Moment 6: The First 'Hail Mary' PassAfter a 1975 playoff battle between the Dallas Cowboys and the Minnesota Vikings, quarterback Roger Staubach said that he closed his eyes and said a "Hail Mary" when he threw a 50-yard touchdown pass in the final seconds of the game.
Staubach & Pearson Look Back At Iconic PassDallas Cowboys Hall of Fame quarterback Roger Staubach and Ring of Honor wide receiver Drew Pearson recall one of the most memorable and iconic plays in franchise history.
The Importance Of The 'Hail Mary' PlayRoger Staubach and Drew Pearson recall the 'Hail Mary' touchdown pass that vaulted the Dallas Cowboys to a 17-14 playoff victory over the Minnesota Vikings in 1975, and they discuss the importance of the play in regards to Cowboys history.
Dorsett Recounts His 99-Yard RunTony Dorsett recalls his record-setting run against the Minnesota Vikings. The former Dallas Cowboys running back recounts how me made his final burst into the end zone, avoiding both a Vikings defender and teammate Drew Pearson.
Moment 17: White's Playoff Game RallyIn the first season after Roger Staubach's retirement, Danny White stepped in to provide some thrilling come-from-behind heroics of his own. The biggest one was against the Atlanta Falcons in the playoffs.
Danny White Shares Tom Landry's AdviceFormer Dallas Cowboys quarterback Danny White describes the come-from-behind victory that he engineered in the team's playoff win over the Atlanta Falcons in January 1981, including the advice coach Tom Landry provided.
Moment 18: Longley's Thanksgiving Day BombIt is perhaps the most memorable moment in Dallas Cowboys Thanksgiving Day history. Clint Longley, a scatter-armed rookie, came off of the bench against the hated Washington Redskins in 1974.
Pearson Recalls Thanksgiving Day ComebackDallas Cowboys Ring of Honor member Drew Pearson talks about the team's improbable comeback victory against the rival Washington Redskins on Thanksgiving Day in 1974.
Moment 31: Pearson's First Clutch CatchRoger Staubach to Drew Pearson is one of the most successful and legendary combinations in Dallas Cowboys lore. But, in 1973, nobody knew who Pearson was until he provided his first clutch catch.
The Start Of 'Staubach To Pearson'Dallas Cowboys legends Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson describe how their winning combination began with a big play against the Los Angeles Rams in a 1973 playoff game at Texas Stadium.
Staubach & Pearson Recall Early FriendshipDallas Cowboys legends Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson talk about how their friendship began early, back on the team's practice fields in 1973, and developed into a winning combination.
Roger Staubach And Drew Pearson Still Best Of FriendsWhen Roger Staubach and Drew Pearson agreed to sit down together for an interview, it turned into the ultimate conversation.