The Cowboys have played on Thanksgiving Day every year since 1966, with the exceptions of the 1975 and 1977 seasons.
The Cowboys were an expansion team in the NFL for the 1960 season. The Cowboys played that first season in Dallas and have played every season of their existence in Dallas.
the Cowboys and the Lions.
Dallas, at least pro football fans and the Dallas Cowboys, celebrate Thanksgiving with football. The Cowboys host a home game every Thanksgiving. And those who are not Dallas Cowboys fans, if there are any in Dallas, celebrate Thanksgiving the same as the rest of the country, by getting together with family for a big turkey dinner.
The Cowboys and the Lions host one game each on Thanksgiving. There is a 3rd game that has no fixed teams.
Since their first Thanksgiving Day appearance on November 24, 1966, the Dallas Cowboys have played on the holiday every year with the exceptions of 1975 and 1977. The St. Louis Cardinals hosted the afternoon Thanksgiving game in those years.
The Cowboys have played on Thanksgiving Day every year since 1966, with the exceptions of the 1975 and 1977 seasons. Their record in games played on the holiday is 30-19-1.
Yes, the cowboys played in Pittsburgh in the 2009 season. Every 8 years they do.
The Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys both host home games every Thanksgiving. Their opponents are different from year to year. A third game is played on Thanksgiving, but the teams are not always the same.
Yes. It has become a tradition for the Dallas Cowboys to play a late afternoon home game on Thanksgiving Day, just as the Detroit Lions have long played an early afternoon home game on the last Thursday in November. Dallas occasionally also gets a home game on the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
Yes. Detroit's holiday tradition began in 1933.