Who was the quarterback in 1977 for the Dallas Cowboys?

Who was the quarterback in 1977 for the Dallas Cowboys?

Roger Staubach

Pos Player Summary of Player Stats
Offensive Starters
QB Roger Staubach* 210 for 361, 2,620 yards, 18 td, 9 int, & 51 rushes for 171 yards and 3 td
RB Tony Dorsett 208 rushes for 1,007 yards, 12 td, & 29 catches for 273 yards and 1 td
FB Robert Newhouse 180 rushes for 721 yards, 3 td, & 16 catches for 106 yards and 1 td

Who did the Cowboys play at the Super Bowl in 1977?

The Cowboys made it to their fourth Super Bowl and beat the Denver Broncos to capture their second Super Bowl Championship. They were the first team from the NFC East Division to win two Super Bowls. Their 15–2 record (.

Who were the members of the Doomsday Defense?

The original “Doomsday Defense” can generally be identified as the Cowboys’ defenses from 1966 to 1974….Lineup

  • #71 – Willie Townes / #63 – Larry Cole.
  • #75 – Jethro Pugh.
  • #74 – Bob “Mr. Cowboy” Lilly (NFL 1960s All-Decade Team; NFL 1970s All-Decade Team; Hall of Fame; Ring of Honor)
  • #66 – George Andrie / # 67 – Pat Toomay.

Who wore number 77 for the Dallas Cowboys?

Tyron Smith

No. 77 – Dallas Cowboys
Born: December 12, 1990 Los Angeles, California
Height: 6 ft 5 in (1.96 m)
Weight: 308 lb (140 kg)
Career information

Who played in the 1978 Super Bowl?

This ring was presented to the Cowboys defensive end Harvey Martin (1950–2001) following Dallas’s 27–10 victory over the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl game played on January 15, 1978, in New Orleans.

Was Tom Landry in the military?

Before his almost three-decade career coaching the Dallas Cowboys, Tom Landry served as a pilot in the U.S. Army Air Force during World War II. Piloting a B-17 Flying Fortress, Landry often flew missions deep into enemy territory and frequently returned his aircraft with minimum fuel.

What Dallas Cowboys are in the Ring of Honor?


No. Name Years With Club
88 Michael Irvin 1988–1999
22 Emmitt Smith 1990–2002
88 Drew Pearson 1973–1983
94 Charles Haley 1992–1996