There have been two professional football teams that started in Dallas in the last 50 or so years. The Dallas Texans, an AFL franchise that moved to Kansas City and became the Kansas City Chiefs. The other team was the Dallas Cowboys. The Cowboys were an expansion team in 1960 for the NFL.
"The Dallas cowboys watch was named after, the Dallas cowboys. The team is based out of Dallas, Texas and they have their stadium there. Other than that I am not sure what the question is really talking about."
The Dallas Cowboys have a historic rivalry with the San Francisco 49ers. Other chief rivals of the Dallas Cowboys are the Washington Redskins, the Philadelphia Eagles and the New York Giants.
The Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys have never faced each other on Thanksgiving day.
Other sports exist but Dallas is Football. Dallas Cowboys (football) Texas Rangers (baseball), Dallas Mavericks (basketball), and Dallas Stars (hockey).
NO, THEY DID NOT PLAY EACH OTHER.
No. The Cowboys were an expansion team that entered the NFL in 1960. They have always been known as the Cowboys. There have been other professional teams that have played in Dallas. A team called the Dallas Texans played in the NFL in 1952. That team moved to Baltimore the following season and became the Baltimore Colts, who now are the Indianapolis Colts. There also was an team in the American Football League between 1960-1962. That team moved to Kansas City in 1963 and became the Chiefs.
The Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints have never played each other in postseason competition.
Kenny Allen is not listed with other 1987 strike players as a member of the all-time Dallas Cowboys roster.
Not in the manner that high school and college cheerleaders do. In the 1970s, the Cowboys Cheerleaders were designed to provide pizazz like Las Vegas showgirls and other professional dance groups. But the Cheerleaders can often be seen on camera rooting for the football team.
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It will be tough, but they have a chance if other teams falter and Dallas takes care of business in its own division.