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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls
Although the Dallas Cowboys haven’t had a Super Bowl win or appearance since 1996, their fans expect them to be there each and every year. The Dallas Cowboys have been there eight times throughout their history, tied with only one other team, the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Cowboys Super Bowls:
1996: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (17)

1994: Dallas Cowboys (30) vs. Buffalo Bills (13)
1993: Dallas Cowboys (52) vs. Buffalo Bills (17)

1979: Dallas Cowboys (31) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (35)
1978: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Denver Broncos (10)
1976: Dallas Cowboys (17) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (21)
1972: Dallas Cowboys (24) vs. Miami Dolphins (3)
1971: Dallas Cowboys (13) vs. Indianapolis Colts (16)

Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls are an impressive number in the NFL. Through their hard work and dedication to the sport, they continue to improve, grow, and strive for their next Super Bowl appearance. The fans are ready.
 

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Dallas Cowboys 2022 Schedule

Preseason: (2 - 1)
Week 1: Aug. 13 at Denver L
Journeymen Josh Johnson leads Broncos' backups past Cowboys 17-7
Johnson, who's 36 years old and playing for his 14th NFL team, threw a pair of first-half touchdown passes. Cooper Rush got the start for Dallas and was 12 of 20 for 84 yards and an interception. Broncos QB Russell Wilson sat this one out along with Cowboys QB Dak Prescott.

Week 2: Aug 20 at Los Angeles Chargers W
Ka'Vontae Turpin has kickoff, punt return TD's: Cowboys beat Chargers 32-18
The Dallas wide receiver became the first player in nine seasons to have kickoff and punt return touchdowns in the same game. the last player to run back a punt and kickoff in the same game — preseason, regular season or playoffs was Detroit's Jeremy Ross on Dec. 8, 2013, against Philadelphia.

Week 3: Aug 26 vs. Seattle W
Seahawks pick Geno Smith starter after preseason lost to Cowboys 27-26
The Seahawks are entering a new era after trading the Super Bowl winner and 10-year starter Wilson to Denver. Will Grier threw for 88 yards and 2 TD's, The defense had 4 INT for the Cowboys


Regular Season: (1 - 1)
Week 1: Sept. 11 vs. Tampa Bay L
Brady, Buds throttle Cowboys 19-3 as Prescott injures hand
Tom Brady and Mike Evans connected on a punctuating touchdown, Leonard Fournette ran for 127 yards. - A rough night for Prescott got worse after his right hand struck a defender when throwing a pass in the fourth quarter.

Week 2: Sept. 18 vs. Cincinnati W
Maher lifts Rush, Cowboys over Burrow, Bengals, 20-17
Brett Maher kicked a 50-yard field goal as time expired. Rush is now 2-0 as an NFL starter. The Cowboys sacked Burrow six times in the first three quarters. The Bengals are the first defending AFC champion to start 0-2 since Denver.


Week 3: Sept. 26 at New York Giants
Week 4: Oct. 2 vs. Washington
Week 5: Oct. 9 at Los Angeles Rams
Week 6: Oct. 16 at Philadelphia
Week 7: Oct. 23 vs. Detroit
Week 8: Oct. 30 vs. Chicago
Week 9: Nov. 7 Bye
Week 10: Nov. 13 at Green Bay
Week 11: Nov. 20 at Minnesota
Week 12: Nov. 24 vs. New York Giants
Week 13: Dec. 4 vs. Indianapolis
Week 14: Dec. 11 vs. Houston
Week 15: Dec. 18 at Jacksonville
Week 16: Dec. 24 vs. Philadelphia
Week 17: Dec. 29 at Tennessee
Week 18: Jan. 7 or 8 at Washington
 

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NFL Standings 2022

NFC East
Philadelphia (2 - 0)
New York Giants (2 - 0)
Washington (1 - 1)
Dallas (1 - 1)
 

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Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls
Although the Dallas Cowboys haven’t had a Super Bowl win or appearance since 1996, their fans expect them to be there each and every year. The Dallas Cowboys have been there eight times throughout their history, tied with only one other team, the Pittsburgh Steelers?

Cowboys Super Bowls:
1996: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (17)

1994: Dallas Cowboys (30) vs. Buffalo Bills (13)
1993: Dallas Cowboys (52) vs. Buffalo Bills (17)
1979: Dallas Cowboys (31) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (35)
1978: Dallas Cowboys (27) vs. Denver Broncos (10)
1976: Dallas Cowboys (17) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (21)

1972: Dallas Cowboys (24) vs. Miami Dolphins (3)
1971: Dallas Cowboys (13) vs. Indianapolis Colts (16)


Dallas Cowboys Super Bowls are an impressive number in the NFL. Through their hard work and dedication to the sport, they continue to improve, grow, and strive for their next Super Bowl appearance. The fans are ready.



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'Micah, keep going! Don't stop!' With LB Micah Parsons, Dallas Cowboys' defense leading the way


Dallas Cowboysbowner and general manager Jerry Jones did not understand the question at first, so it was asked twice. Can linebacker Micah Parsons reach 34 sacks? It’s math, Jerry. Parsons has four sacks in two games. The Cowboys have a 17-game season. That would average out to 34 sacks, which would be an NFL record. Not only would it be a record, it would obliterate the mark shared by Hall of Famer Michael Strahan and T.J. Watt at 22.5. Parsons’ four sacks in the first two games are tied for the second most by a Cowboy. Hall of Famer Charles Haley had 5.5 sacks in the first two games in 1994. Future Hall of Famer DeMarcus Ware had four sacks in the first two games of the 2011 season, and Lawrence had four in the first two games in 2017.

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CeeDee Lamb ready to carry Cowboys' No. 88 legacy set by Pearson, Irvin and Dez


They share one of the most famous numbers in Dallas Cowboys history, but until a couple of months ago, they had never been in the same room together. They were at a house in Dallas, filming a Chipotle commercial, featuring "The 88 Club" -- Drew Pearson, Michael Irvin, Dez Bryant and CeeDee Lamb and it was like they were brothers from the beginning, swapping stories for a few hours. No. 88 has become a symbol of greatness for the Cowboys, mostly passed down from one great wide receiver to the next. Twelve different players have worn No. 88 in Cowboys' history, including a linebacker and a punter/kicker, but the receivers have made it theirs.

Pearson went from an undrafted free agent former college quarterback at Tulsa to a Hall of Fame career as a wide receiver from 1973 to 1983.

Irvin became "The Playmaker" from 1988 to 1999, winning three Super Bowls and earning his way into the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

In 2010, the Cowboys traded up in the first round to select Bryant, and from 2012 to 2014, he was one of the most dynamic receivers in the NFL.

In 2020, the Cowboys never thought Lamb would be available at No. 17 in the first round; he was the sixth-rated player on their draft board. Since Dallas selected him, Lamb has produced the most receptions (153) and the second-most yards (2,037) of any receiver in his first two seasons in team history.


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Cooper Rush rallies to win third straight career start as Dallas Cowboys hand New York Giants first loss


Filling in for an injured Dak Prescott and making consecutive starts for the first time in his career, Cooper Rush led the Dallas Cowboys to a 23-16 win against the New York Giants on Monday. He was assisted by a fierce pass rush that sacked QB Daniel Jones five times and pressured him 24 times. The Cowboys have 13 sacks in three games, which leads the NFL. They pestered Daniel Jones throughout Monday's game. Ezekiel Elliott is the first player in Cowboys history to have a rushing touchdown in five straight games against the Giants. - The Giants haven't scored a touchdown in the first half this season. Three games, nine points in the first half for the Giants. Jones was pressured on 24 dropbacks, running for his life the entire evening. It was the most pressures in his four-year career, the most on a quarterback this season and the second most over the past two seasons.

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Dallas Cowboys 2022 Schedule

Preseason: (2 - 1)
Week 1: Aug. 13 at Denver L
Journeymen Josh Johnson leads Broncos' backups past Cowboys 17-7
Johnson, who's 36 years old and playing for his 14th NFL team, threw a pair of first-half touchdown passes. Cooper Rush got the start for Dallas and was 12 of 20 for 84 yards and an interception. Broncos QB Russell Wilson sat this one out along with Cowboys QB Dak Prescott.

Week 2: Aug 20 at Los Angeles Chargers W
Ka'Vontae Turpin has kickoff, punt return TD's: Cowboys beat Chargers 32-18
The Dallas wide receiver became the first player in nine seasons to have kickoff and punt return touchdowns in the same game. the last player to run back a punt and kickoff in the same game — preseason, regular season or playoffs was Detroit's Jeremy Ross on Dec. 8, 2013, against Philadelphia.

Week 3: Aug 26 vs. Seattle W
Seahawks pick Geno Smith starter after preseason lost to Cowboys 27-26
The Seahawks are entering a new era after trading the Super Bowl winner and 10-year starter Wilson to Denver. Will Grier threw for 88 yards and 2 TD's, The defense had 4 INT for the Cowboys


Regular Season: (2 - 1)
Week 1: Sept. 11 vs. Tampa Bay L
Brady, Buds throttle Cowboys 19-3 as Prescott injures hand
Tom Brady and Mike Evans connected on a punctuating touchdown, Leonard Fournette ran for 127 yards. - A rough night for Prescott got worse after his right hand struck a defender when throwing a pass in the fourth quarter.

Week 2: Sept. 18 vs. Cincinnati W
Maher lifts Rush, Cowboys over Burrow, Bengals, 20-17
Brett Maher kicked a 50-yard field goal as time expired. Rush is now 2-0 as an NFL starter. The Cowboys sacked Burrow six times in the first three quarters. The Bengals are the first defending AFC champion to start 0-2 since Denver.


Week 3: Sept. 26 at New York Giants W

Lamb's 1-handed TD catch gives Dallas 23-16 win over Giants

Lamb finished with eight catches for 87 yards, but also dropped a potential 52-yard TD pass. Rush threw for 210 yards. Jones finished 20 of 37 for 196 yards and ran nine times for 79 yards. Barkley finished with 81 yards on 14 carries.


Week 4: Oct. 2 vs. Washington
Week 5: Oct. 9 at Los Angeles Rams
Week 6: Oct. 16 at Philadelphia
Week 7: Oct. 23 vs. Detroit
Week 8: Oct. 30 vs. Chicago
Week 9: Nov. 7 Bye
Week 10: Nov. 13 at Green Bay
Week 11: Nov. 20 at Minnesota
Week 12: Nov. 24 vs. New York Giants
Week 13: Dec. 4 vs. Indianapolis
Week 14: Dec. 11 vs. Houston
Week 15: Dec. 18 at Jacksonville
Week 16: Dec. 24 vs. Philadelphia
Week 17: Dec. 29 at Tennessee
Week 18: Jan. 7 or 8 at Washington
 

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NFL Standings 2022

NFC East
Philadelphia (3 - 0)
Dallas (2 - 1)
New York Giants (2 - 1)
Washington (1 - 2)
 

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How CeeDee Lamb got redemption in Cowboys win vs. Giants
Against the Giants with the game tied, Lamb came through and scored a touchdown for the first time since Week 10 last season. On the go-ahead drive, Lamb caught four passes for 48 yards.


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In the season-opening loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, Lamb caught two of the 11 passes thrown his way for 29 yards.

In the Week 2 win against the Cincinnati Bengals, he caught seven passes for 75 yards but couldn’t find the end zone.
 

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Progress For Dak; Schultz, Kearse Back At Practice


Quarterback Dak Prescott did not practice Thursday and is expected to continue focusing more on rehab work with the athletic training staff this week, according to head coach Mike McCarthy, but Prescott continues to make incremental progress in his recovery from thumb surgery. Meanwhile, the Cowboys are getting healthier at other positions. Safety Jayron Kearse (knee) and left guard Connor McGovern (ankle) are practicing this week for the first time since getting injured in the Sept. 11 season opener against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Tight end Dalton Schultz (knee) also was on the field during the open portion of Thursday's practice. Schultz got injured in the fourth quarter of the Cowboys' Week 2 win over the Cincinnati Bengals and was inactive this past Monday night against the New York Giants.

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