The “Dallas Cowboys” is a professional American Football team situated in the suburb of Dallas. The team is part of the East Division, which plays in the National Football Conference (NFC) of the National Football League (NFL). The Dallas Cowboys play their home games at the AT & T Stadium, located in Arlington, Texas.
The team was founded as one of the NFL’s expansion teams in the year 1960. For the record, the team had frequent hits on the home sellouts, in fact, they were able to sold a total of 160 sold-out post-seasons and regular season games since the year 1990. The Cowboys were the best sellers at the time.
During their early years, the team has achieved several outstanding records by winning 20 consecutive seasons in the years 1966 until 1985. They are the only NFL franchise to have compiled such number of winning records, which they only overlooked the NFL playoffs twice in the years 1974 and 1984. The team has also reached the Super Bowl championships, most of the season along with the Pittsburgh Steelers.
According to the reports from Forbes Magazine, the team’s value is roughly $3.2 billion. The Cowboys ranked as the second most valuable team in the major professional sports next to FC Barcelona. In the team line ups of the National Football League (NFL), the team ranked as the most valuable among the NFL teams. The team also produces the highest revenue among the NFL teams, which has amounted to $560 million.
For eras of playing in the National Football League (NFL), the Dallas Cowboys have proven more than enough of their worth as a team and they have contributed much fame and honor in the league’s history. In the up to date news, the records of the team since the year of its franchise until the recent times have remained matchless.