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About Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Dallas Cowboys

The Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers rivalry is one for the ages. This rivalry has withstood the test of time, as no other teams have played each other in Super Bowls as much as the Steelers and the Cowboys. And these have been epic games.

The rivalry between two of the most dominant NFL teams of any era got many names. Their clashes were referred to as the black & gold vs. blue & silver, and also physical football vs. finesse football. The Big D and the Steelers’ compelling battles produced many great players, some of whom were so famous that they were known by only their first names. Franco, Staubach, Mean Joe and Dorsett.

The Pittsburgh Steelers and Dallas Cowboys established dynasties, especially in the 70s, when they met in two Super Bowls. Their last Super Bowl faceoff came in 1996. And it’s these championships that make their rivalry so great.

The Cowboys-Steelers Rivalry – Defining NFL’s Landscape

Here are the iconic moments that make the Cowboys-Steelers rivalry the best in the league.

Super Bowl X – It was Steel Curtain Defense versus Doomsday Defense. The teams met at the Orange Bowl in Miami for the Super Bowl X which took place in the bicentennial year of 1976. Both sides entered the historic event with Super Bowls wins already to their name. The Steelers held their own as the defending champs, defeating the Cowboys 21-17. By doing so, they became the third team to win back to back titles. The Cowboys went home with their spirits down and egos deflated.

Super Bowl XIII – Again at the Miami Orange Bowl , it was a monumental game for more reasons than one. Not only were the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers reigniting their rivalry but whoever won the January 21, 1979, Super Bowl would go down in NFL history as the Team of the Decade. It was perhaps the only Super Bowl game that matched the pre-event hype. It was an epic faceoff, full of iconic defenses, prolific offenses and ultimately it brought triumph for the Steelers, 35-31. It was a game that featured future Hall of Fame coaches and players. Super Bowl XIII catapulted the sport to an even higher level of popularity.

Super Bowl XXX – Third time’s a charm; at least for the Cowboys who finally got their revenge on the Steelers. On January 28, 1996, 76,347 fans bought Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers tickets to watch the classic showdown at the Sun Devil Stadium in Tempe, Arizona. Larry Brown and Emmitt Smith led the Cowboys to a 27-17 victory that finally gave The Boys’ fans some bragging rights. For the Steelers the loss is still there – lingering. And it’s what keeping this rivalry alive.

A History of Matchups

The Dallas Cowboys and the Pittsburgh Steelers have played each other 29 times and thrice during the postseason. Here’s how the Steelers have fared in these 29 encounters.

Games Played Wins Losses Tied Games Win %age Points Scored Points Allowed
29 16 13 0 0.448 595 664

The Steelers have the lead in the three postseason games as well, with the record 2-1.

Greatest Players in Cowboys-Steelers History

The America’s Team had some of the greatest players on their roster. For 20 straight seasons, from 1966 to 1985, the Cowboys posted a winning record thanks to the Hall of Famers, Bob Hayes, Roger Staubach, Randy White and Tony Dorsett. Other Hall of Fame inductees, Troy Aikman, Michael Irvin, Emmitt Smith and Deion Sanders steered the side to three Super Bowl wins in the 90s.

Chuck Noll led Pittsburgh Steelers won four Super Bowls during the 70s and players like Mean Joe Greene, Jack Ham, Jack Lambert and Mel Blount helped them develop one of the best defenses in the NFL. John Stallworth and Lynn Swann intensified the offense, terrorizing the opposition. Terry Bradshaw and Franco Harris will always remain the pride of the Steelers.

Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers – What’s Next

Fans can’t wait for the Dallas Cowboys and Pittsburgh Steelers schedule, especially if it pits the arch rivals against each other. Why wait till the end? Find the perfect seat to their next game by making use of the seating chart and be a part of a thrilling faceoff. By getting tickets in advance, you might even get lucky with cheap Dallas Cowboys vs. Pittsburgh Steelers tickets rates. So, start making your plans now.

Frequently Asked Questions About Steelers vs Cowboys

Do the Steelers ever play the Cowboys?

The two teams have met each other on the field 32 times throughout the years. The Cowboys have won 17 of those games while the Steelers won the other 15 games. With the competition for each team rising every year, it’s hard to say which will be the better team this next NFL season.

Will the Steelers play the Cowboys in 2020?

The Steelers are heading to Dallas in 2023 to place off against the Cowboys. You can get cheap tickets to see these top teams hit the field live on CheapTickets.

When was the last time the Pittsburgh Steelers beat the Dallas Cowboys?

The last time the Steelers played the Cowboys was in 2016. The Cowboys made their way to Pittsburgh and beat the home team that season. The teams must wait four years to see who will win their next regular season matchup.

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