Jimmy Johnson won two Super Bowls as the Dallas Cowboys head coach.XXVII (1992) and XXVIII (1993)
Jimmy Johnson was named head coach of the Dallas Cowboys in February 1989 and departed in March 1994. He won two Super Bowl championships through the 1993 season.
Jimmy Johnson (Miami and Dallas Cowboys) and Barry Switzer (Oklahoma and Dallas Cowboys)
The Dallas Cowboys have appeared in eight Super Bowls, and have won with three different head coaches.The coaches and results (victories in bold):Super Bowl V (Tom Landry) -- Baltimore Colts 16, Dallas 13.Super Bowl VI (Tom Landry) -- Dallas 24, Miami Dolphins 3.Super Bowl X (Tom Landry) -- Pittsburgh Steelers 21, Dallas 17.Super Bowl XII (Tom Landry)-- Dallas 27, Denver Broncos 10.Super Bowl XIII (Tom Landry) Pittsburgh 35, Dallas 31.Super Bowl XXVII (Jimmy Johnson) -- Dallas 52, Buffalo Bills 17.Super Bowl XXVIII (Jimmy Johnson) -- Dallas 30, Buffalo 13.Super Bowl XXX (Barry Switzer) -- Dallas 27, Pittsburgh 17.
The official story is that on March 29, 1994, Dallas head coach Jimmy Johnson and Cowboys owner Jerry Jones mutually agreed to dissolve their football relationship after five seasons and back-to-back Super Bowl titles. Otherwise, you'll just have to choose whether you believe Johnson quit or was forced out.
Jimmy Johnson, who won the 1987 national championship as head coach of the University of Miami, replaced Tom Landry as the Dallas Cowboys' skipper in February 1989. Johnson won back-to-back Super Bowls during his five-season tenure with the Cowboys.
Jimmy Johnson. Johnson won Super Bowls XXVII and XXVIII as head coach of the Dallas Cowboys and won the 1983 Bluebonnet Bowl as head coach of Oklahoma State.
Jimmy Johnson from 1989-1993. Johnson was head coach of two Cowboys Super Bowl champions.
2 - Barry Switzer (3 with Oklahoma and 1 with Dallas) Jimmy Johnson (1 NCAA with Miami and 2 with Dallas) Paul Brown (1 NCAA with Ohio State and 3 with Cleveland Browns NFL , 4 Browns AAFC and one Ohio High School State Championship, Massilon Tigers)
He left in 1994 after Super Bowl XXVIII, the second consecutive NFL title game for Johnson's Cowboys.
2 - He won back to back rings with the Cowboys in January 93 and January 94
The Dallas Cowboys appeared in 8 Super Bowls the most by any NFL team.