The Dallas Cowboys hold the NFL record for most consecutive winning seasons with 20 from 1966 to 1985. During that time, they reached the playoffs 18 times, won 13 NFC East championships, and reached the Super Bowl five times.
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Founded in 1960, the Cowboys had their first winning season in 1966.
The Cowboys of the 1970s and early 1980s became known as “America’s Team” after dominating their regular seasons and winning two Super Bowls under head coach Tom Landry.
In 1989, Jerry Jones purchased a majority interest in the Dallas Cowboys from H.R. (Bum) Bright.
From 1992 to 1995, the Cowboys won three out of four Super Bowls under head coaches Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer.
In 2018, the Dallas Cowboys became the first sports team to be valued at $5 billion, making it the most valuable sports team in the world.
Seasons: 64 (1960-2023)
Winningest Coach: (W-L-T) Tom Landry (250-162-6)
Super Bowl Titles: 5
Record going into 2023 season: (W-L-T) 550-408-6
Playoff Record: 36-30
Most Career Yards Rushing:Emmitt Smith, 17,162 (1990-2002)
Most Career Yards Passing:Tony Romo, 34,183(2004-16)
Most Career Receptions:Jason Witten,1,215(2003-17, 2019)
Most Career Sacks: DeMarcus Ware, 117 (2005-13)
Most Career Interceptions: Mel Renfro, 52 (1964-77)
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