During the 1970s, the Dallas Cowboys thrive under the leadership of head coach Tom Landry and quarterback Roger Staubach while the San Francisco 49ers flounder.
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Packers ? Closer, for one thing. And perhaps the Lombardi Trophy would now be referred to as the Landry Trophy. As in, Tom Landry , who coached the Cowboys for 29 years, starting in Dallas in 1960. You know who else began in Dallas in '60? The
Bowl victory. Against that same Dolphins. That would go undefeated. Plus all back suffered from lack of playing time Tom Landry figured out what it used to play him or Craig Morton. Vikings defensive tackle Alan page in the first defensive player
pregame, halftime and postgame duties for Super Bowl IX between San Francisco and Miami in 1985, his analysts were Tom Landry and O.J. Simpson. "Think about that," Michaels said. Thirty-three years later, Michaels is gearing up to work
This will be Bill Belichick's 37th career playoff game as a head coach, breaking a tie with Tom Landry and Don Shula for the most in NFL history. Belichick already holds the NFL records for playoff wins (26) and Super Bowl wins (5) by a head coach.
Stadium and steal a road win from John Robinson's team. Yep, so the Rams won 20-nothing while Eric Dickerson busted Tom Landry 's defense for 248 yards on the ground. TWO HUNDRED FORTY-EIGHT. L.A. quarterback Dieter Brock went 6 of 22 for
Country Club, that members of both the Packers and Cowboys could attend. Green Bay coach Vince Lombardi and Dallas coach Tom Landry were both there. One topic of conversation that night was the field, and Vince talked about how he had this heating
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A fan sits by a statue of legendary Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry before an NFL football game against the Los Angeles Chargers on Thursday, Nov. 23, 2017, in Arlington, Texas.
for the Patriots , as Bill Belichick prepares to blow by another legend. On Sunday night, Belichick tied Cowboys icon Tom Landry with 270 career wins , the third-most all-time. Landry's last win came on the road, in a difficult place to play
Landry, seen here in a plaid jacket during the 1975 NFC Championship Game; the Cowboys would defeat the L.A. Rams and return to the Super Bowl. That season also saw Landry earn his second Coach of the Year honor. Only one coach in NFL history has more playoff victories than Tom Landry . Guess who?
Landry became the Dallas Cowboys' first head coach in 1960 and led the team to dominance over the next three decades, particularly the '70s -- they appeared in five Super Bowls between 1970 and 1978. It was during this time of ubiquitousness that the Cowboys earned the nickname "America's Team."
Tom Landry ’s legacy lives on in the Pro Football Hall of Fame and his statue at AT&T Stadium, but his overall impact on pro football is immeasurable.
Did you know Tom Landry invented the 4-3 defense? It's true. Previously, a defensive lineman was placed across from the center, but Landry decided to move that person back two yards -- effectively creating the middle linebacker position. Obviously the 4-3 is now a standard defensive formation, and ...
Bill Walsh famously invented the “west coast offense” during his time coaching the San Francisco 49ers, but Landry was no slouch with creativity on offense, either. In fact, Landry is commonly assumed to have invented the shotgun formation -- and though he didn’t actually invent it, he did ...
Tom Landry was one of the most successful coaches of all time, and the most stylish. On game days, Landry always wore a full suit paired with a fedora. After his death in 2000, the Dallas Cowboys honored him with a memorial patch on their uniform: a small fedora.
During his 29 consecutive years with the Dallas Cowboys, Landry won two Super Bowl titles, 13 Divisional titles, and played in 12 Championship games. Perhaps most impressive is Landry's 20 consecutive winning seasons -- a record that stands to this day.
It's rare to see photos of Landry in non-formal wear, but the full suit-and-tie look would be impractical for a practice. Landry was nothing if not practical. In fact, he was the first to employ a quality control coach to analyze game films and opponent tendencies. This provided a huge advantage ...
Landry's defensive concepts were created in response to Vince Lombardi's Green Bay Packers who used a "Run to Daylight" scheme in which the running back went wherever there was open space, as opposed to a specific hole through the offensive line. Thus, Landry invented the use of "keys" to determine
Tom Landry's coaching career ended when Jerry Jones bought the Cowboys in 1989. Looking for new blood and energy in the organization, Jones replaced Landry with his long-time friend Jimmy Johnson, who led the Cowboys to three Super Bowl wins in the '90s. In this photo from 1993, Landry is inducted ...
Broncos on Sunday night, Bill Belichick reached 270 total NFL wins (regular season and postseason). That ties him with Tom Landry for third-most in league history, behind only Don Shula (347) and George Halas (324). Not bad company, eh