Through the 2011 season, the Dallas Cowboys lead the all-time series 62-40-2. The total includes regular-season and postseason games.
The 2010 Dallas Cowboys posted a 6-and-10 regular-season record and finished tied for third place with the Washington Redskins in the NFC East.
Rivals Dallas and Washington have played each other in season openers nine times. The Cowboys are 6-2-1 in those games.
Actually, the Cowboys currently play in Arlington Texas, even though they are associated with Dallas Texas. Previously, they played their games in Irving, Texas until building the new stadium in Arlington Texas in 2008. Their business offices are still located in Irving Texas, in an area referred to as Valley Ranch.
The Dallas Cowboys record in 2009 was 11-5.
Two. On November 21, 2010, the Cowboys defeated the Detroit Lions, 35-19, at Cowboys Stadium. A month later, on December 19, Dallas defeated the Washington Redskins, 33-30. Dallas posted a 2-and-6 home record during the 2010 season.
Yes. In Jimmy Johnson's first season as head coach (1989), the Cowboys went 1-15. Their only victory was over the Washington Redskins in Week 9.
The Cowboys Cheerleaders only perform at Dallas Cowboys home games. The only exception is when the Cowboys are a participant in the Super Bowl.
The 2011 Dallas Cowboys won eight games and lost eight.
During the 2009 season there were two matchups between the Cowboys and Redskins. The Cowboys got the win for both games. Sports Media 101 sportsmedia101.com
Dallas Cowboys play their home games in Texas. Miami Dolphins play their home games in Florida.
The Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders are more like a dance group than traditional cheerleaders. But you can see them on the sidelines of all Dallas home games at Cowboys Stadium.
Dallas Cowboys played at the Cotton Bowl from 1960-1970.