The Cowboys quarterback was Roger Staubach.
Quarterback Roger Staubach led the Dallas Cowboys to victory in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII.
Craig Morton: Super Bowl V, Dallas Cowboys Super Bowl XII, Denver Broncos
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.
Roger Staubach is a former National Football League quarterback who played for the Dallas Cowboys and won two Super Bowl victories with the Dallas Cowboys: VI and XII.
In the 1977 season the Broncos attended Super Bowl XII and played the Dallas Cowboys but lost by a score of 27-10.
Through Super Bowl XLIII, there has been only one other. Craig Morton started Super Bowl V for the Dallas Cowboys and Super Bowl XII for the Denver Broncos.
Ditka was a tight end for the Cowboys when they won Super Bowl VI and served as an assistant coach when they won Super Bowl XII.
The Dallas Cowboys have had three Super Bowl quarterbacks:Craig Morton (Super Bowl V).Roger Staubach (Super Bowls VI, X, XII and XIII).Troy Aikman (Super Bowls XXVII, XXVIII and XXX).
Craig Morton was the starting quarterback in two Super Bowl losses -- both involving the Dallas Cowboys. As a member of the Cowboys in Super Bowl V, he threw a key interception that enabled the Baltimore Colts to kick the winning field goal for a 16-13 victory in Miami. As the Denver Broncos quarterback in Super Bowl XII, Morton was pounded by the Doomsday II defense of the Cowboys, forcing him to give way to backup QB Norris Weese in the second half. The Cowboys won 27-10 in New Orleans.
Mike Ditka won three Super Bowl rings, one as a player for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl VI, one as an assistant coach for the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl XII, and one as the head coach of the Chicago Bears in Super Bowl XX.
The Super Bowl played on January 15, 1978 between the Dallas Cowboys and Denver Broncos was Super Bowl XII.
Yes ... he has two rings. One came as a running back with the Dallas Cowboys in Super Bowl VI and the other came as offensive coordinator for the Cowboys in Super Bowl XII.