The Dallas Cowboys are a professional American football team that are based in Dallas-Fort Worth. The National Football Conference East division of the National Football League is where the Cowboys play. The Cowboys was established in 1960. The NFL’s record for consecutive sell-outs might be the best sign of how popular the team is around the world.
The Cowboys have played 190 consecutive regular-season and postseason home and road games in front of sold-out crowds since 2002. Only the New England Patriots, Pittsburgh Steelers, and Denver Broncos, who have a combined record-breaking eleven Super Bowl appearances, have more than the team’s eight appearances. Additionally, eight NFC titles have been won during this span, which is the most in the NFC.
The only NFL team with 20 consecutive winning seasons and just two missed postseason appearances is the Cowboys. The Dallas Cowboys are the most valuable sports team in the world, according to Forbes, and the first team in sports to be valued at $4 billion. The Cowboys, who made $620 million in revenue in 2014, also smashed the record for a U.S. sports franchise. Additionally, they created history in 2018 when they became the first NFL franchise to be valued at $5 billion.
Who has been on the Cowboys the longest?
Louis-Philippe Ladouceur has been with the Cowboys the longest. He signed with the Cowboys in 2005 and played for the team till he retired in 2021.