Dallas Cowboys vs. Atlanta Falcons Tickets
About Dallas Cowboys vs. Atlanta Falcons
The Falcons and the Cowboys have met each other a total of 26 times, including in two postseason games. If the last two games are any indication of the form the teams are in, the Falcons seem to be in a slightly better position.
The previous game played between the Falcons and the Cowboys was on September 27, 2015, which resulted in a loss for the Dallas Cowboys 39-28. The game before that was no less intense. It was played on November 4, 2012, and also resulted in a loss for the Cowboys 19-13.
Even though the last couple of games tend to indicate a better form for the Falcons, bear in mind that the head to head record of the two teams is pretty even. With the upcoming game between the two rivals right around the corner, there is certainly no telling who will be victorious.
Notable Moment - Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys
Saved from an embarrassing loss
Between 1984 and 1989, the Falcons were a pretty average team. However, the fans got to see a brief ray of hope in 1986 when the Falcons started the season strong with consecutive blowouts against the Cardinals and the Saints. In week three, the Falcons traveled to Dallas to take on the undefeated Cowboys. On September 21, 1986, at the Texas Stadium, what followed was an epic battle between the two rivals that featured seven lead changes.
With less than sixty seconds to go to set up the Falcons for the go-ahead field goal, Floyd Dixon was hit by a miraculous bomb by David Archer. As the final seconds of the game unfolded, Bobby Butler was able to chase down Hill and push him out of bounds inside the Falcons’ 15-yard line. This helped him seal the win and prevent the most embarrassing ending for the Falcons. The Falcons won the game 37-35.
Head to Head Records - Atlanta Falcons vs. Dallas Cowboys
Here is how the Atlanta Falcons have performed against the Dallas Cowboys.
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According to these figures, the Dallas Cowboys seem to be in a relatively stronger position. As for the results of the playoffs, the two teams have met twice, with the Falcons losing both times.
Legends of the Atlanta Falcons and the Dallas Cowboys
Both the Atlanta Falcons and the Dallas Cowboys have had legendary players on their rosters. Let’s take a look at some of them.
Quarterback Michael Vick played for the Falcons between 2001 and 2008 and eventually left for the Philadelphia Eagles. He returned to play for the Falcons in 2017. He has three Pro Bowl picks with the Falcons and holds the record for the most career rushing yards by a quarterback (6,109).
Then there is Matt Ryan, who has been playing for the Atlanta Falcons since the start of his professional career in 2008. He has 4 Pro Bowl picks and has gotten various awards for his outstanding performances. These awards include the NFL Most Valuable Player Award (2016), NFL Offensive Player of the Year (2016) and the Bert Bell Award (2016).
The Atlanta Falcons is also home to wide receiver, Julio Jones, who has played for the Falcons since the start of his career in 2011. Up until now, he has 4 Pro Bowl picks and was a first-team All-Pro selection in 2015.
On the other hand, the Cowboys are an equally talented bunch. Running back Emmitt Smith is a good example. Having played for the Cowboys between 1990 and 2002, Emmitt Smith has achieved quite a lot. In his time with the team, he had 8 Pro Bowl picks and was a second team All-Pro selection in 1991.
Then there is quarterback Roger Staubach. He spent his entire career with the Dallas Cowboys from 1969 till 1979. In these 11 seasons, he led the team to the Super Bowl five times, with victories in Super Bowl VI and Super Bowl XII.
Tight end Jason Witten is another example. He has played with the Dallas Cowboys since 2003 and has 10 Pro Bowl picks. With 63 touchdowns scored, 11, 388 receiving yards and 1,089 receptions, the stats for this young talent are quite impressive.
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