The Cowboys' 1971 season began with another quarterback controversy involving Craig Morton and Roger Staubach. The previous year, both players alternated at quarterback until head coach Tom Landry put his confidence in Morton, who promptly guided the Cowboys to their first Super Bowl appearance. They shared duty again during the 1971 season, but the policy reached the point of futility when Landry had the QBs alternating between plays. Landry eventually gave the ball to Staubach, who won the last seven regular-season games and quarterbacked the Cowboys to their first Super Bowl championship.
Roger Staubach and Craig Morton shared duties at quarterback during the 1971 season.
Don Meredith was the No. 1 starting quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys during the 1967 season. Backup Craig Morton served as a substitute when Meredith was sidelined because of injuries.
Don Meredith was the starting quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys for the 1966 National Football League season.
The Dallas Cowboys' most successful quarterback during the 1970s was Roger Staubach, who started four Super Bowls and won two of them.
Or Roger Staubach or Craig Morton
The starting quarterback of the 2011 Dallas Cowboys is Tony Romo.
Veteran Kyle Orton is the Dallas Cowboys' No. 2 quarterback for the 2012 season.
Tony Romo was the starting quarterback for the Cowboys in the 2008 season.
"Dandy" Don Meredith wore #17 and is a 3x Pro Bowl Quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys. He was a Pro-bowler in 1966, 1967 & 1968.
In 2002, Quincy Carter was the Dallas Cowboys starting quarterback. His backups were Clint Stoerner and Chad Hutchinson.
The quarterback of the Dallas Cowboys currently is #9 Tony Romo.
No one named Harbaugh ever played quarterback for the Dallas Cowboys.
Yes he is
The Cowboys No. 2 quarterback will turn 39 on September 21, 2011.