Dallas Cowboys

Dallas Cowboys

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Standings Prediction

Will stay at #1
The Cowboys will hold their position in their division.
NFL #3/16
IronRank #4/16
NFC East
NFL #1/4
IronRank #1/4

Cowboys Schedule

2017-2018 Season
Date Opponent Prediction Result
Week 1
Sunday, Sep 10
New York Giants vs Giants WIN
Week 2
Sunday, Sep 17
Denver Broncos at Broncos LOSS
Week 3
Monday, Sep 25
Arizona Cardinals at Cardinals LOSS
Week 4
Sunday, Oct 1
Los Angeles Rams vs Rams WIN
Week 5
Sunday, Oct 8
Green Bay Packers vs Packers WIN
Week 7
Sunday, Oct 22
San Francisco 49ers at 49ers WIN
Week 8
Sunday, Oct 29
Washington Redskins at Redskins WIN
Week 9
Sunday, Nov 5
Kansas City Chiefs vs Chiefs WIN
Week 10
Sunday, Nov 12
Atlanta Falcons at Falcons LOSS
Week 11
Sunday, Nov 19
Philadelphia Eagles vs Eagles WIN
Week 12
Thursday, Nov 23
vs Chargers WIN
Week 13
Thursday, Nov 30
Washington Redskins vs Redskins WIN
Week 14
Sunday, Dec 10
New York Giants at Giants WIN
Week 15
Sunday, Dec 17
Oakland Raiders at Raiders WIN
Week 16
Sunday, Dec 24
Seattle Seahawks vs Seahawks WIN
Week 17
Sunday, Dec 31
Philadelphia Eagles at Eagles LOSS

Predicted Ranking for 2017-18 Season

div. rank
conf. rank


How the Cowboys compare to the teams within their conference


#13 Cowboys
Great passing by the Cowboys:
291 yds Jan 15, 2017 vs Packers
295 yds Nov 13, 2016 at Steelers
278 yds Sep 18, 2016 at Redskins


#1 Cowboys
Great rushing by the Cowboys:
191 yds Oct 16, 2016 at Packers
121 yds Dec 27, 2015 at Bills
133 yds Dec 19, 2015 vs Jets

red zone performance

#5 Cowboys
Great red zone performance by the Cowboys:
100% Dec 26, 2016 vs Lions
75% Oct 9, 2016 vs Bengals
75% Jan 3, 2016 vs Redskins

scoring points

#5 Cowboys
High points scored by the Cowboys:
31 pts Jan 15, 2017 vs Packers
31 pts Nov 24, 2016 vs Redskins
29 pts Oct 30, 2016 vs Eagles

Cowboys Stats

How the Cowboys compare to the teams within their conference
Passing Offense
of 32
Rushing Offense
of 32
Red Zone Efficiency
of 32
Fumbles Caused
of 32
of 32
of 32

Iron Rank Over Time

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The Dallas Cowboys are a member of the NFL’s National Football Conference and have become one of the most successful and best known franchises in all of pro sports. The Cowboys began play in the NFL in 1960 as an expansion franchise and were originally known as the Dallas Steers. The team was then renamed by club owners Clint Murchison Jr. and was known briefly as the Rangers.

However, when the Texas Rangers baseball team remained in existence into the 1961 season, the name Cowboys was permanently given to the NFL franchise.  The Cowboys played their home games in the Cotton Bowl from 1960 until 1971 when they moved into the newly built Texas Stadium located in Irvine, Texas:  a suburb of Dallas.

The Cowboys became a competitive football club during the mid 1960’s and appeared in the 1967 NFL Championship game against the Green Bay Packers. The game was played at Lambeau Field in Green Bay and became known as the “Ice Bowl” as the temperature dipped to -13 centigrade -- the coldest NFL game played to date. Unfortunately, the Cowboys lost the game with just 16 seconds remaining when Packers QB Bart Star scored a touchdown on a QB sneak to win the game for the Packers.  

The Cowboys would go on to win two Super Bowl titles during the 1970’s led by quarterback Bart Starr and longtime head coach Tom Landry. The football club would go onto set an NFL record by making the playoffs in 20 consecutive seasons from 1965 to 1985. However, after 1985 the team began to struggle on the field and would not manage to win a Super Bowl during the decade. In 1989, the franchise was purchased by Jerry Jones who immediately fired Landry, the team’s only head coach in club history.

During the 1990’s, the team would once again dominate the NFL, becoming the first team to win three Super Bowls in just four seasons. These teams were lead by star players such as QB Troy Aikman, RB Emmitt Smith, and WR Michael Irvin.  By the end of the ‘90s, the team began another transition as many of its stars retired or were nearing the end of their careers.

The Cowboys have been somewhat inconsistent since the 2000 season, though they have often been a competitive club. During the 2007 season, Tony Romo set franchise records for passing yards and touchdown passes and emerged as a star. Unfortunately, he has also gained a reputation for turning the ball over in big games.

In 2008, the Cowboys began playing their home games at AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas. The new stadium was criticized for being too costly with a price tag of over $1 billion. It is also known for its massive television screen that at times interferes with punts.

The Dallas Cowboys have the record for most playoff games with 58, NFC Championship games with 14, and Super Bowl appearances with eight. The franchise is also second to only Pittsburgh with five Super Bowl victories. The Lone Star on their helmets, the blue and silver uniforms, and even their cheerleading team are some of the most recognizable symbols in sport. They may truly be “America’s Team” as they are so often called.


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Oh crap! Tony Romo! Where are u/?
iwant dallas but how thay playing idont know
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