Roger Staubach played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 to 1979. As the starting quarterback for Dallas, he led the team to six National Football Conference championship games, four Super Bowls and two Super Bowl titles. He was inducted into the Cowboys Ring of Honor in 1983 and the Pro Football Hall of Fame in 1985.
No, he did not. Roger Staubach played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969-1979.
Roger Staubach was the best quarterback in Dallas Cowboys history. He was a great leader and had the ability to rally his team when the deck was stacked against him. He could make big plays, even when the play broke down. Troy Aikman was more accurate as a passer, but lacked the skills Staubach did when the play broke down.
Terry Bradshaw of the Steelers and Roger Staubach of the Cowboys played against each other in Super Bowls X & XIII.
Heisman Trophy winner Roger Staubach played his first college year at New Mexico Military Institute, before transferring to the United States Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland. He got his first start in the 3rd game of his first year (sophomore) at Navy.
No, but during the Roger Staubach era of the 1970s, the Cowboys performed last-minute magic many times.
The Heisman Trophy winner from the Naval Academy played for the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 to 1979.
Roger Staubach's football career at the Naval Academy spanned 1962-1964.
Many people have played their entire careers with the Cowboys, among them Bob Lilly, Roger Staubach, Don Meredith, Troy Aikman, Drew Pearson and Michael Irvin. But Emmitt Smith, who played his last two NFL seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, signed a one-day contract with Dallas in 1995, so that he could officially retire as a Cowboy.
There was a controversial play at the beginning of the second half of Super Bowl V, when the Dallas Cowboys were leading the Baltimore Colts, 13-6. An official ruled that the Colts had recovered a fumble by Dallas running back Duane Thomas near the Colts' goal line. The Cowboys argued that Thomas had simply let go of the ball when the play was over. Nonetheless, the ball was given to the Colts, denying the Cowboys a chance to extend their lead. The Colts eventually won the game 16-13 on a last-second field goal by Baltimore kicker Jim O'Brien.
The Dallas Cowboys play American-style Football.