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100 Things Cowboys Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die (100 Things 100 Things) (100 Things .... Fans Should Know and Do Before They Die)
100 Things Cowboys Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die (100 Things 100 Things) (100 Things .... Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die)
by Ed Housewright, Foreword by Tony Dorsett
Paperback from Triumph Books
ISBN: 1600780806

The Ultimate Resource Guide for True Cowboys Fans

Every good Dallas Cowboys fan can tell you about the highlights from the franchise's half century of existence--including five Super Bowl victories and 10 players inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame--but how many know all the stories behind the names, games, and traditions of one of the NFL's most popular teams?

100 Things Cowboys Fans Should Know & Do Before They Die was created for everyone who cheers for pro football in Dallas. Both entertaining and enlightening, this must-have guide ranks and explains the essential information and can't-miss experiences every Cowboys fan needs. This book has it all: the star players--from Roger Staubach to Troy Aikman to Tony Romo; the larger-than-life coaches (Landry, Johnson, Switzer, and more); the biggest games, from the Ice Bowl to the eight Super Bowl appearances; even the landmarks, including the Cotton Bowl and the team's amazing new stadium.

 
America s Team: The Authorized History of the Dallas Cowboys
America's Team: The Authorized History of the Dallas Cowboys
by Jeff Sullivan
Hardcover from Insight Editions
ISBN: 160887009X
Five Super Bowl titles. Thirty-three playoff victories. Seventeen division titles. From Tom Landry and Don Meredith in 1960 to Jerry Jones and Tony Romo today, America's Team has provided literally millions of fans worldwide with unforgettable memories for the past half-century that have been shared from generation to generation. Bringing their rich history to life, this luxurious volume celebrates five decades of exciting Dallas Cowboys football. America's Team: The Official History of the Dallas Cowboys is the official book commemorating the 50th anniversary of perhaps the most famous franchise in all of sports. Special features include the unveiling the Dallas Cowboys Golden Anniversary Team, representing the best of the best at each position; never-before-told stories from Cowboys greats such as Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, and Troy Aikman; a bonus chapter devoted to America's Sweethearts, the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders; and original essays by celebrated sports and literary icons such as Dan Jenkins, Pat Summerall, Vern Lundquist, Steve Sabol, and Brad Sham. With more than 300 photos and artifacts from the Dallas Cowboys official archives, America's Team is essential reading for football fans everywhere.
 
Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years of Football
Sports Illustrated The Dallas Cowboys: 50 Years of Football
by Editors of Sports Illustrated
Hardcover from Sports Illustrated
ISBN: 1603201149

They are loved and they are hated. There is no team in the NFL, no football team in the nation that stirs as much emotion, coast to coast, as the Dallas Cowboys. They are âAmerica's Team.â Born in 1960, the Cowboys did not win a game in their first season, finishing 0-11-1. From those humble beginnings emerged a franchise for which winning, and winning it all, was expected. Eight Super Bowl appearances, five Super Bowl victoriesâand, oh, the glory and the glamour that has surrounded this team. The names leap out of NFL history: Dandy Don Meredith, Bullet Bob Hayes, Ed âToo Tallâ Jones, Thomas âHollywoodâ Henderson, Tom Landry, Jimmy Johnson, Barry Switzer, Bill Parcells, Bob Lilly, and Mel Renfro to Roger Staubach, Tony Dorsett, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, and on it goes.

In

Dallas Cowboys the rich heritage of this famous football team is captured in an extraordinary collection of stories, a spectacular selection of images from the best photo archive in all of sports, and a mind-boggling array of stats, arcana, anecdotes, and memorabilia. It is the ultimate celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Dallas Cowboys.

 
Dallas Cowboys: The Complete Illustrated History
Dallas Cowboys: The Complete Illustrated History
by Jaime Aron
Hardcover from MVP Books
ISBN: 0760335206
Dallas Cowboys: The Complete Illustrated History presents all the legendary games, players, and teams in the history of this iconic franchise, exploring both on-the-field moments and off-the-field exploits of "America's Team." One of the most successful programs in pro sports history, the Cowboys have appeared in more Super Bowls than any other NFL franchise and boast a roster of players that reads like an all-time, all-star team--all highlighted here with lavish illustrations, player profiles, game and season recaps, and entertaining stories. This is the ultimate celebration of the silver and blue for fans of all ages.
 
Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty
Boys Will Be Boys: The Glory Days and Party Nights of the Dallas Cowboys Dynasty
by Jeff Pearlman
Paperback from Harper Paperbacks
Media Published: 2009-
ISBN: 0061256811

They were called America's Team. Led by Emmitt Smith, the charismatic Deion "Prime Time" Sanders, Hall of Famers Troy Aikman and Michael Irvin--and lorded over by swashbuckling, power-hungry owner Jerry Jones and his two hard-living coaches, Jimmy Johnson and Barry Switzer--the Cowboys seemed indomitable on the football field throughout the 1990s. Off the field the 'Boys were a dysfunctional circus, fueled by ego, sex, drugs, and jaw-dropping excess. What they achieved on game day was astonishing; what they did the rest of the week was unbelievable.

Boys Will Be Boys is the rollicking story of the Dallas Cowboys in their prime--a team of wild-partying, out-of-control glory-hounds that won three Super Bowls in four years and earned their rightful place in sports lore as the most beloved and despised dynasty in NFL history.

 
Breakthrough Boys: The Story of the 1971 Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboys
Breakthrough 'Boys: The Story of the 1971 Super Bowl Champion Dallas Cowboys
by Jaime Aron
Hardcover from MVP Books
ISBN: 0760340390
The Dallas Cowboys of the 1970s were one of the most dominant teams in pro football history, appearing in five Super Bowls and claiming two championships in a nine-year span. But during the late 1960s, the Cowboys were known as the team that couldn't win the big one, getting close to the top but failing to seal the deal--they were perpetually "next year's champions." That all changed in 1971 when the Boys rallied to capture their first-ever title and put the franchise on its way to becoming "America's Team." In Breakthrough 'Boys, Jaime Aron gets the inside stories from former players, coaches, and other key figures to explore the fascinating and tumultuous road the Cowboys took to their first championship in 1971 under coach Tom Landry. Eight years after the assassination of JFK and seven years before the arrival of J. R. Ewing, this team gave the city of Dallas the new identity it needed and changed the face of football forever.
 
Cowboys Essential: Everything You Need to Know to Be a Real Fan!
Cowboys Essential: Everything You Need to Know to Be a Real Fan!
by Frank Luksa
Hardcover from Triumph Books (IL)
ISBN: 1572438614

Cowboys Essential is for fans who think they know everything about the Dallas Cowboys. It's also for fans who know they don't but want to discover as much as they can about America's Team in a fun and entertaining way. Amusing anecdotes, compelling stories, and rich details about pivotal games and players all make Cowboys Essential the one book every Cowboys fan should own.
 
Cowboys Chronicles: A Complete History of the Dallas Cowboys
Cowboys Chronicles: A Complete History of the Dallas Cowboys
by Marty Strasen
Hardcover from Triumph Books
ISBN: 160078349X

Celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Dallas Cowboys, one of the most prominent and popular franchises in professional sports, Cowboys Chronicles presents the colorful history of America s Team.
Few teams in any sport have established a standard of excellence comparable to the one proudly maintained by the Cowboys during the last five decades. From calculating competitors like Tom Landry and Roger Staubach, who forged a winning tradition in Dallas; to the brash championship teams of the 1990s powered by Troy Aikman, Emmitt Smith, and Michael Irvin; right up to the Tony Romo and DeMarcus Ware led lineup that captured yet another NFC East championship in 2009, the Cowboys personify a culture of victory.
Written by veteran football author Marty Strasen, Cowboys Chronicles is a must-read for all devotees of the star-clad club that captured the hearts of sports fans the world over while winning 20 divisional titles and five Super Bowls since 1960. This entertaining reference contains recaps of every one of the Cowboys more than 800 regular-season and playoff games, statistics for every season, photos from every era in team history, and enlightening features that bring all the great players, coaches, and traditions to life.
 
Then Landry Said to Staubach: The Best Dallas Cowboys Stories Ever Told with CD (Best Sports Stories Ever Told)
Then Landry Said to Staubach: The Best Dallas Cowboys Stories Ever Told with CD (Best Sports Stories Ever Told)
by Walt Garrison; Mark Stallard
Hardcover from Triumph Books
ISBN: 1600780229

Includes an exclusive audio CD featuring interviews with Dallas Cowboys greatest players.
 
Roger Staubach Captain America: Captain America Personal Memories and Anecdotes About the Super Bowl-Winning Quarterback of America s Team, the Dallas Cowboys (Great American Sports Legends Series)
Roger Staubach Captain America
Personal Memories and Anecdotes About the Super Bowl-Winning Quarterback of America's Team, the Dallas Cowboys
by Mike Towle
Paperback from Cumberland House Publishing
ISBN: 1581823053

If at one time the Dallas Cowboys were America's Team, Roger Staubach was America's Quarterback. Roger the Dodger was a real-life embodiment of apple pie, world championships, and role models. Staubach was a Heisman Trophy winner at Annapolis who served four years as a naval officer before going on to a stellar eleven-year career with the Dallas Cowboys that included four NFC championships and two Super Bowl titles. Considered the master of the two-minute offense and late-game comeback, Staubach eventually earned a spot in the Cowboys' illustrious Ring of Honor and, ultimately in 1985, the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If ever there was a perfect meshing of franchise, coach, and on-field leader, it was the silver-white-and-blue Cowboys of the seventies with Tom Landry strolling the sidelines in his trademark fedora and the unflappable Staubach barking signals. He led the NFL in passing five times, and when he retired at age thirty-seven he departed t!

he game in possession of the highest quarterback rating of all time. After his retirement from football, he pretty much left the game behind, forsaking a shot at coaching or television commentary to focus his energies on the corporate world as chairman and CEO of the Staubach Company, a diversified commercial real estate company. Roger Staubach: Captain America is an oral history of Staubach's life, times, and career. It is told in the words of dozens of former teammates and opponents, friends, business associates, civic leaders, acquaintances, and others who have known him over the years. Staubach turned sixty in 2002, and this book offers a touching and telling testimonial to a true American hero and role model.

 
The Book of Landry: Words of Wisdom from and Testimonials to Tom Landry, Former Coach of America's Team
by Jennifer Briggs Kaski (Compiler)
(Hardcover)

Cotton Bowl Days : Growing up with Dallas and the Cowboys in the 1960s
by John Eisenberg
(Hardcover)

Dallas Cowboys: The Authorized Pictorial History
by Jeff Guinn
(Hardcover)
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Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders2012Calendar
Listed under Sports Calendars

The Dallas Cowboys (Great Sports Teams)
by John F. Grabowski (Library Binding)

Emmitt Smith: Star Running Back (Sports Reports)
by Jeff Savage
Listed under Emmitt Smith

Landry: The Legend And The Legacy
by Bob St. John, et al
(Hardcover)

Jerry Jones and the 'New Regime': Memoirs, Recollections, Times and Travels With 'America's Team' and Its Most Notorious Cowboy
by Todd Cawthorn
(Hardcover)

La Historia De un Famoso Equipo: Los Dallas Cowboys
by Joe H. Alcorta
(Hardcover - May 1989)

Tales from the Dallas Cowboys
by Charlie Waters, Cliff Harris
Book Description:
Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters were the premier All-Pro safety tandem of the Cowboys' Doomsday Defense and played in five Super Bowls together—winning twice. They were teammates from 1970-80 and never experienced a losing season. Both were named to The Dallas Morning News' All-Time Cowboys Team and both received the NFL Legends Award. Tales from the Dallas Cowboys is a fun look at one of the most beloved teams of all times. From what really happened during Franco Harris' TD run up the middle in Super Bowl XII to Coach Tom Landry's suggestions on pre-game meals this book is a hilarious collection of never-before-told stories, told by one of the NFL's most famous duos, All-Pro safeties, Cliff Harris and Charlie Waters. They share with you their memories of the 1970s and '80s—from being over-looked rookies to playing for America's Team in an unprecedented five Super Bowls. Their stories involve teammates, both famous and infamous, such as Duane Thomas, D.D. Lewis, Tony Dorsett and Roger Staubach, salty veterans such as Walt Garrison, Mike Ditka, Mel Renfro, Cornell Green and Bob Hayes and legendary foes like Terry Bradshaw, Bart Starr, Dan Dierdorf, Lynn Swann and John Unitas.
Hardcover from Sports Publishing, Inc.

Roger Staubach Captain America: Captain America Personal Memories and Anecdotes About the Super Bowl-Winning Quarterback of America's Team, the Dallas Cowboys
by Mike Towle
Book Description: If at one time the Dallas Cowboys were America's Team, Roger Staubach was America's Quarterback. Roger the Dodger was a real-life embodiment of apple pie, world championships, and role models. Staubach was a Heisman Trophy winner at Annapolis who served four years as a naval officer before going on to a stellar eleven-year career with the Dallas Cowboys that included four NFC championships and two Super Bowl titles. Considered the master of the two-minute offense and late-game comeback, Staubach eventually earned a spot in the Cowboys' illustrious Ring of Honor and, ultimately in 1985, the Pro Football Hall of Fame. If ever there was a perfect meshing of franchise, coach, and on-field leader, it was the silver-white-and-blue Cowboys of the seventies with Tom Landry strolling the sidelines in his trademark fedora and the unflappable Staubach barking signals. He led the NFL in passing five times, and when he retired at age thirty-seven he departed the game in possession of the highest quarterback rating of all time. After his retirement from football, he pretty much left the game behind, forsaking a shot at coaching or television commentary to focus his energies on the corporate world as chairman and CEO of the Staubach Company, a diversified commercial real estate company. Roger Staubach: Captain America is an oral history of Staubach's life, times, and career. It is told in the words of dozens of former teammates and opponents, friends, business associates, civic leaders, acquaintances, and others who have known him over the years. Staubach turned sixty in 2002, and this book offers a touching and telling testimonial to a true American hero and role model.
(Paperback)
 

Stadium Stories: Dallas Cowboys: Colorful Tales of America's Team
Stadium Stories: Dallas Cowboys: Colorful Tales of America's Team
by Brad Sham
Book Description: For forty years, the Dallas Cowboys have been one of the most glamorous and fascinating teams in the NFL and all of American sport. In this book, author Brad Sham, the Voice of the Cowboys and a member of the team's radio broadcasts for 25 years, shares behind-the-scenes insights from his unique bird's eye view.
Paperback from Globe Pequot Pr
 
Where Have All Our Cowboys Gone?
Where Have All Our Cowboys Gone?
by Brian Jensen, Troy Aikman
Hardcover from Taylor Pub
 
The Year in Sports: 1993 the Dallas Cowboys Football Champions (Year in Sports, 1993)
by Bob Italia, Robert Italia
(School & Library Binding - September 1993)
 
 
 
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