Cowboys In Canton: Jimmy, Jerry and A Hall Of Fame HealingThe Hall-of-Fame actions of Jones and Johnson here in Canton on Saturday night give you permission to forgive … because they have.
Jerry, Jimmy Get Healing Time As Cowboys Celebrate '92 TeamIn five seasons under Jones and Johnson, the Cowboys went from 1-15 to two-time Super Bowl champs. Eventually, Dallas became the first franchise to win three Super Bowls in four years, but the third was with Barry Switzer as coach.
Hall Of Fame Semi-Finalists Include Jimmy, T.O. & WoodsonThe Dallas Cowboys are well-represented among the 26 semifinalists for the Pro Football Hall of Fame, announced on Wednesday. Jimmy Johnson, Terrell Owens and Darren Woodson are on the list.
Moment 2: Aikman Ends Cowboys Title DroughtThe Dallas Cowboys ended a 15-year championship drought in January 1993, and created one of the most memorable moments in team history by dominating the Buffalo Bills in the Super Bowl.
Johnson Calls Aikman "The Best" QuarterbackFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson talks about Troy Aikman's grounded approach to the game of football, and how the Hall of Fame quarterback turned down a chance to tie a Super Bowl record.
Moment 3: Smith Leads Cowboys To TitleThings were not going well for the Dallas Cowboys in their rematch against the Buffalo Bills in the NFL championship game in January 1994. But Emmitt Smith helped change that.
The Impact Of Johnson & The TripletsFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson talks about his impact on the team compared to the efforts of running back Emmitt Smith, quarterback Troy Aikman and wide receiver Michael Irvin.
What If Johnson Had Stayed In Dallas Longer?Former Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson tells CBS 11 Sports what he thinks would have happened if he had stayed in Dallas after winning back-to-back titles. Johnson parted ways from the Cowboys following the 1993 season.
Switzer Talks About The Pressure To WinFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Barry Switzer talks about the pressure that he felt in taking over the team and leading them to the NFL championship in January 1996. Switzer replaced Jimmy Johnson as the Cowboys head coach in 1994.
Moment 8: "How 'Bout Them Cowboys!"In 1992, the upstart Dallas Cowboys were simply happy to be in the NFC championship game against the vaunted San Francisco 49ers. But it was that game that started a football dynasty in Dallas.
Moment 10: "We Will Win The Ballgame"It's the most famous guarantee in Dallas Cowboys history. "We will win the ballgame." That was the bold proclamation made by Jimmy Johnson before Dallas hosted the San Francisco 49ers in the 1994 NFC Championship game.
Johnson Recalls His Bold GuaranteeFormer Dallas Cowboys head coach Jimmy Johnson recalls his bold "we will win" guarantee before the NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers in Janaury 1994.