for 22,700 yards and 153 touchdowns while throwing 109 interceptions in his 11 NFL seasons. On 410 carries, he also rushed for 2,264 yards and 21 touchdowns.
Anthony Drew Dorsett Sr. is a retired American football running back who played competitively for the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos in the National Football League.
In 1981, he had his most productive season, rushing for 1,646 yards, surpassing the Cowboys franchise record.
In 1992, Aikman achieved career highs in successful completion (302), passing yards (3,445), and touchdown passes (23) while leading the Cowboys to a franchise-record 13 regular-season wins and the NFC’s second-best record. Aikman threw 89 passes without an interception during the playoffs, breaking Joe Montana’s mark of 83.
In 2002, he accomplished the objective he set for himself as a rookie, ending the season with 17,162 career rushing yards and surpassing Walter Payton’s NFL rushing record against the Seattle Seahawks.
He had played the second-most games of any Dallas Cowboy in history when he retired. He appeared in three Super Bowls and six NFC Championship Games during that time, racking up 1,104 tackles (701 solos) and 111 sacks. In 1978, he had the most sacks in a single season with 16. In 1994, he was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.