Going into the 2012 season, the Cowboys had a .500 or better record from 1965 to 1985. Then losing records from 1986 to 1990. Winning records again from 1991 to 1996, then a losing record in 1997. 1998 winning record, 1999 .500 record. Losing records from 2000 to 2002, winning record in 2003 and losing record in 2004. They had a winning record from 2005 to 2009. The Cowboys best run was 26 seasons in a row.
The Dallas Cowboys did not have a losing record from 1965 to 1985 -- 21 seasons. During that period, they appeared in the playofs every year except 1965, 1974 and 1984.
The Detroit Lions, Followed by an unexpected team, the Dallas Cowboys.
Craig Morton started Super Bowl V for the Dallas Cowboys who lost to the Baltimore Colts and Super Bowl XII for the Denver Broncos who lost to the Dallas Cowboys.
1971 Dallas Cowboys Linebacker Chuck Howley in Super Bowl V.
Through the 2017 season, the Cowboys have losing records against the Baltimore Ravens (1-4), the Cleveland Browns (14-17), the Denver Broncos (5-8) and the Green Bay Packers (17-19)).
once, Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys during SB V
Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys was named Most Valuable Player of Super Bowl V. The Baltimore Colts defeated the Cowboys 16-13.
Dallas Cowboys LB Chuck Howley won the MVP for Super Bowl V, despite losing to the Baltimore Colts.
From 1901-2012, the Detroit Tigers have had 44 losing seasons.
Since 1960 the have had 18 losing seasons (that includes their first ten seasons with the AFL)
The Broncos (as of 2009) have had 18 losing seasons in their 50 year history.
AnswerLinebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys was the MVP of Super Bowl V. Howley is the only MVP to be named from a losing team.
Yes Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys is the only player from a losing team to be named MVP of the Super Bowl.
The Pittsburgh Pirates, with 20 losing seasons. They broke their own previous record of 19 consecutive losing seasons. :-(
That was linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys who was named MVP of Super Bowl V. The Cowboys lost that game to the Baltimore Colts 16-13. No other player has won the MVP while playing for the losing team.
The Dallas Cowboys posted an 8-and-8 record during the 1999 National Football League season. Despite losing wide receiver Michael Irvin -- forced to retire because of a spinal injury in Week 4 -- the team made the playoffs as a wild-card team.
Linebacker Chuck Howley of the Dallas Cowboys was the MVP of Super Bowl V and the only player to be named MVP from a losing team.
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Howley, who was an All-Pro and Pro Bowl linebacker for the Dallas Cowboys from 1961 to 1973, also is remembered as the only member of a losing team to win a Super Bowl Most Valuable Player award. Howley was named MVP of Super Bowl V, in which he intercepted two passes and recovered a fumble despite the Cowboys' 16-13 loss to the AFC champion Baltimore Colts. He was inducted into the Cowboys' Ring of Honor on October 30, 1977.