Through the 2016 season, the Dallas Cowboys' all-time regular-season record is 493-367-6. The team's playoff record is 34-27.
The Dallas Cowboys played their first Football Game in 1960.
The Dallas Cowboys won 34-14.
The first appearance of the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football was on November 16, 1970, the ninth broadcast, played at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The Cowboys lost to the St. Louis Cardinals 38-0.
For 2012, the average attendance was 88,531
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.
For Sunday afternoon games, the visiting team determines the network. Since the Buffalo Bills are in the American Football Conference, their game against the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium is on CBS.
On September 24, 1960, the Dallas Cowboys were defeated by the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Cotton Bowl, 35-28.
The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Philadelphia Eagles, 14-13, at Lincoln Financial Field.
The Cowboys first regular season game was played September 24, 1960 against the Pittsburgh Steelers at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. The Steelers won 35-28.
The Cowboys first game in the NFL was played September 24, 1960 against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Cowboys lost that game 35-28.