As of the 2011 season, the Dallas Cowboys' overall playoff record is 33 wins and 25 losses.
Three: The Baltimore Ravens (Billy Cundiff), the New York Jets (Nick Folk) and the Pittsburgh Steelers (Shaun Suisham) all had former Dallas Cowboys placekickers on their 2010-2011 playoff rosters.
No. The Cowboys and the other teams in the NFC East will play the teams of the AFC East in 2011. The Cowboys and the Steelers are likely to play at Cowboys Stadium during the 2012 season.
Through the 2011 season, the Dallas Cowboys' all-time regular-season record is 448-332-6. The team's playoff record is 33-25.
yes - I don't think that's going to be the case in the 2010-2011 season
As of 17 Jan 2011, the Dallas Cowboys have won the most playoff games with 19. The Pittsburgh Steelers are one behind at 18.
The 2011 Dallas Cowboys won eight games and lost eight.
The quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys is Tony Romo.
The Dallas Cowboys will play the AFC East teams in 2011:Home: Buffalo Bills, Miami Dolphins.Away: New England Patriots, New York Jets.
The 2011 Dallas Cowboys lost regular contests to the New York Jets, the Detroit Lions, the New England Patriots, the Arizona Cardinals, the Philadelphia Eagles (twice), and the New York Giants (twice)
Barring a meeting during the 2011 playoffs, the New Orleans Saints and the Dallas Cowboys aren't projected to play again until the 2012 regular season at Cowboys Stadium. The NFC East teams are scheduled to play the NFC South teams next year.
No one wears the number for the 2011 Dallas Cowboys.